Charlie Munger died today at the age of 99. Most people know him as Warren Buffett’s right-hand man, but he was an accomplished investor before he joined Berkshire Hathaway. As I’ve learned more about public-market companies this year, I’ve also learned about the investors who’ve generated outsize returns in public markets. Munger was one of them. I’ve enjoyed learning about his investing philosophy, mental models, and unique way of viewing the world. He was a gifted person and investor who lived life by his own rules.
RIP Charlie Munger.