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WB Letter 1964

Mr. Buffett had made an investment into the “Texas National Petroleum” where the announcement was made of sell out of oil and gas producing business to Union Oil of California. 202 more words


Investment Theory #19: Berkshire Hathaway's 1980 Letter

This post continues our series on Berkshire Hathaway’s annual letters. Original letters can be found here.

Links to past years: 1977, 1978, … 2,055 more words

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Today’s Top 5 Business News Headlines

  • Stocks Cross 25,000 Again
  • Berkshire Hathaway Buys More Apple Stock, Teva
  • Mortgage Rates Hit Four-Year High
  • CBS Streaming Gains 5 Millionth Customer
  • Roche Buys Flatiron Health for $1.9 Billion
Business Headlines

Apple is now Warren Buffett's largest investment; Apple comprises 14.6% of Berkshire Hathaway's assets

”Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway added over 31 million Apple shares to its portfolio in the December quarter,” Chuck Jones writes for Forbes. “With a total of 165 million shares, worth $28 billion, Apple comprises 14.6% of Berkshire’s $191 billion of assets as of December 31. 183 more words


Apple up in early trading on Buffett's Berkshire investment

”The Oracle of Omaha still has a touch for stocks,” Evelyn Cheng reports for CNBC. “Teva Pharmaceutical climbed more than 9 percent in premarket trading Thursday after news late Wednesday that Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway disclosed a $358 million stake in the drugmaker as of the end of the fourth quarter. 142 more words


D&D Note (2.14.2018) ~ Bond Proxy Equities Selloff as Inflation Creeps Up ~

D&D Note (2.14.2018) ~ Bond Proxy Equities Selloff as Inflation Creeps Up ~

On a day when the 10YR note hit 2.9% we saw the… 266 more words

D&D Note

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway increases Apple holdings by 23.3% to 165.3 million shares

”Warren Buffett’s conglomerate has increased its stake in Apple — and gotten rid of almost its entire IBM stake — a big move for a legendary investor who rarely bets on tech,” Anita Balakrishnan reports for CNBC. 173 more words