In 12 days, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway will hold its annual shareholder meeting in Omaha, Nebraska. Thousands of investors will flock to the small city to hear Warren's words of wisdom.
Buffett has built Berkshire into one of the world's largest conglomerates. The company owns over $100 billion of public stock, railroads, energy companies, and more.
In this edition of Where the Money Is, Motley Fool banking analysts David Hanson and Tyler Riggs tell viewers what they are most looking forward to during the 12 days leading up to the big day on May 3. Tyler reminds investors that Buffett's success hasn't come without luck, while David discusses the valuable businesses that sit inside of Buffett's empire.
Later on, Tyler and David tell viewers which Berkshire-held stock they think is the best buy for investors today. Tyler details an software company focused on building a wide "competitive moat," and David pitches one of the biggest companies in the world that currently sports a nice dividend.
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