Why Charlie Munger Stopped Managing Investors’ Money – ValueWalk Premium
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Why Charlie Munger Stopped Managing Investors’ Money

It is well known that Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett's right-hand man and the vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, has never been as much as a committed deep value investor has Warren Buffett.

In an interview with Jason Zweig of the Wall Street Journal back in 2014 called, A Fireside Chat with Charlie Munger, Munger told Zweig "I don’t love Ben Graham and his ideas the way Warren does." He went on to say "I think Ben Graham wasn’t nearly as good an investor as Warren Buffett is or even as good as I am. Buying those . . .

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