Warren Buffett Discussed His Investments and Income Inequality

(August 30, 2018) #Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Warren #Buffett discusses the Glide Foundation, his investments in Bank of America, Home Capital and IBM, and his views on income inequality.


Warren Buffett Likes Stock to Drop

(February 29, 2016) "I never know what markets are going to do", says Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway CEO sharing his observations. But I know what markets are going to do over a long period of time - they're going to go up. We've always been a net buyer of stocks, says Warren Buffett.

Why Buffett does not Talk his Book

(May 2, 2015) On Wall Street, people commonly talk up their investments to cause stock prices to rise. Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett explains why Berkshire doesn’t engage in this practice.

Waiting for the Right Pitch

(September 27, 2013) Warren Buffett discusses one of his investment strategies on waiting for the right stock that is in you zone of competence, if you don't understand how the company works or makes money, don't buy it.

Big Cube of Gold

(April 30, 2011) Warren Buffett outlines three major categories of investments and explains why he prefers to put his money in “productive assets,” rather than commodities like gold.

How to Invest Successfully

(April 4, 2011) Warren Buffett revealed his investing style at the Terry College of Business, University of Georgia. Warren Buffett defines what he means by circle of competence. Warren Buffett also stated that one of his goal is to find a business that he is capable to predict five or ten years in the future.

Warren Buffett Advises How Average People Should Invest

(November 12, 2009) Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffet discussing how an Average Person can get started in investments. Warren Buffett recommends a index fund for the passive/defensive investors and looking at as many companies as possible and acting when you find a bargain for aggressive investors.  

Warren Buffett Does Not Time the Market

(May 2, 2009) Warren Buffett believes that the cheaper things get, the better he likes buying them. He used an example of buying hamburgers at McDonald’s to show that the cheaper the hamburgers get, the better a consumer is.

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