Takeaways From The Berkshire Hathaway weekend

Warren Buffett chaired Berkshire Hathaway’s annual meeting over the weekend, and 40,000-plus faithful shareholders gathered in Omaha, Nebraska, to hear the Oracle’s pronouncements. Buffett, 87, and his vice chair and sidekick of six decades, Charlie Munger, 94, followed up Saturday’s daylong meeting with an appearance on CNBC’s Squawk Box with host Becky Quick Monday morning…

Tilson Funds Research Report – Berkshire Hathaway

Berkshire Hathaway: A Safe, High Quality, Growing Company With 30% Upside Over the Next Year Who will replace Buffett? When Buffett is no longer running Berkshire, his job will be split into two parts: one CEO, who has not been named, and a small number of CIOs (Chief Investment Officers). A CEO successor (and two…

Bill Gates Letter to Warren Buffett

Our 2017 annual letter is addressed to our dear friend Warren Buffett, who in 2006 donated the bulk of his fortune to our foundation to fight disease and reduce inequity. A few months ago, Warren asked us to reflect on what impact his gift has had on the world. It’s a story about the stunning…

Warren Buffett Finds Stocks Fairly Priced Now

Warren Buffett said stocks have “moved a long way” in the past five years, going from “ridiculously cheap” to “more of less fairly priced now.” “We don’t find bargains around but we don’t think things are way overvalued either. We’re having a hard time finding things to buy.”  Warren Buffett said stocks have “moved a…