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Synchrony Financial (SYF) - a Spin-off that is better than its Parent GE ?

While looking at General Electric some days ago, I remembered that I had the IPO/Spin-off GE Capital Credit Cards which is now Synchrony Financial on my research list for quite some time. 1,374 more words

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Investment Theory #17: Berkshire Hathaway's 1978 Letter

In 1962, Warren Buffett began purchasing shares of Berkshire Hathaway – a downsizing textile manufacturing company. In 1965, after feeling slighted by management, Buffett acquired control of Berkshire. 1,179 more words

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Peek Inside Kris Jenner's Brand New Calabasas Mansion

There’s a wet bar in the lounge-slash-game room, plus a custom home theater, per the listing shared by Marc and Rory Shevin of Berkshire Hathaway. Outside, the pool is adjacent to a 10-person spa, and there’s a built-in barbecue in addition to a fire pit. 598 more words

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Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway adds nearly 4 million shares to Apple stake

”Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway bought more Apple shares before their latest jump to all-time highs,” Evelyn Cheng reports for CNBC. “Berkshire also cut its stake in IBM by 32 percent, or 17.06 million shares, in the third quarter, according to a required quarterly filing with the U.S. 214 more words

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Investment Theory #16: Berkshire Hathaway's 1977 Letter

In 1962, Warren Buffett began purchasing shares of Berkshire Hathaway – a textile manufacturing company in the process of downsizing. In 1965, after feeling slighted by management, Buffett acquired control of Berkshire. 2,326 more words

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BOOK VALUE AND INTRINSIC BUSINESS VALUE |Q&A WITH WARREN BUFFETT ON BOOK VALUE, COST OF CAPITAL, INTRINSIC VALUE

Book Value And Intrinsic Business Value

Book value is an accounting concept, recording the accumulated financial input from both contributed capital and retained earnings. Intrinsic business value is an economic concept, estimating future cash output discounted to present value. 827 more words

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