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The essays of warren buffett lessons for corporate america fourth edition
Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Book details Author : Warren E. If you want to download this book, click link in the last page 5. You just clipped your first slide! Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later. Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips. Buffett sent letters to the members of Berkshire shareholders in order to explain them what he is doing and why they are in for. He uses the letters to explain complex concepts to be easily understood and with some peculiar humor and a lot of wisdom.
It is, in my op Buffett establish that investors should go for good business rather than focusing on the market, buy at good prices and keeping them for long term, which actually is what Warren has done during his management in Berkshire. It is, in my opinion, the first business book really enjoyable to read. An excellent option to learn from one the most successful business man worldwide.
Jul 26, Constantine rated it really liked it. Even as a complete novice in this field I managed to gain so much from this book. And to think what a person, studying finances or working with investments, could learn from essays - is just mind-blowing! Aug 27, Uday Sikand rated it it was amazing. The Oracle at his brilliant best. A must for anyone interested in investing. This is a collection of essays penned by Warren Buffett over the decades of his running of Berkshire Hathaway.
They are collected and organized by theme. To me there is a relatively small group of people that this book is very good for. One group would certainly be a Berkshire Hathaway shareholder or prospective shareholder. Buffett certainly does a great job making you want to own their stock. Certainly not al This is a collection of essays penned by Warren Buffett over the decades of his running of Berkshire Hathaway.
I found just small sections to be useful to me, though it is a thoughtful book to look back on for specific circumstances as they may arise in your business life. This book bolstered my passion for investing and cemented my desire to make it my vocation, rather than the many other prestigious paths to "money-shuffling" Buffett is notoriously critical of. I was surprised by some of the lessons I learned from Buffett.
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Two that immediately come to mind are 1 the malleability of Wall Street's most sacred metrics net income, EPS to name a few , and 2 how important ethics in business are for both businesses' long-term economic health and individuals' persona This book bolstered my passion for investing and cemented my desire to make it my vocation, rather than the many other prestigious paths to "money-shuffling" Buffett is notoriously critical of. Two that immediately come to mind are 1 the malleability of Wall Street's most sacred metrics net income, EPS to name a few , and 2 how important ethics in business are for both businesses' long-term economic health and individuals' personal health.
I can see how great this book can be, so I wanted to give it 5 stars. It was very dry but a great resource for someone with a little more knowledge in the finance areas. I will eventually updated this with a more accurate review when I learn more and can fully comprehend the book. Jul 30, Salman Khan rated it really liked it Shelves: finance , soft-copy. A book with extremely simple ideas that are repeated over and over and over again. Ideas that a year-old could come up with.
Nothing close to the outstandingly complicated nonsense present in most other investment and finance books. And this simplicity, amidst all the chaos and hunger for complexities, is perhaps what makes Warren Buffett the greatest investor of all time. Jun 28, Vilmantas rated it it was amazing. Reflects philosophy and strategy of W. Buffett and C. Jul 24, Mike Iacolino rated it it was amazing. Cunningham has done a wonderful job at organizing some of Buffet's most insightful essays over ten topics.
With lessons ranging from effective corporate governance to assessing a company's earnings quality, anyone interested in business or investing absolutely must read this book. The book is only pages, but I wouldn't plan it to be a quick read.
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It's worth setting aside a decent amount of time to really chew on the ideas and philosophies that The Oracle of Omaha generously presents. You'll Cunningham has done a wonderful job at organizing some of Buffet's most insightful essays over ten topics. You'll be glad you did! Insightful and entertaining As expected, Buffett's writing is insightful, Interesting and inspiring.
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He has firm views and the record to back it up. The book beautifully arranges topics from various letters into chapters which in my view is a great way to experience Buffett's writing. Nevertheless, Buffet states and re-states his principles clearly and succinctly and often provides amusing anecdotes or related jokes, and if you're at all interested in how businesses sh If, when I bring up that this is a "greatest hits" of excerpts from Berkshire Hathaway annual reports written by Warren Buffet, you are already wishing you clicked away from this to anywhere else on the Internet -- ANYWHERE, PLEASE -- then mentioning that Buffet is actually not too hard to read won't help much.
Nevertheless, Buffet states and re-states his principles clearly and succinctly and often provides amusing anecdotes or related jokes, and if you're at all interested in how businesses should be run and investments should be made this book will be valuable.
Seriously, you can just skip it. It's a summary of what Buffet says, rephrased in abstract and bland terms, and adds nothing. It does do a good job of making Buffet's writing look better, though. Thankfully the editor's conclusion is not as bad, chiefly because it has the virtue of being two pages long. Some main points from Buffet's writing: - Know your limitations and work within them. Buffet knows his grasp on technology-related business is tenuous so he doesn't try to get involved in tech. After that, don't buy the stock unless its price is well below the intrinsic value of the company.
Jul 18, Daniel Olshansky rated it liked it. It is difficult to judge this as a book, because it really is just a collection of Warren Buffet's letters to the shareholders. There is a very nice introduction that sums up Buffet's views, and is great for people who have not been exposed to, or are not very familiar with value investing. The books lacks flow, with the order that the letters are listed in sometime jumping back and forth by a decade and two without preparing the reader to make the appropriate context switch.
Since th It is difficult to judge this as a book, because it really is just a collection of Warren Buffet's letters to the shareholders. To some extent, it is analogous to picking up a newspaper from three decades ago. While it is an unbiased look into the past, showing that history does repeat itself, the book does a poor job at preparing the reader from entering the proper mindset. This shouldn't be the first book any value investor picks up, but it should still be read early into one's "investment career" since there are invaluable lessons directly from one of the world's greatest investors.
Nov 24, Brady Bunte rated it it was amazing. This book is a great, well organized compilation of Mr. Buffett's famous "Letters to Shareholders" which appear in the annual reports of Berkshire Hathaway. It has been recently updated to include the letters to shareholders written since the book was first released in , a new introduction has been written, and a new, tougher, blue cover has been added.