Gems from Warren Buffett – Wit and Wisdom from 34 Years of Letters to Shareholders

November 30, 2018 - Comment

A lifetime of Warren Buffett’s wit & wisdom in just 122 pages (print version). This isn’t another investment tutorial or biography on Warren Buffett. Instead, it’s a collection of 240 of his wittiest and most insightful thoughts (“gems”), culled from 34 years of his letters to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders. These gems lighten spirits with their

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A lifetime of Warren Buffett’s wit & wisdom in just 122 pages (print version).

This isn’t another investment tutorial or biography on Warren Buffett. Instead, it’s a collection of 240 of his wittiest and most insightful thoughts (“gems”), culled from 34 years of his letters to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders.

These gems lighten spirits with their humor, enlighten minds with their wisdom, and provide an interesting view into one of America’s most successful CEOs.

This book captures the essence of Warren Buffett’s iconic letters in an entertaining and digestible format

20% of sales (not just profits) are donated to the GLIDE charity, as part of the agreement to use Warren Buffett’s copyrighted content.

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Anonymous says:

Nice one Warren Buffett is not just a name he is my ideal and source of knowledge and experiences. If you want to enter in stock market then please follow Warren Buffett it will help you to understand in good manner. Books related to him is a must read for every stock trader. So’ I read this book and find something valuable for me. Thanks again Warren Buffett

Anonymous says:

Good wit and charm, but limited use unless you have a lot of money It is easy to sound like a genius, and attribute it to someone wealthy as Warren Buffett – most of the good wit, humor, and good business and investment advise are nothing more than common sense to anyone pursuing investments and business. Sometimes, people get lucky because of their timing, or investments during low tide. As good as Buffett is, he missed the technology boat, which could have made his wealth another 100X, and he would have been a true genius on investing. Many other greater investors, creators and inventors exist creating far more wealth and created something to improve lives of people, but are not so covered for their humor and wit. Obviously, there is big love for him – and within that is his genius, not his investing alone. He is very amiable, always smiling, humble, has a good sense of humility and simplicity – people want to follow him – in that is his greatness – his business acumen takes the second row behind this.

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