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Charlie Munger Donates 25 Berkshire A Stock to Library

Charlie Munger‘s wife, Nancy Munger, passed away early last year. She donated most of her stock holdings to a trust of which she and Charlie were the co-trustees. In accordance with Nancy Munger’s will, Charlie disposed of 6,000 Berkshire Cl A shares (BRK.A) at the beginning of November.

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Yesterday, Munger reported that he donated 25 shares of Berkshire Hathaway stock  to the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery. The dollar value of the donation is close to $3 million. After this transaction Charlie Munger owns 6,403 BRK.A shares. Charlie Munger also owns 750 BRK.B shares. The total value of his Berkshire Hathaway stock holdings is $765 million, just a fraction of what Warren Buffett owns (see Warren Buffett‘s stock picks).

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