Shares of Apple hit an all-time high Monday; as it moves closer to becoming the first USA company to reach a one trillion dollar market value. According to Market Watch, the stock is jumping towards its biggest six-day rally in nine years.
While Warren Buffett maybe upset about not investing and purchasing stocks from Google as well as Amazon, he certainly makes his interest in Apple clear as its 250 million stockholder, Berkshire Hathaway.
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"I clearly like Apple".
Apple said that customers chose the US$999 iPhone X "more than any other iPhone each week" during the March quarter like they did in the December quarter. It now has a 5 percent stake in the iPhone maker, trailing only Vanguard Group and BlackRock.
The only person more stoked about the investment than Buffett may be Tim Cook over at Apple, who announced he was "thrilled" - at least in part because Buffett could help Apple crack the big trillion, a mark which is now only distant by a $20-per-share increase. We like very much the management and the way they think.
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Note: Warren Buffett has said that while he would buy five-year put options on cryptocurrencies, he wouldn't short a dime's worth. If you buy a bond that's going to pay you 4% a year, you're not going to get any surprises, it's going to pay you 4% a year.
"I don't think we or anybody else really knows what they're doing when writing cyber" insurance, Buffett said at his firm's annual meeting in Omaha, Nebraska.
Buffett, famed for his love of junk food, has said spiraling healthcare costs are responsible for 18 percent of US gross domestic product, up from 5 percent in 1960, and he wants to slash a few percentage points off. "With the passage of time, we may own 6 or 7 percent because they repurchase shares". "There's no reason at all for me to encourage people to buy Apple". "And we could buy a lot of it". "Mr. Buffett does not see current valuation compelling for large share buybacks", he wrote, adding that "Berkshire could deploy cash for more equity investments".
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