“It does not take genius to invest like Warren Buffett - what it really takes is consistency. Warren Buffett’s investment record reveals clear patterns in the way the Oracle of Omaha thinks about investing.”
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New York, NY (PRWEB) January 03, 2012
Newly released by Warren Buffett Quotes, “The Buffett Bible: Demystifying Warren Buffett’s Investments from 1967 to 2011” reveals what it takes to invest like Warren Buffett by critically analyzing each major investment Warren Buffett made from 1967 to 2011, from Buffett’s early investments in Berkshire Hathaway and American Express to his most recent investments in Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Lubrizol.
Value investor and founder of Warren Buffett Quotes Andreas Jones recently launched “The Buffett Bible: Demystifying Warren Buffett’s Investments from 1967 to 2011” in response to readers’ requests for real-life examples that illustrate Warren Buffett’s investment philosophy. Most existing resources on Warren Buffett allude to Buffett’s investment success and describe his approach to investing in general, but few provide real-life examples of how Buffett actually applies his investment philosophy. This unique resource dissects each major investment Warren Buffett has made since forming his first investment partnership, and provides critical insight into why Warren Buffett made each investment.
“It does not take genius to invest like Warren Buffett - what it really takes is consistency,” explains Andreas Jones. “Warren Buffett’s investment record reveals clear patterns in the way the Oracle of Omaha thinks about investing – understanding what those are is key to successful value investing.” Andreas wrote “The Buffett Bible” to make clear these patterns and provide instructional real-life examples for readers who want to become better investors.
Not all of Warren Buffett’s investments have been home runs – some have produced only mediocre returns, while a few have been outright failures. In addition to analyzing Buffett’s investing successes, “The Buffett Bible” also analyzes investments Warren Buffett has made that have performed poorly and provides insight into how readers can avoid making the same mistakes.
Andreas is very pleased to finally release "The Buffett Bible", as it is the crystallization of many years of painstaking research. “I read every letter Warren Buffett wrote to his shareholders since forming his first investment partnership, attended Berkshire shareholder meetings in person, and read everything else written about or by Warren Buffett to extract as much insight as possible on each of his key investments from 1967 to 2011.”