Will the real value investors please stand up?
Curiously, just 5 per cent of investors use the tried and trusted technique championed by Warren Buffett to estimate the difference between an asset’s price and its real value
For the most devoted followers of the legendary investor Warren Buffett, the biggest date in the diary is the annual general meeting of Berkshire Hathaway. Held every year in his hometown of Omaha in Nebraska, the Woodstock for capitalists attracted more than 30,000 shareholder fans last year.
Hosted by Buffett and his long-time business partner Charlie Munger, the gathering this year is on Saturday May 5, and some fresh nuggets of wisdom from the octogenarian duo...
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