The annual Berkshire Hathaway stockholders meeting, known as Woodstock for Capitalists, is typically a mecca for investors, with thousands of people traveling to Omaha, Nebraska, for a festive weekend centered around Buffett's ruminations on the economy, stock picks and other topics.
But like so many events, the annual pilgrimage was disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Though Buffett was unable to mingle with attendees, the "Oracle of Omaha'' continued his tradition of presiding over an hours-long presentation and answering questions submitted by investors.
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