It's a stock that underperformed the last two years but would likely excel in a year of renewed growth in economic activity.
With a ton of cash on hand, Warren Buffett missed some solid opportunities earlier this year.
Untruths run rampant in the world of trading.
Let's take a fresh look.
With the S&P 500 moving, this is a name I think has potential to run hot next week.
There is a long and fast-growing list of many of the world's wealthiest investors who are eagerly buying gold and gold stocks right now.
But despite my great respect for the Oracle and BRK's strong chance of a come back from 2020's setbacks, I never owned Berkshire stock. Here's why.
With the $6 billion Japanese deal, Buffett, now 90, hasn't stayed away from venturing outside of America.
Strong markets tend to stay strong even when they are technically extended.
You can't get more Japanese than soga shosha trading houses, which Berkshire Hathaway clearly considers cheap amid the industrial downturn.