It takes more than good business judgment to be an exceptional investor.
We all know very well Warren Buffett’s investing philosophy. But human nature makes it hard to follow certain aspects of it.
Over the years Warren Buffett has given a lot of advice about where we should put our money. But exactly where that is will surprise you.
Warren Buffett has much to say about many things. But his words about one of his favorite businesses can teach us all we need to know.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac grab headlines, and Warren Buffett has reveled why he sold his position that was once worth $3.9 billion.
Tom Gayner is the President and Chief Investment Officer of Markel, a specialty insurer located 102 miles south of Motley Fool HQ. Mr. Gayner kindly invited me and three other Fools to have lunch with him this week.
Larry Cunningham is the author of The Essays of Warren Buffett: Lessons for Corporate America; also contributed on The AIG Story, a book that Hank Greenberg wrote; and he has a new book coming out this fall, titled Berkshire Beyond Buffett: The Enduring Value of Values.
Buffett shows how smart people can fail miserably in evaluating risk.
A look at three life insurance companies whose stocks offer growth on the cheap.
Will Warren Buffett's son hurt Berkshire Hathaway?