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Berkshire Coverage

2016 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting

We bring Berkshire to you with our on-the-spot meeting coverage and analysis.

Around 40,000 people made the pilgrimage to Omaha this year for the  Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) (BRK.B) annual meeting to hear Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger answer questions about their investments, succession planning, and more.

But if you didn't make it to this year's "Woodstock for Capitalists," has the next best thing: on-the-ground coverage from Omaha.

We had a live blog of the entire meeting featuring insights from Morningstar’s Jim Sinegal, Dan Werner, and Jeremy Glaser. Our Berkshire analyst Gregg Warren was once again on the panel asking questions to Warren and Charlie, and we got his take on the event immediately afterward.

Ahead of the meeting, we had lots of additional coverage including our analysts' latest thinking on succession planning, valuation, and the energy headwinds facing the business today. We also took a look at fund managers who have successfully bought stocks in a Buffett style, and which "Buffett-like" stocks individual investors may want to look at today.

Meeting Coverage
What We Learned at Berkshire
Morningstar's Gregg Warren shares the insight he gained on Berkshire's capital spending and share buyback philosophy.

2016 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting Live Blog
Morningstar's Jim Sinegal, Dan Werner and Jeremy Glaser blog from the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting in Omaha.

Berkshire Better Positioned for Negative Rates
Morningstar’s Matt Coffina shares his takeaways from the Berkshire meeting, including how the reinsurance business is better positioned to withstand negative rates than its peers. 

Buffett: Only a Handful of Large Banks Worth Your Investment
Against the backdrop of increased regulation and other concerns, Buffett's caution on banks is warranted, says Morningstar's Dan Werner. 


Meeting Preview
What We'll Ask Buffett at the Berkshire Shareholder Meeting
Morningstar senior analyst Gregg Warren will be on this year's panel asking Buffett and Munger questions that he hopes will elicit some new insights into Berkshire's businesses.

Timeless Investment Lessons From Warren Buffett's Business Partner, Charlie Munger
A look at the worldview and investment philosophy of one of the great investors of our time. Plus, four ETFs that we believe have many of the characteristics that Munger (and Buffett) look for.

Funds That Buy Like Buffett 2016
Like the Oracle of Omaha, these funds prefer to buy and hold quality businesses.

Berkshire After Buffett: Who Will Be the Next CEO?
Berkshire will be 'just fine' with either of the top candidates as long as they stick to Buffett's approach to capital allocation and decentralization, says Morningstar’s Gregg Warren.

Is Berkshire a Good Buy Today?
Despite its runup this year, Berkshire's stock is trading at a reasonable entry point for long-term investors, says Morningstar's Gregg Warren.

4 Stocks for Buffett Enthusiasts to Consider
These four firms have wide moats, strong profitability, and reasonable valuations today.

Berkshire Move Alters Succession Debate
Berkshire's reinsurance consolidation tilts the CEO race more toward Abel than Jain. does not own (actual or beneficial) shares in any of the securities mentioned above. Find out about Morningstar’s editorial policies.