Buffett's long-time partner Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, passed away on Tuesday local time at the age of 99.
After news of Munger's death came out, people posted their condolences online one after another to express their condolences and nostalgia for him.
Mohammed El-Elian, Allianz Group's chief economic adviser, wrote on Platform X: “It is very sad to hear the news of Charlie Munger's death. My thoughts and prayers are with his family, his friends and colleagues at Berkshire Hathaway, and of course his long-time business partner and friend Warren Buffett.”
Elian added, “For decades, the two of them have led an investment giant that has greatly improved the lives of so many people... Over the course, they have repeatedly demonstrated the power of collaboration, collaboration, and common sense. May you rest in peace, Charlie.”
Users of the X platform shared Munger's important experience in the financial industry and praised him for his practical life advice. In a widely circulated video clip, Munger advises ambitious investors to “measure what's in and out, invest wisely, and stay away from harmful people and harmful activities.”
Munger's relationship secrets also spread after his death. His marriage to his wife, Nancy Barry, continued for 54 years until Nancy died in 2010.
Investor Sahil Bloom (Sahil Bloom) wrote, “Charlie Munger once gave what I thought was the best life advice: 'How to find a good partner? The best way to be single is to be worthy of a good partner... To get what you want, you have to be worthy of what you want, '” May this legend rest in peace, and his wisdom will live on.”
Others praised Munger for her lifelong advocacy of education and philanthropy. Many users called Munger a legend and a “financial genius.”
Writer William Green (William Green) wrote in a post: “I am so grateful to Charlie Munger, who generously shared his invaluable wisdom with all of us during his extraordinary life,” and attached a photo of Munger speaking to a fully focused audience, “Going to Los Angeles for my book to interview him was an experience I will never forget. This is a picture I took for him that day. May his memory be a blessing.”