(February 15, 2019) As it is requried to by the SEC, Berkshire Hathaway filed its 13-F for the fourth quarter of 2018, showing the U.S. publicly traded stocks it held in its portfolio, as of December 31, 2018. The 13-F filing reveals what Warren Buffett was buying and selling in the fourth quarter of 2018:... Continue Reading →
(February 15, 2019) During the fourth quarter of 2018, stocks were volatile and occasionally in free-fall thanks to overblown fears about a economic slowdown of United States and futher Federal Reserve rate hikes. That is Warren Buffett's favorite kind of stock-picking environment. The Oracle of Omaha loves to scoop up high-quality stocks at a discount... Continue Reading →
(January 25, 2019) According to the 13-F SEC filing, Berkshire Hathaway disclosed the top ten stock holdings by market value as of September 30, 2018.
(January 20, 2010) On the morning of a special meeting of shareholders called to approve a 50-for-1 split of Berkshire Class B shares, Warren Buffett explains how the BNSF acquisition prompted him to make an exception to his long-standing aversion to stock splits. He also strongly criticizes Kraft’s planned purchase of Cadbury.
(May 5, 1997) Warren #Buffett is asked by a shareholder why #Berkshire Hathaway model remains unique despite Berkshire Hathaway is successful and discloses its business model. Warren Buffett says that most investors do not like to follow the model of Berkshire Hathaway and Benjamin Graham because they don't promise quick result. As an example, most... Continue Reading →
(May 6, 1996) Warren Buffett addresses the concern that the new Class B shares may hurt Class A shareholders.
(May 6, 1996) Warren Buffett explains the ways in which #Berkshire’s Class A shares have an advantage over the new Class B.
(May 6, 1996) Leading up to the board of directors’ vote on adding Class B shares, Warren Buffett explains the thinking behind the Class B.
(May 6, 1996) At the 1996 #Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting, a shareholder asked Warren #Buffett to explain how he deals with excessive cash flow. Warren #Buffett explained that he invests in about four or five commercial papers that are safe. If the cash became billions of dollars, he would invest in Treasury.
(May 6, 1996) Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett explains how Berkshire came to a decision on the cost of the Class B shares.