Billionaire Warren Buffett, appearing on CNBC for three hours on Monday, trumpeted stocks and bashed bonds.
Buffett also mused on "obscene" hedge fund fees, airlines, newspapers, banks, self-driving cars and a $1-million-a-year-for-life March Madness contest for his employees.
Here are all the stories culled from Buffett's wide-ranging "Squawk Box" interview:
- Buffett says US stock market not in bubble territory
- Why anyone would buy a 30 year bond 'absolutely baffles me'
- Buffett more than doubled his holdings in Apple in 2017
- 'I don't have a good answer' on why I didn't buy Amazon
- 'Obscene' hedge fund fees make people rich — just not investors
- Buffett to judge Trump on how he handles No. 1 threat
- It's going to be 'tough' for GOP to pass revolutionary tax reform
- Kraft Heinz bid for Unilever was not a 'hostile offer'
- I like airlines because they just 'got a bad century out of the way'
- Buffett sees only 2 newspapers with an 'assured future'
- Here's the very simple 'metric I use' before investing in a bank
- Buffett sees self-driving cars hurting the insurance industry
- March Madness contest: Buffett offers employees a way to get rich