Na CNN pogledu na Berksihire Hathaway iznutra. Neki izvatci:
CHARLIE ROSE: So no desire to have lots of, a lot of mansions around the world, a big boat — all those things that your wealth would allow you to do?
WARREN BUFFETT: I have every possession I want. I have a lot of friends who have a lot more possessions. But in some cases, I feel the possession possess them, rather than the other way around.
WARREN BUFFETT: Ted Williams described in his book, “The Science of Hitting,” that the most important thing — for a hitter — is to wait for the right pitch. And that’s — exactly the philosophy I have about investing…Wait for the right pitch, yeah, and… wait for the right deal. And it will come… It’s the key to investing.
LARA LOGAN: What would you say most investors do wrong?
WARREN BUFFETT: Well, they– they– think that what is important is next quarter’s earnings. And they think they have to trade around, and they have to read news events and change their opinion …And if people would…adopt the philosophy that they’re buying something to hold for the rest of their life. …they can’t go wrong doing that.
WARREN BUFFETT: (CHUCKLES) Charlie, America’s not in decline. I mean I was born in 1930, just imagine that you had foreseen 25 percent unemployment, 4,000 banks closing, the Dow going, from the day I was born, from 250 down to 42? I mean all kinds of things, a world war coming on. But this country, it moves ahead.
A bogatstvo i, naročito, blagostanje svijeta se povećava brže nego ikada. To se manifestira u vrijednosti tvrtki / dionica (equity).