Warren Buffett On Investing, Philanthropy And America’s Economy

A discussion and Q&A with Warren Buffett. In this discussion Warren answers students question about the Fed, the economy and investing. Warrens discusses philanthropy for the first half of the video with Brain Moynihan.

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Video Segments:
0:00 Introduction
9:30 Start of Warren
10:35 Best memories of Georgetown?
12:22 What created the fascination with investing?
14:05 Coming up with the giving pledge?
18:37 Why did you chose Bill gates?
21:18 Community work
23:49 What’s happening to the economy ?
28:24 Lessons of the last couple of cycles?
30:52 What makes you most optimistic about America in the next decade?
32:39 Your favourite time to invest ?
35:41 Start of Q&A
36:19 Stock tips for students?
38:44 Are you tempted to venture into the Brazilian market?
42:17 Will derivatives cause the next financial crisis?
46:08 Lifting the middle class not just the rich?
51:25 Should the person who takes over from Ben Bernanke continue the buybacks?
54:33 The key to a great company?
1:01:29 Outro

Interview Date: September 20th, 2013
Event:Georgetown University
Location: Gaston Hall, Georgetown
Supporting document: http://bit.ly/BuffettSD
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