Although many investors in Berkshire Hathaway are nervous about what the company will look like after it loses its visionary investing leader Warren Buffett, in this video Motley Fool financial analyst Matt Koppenheffer offers a different take. He tells us that what Buffett built in Berkshire is now a self-perpetuating organization with strong revenue streams in the companies it owns, and shows how the stock lacks any kind of "Buffett premium" at the moment.
Warren Buffett's long track record of success has made him one of the best investors of all time. With the Buffett at the helm, Berkshire Hathaway has grown book value per share at a compounded annual rate of 19.8% for nearly 50 years! Despite an incredible historical track record, investors have to understand the key issues to watch moving forward. To help investors, The Fool's resident Berkshire Hathaway expert, Joe Magyer, has created this premium research report on the company. Inside you'll receive ongoing updates as key news hits, as well as reasons to both buy and sell the stock. Claim a copy by clicking here now.
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