Category archives for: Berkshire Hathaway

How to Read the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Report

The release of Warren Buffett’s annual letter to shareholders is one of the most important events of the year for value investors.  This year, the significance of the letter is accentuated by the fact that fifty years have passed since Mr. Buffett took control of Berkshire Hathaway. Mr. Buffett is effectively the “founder” of Berkshire […]

Book Review: Berkshire Beyond Buffett

In Berkshire Beyond Buffett, George Washington University Professor Lawrence Cunningham paints a compelling portrait of Berkshire’s culture that demonstrates how Mr. Buffett’s skills as a manager have been key to the company’s growth over the past two decades. Read this review for more details.

Revisiting Berkshire Hathaway’s Valuation

In this article, we reassess Berkshire Hathaway’s valuation from a price-to-book value standpoint and analyze whether recent appreciation of the shares is justified.

Munger’s Prescription for Corporate Governance

David Larcker and Brian Tayan of the Stanford Graduate School of Business recently published a paper entitled Corporate Governance According to Charles T. Munger which concisely outlines the governance philosophy that Mr. Munger has presented on a number of occasions. Read this article for more details.

Berkshire Hathaway Stock Repurchase Odds Increase

The odds of a stock repurchase at Berkshire Hathaway may be increasing as Berkshire’s stock price declines and a return of capital might be mandated due to the five year earnings test. In this article, we look at the likely implications based on Berkshire’s last published book value and an estimate of current book value.

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