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Ask Warren Buffett a Question: What Question Will You Ask?

April 10, 2013 | About:
Holly LaFon

Holly LaFon

Personal investing advice from Warren Buffett – every investor’s dream, right? Well, this year, GuruFocus is attending the Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A)(BRK.B) shareholder meet in Omaha, and we’re submitting some questions for the Oracle’s question & answer session. Several journalists will select which will actually get asked, but instead of submitting ours, we’re going to send in the best questions from our readers.

To give us the question you would ask Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger, leave it in the comment section below. We will announce on the site if we get to ask it – and, of course, the answer – at the conference on May 4, 2013.

GuruFocus will also be updating readers live from the meeting and the coinciding Value Investor Conference, so stay tuned for all the news.

Here are the notes from meetings of previous years:

Berkshire Hathaway 2012:

Berkshire Hathaway 2011:

Value Investor Conference 2011:

See Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway portfolio here.

Rating: 3.7/5 (7 votes)


W1omega - 1 year ago
Are we running out of stuff as in resources as Jeremy Grantham says?
Btthus - 1 year ago
which came first, the chicken or the egg?
Varunfriend premium member - 1 year ago

Whats the best way to differentiate between value and value traps?
Jobyts premium member - 1 year ago
Why are the Geico advertisements not funny?
Mupampi - 1 year ago

Dear Mister Buffett,

If you could go back in time with a time machine and you go back to the year 1975 to speak with Benjamin Graham, what would you want to say to him?

Kind regards,

Ggaudzels - 1 year ago
why do you own Sanofi & tesco & sold your china holdings
Ggaudzels - 1 year ago
why do you own Sanofi & Tesco & sold your china holdings?
Cornelius Chan
Cornelius Chan - 1 year ago
What's up with BYD?
Vgm - 1 year ago

You've said that if you were running a $1M portfolio, you could guarantee making 50% per annum. Assuming you'd be doing things differently from what you currently do at Berkshire, what would be the critical features/attributes/financial characteristics of businesses you'd be looking for in that scenario?

Softdude2000 - 1 year ago

Depreciation charges of BRK is $5B. How many billions BRK shareowners are really losing in value because of depreciation? Please comment on nature of depreciation for different BRK businesses?

Thanks for sharing your hard earned knowledge.

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