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Trung Phan returns to the show for a third time to discuss Warren Buffett’s $18 billion miss on Disney - twice!
He and James discuss the 92-year-old’s growth investment strategies focused on long-term stakes, reducing risk profiles, and increasing margins decade-over-decade.
Additional topics include:
- Warren Buffett's 1966 Meeting with Walt Disney (03:56)
- How Warren Buffet became CEO of Berkshire Hathaway (13:50)
- Warren Buffett's relationships with Michael Eisner and Bob Iger (20:00)
- Buffett's willingness to invest in a company "late" (30:24)
- How did Buffett's investment style change over the decades? (40:20)
- The story of Rose Blumkin and the Nebraska Furniture Mart (45:50)
- James' trading strategy to piggyback Berkshire Hathaway's positions (52:42)
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