Listening to Warren Buffett never gets old to the thousands of Berkshire Hathaway shareholders who are filling an arena to listen to the billionaire investor at the company’s annual meeting on Saturday.
The chance to hear Buffett and Berkshire Vice Chairman Charlie Munger field questions for more than five hours is again expected to attract more than 30,000 people to Omaha, Nebraska.
Dave Mueller flew out from Denver, Colorado, for his fourth meeting to hear the 86-year-old Buffett and 93-year-old Munger. Buffett often spends several minutes explaining complex topics in plain terms before Munger cuts to the heart of a topic in a few words.
“I just love hearing them answer questions,” Mueller, 70, said. “And Charlie”s dry sense of humor appeals to me.”
The executives who run Berkshire subsidiaries also look forward to the meeting each year because it gives them a chance to meet with fellow managers and