Ingram explained the significance of the Berkshire Hathaway Annual General Meeting.
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You’re being barged out of the way by 60 and 70 year old ladies!— Warren Ingram, Personal Finance expert
We start queuing at 4.00am on the day of the AGM.— Warren Ingram, Personal Finance expert
You’ll see Warren Buffett and Bill Gates walking around with one or two minders at most. You’re standing within five or ten metres from them!— Warren Ingram, Personal Finance expert
They give the most brilliant answers! It’s like your grandfather on brains steroids!— Warren Ingram, Personal Finance expert
It’s different every year.— Warren Ingram, Personal Finance expert
There are about 40 000 people in the arena and about another 40 000 in the halls around it.— Warren Ingram, Personal Finance expert
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