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…

Charlie Munger’s Thoughts from the 2017 Berkshire Annual Meeting

“To make teaching endurable, it has to have enough wiseassery in it. And we do.” “We’ve done a lot of preaching [about investing] to not much effect.” “To the extent you’re working on it, you’re on the side of angels, but lots of luck.” Munger has tapped into something that makes his ideas both memorable…

How to Guarantee a Life of Misery – Charlie Munger

Even 30 years ago, Munger was already famous as the partner of another investing legend — the one and only Warren Buffett. Today, Munger is worth well over $1 billion. With his trademark down-to-earth wisdom and biting wit, his speeches and writing have gone on to inspire thousands of thinkers in the investing world and beyond. Munger’s…