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🔥 Insurance is the Achilles heel of the fossil fuel industry. A new #InsureOurFuture report published today finds that new coal power plants have become near uninsurable and that insurers have finally started to move away from oil and gas. A short 🧵 on leaders and laggards! 🔥
So far 41 insurers, up from 36 last year, have adopted coal restrictions. 📈 Their share of the reinsurance market has grown to 62% and much of the rest isn’t insuring coal anyway. Insurance capacity for coal has dwindled to $250m – 1/10 of the capacity for other power projects!
And 13 insurers, up from only 3 last year, have adopted restrictions on oil and gas. Their share of the reinsurance market has grown to 38%, up from 3% last year. 18 insurers have pledged not to insure the Trans Mountain pipeline and 18 have done the same for EACOP.
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67 yaşında halen aktif olarak portföyünü yöneten Thomas Russo, takip ettiğim ve portföyünü izlediğim bir değer yatırımcısı. Büyüyen kaliteli şirketleri al ve tut stratejisinin başarılı bir örneği; 30-40 yıl önce aldığı bir çok pozisyonu hala koruyor.
Stanford'da okurken 1982’de okula gelip şirketlerin marka değerini vurguladığı bir konuşma yapan Buffet’ı dinledikten sonra bazı şirketlere yatırım yapıyor ki bir kısmı hala portföyünde. O zamanlar aldığı Berkshire Hathaway, Nestle ve Heineken hisselerini 40 yıldır hiç satmadı.
Yaklaşık 10 mlr $ yönetiyor ve bu üç şirket portföyünün %36’sını oluşturuyor. Yatırım yapmaya başladığında Berkshire hissesi 900$ seviyesindeydi, şimdi 400 bin $’ın üzerinde. En büyük pozisyonu hala Berkshire Hathaway, portföyünün %18’ini oluşturuyor.
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🛡️#T3OccultAstrology
🚨MARKET CRASH PREDICTION
#BerkshireHathaway and #Blackstone have BILLIONS IN CASH to buy knowing the crash is near. These predatious inside traders are telling us in their own way what's about to happen. But when?
Let me explain.
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On 3/9/22 #JoeBack created Executive Order #EO14067 - Ensuring Responsible Development of Digital Assets -
📢DUE OCTOBER
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On 6/5/22 Saturn turned Retro - heading back to🟥 Uranus. We went thru this tumultuous time last year w/ GOV tyranny over cv19. This time will be worse. Saturn has unfinished business to attend to.
📢Saturn ARRIVES OCTOBER
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¿Qué es un SPLIT de acciones? ¿Cómo afecta esto al mercado y a mi portafolio?

Si eres inversor y trader, este es un término el cual debes conocer y entender, por eso te lo explicamos en el siguiente 🧵

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Un SPLIT o división de acciones ocurre cuando una empresa aumenta el número de sus acciones en circulación para aumentar su liquidez.

Por ejemplo, encontrarás que una empresa hace:
▪️ Split 2 a 1 (2:1)
▪️ Split 4 a 1 (10:1)
▪️ Split 20 a 1 (20:1) Image
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⚠️ Aunque el número de acciones en circulación aumente (según el tipo de SPLIT), la capitalización de la empresa no sufre ninguna variación, ya que el precio por acción se dividirá.

¿Dónde puedo revisar la capitalización de una empresa? 👉 companiesmarketcap.com Image
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Nos anos 2000, a Berkshire Hathaway superou o índice S&P 500 em 37%.

Então, @WarrenBuffett escreveu uma carta para os acionistas.
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Na carta, Buffett conversa sobre movimentos especulativos no mercado, falando sobre fortes valuations na época dos anos 2000. Image
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O CEO menciona a pesquisa de investidores, Paine Webber-Gallup, realizada em 1999 que questiona os entrevistados sobre retornos anuais e o que eles podem esperar da próxima década.

E a pesquisa afirma que as respostas tiveram uma expectativa irracional. Image
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Charlie, Charlie, Charlie, damn dude, c'mon now, this is not a good look for you. Let's break this anti#bitcoin quote down. "It's stupid because it's still likely to go to zero" - have you seen the massive effort people are putting into this monetary system around the world?
The bitcoin tech is disrupting industry after industry including banking, retail, farming, social justice. It's value proposition goes way beyond a number on a balance sheet. It's inherent value of immutability, fungability and censorship resistance is growth oriented.
Charlie says "It's evil because it undermines the Federal Reserve System". That's not evil, that's smart. The Fed is a failed economic model run by elites that incentivizes riskier asset investment and arguably war. If War is evil, the financial system that props it up is evil.
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El día de mañana se llevará a cabo en Omaha el evento más esperado por muchos inversionistas, se realizará de forma presencial la reunión anual de accionistas 2022 de #BerkshireHathaway 🔥 Image
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Hoy vamos a revisar las mejores frases y también detalles importantes de la carta anual de accionistas publicada en febrero de este año.

¿La leyeron? ✏️📖🧠 Image
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Como nos tiene acostumbrados, en la primera parte nos muestra el comparativo de performance entre Berkshire 🆚 el S&P 500. Otro dato importante es el Compouned Annual Gain desde 1965 al 2021:
- Berkshire 20.1%
- S&P500 10.5%

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𝑰𝒇 𝑾𝒂𝒓𝒓𝒆𝒏 𝑩𝒖𝒇𝒇𝒆𝒕𝒕 𝒘𝒆𝒓𝒆 𝒃𝒖𝒚𝒊𝒏𝒈 𝑵𝑭𝑻𝒔...

WARNING! Long thread
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You have all heard of Warren Buffett.

"The Oracle of Omaha"
"The greatest investor of all time"

His track record is undeniable: between 1965 and 2020, Warren's investment company #BerkshireHathaway has yielded an avg. annual return of 20%, almost double that of the S&P 500. Image
But his success is not due to luck.

At age seven, he borrowed a book called "One Thousand Ways to Make $1000". He bought his first stock at age 11.

He went on to study economics at Colombia under Ben Graham, and he was the first student to receive an A+ in Graham's class Image
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Some initial thoughts on the #berkshirehathaway annual report.

Random fact, the cover is black for the first time since 2005. Prior to that, 1988 featured a black cover with some funky neon blue.

$BRK $BRKA $BRKB #warrenbuffett #charliemunger
Buffett points out that Berkshire paid $3.3 billion or 8/10ths of ALL federal corporate income tax in the United States. That's some $9 million per day to the US Treasury.
Float amounts to an incredible $147 billion. Better still, because of share repurchases, the figure is up 25% over the past two years to just shy of $100k per $BRKA. That's $66 per $BRKB share of (essentially, and for now) better-than-cost-free money working for shareholders
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Here’s Buffett at 32, when he earned a million per year - or $8.8M per year in today’s dollars.

In this thread, we celebrate #BerkshireHathaway AGM weekend by looking closer at how he did it. We finish with a link to the 152 pages of gold: Buffett Partnership letters.
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Many hedge fund managers expense so-called “2/20”, meaning that whatever happens with the investments, they get 2% of the assets plus 20% of any profits.

Even though they’d underperform the market, such system would incentivize them for the effort.

“Thanks!”
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Here’s the outcome for the investors in this typical 2/20 model. See how 5% returns before fees leave investors with only 2% returns after fees (40% of the total).

But Buffett was different.
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Read Warren Buffett’s annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders @CNBC

#StockMarket #WarrenBuffett #Investing #Invest #Stocks cnbc.com/2021/02/27/rea…
#WarrenBuffett #BerkshireHathaway #AnnualLetter

Summary by @CNBC

Buffett says 'never bet against America' in letter noting company's U.S. assets cnbc.com/2021/02/27/war…
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BREAKING: Coal is becoming uninsurable but major laggards are still offering cover and insurers have so far not moved away from oil and gas, the @InsOurFuture’s new scorecard report shows. A quick 🧵 on the good, the bad and the ugly!
👍Since 2017, 23 major insurers have stopped insuring coal projects. Premiums for coal companies have gone up by up to 40% this year, and “businesses with exposure to coal are being punished as many insurers withdraw their support”, an insurance broker warns.
👍By now, at least 65 insurers with combined assets of $12 trillion – ca. 43% of all insurance assets – have divested from coal in some way, and divestment is “slowly squeezing the entire coal industry like an anaconda”, an analyst warns.
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Why are developers describing tiny Polkadot as the ($400 billion) Amazon Web Service of blockchain?

Scan 30 bullets about the worst kept secret in the next-generation blockchain.

• Discover why Warren Buffet’s #BerkshireHathaway owns more #Polkadot than you.

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• The truth about why Bitcoin coders jumped ship to rack-up crazy hours coding Polkadot. Ever heard of the “sharp knife” theory?

• Why never compare Ethereum to Polkadot (even if #Ethereum leads the $9 billion #DeFi boom)
• The world’s most powerful blockchain scaling strategy: is this the code to finally unshackle 4 billion internet users from privacy abusing Google?

• The often overlooked feature that can see #Polkadot 10X before the next scandal bursts into the headlines about crypto forks!
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#charliemunger #BerkshireHathaway
#WarrenBuffett
#Apple

Why #WarrenBuffett missed the transformation from Hard assets to Soft assets , Why the legend never understood the transition to Software and it’s future and he underestimated the Internet to a very vast extent
It was 1997 and Warren was offered an opportunity to buy Microsoft stock and he said he believes MS story is pretty good in the short term , but he doesn’t see a great future in another 2 decades.
MS was trading at $16-18 at that times and has split thrice since then...
Berkshire purchased GEICO in 1995-96. It came to Warren’s attention that GEICO was paying $10 to search engine Google for every mouse click on GEICO ad
The cost of this service provided by Google was NIL
Warren couldn’t read the thesis behind this kind of income Google generated
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#DividendInvesting
#dividends #yield

With interest rates depressed and likely to remain so for years, stocks with ample and secure dividends could benefit as investors search for yield.
One approach is to consider companies whose dividend yields nicely exceed their bond yields
This can be a good way to find high-quality stocks because low bond yields are often a sign of financial strength & dividend stability
The stock of any company whose safe dividend yield is materially higher than its own 10 year bond yield may have a compelling risk/reward profile
The approach doesn’t predict that a stock will outperform, but it has been very effective at identifying stocks with limited risk
Let’s take an example Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), whose dividend yield of 2.7% is more than double the about 1% on its 10-year debt.
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.@WarrenBuffet on
Why he's not buying stocks in size: sensitivity to tail events and the '08 reminder "we don't see all the problems the first day."
On whether others should buy now: Only if you expect to hold for a long time and are financially and psychologically ready to do so
@warrenbuffet .@WarrenBuffett repeated what Charlie Munger told the @WSJ earlier on why #BerkshireHathaway didn't repeat the 2008-09 experience of lending to stressed companies:
"We haven't seen anything attractive," especially after the #Fed quickly opened the #markets for companies to borrow
@warrenbuffet @WarrenBuffett @WSJ In continuing to express relative caution overall, @WarrenBuffett stresses that, when it comes to the impact of the #CoronaVirus shock;

- "You can't rule out any possibility" and

- #BerkshireHathaway wants to be prepared for many possible scenerios.

#markets #economy #COVID19
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1/ The concept of a Holding Company in CPG to be the @ProcterGamble for the 21st Century is the worst kept secret idea over the past 24 months.

Kind of a lot of people are trying to build this.
2/ I personally get pitched on it 5x-10x a month. And those are only the emails/calls I respond to. Here is why people are excited about it and the challenges they are discovering to date.

TLDR: I’m bullish on the concept but lots of kinks to be worked out.
3/ The basic idea being kicked around is to acquire (or start) many different consumer brands under one Holding Company. Likely then have some shared “back office” (**murky alert**). Shared marketing/finance/sales as an example.
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