Buffett: America's Economic Magic Is Alive and Well
America's golden goose of commerce and innovation will continue to lay more and larger eggs, writes the Berkshire chairman and CEO in his annual letter to shareholders.
Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) chairman and CEO Warren Buffett delivered a dose of optimism about America in his annual letter to shareholders, released Saturday morning along with the firm's 2015 results. The highly anticipated missive has long been required reading for Berkshire shareholders and value investors across the globe.
Morningstar's stock analysts will sift through the earnings release in a separate report. Beyond the business results, Buffett's annual letters also include key investing takeaways, observations, and quotable aphorisms to tide the faithful over until Berkshire's annual meeting--also known as the Woodstock for Capitalists--every spring (this year, on Saturday, April 30). Morningstar's Berkshire analyst, Gregg Warren, will be one of the three analysts, in addition to three financial journalists, asking questions at this year's meeting. And Morningstar markets editor Jeremy Glaser will be covering the event live with commentary on Morningstar.com (check out last year's coverage here). In a change to past protocol prohibiting video recording during the event, the 2016 meeting will also be webcast live on Yahoo Finance.
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