Shareholders conflict to Warren Buffett’s talk
April 30, 2016 - Picnic Time
The skies over Omaha might have been lifeless and gray Saturday, though after their question-and-answer event with Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway shareholders were walking on sunshine.
“They’re conspicuous men,” shareholder Cynthia Harriman said. “To me, it was a optimism. They don’t seem to take a fears and a threats of a universe as a reason to stop vital and investing and wanting to make certain change.”
“They’re unequivocally confident and they have a lot of knowledge to share with people,” shareholder Mike Emmer said.
Thousand of people done a outing to CenturyLink Center, and afterwards Nebraska Furniture Mart for a deals and a annual picnic.
‘This is my initial time,” shareholder Patti Hart said, “and it exceeded my expectations in a good way.”
“Now we know what everybody has been articulate about,” shareholder Judy Prendeville said.
Shareholders pronounced they suffer a festivities, though really, it’s about conference from a supposed Oracle of Omaha himself.
“They’re unequivocally insightful, unequivocally sensible. Very experienced. Unemotional analytical,” shareholder Jim Kohler said. “Just unequivocally good to hear their viewpoint on business and things in general.”