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Hi, I’m Brad Feld, a managing director at the Foundry Group who lives in Boulder, Colorado. I invest in software and Internet companies around the US, run marathons and read a lot.

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Fantastic Notes from an Interview with Warren Buffett

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If you are a long time reader of this blog, you know I’m a huge Warren Buffett fan.  So are many of you – when I offered to send out the "Annual Letters of Buffett Partnership, Limited, 1957 – 1970" I got over 1000 requests and every week I get a new one. (FYI – if you want them, just email me a request and I’ll send them to you, but you have to promise not to post the letters per a request from Buffett.)

This morning I read through a post titled Notes From Buffett Meeting 2/15/2008This was from a Q&A session with Buffett hosted for students from Emory’s Goizueta Business School and McCombs School of Business at UT Austin.  Outstanding stuff.  Thanks Scott for pointing me to it.

  • Barrett

    He spoke at Babson College when I was in B-school there and he was really great. Good speaker, good advice,

  • ady

    It was indeed a great Q&A session. But i don't agree with Buffet on his answer to the question related to the infrastructure investment. In my country, recently banks were allowed to give consumer financing debts, but that din't work. It may have increase the GDP but I relate that growth to the one similar to hot air balloon.

  • Barrett

    He spoke at Babson College when I was in B-school there and he was really great. Good speaker, good advice,

  • ady

    It was indeed a great Q&A session. But i don't agree with Buffet on his answer to the question related to the infrastructure investment. In my country, recently banks were allowed to give consumer financing debts, but that din't work. It may have increase the GDP but I relate that growth to the one similar to hot air balloon.

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