Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger always deliver useful lessons in how to think about investing, including an honesty in talking about their own mistakes and misses.
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Warren Buffett’s latest letter to shareholders gives his definition of ‘risk’ and makes surprising points about holding bonds versus shares which will delight equity investors and managers.
Australians love dividends and complain when a company cuts its payouts. But neither Amazon not Berkshire Hathaway are ever likely to pay a dividend, and it doesn’t bother most of their investors.
Major institutional asset managers struggled to meet their long-term return objectives last year, and conditions are not expected to improve. But the market usually throws up opportunities to outperform.