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10 stocks Warren Buffett would love

These companies meet the Oracle of Omaha's tried-and-true investing criteria.

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Sep 11, 2013 11:46AM
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Such an over-generalization of Warren's investing principals...they missed reviewing the management team, dividends, and also Warren's desire to understand what the company does and how it fits into the global market ensuring it will have long term footing...poor article and poor research...
Sep 11, 2013 1:23PM
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Warren doesn't own a computer, I doubt he gives a poo about "cloud"    he definitely doesn't care about retail or dollar stores.        Who ever wrote this just take Warran's name in the title.    The companies aren't even on Buffet's radar.
Sep 17, 2013 1:35PM
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Buffet wouldn't go anywhere near these companies.  Dollar Tree sells nothing but junk and Bed, Bath & Beyond are vastly overpriced. 

Once inflation hits, their doors will close.  Better solutions might be Marshalls, Ross Dress-for-Less and TJ Max for the same stuff, but at a more reasonable cost...
Sep 11, 2013 3:17PM
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It figures that this site would use Warren's name to try and get some credence for this stupid **** article. People don't believe a word these idiots make / say on this site.

 

Obviously this site is tied into NBC and guess what MSNBC who brings to you people like Al Sharpton, Rachael Maddow, etc, etc.

Sep 17, 2013 2:04PM
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Isn't everything from Dollar Tree made in China. Probably not a good investment.

Sep 16, 2013 8:01PM
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Buffett buy at  3,00$, you buy at 5,00$ or more
Sep 17, 2013 3:31PM
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I understand he is no longer a fan od ObamaCara and wants it scrapped . This is the problem with guys like Buffet, they can sway others, large number of other, to believe in something that isn't going to be good for themselves. He finally admitted ObamaCare is going to destroy the little guys and he is right ,this time. Remember Buffet was one of Obama's strongest supporters and one of his backers when it come to ObamaCare. The only persons left on the planet that think ObamaCare is a good thing are the 15 million freeloaders who will get it for nothing, Nancy Pelosi and Obama. The rest of us will be the one's mostly affected and hurt by it's implementation.
Sep 17, 2013 1:39PM
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No mention of Buffett stating it's time to scrap the health care act and start over.
Sep 17, 2013 3:06PM
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Oh Warren, forgot to say the bone breaking, low paying jobs include Americans and China.  
Sep 11, 2013 3:53PM
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When the Oracle talks, just listen it's always lucrative.  
Sep 11, 2013 12:58PM
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All of these stocks are way too high when looking at a long-term chart.  Sure they could go higher but there are plenty of other stocks that are low right now and haven't participated in this most recent bull market that I would rather buy.  They may interest Buffet now that he has tons of cash to buy up companies with but they wouldn't have interested him when he was starting out, buying up bargains.
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"WOULD LOVE"

 

Pump and dump pump and dump.....

 

runnnnnnnnn

Oct 18, 2013 9:22AM
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Did Mr. Buffet tell you this personally or are you just blowing smoke up our butts?

 

Sep 17, 2013 2:26PM
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Warren Buffet/Dollar Tree. Come Now!!!!! Doesn't he wipe his behind with dollar bills????
Oct 18, 2013 10:59AM
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No I am not going to read this dumb article I can't stand this man all he care about is himself he is worthless to society. THe only thing he has is his money he does nothing for the country.  He supported Obama and then tells us Obamacare is a big mistake how can you support someone and not their policies.
Sep 17, 2013 4:13PM
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I'm not so sure I'd take Mr. Buffett's advice, he did back King Hussein in two elections. Good for him, not good for 53% of us.
Oct 6, 2013 10:49PM
Oct 18, 2013 5:31PM
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I have made one investment since April of 2008, when I realized that the USA was about to elect a quasi socialist, either Clinton or Obama.
 I cashed everything out, bought gold, took physical possession.Sooner or later the Bernanke will bring full blown inflation, the market will drop in away that will make 2008 like like a picnic.
Mine stays in Gold, until the inept lying quasi socialist in the white house, is an esoteric historical footnote.


Oct 6, 2013 10:53AM
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