Warren Buffett, his stocks, biography, Berkshire Hathaway Incorporated
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Warren Edward Buffett no Waren Bufet, Buffet, Bufett, Varren, Varen, Eduard. Berkshire Hathaway Incorporated Berkshire Hathaway Inc.
STOCKS with potential 2015
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Main stocks in BRKA Berkshire Hathaway holding stocks - 1. January 2015 - Warren Buffett´s portfolio :
Nejvetsí pozice akcií v Berkshire Hathaway dle hodnoty - 1.1.2015 - Warren Buffett portfolio :
1. Wells Fargo & Co. (WFC) starting to buy 1989. Bought more 1990 with P/E 5, ROE 20%
2. Coca Cola Co. (KO) bought end 1988 with P/E 14.5, P/B 4.8, P/S 1.8, P/C 12.3, ROE 33%, before purchase average annual earnings growth +17%
3. International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) bought 2011 with P/E 13.5, P/B 9.0, P/S 1.9, P/C 10.2, ROE 69%, dividend 1.6%, before purchase average annual earnings growth 14+%
4. American Express Co. (AXP) bought 1963 + 1987
5. Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT) - bought 2005 with P/E 18,2, P/B 3,9, P/S 0,6, P/C 12,5
6. Procter & Gamble Co. (PG) in 2005 got PG for Gillette G from 1989
7. U.S. Bancorp. (USB) bought 2006 with P/E 12.7, P/B 2.9, P/S 4.4, P/C 11.1, ROE 23%, net profit margin 34%, before purchase average annual earnings growth 23%
8. DaVita HealthCare Partners Inc (DVA)
9. Directv (DTV) 2011
10. Moody's Corp. (MCO) forgot to sell with P/B 84 and 2008 fell the stock to 1/5
11. Goldman Sachs Group (GS)
All time PORTEFEUILLE BRKA. Inc. : 26% - 51% of portfolio are stock , 18% - 39% bonds , 5% - 29% cash , 4% - 30% operating business.
Stále v PORTFOLIO BRKA. Inc. : 26% az 51% portfolia jsou akcie , 18% az 39% dluhopisy , 5% az 29% peníze , 4% az 30% kapitál na rízení provozu.
1.1.2015 sector weightings of Warren Buffett's portfolio, Berkshire Hathaway holding : Rozdelení portfolia BRKA :
Consumer goods and services 28.1%
Health care 2.9%
Energy, oil & gas 1.4%
All stocks earlier in Berkshire Hathaway Incorporated, some are yet sold :
Vsechny Akcie , které mel dríve holding Berkshire Hathaway , mnohé uz byly dávno prodány :
WARNING : Many of the following companies may have already been sold or taken over. They are rumored to have been owned by Warren Buffett, GEICO, or several Berkshire owned insurance companies. Along with other widely followed investors, Warren Buffett gets confidential treatment for regulatory filings that reveal stocks owned. These filings are not made public for a year after the SEC receives them.
ABC ( stocks W.B. bought 1979, 1985 merged with Capital Cities )
ADVO Inc (AD) - direct mail, mass marketing
Aegis Realty (AER) (Owns 5% of company)
Allied Irish Banks
Allied Domecq PLC C (ALYN)
Amerada Hess (AHC) - oil
American Airlines Group (AAL) - 2016
American Express Co. (AXP) ( stocks W.B. bought 1963 + 1987 )- financial services, credit cards
American Home Products (AHP) - drug company, consumer health care products
American International Group (AIG)
American Safety Razor (RAZR) - razor blades, competes with Gillette
American Standard (ASD)
Ameriprise Financial Inc. (AMP)
Anheuser-Busch (BUD) - world's largest brewing company . Was not good buy 2005 with P/B 13.
Apple (AAPL) (Combs or Weschler bought stocks in March 2016)
Archer-Daniels Midland Company (ADM)
Arrow Electronics (ARW)
Axalta Coating Systems (AXTA)
Automatic Data Procesing (ADP)
Bank of America (BAC), 2011
Bank of Ireland
Bank of New York Mellon (BK)
Bank One (ONE)
Bear Stearns (BSC) - brokerage, investment bank
Becton Dickinson & Company (BDX) medical technology
Bell Industries (BI)
BHC Communications (BHC) - owns 8 TV stations
Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMY) - drugs, health and beauty products
Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp. (BNI) ( stocks Warren Buffett started to buy in 2007 with P/E 16.0, P/B 2.6, P/S 1.9, P/C 8.6, ROE 17%, net profit margin 11%, before purchase average annual earnings growth +13%. 2009 BNSF acquired by Berkshire Hathawqy ) - railway
BYD Co. ( batteries , China )
Campbell Soup (CPB) - soup company, owns dozens of brand names
Capital Cities 1985 merged with ABC
CarMax Group (KMX)
Charter Communications Inc. (CHTR) 2014
Chicago Bridge & Iron Company (CBI) 2013
Chubb Corp (CB
Circuit City (CC) - consumer electronics superstores
Cleveland Cliffs Iron C. (CLF) - mining
Coca-Cola Co. (KO) ( stocks W.B. bought 1988 + 1989 ) - beverage. Bought end 1988 with P/E 14.5, P/B 4.8, P/S 1.8, P/C 12.3, ROE 33%, before purchase average annual earnings growth +16%
Coca-Cola Bottling (COKE) - bottles Coke in 11 states
Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) - world's largest bottler of Coke, approx. 55% of all US sales
Coca-Cola FEMSA (KOF) - markets Coke in Mexico City, Buenos Aires
Conoco Phillips Co.Inc. ( COP ) ( stocks Warren Buffett bought 2006, sold end 2014 ), oil + gas, bought with P/E 7.5, P/B 1.4, P/S 0.7, P/C 5.2, ROE 23%, net profit margin 9%, before purchase average annual earnings growth +21%
Consolidated-Tomoka Land (CTO)
Constellation Energy Group Inc. (CEG)
Costco Wholesale (COST)
Countrywide Financial Corp. (CFC)
Covidien Ltd. (COV)
Cox Communications (COX) - major cable TV provider
CVS Caremark (CVS) 2011
DaVita Inc. (DVA)
Dean Foods (DF)
Deere & Co. (DE)
Delta Air Lines (DAL) - 2016
Disney Walt (DIS) - owns Mickey Mouse, Capital Cities, ABC
Dollar General Corp. (DG), 2011
Dow Jones Co. Inc. (DJ)
DirecTV (DTV) 2011
DISH Network Corp. (DISH) 2014
Duke Energy (DUK)
Dun & Bradstreet (DNB)
Eaton Corp. (ETN) electrotechnology ( bought 2008 )
Express Scripts (ESRX)
Exxon Corp. (XOM) - oil ( bought 2013, sold end 2014 )
Fannie Mae (FNM)
First Data Corp (FDC)
First Industrial Realty Trust (FR)
Fiserv Inc. (FISV)
Freddie Mac = Federal Home Loan Mortage (FRE) - home mortgages
Furniture Brands Intern. (FBN) - furniture
Gabelli Equity Trust (GAB) - closed end fund managed by famed value investor Mario Gabelli
Gallaher Group Plc. (GLH) - tobacco
Gannett Corp. (GCI) - owns USA Today plus 134 daily newspapers
Gatx Corp (GMT)
GEICO ( stocks W.B. started to buy 1972, 1996 all 100% shares GEICO owns Berkshire Hatgaway )
General Dynamics (GD) (position reduced)
General Electric (GE) - diversified giant
General Motors (GM) - 2012 W.B. bought GM stocks for 257 million USD
General Reinsurance Corporation, Gen Re (1998)
Gillette (G) ( stocks W.B. bought 1989, 2005 merged with Procter & Gamble ) - provides razors and blades to half the planet
Glaxo Smith Kline (GSK) GlaxoSmithKline
Goldman Sachs (GS)
GPU Inc (GPU)
Graham Holdings Co. (GHC) 2014
Great Lakes Chemical (GLK)
H&R Block (HRB)
HCA (HEALTHCARE) INC COM (HCA)
Hershey Foods (HSY) - chocolate candies
HJ Heinz Company (HNZ)
Home Capital, Canada, 2017
Home Depot Inc. (HD)
Honeywell International (HON)
Household International (HI)
HRPT Properties Trust (HRP) - real estate investment
IBM - International Business Machines (IBM) 2011
Ingersoll-Rand Co. Ltd. (IR)
Intel Corp. (INTC) 2011
Int'l Flavors & Fragrances (IFF) - creates flavors for perfumes, soaps, food, tobacco
Interpublic Group (IPG) - advertising agency
Iron Mountain (IRM)
Itochu Corp., he bought 5% of the company in summer 2020
JDN Realty (JDN)
Johnson & Johnson Co. (JNJ) shares Warren Buffett bought in the year 2002 + 2006. 2006 with P/E 15.2, P/B 4.2, P/S 3.2, P/C 11.2, ROE 28%, net profit margin 20%, before purchase average annual earnings growth +15%
Jones Apparel Group (JNY)
Kaiser Aluminium & Chemical Corp. (KLVCQ) - aluminium
KeyCorp Bank (KEY)
Kinder Morgan Inc. (KMI)
Knight-Ridder (KRI) - owns 32 daily newspapers in 15 states
Koelnische Rueckversicherungs Ord.
Kraft Foods Inc. (KFT) stocks Warren Buffett bought in 2007 with P/E 17.0, P/B 1.8, P/S 1.3, P/C 12.9, ROE 9%, net profit margin 7%, before purchase average annual earnings growth +7%
The Kraft Heinz Co. (KHC)
Lanxess AG - 2017
Lee Enterprises (LEE) - 2012
Leucadia National (LUK) - property-casualty insurance company, compared to Berkshire
Level 3 Comm. (LVLT)
Lexmark International Ltd. (LXK)
Liberty Media Corp. (LMCA), 2011
Liberty Global PLC (LBTYA) 2014
LiLAC Group (LILA)
Liz Claiborne (LIZ)
Loews Corp. (LTR) - tobacco, hotels, insurance, Bulova watches
Lockheed Martin (LMT)
Lowe´s Companies Inc. (LOW)
M & T Bank Corp. (MTB) (formerly First Empire State)
Manpower Inc (MAN)
Marubeni Corp., he bought 5% of the company in summer 2020
Mastercard Inc. (MA), 2011
Mattel Inc (MAT)
MBIA Inc (MBI) - muni bond insurance company
Mc Donald´s (MCD) - hamburgers
Media General (MEG) - newspapers, TV stations, cable TV
Mercury General (MCY) - largest writer of auto insurance
Merrill Lynch & Co (MER) - financial services, retail brokerage
MGI Properties (MGI)
MidAmerican Energy (MEC)
Mitsubishi Corp., he bought 5% of the company in summer 2020
Mitsui & Co., he bought 5% of the company in summer 2020
Monsanto Co. (MON)
Moody's Corp (MCO)
Morgan Stanley, Dean Witter (MWD) - investment banking, brokerage, credit cards
Mueller Industries (MLI)
Münchener Rückversicherung = Munich RE, bought in January 2010 with P/E 8.3, P/B 0.93, P/S 0.52, P/C 4.2, dividend 4,2%, ROE 6%
Nalco Holding (NLC) - water treatment
National Oilwell Varco (NOV) - 2012
Nestle S A (NSRGY) - Swiss holding company - food, beverages, chocolates, cosmetics, pet food
New York Times (NYT) - owns NY Times, Boston Globe, 6 TV stations, 2 radio stations
Nike Inc. 'B' (NKE)
Norfolk Southern Corp. (NSC)
NOW Inc. (DNOW)
NRG Energy Inc. (NRG)
Nucor Corp (NUE)
Office Depot (ODP)
Outback Steakhouse , OSI Restaurant Partners (OSI)
PanAmerican Beverages (PB) - Mexican bottler of Coca Cola, largest outside US
Pepsico (PEP) - beverages, Frito Lay snack foods
Petrochina Co. Ltd. (PTR) bought in April 2003 and made +580% in 4 years
Philip Morris (MO) - tobacco, Kraft Foods, Miller Beer, hundreds of brand named foods
Phillips 66 (PSX) - 2012
Pier 1 Imports (PIR)
PNC Bank Corp (PNC)
Precision Castparts Corp. (PCP)
Procter & Gamble Co. (PG) Warren Buffett got PG shares 2005 for his Gillette shares )
Progressive Corp (PGR) - specializes in high risk insurance
P.S. Group (PSG)
Ralston Purina Group (RAL) - cat and dog food, Eveready dry cell batteries
Republic Services Inc. (RSG)
Restaurant Brands International Inc. (QSR)
Russell Corp. (RML) Clothing & Accessories
Salomon Brothers ( stocks W.B. bought 1987 ). Salomon Brothers were acquired by Travelers Group in 1997, Travelers merged with Citigroup in 1998.
Sanofi ( SNY on Nyse , in Frankfurt wkn 920657 ) ( stocks W.B. bought 2006 ) with P/E 13.0, P/B 2.0, P/S 3.2, P/C 13.7, ROE 9%, net profit margin 13%, before purchase average annual earnings growth +12%
Schweizerische Rückversicherungs-Gesellschaft = Swiss Re
Seagram Co (VO) - distilled spirits, wine, Tropicana fruit juice
Sealed Air (SEE)
Seritage Growth Properties (SRG)
Service Now Inc. (DNOW)
Shaw Communications (SJR)
Sirius XM Holdings (SIRI)
Southwest Airlines (DAL)
Starz (STRZA) 2014
Sumitomo Corp., he bought 5% of the company in summer 2020
Suncor Energy Inc. (SU) 2014
SunTrust Banks (STI) - Atlanta bank
Superior Industries Int'l (SUP)
Tanger Factory Outlet Centers (SKT)
Target Corp. (TGT)
TCA Cable TV (TCAT)
Tesco PLC ( shares Warren Buffett bought in 2006 )( TSCO in London , in Frankfurt wkn 852647 ) with P/E 16.4, P/B 2.6, P/S 0.8, P/C 10.6, ROE 17%, net profit margin 8%, before purchase average annual earnings growth +10%
Thomson Corp (TOC) - Canadian newspaper publisher
Tiffany & Co (TIF) - premier jewelry store
Times Mirror (TMC) - newspapers, owns L.A. Times
Torchmark Corp (TMK) - insurance, financial services
Town & Country Trust (TCT)
Trane Inc. (TT)
The Travelers Companies Inc. (TRV)
Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. (FOXA)
Tyco Electronics (TEL) , Tyco International (TYC)
U.S. Airways (U)
US Bancorp (USB) stocks Warren Buffett bought in 2006 with P/E 12.7, P/B 2.9, P/S 4.4, P/C 11.1, ROE 23%, net profit margin 34%, before purchase average annual earnings growth +23%
Union Pacific Corp. (UNP)
United Continental Holdings (UAL) - 2016
United Health Group Inc. (UNH)
United Parcel Service (UPS)
USG Corp (USG). Was not good buy 2006 with earnings going down.
UST Inc (UST) - smokeless tobacco, distilled spirits
VeriSign (VRSN) 2013
Verisk Analytics Inc. (VRSK), 2011
Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ) 2014
Viacom (VIA.B) - 2012
Visa (V) 2011
WABCO Holdings Inc. (WBC)
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT) - world´s largest retail store
Warner-Lambert (WLA) - drugs, consumer health care, chewing gum, mints, razors
Washington Post (WPO) - ( stocks Warren Buffett bought 1973 ), Washington Post, Newsweek, 6 TV stations, 53 cable TV systems
WellPoint Inc. (WLP)
Wells Fargo & Co. (WFC) ( shares Warren Buffett started to buy in the year 1989. 1990 bought more with P/E 5, ROE 20% ) - largest California bank
Wesco Financial Corp. (WSC) ( 80% shares owns Berkshire Hathaway holding since 1974 after acquisition WSC + BRK in 1974 )
Western Union Compan (WU)
White Mountains Insurance Group (WTM)
WilTel Comm. (WTEL)
Woolworths Group Plc. (WLW) in London - retail chain
Wrigley William Jr. Co. (WWY). Was very expensive purchase April 2008 with P/E 35, P/B 7.8, P/S 4.0, P/C 20.7, ROE 25%, net profit margin 12%.
Wyeth (WYE) - drugs
York International (YRK)
Yum Brands (YUM) - fast food
Zenith National Insurance (ZNT)
Biography of Warren Buffett in english Biografie zivotopis Warrena Buffetta 1930 - 1989 : 5 stran - 5 pages english
August 30, 1930: Warren Edward Buffett is born to his parents, Howard and Leila Buffett, in Nebraska.
1938: At 8, eight years old, Warren reads a book about stock and exchange
1941: At 11, eleven years old, Warren buys his first stock. He purchases 6 shares of Cities Service preferred stock (3 shares for himself, 3 for his sister, Doris), at a cost of $38 per share. The company falls to USD 27 but shortly climbs back to USD 40. Warren & Doris sell their stock. Almost immediately, it shoots up to over USD 200 per share.
1943: Warren declares to a friend of the family that he will be a millionaire by the time he turns thirty, or "I´ll jump off the tallest building in Omaha."
1945: Warren is making USD 175 monthly delivering Washington Post newspapers. At fourteen years old, he invests USD 1,200 of his savings into 40 acres of farmland.
1947: In his senior year of high school, Warren and a friend purchase a used pinball machine at a cost of USD 25.
Buffett begins to think about the potential profit, and places it in a nearby Barber Shop. Within months, he owns three machines in three different locations. The business is sold later in the year for USD 1,200 to a War Veteran.
1947: Warren has earned over USD 5,000 delivering newspapers. His father presses him to attend college, a suggestion Warren does not take well. Nevertheless, that year, he enrolls as a freshman at the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce in Pennsylvania. Buffett hates it, complaining he knows more than the teachers.
1949: Classmates return to find that Warren is no longer enrolled at Wharton. He has transferred to the University of Nebraska.
1949: Warren is enrolled in classes, but has already begun his life. He is offered a job at J.C. Penny´s after college, but turns it down. He graduates from college in only three years by taking his last three credits over the summer. His savings have reached USD 9,800.
1950: Buffett applies for admission to Harvard Business School and is turned down. He eventually enrolls at Columbia after learning that Ben Graham and David Dodd, two well-known security analysts, are professors.
1951: Warren discovers Graham is on the Board of GEICO insurance. He takes a train to Washington, D.C., and knocks on the door of its headquarters until a janitor lets him in. After asking if anyone is working, he find a man on the sixth floor, who ends up being high up in the company. They talk for hours while Warren questions him on the business and insurance in general. (Buffett now owns GEICO entirely).
1951: Buffett graduates and wants to go to work on Wall Street. Both his father Howard and mentor Graham urge him not to. Warren offers to work for Ben Graham for free... but Graham refuses.
1951: Warren returns home and begins dating Susan Thompson.
1951: Buffett purchases a Texaco station as a side investment. It doesn´t work out as well as he hopes. Meanwhile, he is working as a stockbroker
1951: Buffett takes a Dale Carnegie public speaking course. Using what he learnt, he began to teach a night class at the University of Nebraska, "Investment Principles". The students were twice his age (he was only 21 at the time).
April, 1952: Warren and Susie get married. They rent an apartment for USD 65 a month, and have their first child, also Susie.
1954: Ben Graham calls Warren and offers him a job at his partnership. Buffett´s starting salary is USD 12,000 a year.
1956: Graham retires and folds up his partnership. Since leaving college six years earlier, Warren´s personal savings have grown from USD 9,800 to over USD 140,000.
1956: The Buffett family returns home to Omaha. On May 1, Warren created Buffett Associates, Ltd. Seven family members and friends put in a total of USD 105,000. Buffett himself invested only USD 100. He was now running his own partnership, and would never again work for anyone else. Over the course of the year, he opened two additional partnership, eventually bringing the number under his management to three. Years later, they would all be consolidated into one.
1957: Buffett adds two more partnerships to his collection. He is now managing five investment partnerships from his home.
1957: With Susan about to have her third child, Warren purchases a five-bedroom, stucco house on Farnam street. It cost USD 31,500.
1958: The third year of the partnership completed, Buffett doubles the partner´s money.
1959: Warren is introduced to Charlie Munger, who will eventually become the Vice Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, and an integral part of the company´s success. The two get along immediately.
1960: Warren asks one of his partners, a doctor, to find ten other doctors who will be willing to invest USD 10,000 each into his partnership. Eventually, eleven doctors agreed to invest.
1961: With the partnerships now worth millions, Buffett made his first USD 1 million dollar investment in a windmill manufacturing company.
1962: Buffett returns to New York with Susie for a few weeks to raise capital from his old acquaintances. During the trip, he picks up a few partners and several hundred thousand dollars.
1962: The Buffett Partnership, which had begun with USD 105,000, was now worth USD 7.2 million. Warren and Susie personally own over USD 1 million of the assets. Buffett merges all of the partnerships into one entity known simply as Buffett Partnerships, Ltd. The operations are moved to Kiewit plaza, a functional but less-than-grand office, where they remain to this day. The minimum investment is raised from USD 25,000 to USD 100,000.
1962: Buffett consults Munger on Dempster, the windmill manufacturing company. Munger recommends Harry Bottle to Warren; a move that would turn out to be very profitable. Bottle cut costs, laid off workers, and caused the company to generate cash.
1962: Warren discovers a textile manufacturing firm, Berkshire Hathaway, that is selling for under USD 8 per share. He begins to buy the stock.
1963: Buffett sells Dempster for 3x the amount he invested (The almost worthless company had built a portfolio of stocks worth over USD 2 million alone during the time of Buffett´s investment).
1963: The Buffett partnerships becomes the largest shareholder of Berkshire Hathaway.
1964: Due to a fraud scandal, American Express shares fall to USD 35. While the world is selling the stock, Buffett begins to buy shares en masse.
1965: Warren´s father, Howard, dies.
1965: Buffett begins to purchase shares in Walt Disney Co. after meeting with Walt personally. Warren invested USD 4 million (which was equal to around 5% of the company).
1965: The American Express shares which were purchased shortly before are selling for more than double the price Warren paid for the them.
1965: Buffett arranges a business coup - taking control of Berkshire Hathaway at the board meeting and naming a new President, Ken Chace, to run the company.
1966: Warren´s personal investment in the partnership reaches USD 6,849,936.
1967: Berkshire pays out its first and only dividend of 10 cents.
1967: In October, Warren writes to his partners and tells them he finds no bargains in the roaring stock market of the 60s. His partnership is now worth USD 65 million.
1967: Buffett is worth, personally, more than USD 10 million. He briefly considers leaving investing and pursuing other interests.
1967: American Express hits over USD 180 per share, making the partnership USD 20 million in profit on a USD 13 million investment.
1967: Berkshire Hathaway acquires National Indemnity insurance at Buffett´s direction. It pays USD 8.6 million.
1968: The Buffett Partnership earns more than USD 40 million, bringing the total value to USD 104 million.
1969: Following his most successful year, Buffett closes the partnership and liquidates its assets to his partners. Among the assets paid out are shares of Berkshire Hathaway. Warren´s personal stake now stands at USD 25 million. He is only 39 years old.
1970: The Buffett Partnership is now completely dissolved and divested of its assets. Warren now owns 29% of the stock outstanding in Berkshire Hathaway. He names himself chairman and begins writing the annual letter to shareholders.
1970: Berkshire makes USD 45,000 from textile operations, and USD 4.7 million in insurance, banking, and investments. Warren´s side investments are making more than the actual company itself.
1971: Warren (at his wife´s request), purchases a USD 150,000 summer home at Laguna Beach south of Los Angeles.
1973: Stock prices begin to drop; Warren is euphoric. At his direction, Berkshire issues notes at 8%.
1973: Berkshire begins to acquire stock in the Washington Post Company.
1974: Due to falling stock prices, the value of Berkshire´s stock portfolio began to fall. Warren´s personal wealth was cut by over 50%.
1974: The SEC opens a formal investigation into Warren Buffett and one of Berkshire´s mergers. Nothing ever comes of it.
1977: Berkshire indirectly purchases the Buffalo Evening News for USD 32.5 million. He would later be brought up on antitrust charges by a competing paper.
1977: Susie leaves Warren, although not officially divorcing him. Warren is crushed.
1978: Susie introduces Warren to Astrid, who eventually moves in with him.
1979: Berkshire trades at USD 290 per share. Warren´s personal fortune is approximately USD 140 million, but he was living solely on a salary of USD 50,000 per year.
1979: Berkshire begins to acquire stock in ABC.
1981: Munger and Buffett create the Berkshire Charitable Contribution plan, allowing each shareholder to donate some of the company's profits to his or her personal charities.
1983: Berkshire ends the year with USD 1.3 billion in its corporate stock portfolio.
1983: Berkshire begins the year at USD 775 per share, and ends at USD 1,310.
Warren´s personal net worth is USD 620 million. He makes the Forbes list for the first time.
1983: Buffett purchases Nebraska Furniture Mart for USD 60 million. It turns out to be one of his best investments yet.
1985: Warren Buffett became a billionaire, his stocks were more worth than one billion dollars. The price of BRKA share was 2.600 USD. Wurde Milliardär, seine Aktien waren 1985 mehr als eine Milliarde Dollars wert. Kurs der Aktie BRKA war 2.600 USD.
1985: Buffett finally shuts down the Berkshire textile mills after years of sustaining it. He refuses to allow it to drain capital from shareholders.
1985: Warren helps orchestrate the merger between ABC and Cap Cities. He is forced to leave the Board of the Washington Post (Federal legislation prohibited him sitting on the Boards of both Capital Cities and Kay Graham´s Washington Post.)
1985: Buffett purchases Scott & Fetzer for Berkshire´s collection of businesses. It costs around USD 315 million, and boasts such products as Kirby vacuums and the World Book Encyclopedia.
1986: Berkshire breaks USD 3,000 per share.
1987: In the immediate crash and aftermath of October, Berkshire loses 25% of its value, dropping from USD 4,230 per share to around USD 3,170. The day of the crash, Buffett loses 342 million dollars personally.
1988: Buffett begins buying stock in Coca-Cola, eventually purchasing up to 7 percent of the company for USD 1.02 billion. It will turn out to be one of Berkshire´s most lucrative investments.
1989: Berkshire rises from USD 4,800 per share to over USD 8,000. Warren now has a personal fortune of USD 3.8 billion.
1999: Index Nasdaq grew +84%, but Berkshire Hathaway stock fell -30%.
2000-2002: during the big crash of stocks index Nasdaq -84% fell in 1/6. Dow Jones index fell -38% in 1/3. Stock BRKA fell -48% in 1/2 and fell only in the years 1999-2000, from maximum 80 300 dollars to minimum 41 300 dollars.
2004: Berkshire Hathaway holding has created a class B stock BRK.B as 1/30 of A class BRK.A.
2004: July 29, Thursday : Susan Thompson Buffett, the wife of billionaire investor Warren Buffett and a director in his company died of a stroke while visiting friends in Cody, Wyoming. She was 72. She had stocks for 3 billion dollars. Warren was with his wife when she died.
2006: August 30, Wednesday : Warren Buffett (76) married Astrid Menks (60).
2007-2009: during the big financial crisis index Nasdaq fell -54%. Dow Jones index fell -54% too. Stock BRKA fell -51% in 1/2 and fell from maximum 149 200 dollars to minimum 72 400 dollars.
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Warren Bufett 1932, 1935, 1948, 90´s, Susan Buffett + children kids Peter + Howard + Susie in the year 1965
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! ! ! Warren Buffett, Susan Buffett, daughter Susie and son Howard 1956 ! ! !
Warren Buffett to Barack Obama said: "What do you think of my new Yankee Doodle?"
Old rocker Warren Buffett singing rock 2010
Warren Buffett´s house, Omaha, Farnam Street, Nebraska, USA - Casa del Warren Buffett - Haus - dum Warrena Buffetta
1st. wife photo Susan Thompson Buffett + Warren Buffett , 1. Frau , 1. esposa Susan Thompson Buffett , 1. paní Buffett foto
His 2nd. wife photo Astrid Menks + Warren Buffett , 2. Ehefrau , la 2. esposa Astrid Menks , 2. paní Astrid Menks foto
Cherry coke coca cola drinking Warren
Warren Buffett with hamburger and cherry coke on plate
Warren Buffett in 20 years as teacher in the year 1950
Warren Buffett young 19 years playing ukulele in the year 1949
Warren Buffett naive art picture
Warren Buffett´s children 50 years old : Howard Buffett, Susie Buffett, Peter Buffett in the year 2006
Photo Berkshire Hathaway holding = only 14th floor of building 1440 Kiewit Plaza, Omaha, Nebraska foto
Warren Buffett and Barack Obama 18.7.2011 in Oval Office, White House, Washington
Warren Buffett said to Barack Obama: "I saw a black man, he had it so long."
Susie Buffett junior + Warren Buffett + Howard Buffett + Susan Thompson Buffett + Peter Buffett 1977
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Inside stock exchange NYSE , WallStreet , New York , photo foto
Wall Street comic picture
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2. Börse Frankfurt outside stock exchange Frankfurt
Börse Frankfurt inside stock exchange Frankfurt
Bull large picture - Toro foto grande - Býk velká fotografie
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The bulls and bears in the market - 1879 - William Holbrook Beard
Stocks and Exchange - the only Book you need
ISBN 9783848220656 contents in PDF
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