J.K. Lasser's Pick Stocks Like Warren Buffett

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 12, 2002 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
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Contents

1 Its Easy to Invest like Warren Buffett
1
2 The Achievement of Warren Buffett
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3 Buffett A Life in the Stock Market
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4 The Influence of Benjamin Graham
23
5 The Influence of Philip Fisher
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6 How Value and Growth Investing Differ
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7 Buffetts 12 Investing Principles
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8 Dont Gamble
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22 Robert Hagstrom of Legg Mason Focus Trust
153
23 Louis A Simpson of GEICO
157
24 Christopher Browne of Tweedy Browne
161
25 Martin J Whitman of the Third Avenue Funds
171
26 Walter Schloss of Walter Edwin Schloss Associates
177
27 Robert Torray of the Torray Fund
185
28 Edwin D Walczak of Vontobel US Value
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29 James Gipson of the Clipper Fund
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9 Buy Screaming Bargains
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10 Buy What You Know
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11 Do Your Homework
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12 Be a Contrarian
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13 Buy Wonderful Companies
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14 Hire Good People
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15 Be an Investor Not a Gunslinger
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16 Be Businesslike
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17 Admit Your Mistakes and Learn from Them
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18 Avoid Common Mistakes
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19 Dont Overdiversify
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20 Quick Ways to Find Stocks That Buffett Might Buy
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21 William J Ruane of Sequoia
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30 Michael Price of the Mutual Series Fund
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31 A Variety of Other Value Investors
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32 Putting Everything Together
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Appendix 1 Wanted Cheap Good Companies
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Appendix 2 Berkshire Hathaways Subsidiaries 2000
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Appendix 3 Quotations from the Chairman
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Appendix 4 65 Years on Wall Street
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Appendix 5 Martin Whitman on Value Versus Growth
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Appendix 6 A Weekend with the Wizard of Omaha April 2001
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Appendix 7 If You Own a Good Stock Sit on ItPhil Carret
274
Glossary
279
Index
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WARREN BOROSON is a syndicated financial columnist with the (Morristown) Daily Record, a Gannett newspaper, in New Jersey. He also answers mutual fund questions at AllExperts.com. Boroson was a senior financial editor at Sylvia Porter's Personal Finance Magazine and a staff writer for Money magazine. Among the twenty-two books he has written are The Ultimate Mutual Fund Guide and How to Buy a House with No (or Little) Money Down. He teaches courses on Warren Buffett and mutual funds at the New School University in New York City.

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