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The answer ultimately comes down to deployment of free cash flow. The exhibits from the January article are repeated below. There is no doubt that Warren has been very clear he wants to us reinvest in the railroad.
And if you think about, if you are a public company, in terms of generating free cash flow, you really have three different alternatives. Buy back your stock.
Dividend out to your shareholders or reinvest in your company either your own company or through a strategic acquisition. There can be no further doubt that Burlington Northern expects to reinvest future free cash flows into the railroad.
The big question is when this increased level of capex will begin and in what areas the railroad plans to expand. The K was filed prior to the acquisition so plans could very well have changed.
However, during the first quarter, there were no indications of a rapid expansion in capex. Insurance is an excellent example of a business that requires negative working capital because of the float generated by premiums being paid prior to the emergence of claims.
The problem for Berkshire is that the company generates a massive amount of cash flow from subsidiaries and this cash flow must either be reinvested in new acquisitions, in existing subsidiaries, or returned to shareholders in the form of dividends or share repurchases. There are not many businesses of significant size that generate high returns on low levels of invested capital and can be purchased at bargain prices.
However, pending the disclosure of specific plans by management to ramp up expansion capex, much of this is just speculation.
Shareholders who wish to follow Burlington Northern at a level of detail greater than Berkshire provides should be aware that the company still files reports with the SEC. The author owns shares of Berkshire Hathaway.Your Mind and Your Money | Nightly Business Report | PBS urbanagricultureinitiative.com The Hollywood Reporter is your source for breaking news about Hollywood and entertainment, including movies, TV, reviews and industry blogs.
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