Warren Buffett believes that the markets have become a gambling parlor.

Warren Buffet claims that the recent volatility in the markets is due to irresponsible behavior by the financial industry, and this has led to some good opportunities for investment.

Mr. Buffett discussed how Berkshire depends on businesses that are mispriced, and how the company isn't responsible for mispricing.

Berkshire shareholders voted down proposals to make the board chairman independent and disclose climate risk.

Berkshire Hathaway shareholders lined up for hours to hear Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger speak.

Mr. Buffett greeted thousands of shareholders and seemed happy to be there in person.

Berkshire Hathaway had a lot of cash on hand, but didn't make any major moves in 2020.

Mr. Buffett got excited about investment opportunities when he read the annual report from Alleghany CEO Joseph Brandon.

Berkshire's decision to invest in Occidental Petroleum came about after reading an analyst note on the company.

Berkshire Hathaway has been able to find good investment opportunities because of the high level of speculation in the markets.

Berkshire Hathaway increased its stake in Chevron because of the company's strong performance.

Mr. Buffett and Mr. Munger defended Berkshire's decision to increase its stake in Chevron, saying that it is good for the US to produce more of its own oil.

Berkshire Hathaway has increased its stake in Activision Blizzard, Inc. and will profit from Microsoft's proposed acquisition of the videogame maker.

Warren Buffett doesn't want to lose people's money.