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The Warren Buffett Way Investment Strategies of the World's Greatest Investor

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The Warren Buffett Way offers investors their first in depth look at the innovative investment and business strategies behind the spectacular success of living legend Warren E Buffett Tracing Warren Buffett's career fro. This book was surprisingly one of the best books I have read on investing The four principle steps of Buffett’s investing process are are 1 Turn off the stock market Check in only to see if people are offering things are stupidly low prices If you think the stock market is worth checking you probably think it is smarter than you are In that case just give it your money invest in SPY 2 Don’t worry about the economy because you can’t predict it Only buy companies that will do pretty well regardless of the economy If you are buying companies that will benefit off of the next economic event then you will have to constantly adjust your portfolio and probably miss out on possible returns Inflation is all that matters3 Buy a business not a stock To understand a business run that business or at least try being in that business world learn about walking by walking than talking about walking Focus on circle of competence easy to understand and well managed businesses4 Manage a portfolio of businesses Can’t make hundreds of good decisions over a lifetime can only make a dozen or so So focus on making a few great decisions Goes through Fisher's and Graham's influence on Buffett The first 5 chapters of this book are just great Definitely worth reading especially once you've read Klarman Marks Graham Dodd etc Kokoro: de wegen van het hart understand a business run that business or at least try being in that business world learn about walking by walking than talking about walking Focus on circle of competence easy to 2 understand and well managed businesses4 Manage a portfolio of businesses Can’t make hundreds of good decisions over a lifetime can only make a dozen or so So focus on making a few great decisions Goes through Fisher's and Graham's influence on Buffett The first 5 chapters of this book are just great Definitely worth reading especially once you've read Klarman Marks Graham Dodd etc

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M the beginning Robert G Hagstrom Jr tells us exactly how starting with an initial investment of only 100 Buffett built a business empire worth 194 billion Offers a close up look at Buffett's highly successful investmen. This was a decent overview of the author's thoughts on Buffett's career and processes but it provided no real insight outside of analyzing his moves through well known uotes and anecdotes The book is almost voyeuristic in that the author had no actual contact with Buffett or anyone in his circle but was obsessed with every move he made even admitting to having a dedicated file for newspaper clippings about Buffett After the book was written Buffett met the author; I bet Buffett had bodyguards to protect him from this adoring fan In the end the author admits that he tried to replicate Buffet's methodology and achieved limited success He blames this on the changing market which I get but I felt like that was a bit of a cop out after 200 pages of trying to prove that Buffett's approach was timeless

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T theories and strategies; identifies the types of businesses Buffett now finds most attractive and which ones he avoids; and based on the author's ten year monitoring of Buffett's numerous shrewd investments and ventur. In The Warren Buffett Way by Robert G Hagstrom the author tries to capture the Buffett investing style He is successful to an extent W Buffett keeps evolving as an investor; it’s hard to capture his way of investing But the basic principles always remain the same – what he learned from Ben Graham and later ‘uality with growth’ from Charlie Munger These can be summed up as • Be willing to study and learn about your companies• Disregard short term changes in the market • An investor must be able to think independently• Remember your circle of competence• Buffett embraces simplicity and avoids the complicated companiessituations• Look for a stable company with good cash flows a business which is simple to understand and has pricing power• Buy a business not a stock• Look for honest and competent management• Should have favorable long term prospects• Look for companies with high profit margins which have moats• Can the business be purchased at a significant discount to its value there are many ways to calculate value

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