How to Invest Like Warren Buffett
Delve into Warren Buffett’s investment strategy.
Warren Buffett is undoubtedly one of the most-respected investors of all time. On paper, Buffett’s investment strategy is pretty simple:
Of course, what's simple in theory can be less so in execution.
If you want to emulate Buffett’s investment strategy, we’ve compiled some of Morningstar’s work on the approach he and partner Charlie Munger have pursued at Berkshire Hathaway BRK.A BRK.B. We’ve also taken a look at funds that emulate Berkshire’s style, and we’ve provided our take on what we think Berkshire Hathaway stock is worth today. We wrap things up with words of wisdom from Buffett on investing.
Warren Buffett’s company is a solid candidate for downside protection, says Morningstar’s analyst—and the stock is attractively priced, too.
We’re trimming our fair value estimate to $535,000; stock undervalued.
Morningstar’s analyst talks about recent deals, what Berkshire Hathaway stock is worth, and whether the company will pay a dividend anytime soon.
Our annual review of the funds that own the same stocks as the Oracle of Omaha.
The investing legend might take an interest in these high-quality stocks if Berkshire Hathaway were nimble enough.
Berkshire Hathaway has traditionally benefited from being able to sniff out companies with moats, including for these holdings.
Whether you’re new to the market or not, there’s plenty to learn from Berkshire Hathaway’s leader.
Warren Buffett discusses why he keeps cash on hand, warns of "bloviated bull," and explains why he's not a stock-picker.
What Berkshire Hathaway’s chairman left out of this year’s annual shareholder letter is almost as notable as what he put in.
Warren Buffett addresses Berkshire Hathaway after his exit, the problem with corporate boards, and why equities are still the place to be long-term.
In his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, Warren Buffett argues why the whole is much greater than the sum of its parts--and comments on that sizable cash stake.
In his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, Warren Buffett makes the case for doing less and sticking to the fundamentals of investing.
Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett praises indexing and American dynamism in his 2016 letter to shareholders.
America’s golden goose of commerce and innovation will continue to lay more and larger eggs, writes the Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO Warren Buffett in his annual letter to shareholders.
In the firm's annual letter to shareholders, Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger reflect on Berkshire Hathaway's history and future prospects.
More clippings—and a few thoughts—for your Oracle of Omaha file.
In his annual letter, Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO Warren Buffett laid out a case against a Berkshire dividend and a case for more big acquisitions, and issued a reminder not to worry about short-term uncertainty.
Susan Dziubinski does not own (actual or beneficial) shares in any of the securities mentioned above. Find out about Morningstar’s editorial policies.