Category: What is Burgundy reading
Anne Maggisano

Warren Buffett: Contrarian Thinking & Investing in Action

Warren Buffett’s annual shareholder letter is always a major event at Burgundy and this year was no exception. The release of the letter on March 1st, a Friday afternoon, meant that many of us spent our weekend parsing Buffett’s every … Read More →

Mathew Harrison

Time to Re-establish Trust

Investor optimism is at a low point due to a lack of confidence in the financial system, and the reasons for this are many and varied. From the financial crisis of 2008 that erased a significant amount of investor savings … Read More →

Mathew Harrison

Berkshire Hathaway’s Annual Shareholder Letter

Although we read a lot at Burgundy, there is little that is considered “mandatory” reading. Warren Buffett’s annual letter to shareholders might top the list. Not long after the letter to the shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway is posted online, a … Read More →

Rob Barbara

Hedge Funds: Quitting While They’re Behind

Last month, Mat Harrison’s post “Where to Hide” mentioned how hedge funds have not been living up to their intended objectives. Building on this idea, The Economist posted an article that talks about the recent hardships hedge funds are experiencing … Read More →