Bruce visits the Oracle of Omaha

Why everyone is going gaga over two old men on a stage (talking for seven hours)

This year’s Berkshire Hathaway AGM takes place on Saturday, 6 May.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield will be there, reporting from the frontlines.

This week, as a preview to the event, he interviewed Standard Bank Wealth Head of Innovation and Solutions Chris de Klerk.

Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).

You can’t be in the investment industry not having studied Buffett.

Chris de Klerk, Standard Bank Wealth

He regards it [Berkshire Hathaway AGM] as a family function.

Chris de Klerk, Standard Bank Wealth

They are investing $30 billion in renewables.

Chris de Klerk, Standard Bank Wealth

Fear is the foe of the faddist and the friend of the fundamentalist.

Chris de Klerk, Standard Bank Wealth

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