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EDT (Ryan Enn Hughes For The Globe and Mail) I've never had the pleasure of meeting Marvin Blum...On May 5, at the Berkshire Hathaway annual general meeting, Mr. Blum asked Warren Buffett a question about estate planning...Story continues below ad
Looking at individual components of the S&P, it's easy to find some stocks with exceedingly high share prices. Of course, share price alone doesn't determine a company's value. You also have to consider how many shares a company has outstanding.
As the old adage goes, the two things you can't avoid are death and taxes. Some cash-strapped states that are hungry for tax revenue from any source they can find it aren't afraid to combine the two by taxing transfers of property after someone dies.
filed its highly anticipated quarterly stock-holdings report with the SEC this week. One clear conclusion from the report: Warren Buffett likes his banks. WFC ) , the largest bank by market value and the fourth-largest by assets, by 4% in the
Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett has long been a vocal opponent of gold as an investment. Over the years, the super-investor and one of the richest men on the planet has publicly railed against the merits of the yellow metal. In
Every quarter, many money managers have to disclose what they've bought and sold, via "13F" filings. Their latest moves can shine a bright light on smart stock picks...BRK-B ) company has increased its per-share book value by an annual average of
On Wednesday, DaVita disclosed that Berkshire Hathaway, which already owns 14% of DaVita's shares, had entered into a 3 year agreement to the effect that Berkshire would refrain from making a tender offer (read: Icahn-style hostile takeover) for the
shareholders' meeting is learning from the great value investors and Buffettologists who also make the yearly trek to Omaha. In this multipart series, Fool analyst Rex Moore speaks with Lawrence Cunningham, author of The Essays of Warren Buffett:
Berkshire Hathaway, the conglomerate run by billionaire Warren Buffet, just filed its latest 13-F . Among other things, Berkshire raised its bet on Wells Fargo (bought 18.3 million shares), Walmart (bought 1.7 million shares), and DirecTV (bought 3.2
Warren Buffett's company is expected to file a quarterly update on its U.S. stock portfolio on Wednesday afternoon. Berkshire Hathaway's ( BRK.A ) investments are always watched closely because many people try to copy Buffett's moves. The filing