Investing Like a Billionaire: Buffett and Icahn’s Energy Investments
Buffett’s energy play includes investing in spinoffs of companies he’s already backed, while for Icahn, the energy sector comprises just 19% of his equity holdings.
Airlines Revive as Glamour Stocks
A long-suffering industry gears up for a new takeoff.
The Real Value in Value Investing
People hold many wrong beliefs; invest accordingly.
Buffett’s $8 Billion Trade Isn’t a Bet Against Munis: LPL’s Valeri
Warren Buffett’s sale of $8 billion in muni derivatives was a profitable trade, not a comment on the value of the muni market, says the LPL market strategist.
Warren Buffett Drops Consumer Stocks, Buys Into Banks
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett backed away from stocks in the second quarter, reducing the company’s holdings in consumer-products equities but investing more heavily in the finance sector.
Buffett’s 9 Nuggets of Wisdom on Banks, Investments, More
The Oracle of Omaha had some contrarian things to say about the U.S. economy, the big banks, and what he calls “the tapeworm of the American economy,” on Bloomberg TV.
Outlook 2012: Value Investing — A Glimmer in the Gloom
Like value investment gurus Warren Buffett and Benjamin Graham, today's stock pickers believe that investment is most intelligent when it is most businesslike.
Warren Buffett’s Son, Peter, Says Dad Doesn’t Owe Him a Thing
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett has earned a reputation as a highly quotable speaker, and now his son Peter is following in his father’s footsteps even though he won’t be inheriting his dad’s fortune.
Buffett Jabs Wall St., Saying It ‘Doesn’t Feel Loved’
Wall Street doesn’t feel loved, Warren Buffett told Charlie Rose in an interview on Sept. 30. Buffett noted that some rhetoric from President Barack Obama led to a lack of support from Wall Street.