Kennon-Green & Co. Global Asset Management, Wealth Management, Investment Advisory, and Value Investing

Berkshire Hathaway Shares Are Trading at the Lowest Valuation In Nearly a Decade

Berkshire Hathaway shares are now trading at around the lowest valuation relative to earnings and assets that they have since the dot-com bubble in the late 1990s. How is that possible? As the famed holding company of Warren Buffett has added businesses such as Burlington Northern Santa Fe, the stock price has treaded water so each dollar invested at today’s price represents more profit and equity than it did in the past.


The Smell of Brut Cologne Reminds Me of My Grandfather

Tonight, I reorganized the master bathroom at home and came across several bottles and products of Brut.  The company, once a luxury brand, has become one of the cheapest two-buck-chuck colognes in the United States and sells for a couple dollars at Wal-Mart.  Although I’m normally known for my obsession with high-end fragrances, even going so far as to special order scents from overseas and paying hundreds of dollars per ounce just to sample a new perfume house offering, this infamous brand still sits proudly on my shelf along with the most expensive and exclusive fragrances in the world. Why?  Because it reminds me of my grandfather.  It was his cologne of choice and the moment I smell it, I’m instantly transported back to my childhood.


Mail Bag – How Did You Arrive at Your Conclusion When You Said Homosexuality and Heterosexuality Are Morally Equal? An Introduction to Decision Tree Theory

You all just love writing me about this topic, don’t you? Wow. Okay. I’m going to use it as a way to explain how I process business strategy and investing decisions, too, though because, frankly, that is what I’m in the mood to talk about right now and I can introduce you to the idea…