Charlie Munger's Legacy: Nithin Kamath, Porinju Veliyath, Others React After Ace Investor Dies At 99

Several Indian businesspeople and financial experts shared their thoughts on the death of legendary investor Charlie Munger.

What Happened: Charlie Munger, investing sage and confidant to Warren Buffett, died at the age of 99 on Tuesday. Munger’s philosophy and wisdom have had a profound impact on many investors and entrepreneurs.

Nithin Kamath, CEO of Zerodha, expressed his deep admiration for Munger, highlighting the massive influence Munger’s ideas had on him professionally.

Kamath reminisced about the impact of Munger’s ideas on his professional life in a tweet on Tuesday. He shared snippets from an article he had written about Munger in the previous year’s business update.

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The Zerodha CEO also shared several of Munger’s quotes that resonated with him. These include principles like keeping things simple to avoid trouble, valuing passion over brainpower and maintaining reputation and integrity.

Kamath also cited the importance of deserving what you want and being prepared for life’s hardships. He noted Munger’s thoughts on helping others gain knowledge and the concept of a cheerful pessimist.

Renowned investor Anand Sridharan also highlighted the legacy Munger left behind, praising him not just for his investment acumen, but also his impact on cognitive approach.

Anand Sridharan shared his admiration for Charlie Munger’s exceptional qualities on X. He emphasised Munger’s rationality, judgment, and bluntness, stating that he “didn’t merely teach us how to invest, he showed us how to think.”

Other renowed finance stalwarts like Porinju Veliyath, D. Muthukrishnan and Radhika Gupta also posted tweets of condolence and remembrance for Munger.

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