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HOLD
Believes company is over valued. Owns many companies that also invests in. Would prefer a company that has lower trading multiple. Easy to replicate what Berkshire owns through ETF.
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COMMENT
He likes a lot of the companies that Berkshire owns, but he'd rather own those individual holdings, because the valuation on BRK.B is rich. But the stock may work for some because of the collection of companies the holding company owns.
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BUY
A CDR allows you to buy a smaller portion of a share, though he's not sure. Shares have fallen because their big positions, like Apple, have fallen, and the US economy has weakened. BRK will continue to do well, because the companies they own will bounce back. US banks may hit a rough patch, but the US economy will bounce back.
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TOP PICK
Folks like Bill Ackman dumped their Berkshire shares, because they felt that Warren Buffett should've bought Amazon and was holding too much cash. However, 20% of their holdings is Apple. They have $100 billion in cash. This is Berkshire's moment--an opportunity to finally deploy a chunk of that cash. This is a value play. Buffet and Munger have a succession plan in place. This offers a lot of wealth creation in coming years at low risk. (Analysts’ price target is $369.00)
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TOP PICK
It is a great asset allocator and a perpetual cash flow machine. An endurable growth business. Made a great trade on Apple and is getting into oil. Bought Allegheny, another insurance company and can use float to make more acquisitions. Was buying in February and March. Not sure if still buying in this downdraft. Buy 2, Hold 1, Sell 0
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Apr 14/21, Up 24%) It is inexpensive and returns capital to shareholders. It is basically an insurance company and almost all profits come from insurance. It has a dominating position and is on an acquisition trail.
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TOP PICK
Primary commercial property and casualty insurance. One of largest providers of re-insurance in world. Owns Burlington Northern Railroad. An improving economy is good for railroads. Exposure to agriculture, mining and forestry. Has large cash position and therefore ability to make large acquisitions and buy back stock. Owns several industrial businesses. Buy 1 Hold 2 Sell 0
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HOLD
Well-run and it own top assets. They own of the biggest rails and a lot of Apple, both doing well. It won't make as much money as other companies, but won't lose as much either. You're fine to hold onto this.
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BUY
He's thinking of buying. Buffett is buying back all the shares that he can, so you know the price is at its floor. Never bet against North American, and the perfect way to do this is to own BRK. A great collection of assets.
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BUY
They are doing better work than ever. A superior buy.
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TOP PICK
With this you get exposure to financial services and transportation as well as broad industrial exposure. One of the largest insurers in the world. Has conservative balance sheet and lots of cash. Its securities portfolio is a way to get Apple, etc. at a discount
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DON'T BUY
Instead, look at payment companies such as MA, V, or PYPL. They'll benefit in a big way from the economic recovery and return to cross-border travel.
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DON'T BUY
Portfolio is attractive, with GM, BAC, AAPL, which he all owns. He struggles why we need an intermediary to invest, tends to cost the investor money. He'd rather own the companies directly, especially when DIY trading fees have come down. Rich valuation.
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COMMENT
Banks vs. Berkshire He owns both. Rising interest rates plays well for banks. It is also good for BRK.B, with its insurance operations. Both are a core holding.
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HOLD
Don't sell, you'd pay a lot in taxes. One of the best managed companies in history. Age of Buffett or Munger shouldn't influence your decision. Not the most aggressive grower, but has lots of cash. Should start paying a dividend at some point. Wonderful, long-term investments.
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Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (B)(BRK.B-N) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 8

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 3

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 2

Total Signals / Votes : 13

Stockchase rating for Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (B) is calculated according to the stock experts' signals. A high score means experts mostly recommend to buy the stock while a low score means experts mostly recommend to sell the stock.

Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (B)(BRK.B-N) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (B) stock symbol?

Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (B) is a American stock, trading under the symbol BRK.B-N on the New York Stock Exchange (BRK.B). It is usually referred to as NYSE:BRK.B or BRK.B-N

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On 2022-09-30, Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (B) (BRK.B-N) stock closed at a price of $267.02.