Is Buffett's "never bet against America" a platitude or is there real substance behind the statement?
Jim Cramer is shocked by the way Charlie Munger "trashed" Robinhood
Everything is better with a good hug
Michael Burry referencing Berkshire’s 1989 annual letter on the subject matter of inflation
Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.
Buttery steak, hash browns, and cherry Coke in a private room: Warren Buffett's daily meal at Gorat's Omaha steakhouse
August 1997: Buffett wants Berkshire to invest in Microsoft but is uncertain about competition (unable to estimate future cash flows)
When you come across a feel-good thing.
Bill Gross' Jan 5 2020 investment outlook: another long-winded letter with some interesting material in the middle
Berkshire's "third-largest business": Apple targets car production by 2024 and eyes 'next level' battery technology
Chris Bloomstran (noted Berkshire expert) discusses the 1999 bubble. Berkshire enters the picture in part 17 of the thread. See comments for a link