Bruce visits the Oracle of Omaha

Coachella for Capitalists (aka Berkshire Hathaway AGM) is coming…

The 2017 Berkshire Hathaway Annual General Meeting takes place on Saturday, 6 May.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield will be there, reporting from the mosh-pit.

This week, as a preview to the event, he interviewed Standard Bank Global Head of Wealth and Investment Philip Faure.

Faure looked back at last year’s Berkshire Hathaway AGM and discussed the following themes from it:

  • The Buffett investment philosophy

  • Buffett’s take on technology companies

  • Buffett on active versus passive investing

  • Buffett often swims against the tide

  • Buffett and philanthropy

Listen to the interview in the audio below.

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