According to Meyer Shields of Stifel Nicholas, Now Is The Time To Sell Berkshire Hathaway. Shields believe that shares of Berkshire Hathaway are overvalued and are due for a dip. Berkshire Hathaway has been in the news a lot recently as analysts and pundits have thrown out different suggestions as to what Berkshire should do going forward.
Berkshire investors are smiling all the way to the bank. While my investment return was good in 2010, Buffett’s investment return was phenomenal. Buffett proved that despite his advanced age, he still has not lost his touch. Once again he beat the S&P 500 index. Berkshire has beaten the S&P 500 in four of the past five years.
You can learn a lot about investing in the stock market by looking at the portfolios of the best investors. When it comes to investing, there is none better than Warren Buffett. Let’s take a look at the top 10 stocks that Warren Buffett is holding in his portfolio as we close out the final quarter of 2010.
We all would like to know the key to building great wealth. Here at Buy Like Buffett, we discuss different strategies that you can use for making money. My bias is often towards making money by investing which is why I often follow the strategies of the great Warren Buffett. The truth is that there is more than one path to building wealth. The key is to find the path that is meant for you. The one that fits into your passion and goals.
Warren Buffett gave an interview this past week to ABC’s This Week. Buffett advocates for raising taxes on rich billionaires like himself and lowering taxes even more for the middle class. He believes that tax hikes on the rich are essential to an economic recovery.Buffett disputes the theory of trickle down economics stating that “the rich are always going to say, just give us more money and we’ll go out and spend more then it will all trickle down to the rest of you. But that has not worked the last 10 years and I hope the American public is catching on.”
I happen to agree with Buffett and believe that the Bush tax cuts should not be extended for anyone making over $1 million dollars or more. Read why in the Obama solution.