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"It's an insanely non-rigorous virtuous circle. You want to boil down the current investment thesis? It goes like this: I buy them because they go higher and they go higher because I buy them. Could there be a more stupid or a more profitable invest...
Here are a few stocks that could take a residual hit in the third quarter.
How did PepsiCo perform for shareholders versus Coca-Cola, over the past dozen years?
* Trump's call on regulators to consider changing how often companies must report earnings is foolish and poorly thought out. "Good afternoon and welcome to Hurlingham Park. You join us just as the competitors are running out onto the field on this...
Sometimes you gotta have faith, but you also have to be a little more skeptical.
Elon Musk should go knocking on the door of an Omaha billionaire. Markets are rocking, and could stay rocking.
Here are two gigantic reasons why this market seems to want to go higher at every turn.
How much do you actually know about Warren Buffett? Here's our look at the Oracle of Omaha: the man, the myth and the billionaire.
Shares of Warren Buffett's investment vehicle jump after profit surges in second quarter.
The major indices rose across the board Tuesday as markets recovered from an early lull to close in the green.
A retracement to $160 to $165 might be a reasonable goal for reestablishing BRK.B positions.
Berkshire Hathaway is bursting at the seams with a record cash horde. Although I don't know this to be true, high above the Alps my Gnome is hearing that the holding company is looking at several large acquisitions - one such deal, he hears, may be ...
In happier news, the New York Post reported over the weekend that Kraft Heinz is interested in acquiring Campbell Soup ! Here is what I wrote last week on the subject of consumer packaged goods mergers: A Pinnacle-Conagra Merger May Mark the Beginni...
"So, maybe investors should emulate Peyton Manning and call an audible on investing like the Oracle. Apple has been a great performer, and I see no reason that would change, but the rest of Berkshire's holdings have been mediocre or worse. I think w...
* The rationale for more mergers and restructurings grow more compelling "A steady stream of disappointing earnings releases has recently underscored my initial negative thesis. The share prices of consumer packaged goods companies have regularly hi...
The latest announcement from the U.S. Trade Representative's office is chilling reading for free trade supporters.
Kraft Heinz shares have lost their Buffett halo and are now looking affordable.
Former hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson says legendary investor Warren Buffett won't be retiring for at least five more years.
*Staying medium sized long but raising my trailing short stop The big take from yesterday was the continuation of a violent rotation between groups - in the market without sector memory from day to day. This is an example of the new regime of vola...
Warren Buffett continues to be very bullish on Apple's stock. Former hedge fund manager and Berkshire Hathaway shareholder Whitney Tilson says Buffett's Apple bet is wise.
Many on Wall Street think Berkshire Hathaway's legendary leader Warren Buffett is nearing retirement. Not so fast says long-time Buffett expert Whitney Tilson.
A boom is a boom is a boom and good news is, alas, good news for all to see.
* Large mergers may be the solution to the price/cost squeeze facing the consumer packaged goods space * An industry consolidation would serve to create important economies of scale, sizeable cost saves and needle-moving synergies Back in September,...
General Electric's new $11.1 billion deal with Wabtec should leave Warren Buffett shaking his head.
As you probably already know, Campbell Soup announced Friday that CEO Denise Morrison is abruptly retiring. I wrote recently in It Is Time for the Dorrance Family To Consider Selling Campbell Soup that it's time for the company to sell itself to War...
Nobody caters to both the couch potato as well as the pursuit of the experiential lifestyle better than Walt Disney.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Monday's trending market topics from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.