So, yeah, Warren Buffett's on Twitter now, getting like a half a million followers in a matter of days. Here are some tweets those followers can look forward to seeing in their Twitter streams. Yes, Buffett will tweet all these things listed below in the coming months.
- Just downed another Diet Coke, my tenth of the day. cc @DietCoke
- Hey, @GoldmanSachs or @BofA_Help, if you need to borrow any more DINERO just holler at me.
- I'm going to take a bath....cc @beckyquickcnbc and or @BettyInTheLoop
- @BillGates Are you sure you want to play another game of Bridge? I don't want to
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The Najarian brothers are in Las Vegas to do some re-takes for Hangover 3. They play a couple of gamblers whose suitcase full of cash is
What do you want in your CEO? Leadership. Integrity. Honesty. Intelligence. Toughness. Well, Martha Stewart possesses some of those qualities but she's has some other rather unique skills and past experiences that must inform her work as a CEO. Here's a nice list of some things that make her stand out as CEO of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. I don't think there are too many CEOs of publicly traded companies who possess these qualities and or have had these experiences. Spent time in prison, check. Dated Anthony Hopkins, check. Has a profile on Match.com, check. Prison. She's spent time in
Steven Soderbergh gave the keynote speech at the 56th San Francisco International Film Festival, where he talked about how, sadly, it's tough to get a movie made unless it's easy to sell to a wide audience across the world. In other words, the movies must have a lot of action that can translate in any language. Soderbergh said it's hard to get a movie made or sold that has some ambiguity to it. What stood out though was how knowledgeable Soderbergh was about the finances behind movies, and how they are transparent, as opposed to what Wall Street might
Kass of course was picked buy Warren Buffett to be the Berkshire bear at the annual shareholder meeting. I wonder if Kass might pick up a Buffett bobble head when he questions Buffett in
There's an excellent story about Warren Buffett's two new hires, Todd Combs and Ted Weschler, but what sticks out is how Combs heard Buffett speak at his Columbia University investing class and acted on one thing Buffett said and then some. It goes right to the idea of how hard work trumps everything else:
Combs didn't meet Buffett that day but says, “I still remember it like it was yesterday.” One of the students asked what he could do now to prepare for an investing career. Buffett thought for a few seconds and then reached for the stack of
Yes, Maria Bartiromo, I do know where my money is. There's a handful of change somewhere between the couch cushions, there are some pennies and dimes in the cup holder in my car, and there's a pile of quarters on my desk in a glass bowl!!!! Ok, stop already, please. Everyday it's the same old thing. Where's your money. Do you know where your money is. I told you. You want me to be serious. Really? Ok. Here you go Maria. There's about $15K in my savings account, believe it or not I save a little money every
In case your interested, here are all those friendly folks who said Apple shares would hit $1,000. Sure, some of these folks still have time, as in Apple might indeed reach $1,000 a share in their time frame, but it's not looking too good for most of these analysts/bloggers/prognosticators/experts/founders. Yes, about six months ago everyone on TV and across the web was pretty much saying Apple's stock would never go down. They said $1,000 for Apple shares was a foregone conclusion. And Apple shares certainly wouldn't go down under $400 a share, that would be absurd to even consider. Well,
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Gene Munster, the much loved analyst for Apple when its stock seemed to only go higher, says he now feels bullied. Apple's stock of course has gone from over $700 a share to $400 in a little over six months. Munster, the so called axe for Apple's stock for ten years, recently cut his price target to $688, down from $788, and down from $910. And I swear I heard him say Apple would be a $1,000 stock on TV at least a hundred times. Well, actually he said Apple would go to $1,000 by 2014. There's hope
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