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Berkshire Hathaway 2019 Annual Shareholders Meeting

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Yahoo Finance is thrilled to be the exclusive online host of the 2019 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholders Meeting on May 5th. This year, we are bringing it to you again in podcast form. Come listen to Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett and his right-hand man Charlie Munger as they share their unscripted views on the company, the markets, the economy, and a whole lot more. 

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Yahoo Finance is thrilled to be the exclusive online host of the 2019 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholders Meeting on May 5th. This year, we are bringing it to you again in podcast form. Come listen to Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett and his right-hand man Charlie Munger as they share their unscripted views on the company, the markets, the economy, and a whole lot more. 

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University of Berkshire Hathaway

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Two veteran value investors wrote a wonderful audio/book on these meetings: University of Berkshire Hathaway: 30 Years of Lessons Learned from Warren Buffett & Charlie Munger at the Annual Shareholders Meeting

Podcast for class traitors

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If you are or want to be a class traitor this is the podcast for you.

iTunes Ratings

87 Ratings
Average Ratings
58
14
2
5
8

University of Berkshire Hathaway

By Apg002 - May 12 2019
Read more
Two veteran value investors wrote a wonderful audio/book on these meetings: University of Berkshire Hathaway: 30 Years of Lessons Learned from Warren Buffett & Charlie Munger at the Annual Shareholders Meeting

Podcast for class traitors

By buy the book - May 12 2019
Read more
If you are or want to be a class traitor this is the podcast for you.
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Berkshire Hathaway 2019 Annual Shareholders Meeting

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Yahoo Finance is thrilled to be the exclusive online host of the 2019 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholders Meeting on May 5th. This year, we are bringing it to you again in podcast form. Come listen to Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett and his right-hand man Charlie Munger as they share their unscripted views on the company, the markets, the economy, and a whole lot more. 

Rank #1: Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholders Meeting Post Show

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Yahoo Finance's Andy Serwer, Jen Rogers, Myles Udland, Julia La Roche and Javier David discuss highlights from the show and what could be next for Berkshire Hathaway.

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May 05 2019

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Rank #2: Buffett and Munger discuss the Occidental Petroleum deal, explains Berkshire's risk model, details why Tesla insurance won't work, addresses philanthropy, reflects on their relationship, ponder investing and portfolio strategy, and explain the small size of See's Candies.

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Warren Buffett why they did the Occidental Petroleum deal, saying they don't think it's the last one they'll do. He explains Berkshire's risk model and says, "We have no formulas." Buffett expresses doubt in Tesla getting into insurance. He also talks about phlianthropy and his relationship with Charlie Munger.

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May 05 2019

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Rank #3: Buffett and Munger share how they think of M&A, explain why Berkshire's growth will slow and stock may underperform, address Nevada utility regulation, reveal the performance of Todd Combs and Ted Weschler, and discuss AmEx's competition.

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Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger share their M&A philosophy, They explain how Berkshire's size is becoming a drag on performance and its ability to compound returns. They warn why Berkshire may underperform the S&P 500. They address Berkshire's performance in Nevada. Buffett reveals that of investment managers Todd Combs and Ted Weschler, "one's modestly ahead" of the S&P 500, and both are beating Buffett. And they discuss American Express' competition.

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May 05 2019

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Rank #4: Buffett and Munger discuss the opportunity for Clayton Homes, praise the evolving U.S. economy, address calls for regulating insurance, explain the limited info in disclosures, share thoughts about China, and criticize Brexit.

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Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger explain how Clayton Homes could benefit from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The two talk up the U.S. economy and say, "I don't think you need to worry about American ingenuity running out." They address regulation in the insurance industry. Buffett explains why regulatory filings don't disclose much about Berkshire's business. They talk about being small in China, but are bullish on the opportunity. Buffett says he'd love to put more money into the U.K.

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May 05 2019

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Rank #5: Buffett and Munger defend investing in Amazon, delve into Berkshire's intrinsic value, discuss delayed gratification, express confidence in Berkshire's succession plan, and bash bitcoin.

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Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger justify Amazon as a value investment. They also express regret in missing Google. Buffett discusses insurance and how it impacts Berkshire's value. Munger explains delayed gratification and investing for the long term. Buffett shares his thoughts on wealth and happiness. They praise their successors Ajit Jain, Greg Abel, Todd Combs, and Ted Weschler. And they mock bitcoin.

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May 05 2019

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Rank #6: Warren Buffett defends stock buybacks, discusses the railroad business,

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Warren Buffett justifies stock buybacks, saying that he has no ambition to "spend a dime" if he doesn't think shareholders will be better off for it. Charlie Munger say Berkshire will be "more liberal" in repurchasing shares. The two also discuss the state of their rail businesses.

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May 05 2019

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Rank #7: Buffett and Munger explain the Wells Fargo scandal, justify a potential $100 billion stock buyback, share some fun investments, and address the state of politics.

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3/ Buffett and Munger explain the Wells Fargo scandal, justify a potential $100 billion stock buyback, share some fun investments, and address the state of politics.

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May 05 2019

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Rank #8: Buffett and Munger address 5G, discuss the soured Kraft Heinz investment, share their outlook for retail, and criticize alternative asset classes like private equity.

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Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger say they have limited knowledge of 5G technology. But they say they embrace change and they count on their managers to anticipate what's next for their business. They address the woes of Kraft Heinz. They discuss furniture stores in the context of the evolving retail landscape. And they criticize alternative asset classes like private equity, saying "It's not as good as it looks."

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May 05 2019

27mins

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Rank #9: Buffett and Munger explain how to be competitive in investing, address the relevance of ESG, expose the paradox of independent directors, talk about future energy projects, and defend why they don't buy more index funds.

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Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger discuss competition in investing, and the importance of doing a whole lot of reading and developing a competitive edge. They address calls for being more socially conscious. They also explain why independent directors aren't often what you want on a board. They answer questions about Berkshire's energy projects. And they defending holding a lot of cash instead of index funds.

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May 05 2019

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Rank #10: Buffett and Munger discuss railroad profitability, reveal what they value most, defend being opaque on investments, discuss flight safety, explain missing out on tech stocks, address the threat of activist investors, and talk about Geico.

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Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger explain the difference between the operating performance between railroad operators. The two reveal what they value most are two things you can't buy: time and love. They defend not being more transparent about stock holdings. The two also discuss what they know about flight safety in the wake of Boeing's 737 MAX jet problems. They explain Berkshire's philisophy on investing in tech stocks. They address concerns about activist investors. And they discuss competition in the insurance business.

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May 05 2019

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