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How Warren Buffett Makes And Spends His Billions

Warren Buffett is the third richest person in the world, but he lives a modest life. He drinks five cokes a day and even eats McDonald’s for breakfast. The CEO and chairman of Berkshire Hathaway donates billions to charities. He still lives in the house he bought in the 1950s, which is now worth over $652,000.

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Here Are The World’s Richest Black Billionaires

Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and Jeff Bezos may be the richest men in the world, but they aren’t the only billionaires. 10 of the world’s billionaires — fewer than 1% — are black. From Oprah Winfrey to Michael Jordan, the richest black billionaires are comprised of media moguls, telecom giants, and more.

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How 9 Billionaires Start Their Mornings

Getting up in the morning is hard for everyone — even billionaires! Both Jeff Bezos and Warren Buffett prioritize sleep aiming to get 8 hours per night. Oprah and Jack Dorsey meditate and exercise before starting their days.

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Oprah’s morning is very involved. The first thing she does when she rises at seven o’clock is brush her teeth before taking her five dogs for a walk. While she waits for her espresso to brew, she reads a card from her ‘365 Gathered Truths’ box. Then, she turns to an app on her phone to read her daily Bowl of Saki. Next, she meditates followed by an hour long workout in the hills of her backyard.

Elon Musk’s morning is not as calm as Oprah’s. He also wakes up at seven, but he gets right to business. Elon spends half an hour reading and responding to critical emails while drinking coffee. He says he’s too busy for breakfast. After sending his five sons to school he showers, then drives to work. Sounds about right for someone who works up to 120 hours a week.

Twitter founder Jack Dorsey says he gets out of bed 5:00 a.m. He meditates for 30 minutes and then completes a seven-minute workout three times. After that, he has his morning coffee and then checks in.

Warren Buffett likes to sleep. He says he usually sleeps a full eight hours a night. He reportedly wakes up at 6:45 a.m. and starts his day reading newspapers like the Wall Street Journal and USA Today.

Jeff Bezos also values his sleep. He says he makes it a priority. However, Bezos reportedly wakes up naturally, without an alarm. He likes to hold high-IQ meetings in the morning before lunch, ideally at 10:00 a.m.

Bill Gates starts his day with cardio. The New York Times reported that Gates would spend an hour on the treadmill while watching educational DVDs. He says he enjoys Cocoa Puffs cereal but his wife, Melinda, says he doesn’t eat breakfast.

Many of us cannot imagine a morning without coffee, but Sara Blakely can. The founder of Spanx says she’s never had a cup of coffee. Instead, she drinks a smoothie made of frozen wild berries, dark cherries, kale, dates, cinnamon, spinach, cilantro, fresh mint, lemon, water, ice, chia, and walnuts. Blakely also tries to get a yoga session in at 6:30 a.m. before taking her kids to school.

Mark Zuckerberg stays true to his brand. The first thing he does is check his phone in bed.

Mark Zuckerberg: The first I do is look at my phone. I look at Facebook.

Jerry Seinfeld: Right.

Zuckerberg: Right to see — to see what’s going on in the world.

Seinfeld: Right, right.

Zuckerberg: And I check my messages. I look at Messenger and WhatsApp.

He also says he doesn’t like wasting time on small decisions which is why he wears pretty much the same outfit everyday.

Anastasia Soare is the founder of makeup brand Anastasia Beverly Hills. She also reaches for her phone when she wakes up at 7:00 a.m. Apparently, Instagram is the first app she checks every morning. She always has two cups of black coffee and eats a light breakfast while answering emails. Her personal trainer comes to her house most days and she exercises for an hour. And of course, she never leaves her house without doing her eyebrows.

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Warren Buffet Calls Lehman Brothers Collapse An “Economic Pearl Harbor” (HBO)

When Lehman Brothers declared bankruptcy ten years ago on Friday, the question on everyone’s minds was simple: “Who’s next?”

If a pillar of Wall Street worth hundreds of billions of dollars just months before couldn’t be trusted with the public’s money, then nowhere was safe. Panicked investors rushed for the door, banks refused to lend to each other, and money market funds began to collapse.

“I describe it as an economic Pearl Harbor,” Warren Buffett, the legendary investor of Berkshire Hathaway, told VICE News. “It was something we hadn’t seen before. Even the 1929 panic was nothing like this. I mean, the system stopped.“

Buffett had a front row seat to the global crisis even before the Bush Administration took up the struggle. He had been approached by Lehman’s CEO Dick Fuld for emergency capital earlier in the summer, and after it failed, he found himself courted by other teetering investment banks desperate for capital. His $5 billion investment in Goldman Sachs saved the firm, and netted him billions.

He credits the Bush administration, led by Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson, with helping to prevent a second Great Depression. “When they realized the gravity of what was happening, we were having a run on the United States, maybe a run on the world, they stepped up,” Buffett said.

He’s not convinced, however, that the financial community’s takeaway from its brush with financial Armageddon will prevent future disaster. “Humans will continue to behave foolishly and sometimes en masse. And that doesn’t change. We get smarter but we don’t get wiser,” Buffett said.

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Expanding Warren Buffett’s Value Investing Approach To The Socially Responsible Sector

“The Conscious Investor” is presented by Nuveen.

“Social Value Investing: A Management Framework for Effective Partnerships” was written by Columbia University’s Bill Eimicke and his colleague, Warren Buffett’s grandson, Howard Buffett.

The framework for the book was inspired by Berkshire Hathaway and modeled after the company’s application of value investing. Like value investing, social value investing employs a long-term strategy that the authors believe unlock hidden or intrinsic value. 

The book focuses on the partnerships between the public, private, and philanthropic sectors that are needed to tackle the world’s greatest problems. 

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Keiser Report: Social Media Surveillance Capitalism (E1125)

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the ‘turds’ ‘harvesting baby brains’ in the cryptocurrency markets, according to Charlie Munger, the 94-year-old billionaire, partner of Warren Buffett. Max and Stacy note that bitcoin was a direct response to the financial system created by the likes of Buffett and Munger so it makes sense that they would react more and more wildly against cryptocurrencies that mock their legacy. In the second half, Max continues his interview with Michael Krieger about social media surveillance capitalism and The Road to 2025.

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How To Have Lunch With Warren Buffett

Every year, donors bid millions for the opportunity to share a meal with Warren Buffett at Smith & Wollensky in New York City. The steakhouse’s founder Alan Stillman tells the story behind the annual charity lunches. 

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We Flew On Warren Buffett’s NetJets Newest Private Plane

Business Insider UK flew in the newest plane in Warren Buffett’s NetJets fleet — and it’s seriously plush ride.

The jet is called the Citation Latitude, it has a good range and could reach Tel Aviv or Istanbul from London. The Citation seats seven passengers and has a maximum speed of 495mph.

NetJets have six types of aeroplane in its fleet, the largest seats 14 and can reach Los Angeles from London.

The company offers joint ownership on each jet and you can also purchase a private jet card which gives you 25 hours of flying time. The price of these jets is available on request.

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Keiser Report: Fake deflation (E 1195)

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the richest people in history leaving economic chaos in their wake, as well as the secrets of Warren Buffett’s billions, and the economic inequality that his investment philosophy has caused. In the second half, Max continues his interview with journalist and author, Matt Taibbi, about the political landscape heading into the 2018 midterm elections.

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How Bill Gates Makes And Spends His $89 Billion Fortune

With a net worth of approximately $89 billion, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is one of the wealthiest men in the world. If he spent $1 million a day, it’d take him 245 years to spend his fortune. Here’s how he made all that cash.

In 1975, Gates co-founded Microsoft. At 31, he became the world’s youngest billionaire at the time. In 1995, he released Windows 95 and became the world’s richest man. He’s been at the top of the list ever since. Gates is also a leading philanthropist.

He stepped down as Microsoft CEO to focus on the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. It has given away $41.3 billion to charity. Gates doesn’t forget to splurge on himself, though. He bought a $21 million jet in 1997. He’s had tons of luxurious cars over the years. He even once got arrested for speeding in a Porsche 911. Gates has an extensive art collection. In 1988, he spent $36 million on a Winslow Homer painting.

That piece hangs in his $63 million home in Seattle. It has 24 bathrooms, 6 kitchens, a reception hall that holds 200 people, a home theater, and an artificial stream stocked with fish.

In 2010, Bill, Melinda, and Warren Buffett created the “The Giving Pledge.” Those who join pledge to give half of their wealth to charity.

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How Elon Musk, CEO Of Tesla And SpaceX, Makes And Spends His Money

Elon Musk may be the world’s richest rocket scientist. With a fortune hovering around $20 billion, the 46-year-old CEO of Tesla and SpaceX and co-founder of OpenAI has said he won’t be happy until we’ve escaped Earth and colonized Mars.

A notorious workaholic, Musk doesn’t spend cash on lavish vacations or expensive hobbies. Instead, the entrepreneur spends most of his time at the office or in factories, retreating to one of his four Los Angeles mansions at the end of the day. Watch to find out what we know about how Musk, a father of five, amassed his fortune and how he spends it. Following is a transcript of the video.

He’s been an entrepreneur since an early age. In college, he sold computer parts and would turn his house into a speakeasy on the weekends. After college, he and his brother founded Zip2, their version of an online yellow pages. In 1999, they sold the company and Elon made $22 million. He used that money to co-found X.com, an online banking service. X.com merged with a rival and became PayPal. eBay bought Paypal in 2002 and Musk made $180 million from the deal. He then went on to found SpaceX, Tesla, and Solar City. In 2009, Musk “ran out of cash” after divorcing his first wife. He lived off of loans while trying to keep his companies afloat.

That changed when Tesla IPO’ed in 2010. By 2012, Musk was a billionaire. He famously doesn’t spend much on luxurious items, but he owns $70 million worth of homes in Los Angeles. He bought one of them for $17 million. It features a two-story library, home theater, gym, and wine cellar. Musk paid $920,000 for a submarine car used in the James Bond movie “The Spy Who Loved Me.” He’s also signed Bill Gates and Warren Buffett’s “Giving Pledge,” meaning most of his fortune will be left to charity.

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How Bill Gates And Warren Buffett Are Changing The World Like No Other Humans In History

Peter Singer explains how Bill Gates and Warren Buffett are changing the world like no other humans in history.

Singer is the Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics in the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University and Laureate Professor in the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies at the University of Melbourne.

In 2013 he founded The Life You Can Save along with Charlie Bresler. His most recent book is The Most Good You Can Do.

He teaches and lectures about the ways in which we can change the culture of giving in affluent cultures. Following is a transcript of the video.

Peter Singer: Bill Gates has set an amazing example in terms of the amount of money that he has donated to philanthropy, but perhaps even more important, the concern that he’s had to make sure that this money does the most good it possibly can.

And on top of that, Warren Buffett has then realized that his friend Bill Gates is doing this, that he’s putting a lot of effort into making sure that his money does the most good, and so Buffett as well has donated most of his fortune to The Gates Foundation.

And this not just in dollar terms, but even in inflation-adjusted dollar terms, this is the largest philanthropic donation in history. It even outstretches that of Andrew Carnegie or John D. Rockefeller.

So I’m really impressed by this and I’m impressed by the fact that the Gates in particular and Melinda Gates I should mention as well, have both made it their life’s work to really try to help people in poverty, to really live up to the idea that every human life has equal value whether it’s the life of an impoverished person in a developing country or the life of one of their fellow Americans.

When I talk about how effectively we can give and how we can save lives at the relatively small cost to ourselves, the obvious question the people ask, is, “Well, how much is enough? What’s what’s the stopping point, right?” I can give enough, for example, to save a life quite easily and that wouldn’t involve much sacrifice, or really any sacrifice to my lifestyle.

But having done that I could give more and save more lives or I could donate to charities that are restoring sight in people who are blind because of cataracts for example. And again there’s many that I could.

So where do I stop? And I don’t think there’s any straightforward answer that question that applies to everybody. People find their own limits, I know some people in the effective altruism movement who said, “I’m just going to live on a basic income.”

Other people say, “No I’m going to give 10% of what I earn.”

And that can be a very substantial amount, but for people who are comfortably well off, it’s not really a significant sacrifice to give 10% of what you earn, and in fact in terms of the fulfillment that you get from it, in terms of the sense that you’re living a life with a different purpose, with a broader purpose that you’re living a life perhaps that’s more in harmony with your values, and I know many many people who say, “It’s not a sacrifice at all.”

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I ate like billionaire Warren Buffett for a week — and I felt awful

Warren Buffett is the one of the world’s wealthiest people. His diet consists of fast food and almost no vegetables. Bob Bryan ate like Buffett for 5 days. By the end, he was craving only vegetables. Following is a transcript of the video.

Bob Bryan: 20,537 calories in five days. Oddly enough, I started sweating from my kneecaps, which I didn’t even know there were pores, sweat pores, in my knee caps.

I’m Bob Bryan. I’m a policy reporter here at Business Insider and for 5 days I ate like Warren Buffett.

So Warren Buffett is the second-wealthiest man in the world. He is the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway and a legendary investor, possibly one of the most successful investors of all time. Warren Buffett eats like a child. He admittedly eats like a child. For breakfast, Buffett goes to McDonald’s. He either has — if the market is down, he’ll have just two sausage patties. If the market is flat: sausage McMuffin with egg and cheese. If the market’s up: bacon, egg, and cheese biscuit. He owns Dairy Queen, so a lot of Dairy Queen. And dinner is — that was country-fried steak smothered in gravy with mashed potatoes. Chicken parmesan was one of my meals. I consumed a two-liter of Cherry Coke every day. Over the course of the five days, I had about 1,260 grams of sugar. That comes out to about 2.78 pounds of sugar. Also one part of Buffett’s kind of repertoire is to put extra salt on everything. I felt bloated every day. There would usually be, like, an intense sugar crash and caffeine crash from the Cherry Coke. You know, my coworkers were saying that I was irritable. I became especially lethargic. The last meal we went to Warren Buffett’s favorite steakhouse in New York City, Smith & Wollensky. I said, “You know, just give me what the man himself got,” which was honestly just a huge mistake. He usually gets the 32-ounce Colorado rib-eye — so a two-pound steak attached to the bone. Something you would, you know, a caveman would beat someone else over the head with. It was absolutely massive So, you know, when I got home, I felt almost, like, food drunk. I was, like, bursting at the seams. So, you know, honestly, I had the knee sweats again. I just took off my shirt and my pants and just laid down in the starfish motion on the ground in my living room, just staring up at the ceiling contemplating how in the world an 87-year-old man has made it (a.) this far in life, and (b.) continues to make it this far in life consuming the amount of calories and just absolute terrible junk food that he does, and finally decided that I wasn’t going to eat anything but vegetables for the next 48 hours.

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Making sense of an extremely expensive stock market

Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget discusses the stock market’s ascent to yet another set of new highs, and drills down on high valuations. He cites investment manager John Hussman, who points out that the market is now the most expensive of all time, and predicts a 60% loss in the S&P 500 before the end of the current cycle. Blodget contrasts that view with the one expressed by billionaire investor Warren Buffett this week, who said valuations make sense right now, because of how low interest rates are.

He then kicks the valuation discussion over to Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein, who argues that Hussman’s valuation case adjusts for the below average profit margin during the tech bubble which may not be fair. Blodget offers a rebuttal to that, highlighting a chart showing historically elevated levels in a measure of US market cap to GDP, and says that while this doesn’t signal an imminent downturn, one will come eventually. Silverstein responds by noting that being two years early in calling a market top makes you wrong. She stresses that timing is everything.

Silverstein walks through the Fidelity Chart of the Week, which shows that stock market breadth is the lowest since the election, which could be a signal of weakness.

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Keiser Report: Credit Freeze (E1128)

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Max & Stacy ask what happens when a nation of consumers goes into cold state credit freeze? And is Warren Buffett’s Dow 1,000,000 possible in such a state? Max interviews Charles ‘Chuck’ Johnson of GotNews.com about how his operation managed to take down the billions-of-dollars establishment candidates and media empires in this latest US election series. He also reveals who his deep political sources claim is the source of funding for the Steele dossier.

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Visiting Warren Buffett’s house on DAY 5 OF THE TESLA ROAD TRIP

Business Insider’s Will Wei and Graham Flanagan drove a Tesla Model X across the United States. Their goal? To get from San Francisco to New York City in just seven days by relying exclusively on Tesla’s nationwide network of Supercharger stations. Watch their seven-day journey as they drive a Tesla across America: http://read.bi/2vFvxfb

On Day 5, Will and Graham leave Omaha, Nebraska and head to Chicago but not before they drive by Warren Buffett’s home and eat at his favorite steakhouse, Gorat’s. They also show off the Tesla’s “frunk,” or front trunk, which utilizes the area an engine would be in a regular car. They also show off the Tesla’s Falcon Wing doors that open up vertically.

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Keiser Report: Ukrainian Chicken Moment (E968)

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In this episode of the Keiser Report Max and Stacy discuss the ‘Ukrainian chicken moment’ in the bond market and ‘adorable Uncle’ Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary being sued after allegations of ‘siphoning’ money from bike couriers through complex derivatives masquerading as insurance products. In the second half Max interviews Michael Krieger of LibertyBlitzkrieg.com about the global extinction level event he sees on the world’s economic horizon.

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