The Buffett Superfan Who Became Warren's Pen Pal

May 2 (Bloomberg) -- Marsha Tate set a goal of owning Berkshire Hathaway class A stock before she was 40. When she was 39 1/2 and worried that she might not reach her goal, she wrote Warren Buffett a letter asking to attend his annual shareholder's meeting despite not owning any shares. To her surprise, she received a letter from Warren Buffett and a ticket to the meeting. It was a letter that would change her life forever. (Source: Bloomberg)

CIBC's Tal: We Need to Monitor Subprime Loans in Canada
19:35 - According to the latest report from CMHC, condo building activity in Toronto appears to be "well managed," unlike the 1980s housing bubble. Yet, BOC Governor Stephen Poloz recently addressed the pace of rising home prices in Canada's two hottest markets - Toronto and Vancouver. Benjamin Tal, deputy chief economist at CIBC World Markets, joins Bloomberg TV Canada's Amanda Lang to discuss the current state of the Canadian housing market, where it's headed and what measures need to be taken to "cool" foreign buyers. (Source: Bloomberg)
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