Robinhood generated 61% of its $720 million in 2020 revenue from options trading, according to its S-1 filing.
The Berkshire Hathaway bosses discussed their biggest influences, the remote-work trend, and the key lessons they took from the pandemic.
The billionaire investors also reflected on how they built Berkshire Hathaway and what they learned from the pandemic.
Ted Weschler's bet on his former employer soared 11-fold in value to $358 million between 2003 and 2011.
Abigail Disney sees Buffett as a "good man with a good heart," but thinks the government would spend his money more fairly and accountably.
"We have long thought that he was the perfect buyer for Hershey," Gordon Haskett analysts said, adding that there could be other reasons for the trip.
Ted Weschler said his massive Roth IRA was a "function of careful stock selection, exceptional luck and a multi-decade time period."
The investor's stake has risen to 15.8%, thanks to Berkshire spending around $38 billion on stock buybacks over the past 18 months.
The investor marked the milestone by reflecting on his wealth and philanthropy, and addressed the furor around his taxes.
The billionaire investor also hit the 50% mark in his mission to give away more than 99% of his Berkshire Hathaway "A" shares.
Ted Weschler, one of Buffett's portfolio managers, revealed a personal stake of 6% in the department-store chain last October.
America's 10 wealthiest billionaire families saw their median wealth grow by 25% in 2020, per a report from left-leaning Institute for Policy Studies.
Jesse Eisinger outlined why he doesn't see philanthropy as a substitute for government, and how the US tax system is hugely flawed.
The global version of the "Buffett indicator" has climbed to higher levels than it did during the dot-com and housing bubbles.
"There are some very wealthy Americans. But it's important to remember we don't tax wealth," McConnell told conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt.
The enterprise-software and video-communications companies each invested $75 million in Monday.com during its IPO.
American Billionaires are able to skip paying federal income taxes by reducing their income to zero, even as their net worth soars.
The investor lives modestly, doesn't use popular tax loopholes, supports higher taxes on the wealthy, and is giving away virtually all of his money.
The fund manager predicted an epic comeback for value stocks and underscored Obama's competitive streak and work ethic in a new profile.
The "Dean of Valuation" also discusses Tesla's prospects, trumpets "big tech" companies, and criticizes Warren Buffett's recent track record.
Income taxes: 37%. Capital gains: 20%. ProPublica found billionaires avoid those by borrowing from banks at interest rates of less than 10%.
ProPublica published a report on the income and tax payments of Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, and other billionaires.
The Icahn Enterprises boss said his taxable income was zero in 2016 and 2017 because his investment expenses exceeded his returns in those years.
Our tax code has two massive tax loopholes that reward billionaires like Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos, and Elon Musk. Biden has a plan to fix that.
Buffett keeps his fortune in Berkshire Hathaway stock and doesn't pay a dividend to pay less tax, ProPublica said. The investor justified those moves.
After being canceled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the invite-only retreat is back on for 2021.
The billionaire investor's company made the biggest single investment in Nubank so far, valuing it at $30 billion.
The famed investor's company saw its Biogen stake soar in value after federal regulators approved the biotech's Alzheimer's drug.
Malone, who later claimed he would be "bigger than Warren Buffett" if he spun out fewer businesses, advised the investor not to buy the stock.
Prem Watsa's Fairfax Financial owns BlackBerry shares and convertible bonds that surged in value to $2 billion on Thursday.
The investor's Berkshire Hathaway owns 9% of Store Capital, a real-estate investment trust that counts AMC as a top 10 customer.
Bill Gates said the advanced nuclear reactor would perform better and cost less than a traditional nuclear power plant.
Kraft is an iconic brand known for its processed cheese slices and boxed macaroni. But as consumer tastes change, the brand has lost value.
The investor said it was a "very strong warning signal" when his namesake gauge surged during the dot-com bubble.
The "Shark Tank" billionaire sees decentralized autonomous organizations as disruptive. Buffett's company is decentralized and autonomous.
When Procter & Gamble bought Gillette in 2005, Buffett received over $4 billion of P&G stock. He exchanged that plus some cash for Duracell in 2014.
Melinda French Gates is said to have pushed for governance changes at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to protect it following the divorce.
"You make a bet like that in public with a guy like Warren, it's incumbent on you to think that your odds are awfully good to win," Ted Seides said.
Ackman's Pershing Square Tontine Holdings has been working to buy a piece of an "iconic, phenomenal, great business" for the past seven months.
Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway owned $203 billion worth of Apple, Bank of America, and three other stocks at the end of March.
Bill Gates and Warren Buffett got 211 billionaires to pledge half their wealth to charity. But some are moving slow - and still getting massive tax breaks.
Gore's Generation and Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway both invested in Aon last quarter. Generation and Munger's Daily Journal both bought Alibaba too.
Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway sold the stocks below current prices, might miss out on a reopening rally, and has struggled to spend the sale proceeds.
The famed investor's company also boosted its Verizon and Kroger bets and reduced its pharmaceutical positions.
"When we start working and playing again, inflation may be in store," the Scion Asset Management chief said in April 2020.
Ackman's Pershing Square Tontine Holdings has been working to buy a piece of the chosen company since early November.
The Tesla and SpaceX chief isn't the first executive to transcend corporate America and cross over into pop culture.
Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, the world's fourth and sixth richest men respectively, have been close friends for 30 years.
"I am like Warren Buffett," Schwarzenegger said. "I don't invest in things I don't understand." The former California governor has so far avoided crypto.
Berkshire Hathaway is the only stock close to hitting Nasdaq's upside limit, in part because of CEO and Chairman Warren Buffett's refusal to split it.
Corn, copper, lumber, wheat, coffee, cotton, lean hogs, soybeans, aluminum, and iron ore are all up double digits in 2021 amid rising inflation.
The famed investor's company could easily afford Twitter, Chipotle, Ford, eBay, and other blue-chip companies.
The famed investor's company has already spent about $8 billion on share repurchases this year, after $6.6 billion in buybacks last quarter.
"Calling most of the folks in the Reddit mob 'retail investors' is a misnomer. They are engaging in speculative activity," one expert said.
Buffett highlighted inflation, admitted he was probably wrong to trim Apple and sell Costco, and revealed he made some questionable stock purchases.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen quickly rowed back her comments on inflation, but they were enough to cause concern on Wall Street.
"It's not just stupid, it's shameful," Charlie Munger said about the boom in market speculation and regulators' inaction.
The billionaire investor revealed that his business partner, Charlie Munger, advised him against cashing out Apple and Costco stock.
"I'm trying to understand what our competitors are doing, what's the fundamental risks around those businesses, how they're going to get disrupted."
"I think what the Fed should do is follow what the Bank of Canada did last week, start tapping the breaks slowly," El-Erian told CNBC Monday.
"The directors are in agreement that if something were to happen to me tonight, it would be Greg who'd take over tomorrow morning," Buffett told CNBC.
The famed investor bemoaned the growing number of people treating the stock market like a casino over the past year.
Buffett said it was "probably a mistake" to trim his Apple stake, and warned against gambling on stocks and treating the market like a casino.
"You're looking at probably a different result than if we had kept our stock," Buffett said at Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting.
The famed investor said his right-hand man only allows him a few missteps, and he used them up selling Costco and Apple shares.
The famed investor's company spent $6.6 billion on share repurchases, significantly less than in the past two quarters.
The billionaire "Shark Tank" investor is confident that his two favorite stocks and either bitcoin or ether will beat the index.
The investor might comment on market speculation, reveal whether Berkshire has permanently closed any businesses, and explain why he sold Costco.
The gambling guru and former math professor forecast up to 500,000 deaths over the next year, bought supplies, and isolated himself in February 2020.
The famed investor and the Amazon chief have both quoted Benjamin Graham, trumpeted long-term stock ownership, and described the perfect business.
"Guessing at market tops, market bottoms - that is a complete loser's game," Dimon said. "I've never seen anyone win at it."
Klaus Schwab said he wanted to have a talk with the billionaire investor, who has urged companies to focus on profitability over climate risks.
The billionaire investor's company has made about $4 billion on American Express and $8 billion on Bank of America in under five months.
Warren Buffett's right-hand man probably heard from Li Lu, the fund manager who introduced Munger to BYD and has owned Alibaba shares in the past.
Wood said her team would assess Warren Buffett's favorite market gauge, which just hit a record 200% and might be signaling a stock-market crash.
Kanbrick cofounder Tracy Britt Cool warned that stimulus is distorting markets and low interest rates are "numbing investors to potential risks."
Wood said the current tech boom differed from the dot-com bubble as unprecedented innovation is underpinning company valuations.
Almost two decades ago, Buffett called the derivatives later used by Archegos "financial weapons of mass destruction" that were "potentially lethal."
Tesla Megapacks would be cheaper, more reliable, and work better than Buffett's emergency power plants, Musk said.
The Scion Asset management chief owns a copy of "Financial Warnings." He's sounded the alarm on Tesla, meme stocks, and cryptocurrencies this year.
The Pershing Square boss said his $2.6 billion pandemic hedge, and plowing more than $2 billion into stocks, generated 70% of the fund's gain in 2020.
The investor's company wants to build 10 emergency power plants with on-site gas storage, in exchange for a 9.3% guaranteed annual return.
"RH has outperformed Apple, Amazon, Google, Facebook, Nike, Starbucks, LVMH, Home Depot, Hermes, and just about everyone else, but Tesla."
After the elite golfer outplayed him while kneeling down, Buffett quipped, "I brought him to his knees."
The global version of the "Buffett indicator" has soared to 123%, surpassing its level during the dot-com bubble.
The famed investor's company has made a remarkable $9 billion on its Bank of America stake since January.
The famed investor's company sold shares for about $4.5 billion that are worth around $9.4 billion today.
The famed investor's company spent a record $25 billion on share repurchases last year, and shows no sign of stopping.
The winning employee will receive double the prize money if Buffett's hometown team, Creighton University, reaches the final four of the tournament.
The cryptocurrency has divided investors, winning over the likes of Mark Cuban and Kevin O'Leary but failing to sway Warren Buffett and Michael Burry.
"Apple's now a Buffett stock thanks as much to its management as its brand," Burry said after Steve Jobs returned as CEO and hired Tim Cook.
Tron boss Justin Sun was outbid at the last moment for the Beeple artwork at a Christie's auction on Thursday.
The famed investor and Berkshire Hathaway CEO has donated shares now worth over $90 billion to good causes.
"I thought the whole room was going to clear out and go to the men's and ladies room," Chris Nassetta said.
Berkshire "B" shares have jumped 13% this year, while Apple stock has fallen 10% over the same period.
"There are elements of Berkshire Hathaway," Apollo cofounder Marc Rowan said about the merger between the private-equity group and the insurer.
Berkshire's 2.5% stake in the oil major has soared in value by nearly 30% to $5.3 billion this year.
The Gamco Investors chief bought Berkshire "A" shares at an average price of $6,000 in the late 1980s. Those shares are now worth over $370,000 each.
The billionaire investor's stakes in BYD and Moody's are worth more than 20 times what he paid for them.
Efforts to improve bonds' "pathetic returns" by lending to shaky borrowers present a major risk to the broad fixed-income market, Buffett said.