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Boy asks Warren Buffett what he would do if he had another day with Charlie Munger. Billionaire investor responds

ByVrinda Jain
May 06, 2024 09:28 AM IST

Warren Buffett fondly remembered Charlie Munger and expressed his views. Buffett spoke at Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholders meeting on May 4.

Charlie Munger, vice-chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, died in November last year. Recently, when a young boy asked Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway chairperson and CEO, what he would do if he had one more day with Munger, Buffett fondly remembered him and expressed his views. He spoke at Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholders meeting on May 4.

Warren Buffett remembered Charlie Munger.

“Just wondering, if you had one more day with Charlie, what would you do with him?” the boy asked Buffett, 93.

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The billionaire investor said, "We always lived in a way where we were happy with what we were doing. He liked learning, and he liked a wide variety of things. So, he was much broader than I was. And we had a lot of fun together; we played golf and tennis. We did everything together. (Also Read: ‘Architect’ of the present Berkshire: Warren Buffett pays tribute to Charlie Munger)

Buffett, who is known as the the Oracle of Omaha, further added, "We had as much fun, perhaps even more to some extent with things that failed because then we really had to work and work our way out of them. In a sense, there is more fun in having that's your partner and digging your way out of a foxhole."

Watch the entire video of Warren Buffett here:

Since being posted, the video has gained numerous likes and comments. Many people flocked to the comments section of the post and shared their reactions.

Here's how people reacted to the video:

An individual wrote, "Some friendships are just exceptional."

A second added, "You can feel the pain, and his struggle to answer is evidence of that."

"The power of strong partnerships" shared a third.

A fourth commented, "Great question, great answer. Bravo!"

"Munger and Buffett are the greatest of all time. I can feel the sadness in Buffett's voice. May Charlie rest in peace."

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