In the shoes of Warren Buffett: What company would I buy with 125 billion USD?

Over the past few years, Warren Buffett has been extremely careful how he uses his capital. The cash position of his company Berkshire Hathaway just exceeds the market capitalization of more than 450 companies in the S&P 500, more than 80 in the Nasdaq 100 and 11 in the Dow 30.

  1. Is the company in a good position both financially and in terms of its product range?
  2. Do I believe in the directors?
  1. PayPal
  2. Tesla
  3. Nike
  4. IBM
  5. Starbucks
  6. Cosco
  7. Boeing
  8. Goldman Sachs
  9. T-Mobile
  10. General Motors
  11. UPS
  • General Motors, because their cars are outdated and I don’t feel that they still bring big innovations
  • Goldman Sachs and PayPal, because cryptocurrencies are gaining more and more trust and will soon replace the banks.
  • T-Mobile, because here companies like Apple control the customers.
  • Boeing, because the corporate culture is broken.
  • IBM, because more and more things are becoming mobile and Chinese companies or Apple are taking over here.
  1. Tesla
  2. Nike
  3. Starbucks

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