Warren Buffett’s Letter To Shareholders: Know This Before You Invest In Anything In 2023
The latest letter issued by Warren Buffett to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders is raising alarm bells among many investors. Shocking details have emerged about the businesses Berkshire is operating. While most of the analysts only focus on investment portfolio of berkshire, no one is paying attention to the other 100 billion worth of companies Berkshire own 100% and operating these companies themselves.
Lets differ from these analysts and analyze the business and investment portfolio of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway simultaneously.
This is not an attempt to paint any negative picture but an honest attempt from my side to provide the investors with detailed analysis of warren buffett’s businesses and investment portfolio. Why there are sudden swings in Berkshire and what are the alarming reasons for these wild swings and what are its implications for investors like you and me.
We all know who Warren Buffett is. According to Buffett, Berkshire was responsible for paying about 1% of all tax collected by the U.S. government in the last decade. Buffett is one of the worlds most successful investor with net worth of 108 billion dollars. Warren Buffett started investing at a young age, buying his first stock at age 11 and his first real estate investment at age 14. Buffett studied underBenjamin Graham, the father ofvalue investing, and his time at Columbia set the stage for a storied career.
He still lives in the five-bedroom house he bought in 1958 for $31,000, drinks Coca-Cola, and dines at local restaurants, where a burger or a steak is his preferred table fare.
His most famous quote is, “A simple rule dictates my buying: Be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful.”
Since last 6 months Warren Buffett is making very interesting business and investment moves. Everyone is discussing the 13F fillings and stocks Warren is buying and selling but why no one is discussing the businesses Warren Buffett owns. Even Warren himself considers Berkshire more of a operating company. In his latest letter to shareholders One repeating theme is how the company has been transitioning from an investment portfolio to a collection of operating companies.
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