By Andrew Heyl : Buffett's Big Mistake I have been a Warren Buffett fan for many years. One trait that adds to his charm, as well as his investing integrity, is his readiness to admit to his mistakes in Berkshire Hathaway, Inc.'s ( BRK.A ) annual reports, without equivocation or excuse. An ...
By SA Editor Miriam Metzinger : Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer's Mad Money TV Program, Tuesday December 3. Stocks Hate Uncertainty: Apple ( AAPL ), China Mobile ( CHL ), Johnson & Johnson ( JNJ ), J.M. Smucker ( SJM ), US Airways ( LCC ), Yum Brands ( YUM ), Chipotle Mexican
2013. On that date, Warren Buffett and his Berkshire Hathaway investment vehicle owned 40,089,371 shares of Exxon Mobil ( XOM ) stock. Exxon closed out its November 15 trading session at $95.27, which was then a 2.2% gain, upon news that Buffett
is close to agreeing to lower production targets to peak output at the giant West Qurna-1 field, operated by Exxon Mobil ( XOM ), demonstrating the challenges global oil majors face in trying to raise goals for Iraq's big southern oil fields. The new
Caterpillar ( CAT ), AT&T ( T ), Cisco ( CSCO ), Exxon ( XOM ). Other stock mentioned: Rite Aid ( RAD ) In a bull market ..... CAT ) declined 6%. AT&T ( T ) gained only 3%, Exxon ( XOM ) is up a mere 7% and Cisco ( CSCO ) has risen just 8%. IBM
Price/ Fair Value Market Cap (USD mil) # of Funds Buying Philip Morris PM 3 Wide 85.54 0.92 137,017 4 Exxon Mobil XOM 3 Wide 93.48 0.96 410,415 4 Qualcomm QCOM 3 Wide 73.58 0.98 124,461 4 PepsiCo PEP 3 Wide 84.46 0.96 129,482
By Jim Sloan : It's a lot of fun to reverse engineer Buffett. You can often tell a lot by second-derivative analysis of his deals. For instance, he didn't buy Heinz ( HNZ ) the stock, he didn't even buy Heinz the company, but he was happy to be part of a deal where he got paid the first call on ...
materials. That's it." Indeed, Foxgr01 was encouraged by Berkshire Hathaway 's BRK.A BRK.B purchase of ExxonMobil XOM shares, disclosed in Berkshire's most recent filing of its holdings. "Follow [Warren] Buffett into ExxonMobil," this
will kick in and put an informal lid on the growth of your companies going forward. As we stand here today, Exxon Mobil ( XOM ) makes between $17-$35 billion per year (depending on the fluctuations in the underlying commodities) across 40 different
By Dividend Growth Investor : I have spent the last year learning as much as possible about Warren Buffett and his right hand man Charlie Munger . There is plenty of information from both super investors to keep you occupied full-time for months if not years. The most interesting insight is that if