Buffett's Hidden Genius
The following video is from Friday's Motley Fool Money roundtable discussion, in which host Chris Hill, and analysts Ron Gross, Jason Moser, and Charly Travers discuss the most influential investing stories of the week.
In his annual letter to shareholders, Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett implored CEOs to stop complaining about uncertainty, and start putting their capital to work. Buffett disclosed that his company was buying more Coca-Cola , American Express , Wells Fargo , and IBM . And Buffett praised the investment performance of his top two lieutenants, Todd Combs & Ted Weschler. In this installment of The Motley Fool Money Radio Show, our analysts talk about the genius of Warren Buffett.
Thanks to the savvy of investing legend Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway's book value per share has grown a mind-blowing 586,817% over the past 48 years. But with Buffett aging, and Berkshire rapidly evolving, is this insurance conglomerate still a buy today? In The Motley Fool's premium report on the company, Berkshire expert Joe Magyer provides investors with key reasons to buy as well as important risks to watch out for. Click here now for instant access to Joe's take on Berkshire!
The relevant video segment can be found between 12:55 and 15:58.
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