There are plenty of books written about Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger and Berkshire Hathaway. However there is a book with an intriguing title of “Pilgrimage to Omaha”. This I believe is an apt description to the phenomenon of investors from all over the world congregating in the mid-western of Omaha on the first weekend on May each year for the Annual Meeting of Berkshire Hathaway shareholders. Warren Buffett himself calls it “Woodstock for Capitalists”.
Pilgrimage to Omaha
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