More than five years have passed since Warren Buffett publicly proclaimed that he was buying American stocks for his personal account. The announcement came as investors were fearful of a complete financial meltdown and just a few months before stocks found a bottom. 77 more words
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On Saturday the 1st March 2014, the well-known Wizard of Omaha, Warren Buffett released his Annual Letter to his Berkshire-Hathaway Shareholders. As usual, the letter is jam-packed with good contents and advice, and never lacking in humour. 845 more words
Warren Buffett — Annual Letter to the Shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway, Inc.
Source: Berkshire Hathaway
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Berkshire’s gain in net worth during 2013 was $34.2 billion. That gain was after our deducting $1.8 billion of charges – meaningless economically, as I will explain later – that arose from our purchase of the minority interests in Marmon and Iscar.
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Taken from Warren Buffett’s annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, this is one of the best investment essays I’ve read in a long time. I love how Warren keeps things simple, yet exudes wisdom at the same time. 380 more words