17 Burst results for "Mr Buffet"

"mr buffet" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"mr buffet" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"They've got money. Why do they need to work well. It's nice to be able to pal around with warren buffett jump on his plane. I don't think they do it anymore. But fly down to augusta and play golf take him on the phone during your bridge game at the club and all i had to take this call it's from warren buffett and so they've stuck around but these were good managers. When they sold the businesses they stayed on as good managers and the question was have they developed their own benches inside of those those companies and and i'm satisfied with what i've seen in all kinds of the digging that we've done that they really have thought long and hard within each of those myriad operating subs about succession planning ashida as you know now heads the insurance operations rations greg able runs the balance of the operating businesses. There's a question as to a sheets succession. We've heard mr buffet for years. In years. Talk about how important he is to berkshire and there's no doubt he's that important to the national indemnity piece of the business but my understanding is his ability to price businesses is like no other in my presumption would be that they've developed a bench underneath as sheet as you know he spends a lot of time on the phone with mr buff and they talk about deals and warren talks about him being that much more brilliant than anybody's encountered if any happens to zt and there's no bench underneath them does that imply them. Some portion of the business of they've written needs to being run off and that we can't write that type of business some of these odd one policy they've written. I don't know that's a question. That probably should have been asked at the meeting this year. I think deserves an answer at some point in the near future. <hes> i think mr buffet at eighty eight and mr monger at ninety five is brilliant as they both are. I applaud them for bringing greg able and gedin this year to answer some of the questions..

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"mr buffet" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"mr buffet" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"So as you developed over the years, I think you famously said that you and your wife would individual beginning days would be happy your goals to get the ten thousand dollars in retirement account and the you grew Dorsey to to a manager with many employees, all sorts of indexes and funds. Dorsey ideas have been based off that are multi billion dollars now, talk to me a little bit. I know there's there's some questions that listeners would immediately pop into their head and the first one that I always get, and I'd love to hear perspective of, okay, Tom, I get it. This makes sense. Are you going to tell me you're totally going to ignore fundamentals? Where does valuation come into play? How does all this impact? So I love to hear your your spots now. I think that's beautiful because fundamental answer the first question, what should I what the technical side answers the question went. So as Warren Buffett is a value investor. Fantastic. Mr. buffet, please give me a list of all of. I'll you stocks that you think are of value and I'll put them in our relative strength mate, and I'll pick out the ones that are ready to move now, so I can be value investor. But the last thing I'm going to do is be the typical value investor where I buy a stock that's of value if fits in with with that. Definition, and I sit back and wait for other people to see that I'm right and then might be five or ten years from now. I would rather take the list and find out those stocks that are ready and we're demand is beginning to control them. Now, again, stocks in motion or things in motion will tend to be in motion until acted upon up support stocks. Going down that evalu- stock. They're fundamentally sound, but they're going down in price. Eventually, something will happen if they stay in business or demand will take control. Well, if I'm watching and Yogi Berra once said this, he said, you can observe a lot just by watching. If you keep watching and you set your systems today to watch for you, then you'll see these values stocks begin to change. So I can take any list of anything from Indonesia to Malaysia to Malta to France. It doesn't make any difference to me. You give me the list of the greatest things that you think there's some spread. I'll put them into a matrix and we'll find out which ones are the best. So that's the way you want to do is take the. Fundamentals and then work from there. And so as you guys started developing ideas and growing the company and as ETF's came on the scene, maybe start to walk through a couple of your concepts behind some of, I think what you call smart indexing and so whether you know your thoughts about applying these ideas to portfolios because so for really longtime, y'all's wheelhouse was educating advisors and providing tools advisors. But now you also have the ability.

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"mr buffet" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"mr buffet" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"The only way I'm gonna know that is to basically wait until that moment and decide whether or not I wanna do that. But of course, I can't cancel on people if booked events. So I've just I've just found in in my life that the things I put on my calendar. 'cause it's so easy to put something far in advance on your calendar. It costs nothing in a sense. It doesn't take any of your time now. It doesn't take any time next week. It's like four months from now. Sure, I'll do that. And then it comes up on that and like I wish I would have said yes to that. Not because of the thing itself, but because of the feeling of being now obligated to do something, they may not choose to one to done in that moment. Had I had the choice then or now. Can you give us some sample language or just a basic kind of template that you would use to polite decline? Yeah, politely declined something somebody hits you up lit. Let's just say, you actually know them. They're like, hey, six months from now on such such date, reminisce bent. ABC impressive speakers coming double block. What is your response look like? Well, I mean, sometimes I will say yes, but most of the time I'll say, say, thanks for writing. Appreciate the invitation. I can't book anything that far advanced right now. I have a hard time filling my calendar, six months ahead of time or something like that. Let me think about the language basically say, I'd say. I, I can't book anything that far in advance. Sometimes it's because I'll the specific like my wife is pregnant and like, you know, like that's close. So I can't do that. But there's other times I'm just like, I just can't book that far advance. If if there's an opening closer and you need someone like lemme know, then I'd be happy to do it or perhaps another time. But six months from now is just too far out for me to book things is kinda what I'll say. And you know, I always try to for it's an honor to be invited to anything. The fact anyone wants to hear me talk is is still surprises me. And so I always, I always appreciate it. I'm sure I always make sure to lead with that. But then I just I honest about it, which is I can't put my foreign events. I can't book things that events. Also. Another thing, like for example, I've been asked a lot recently to speak internationally and I'll just tell people which is true. Like I just don't like to travel internationally for business. If I'm going to go somewhere, I'd I'd like to go somewhere because I, you know, for personal reasons, but I don't like to travel national business to say like, I just not traveling internationally for business right now sent something I'm really doing. So I appreciate the invitation again, if you ever have eventing states Leno, that kind of stuff. 'cause I think if you just make up stories, why why not just be honest in clear about it and. People are very understanding. Actually, the guy I totally get that, hey, if we have an opening, I'll let you know if not no big. You'll maybe another time. Maybe there's some other thing coming up. That's that sooner. I said the, of course, let me know of something sooner. That'd be. That'd be great. So kind of do that way in by the way this this sort of inspired by. And I don't know if this is true. I read somewhere that Warren Buffett kinda does with meetings. And again, I don't know if this is true. I read it, which is that if you wanna meet with him, you basically have to write his assistant or whatever the day before. So if you if you if you right, I'm sure there's exceptions to this rule, but most cases, if you wanna meet with him, you can't say, hey, I'd like I'm going to be an Omaha in March. March twenty second, can I can I, you know, meet up with Mr. buffet or something. And the answer would be when you get on the twenty-first Email me then. And if he has any openings the next day, then he'd be happy to be with you and. Now, of course, he's Warren Buffett, people people in Britain about this. Oh, he's Warren Buffett, like thing is, is that he's Warren Buffett, but you are you and your time is yours just like his his, his attention is his and yours is yours and who cares how wealthy he is?.

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"mr buffet" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"mr buffet" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"The only way I'm gonna know that is to basically wait until that moment and decide whether or not I wanna do that. But of course, I can't cancel on people if booked events. So I've just I've just found in in my life that the things I put on my calendar. 'cause it's so easy to put something far in advance on your calendar. It costs nothing in a sense. It doesn't take any of your time now. It doesn't take any time next week. It's like four months from now. Sure, I'll do that. And then it comes up on that and like I wish I would have said yes to that. Not because of the thing itself, but because of the feeling of being now obligated to do something, they may not choose to one to done in that moment. Had I had the choice then or now. Can you give us some sample language or just a basic kind of template that you would use to polite decline? Yeah, politely declined something somebody hits you up lit. Let's just say, you actually know them. They're like, hey, six months from now on such such date, reminisce bent. ABC impressive speakers coming double block. What is your response look like? Well, I mean, sometimes I will say yes, but most of the time I'll say, say, thanks for writing. Appreciate the invitation. I can't book anything that far advanced right now. I have a hard time filling my calendar, six months ahead of time or something like that. Let me think about the language basically say, I'd say. I, I can't book anything that far in advance. Sometimes it's because I'll the specific like my wife is pregnant and like, you know, like that's close. So I can't do that. But there's other times I'm just like, I just can't book that far advance. If if there's an opening closer and you need someone like lemme know, then I'd be happy to do it or perhaps another time. But six months from now is just too far out for me to book things is kinda what I'll say. And you know, I always try to for it's an honor to be invited to anything. The fact anyone wants to hear me talk is is still surprises me. And so I always, I always appreciate it. I'm sure I always make sure to lead with that. But then I just I honest about it, which is I can't put my foreign events. I can't book things that events. Also. Another thing, like for example, I've been asked a lot recently to speak internationally and I'll just tell people which is true. Like I just don't like to travel internationally for business. If I'm going to go somewhere, I'd I'd like to go somewhere because I, you know, for personal reasons, but I don't like to travel national business to say like, I just not traveling internationally for business right now sent something I'm really doing. So I appreciate the invitation again, if you ever have eventing states Leno, that kind of stuff. 'cause I think if you just make up stories, why why not just be honest in clear about it and. People are very understanding. Actually, the guy I totally get that, hey, if we have an opening, I'll let you know if not no big. You'll maybe another time. Maybe there's some other thing coming up. That's that sooner. I said the, of course, let me know of something sooner. That'd be. That'd be great. So kind of do that way in by the way this this sort of inspired by. And I don't know if this is true. I read somewhere that Warren Buffett kinda does with meetings. And again, I don't know if this is true. I read it, which is that if you wanna meet with him, you basically have to write his assistant or whatever the day before. So if you if you if you right, I'm sure there's exceptions to this rule, but most cases, if you wanna meet with him, you can't say, hey, I'd like I'm going to be an Omaha in March. March twenty second, can I can I, you know, meet up with Mr. buffet or something. And the answer would be when you get on the twenty-first Email me then..

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"mr buffet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"mr buffet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Risks in addition people often have some restriction investors don't want to invest in commodities others have tax consideration so the best way to deal with the emotional challenge is to very explicit about what the portfolio is trying to achieve i think one of the classic examples paps about this is actually warren buffett isn't it he he's talked about his failure for example to invest in apple tech stocks how'd you think about tech stocks nyse firing index the moment close to record highs this is really the issue about the future of investing and where you choose to put your money a new era of these sort of stock market darlings well it is a new era and i think what you're seeing in tech is indicative of a broader global trend which is a winnertakeall mentality in this is most visible in tech where you've got a number of giants many of the united states some increasingly in china that are dominating areas in a way we've not seen in many many decades now i do think their pockets of technology where you do see excess but in general i don't think this is nine hundred ninety nine many of the tech companies that we talk about global champions they're incredibly profitable they have various to entry in some cases warren buffett may not invest an apple many of these companies have exactly the types of characteristics very defensible repeatable business models that mr buffet is often favored so you technology stocks alleged china what about china's bond markets seen seismic growth and it's coming into the mainstream.

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"mr buffet" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"mr buffet" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"But that is when best money returns welcome back to pass money rat poison baby brains and turds just a few of the adjectives used by billionaires warren buffett bill gates and charlie munger at the berkshire hathaway shareholder meeting to describe it bitcoin now bump it is the oracle of omaha pk is the crypto baller from the upper east side he's over at the plasma where he's going to rebuff buffet okay so we're going to play a sound bite of what was said and then get your response here's what buffett said about the speculative nature of bitcoin when you buy nonproductive assets all your counting on is whether the next person is going to pay you more because they're even more excited about another next person coming along but the asset itself is creating nothing became response well my response is this here's the bulletpoint buffet said the same thing about commodities and it's just a difference in investment styles buffet doesn't think that commodities have any value either but when you're talking about bitcoin and crypto currencies and i want to be clear my investments are on crypto currencies in general not just bitcoin but they are the you'll for the blockchain and combining a token or quibdo currency with the blockchain is a powerful powerful economic model that we haven't seen before and i don't think mr buffet as seeing it either also swapped box this morning berkshirehathaway vice chairman charlie munger said this about the crypto currency.

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"mr buffet" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"mr buffet" Discussed on WCHS

"In one place this is the usa financial jio show once again with mike walters here's mark merson welcome back to the program if you follow investing even in the slightest bit you undoubtedly know the name warren buffett and what's interesting about warren buffett is one of the things that he has said in the past and some comments that he's made is the fact that his tax rate his always been lower than his secretaries it's really interesting when you think about the fact that the wealth that he has and then you look at the income that he has and for his tax bracket to actually be lower than his secretaries is really quite interesting a lot of it has to do with where is his income coming from there are different ways that different types of assets and income sources get taxed and so you know that that is one of the raging debates that we always hear about in terms of how our tax code operates in and what seems to be fair or doesn't seem to be fair and i'll leave that political discussion alone but i will say this which we've discussed here at usa financial radio many times before if you don't know the rules to the game you're generally going to lose the game that's just kinda how the nature of this sort of thing works and really that's the exact same nature of how the tax code works if you understand the nature of the tax code and taxation and how it operates you are at an extreme advantage to your neighbor who doesn't understand these things and it just so happens that a gentleman of that kind of wealth who has done that well and has that many advisers around him mr buffet has a very good chance of knowing all the ins and outs of the rules of the game probably more so than his secretary does well here's the thing here's here's why we bring this up the third dimension as you look at diversification in in in you manage your portfolio new manager wealth and it really doesn't matter whether you're your wealth is three thousand dollars or three million dollars you still have to look at diversification this way in the third dimension of how we want to look at it and how we look at it here at usc financial radio is diversifying from a tax perspective and the truth of.

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"mr buffet" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

Talk 1300 FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mr buffet" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

"You where i'm not sure what the federal government can and can't do do pretty much anything they can do anywhere that those are not quote sovereign nations quote unquote will they think they are bad tie that got settled in the courts as well do clifton in fort worth texas hello i drug legalization was mentioned earlier about states legalizing and i wanted to ask your guest what matters more to them what people do on the weekend or whether they're sober enough to do the job when they're on the clock we should i think differentiate here mister buffet is speaking about this opioid epidemic and i don't think that you are correct me if i'm wrong talking as much about let's say marijuana as you are about some other drugs about all drugs well i know but my question was to mr buffet which was which are you talking about the most here opioids or marijuana in the notion of somebody just casually token up on the weekend i don't think is the central thrust of what you writing about i i'm not but i'm completely opposed to somebody doing that as well and i think that that what happens is that you you move on you start moving society in a certain direction and you know that i mean everybody knows that you've seen it happen and as you start legalizing drugs i think you start putting people in positions that are going to damage their health and other people's health in different ways so you know i don't think there's anything such thing as a victimless use of drugs if you use cocaine casually marijuana casually either one that money's going back to the cartel so it doesn't like it is not necessarily i mean for example now the the recreational use of marijuana has been legalized in a number of places and you an act you being grown under legal circumstances i suppose still a lot of that money may go to the cartels but some of it is going parents to what are now deemed to be legitimate legal businesses.

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"mr buffet" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"mr buffet" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Warren buffett he made some comments about investors that would be well served if they follow the instructions in his will there's about four sentences here do you mind if i read them no i think it would be good because that way you can share the content with our listeners go ahead thank you mr buffet wrote that he advised as trustee to put ten percent of the cash and short term government bonds and ninety percent and very low has some five hundred index fund and he goes on to mention the company but my question to you and my comments to you found a strange that he's strictly under the s and p five hundred with my understanding is that's all largecaps he's avoiding mid and small cap companies and international anymore diversification what are your thoughts on you do get a lot of diversification and the s and p five hundred but you do get more diversification and the total stock market index and i think it would have me from my point of view i'm not going to have an opportunity to ask warren buffett what he's thinking but from my point of view if i were writing that i would make that change i would say first of all i'm not sure about that allocation i think it's to my personal opinion is it's too aggressive but i rather see much more balance in the portfolio than east providing but knowing knowing knowing how warren buffett thinks this is consistent with his previous statements having said that it would make more sense.

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"mr buffet" Discussed on Talk Radio 101

Talk Radio 101

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"mr buffet" Discussed on Talk Radio 101

"Let's get rich on the line in nevada to hi bob welcome hi i'm a very very very long time listener thank you for taking my call i think probably my second or third call into you over a long time your mind warren buffett he made some comments about investors that would be well served if they follow the instructions in his will there's about four sentences here do you mind if i read them no i think it would be good because that way you can share the content with our listeners go ahead thank you mr buffet wrote that he advised as trustee to put ten percent of the cash and short term government bonds and ninety percent and very low l some p five hundred index fund and he goes on to mention the company but my question to you and my comments to you i found it strange that he's strictly under the p fivehundred my understanding that's all largecaps he's avoiding mid and small cap companies and international anymore diversification what are your thoughts on us get a lot of diversification and the s and p five hundred but you do get more diversification and the total stock market index and i think it would have me from my point of view i'm not going to have an opportunity to ask warren buffett what he's thinking but from my point of view if i were writing that i would make that change i would say first of all i'm not sure about that allocation i think it's to my personal opinion is it's too aggressive but i rather see much more balance in the portfolio than these providing but knowing knowing knowing how warren buffett thinks this is consistent with his previous statements having said that it would make more sense to me though to use the total stock market index for whatever stock market allocation he's he's giving in that particular presentation.

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"mr buffet" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"mr buffet" Discussed on WSB-AM

"You should sell your stock and then okay so you say so you've got twenty percent profit in a stock the whole portfolio and everybody's telling you to sell when you got twenty percent profit is it everything or just you have a particular company that you have profited yeah i've got i've got some stocks that i have almost one hundred fifty to two hundred percent profit and i just never took the profits well i it's funny that you mentioned that everyone everyone says to do that i must have not i i don't know if i've met everyone because i've never heard that in my life and i've been investing for twenty some years so no i i've i've never even heard that when you get a twenty percent profit it'd be twenty percent jim that's a that's a decent year in the s and p five hundred last year the sp up twenty two percent so if you did that every time the market did well you you'd be missing out on an awful lot that the market works in big fits and starts it's feast or famine over time and for the most part you know what i'm reminded of from your call jim i just have you have you read so this is not everyone and i don't think mr buffet has been introduced to mr everyone but if you read the annual letter from warren buffett this year no sir i have not take a look at this one of the most remarkable things that i have ever ever seen in investing and has to do with the very first page of berkshire hathaway's annual letter and that annual letter shows what warren buffett is done from nineteen sixty five until today in his portfolio and he lists right next to the s p five hundred in each each year comparing the two the snp since he started back in nineteen sixty five has grown in the shocking number fifteen thousand percent too little even more than that but if you look in the warren buffett column the berkshire hathaway calm you look down down down from nineteen sixty five all those years until last year twenty seventeen and this is from a guy who takes the opposite the opposite approach of what you just mentioned he never sells his winners ever sells his women's except for a.

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"mr buffet" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mr buffet" Discussed on WCHS

"Camper but budget don't whatever they call it i was very like many people not very happy but i think i'm starting to see what he might have had in mind because he didn't get a lot of stuff you the subject at hand of course he didn't get much at all for the wall so what are yes sir this is going to bring it all together well i think let's let our guest comment about that i i doubt that it is that fisher a move either mr buffet but again you work with what you've got and given the reluctance on the part of far too many of our members of congress to actually enforce our borders this may be the best available option at this time is inefficient as it may be well if i had to pick an option out of the department of defense i pick the us coast guard they are a law enforcement agency basically they operate on navigable waters you could put them to work on the rio grande river which is a long stretch of the border they they have the authority to operate as customs officers so they already have that statutory authority so i don't know the national guard is the best selection when you take the coast guard they have the ability to arrest detain and do everything that the border patrol can do now it might take some clarification to build a get them to operate on land but you already have a large stretch of the border that they could add quite a bit too in the rio grande river outstanding well that's certainly something to keep in mind all right for those of you online by the way we will get to your calls in just a moment i would you like to.

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"mr buffet" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"mr buffet" Discussed on WLOB

"Oh yeah we yes sir we have we have three properties on the is the first step in that's happening as we speak i'm sure i know they're limited in what they can do what i want to say when the when this last budget passed order ombu i was very like many people not very happy but i think i'm starting to see what he might have had mind because he didn't get a lot of speed walking according to the subject at hand of course he didn't get much at all for the wall so what are yes sir this is this is going to bring it all together well i think let's let our guest comment about that i doubt that it is that a fisher move either mr buffet but again you work with what you've got and given the reluctance on the part of far too many of our members of congress to actually enforce our borders this may be the best available option at this time is inefficient as it may be well if i had to pick an option out of the department of defense i pick the us coast guard they are law enforcement agency basically they operate on navigable waters you could put them to work on the rio grande river which is a long stretch of the border they have the authority to operate as customs officers so they already have that statutory authority so i don't know the national guard is the best selection when you take the coast guard they have the ability to arrest detain and do everything that the border patrol can do now it might take some clarification to build a get them to operate on land but you already have a large stretch of the border that they could add quite a bit too in the real grinding river outstanding well that's certainly something to keep in mind all right for those of you online by the way our guest is graciously agreed to stay into the next hour so we will get to your calls in just a moment results may vary not a solicitation for legal services if you owe the irs back taxes payroll taxes or have not filed your returns the irs will get you they can take your property take you to.

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"mr buffet" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

The Money Guy Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"mr buffet" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

"A billion dollar gain is nonetheless real meaning that berkshire hathaway appreciated by sixty five billion dollars since last year for dino how big berkshire hathaway is by the way at nod dealt you'd i looked at a i looked at seven hundred and two billion inasa out and three hundred forty eight billion of equity going to take out liabilities and so forth so so you can see tab an increase of sixty five billion is a big via a substantial he goes on he says russ he says but only thirty six billion came from burke shaher's operations the remaining twenty nine billion was delivered to us in december when congress rewrote the us tax code that's a human rights though i like the he says that twenty nine was delivered to us like is mi just hand them a president in a ton of what happened in so what he's saying is in criminal wrong this had the tax code not been changed than there you know their profit or their earnings would have been listed at thirty six billion as opposed to 25 that's exactly right lewis is a big batch of money that has come in their way and in here's what's interesting about this tax change i mean 'cause it you realize we dropped down to twenty one percent for seconc islands i mean that is a substantial drop so this is going to somehow work its way through the economy we'll see it still remains to be seen voted but it's pretty optimistic based upon what would on mr buffet had to say and so you know if if i'm just a normal average everday investor out there and i hear that this company berkshire hathaway i'll last year might have had thirty six billion but now at sixty five billion what are the real world consequences of that how would that affect me as an everyday investor.

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"mr buffet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mr buffet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"How does that not offer a contradiction yeah well there a it is a contradiction uh the you know how to how do you pay for these monies the i mean i mean how do you pay for these programmes uh you know i think the current leadership in washington you know as felt that we need less washington we need less federal government services but uh i don't know the next crew that comes in might wanna do something else the reason why the focus on health care is because of the demographic bulge of the baby boom generation going be very tiring yes and so the cost is going to go up and then i recently uh was at a conference and heard one theory about why we have such sluggish growth and low unemployment alot um inflation eight speakers as baby boomers aid tried to have an economy is they're pulling out of their a they're they're exiting the job market can occur maker survey was correction go ahead so important that the navy mazda nor mr basil's mr diamond and mr buffet go to the hungry tapeworm this is our medical system daniel angered to the rescue it was slate tapeworms don't make you hungry that's the research now that i've ever had a tapering via to taper pin knuckle and i've i've not i've done heather take form but they they can cause of vitamin b twelve deficiency in some patients but they just they they don't make you hungry you just are not interested in eating eat maybe he would have saved that frei holder surveyed as limited as you know he's rethinking by he shied this morning i just i'm getting very afraid because as i am listening to these interesting vox the dow futures are now down one hundred ninety three point seven i'm starting to hide are hearing 130 headline at that they'll hungry we go then they and even less money yes out there who else as an p futures down two nasdaq futures now town thirty continuing the cell in a global the vicks thirteen point nine nine it's been a real jump blizzard saunders major shout out to listen saunders of charles schwab would've bruin observation on the oddities.

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"mr buffet" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"mr buffet" Discussed on WCTC

"Billionaires mcdonald's subsidizing at billionaire v billionaire of now nurse here's ears one problem though with his optimism he said it's been two hundred forty one years since thomas jefferson wrote the declaration of independence mmm being short on america has been a losers game i predict to you will will continue to be a losers game the only thing is forgetting about is very soon thomas jefferson we'll be eliminated from all history book salleh about running the declaration of independence yeah and then the declaration of independence will have to be rejected because it was written by um a slave owner yeah i've of i'm i'm really surprised mr buffet broke brought it up that's wrong exactly an jet well they're here we are word there to demonize him before and you know before anybody the left him the um uh if you bought for the talked about that during the recession saying look if you if you look at the growth it's going to continue you know in invest invest wisely corsie's the expert on that but invest for the long term was his point you know people freak out of them and you know for good reason during a recession during the risk especially the recession we had um but he said look if you if you look at the years um you look at the growth in the us the us is always going to be a good back having said that it always goes back to and i mentioned cocacola his stake and cocacola news was on cnbc in this goes back a few years but the ceo of cocacola was asked about in a what of the plan through goco while we're going to invest here we're going to us in this and we're going to and how much is that is going to be in the.

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"mr buffet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"mr buffet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The stores open and you have retail customers in south texas certainly many in houston perhaps hundreds of thousands even you've got corporate customers have got institutional customers what specifically have you decided to undertake on behalf of customers in the way of relief so if you think about on the consumer side we've already announced that as we did was say india or katrina or all the other natural disasters she basically tell people get your life bakken porter dole worry if you don't pay we're not going to hold against of refund late fees refund they don't play payments against people all those types of things we did for years for sandy another place where people dislocated sets the first order business to make sure that they know they have to take care of themselves and not worry about the issues of if i'm late on may payment because i can't make the payment thing so we just say forget about it we'll take care that so we waive all those fees retroactively we way the late payments retroactively across the products then a second question is in the aftermath of and you have to worry about the of the damage they suffered helping and get their insurance payments and give them the place clean backup in in in their houses back and repair the car are back at the state of michigan new car and so we help in that process process the insurance famous and checks and he'll a large volumes in very quickly so you have to be prepared to do that like we did in the other disasters but mostly in on the business side is making sure business a red operate so you know every store needs cashpoint and currency so worship and that down and getting ready and making sure ready to go let's return if we may to the subject of mr buffet in his shareholding it back for america he is now the largest shareholder larger even than black rock he has long had a dialogue as you know with ceos of wells fargo where he's been a longtime shareholder what kind of input bryant or you hoping to.

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