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Future Tweets From Warren Buffett

May 21, 2013
J. Webster
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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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Want to Invest Like Buffett: Read 500 Pages a Day

Apr 29, 2013
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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

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Is It Time to Buy Those Hated Solar Stocks?

Aug 1, 2012
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What's that saying, buy stocks when they're most hated or there's blood in the streets? If you have a long term horizon, it just might be time to look at some hated solar stocks. The solar sector is certainly hated and bloodied. And for good reason, natural gas is abundant and cheap, so who needs solar. And then all of Europe is in a financial crisis with unemployment surging and austerity plans in the works. So Spain, Italy and Germany don't have the money to pay solar subsidies and support the solar sector. Then there's China, whose own solar companies are

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Eliot Spitzer Versus Maria Bartiromo

Jul 14, 2012
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The interview starts to get really interesting in the final three minutes, when Spitzer says the case against AIG and Hank Greenberg, in which Spitzer said fraud was taking place at the firm, was brought to his attention when he was attorney general of New York by none other than Warren Buffett.

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News Corp Splitting Up Phone Hacking Business

Jun 26, 2012
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I kid, I kid, of course News Corp isn't splitting up the phone hacking business, just splitting the company in two so as to save themselves from a failing newspaper business if you're not able to hack celebrity phones. On Tuesday, media conglomerate News Corporation (NWS) confirmed they are considering splitting the company into two separate entities. Late Monday night, both the New York Times and Wall Street Journal reported that the company was considering a split. The company, ran by Rupert Murdoch, would split its businesses into two publicly traded companies, with one owning the company’s newspaper assets, and the

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Dick Fuld Will Pay You to Have Lunch With Him

Jun 9, 2012
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So yeah, someone who wants to remain anonymous paid $3,456,789 to have lunch with Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett. But there's another CEO who needs to eat with someone too. However, he's so disliked and so disrespected, sort of the anti-Buffett, that he's willing to pay you to eat with him. Yes, Dick Fuld is hungry. And promises not to yell or scream at you or scowl too much or take a bite out of you like some crazed bath salt eater. This is a CEO who made some mistakes during the financial crisis. He thought Hank Paulson would come

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Warren Buffett Should Do Stand Up

May 7, 2012
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CNBC's Squawk Box anchor Joe Kernan gets taken down when he tries to joke with Warren Buffett. When talking about a failed $22 billion deal, Buffett compared it to being hung by a girl, and then Kernan tried to joke with Buffett about it. The take down is below. "When a girl hangs up on me once I try again," Buffett explained. "Well when you call back and her husband answers normally that puts a damper on things, eh Warren?" Kernan asked. "It's certainly been tough when I call your house," Warren said. Hat tip to Business

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Warren Buffett’s Key to Success

May 3, 2012
J. Webster
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Yes, you don't need to be a genius to make money in the stock market. What you do need is emotional stability. And I take that to mean, in large part, patience and a lack of greed. If you're patient and pick your spots, buy when the stock market is correcting, say due to some black swan type of event, like an oil spill or an earthquake, you can make quite a bit of money. If you bought stocks after the housing collapse you saw your stocks double and triple. This question comes from when Buffett was speaking to some

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Wild Ride for Monster Beverage’s Stock

Apr 30, 2012
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If you owned shares of Monster Beverage (MNST) today, hopefully you sold those shares on the Wall Street Journal rumor that Coca-Cola (KO) was going to buy the company. The stock shot up to as high as $85 a share but then shot back down to $65 a share towards the end of the day after Coke said they weren't going to buy the energy drink company. It seems the stock shot up too high and too fast and Coke ended the so called "talks". Some folks on Twitter are saying influential Coke shareholders might have had something

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Would Warren Buffett Reenact Scenes from Platoon with Charlie Sheen?

Mar 4, 2012
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Yeah, so I'm a big fan of these DirectTV commercials. And so much so that I did a parody of one of their commercials for Diamond Foods. Although all the ads are funny, the best DirectTV ad so far has to be the one that features Charlie Sheen, where it recommends that you don't go to happy hour or a Turkish or you might end up "reenacting scenes from Platoon with Charlie Sheen." Which you certainly don't want to do. Looks like that's a real crossbow he's using. One thing you might want to do though is buy shares of

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