The Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett, celebrated his 93rd birthday on August 30. According to his own sense of humor, as a man in his nineties, candles are more expensive than cakes! In his 1994 annual letter to shareholders, he referred to Mrs. Rose Blumkin, founder of one of Berkshire Hathaway’s portfolios, the Nebraska Furniture Mart. 100th birthday celebration. In 1993, Mrs. Bloomkin celebrated her 100th birthday, which, according to Buffett, was probably the more expensive item given the number of candles required.
Warren Buffett made his first investment at the age of 11. His 82 years of investing experience seem unrivaled. The wisdom that can be gleaned from his decades of investing experience is equally unparalleled. Hear an entertaining conversation between Parvatha Vardhini and Hari Viswanath about some of Buffett’s funniest investing lessons.