In this first part episode, Preston and Stig talk about their amazing experience from meeting up with the TIP community in Omaha for the Berkshire Hathaway annual shareholder meeting. In this episode, you’ll also hear Warren Buffett’s answer to the best questions asked by the shareholders for the 2017 meeting. After hearing each response by Buffett and Munger, Preston and Stig’s provide their analysis of the discussion

Pictures from the event are listed below.

In this episode, you’ll learn: 

  • Why Warren Buffett recently sold IBM stocks and bought Apple instead
  • How much Warren Buffett thinks the Berkshire stock will compound its intrinsic value over the next 10 years
  • Why Warren Buffett regrets not investing in Google
  • Why Warren Buffett is a great stock picker, but an even better business owner

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Preston and Stig’s discussion about the Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders’ meeting in 2016

Preston article about Apple’s valuation featured on Forbes.com

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Berkshire Hathaway Shareholder’s Meeting 2016


Pictures from the Meeting


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