Tag Archives: Berkshire Hathaway

Sufficiently Inefficient Efficient Markets

#CKStrong  The efficient market hypothesis (EMH) says that prices reflect all available information. This leaves a lot of room for interpretation. Should asset prices be set by rational investors whose only concerns are systematic risk1 and expected returns? It seems … Continue reading

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The Oscar Trade: Long Berkshire Hathaway On Anne’s Oscar

Let’s face it folks global markets have turned into the Truman Show. In other words, much, if not, everything is pretty much fake.   An artificial housing recovery based  on repressed interest rates and the effective nationalism of the mortgage market … Continue reading

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What exactly does Warren Buffett own? – ReutersTV

With the news that Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, along with 3G Capital, is buying H.J. Heinz Co., here’s a look at the Oracle of Omaha’s extensive portfolio. (February 14, 2013) – Reuters TV (click here if video is not observable)

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What Congress Should Really Be Investigating

Tough to see Jamie be raked over the coals by Congress, who create trillion dollar deficits on annual basis and oversee the largest entity in the world by borrowing over $.40 of every dollar they spend.  No street cred, bro! … Continue reading

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Does Anne Hathaway Drive Berkshire Stock?

We posted last October our suspicions that algo/robo traders were driving the almost tick-for-tick correlation between the Australian dollar and the S&P500.  Remember those days of great fun? Now, the Atlantic suspects that algorithms may, and we stress may,  have … Continue reading

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