[Register] - By Faultline • Get more from this author Analysis Warren Buffett, the world's most famous investor, may have diluted his usual hostility to hi-tech stocks by betting more than $10 billion in IBM, but he remains averse to social networking companies (as
[Interactive Investor] - Consider this tip from Warren Buffett, one of the wisest (and wealthiest) investors alive today. He says: "I will tell you how to become rich... Be fearful when others are greedy. Be greedy when others are
[Interactive Investor] - "But the formula for successful investing is to buy low and sell high, or in the words of Warren Buffett, 'be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful'." AIC statistics show that when the markets are rough, regularly investing
Warren Edward Buffett (born August 30, 1930) is an American business magnate, investor, and philanthropist. He is widely considered the most successful investor of the 20th century. Buffett is the primary shareholder, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway and consistently ranked among the world's wealthiest people. He was ranked as the world's wealthiest person in and as the third wealthiest person in In 2012, American magazine Time named Buffett one of the most influential people in the world.
[FXMarketAlerts.com] - World: Warren Buffett said he is always looking for opportunities; we are looking for opportunities in Japan. His view on Japanese industries have not changed after the March 11 Tsunami and earthquake. There is a major flaw in the Euro system - World:
[Financial Times] - News that MidAmerican Energy , a subsidiary of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway , had purchased the Topaz solar farm in California from First Solar briefly lifted shares in the solar developer. But analysts poured cold water on the investment.
[Financial Times] - Indeed, she and her husband have made the bold decision to give away 90 per cent of their money and, with Warren Buffett, have called on other billionaires to donate 50 per cent of their fortunes to charitable causes. But Gates would never be satisfied
[ifaonline.co.uk] - Warren Buffett reminds us: “In the 20th century, the US endured two world wars and other traumatic and expensive military conflicts; the Depression; a dozen or so recessions and financial panics; oil shocks; a flu epidemic; and the resignation of a
[Financial Times] - What seems to be lacking is a justified confidence in where we, collectively, are going, or a faith in fundamentals – as shown so persuasively and courageously by Federer or by an investor such as Warren Buffett, who has always looked past short-term
[Here Is The City] - A – Warren Buffett's mentor, Benjamin Graham's The Intelligent Investor. I have based my 'value investing' philosophy at Harvey Nash and the Group's approach to the stock market on the core principles set out in this book which was published in 1949
[Investors Chronicle] - Fairness arguments can never be conclusive: Warren Buffett and a few hearts-on-their-sleeves top executives apart, and regardless of the battery of arguments brought to bear by its opponents, very high corporate pay is always going to seem fair to
[FT Adviser] - Mr Marks reminds me very much of Warren Buffett and this can be seen by simply looking at the titles of some of the chapters in this book such as, “The Most Important Thing is…..Contrarianism” and “The Most Important Thing is…
[FT Adviser] - Mr Podger said some stocks in the tech sector had recovered earnings to pre-crisis levels and highlighted the robust nature of the second biggest holding in the fund, IBM, which last week saw veteran investor Warren Buffett become the second largest
[Catholic Herald Online (blog)] - The American billionaire, Warren Buffett, is a shareholder in Tesco. He is about to increase his holding in the company, buying more shares. This man is notorious in the US for his bankrolling of all manner of anti-life organisations and pressure