Video Link: https://youtu.be/y4mtukj0Gsg [My Takeaway] 1. Margin of Safety changes depend on the underlying risk .
2. The best thing to do is learn from other guys' mistakes . [What is Margin Of Safety?] https://www.investopedia.com/terms/m/marginofsafety.asp [Full Videos of Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting 1997] https://buffett.cnbc.com/1997-berkshire-hathaway-annual-meeting/ [ABOUT - Collection: Warren Buffett] Whenever, I search up on fund managers that practice value investing. All of them done 1 common thing that is, they study whatever they can about Warren Buffett from his annual letters, annual meeting or even interviews. Hence, I decided to do the same and share it together with all of you so that we can learn and grow together :) <<Collection>> Check out all Collection: Warren Buffett, click ↑↑↑ [My 2 Cents] Be flexible with margin of safety. Lower Risk = Lower Margin Of Safety. Higher risk = Higher Margin of Safety. With lower risk if you are able to get higher margin of safety, it will be great because you will get a much higher return but, it only happen once in a blue moon.