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Georg Schramm: Wir leben in einem großen Krieg! | 3sat 14.02.2016 - YouTube
warren buffet - war between super rich and poor, // Donald Trump is symptom // - Heinrich Heine (1797-1856) - Weltlauf !!! //&!
refugee  crisis  Angela  Merkel  warrenbuffet  Warren  Buffet  Super  Rich  1%  plutocracy  oligarchy  squeezed  middle  class  GFC  derivatives  crony  capitalism  free  market  self-regulation  Gini  coefficient  East 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to give away 99% of shares - BBC News
No longer should billionaires wait to die before handing over money to a different generation, Buffet said, in a gushing approval of Silicon Valley's newest and most influential power couple. Everything Mark Zuckerberg does is eyed with intense scrutiny, not least due to the nature of Facebook's business of making money from personal data. But while the 31-year-old's previous charitable efforts have been criticised for being too focused on building Facebook's user base, this latest pledge appears to leave the Facebook business to one side. // vs The best way to do good in the world is not to be a philanthropist. It’s to be a good capitalist. - Against Philanthropy - youtu.be/mTAE5m3ZO2E //&! http://www.techinsider.io/mark-zuckerberg-not-donating-fortune-to-charity-2015-12 &! bit.ly/1TvIZHU
warrenbuffet  Mark  Zuckerberg  philanthropy  capitalism  philosophy  Alain  de  Botton 
december 2015 by asterisk2a
Warren Buffett Crushes Republicans On Taxes - YouTube
Not having a voice. No being heard. // Empört Euch! (German) Perfect Paperback – Feb 2011 by Stéphane Hessel
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Maybe This Global Slowdown Is Different - Bloomberg View
[ warren buffet investing in america because he sees the long-term outcome of Globalisation (first was incredible pain and then a flat and then a normalisation). He is buying at the bottom of normalisation period. A truly flat, borderless world in next 20-30 years. Where USA is energy competitive with high skilled labour and top notch STEM, Research and R&D through its edu/colleges/university departments. Able to effectively compete. And also lobby for subsidies, gov contracts (ie defense, infrastructure! which will have to be replaced to the tune of trillions), effective tax avoidance & evasion. ] // Building global supply chains became so fashionable for Western manufacturers that they built them even when it made sense to keep production closer to customers; now they're retrenching and revising their approach.
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Why has Apple broken its vow of silence? - BBC News
re-pricing // would Steve Jobs have done thing?! Not back then. But this time is different. This time, Apples future growth is in China, India, emerging market, emerging middle class of the developing world with western aspirations - consumption (type patter, meat and fancy electronics with a recognisable brand behind it (so ppl can put you into the category of 'made it' - status anxiety)., not in the western world with new products. And I think he took this as an opportunity to transmit that and his confidence into the future for apple - through those lines, 'sent to a worrying investor.' Apple is one of the richest, most valuable things America got. America (Apple) has confidence into the future to sell to the emerging middle class. As much as warren buffet believes in the industrial future strength, re-emergence, to make products affordable/competitively through cheap energy that USA has access now. // &! bit.ly/1JjFsXx talking abt Apples exposure 2 China & Co. Reliant on.
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Frankreich verliert Status als Deutschlands wichtigstes Exportland - SPIEGEL ONLINE
IMF rechnet für 2015 mit einem Anstieg des BIP US um 2,5 Prozent und für 2016 mit 3 Prozent. "Wir sehen zudem eine Reindustrialisierung in den USA: Dort werden wegen der niedrigen Energiekosten viele neue Fabriken und Produktionsstätten hochgezogen", sagte Treier. "Dafür werden Maschinen und Ausrüstungen aus deutscher Produktion benötigt." Hilfreich sei zudem der schwächelnde Euro, [...] "Die Amerikaner sind relativ preissensible Käufer, auch wenn es um Luxusprodukte wie deutsche Autos geht", // Germany & UK are energy dependent, especially after Desert Storm Energy project failed. UK need the bet on STEM and digital economy and knowledge economy, added value services that can be exported & leverage "British" brand. It can not compete against cheap energy fuelled China and USA! But it did nothing, UK has to even import Nurses and Doctors now! Thanks to short-sighted ideological dogmatic austerity & policy for established businesses. low corp tax & deregulation to compete w price only.
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
No, Google’s new “Alphabet” structure is really nothing like Berkshire Hathaway - Quartz
Page pledges to “rigorously handle capital allocation and work to make sure each business is executing well.” That would be very Buffett-like, but the types of businesses Alphabet has under its umbrella definitely aren’t. They’re speculative money losers with no clear future, as opposed to Berkshire’s signature cash generators. [...] Unlike Berkshire, Google doesn’t have clearly and publicly articulated criteria for acquisitions, and little experience (and possibly interest) in buying and integrating big, mature, money-making businesses. One of Berkshire’s major advantages is that it manages to pay a lower price for businesses as it offers prestige, a long-term home, and a history of giving management autonomy. Alphabet doesn’t yet offer that. Berkshire headquarters and subsidiaries are also marked by an obsession with frugality, while Google is known for its free cafeteria and extravagantly designed headquarters. But there’s hope its new CFO is bringing some discipline.
Alphabet  Inc.  Google  Inc.  Berkshire  Hathaway  warrenbuffet  Warren  Buffet  business  strategy  corporate  strategy  corporate  culture  corporate  values 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Warning: Stocks Will Collapse by 50
Billion-dollar investor Warren Buffett is rumored to be preparing for a crash as well. The “Warren Buffett Indicator,” also known as the “Total-Market-Cap to GDP Ratio,” is breaching sell-alert status and a collapse may happen at any moment. + Fed took this week extra meeting. for what, nobody knows - only speculations.
stockmarekt  WallStreet  warrenbuffet  asset  bubble  speculative  bubbles  equity  bubble  Fed  ZIRP  QE  BOE  ECB  OMT  NIRP  New  Normal  hunt  for  yield  unintended  consequences  complexity  unknown  unknowns  unconventional  monetary  policy  monetary  transmission  mechanism  monetary  policy  2014  GFC  economic  history 
may 2014 by asterisk2a
Warren Buffett 20 September 2013 Federal Reserve greatest hedge fund | ForexLive
Says Warren Buffett: “The Fed is the greatest hedge fund in history” It’s generating “$80 billion or $90 billion a year probably” in revenue for the U.S. government [...] The Fed “is under no pressure, none whatsoever to have to deleverage,” Buffett said. “So it can pick its time, and if you have somebody wise there — and I think Bernanke is wise, and I certainly expect his successor to be — it can be handled. But it is something that’s never quite been done on this scale. It will be interesting to watch.”
ZIRP  QE  Taper  unknown  unkown  monetary  policy  Fed  complexity  benbernanke  unintended  consequences  warrenbuffet 
september 2013 by asterisk2a
Staatsanwaltschaft erließ Haftbefehl gegen Hoeneß - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Am Dienstagabend meldete sich am Rande seines Saarland-Besuchs auch Joachim Gauck zu den Vorwürfen gegen Hoeneß zu Wort: Gegenüber dem Saarländischen Rundfunk sagte der Bundespräsident, er werde "keine moralische Verurteilung vornehmen." Sein Interesse sei vielmehr, "dass wir aus solchen Fällen lernen und begreifen: Zu einer funktionierenden Demokratie gehört die Bereitschaft aller, etwas dazu beizutragen. Wir können nicht wählen, ob wir Steuern zahlen, jedenfalls nicht legal." Es gehöre "zur Verantwortung eines mündigen Bürgers, Pflichten zu akzeptieren", so Gauck weiter. "Es gehört zu einer gewachsenen Bürgerkultur, dass wir uns mitverantwortlich fühlen. Dieses Element der Mitverantwortung sollte jeder im Kopf haben, der manchmal über zu hohe Steuern stöhnt." Gauck äußerte sich auch zur Vorbildfunktion von Uli Hoeneß und sagte, Menschen seien nicht fehlerfrei, aber bei Personen, die im Fokus stünden, fielen "Fehler ganz besonders auf". Gauck fügte hinzu: "Wenn Vorbilder ihren Vorbi
billgates  role  model  taxation  moral  society  ethics  civic  culture  markzuckerberg  taxevasion  JoachimGauck  larryellison  Uli  Hoeness  democracy  warrenbuffet  culture  responsibility 
april 2013 by asterisk2a
Exclusive Warren Buffett – A Few Lessons for Investors and Managers
THE REALLY GREAT BUSINESS: High returns, a sustainable competitive advantage and obstacles that make it tough for new companies to enter

A great business has pricing power or the power to raise prices without losing business to a competitor

The best protection against inflation is a great business

THE GOOD BUSINESS: Earn good returns on tangible
invested capital

High capital intensity requires high profit margins to achieve a
decent return

THE GRUESOME: Require-a-lot-of-capital-at-a-low-return-business

An important truth

In a business selling a commodity-type product, it’s impossible to be a lot smarter than your dumbest competitor.

OTHER TOUGH BUSINESSES

I-have-to-be-smart-every-day-business

And this includes technology—a few will make money but many will lose and it’s hard to see who does what in advance

And growth has its limits—no trees grow to the sky
wealth  management  investment  management  warrenbuffet 
june 2012 by asterisk2a
Buffett Says European Bank(s) Have Asked Him For Money | ZeroHedge
Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s Warren Buffett, who has sold most of his company's holdings of European sovereign debt, said his firm isn't interested in helping to bail out lenders on the continent.

"They need capital in their banks, in many of their banks," Buffett, Berkshire's chairman and chief executive officer, told Bloomberg Television's Betty Liu on "In the Loop" today. "We would not be a good prospect," he said in an interview from the New York Stock Exchange. He's received "very, very few" calls about putting capital into European banks. "Not quite none at all," he said, declining to name any institutions."

“I think it’s a real problem of society but it will not be hurt in the least.  The top 400 in taxpayers in 2009 averaged $227 million of income per person.  The economy will not be hurt at all by taxing those who paid low rates at a higher rate.
warrenbuffet  buffet  sovereign  debt  crisis  Europe  banks  taxation  taxrate  poor  rich  trust  confidence 
september 2011 by asterisk2a
U.S. Stocks Fall as Jobless Offset BofA - Bloomberg
U.S. stocks erased gains as an unexpected increase in jobless claims helped offset Warren Buffett’s deal to invest $5 billion in Bank of America Corp. (BAC)Bank of America shares, which plunged 53 percent this year through yesterday, rose 16 percent and financial stocks in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index jumped 2.4 percent. Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (BRK/A) agreed to buy cumulative perpetual preferred stock that pays an annual dividend of 6 percent. Apple Inc. (AAPL) lost 2.1 percent, after dropping up to 7 percent in after- hours trading yesterday following the resignation of Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs.
BofA  warrenbuffet 
august 2011 by asterisk2a
Eurokrise - Hhere Steuern fr Reiche? - YouTube
Nach der Finanzkrise stehen die Staaten vor einem riesigen Schuldenberg. Der zwingt zu immer neuen Sparprogrammen. Jetzt erklären sich Superreiche bereit, zu helfen.
rich  poor  taxation  taxes  germany  USA  France  warrenbuffet  inequality  progressive  politics  generationy  generation  DIW  austerity  budget  wealth  wealth-distribution  society  culture  history  barackobama 
august 2011 by asterisk2a
Business: Washington Post Business Page, Business News
timing is the essence of investments medium to long-term. including speculators and traders.
You can be right with your call, but if you are too early ... the market runs against you no matter what. And when you lost your money ... then the market turns.
Timing is easy for long-term investors like warren buffet, he sees things 10-20yrs. 1-2 yrs off does not make a big mark.
MeredithWhitney  timing  warrenbuffet  investment  speculation 
may 2011 by asterisk2a
Omega's Cooperman Says Hedge Funds Delivering As Promised - NYTimes.com
buffet gives away, wanted to give away compound wealth

hedge funds attract best, due to fee and pay structure
people put their money in hedge funds bc they get what they want - more or less.
hedgefunds  wallstreet  warrenbuffet 
april 2011 by asterisk2a
Buffett's Ruthlessness Is Oddly Absent on Sokol - NYTimes.com
Warren E. Buffett has a favorite saying: “Lose money for my firm, and I will be understanding. Lose a shred of reputation for the firm, and I will be ruthless.”

When Mr. Buffett announced Mr. Sokol’s resignation last week in a detailed announcement, he stated, “If questioned about this matter in the future, I will simply refer the questioner back to this release.”

But given the scrutiny that Mr. Sokol’s behavior is now under, it will be hard for Mr. Buffett to dodge the inquiries.
Here are some of the questions that deserve answers from Mr. Buffett.
warrenbuffet  BerkshireHathaway  2011  insider-trading  davesokol 
april 2011 by asterisk2a
Opening Bell: 02.18.11 Dealbreaker: A Wall Street Tabloid Business News Headlines and Financial Gossip
Buffett Says Pricing Power Beats Good Management (Bloomberg)“The single most important decision in evaluating a business is pricing power,” Buffett told the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in an interview released by the panel last week. “If you’ve got the power to raise prices without losing business to a competitor, you’ve got a very good business. And if you have to have a prayer session before raising the price by 10 percent, then you’ve got a terrible business.”
warrenbuffet  business  lesson  entrepreneurship  pricing  competition  product 
february 2011 by asterisk2a
Buffett Tells Crisis Commission It's Powerless to Stop `Too Big to Fail' - Bloomberg
Buffett Tells FCIC It’s Powerless to Stop `Too Big to Fail (Bloomberg)“You will always have institutions that are too big to fail, and sometimes they will fail,” Buffett, 80, told the FCIC in a May 26 interview, according to a recording released by the panel yesterday. “We still have them now. We’ll have them after your commission report.”
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february 2011 by asterisk2a
Wealth Matters - In Shaky Recovery, Pledging Fortunes Takes Extra Effort - NYTimes.com
“When people make that decision to give their money away and then make it public, that has two significant benefits to society,” Mr. Tierney said. “Those people making the pledge will start to be asked about the timing of their philanthropy and the focus of their philanthropy, but it also makes other people ask themselves, ‘Gee, what should we do?’ That’s the real power.”
Philanthropy  warrenbuffet  billgates  recession  usa  rich 
august 2010 by asterisk2a
Buffett Turns Into One More Corporate Bubble: Alice Schroeder - Bloomberg.com
Another reason the meeting offers fewer gems is that it has grown contentious. This year, two difficult issues popped up: Berkshire’s $5 billion investment in Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Buffett’s lobbying in Washington for a special exemption to a bill regulating the derivative deals that Buffett struck shortly before the financial crisis.

Buffett could have used his position to offer moral leadership and influence the political debate on financial- services reform. Instead, he gave a vigorous defense of Goldman Sachs. He justified the technical legality of Goldman’s actions outlined in the Securities and Exchange Commission fraud suit, and was persuasive on the sentimental reasons for why he likes the company.
warrenbuffet  lobby  Lobbying  derivatives  goldmansachs  ethics  leadership 
may 2010 by asterisk2a
A Russian Star Rises in Silicon Valley - BusinessWeek
Since paying $200 million for 2% of Facebook last May, Milner has increased that stake to nearly 10%—worth perhaps $2 billion—by purchasing shares from early employees, according to two people familiar with the social network's ownership. On Apr. 19, DST took the majority of a $135 million financing round for Groupon, a Chicago-based site offering coupons for restaurants and museums. In December, DST was the biggest investor in a group that plowed $180 million into Zynga. Milner "is a trusted adviser," says Zynga CEO Mark Pincus, who says the Russian visits every month "to give input, but it's a soft touch."
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may 2010 by asterisk2a
YouTube - Buffet Cannot Escape Credit Pinch; California Foreclosure; Morgan Stanley Hires SocGen's Francois; Google Working On Opening
As credit becomes more expensive
les future investments will be made
maybe better allocation
butt gap to emerging countries narrows
creditcrisis  warrenbuffet  interestrate  interest  sovereign  debt  unintended  consequences  2009  2010  2011  2012 
may 2010 by asterisk2a
Clinton Calls Advice He Got on Derivatives ‘Wrong’ (Update1) - Bloomberg.com
April 19 (Bloomberg) -- Former President Bill Clinton said his Treasury Secretaries Robert Rubin and Lawrence Summers were wrong in the advice they gave him about regulating derivatives when he was in office.

“I think they were wrong and I think I was wrong to take” their advice, Clinton said in an interview on ABC’s “This Week” program broadcast yesterday.

Their argument was that derivatives didn’t need transparency because they were “expensive and sophisticated and only a handful of people will buy them and they don’t need any extra protection,” Clinton said. “The flaw in that argument was that first of all, sometimes people with a lot of money make stupid decisions and make it without transparency.”

“Even if less than 1 percent of the total investment community is involved in derivative exchanges, so much money was involved that if they went bad, they could affect 100 percent of the investments,” Clinton said.
billclinton  larrysummers  robertrubin  derivatives  warrenbuffet  Lobbying  lobby  lobbyist  Fed  alangreenspan  GSE  mortage  housing  bubble  fanniemae  freddiemac 
april 2010 by asterisk2a
Goldman, Buffett Said to Plan Small-Business Help (Update1) - Bloomberg.com
The initiative would aim to provide assistance -- ranging from counseling to obtaining funding -- to 10,000 U.S. businesses, according to the people, who declined to be identified before the program is announced. Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. is the largest shareholder in New York-based Goldman Sachs.

Goldman Sachs, the most profitable securities firm in Wall Street history, is trying to dispel criticism from lawmakers and pundits who portray the company as the greedy face of a financial industry whose excessive risk-taking fueled the credit crisis. Unlike competitors that make home loans and provide small-business credit lines, more than 90 percent of Goldman Sachs’s pretax earnings this year came from trading and principal investments.

The company has notified President Barack Obama’s administration about the small-business initiative, according to one of the people familiar with the program.
goldmansachs  warrenbuffet  usa  recession  2009  creditcrunch  creditline  credit  creditlines  SMB  smallbusiness  unemployment 
november 2009 by asterisk2a
Talking Business - Kenneth D. Lewis Could Run a Bank, Just Not Lead One - NYTimes.com
And then, in 2001, Mr. McColl retired, and Mr. Lewis became the boss. Unlike his legendary predecessor, however, he turned out not to be a born leader. Which goes a long way toward explaining why Mr. Lewis will soon join the likes of John A. Thain, Richard S. Fuld Jr. and Charles O. Prince III as financial chief executives who lost both their jobs and good reputations in the crisis.

The financial crisis didn’t bring down Ken Lewis so much as it exposed his flaws. He was a perfect example of Warren E. Buffett’s wonderful adage that “only when the tide goes out do you discover who’s swimming naked.”
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october 2009 by asterisk2a

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