Warren Buffett’s Shocking New Buys – Q2 Portfolio Update

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39 thoughts on “Warren Buffett’s Shocking New Buys – Q2 Portfolio Update

  1. Excellent analysis. What If the US economy goes into recession next year. Do you think the housing sector will continue to stay strong?

    1. I presume that a recession would bring interest rates down, which in the long run would incentivize home purchases. Bear in mind that Buffet buys for the long term.

  2. Great analysis, but I just don’t know. The news says our economy is strong but what I actually see and experience is the opposite. People are homeless with full time jobs and it’s not just because there is a shortage of homes. They can’t afford to buy homes or rent. Something is going to break and I think it’s going to be the housing market, I just don’t know when.

  3. I had shares in D.R. Horton. In a stable housing market these are clearly undervalued. But I personally had and still have concerns that the housing market will come under a lot of pressure with the interest rate increases. I have my shares in D.R. Horton therefore sold. At this point in time this appears to be a mistake or stupidity, but let’s see what the next few years will bring and how things will develop.

  4. Oohhh yay, plywood houses :/ I think those companies doing bulldoze and build subdivisions are a scourge on our nation. You can even see the crap materials and construction in their promo reels you showed. They also don’t make entry level homes. They make homes that start at half a million dollars (at least here in MN)

  5. It’s not that the U.S. isn’t building enough houses, this crazy interest rate is freezing the market plus corporations buying up family homes and renting it out doesn’t help either. Once the interest rate drops (probably not for at least 2 years) and people sell and buy new homes, the housing price will most likely drop. If they over-built houses, the price will probably drop even faster, which will be a great opportunity to buy again.

  6. There seem to have been more unfavourable outcomes in America since Biden became office. In addition to bank failures, these outcomes also have an impact on the markets, including price drops and dramatic spikes in inflation. Value investors may benefit from the rapid spike in interest rates, but I wonder if it would be better to avoid the stock and financial markets for the time being.

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  7. This interest rate is really affecting the market. Corporations aren’t helping either. Asset managers are the ones keeping me going.

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    3. Making investments especially for a mast number of people involves a whole lot of risk and she recognises that and best believe this is the main reason for her long term success

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    5. I still feel there are a lot of successful male portfolio managers too though. But I like how women are doing a lot of good work these days.

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  9. Berkshire investing in homebuilders could be a hedge against potential losses in their reinsurance business. They have up to $15 billion exposure for hurricanes in Florida this year.

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