Berkshire Hathaway shareholders packed the massive CenturyLink Center in Omaha for the annual meeting. The official count is expected to exceed last year's total of about 35,000. With the stock up 35% in the last year and no dark clouds hanging over the company, is Berkshire too popular at the moment?
Motley Fool analysts Joe Magyer and Rex Moore were in Omaha for the annual meeting, and they offer their thoughts on this question.
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