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A detailed look at how Warren Buffett really invests
In this engaging new book, author Prem Jain extracts Warren Buffett's wisdom from his writings, Berkshire Hathaway financial statements, and his letters to shareholders and partners in his partnership firms-thousands of pages written over the last fifty years. Jain uncovers the key elements of Buffett's approach that every investor should be aware of.
With Buffett Beyond Value, you'll learn that, contrary to popular belief, Warren Buffett is not a pure value investor, but a unique thinker who combines the principles of both value and growth investing strategies. You'll also discover why understanding CEOs is more important than studying financial metrics; and why you need an appropriate psychological temperament to be a successful investor.
- Reveals Buffett's multifaceted investment principles
- Discusses how Buffett thinks differently from others about portfolio diversification, market efficiency, and corporate governance
- Highlights how you can build a diverse and profitable investment portfolio
With this book as your guide, you'll learn how to successfully invest like Warren Buffett.
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Warren Buffett's investment strategy can be succinctly classified as a combination of value and growth investment styles. To accomplish growth while maintaining value, he emphasizes the importance of the people who manage companies rather than the companies themselves. In this book, Jain expands upon Buffett's annual letters to Berkshire shareholders (thousands of pages over the last 43 years) and uncovers the key elements that every investors should know. Readers will learn that, contrary to popular beliefs, Warren Buffett is not a pure value investor - Buffett's strategy includes principles of both value and growth strategies. They will learn why CEOs and others managing companies are more important than financial metrics or industry affiliations, as well as why appropriate psychological temperament is necessary to be a successful investor. They also will learn how Buffett thinks differently from others about portfolio diversification, market efficiency, and corporate governance. A great book for anybody interested in stock market investments and a must read for any "Buffetologist".