Buffett on CNBC 2/26/18 – Taxes, GE, Accounting, Cash, Apple, Healthcare M&A And More

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Buffett on CNBC 2/26/18 – Taxes, GE, Accounting, Cash, Apple, Healthcare M&A And More

Warren Buffett on CNBC today February 26th 2018 for three hours  make sure to check out below after 10AMEST  or so to get all the clips both linked and embedded – see below for the latest right now on Apple, Samsung, healthcare, GE, Wells Fargo, accounting rules, taxes, capital allocation and more

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Buffett: Charlie and I have never had an arguement from CNBC.

Investing

Buffett: Just looking at the price is not investing from CNBC.

Buffett: Some people should not own stocks from CNBC.

Tax policy

Buffett: I prefer earned income tax from CNBC.

Trade

Buffett: Trade has benefitted us and the world from CNBC.

Volatility

Buffett: Look at the business to determine investment from CNBC.

Buffett: I wouldn't rule out buying an entire airline from CNBC.

Healthcare costs

Buffett: I love the idea of tackling health-care costs from CNBC.

Buffett: Health care is a tapeworm on the economic system from CNBC.

Buffett: Jeff, Jamie and I can make things happen in health care from CNBC.

Buffett: I love the idea of tackling health-care costs from CNBC.Apple consumer biz

Buffett: Apple's consumer business extraordinary from CNBC.

Samsung

Buffett: We bought Samsung in the past from CNBC.

Sucession

Buffett: Todd and Ted make their own decisions from CNBC.

Buying apple stock

Warren Buffett: 'We've bought more Apple than anything else' in the last year from CNBC.

Risky investing

Buffett: It's insane to risk what you have for something you don't need from CNBC.

PCP

Buffett: Precision Castparts is a long-term business from CNBC.

On Apple

Warren Buffett: 'We've bought more Apple than anything else' in the last year from CNBC.

Buffett: BYD was Charlie's idea

Buffett: BYD was Charlie's idea from CNBC.
Behavior

Buffett: I understand consumer behavior from CNBC.

Housing

Buffett: Homebuyers want a helping hand from CNBC.

On leverage to buy stocks

Buffett: It is crazy to borrow money on securities from CNBC.

On director roles

Buffett: We want our directors to stand in the shoes of our shareholders from CNBC.

Buffett on guns and boycotts

Buffett: I've not given a directive on gun-maker stocks from CNBC.

Buffett on board positions

Buffett: I don't want to be on any outside boards from CNBC.

Buffett: I'd choose equities over bonds from CNBC.

Wells Fargo scandals

Buffett: Wells Fargo incentivized bad behavior from CNBC.

More on GE

Buffett: Clearly there were mistakes made at GE from CNBC.

Buffett about his investment preference of buying undervalued companies as oppossed to paying dividends.

Buffett: Berkshire has been a saving accounts from CNBC.

Buffett on accounting rules

On GE

Buffett: Mistakes made at GE from CNBC.

talks about the three choices investor have when choosing investment options. There are plenty of stocks we like.

Buffett: I'd choose equities over bonds from CNBC.

New tax law

Buffett: New tax law huge tailwind for business from CNBC.

Buffett: Berkshire will save cash from new tax law from CNBC.

More income from new rules

Buffett: New accounting rules increase reported income from CNBC.

Tax law

Buffett: New tax law huge tailwind for business from CNBC.

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