Takeaways from the 2021 Berkshire Annual Letter

This weekend the ritual of releasing Berkshire Hathaway’s annual report, along with Warren Buffett’s infamous annual letter took place, along with the obligatory over- analysis of said letter. And to be honest, it was pretty bland. Here is a link to the letter in its entirety. Mr. Buffett reiterated some key themes, as he hasContinue reading “Takeaways from the 2021 Berkshire Annual Letter”

How Going Back to School Can Impact our Kids Relationship with Money

This past weekend, my wife and I made the decision to enroll our kids in the virtual option offered by their school for the fall semester. It was a difficult decision for a myriad of reasons, but the reason I wanted to share this with you is because I know that a lot of folksContinue reading “How Going Back to School Can Impact our Kids Relationship with Money”

Lessons from the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting

Every year folks anxiously line up outside the arena in Omaha, waiting to hear Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger deliver their opinions on all things. Like most other things this year, there was a change, and we were watching Mr. Buffett and Vice Chairman Greg Abel sit in a 18,000 seat arena pretty much byContinue reading “Lessons from the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting”

Thoughts on Warren Buffett’s Annual Letter

Every February investors wait with anxiousness, like children waiting for Santa Claus, for Mr. Buffett’s annual letter to shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway to be released – myself included. Investors wait with anticipation and like many things, over analyze seemingly every word and punctuation mark to try to sort out clues as to what Mr. BuffettContinue reading “Thoughts on Warren Buffett’s Annual Letter”