Sunday Morning Roundup: Berkshire Hathaway Shareholder Meeting

Last weekend my wife, daughter and I flew to Omaha for the annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting. While it may seem like an odd trip for the family, we had a blast. For me, I found the experience inspirational. I came back from the trip hyper focused on building a great business and investing with purpose. I wrote about one aspect of the trip, dividend investing, for the On Retirement blog over at U.S. News–The Case Against Dividends for Retirees.

Here was our view from the top:

Berkshire Hathaway 2013 Meeting

If you missed the meeting this year, here are some good articles that recap the event:

Warren Buffett Takes Center Stage Again After Shareholders’ Meeting by Jason Cunningham.

What Warren Buffett Said at the Berkshire Hathaway Shareholder Meeting by Diane Alter.

Berkshire Hathaway Shareholder Meeting: Blog Recap by Antoine Gara.

Now on to our weekly roundup–

Investing

Does a Bond Fund’s Yield Tell You Its Level of Risk? by Mike Piper.

Funds That (Still) Buy Like Buffett, 2013 by David Kathman, CFA.

IRA Investment Options: How to Choose Investments for Your IRA by David Weliver.

How NOT to Invest in Real Estate… A Case Study by Jason Hull.

Personal Finance

David Foster Wallace “This is Water” Commencement Speech by Jonathan Ping.

Carnival of Personal Finance – Happy Days Are Here Again Edition! by Neal Frankle.

Elizabeth Warren: Students Should Get the Same Rate as the Bankers by Kayla Webly. Note: At first I thought this was fake news from the Onion. But alas, Sen. Warren is actually proposing that school loan interest rates be set at the same rate banks pay for secured loans borrowed from the Federal Reserve’s “discount window.” Apparently, the current rate of 3.4% on student loans is just too onerous, and I guess we can throw the vastly different risk profiles between banks and college students right out the window.

14 Traffic Tickets That Can Raise Insurance Rates by Angela Colley.

Blogging

How to Shift From Guest Posting to Content Marketing in 6 Basic Steps by Eric Enge.

My April 2013 Monthly Income Report by Pat Flynn.

The Ultimate Guide to Making an Affiliate Income from Your Blog by Glenn at ViperChill.

Published or Updated: April 21, 2014
About Rob Berger

Rob founded the Dough Roller in 2007. A litigation attorney in the securities industry, he lives in Northern Virginia with his wife, their two teenagers, and the family mascot, a shih tzu named Sophie.

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