Book of the week: The Most Important Thing by Howard Marks (The book was released today. I received a pre-copy, which I am currently reading and plan to do a write-up on. So far great stuff!)

Tons of great coverage out of Omaha it is hard to know where to start. However, I will try to avoid overkill:
Ultimate 2011 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting Guide

DealBook: Live-Blogging the Berkshire Annual Meeting’s Warren Watch

Seth Klarman Buys Land Worth $120 Billion for $80 Million!

Nestle (NSRGY) Dividend Stock Analysis

What Makes a Good Business?

Value – The New Alternative by Charles Brandes (Notes from Thursday’s 8th Value Investors’ Conference in Omaha)

How John Paulson Became a Billionaire in the Stock Market

How much money Paulson has made in Lehman… (LBHI)

How TIPS Funds Inflate Their Yields

Sysco (SYY): Gourmet Stock at a Fast Food Price with a Sweet Dividend Dessert

Gee golly, G. Willi and my thoughts on hummus

Redacted Version of the April 2011 FOMC Statement

It Would Have Happened Already, Redux

Danier Leather: Cheap And Accretive

Insider Weekends – April 29, 2011

Sunday Spectacle CXIX

10 Unknown Small Cap Stocks With Healthy Yields

Leading Indicator ?: Scarce Supply of Deep Value Opportunities

Security for Amazon’s Bezos: such a good deal!

Surveillance raises questions about Quadnetics

ELST.OB – The Journey of the Wireless Modem

Jeremy Grantham’s 1Q Letter: Time to Wake Up: Days of Abundant Resources and Falling Prices Are Over Forever

Global Carbon “Footprint” by Nation

Why Did America Have A 90% Income Tax Under Eisenhower?

Buy vs Rent

On this week’s Consuelo Mack WealthTrack, Great Investor Michael Hasenstab, Morningstar’s 2010 Fixed-Income Manager of the Year. Although only 37 years old, Hasenstab has shepherded the Templeton Global Bond Fund through ten years of market and competition beating performance. Consuelo asks Hasenstab why he is avoiding the U.S. and focusing on emerging market currencies and debt.