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Warren Buffett: How To Profit From Inflation (feat. Mohnish Pabrai)
Warren Buffett (CEO of Berkshire Hathaway) is the master of value investing during periods of high inflation. So now in 2022, with U.S. inflation sitting at 8.6% and the country on the verge of a recession (thanks Federal Reserve), let's explore Buffett's 2 key lessons to profiting from inflation.
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★ ★ CONTENTS ★ ★
0:00 Our Big Inflation Problem
1:19 Buffett Explains How To Invest During Inflation
2:37 Pricing Power
3:40 Mohnish Pabrai's Tip To Beating Inflation
5:37 Investing In Yesterday's Dollars
7:16 The Coca-Cola Example
8:06 Buffett Explains His Inflation Woes
8:59 Buffett's Most Important Lesson
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