I’m Still Tap Dancing to Work | Warren Buffett

I’m Still Tap Dancing to Work | Warren Buffett
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Published on Feb 9, 2017

In 2013, legendary investor Warren Buffett was invited to sit down with Brian Moynihan (CEO, Bank of America) to talked about what makes a truly great business.

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I'm Still Tap Dancing to Work | Warren Buffett
Gaston Hall, University of Georgetown. September 19, 2013.

Warren Buffett talked about his fascination with investing, philanthropy and the economy.?He was interviewed by Bank of America chief executive officer Brian Moynihan and also answered questions from audience members.

The event at Georgetown University was presented in partnership between the Global Social Enterprise Initiative (GSEI) at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business and Bank of America.

00:55 - What are some of the best memories of Georgetown?
02:42 - What created the fascination with investing?
04:25 - The development of the Giving Pledge.
09:11 - The relationship with Bill gates?
11:38 - Other kinds of Philanthropy.
14:11 - The current state of the American Economy (2013).
18:44 - Investing lessons from the last couple decades.
21:27 - What makes you most optimistic about America in the next decade?
22:59 - Investing when others are fearful.
Open Audience Q&A
26:39 - Do you have any stock tips for students?
29:04 - Are you tempted to venture into the Brazilian market?
32:37 - Will derivatives cause the next financial crisis?
36:28 - Lifting the middle class not just the rich?
41:45 - Should the person who takes over from Ben Bernanke (ex-Chairman, Federal Reserve) continue the buybacks?
44:53 - What is the key to a create a great company?

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