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Happy 90th birthday, Mr Buffett! We celebrate you
The chairman of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Warren Buffett is one of the most successful invest...
Mukesh Ambani has just outdone Warren Buffett
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Warren Buffett is carefully picking his spots and not waiting on the sidelines anymore
Buffett said in early May that he was keeping cash high to be prepared for any direction the pandemic might turn and wasn’t overly attracted to buybacks. But as he searched for undervalued assets to spend billions on, he gravitated to his own firm’s shares.
Bill Gates bakes Warren Buffett a birthday cake, Sara Blakely thanks Berkshire billionaire for the laughs and wisdom
Gates baked a chocolate cake with Oreo frosting.
Mukesh Ambani slips two ranks, now seventh richest in the world
Ambani’s net worth is valued at $78.3 billion, while Musk was sixth with a marginally high net worth of $78.6 billion.
Netflix has a moat even Warren Buffett would envy
Other media giants can’t sustain the Netflix way of doing things. They may be forced to turn to price hikes and to embrace ads, which could turn off customers.
China's Didi, BYD to launch co-designed ride-hailing EV
The move underscores how tech firms, from software makers for self-driving vehicles to car-sharing platforms, are disrupting traditional automakers amid major shifts towards electric vehicles and pay-per-use models.
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala sees conditions for birth of a bull market; realty, pharma, infra, IT top bets
“The market is looking into the future,” Jhunjhunwala said about the recent rapid stride in the benchmark Sensex. “The drop in interest rates is also one of the reasons for the bullishness in stocks,” he said.
Why it makes sense to try and diversify your investing style
The problem starts when we become slightly successful in our style of investing. Due to our ego, we tend to believe our way of investing is the best and others are sub-par. And then, we look for confirmation from the external world.
How to identify great CEOs for success in long-term investing
Thorndike says while running an organisation, an exceptional CEO does unorthodox things to get exceptional results, while an ordinary CEO performs the same tasks as his peers, which restricts a business’ potential and performance.
How to judge real survivors of tough times? Thomas Russo offers a few tips
“I consider myself to be a farmer — not a hunter. And I think most people on Wall Street are hunters. They like to fell big beasts. But I’m very comfortable planting a few rows and just tending to them carefully,”
Buffett bought up his own Berkshire stock while selling others amid rally
Buffett has shown signs of buying appetite in recent weeks, but the second-quarter results show those are a new phenomenon as the Covid-19 pandemic has slammed the economy but failed to put a permanent dent in stock-market valuations.
Elon Musk loses a Titan in six hours as Tesla share price plunges; wealth dips by $16 billion
Tesla stock plunged 21 per cent in Tuesday’s session, logging its biggest daily percentage drop as the electric carmaker was excluded from a group of companies being added to the S&P 500.
Valuation-driven investing for investment success: 8 key tips
Investor biases, including overconfidence, the tendency to ‘find’ evidence that confirms our views and undue focus on recent performance all undermine our ability to make wise investment choices.