Buffett Called US Senator about Tax Inversions

Lawmakers, specifically Democrats, are very concerned about inversions, in which a United States company will buy a foreign competitor and then make its home country that new tax domicile. The inverted company will usually end up with much lower tax rates.

Warren Buffett Talks to Senators Sometimes

Warren Buffett was thinking about investing a few billion dollars in a deal. But he worried that the deal might be negatively affected by some possible legislation.

Surprisingly, This Warren Buffett Myth Is Dead Wrong

In the following video, Cunningham explains why he believes the succession plan has been so much more careful than is widely known, that it will turn out to be far less important than many people think or fear. He also believes that it's likely the front-runners will change over the years.

Warren Buffett's 23 Most Brilliant Quotes about Investing

Warren Watch: Renewed man cites 2008 lunch with Buffett

In “The Education of a Value Investor,” he thought he understood Buffett and his value investing techniques, aimed at owning stock in companies with long-term growth potential.

1976 Buffett Letter about Geico

Warren Buffett writes a letter to National Indemnity about Geico.

Buffett Helps Burger King Lower its Taxes
Warren Buffett himself made an announcement and asked millionaires to pay a minimum tax. The rule became so popular that it was eventually called the Buffett Rule. We guess companies get a different rule in Buffett’s estimation

Do Buffett’s Compliance Lapses Show Management Flaws?
After Berkshire Hathaway misses regulatory filing deadlines, it's fair to ask whether his governance style meshes with today's compliance culture

If Warren Buffett Is So Popular, Why Don’t More People Invest Like Him?

Warren Buffett, the chairman and chief executive officer of Berkshire Hathaway, is the world's best-known and most successful investor. He's also open and honest about how he plies his trade. Yet, and here's where things get interesting, the data is clear that few individual investors choose to follow his approach.

Top 10 Warren Buffett Facts You Won’t Believe Are True

Warren Edward Buffett is an American business magnate, philanthropist, and investor. He is the CEO, chairman and largest shareholder of Berkshire Hathaway. He is consistently in the Forbes top 100 wealthiest individuals in the universe.

Excellent Quotes by Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett Quotes on Earning Spending Saving Risk Investment and Expectations.

Warren Buffett Hates Bonds, Loves Cash

Warren chooses cash over bonds for the obvious reason that cash is liquid and available. It's dry power that he can quickly fire. What can we learn from Warren Buffett and his Berkshire Hathaway Funds sitting on cash for a couple of years, not finding much that is investment-worthy?

What makes Warren Buffett a great investor? Is it the intelligence or the discipline?

Most people have, sometimes, a herd mentality which can, under certain circumstances, develop into delusional behavior.

Warren Buffett Thinks Being Cheap Is a Beautiful Thing

At the recent Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting, Warren Buffett admitted this emerging technology is threatening his biggest cash-cow.

Warren Buffett Doesn't Like to Diversify -- but He Thinks You Should

We would be ill-advised to ignore any investment guidance from Warren Buffett, so let's explore why one of the best investors ever would be against diversification. There's a good case to be made against it, but you might do well to diversify anyway.

Warren Buffett's Staggering Success Rests on This 1 Must-Have Attitude

Instead of thinking like a trader, Buffett adapted a true owner's mentality. Even when Berkshire owned only a tiny slice of a company's common stock, Buffett pretended as though he owned it all.

30 Years Ago, Warren Buffett Gave Away The Secret To Good Investing And Correctly Predicted No One Would Listen

Buffett explains that the investors of Graham-and-Doddsville don't care when they buy stocks, or worry about a stock's beta or the "covariance in returns among securities.

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway investment company makes Wall Street landmark

Buffett has never been one to dip in and out of the latest fads and he prefers buying shares that look good value and holding them for the long-term.

Is Warren Buffett Signaling Lower Rates Of Return For Stocks?

Buffett believes that the single best indicator of market valuations is total market cap divided by GDP. When the ratio gets above 1 to 1 or 100% then it is time to be cautious.

Why Warren Buffett Likes Financials

Berkshire Hathaway cannot acquire a bank outleft due to current U.S. regulations. Hence, its ownership in the bank is limited to having a partial ownership interest.

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