warren buffett Archive

  • The losers from weak oil prices are the oil and gas explorers and the companies that service the oil and gas infrastructure such as rigs. The winners are not only consumers but also oil refiners, whose margins are better.

    Short position

    The losers from weak oil prices are the oil and gas explorers and the companies that service the oil and gas infrastructure such as rigs. The winners are not only consumers but also oil refiners, whose margins are better.

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  • Berkshire Hathaway Inc.’s stock slump over the past year has moved shares closer to the point where Chairman Warren Buffett says they’re a steal.

    Buffett Nears Buyback Threshold After Slump in Berkshire Stock

    Berkshire Hathaway Inc.’s stock slump over the past year has moved shares closer to the point where Chairman Warren Buffett says they’re a steal.

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  • The world's 400 wealthiest individuals shed $19 billion in 2015, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Falling commodities prices and signs of a slower-growing China spooked investors around the world leading to the first annual decline for the daily wealth index since its 2012 debut.

    Richest people on Earth became a bit poorer this year

    The world's 400 wealthiest individuals shed $19 billion in 2015, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Falling commodities prices and signs of a slower-growing China spooked investors around the world leading to the first annual decline for the daily wealth index since its 2012 debut.

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  • Warren Buffett pun tak jadi kaya semalaman. Apakah yang menyebabkan tuan mahu jadi kaya dengan melabur, pada esok hari juga ?

    Jika Tuan Baru Belajar Melabur Hari Ini, Esok Tidak Terus Jadi Pandai

    Warren Buffett pun tak jadi kaya semalaman. Apakah yang menyebabkan tuan mahu jadi kaya dengan melabur, pada esok hari juga ?

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  • Many readers have told me that this is one of the most difficult things to do. Why? Very simply, because it is an admission of having been wrong especially if that sell stop triggers a loss as opposed to locking in a gain. Get over it! When you invest, you will have losses and admitting that you were wrong from time to time will not kill your portfolio. What will kill it is letting small losses turn into large ones.

    Never Too Big To Admit Mistakes

    Many readers have told me that this is one of the most difficult things to do. Why? Very simply, because it is an admission of having been wrong especially if that sell stop triggers a loss as opposed to locking in a gain. Get over it! When you invest, you will have losses and admitting that you were wrong from time to time will not kill your portfolio. What will kill it is letting small losses turn into large ones.

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  • Every analyst, pundit and commentator will be right about the movements, but at the wrong time. Most players will lose money while convincing themselves they made a killing. Bat guano and 'roo innards will emerge as the "hot commodities" of the year, as both will go parabolic. Everyone betting on the oil futures contango will be wiped out.

    My Predictions for 2011

    Every analyst, pundit and commentator will be right about the movements, but at the wrong time. Most players will lose money while convincing themselves they made a killing. Bat guano and 'roo innards will emerge as the "hot commodities" of the year, as both will go parabolic. Everyone betting on the oil futures contango will be wiped out.

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  • Within each sector, investments can be divided into two styles: Growth and Value. Growth investors focus less on a company’s current earnings, and instead bet on a company’s ability to generate high growth rates in the future. Many famous venture capitalists, including Google investor John Doerr, are growth investors.

    Stock Styles and Market Capitalization

    Within each sector, investments can be divided into two styles: Growth and Value. Growth investors focus less on a company’s current earnings, and instead bet on a company’s ability to generate high growth rates in the future. Many famous venture capitalists, including Google investor John Doerr, are growth investors.

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