(February 14, 2019) Charlie Munger, the 95-Year Old Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chairman & Chairman of the Daily Journal, speaks to shareholders at the newspaper’s annual meeting. Munger, in his usual, no holds barred manner, speaks for two hours.
Warren Buffett says he's still buying stocks. The billionaire talks about his investing strategy with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets."
Warren Buffett takes shareholders back to his first stock trade in 1942—a transaction he now regrets. He shares the story to illustrate his belief that no matter what’s happening in the country or in the economy, investors should remain confident in the American system and hold stocks for the long-term.
(February 26, 2018) Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO, talks about volatility in the market, the value of American business and what to look for when investing.
(May 6, 2017) Warren Buffett says the ultimate answer to a key question will help determine whether he was right to leave behind his long-standing aversion to airline stocks.
(Feb 27, 2017) Warren Buffett looks at individual stocks. It has nothing to do with the Federal Reserve or the election. Berkshire Hathaway bought a lot more Apple since year end, says Buffett.
(April 30, 2016) Warren Buffett was asked on how should they look at stocks, when the media advertises companies that have never made a dime in their life go IPO.
(April 30, 2016) Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger weigh in on why recognizing what they can’t do and behaving well have led to their success in business.
(September 15, 2014) Warren Buffett was interviewed by Louisa Serene Schneider on his experience learning from Benjamin Graham, the father of value investing.
(May 3, 2014) Warren Buffett explains why his will dictates for his wife’s cash to be put into a stock index fund instead of Berkshire Hathaway shares.
(May 3, 2014) Warren Buffett explains why climate change doesn’t play into Berkshire Hathaway’s investment decisions.
(September 27, 2013) Warren Buffett discusses one of his investment strategies on waiting for the right stock that is in you zone of competence, if you don't understand how the company works or makes money, don't buy it.
(May 2, 2009) Warren Buffett of Berkshire Hathaway outlines the main investment principles he practices.
(May 2, 2009) Warren Buffett says he wants people who own Berkshire stock to have the same philosophical framework he does when it comes to investing.
(May 1, 2004) Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger explain how they built their knowledge about investing.
(May 3, 2003) When Warren Buffett considers buying a company, he looks for managers with a passion for and a long-term commitment to their businesses.
(May 3, 2003) Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger talk about why they focus on company results rather than worrying about stock prices.
(May 3, 2003) Warren Buffett describes why reading publications and financial reports is more useful than talking to managements when evaluating business opportunities.
(May 4, 2002) Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger explain how they determine what types of business they can understand and the importance of knowing the “boundaries of your competence.”
(April 28, 2001) Warren Buffett explains the process he would use if he were just starting out again in investing.
(April 29, 2000) Warren Buffett goes back 2600 years to find an important investing lesson in the moral of a very well-known fable.
(May 5, 1997) At the 1997 #Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting, Warren #Buffett defines the intrinsic value as the future cash inflows or outflows from the business to the owners and then discount that back at the appropriate interest rate. Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger also explained why it is important to understand the business and... Continue Reading →
(May 5, 1997) Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett describes his process for quickly judging whether or not he’s interested in investing in a particular company.