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“In all of our communications, we try to make sure that no single shareholder gets an edge: We do not follow the usual practice of giving earnings guidance or other information of value to analysts or large shareholders. Our goal
In this series, we suggest worthwhile reading material on a variety of topics of general interest. Daily Journal Corporation Annual Meeting – February 15, 2017. Charlie Munger spoke for nearly two hours at the Daily Journal annual meeting in Los Angeles.