It’s a bit nerdy to admit it, but I’m quite excited!— Bruce Whitfield, The Money Show
A massive stadium packed to the brim with 40 000 ecstatic fans.
They’ve flown in from around the world.
They’ve been looking forward to this since last year this time.
It is here!
It’s time (Saturday, 6 May) for the 2017 Berkshire Hathaway AGM, and The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield is going!
Watch this short clip below (Whitfield is funny!)
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