Buffett on his relationship with Munger: ‘In 62 years, we’ve never gotten mad at each other’

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Billionaire investing icons Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger have never had an argument in their six decades of business and friendship. 

“We have never had an argument, really, in 62 years, and it’s not that we agree on everything. We’ve, literally, in 62 years, we’ve never gotten mad at each other,” Buffett said at Berkshire Hathaway’s (BRK-A, BRK-B) annual shareholders on Saturday. 

Munger, who’s held different opinions on investments such as Costco and Wells Fargo, said “luckily there’s no conflict, and Warren I don’t have to agree on every damn little thing we do. We’ve gotten along pretty...read more...