Yang Delong: Buffett’s investment in Japanese companies does not necessarily mean he is optimistic about the Japanese economy | firsthand

At this shareholder meeting, Buffett talked about his investment in the top five Japanese companies, which is more based on his consistent investment philosophy of buying stable growth companies with undervalued values and high dividend rates. Yang Delong, Chief Economist of Qianhai Open Source Fund, believes that Buffett’s investment in Japanese companies should not be overly interpreted. The Japanese economy has been growing at a low speed for many years, and there has not been much improvement now. When answering investor questions, Buffett made it clear that future investments will mainly be in the United States, and he has always been very cautious about investing in overseas markets.