Berkshire Hathaway's vast $200 billion stock portfolio is far more concentrated than you may realize, but that doesn't mean investors should follow his lead.
Berkshire Hathaway's investment in the midstream and refining giant shrinks with each passing quarter.
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A high-yield value stock, a technology leader in solar, and the biggest supplier of renewable natural gas.
The company's operations consumed a lot of cash to start 2019, but strong volume growth, improvements in its operations, and a big-oil partnership bode well.
Teladoc Health and Jumia Technologies are positioned to profit from two major demographic trends.
Management blamed everything from the weather to the federal government shutdown for its bad first quarter.
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Sales continue to fall, but management’s turnaround strategy and a return to growth in the baby products division offer reason for optimism. But there are still problems investors shouldn't ignore.
International sales continue to make up for weak North American results, while expenses continue to fall.
A double whammy of manufacturing problems hit Trex hard in the first quarter, but management is hitting back.
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A big decline in traffic and sales led to a lot of selling, but the company's focus on high-end products drives margins tantalizingly higher.
Higher expenses resulted in a big earnings miss for the high-growth online financial services company.
Improving margins and a modest profit weren't enough to make Mr. Market look past the big decline in sales to start the year.
Liquefied natural gas dynamo Chart Industries is set up to ride the oily tide of ever-increasing demand.
The issues: comp-store traffic, fighting off competition in China, and growing income faster than sales.
A huge jump in comps, driven by easier ways to order food, resulted in a massive profit jump for the company.
A new subpoena related to foodborne-illness incidents was briefly mentioned in the company's quarterly earnings filing.
The homebuilder's shift to entry-level homes played a role in its earnings decline, but management remains steadfast that the shift will pay off in the long term.