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Omaha Meeting 2024 – Session Two

Breakfast in Omaha Meeting 2024 – Session Two

This year I hosted my readers for breakfast in Omaha. This is session two of the this year’s meeting.
Breakfast in Omaha Meeting 2024 - Session One

Breakfast in Omaha Meeting 2024 – Session One

In 2022, I started a new tradition, and so this year too I hosted my readers for breakfast in Omaha.
3 Minute Crash Course in Failure

3 Minute Crash Course in Failure

At the very deepest point of pain you have to embrace this and say: What can I learn from this?
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This is part one of the winter seasonal letter I wrote to IMA clients, sharing my thoughts about the economy and the market. I tried something I’ve never done before. Instead of conveying my message through storytelling, I tried to compress my thoughts into short sentences…
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Katsenelson

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Vitaliy Katsenelson is the CEO of IMA, award-winning writer, author of Active Value Investing, The Little Book of Sideways Markets,  his latest book, Soul in the Game: The Art of a Meaningful Life, and a student of life.

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30 Years in America

30 Years in America – Edition 2024

On the 30th Anniversary of my family’s arrival in the United States from Soviet Russia, I reflect on my time here. After recounting the hard early days in a new country when I was “fresh off the boat”, I offer perspective on how America has changed since I arrived. What I see now is, in some ways, more troubling than what I found all those years ago as a new immigrant.

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When in the past I described my trip to the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting to others, I often found that I contradicted myself.
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The Slippery Slope of Student Loan Forgiveness

The Slippery Slope of Student Loan Forgiveness – Edition 2024

My daughter Hannah was just accepted to University of Denver. She might take out student loans. Why wouldn’t she?

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30 Years in America

30 Years in America – Edition 2024

On the 30th Anniversary of my family’s arrival in the United States from Soviet Russia, I reflect on my time here. After recounting the hard early days in a new country when I was “fresh off the boat”, I offer perspective on how America has changed since I arrived. What I see now is, in some ways, more troubling than what I found all those years ago as a new immigrant.
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