Bill Gates dropped out of college to co-found Microsoft. He's a prodigy who has become one of the richest men in the world. But when it comes to the stock market, he follows the advice of billionaire investor Warren Buffett.
Wall Street has been on a bull run since Donald Trump was elected, and policymakers are expected to announce an interest rate increase on Wednesday, only the second in a decade. Despite the excitement, though, Gates says he will not change his investing strategy.
Instead, he is going to stay true to the Oracle of Omaha, he tells CNBC.