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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.
The broader markets are seeing a 'halo' effect on Monday from Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett's commentary, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.
Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting is over. Here is one thing we found interesting.
* Berkshire is outgrowing its ability to find attractive and profitable acquisitions and investments. * Berkshire might have had little alternative but to buy Apple * Apple is a winner from the Berkshire purchases last quarter * But the Apple buy is...
* Look for a Buffett Bounce in the shares of WFC "I see no reason to think that Wells Fargo going forward is other than a very, very large, well run bank that had an episode in its history which it wished it didn't have." - Warren Buffett "Harvey We...
I don't care if Elon Musk challenges Warren Buffett on See's Candy, but I do care about a possible TSLA short squeeze.
There are some good stock picks to be had but a high level of caution is warranted.
Happy Monday! Here are the business stories you need to know before you kick off the week.
Most important, for us, there will be talk of stocks galore, especially Buffett's portfolio.
The market is nicely up across the board, despite the monthly jobs report being slightly below expectations. The 10 Year Treasury yield is flat on the jobs results and remains slightly below the 3% level. Average hourly wages rose just 0.1% and the ...
I was so thrilled that Elon again broke through the truth barrier.
Checking out Berkshire's charts and indicators heading into this weekend's shareholder meeting.
It is time for Campbell Soup's controlling shareholders, the Dorrance family, to recognize that a sale of the company is in their interests and the interests of Campbell's shareholders. The competitive pressures facing consumer packaged goods compa...
Lots of questions so let's visit the charts for any answers.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer reacts to Berkshire Hathaway's stake in Apple.
Do you have the patience and the deep pockets to hold KHC?
Bill Smead, CEO of Smead Capital Management, which invests in Berkshire Hathaway, focuses on the "subtle" comments from Warren Buffett.
I don't have the patience or the deep pockets of Warren Buffett when I look at charts.
Qualcomm has gained the upper hand in its battle for a merger with Broadcom. Was Warren Buffett's annual letter really that boring?
If The Oracle can't find anything cheap enough to buy, can you?