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Who Does Warren Buffett Go To For Advice?

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I joined Peggy Tuck on Straight Talk Money this morning to chat about who the great Warren Buffett turns to for advice. Spoiler alert: It’s JPMorgan Chase’s (JPM) Chairman Jamie Dimon.

The two men would seem to be very different at first. Buffett is a folksy Midwesterner, while Dimon is a hard-charging Wall Street bank boss. But they actually have a lot more in common than you might think:

 
 

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Today On Straight Talk Money

I joined Peggy Tuck this morning on Straight Talk Money to chat about the market as we close out January:

 

 

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Today on Straight Talk Money: Dr. Copper’s Prognosis and More

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I joined Peggy Tuck today on Straight Talk Money. Up first, we talk about what “Dr. Copper” is prescribing for the market and for the global economy. We then turn to bond yields and what the dueling “bond kings” Bill Gross and Jeff Gundlach have to say.


In the next segment, InvestorPlace Executive Editor Jeff Reeves dialed in to join us and to give his outlook on the market.


And in the final segment, we talk about the prospects for small business in America.

 

Disclaimer: This material is provided for informational purposes only, as of the date hereof, and is subject to change without notice. This material may not be suitable for all investors and is not intended to be an offer, or the solicitation of any offer, to buy or sell any securities nor is it intended to be investment advice. You should speak to a financial advisor before attempting to implement any of the strategies discussed in this material. There is risk in any investment in traded securities, and all investment strategies discussed in this material have the possibility of loss. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. The author of the material or a related party will often have an interest in the securities discussed. Please see Full Disclaimer for a full disclaimer.

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Today on Straight Talk Money: Words of Wisdom From Charlie Munger

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Today on Straight Talk Money, we start with some news on McDonalds (MCD): Is Mickey D’s bailing on China, or is there more to this than meets the eye?

 

In the following segment, we look at some very quotable lines from Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett’s long-time business partner at Berkshire Hathaway:


And in the final segment, we chat a little more about Charlie Munger and then turn our attention to where some of the best bargains today are.

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On Straight Talk Money: Jeremy’s Siegel’s Advice to Investors and More

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I joined Peggy Tuck today on Straight Talk Money. In the first segment, Peggy asks whether the Santa Claus rally is fizzling out. We then jump into Apple… and its plans to manufacture in India.

 

In the second segment, we take some advice from the venerable Dr. Jeremy Siegel.

 

Next up, we talk about the earnings recession. Is it finally over? And if so… what does that mean for the market?

 

And finally, we talk about Warren Buffett’s portfolio. The Oracle of Omaha is buying airlines… a sector he had previously shunned.

 

Disclaimer: This material is provided for informational purposes only, as of the date hereof, and is subject to change without notice. This material may not be suitable for all investors and is not intended to be an offer, or the solicitation of any offer, to buy or sell any securities nor is it intended to be investment advice. You should speak to a financial advisor before attempting to implement any of the strategies discussed in this material. There is risk in any investment in traded securities, and all investment strategies discussed in this material have the possibility of loss. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. The author of the material or a related party will often have an interest in the securities discussed. Please see Full Disclaimer for a full disclaimer.

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