Even Buffett Isn't Perfect: What You Can, and Can't, Learn from the World's Greatest Investor

Even Buffett Isn't Perfect: What You Can, and Can't, Learn from the World's Greatest Investor

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Even Buffett Isn't Perfect: What You Can--and Can't--Learn from the World's Greatest Investor 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I heard Warren Buffett was going to give most of his fortune away to charity, I thought that was great. But I couldn't understand why he would do this if he also thought the estate tax was a good thing. Why didn't he just let the government take his money? This has always been one of the biggest inconsistencies in Mr. Buffett's thinking. Finally, someone writes a book exposing this. I find it incredible that no one else has delved into this matter.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you're looking for a biography or an obsequious treatise, forget this. If you want a good look at how Buffett invests, this is the book for you. Janjigian analyzes Buffett's strategies and tells us what has worked and what hasn't. He really takes Buffett to task on the tax issue, a well-deserved criticism. That chapter alone is worth the entire book. Two nice features are that at the end of each chapter are quick summaries of the key points, and it's a fairly short book so it's an easy and quick read. Buy it. It'll be a better investment than a share of Berkshire Hathaway stock and will cost about $113,000 less.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the only objective book on Warren Buffett I have come across. The chapters on taxes and earnings guidance are particularly instructive. While concluding that Buffett is indeed a great investor, the author also explains how many of the policies Buffett advocates hurt investors.