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Warren Buffett as Market Manipulator — Impossible? – Huffington Post (blog)

Warren Buffett as Market Manipulator — Impossible?
Huffington Post (blog)
Warren Buffett the very icon and dean of the America's trust in the stock market and our economic process whose example has been a beacon of achievement and trust in the system. Is it possible that even Warren Buffett has clay feet, stooping to the

Warren Buffett Watch: Dow Chemical-Berkshire deal nears milestone – Omaha World-Herald

Warren Buffett Watch: Dow Chemical-Berkshire deal nears milestone
Omaha World-Herald
We're not predicting a purchase by CEO Warren Buffett or his investment lieutenants, Todd Combs and Ted Weschler. Dow would become a major Berkshire holding through a transaction that dates to 2008. That year, Buffett supplied Dow with $3 billion to …
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Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway to release 2Q earnings report Friday Greenfield Daily Reporter
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Warren Buffett’s $2.8 Billion Donation Could Be Just the Beginning – Motley Fool

Warren Buffett's $2.8 Billion Donation Could Be Just the Beginning
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Warren Buffett recently made headlines for his donation of about $2.8 billion in the form of Berkshire Hathaway stock to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and several other charities. The latest gift in Buffett's annual pledge to give away the

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Why Warren Buffett Wouldn’t Touch JC Penney Stock – Motley Fool

Why Warren Buffett Wouldn't Touch JC Penney Stock
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If there were no other way to make money in the stock market, perhaps it would still be worth it for investors to gamble on turnaround plays. However, Warren Buffett has shown that a skilled investor can find multi-baggers in the making without taking

Warren Buffett Really Likes Oil Trains — Despite the Explosions – VICE News


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Warren Buffett Really Likes Oil Trains — Despite the Explosions
VICE News
Months later, after several other oil train accidents, Warren Buffett went on CNBC claiming that oil train explosions were “very, very, very, very rare.” If Buffett sounded defensive, it may have been because he is the single most important person in

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How Billionaire Warren Buffett Avoids Failure – Motley Fool

How Billionaire Warren Buffett Avoids Failure
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In my opinion, investment success will not be produced by arcane formulae, computer programs or signals flashed by the price behavior of stocks and markets. Rather an investor will succeed by coupling good business judgment with an ability to insulate

3 stocks that even Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch might like – Motley Fool Australia

3 stocks that even Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch might like
Motley Fool Australia
The New Buffettology by the former daughter-in-law of Warren Buffett, Mary Buffett, and David Clark gave me insight into how the most successful investor of our time chooses stocks. This is the book that showed me why Buffett only invests in companies

Why Warren Buffett Loves Renewable Energy – Motley Fool

Why Warren Buffett Loves Renewable Energy
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Warren Buffett is one of the largest renewable energy investors in the world, but he doesn't invest in the space because it's clean, he invests because he can make money. Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK-A ) (NYSE: BRK-B ) has spent $15 billion …

How Warren Buffett Views Mergers and Acquisitions – Motley Fool

How Warren Buffett Views Mergers and Acquisitions
Motley Fool
Nevertheless, many managerial princesses remain serenely confident about the future potency of their kisses — even after their corporate backyards are knee-deep in unresponsive toads." — Warren Buffett, 1982. Wall Street loves mergers and acquisitions.

Why Warren Buffett Keeps Away From Companies Like SanDisk (SNDK) – Seeking Alpha (registration)

Why Warren Buffett Keeps Away From Companies Like SanDisk (SNDK)
Seeking Alpha (registration)
I show why one such company, SanDisk, seemingly very profitable and not very expensive, is still avoided by Warren Buffett. The problem has to do both with cyclicality and the risk of obsolescence. I show one example which could put SanDisk at risk in