Is Buffett still relevant? Insights by David Shapiro

In a market where cryptocurrencies and the Robinhooders dominate the conversation, the values and beliefs of investors such as Warren Buffett are coming under scrutiny. Are they still relevant?

David Shapiro

Chief Global Equity Strategist,
Sasfin Wealth
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David Shapiro, Chief Global Equity Strategist at Sasfin Wealth, experienced his first Buffett bash in Omaha in 2007. For the last 14 years he has been a regular at the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholders’ Meeting, although for the past 5 few years he has been streaming the proceedings rather than working his way to Nebraska. “I have learned an enormous amount from attending the meetings. Buffett and Munger’s ethical style and unpretentious rules will continue to lead investors for generations to come.” To hear more about David's insights and what he has learned watch the video below.

About the Author

David Shapiro
Chief Global Equity Strategist, Sasfin Wealth

David Shapiro joined Max Pollak and Freemantle, a member of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) in 1972, shortly after qualifying as a Chartered Accountant. He was appointed senior partner in 1988 and served on the committee of the JSE from 1986 to 1992. In addition to managing private client money and serving as Deputy Chairman of Sasfin Wealth, David manages the Sasfin BCI Equity Fund.