I remember the first time I got to know Buffett was in , while I had accidently bought into the same two companies he held. Back then, I would have considered myself a novice investor without much knowledge, Around the year , it was also the first time that I got in touch with a glimpse of the Value Line Investment Survey. My broker had mailed me accidently some sample pages of Value Line. From that day I was hooked on them and treasure it like a holy artifact.
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About this title Providing an in-depth, up-to-date look at Buffett and his company, Berkshire Hathaway, this book clearly shows the fundamental reasons for his exalted achievements.
This biography will have an appeal to anyone in the business world. Berkshire receives the money in the form of premiums and invests it, multiplying it profitably until time to pay off insurance claims. The stock portfolio Is one of its three legs. The second leg is the enormous insurance business. A third leg is a collection of wholly owned businesses.
With the purchase of the rest of GEICO in early , the buyout of FlightSafety International in late and the smaller purchases of Star Furniture in and International Dairy Queen in , Berkshire is now a constellation of operating businesses.
The enormous stock portfolio, the insurance businesses and the operating businesses all do one thing-throw off a ton of cash for new investments. None of this counts the First and foremost is Charles Munger who has offered advice for almost 40 years and has pulled Buffett away from investing in lesser quality stocks. Munger has helped Buffett see the advantages of brand name companies with consumer franchises, pricing power and durability.
Munger jokes that he deserves credit for hooking up with Buffett in the early days when Buffett had no outward appearances of success. He was working out of a sun porch at his house and his dietary [leanings] were toward Pepsi, salted nuts and no vegetables.
But how did Buffet reach that pinnacle? What did he see that others missed? And perhaps most important What does he see today?
From earning pennies selling Coca-Cola in his youth to buying a major stake in the soft drink giant as an adult, Warren Buffet has always followed his own path. It is an intrinsically American tale, one to which we can all relate So pull up a set and have a few words with the "Oracle of Omaha"--one of the great financial minds of all time.
Permanent Value Story Warren by Andrew Kilpatrick
In fact my notes at its inside front cover says I bought my copy way back 1 December The book marker I used was a souvenir from the ordination to priesthood of one Ricci Pajarillo on 10 June and the tip which stuck out from the book is brown and brittle with age. It is thick and heavy, more than a thousand pages. It seems to reaffirm the pointlessness of reading considering the limitations of human memory.
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About this title Providing an in-depth, up-to-date look at Buffett and his company, Berkshire Hathaway, this book clearly shows the fundamental reasons for his exalted achievements. This biography will have an appeal to anyone in the business world. Berkshire receives the money in the form of premiums and invests it, multiplying it profitably until time to pay off insurance claims. The stock portfolio Is one of its three legs. The second leg is the enormous insurance business.
Of Permanent Value
Of Permanent Value: The Story of Warren Buffett, Updated and Expanded Edition