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Philip Weiss - Apprise Wealth | The Berkshire Report

Season 1, Ep. 96

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway holds its shareholders' meeting in Omaha each year. It's known as the Woodstock for value investors. A recent guest on this podcast, Phil Weiss of Apprise Wealth, mentioned that he was attending and I asked if he would return and report to listeners. The Berkshire Annual Meeting is unique as most companies only talk to "The Street" or analysts, but Warren & Charlie and other principals take questions from ordinary shareholders. Berkshire releases earnings on Saturday morning typically when the market's not open. The results can be digested and no-one gets any information earlier. It's a special occasion in terms of communicating with the company, hearing about the company's performance, and answering questions which are not just about the company but about life in general. 

We mentioned a link to a blog post from Phil: https://apprisewealth.com/news/apprises-five-favorite-reads-for-the-week-of-may-1-2022/

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