In bad bets, Buffet wins again

Some of the shares, in which Warren Buffett invested in 2014, fell, and market it has not gone unnoticed. The fact is that whenever some shares that Buffett invests show bad data will be recorded in the headlines.

In fact, in most times Buffett has great reason to smile, as now. However, let’s imagine the bad news first:
– British supermarket chain Tesco has difficulty with balance sheet.
– Some US stocks including Coca Cola and Exxon Mobil, not show well enough in the late stage of this bull market.
– The most important news comes from IBM, which has the largest stake in the technology sector for Buffett, is under constant attack for failing to provide income.
– Last week, The New York Times noted that the Chinese company BYD, in which Buffett has a significant share in a difficult situation.

And now the good news about Buffett: Competition between the S & P 500 and Berkshire Hathaway continues to be in favor of the company Buffett. Return on the S & P index for the year was 12% compared with Berkshire generated by the return of 28% for this year, for the last two years the company has moved very close to the index. This suggests that even if some bad bets by big investors, he reiterates profitable year.

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