Warren Buffett’s venture Berkshire Hathaway, Inc is reportedly being poorly managed and has the potential for failure. This information is reported in the March 9 issue of the Stansberry Digest. Buffett has not been as successful as the conglomerate would like the investing public to believe. They have lost much of their competitiveness within the S&P 500 and there are rumors that the company may be divided into smaller ventures and businesses instead of maintaining their incorporation.
Berkshire Hathaway Businesses
Berkshire Hathaway has ownership of many lucrative and successful insurance companies. The corporation also has vested ownership of industrial firms. Poorly considered investments are harming the bottom line however. Due to the poor management, investors and shareholders will soon be financially affected (http://dailywealth.co/reclusive.html).
Stansberry Research has called the lack of transparency by the Berkshire Hathaway corporation a cover-up by Warren Buffett. They believe Buffett has been dishonestly reporting heightened value of the company rather than telling shareholders the truth. Stansberry Research has advised that the industrial firms sect of Berkshire Hathaway be sold off before it drags the insurance industry down with it. The group also suggests that the shareholders request Buffett’s resignation as CEO.
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