It’s been a busy few months for Warren Buffett.
The spry 77-year old began '08 with a $4.5 billion deal for Chicago industrial giant Marmon Industries. Then he used his still stellar financial standing to create a cash-rich municipal bond insurance company.
But he was only getting started.
On Monday of this week, the legendary investor backed Mars in a $23 billion purchase of Wm Wrigley forming the biggest candy maker in the world. Then on Tuesday Burlington Northern , the railroad in which Buffet owns a 20% stake, reported its highest profits ever.
With Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting on Saturday, it seems the “Oracle of Omaha” is seeing clearly now. Here's how to follow him out of the dark.
I think it’s not very complicated, says Jeff Macke. The buy is Berkshire Hathaway .
I think he’s so smart, Karen Finerman says. I agree that BRK is the buy.
Wells Fargo might be worth a look, adds Guy Adami as well as Johnson & Johnson . Buffett owns both.
Or check out American Express which is another one of Buffett’s top 10 holdings, says Pete Najarian.