Warren Buffett, the Oracle of Omaha, many would argue the greatest billionaire investor of all time and certainly the most famous value investor after Benjamin Graham who of course was Warren’s tutor. If you would like to learn about how to buy value stocks then there is no one more down to earth, to the point, accurate and so often funny, than learning from the works of Warren Buffett himself.
A true master at investing and buying stocks that make money over the long term. Not looking just months into the future or even years usually, more like three decades into the future. Betting on men waking thirty years from now and having whiskers that they need to razor off with Gillette razor blade.
Or Coca-Cola buying in when the stock was low and then holding on while Coca-Cola goes on the longest and most profitable bull run of it’s company’s history.
It’s these things, and many more, that Warren Buffett such a legend in the world of investing.
Founder of the half-a-trillion dollar behemoth of a company Berkshire Hathaway Inc., Warren Buffett still lives his life in relative normality. Still living in the home he bought for $31,000 in 1958, driving a Cadillac XTS and never spending more than $3.17 on breakfast…
A very frugal, intelligent investor who, working alongside Charlie Munger, built a insurance and diversified investment company into the hundreds of billions of dollar in value. And netted themselves personal fortunes of billions of dollars along the way.
Not bad, right!