Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger discuss intrinsic value at the 1997 Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting.
@7.00 Charlie Munger advocates the concept of opportunity cost.
@8.30 Compare with Coca Cola. Compare to Gillette. Is it better than buying Coca Cola or Gillette stock? Always compare to your own preexisting stock. Maybe better off buying more of the preexisting stocks.
@9.40 Concept of intrinsic value was easier in the past. Based on liquidation value. Based on asset value. You can see the discount from intrinsic value. Now, you need to get into Warren’s type of thinking on valuation.
@12.00 Part of the process of calculating intrinsic value is the ability to: Walk away from anything that doesn’t work? Walk away from anything you cannot understand?
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