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David Hanson

David Hanson


David has been with The Motley Fool since 2013. He is a graduate of the University of Miami. Follow David on Twitter for all things finance, marketing, and investing.

Recent articles

What's Changed for Big Bank Stocks in the Last 2 Years?

A look at investing in one of the slowest sectors around, and how the 2008 financial crisis changed the banking world.

Two New Stock Picks Every Month!

From the team that's tripled the market...

4 in 5 Americans Are Ignoring Buffett's Warning

Don't be one of them.

Berkshire Weekend 2015 Review

Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson return to the studio to discuss their trip to Omaha.

The 1 Money-Making Lesson Warren Buffett Wishes He Learned Earlier

Warren Buffett changed his billion-dollar empire for the better.

The Disney Hero Who Should Control This $300 Billion Empire

Disney's CEO could be just the man to replace Warren Buffett.

Surprisingly, This Warren Buffett Myth Is Dead Wrong

Warren Buffett may not know who is going to step into his billionaire-shoes.

Should Everyone Try to Be Like Billionaire Warren Buffett?

Should you start a business like Warren Buffett's?

The Biggest Threat to Warren Buffett's Cash Machine

A effort to destroy the company's long-term time horizon could ruin Buffett's empire.

Surprisingly, Warren Buffett Thinks Being Cheap Is a Beautiful Thing

What business is Warren Buffett's crown-jewel?

Warren Buffett's Secret Key to Building an Money-Making Empire

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway will live on and thrive without him.

Here's How to Make Sure AIG Is on the Right Track

AIG cleaned up it's mess, but how do you make sure it stays clean?

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5 Investing Lessons I Learned Eating Lunch With Tom Gayner

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.

Does This Man Deserve Credit for AIG's Turnaround

Robert Benmosche came in as the AIG CEO, out of retirement, to turn the ship around.

An Interview with Author Larry Cunningham

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.

This Man Will Not Destroy Warren Buffett's Empire Berkshire Hathaway Inc.

Will Warren Buffett's son hurt Berkshire Hathaway?

Warren Buffett Is Betting $14 Billion on This Man

Warren Buffett's $14 billion stake in American Express says a lot about CEO Kenneth Chenault.

4 Money Lessons From a Man Who Died a Billionaire

“The Davis Dynasty” isn't just a book – it’s a treasure trove of wise investing decisions.

Why Wells Fargo and Citigroup Investors Should Be Happy

Wells Fargo and Citigroup show potential despite posting disappointing earnings results this season.

This Tiny Bank Is Amazing, But Very Expensive

Although Bank of the Ozarks may have good operations, its expensive book value lowers the expectations for healthy returns.