|Rangeley Capital's Portfolio Managers, Chris DeMuth and Andrew Walker, discuss Berkshire's (BRK.A/BRK.B) annual meeting; then, they turn the Wall Street Journal article "How a hedge fund ace chased Silicon Valley Riches and embarrassed himself."|
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