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Charlie Munger’s Wesco Letters 1983 – 2009

August 3, 2012

I couldn’t find Charlie Munger’s older Wesco letters anywhere on the internet so I’ve gone ahead and collected them from a database and put all of his letters together into a single document for everyone to enjoy. It goes from 1983 when Charlie took over the chairmanship until 2009, the last letter before Wesco was merged into Berkshire Hathaway.

Charlie is clearly more repetitious than Warren in his letters, but there are definitely gems to be found. The reasoning behind the large investment in Freddie Mac in the 1988 report is particularly interesting and is only presented because Wesco reached the maximum legal limit of ownership in the stock.

David Hoang
Calgary, AB

Wesco Charlie Munger Letters 1983 – 2009 Collection

http://depositfiles.com/files/uma4chawp

http://filepost.com/files/dm4de597/Wesco_Charlie_Munger_Letters_1983_-_2009_Collection.pdf/

http://www.scribd.com/doc/101910441

From → Charlie Munger, Wesco

6 Comments
  1. dudesama permalink

    KUDOS TO YOU SIR! Thank you so much for this, you have no idea how hard i looked for it 😀

  2. Awesome work. I was looking exactly for this for long time.

  3. can you tell me which data base did you use and do you have financials ?

    • It was from a database from my University that had a ton of historical financial statements scanned in. I can’t quite remember its name and I no longer have access since I’ve graduated. (Sorry I can’t be of more help.)

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