Yahoo Finance is the exclusive online host of the Berkshire Hathaway 2018 Annual Shareholders Meeting, coming Saturday, May 5th. For the third year this event is being live-streamed for all of the world to see. Investors and non-investors alike can witness history, live, as Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett and his right-hand man Charlie Munger share their unscripted views on the company, the markets, the economy, corporate governance, and a lot more.
"You can get in a whole lot more trouble in investing with a sound premise than with a false premise," Warren Buffett explained.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has a new buyback plan which could see the company repurchase its own shares for the first time in six years.
The massive philanthropic effort is a part of Buffett's lifetime pledge to divest part of his stock in Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) each year.
Full audio of Berkshire Hathaway's meeting and Q&A with Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger.
Over the years, Berkshire Hathaway has had to change how it invests. But the philosophy of value investing has stayed the same.
Warren Buffett is no fan of bitcoin, but his investing partner Charlie Munger likes it even less. Munger compares trading bitcoin to trading "freshly harvested baby brains."
Warren Buffett isn't getting any younger, but Berkshire Hathaway has already taken steps to prepare for life after the Oracle of Omaha.
Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger shared there thoughts on business, investing, politics, financial markets and the economy.
Warren Buffett wants Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices to do 10% of all residential real estate transactions in the U.S., currently it does 3%.
Democrats will bring single-payer insurance to the United States if they get back in power, says Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chairman Charlie Munger.
The potentially disruptive healthcare enterprise being developed by Berkshire Hathaway, Amazon and JPMorgan could have a new CEO very soon.
Warren Buffett warns that there's a 2% chance of a $400 billion cyber-based disaster happening each year.
"I see no reason to think that Wells Fargo going forward, is other than anything other than a large bank that had an episode," Buffett said.
Over the course of his lifetime, Buffett says, he's seen why investing in the U.S. economy is a much better bet than gold.
Warren Buffett's long-term view of investing allows him to avoid feeling scared or worried when the stock market goes down. Over the long run, U.S. investors have been rewarded handsomely for showing a bit of patience.