, November 11 According to the American Consumer News and Business Channel (CNBC), on the 29th local time, Charlie Munger, an American investment guru, billionaire, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, and Warren Buffett's right-hand man, died at the age of 28.

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In a statement, Buffett said, "Without Charlie's inspiration, wisdom and involvement, Berkshire Hathaway would not have been where it is now." ”

Munger reportedly passed away peacefully at a hospital in California, where he lived.

According to the Financial Times, Munger is a trained lawyer who has been instrumental in Berkshire Hathaway's journey to becoming an investment giant.

According to reports, Munger was born in Nebraska on January 1924, 1, and studied meteorology while serving in the army during World War II, and later graduated from Harvard Law School.

Munger and Warren Buffett first met in 1959, and the two became intellectual partners before investing together. In 1962, Munger established his own law firm. At Buffett's urging, Munger entered the investment world and joined Berkshire Hathaway in 1978, working closely with Buffett.

According to the Financial Times, Munger has often been the driving force behind some of the company's investments. Like Warren Buffett, Munger's return on investment has been impressive.