Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting: Good Resources


MoneyBeat: “Live Blog: The 2014 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting”
Financial Times Live Blog of the 2014 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting
DealBook Liveblogging the 2014 Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders Meeting (BRK)
2014 Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting: live blog MarketWatch

Live Chat: The Berkshire Hathaway 2014 Annual Meeting Motley Fool

2014 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting Live Blog Morningstar

Recap: The 2014 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting

As Buffett, Singer Warn of Derivatives Implosion, Fed Posts Watch List

Stay tuned for EXTENSIVE coverage from ValueWalk on the Berkshire Hathaway coming tonight, tomorrow and monday. Also we will be covering the Sohn Conference and a special event from the NYSSA in honor of Ben Graham;’s 120th birthday.

Blue Mountain Credit Fund still in the red YTD; here are their biggest holdings

Blue MountainBlue Mountain Credit Alternatives Fund was up 0.36% for November, although the fund remains well into the red for the year. For the first 11 months, the fund was down 24.85% gross. Q3 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Blue Mountain's fundamental credit strategy was up 0.63% for November, including a 1.09% gain for Read More

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I was born and raised in Murmansk, Russia (the home for Russia’s northern navy fleet, think Tom Clancy’s Red October). I immigrated to the US from Russia in 1991 with all my family – my three brothers, my father, and my stepmother. (Here is a link to a more detailed story of how my family emigrated from Russia.) My professional career is easily described in one sentence: I invest, I educate, I write, and I could not dream of doing anything else. Here is a slightly more detailed curriculum vitae: I am Chief Investment Officer at Investment Management Associates, Inc (IMA), a value investment firm based in Denver, Colorado. After I received my graduate and undergraduate degrees in finance (cum laude, but who cares) from the University of Colorado at Denver, and finished my CFA designation (three years of my life that are a vague recollection at this point), I wanted to keep learning. I figured the best way to learn is to teach. At first I taught an undergraduate class at the University of Colorado at Denver and later a graduate investment class at the same university that I designed based on my day job. Currently I am on sabbatical from teaching for a while. I found that the university classroom was not big enough for me, so I started writing and, let’s be honest, I needed to let my genetically embedded Russian sarcasm out. I’ve written articles for the Financial Times, Barron’s, BusinessWeek, Christian Science Monitor, New York Post, Institutional Investor … and the list goes on. I was profiled in Barron’s, and have been interviewed by Value Investor Insight, [email protected], BusinessWeek, BNN, CNBC, and countless radio shows. Finally, my biggest achievement – well actually second biggest; I count quitting smoking in 1992 as the biggest – I’ve authored the Little Book of Sideways Markets (Wiley, 2010) and Active Value Investing (Wiley, 2007).

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