Berkshire Hathaway held its 2021 annual shareholder meeting on the 1st of May. Over the past two weeks, I’ve been reviewing comments made by Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, Ajit Jain and Greg Abel in the session.
I’ve been uploading my thoughts on their views to Gurufocus across a range of articles.
I thought I would pull all of these articles together in one post for readers who may be interested.
- Warren Buffett on Airlines: Berkshire Faced Huge Uncertainty
- Warren Buffett on SPACs: Investors Should Take Heed
- Warren Buffett Admits He Made a Mistake With Apple
- Warren Buffett Explains Why Apple, Facebook and Microsoft Are Great Businesses
- Why Did Warren Buffett Buy Chevron?
- Charlie Munger: Berkshire Hathaway’s Turnover Has Been ‘Way Too Much’
- Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger’s Greatest Lesson of 2020
- Warren Buffett Explains What Went Wrong With Precision Castparts
- Warren Buffett: Picking Winners Is Really, Really Hard
- Warren Buffett on Berkshire Hathaway’s Unique Structure and Culture
- Warren Buffett: Berkshire Hathaway Has $70 to $80 Billion in Cash to Spend
- Why Berkshire Hathaway’s Insurance Business Is so Successful
- Warren Buffett Explains Why Berkshire Still Has Some Exposure to Airlines