|Warren Buffett - 'The Potential Is Huge' In Detroit-video|
“The resources are here to have a great, great city,” Buffett told the news conference. He added that Detroit is an underutilized resource, much like the auto industry was a few years ago, and that creates a huge potential for growth.
|Warren Buffett: How to teach your children about money|
Most parents know how important it is to teach kids about money and managing it properly. There was a study many years ago questioning how to predict business success later in life. The answer to the study was the age you started your first business impacted how successful you were later in life.
|Warren Buffett on "CBS This Morning" (video)|
Today Warren Buffett thinks that stocks are in a "zone of reasonableness."Buffett was asked about the "shale boom" and how important it is for America. He thinks it is a great reduction in the amount of money that the U.S. has to ship overseas, but he did not comment on the future price of oil.
|Revisiting Berkshire Hathaway’s Acquisition of BNSF|
Four years have passed since Berkshire Hathaway announced that it would acquire Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) in a cash and stock transaction. The acquisition was explicitly meant to be an “all-in wager on the economic future of the United States” according to Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett.
|Should You Follow Warren Buffett Into ExxonMobil?|
When Warren Buffett makes a move, the financial world pays close attention, and for good reason. The Oracle of Omaha is one of the most famous and successful investors in the world, and recent news that his firm Berkshire Hathaway took a large stake in energy behemoth has shaken the investing world.
|The Evolution of Warren Buffett’s Investment Philosophy|
Warren Buffett has been writing the Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A)(BRK.B) letters to shareholders since 1965 and signing them as Chairman since 1970. Going through these letters and other sources, we can see how Buffett communicates his evolving investment thoughts over time.
|Three Things I’ve Learned From Warren Buffett|
Last month, I went to Omaha for the annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting. It’s always a lot of fun, and not just because of the ping-pong matches and the newspaper-throwing contest I have with Warren Buffett. It’s also fun because I get to learn from Warren and gain insight into how he thinks.
|You Should Listen to Warren Buffett on Economic Moats|
Warren Buffett once said, “In business, I look for economic castles protected by unbreachable moats.” The castle is a metaphor for a company, and the moat represents a strong competitive advantage. Naturally, a wider moat offers more protection in the long-term. The Oracle of Omaha has provided a great deal of wisdom over the years, but this piece of insight is more evident than ever.
|How Warren Buffett Made His Fortune|
Most investors are familiar with Warren Buffet, who is the man in command at Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B). Buffett is one of the most successful investors of all time, with a net worth placing him somewhere in the top three richest people in the world. His partner in crime was Charlie Munger, who has worked with him for the past 50 years.
|Seven Quotes from Warren Buffett on Gold|
Warren Buffett is not a big proponent of owning gold to be sure. I'm not too keen on it either, but given what have happened to the share prices of junior gold miners I can't help but think the entire sector is dramatically oversold.
|Berkshire Hathaway Meeting Recap|
Money manager Jeff Matthews in this blog post offers a thoughtful summary of what he considers the highlights of last weekend’s Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting.”
|A Lesson from Buffett: Doubt Yourself|
There was no big news at Berkshire Hathaway Inc.’s annual meeting this past weekend, but there was one great lesson for investors: Perhaps the most important thing you can do when everything seems to be going left in your portfolio is to listen to somebody who insists you are wrong.