What can allocators learn from Buffett's long-term business partner?
With the passing of Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett's right-hand man in business (and perhaps in life too), we have collected some of the most recent stock selection insights to commemorate one of the greatest figures in the world of finance. Below you'll find some of Munger's timeless views alongside a selection of the latest equity market analysis.
Charlie Munger was one of the world's best investors. Although known for his money-making ability, Munger was also an insightful thinker.
Watch the last CNBC interview with Warren Buffett's long-term business partner, Charlie Munger, which was filmed ahead of what it would have been his 100th birthday.
In 1978, Munger became Vice Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, a position he has held until his recent passing away. Here is a short history of the legendary investors' career.
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When selecting stocks, the company's moat - that important business defence - is a key factor. Brands can be a strong moat, protecting cash flows.
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