“The Buffett Bible” dissects each major investment the Oracle of Omaha made since creating his first investment partnership, and draws instructive lessons for the reader from each of these investments.
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 30, 2012
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Much of what has been published on Warren Buffett describes his investment success and general approach to investing, but few resources provide comprehensive examples of how Buffett applied his investment philosophy in actual investments. “The Buffett Bible” dissects each major investment the Oracle of Omaha made since creating his first investment partnership, and draws instructive lessons for the reader from each of these investments.
A study of Warren Buffett’s investment record reveals two important insights. First, there are clear patterns in the way Warren Buffett thinks about investing. Second, what it really takes to invest like Warren Buffett is not genius, but consistency – the ability to recognize and apply the same patterns without being swayed by the emotions of the market. “The Buffett Bible” makes clear these patterns for the motivated reader who wants to learn how to invest like Warren Buffett.
Contrary to popular perception, some of Warren Buffett’s investments produced only average returns, while a few have been terrible mistakes in retrospect. This latest release by Warren Buffett Quotes analyzes both Buffett’s successes and failures. It explains why some of Buffett’s investments were poor investments and offers insight into how readers can avoid making the same mistakes.
The book is the crystallization of many years of careful research – the author thoroughly analyzed every letter Warren Buffett wrote to his shareholders, attended Berkshire shareholder meetings in person, and read much of what has been written on or by Warren Buffett to extract as much insight as possible on each of Warren Buffett’s investments.