Warren Buffett will answer some of your email questions this coming Monday morning, March 3, live from Omaha, exclusively on CNBC's Squawk Box.
On Friday afternoon, Buffett will be releasing his annual letter to the shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway , as the company releases its earnings report for the fourth quarter of 2007. Each year, his shareholder letters provide lots of insight into what Buffett is thinking and doing and have been the source for some of his most famous "Buffett-isms."
Then, first thing Monday morning at 6am ET, Buffett will sit down in Omaha with our Becky Quick for a series of exclusive, live interviews appearing throughout Squawk's three hours, focusing on this year's letter.
For the first time, we're giving you a chance to ask your own investment questions about the annual letter. CNBC will select some from your emails. Buffett will not see them in advance.
Becky and Buffett won't be able to get to every one of the questions you send us, but we'll make sure we cover a wide variety of topics. Sorry, but we won't be able to respond to questions that aren't used on the air.
Tell us what you want to ask Warren Buffett. Fill out the form above or send your question by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your first name, city or town, and state or country.
Watch CNBC's Squawk Box Monday morning to see if your question gets asked, and to hear what Buffett has to say about his investments, the economy, bond insurers, taxes, Presidential politics, and anything else that comes up.
You can also check back here at CNBC.com's Warren Buffett Watch throughout the morning, and anytime afterwards, to see what he has to say.
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