With the S&P 500 Recently down about 20% from its 52-week high, many investors’ portfolios are going into crisis. It can be easy when markets skyrocket to ignore the advice of super investor Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathawayknown for its adherence to valuable investments and its reluctance to chase popular, publicly traded stocks.
But at times like these, many people find a sudden interest in the boy, who has built a fortune over many decades, through high and low markets. Here are a handful of podcast episodes you could check out, to learn more about Buffett, his history, and his investments, among other things.
1. Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger: a wealth of wisdom
One key thing to know about Warren Buffett is that he didn’t get his big hit on his own. He first credits the “ovarian lottery” win – being born in the right time and place – and he also credits his longtime business partner and good friend Charlie Munger. In this episode of CNBC’s Squawk Pod podcast, the first of a four-part series, Buffett and Munger discuss their friendship and how some early failures have helped them become better investors.
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2. Warren Buffett Biography
One financial podcast you may have heard of is “We Study Billionaires” – reportedly “the largest stock investment podcast show in the world with over 85,000,000 downloads”. As you might expect, this billionaire podcast has a lot to say about Warren Buffett. A recent episode asked (and answered): “Would Warren Buffett invest in Venture Capital?” while the older ones discussed a classic biography of Buffett and reviewed his recent annual meeting.
3. The 6 commandments of Value Investing
“The Intellectual Investor” is a content podcast from respected investor Vitaliy Katsenelson and, as a value investor, is – unsurprisingly – a Warren Buffett fan. In his 40-minute episode “The 6 Commandments of Value Investing,” he discusses investing in value, with extensive references to Buffett. Two of his commandments, for example, are “Margin of safety: make room for your purchase price to be wrong” and “In the long run, the shares return to their fair value.” Katsenelson observes: “This belief that undervaluation won’t last forever is critical to valuing investment … This is an evidence-backed faith with hundreds of years of supporting data.”
4. The quotable Mr. Buffett
We at The Motley Fool have several podcasts and many of us are also ardent Warren Buffett fans. “The Quotable Warren Buffett” is an episode of Motley Fool Money in which Alison Southwick and Robert Brokamp and other Fool investors discuss their favorite Buffett quotes, such as “It’s much better to buy a wonderful company at a fair price than a company. fair at a wonderful price. ” Buffett said many, many insightful things about money, investments, and life – and many are worth reading. (Buffett is also a huge fan of reading and has challenged others to read more.)
5. Five Lessons From Warren Buffett
In this episode of the people of 7Investing, Adam Mead, CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Mead Capital Management, and author of The complete financial history of Berkshire Hathaway, is interviewed, offering reflections on Buffett’s investment style. He also explains how growing investors could be a little more like Buffett, to improve their performance, for example by researching and waiting before jumping to stocks. Buffett’s approach is also compared to Cathie Wood and her Ark investment initiatives. There is also a video version of the episode.
A little time spent searching online will reveal far more podcast episodes focusing on Warren Buffett and his investment wisdom. Listening to some of the above or others can be a great way to get smarter while driving to work or mowing the lawn.
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