The Worst Investments Warren Buffett Ever Made
Even the Oracle of Omaha has his share of misses.
It’s hard to fault the investing decisions of Warren Buffett. He isn’t called the Oracle of Omaha for nothing. If you had put $10,000 into Berkshire Hathaway (symbol BRK-B, $136.63) in 1996, when the company first offered its Class B shares—which come with a more palatable price tag than the company’s six-figure Class A shares (BRK-A, $204,600.00)—your investment would now be worth nearly six times as much.