Gabelli and Munger on the Economy, Markets

“Woodstock for Capitalists” — the annual meeting of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway — has been going on throughout the weekend in Nebraska, and Buffett’s comments have already made a lot of headlines. (More on those comments later today.) But Buffett isn’t the only one dishing out pearls of investment wisdom at the Omaha event. In separate interviews with CNBC, Mario Gabelli and Berkshire Vice Chairman Charles Munger — two Buffett fans who have compiled tremendous track records of their own — offered interesting takes on the market and economy. Gabelli said he thinks the government’s stimulus will work, and that, […]

Barron’s 2009 Roundtable Summary: Experts See Uncertain Times Ahead

This is the first of three Barron’s Roundtable articles featuring some of the best and brightest in the investment industry. In general, these experts see more uncertainty in 2009, but think there are ample opportunities for good stock-picking strategies. Writes Barron’s Lauren R. Rublen, “The [roundtable] was rife with history lessons and warnings — and optimism, too, that those who find bargains amid the rubble will reap rich rewards. Or, as [panelist] Meryl Witmer nicely put it, ‘It is an exciting time to be a stockpicker.’” By clicking on the image below, you can see our summary of the Roundtable […]