"I'm Warren, and he's Charlie."
On a stage in Omaha, Nebraska on Saturday two men aged 88 and 95 reminded the audience that if anybody had invested US$10,000 into US equities in 1942 when Warren Buffett started buying shares, it would now be worth over US$50 million.
The 2019 'Woodstock for Capitalists' is available at https://finance.yahoo.com/brklivestream
The archives are also valuable. The 2018 afternoon session, for example, reminds us that we now live better than John D. Rockefeller widely considered the wealthiest American of all time, and the richest person in modern history. https://buffett.cnbc.com/video/2018/05/05/afternoon-session--2018-berkshire-hathaway-annual-meeting.html
Interview in the FT on April 25th. https://www.ft.com/content/40b9b356-661e-11e9-a79d-04f350474d62?segmentId=6e897e5c-77a8-8731-2426-f972c6185129
It is getting harder. Size is an important investment constraint.