This second edition of The Warren Buffett Way completely updates the classic audiobook on its tenth anniversary with new material on Buffett's recent acquisitions, debt deals, and approaches to fixed income and technology.
©2004 Robert G. Hagstrom; (P)2004 Random House, Inc. Random House Audio, a division of Random House, Inc.
"An extraordinarily useful account of the methods of an investor held by many to be the world's greatest." (The Wall Street Journal)
This is written with almost religious adulation for Warren Buffet's uncanny investing skill. Get past the idol worship and there is a lot of meat here, some of it very technical with regard to the Buffet valuation methodology, etc. Like Buffet himself, the author candy-coats the tough stuff in some folksy tales for easier swallowing, but digestion will nonetheless require time and a spreadsheet to figure it all out. Useful, well-researched, well-read for the most part. A great guide for investors willing to do the legwork. Not for beginners.
Why don't they teach this stuff in school!!! I got my undergrad in Finance, and am currently working on my Masters, in Business. In school you learn a lot of fluff, but no one gets to the point, that is; none of my classes taught me the real world approach to valuing securities. It was all just a bunch of theories, no experience. I like the approach outlined in this book and am glad I bought it. I'm going to implement the strategies outlined in the book in my investment portfolio.
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