Despite popular opinion that he'll spend it (but on what?), Warren Buffett may just sit on Berkshire Hathaway's $55 billion cash hoard for a very long time.
A copy of the rare investing guide by hedge fund manager Seth Klarman would cost you thousands of dollars -- but you can get the book's advice for free.
An investing strategy called the Dogs of the Dow now includes AT&T, Chevron, Cisco Systems, General Electric, Intel, McDonald's, Merck, Microsoft, Pfizer and Verizon.
Berkshire Hathaway will likely post a record annual profit, showing how Warren Buffett’s decades of acquisitions have positioned it to benefit from a rebounding U.S....
ETFs are the new way to invest in the market, but one recently launched fund tracks old reliable companies that have been around since your grandparents were buying stocks.
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Believe it or not, Warren Buffett, the Oracle of Omaha, is a big Lebron James fan. He even uses LeBron to explain part of his own ultra-successful investing strategy.
Players spend 90 percent of a baseball game just standing around -- boring for spectators, but a smart way to win at another of America's favorite pastimes: investing.
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Charlie Munger is Warren Buffett's second-in-command -- and a world-class investor in his own right. Here's some of his most pertinent wisdom for those who want to invest.
Next month, 17-year cicadas will invade the Northeast and the mid-Atlantic. Here are five stocks you could buy and hold until the next wave emerges in 2030.
Recently, the line between growth stocks and value stocks has gotten a lot blurrier. Many well-known companies that were high-growth for years now find themselves viewed as...