There are four things a company can do with the net profits it makes: 1)Reinvest back into the company 2) acquire other companies 3) buy back its own shares—or----4) pay dividends. Companies that pay dividends are typically known for being more disciplined about their balance sheets. Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffet's company, rakes in billions in dividends every year but does not pay them out to investors. Instead, Berkshire reinvests dividends to create even and compound even more equity for the future. Today, we'll review exactly how you can put Berkshire's ideas to work for you in both good markets and bad! You don't want to miss today's show...MASTERING MONEY is on the air!