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Funds that benefited the most from Berkshire's purchase of Burlington Northern , and more.
Management's ability to continuously reinvest earnings into Berkshire subsidiaries, which mostly have their own moats, will keep the firm's competitive advantages solid over time.
Just about every segment at Berkshire was dealing with elevated costs during the first quarter.
Noninsurance operations continue to be a source of stability, while its insurance business overall may see more meager results during the next couple of years.
Plus, railroads boost Marsico funds, and more.
We examine the holdings of the famed conglomerate.
Berkshire's portfolio can give some guidance to weary investors.
Week ending June 9: Fed chairman's comments spook markets.
Alternative methods have some use, but we think discounted cash flow is the most fundamentally sound way to value the conglomerate, as we discuss in the final installment of our 5-part series.
Railroads bolstered our confidence in the persistence of excess returns via solid performance through the recent recession and coal weakness.