Berkshire Hathaway B (BRKb)

267.10
-0.83(-0.31%)
Pre Market
267.00
-0.10(-0.04%)
- Real-time Data
  • Volume:
    3,558,493
  • Bid/Ask:
    266.01/268.00
  • Day's Range:
    266.05 - 268.20

BRKb Overview

Prev. Close
267.1
Day's Range
266.05 - 268.2
Revenue
245.51B
Open
267.42
52 wk Range
167.07 - 268.33
EPS
27,674.32
Volume
3,558,493
Market Cap
614.1B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A (N/A)
Average Vol. (3m)
5,379,970
P/E Ratio
14.54
Beta
0.9
1-Year Change
41.49%
Shares Outstanding
1,535,940
Next Earnings Date
May 03, 2021
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Berkshire Hathaway B Company Profile

Berkshire Hathaway B Company Profile

Sector
Financial
Employees
360000

Berkshire Hathaway Inc. is a holding company owning subsidiaries engaged in various business activities. Its segments include Insurance, such as GEICO, Berkshire Hathaway Primary Group, General Re Corporation and Berkshire Hathaway Reinsurance Group; Burlington Northern Santa Fe, LLC, which is engaged in the operation of the railroad system; Berkshire Hathaway Energy, which includes regulated electric and gas utility; Manufacturing, which includes manufacturers of various products, including industrial, consumer and building products; McLane Company, which is engaged in the wholesale distribution of groceries and non-food items; Service and retailing, which includes providers of various services, including fractional aircraft ownership programs, aviation pilot training and various retailing businesses, and Finance and financial products, which includes manufactured housing and related consumer financing, transportation equipment, manufacturing and leasing, and furniture leasing.

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  • My largest portfolio holding.
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    • bought it at 170, my best safe purchase, I sleep well at night with this one
      1
      • Earnings delayed? what's the issue?
        2
        • Friday is the earnings report.  Just an estimate.
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        • 27/2 is the annual report and Buffet letter
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      • hope to touch 250 soon
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        • hi investors, I analyze brkb and for me is being created a cipher pattern. it is the same for you? Have a good day
          1
          • With what TF?
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        • Bought @231, average @222 still no rebound, haih
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          • one of the worst stocks I had.
            19
            • Andrew Au The stock will probably perform better than average over the next 2 years.
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            • agreed. sold my position. held 10 months. earned $120 on 100 shares. wife belittled me on my choice. no dividend. buffet over rated.
              1
            • you must have bought it at peak last year.
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          • ATH TODAY !!!!
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            • missed operating earnings
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              • they...berk...have been missing earnings for some time. wide fluctuations in net income. having trouble with fasb's from financial accounting board. fab is krazy.
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              • Lol
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            • bad!
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              • Your prediction for this coming earnings ? Good or bad ?
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                • I bought in Feb. berk b has had difficulty rebounding above 220, and with no dividend issue, this is my worst performing stock.
                  4
                  • BRK B will give you cr*p short term results and will be the worse performer when people rush in to buy hyped promises of trendy companies at infinitely high valuations. What BRK B gives is a certainty that if it drops 50% you can buy all you want. No need to use stop losses, predictive strategies, technicals. The lower it goes the best it is, backed by cash, stock buybacks only when stock is cheap (unlike airlines), cash pile, businesses with free cash flow and heavy stock portfolio. I will buy more soon, for now I sell naked puts to be paid for exposing myselfs to the risk of being forced to buy at 160 150 135 and 115$.
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                • I added 50 because this stock been bouncing from $208-$212 for a while rsi and stoch is low. And this stock always overperforms the market when the market is down. No stimulus is passin before the election so this 125 bil in cash is ur best friend
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                  • Added 50 shares here at $209
                    1
                    • Letting her ride hav gains slready
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                      • Bought 10 shares.
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                        • if it's too good to be true....it probably is not true. I don't believe b eps is as good as a. must be struggling with gaap pronouncement.
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                          • berk-a has the same earnings per share as berk-b. something does not add up.
                            2
                            • it is really really hard to evaluate berk-b stock. let's think about it. earnings per share is quoted to be over 13,000 per share. if you own 100 shares, costing about 200, could you be worth a million for just $20k? weird
                              2
                              • Brk doesn't pay dividends. Eps could be million but you don't get it so it's valuation can't be based on eps. At least not in the eyes of investors.
                                0
                              • yes it can. and warrens question is based on a mix up of a and b stocks.
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                              • 1500 B shares = 1 A share.
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                            • Wal-Mart appears to be a better deal. 18 percent rise over year to year... as opposed to 3 percent for berk-b. Wal-Mart is a steady climber; not a lot of volality. berk-b is way cheaper than berk-a. maybe holding berk-b for ten years will rise to a nice level. Wal-Mart pays a dividend. not so for berk. only capitol appreciation for berk.
                              2
                              • buying berk is a longterm play. berk doesn't pay dividends. only return is market appreciation. I bought in Feb before the March dip. company has much cash...very defensive stock. disappointed of selling of airline position. it appears berk is having trouble with gasp proannoucements.
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                                • strongest company
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                                  • How this stock react when Buffet get sick or pass away? :-) :-)
                                    1
                                    • It goes down and I am assigned on puts I sold to buy more of it, cheaperly.
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                                    • if buffet and Charlie step away, company maybe free to act more quickly to market changes.
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                                    • When Buffet dies one day, the company can repurchase stock to keep it at a good level. They're good managers, performance will continue to be good.
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                                  • Damn guess who’s stock option went up 300% today. ME
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                                    • I bought many 320 $ June 2022 calls at 1.40. They start moving but not 300%.
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                                    • I bought $220 calls
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                                    • Expired worthless.
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                                  • suggest WB take over undervalue wirecard and set foot in fintech.lol
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