Billionaire investor Warren Buffett will release his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders in the near future on March 1.
Buffett likes to release his Berkshire Hathaway shareholder letter, along with the company’s annual report, over the weekend on a Saturday. But due to regulatory deadlines, he will be forced to release the report instead on a Friday afternoon. This is the first time it’s happened since 2008.
As far as business documents are concerned, the Berkshire Hathaway shareholder letter is the best read and most quoted business document. Warren Buffett uses great skill and humor when explaining the very complicated subject matter of investing. The chairman and CEO also talks about other topics besides the financial results of the company.
Investors like to read Warren Buffett’s annual letter hoping to find insight into what Berkshire Hathaway will buy next, and it’s a great way to see if you can figure out who’s going to lead the conglomerate based out of Omaha, Nebraska once Mr. Buffett is no longer with us.