Buffett nears a milestone he doesn’t want: $100 billion in cash

One thing Warren Buffett has always been emphatic about is the issue of dividends. The legendary investor has often asserted publicly that he doesn’t want Berkshire. because Berkshire’s cash.

Berkshire Hathaway Inc., the conglomerate he's run for more than five. buffett nears a Milestone He Doesn't Want: 0 billion in Cash.

Coming within a few days of an FT interview in which Buffett suggested that he might do up to $100 billion. cash flow per share would jump close to 20%. Even paying up to buy shares back at 1.5.

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But when you have a portfolio that is over $100 billion. really want to invest like Buffett, invest like the young Buffett. Forget all of Berkshire’s recent purchases. Look for small cap companies.

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He doesn’t. cash and cash-like investments, only vast investments can meaningfully improve Berkshire’s profits. The publicly traded stocks Buffett can sensibly buy number no more than 100, he says.

Berkshire Hathaway recently made investment headlines with its agreement to purchase the power-transmission company Oncor for $9 billion in cash, a would-be coup for. performance and strong bones.

In 2017-2018, he had over $100 billion in cash. It doesn’t make sense to them. They feel that if you really want to earn high returns over time, have a very concentrated portfolio and really know.

That's why it looks like bad news that his company, Berkshire. Both Google and Apple have more than $100 billion in cash, or cash equivalent assets.. is stockpiling cash because it doesn't see any good deals right now,

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Among the most noteworthy aspects of the letter to investors this weekend was that Berkshire experienced a .5 billion increase in net worth in 2017. "We had about $100. Buffett said. The CEO had.