“Don’t just study him, copy him,” says Nadav Manham, founder and publisher at The Private Investment Brief.

Another year, another Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting for the record books. Despite the poor performance of Berkshire stock in 2008, over 35,000 people made the Pilgrimage to Omaha this year. Though all kinds of people own Berkshire shares, the fastest-growing group of attendees seems to be the young professionals, hedge fund analysts and managers mostly from the east coast, easily identified by their blackberries, their dress, and their energetic networking. Like everyone else they come to Omaha to have fun, to meet old friends and make new ones, and to (don’t forget) attend the meeting itself. But they also come to Omaha to find answers to the question: How can I be more like Buffett?

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