Warren Buffett’s right-hand man talks about investing philosophy and what has worked for Berkshire Hathaway.
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Charlie Munger chats about what has made Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway great, how individual investors can succeed, what’s wrong with accounting rules and why institutional investors have lost their minds.
Berkshire Hathaway vice chairman Charlie Munger calls those seeing Burger King move as a tax inversion ‘stark raving mad.’
A select reading list of good blogs, websites and Twitter feeds for long-term investors who want to tune out the noise.
Just knowing that people like you are paying attention to the same thing at the same time can intensify emotions like fear and greed that can be dangerous to investors. Make sure you pick your peers wisely.
Lots of people seem to think that companies should have to disclose in their financial statements how much they give to politicians and political causes, but investors are on their own.