Reporting from Omaha, Nebraska, Yahoo Finance’s Andy Serwer, Jen Rogers, Myles Udland and Julia La Roche review the highlights from the question and answer session. Ariel Capital CEO John Rogers and Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts stop by to chat with the crew.
Warren Buffett explains Berkshire Hathaway’s association with AIG, and talks about the value that brands like American Express, Coca-Cola and See’s Candies have, as intangible assets. Charlie Munger also talk about why they don’t do hostile takeovers, and how you don’t need an expensive business school
Legendary investor Warren Buffett explains how the company benefits from corporate tax cuts, and responds to a shareholder question on the benefit of being multilingual. Charlie Munger later pipes in to answer a question about why some Berkshire Hathaway companies have high-fee funds in their 401(K)
Warren Buffett explains how Berkshire Hathaway has opened itself up to invest in capital-intensive businesses. The legendary investor also discusses the challenges faced by the newspaper business, and is joined by Charlie Munger to explain why they will never buy into Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.
The Oracle of Omaha Warren Buffett talks about his friendship with Bill Gates and why he’s never invested in Microsoft, and explains why he’s bullish on the US economy, despite recent political events. Charlie Munger takes a shareholder question on using formulas when investing. The duo then talk about
Reporting from Omaha, Nebraska, Yahoo Finance’s Andy Serwer, Jen Rogers, Myles Udland and Julia La Roche chat with a whole host of characters attending the annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting. Guests in this episode include: Peking University’s Jeffrey Towson, Berkshire Hathaway Director Ron
Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger talk about the politics surrounding the healthcare system, and GEICO. Buffett also talks about the importance of ‘moats’ in the business, and talks about Elon Musk.
Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger explain how they keep their political preferences separate from their business decisions, and also explain why Berkshire prefers to return capital to investors through buybacks instead of dividends. Buffett also responds to a question from a shareholder on how he’d spend
Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger vow to reform the healthcare system through their deal with Amazon and J.P. Morgan. The two also talk about Ted and Todd’s performance, and discuss the consequences of trade tariffs.
Warren Buffett defends his investment in Wells Fargo in the wake of their fraudulent accounts scandals, and talks about future deals. Charlie Munger also pipes in for a discussion on See’s Candies, and the shrinking profit margins in the grocery business.
The Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett, and his business partner Charlie Munger talk about sharing responsibilities with people like Ajit Jain, Ted Weschler and Todd Combs. They also discuss the recent acquisition of Precision Castparts, US-China trade tensions, and cybersecurity.
Legendary investor Warren Buffett talks about Berkshire Hathaway’s business performance, and why he focuses on the long-run when he invests in the stock market.
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