Content from the Warren Buffett Archive features: interviews with: Authors, historians, politicians, business people and entrepreneurs who were influenced by Buffett. The book contains profiles of some lesser known personalities who had a big influence on Buffett. I especially like how they’re portrayed in the book. A couple of these interviews are featured in the Forex Biography section. Some of the subjects are discussed in detail in this book. The other interviews are more humorous in nature and entertaining in nature.
Short-form multimedia from the Warren Buffett Archive features: Filmmakers produced a 30-minute video series based on the book “Become Rich by Being Poor,” which is made available as a DVD from Cheddar’s Press. This video series features short-form interviews with prominent figures in the world of business and investing. This selection of interviews sheds light on the life and times of one of the most successful investors in the history of mankind, as well as having some interesting insights into his approach to business. Most of the interviews in this collection are from the annual meetings that Buffett has participated in over the past several years.
Lastly, I’d like to share some short-form video footage from the annual meetings that I found by scouring various online media sources. While not official, I believe this footage to be from the most recent meeting that the current generation of Buffet attended. The video footage is from a presentation given by Robert Kiyosaki, one of Buffett’s core financial advisors, regarding the art and science of investing. The audio portion of the presentation was also provided by another of Buffet’s trusted advisors, Warren Buffett’s longtime assistant Art Paul.