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Evidence that Buffett likes dividend paying stocks

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Warren Buffett is one of the best investors in the world. He is skilled in the art of capital allocation. I have always suspected that the Oracle of Omaha is actually a dividend investor, because he has often invested in businesses which generate more cash than necessary for their operations. As a result, most of these businesses send this excess cash to shareholders in the form of a dividend or share buybacks. He just doesn’t like to pay dividends to shareholders, because he believes he can allocate money better than shareholders. Of course, his record speaks for itself.

Warren Buffet’s Favorite Exercise

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I like learning from super investors of the world. When I think about super investors, the first thought that comes to mind is Warren Buffett.

Buffett’s favorite exercise is going to a certain year, looking at the top 10 - 20 companies by market capitalization, and then determining whether they are still around or not. This fits in perfectly with the long-term investment strategy of the Oracle of Omaha, where he tries to select companies that are still going to be around and doing well 15 – 20 years into the future.

Warren Buffett one-on-one

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In a wide-ranging interview, CNBC's Becky Quick talks with Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett about live-streaming the annual meeting, interest rates, the nation's growing debt, low oil prices and his outlook on the economy.

Howard Marks: 92 Quotes From The Most Important Thing

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Wisdom and thoughtful insight into how a value investor should approach portfolio management.

Warren Buffett on Investing

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In summary, Warren Buffett’s approach is to buy deep value in a few companies he understands well, and then hold until the value is no longer there. If there is nothing to buy, he sits on cash. The approach appears to work, but outperformance is fading.

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