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Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway has the cash to buy Tesla, Starbucks, or McDonald’s after the coronavirus sell-off
The conglomerate's $125 billion cash pile is worth more than the entire market cap of Boeing, PayPal, or IBM.
Billionaire investor Bill Ackman denies sounding the coronavirus alarm to tank markets and help his hedges
Ackman's Pershing Square made $2.6 billion from hedges, but cashed out $1.3 billion before his CNBC interview and didn't see extra gains on the rest.
5 reasons Warren Buffett loves stock buybacks, which US lawmakers plan to ban for companies they bail out
"Disciplined repurchases are the surest way to use funds intelligently: It's hard to go wrong when you're buying dollar bills for 80 cents or less."
In times of immense market volatility like we're seeing now due to the COVID-19 pandemic, robo-advisers help investors stay the course.
The coronavirus crash: What experts are recommending, how the world will change, and which stocks to buy
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Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway may have racked up $80 billion in coronavirus losses on its 10 biggest investments
Apple, Coca-Cola, Delta, and Berkshire's other top stocks slumped by an average of 43% in just over a month.
Warren Buffett discussed coronavirus, Coca-Cola, and past market crashes in a recent interview. Here are his 12 best quotes.
"I've always felt a pandemic would happen sometime."
‘Hell is coming’: Billionaire Bill Ackman sent the stock market spiraling during a 28-minute interview filled with dire coronavirus warnin...
"We will go through a Depression-era period in this country, and millions of people will die around the globe," he said.
Warren Buffett says ‘the most important question in the world’ is what negative interest rates would do to markets
"I don't know the answer. Now, if we knew the answer, it wouldn't be the most important question."
Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway may have suffered $70 billion in coronavirus losses on its 10 biggest investments
Apple, Coca-Cola, Delta, and other top holdings posted an average share-price decline of 37% in the past month.