Warren Buffet, the 92-year-old billionaire investor and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, clarified that he is not worried about the success of Berkshire Hathaway amid the current economic turmoil.
Warren Buffet, the world’s biggest investor, is looking very upset these days. He has also talked about his priorities and tension. But his problem is not with his company. During an interview on CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” 92-year-old billionaire investor and Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffet clarified that he is not worried about Berkshire Hathaway’s success amid the current economic turmoil. Rather, their concern is about the nuclear threat and they are concerned about any possible threat in the future.
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Warren has always been optimistic, to which his close friends attribute his success. There is a lot of positivity in his annual letters written to the shareholders of Berkshire and it is also reflected in his investment strategy. He tells investors to choose investments they believe in, regardless of their current price, and take advantage of stock drops to buy companies they trust.
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When Buffett faces situations that are out of his control, such as nuclear war, epidemics, he tries to reduce his stress by focusing on those situations and actions, whose solutions he can solve himself. Buffett believes that problems that can be solved must be thought about. At the same time, he also says that he cannot solve everything.
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Warren Buffet is the richest businessman in the world
Buffett’s focus on big issues and confidence in his ability to manage risk lead him to maintain a positive outlook for Berkshire Hathaway’s future. He has already chosen his successor, Greg Abel. Let us tell you that at present, Warren Buffet is the 5th richest businessman in the world. He has a total net worth of $114 billion. This year his net worth has increased by $6.84 billion. His company Berkshire Hathaway is the most valuable stock in the world.