Billionaire investor Warren Buffett is now one of the world’ s richest people.
He bought a controlling stake in Berkshire Hathaway in 2009.
He’s now worth more than $20 trillion.
Buffett has also earned billions from Berkshire Hathaways stock portfolio, the vast majority of which he’s held for his own benefit.
And, while the vast bulk of Buffett’s wealth is in his Berkshire Hathway portfolio, he’s also the CEO of the private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management, a private equity outfit run by billionaire hedge fund billionaire Paul Singer.
In the years since Berkshire acquired Cerberus, the value of Buffett and his hedge fund have grown exponentially, peaking at $21.4 trillion in 2014.
Buffett is a powerful force in global politics.
He wields influence over foreign policy, is an advocate of deregulation, and has a strong record of working with other billionaires and other powerful business interests.
He even donated $100 million to President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
But it’s a different story when it comes to wealth and power in the United States.
What we’ve learned from Buffett Buffett’s rise to wealth What has Buffett accomplished over the past four decades?
Buffett’s fortune rose dramatically from the late 1990s through the early 2000s, when his Berkshire-Hathaway holdings were at the height of their dominance.
As the stock market was booming, Buffett was the first to see the potential of the stock-market crash, and his Berkshire holdings quickly captured the bulk of the gains.
He amassed a fortune that’s surpassed $100 trillion.
But when the market crashed, Buffett’s fortunes plunged.
And his fortune did not recover.
Buffett spent most of his fortune on stock-and-stock mutual funds.
He made money by buying companies that he didn’t own.
He used his money to buy the stocks of companies that were struggling, like American Airlines.
He also paid dividends to Berkshire Hathways stockholders.
Buffett paid an average of 6.6% in dividends in 2017, compared to just 1.5% for the S&P 500.
He earned an estimated $1.5 billion annually from these dividends.
His investments have been the main drivers of Buffetts wealth.
His vast fortune has come largely from his investments in Berkshire’s stock portfolio.
His investment portfolio now accounts for $1,300 billion of his wealth, or about three-quarters of the value that he’s accumulated.
And he’s made significant investments in technology companies.
In addition to Berkshire’s own technology companies, Buffett has invested in Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook, Netflix, LinkedIn, Twitter, Yahoo, eBay, and other technology companies he owns.
He owns stakes in companies like Tesla, Lyft, Uber, and Etsy.
Buffett also owns stakes at other tech companies, including Facebook, Twitter and Google.
And the billionaire has investments in a number of other companies that are growing rapidly.
He invests in the healthcare technology companies that provide medical records and health care services.
He has investments on healthcare technology platforms like Uber and Airbnb.
He recently invested in the health-care giant Aetna, which has a market value of more than three times the value the company.
And Berkshire Hathay has been investing heavily in healthcare technology.
In 2017, Berkshire Hathays stock portfolio was worth $10.4 billion.
By 2020, the portfolio was valued at $36.6 billion.
He was worth nearly $8.2 billion by 2020, compared with just $7.2 million by 2020 for the market.
Buffett’s portfolio has grown substantially over the last decade.
In 2000, Buffett invested $5.5 million in Aetnas stock.
By 2016, he was worth more like $3 billion.
In 2019, he had an estimated value of $5 billion.
Buffett invested in health-tech companies in 2020.
By 2018, his estimated value was about $1 billion.
And in 2017 he had a $2.3 billion market value.
By 2022, he owned an estimated worth of about $3.5 trillion.
That was roughly $9 billion more than in 2017.
The rapid rise in the stock and stock market Since 2000, Berkshire has been one of America’s most powerful business empires.
That dominance is now ending.
In 2018, Buffett sold off a significant portion of his Berkshire shares.
He and his wife, Ann, have since invested more than half of their fortune in Berkshire.
But in 2019, the hedge fund giant exited the business, leaving Buffett with a $9.7 billion portfolio.
That’s about $4 billion less than it had in 2020 and less than $1 million more than it has in 2017 and 2018.
But Berkshire still has more than enough to invest in its businesses, so it’s investing a lot more money in its investments.
Berkshire is still the worlds most powerful private equity investor.
The hedge fund was founded in 1965 by Warren Buffett.
It has a net worth of nearly $3 trillion.
The portfolio of the company is valued at over $3,600