In recent years, the role of Warren Buffett has been almost untouched as a business icon who has been involved in the U.S. economy for decades as his position as one of the richest people in the world and leading investor has been secure. Stansberry Research has recently been looking into the role of Warren Buffett and his Berkshire Hathaway company which remains one of the largest and most profitable in the world.
Stansberry Research has a range of bloggers and investment specialists who are willing to research companies and form opinions about the quality of the company and how they are being managed. One of the most impressive aspects of the Stansberry Research business model is the willingness to hold their experts to account for their advice and opinions; at the close of each year, independent experts evaluate and score the work of the editors, experts, and journalists working with Stansberry Research to make sure they are giving high-quality advice to all subscribers.
The fact each and every member of the Stansberry Research team is evaluated for their performance each year makes it clear to all the quality of the work being completed remains high. Publishers would not look to explore the health of a company such as Berkshire Hathaway without a high-level of confidence in the opinion being put forward which shows a change in business model has had a great impact on the work and value of the company known for making Warren Buffett a billionaire.
Berkshire Hathaway had previously developed an impressive business model which included a group of profitable insurance companies and already established companies know to subscribers at Stansberry Research as “the inevitables”. Low-risk investments such as Coca-Cola and other established low regulation companies only added to the profitability of Berkshire Hathaway decision to invest in the energy sector has limited the growth of Berkshire Hathaway as the company has required a major capital investment which has hit profits and limited their growth since the early 21st-century.