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Buffettology: The Previously Unexplained Techniques That Have Made Warren Buffett the World's Most Famous Investor

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  • Posted December 11, 2009

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    Learning from Maestro of Investing

    I highly recommend this book. There are many investment books that are full of qualitative ways to evaluate a company. They are fun to read but the problem with these books is that it is hard to improve your investment process based on the information from these books. It is not quantifiable. There are other books that are full of mathematical formulas so advanced that they could be enjoyed by a very small group of highly trained mathematicians. Luckily for its readers, "Buffettology" does not belong to either of these two groups.

    I really like "Buffettology" because it provides its readers with both qualitative and quantitative techniques for evaluating companies. One can develop or adjust his or her own investment process based on the information from the book. The book gives its readers mathematical formulas that Warren Buffett uses. One can develop screening mechanisms based on these formulas. At the same time, the book provides its readers with qualitative explanation of the logic behind these formulas. Understanding this logic helps one grow as an investor.

    Any insight in the mind of one of the world's greatest investors is valuable. This book provides dozens of them. Read this book and you will definitely be able to improve your investment process!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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