Warren Buffett Wealth: Principles and Practical Methods Used by the World's Greatest Investor
The strategies and techniques of THE investment legend
Warren Buffett Wealth follows the world's greatest investor from the beginning of his career, as he takes a 100-dollar investment and turns it into one of the most successful multibillion-dollar companies in the world. By carefully detailing how Buffett began his career and discussing what he learned from Benjamin Graham, this book reveals the true secrets to Buffett's success. Readers will see how Buffett reached the pinnacle of his profession by following certain key principles such as investing in old-style traditional American companies, holding the companies forever, and hiring and keeping the same managers.
Robert P. Miles (Tampa, FL) is a writer, speaker, and consultant. He is also the author of The Warren Buffett CEO (0-471-44259-3) and 101 Reasons to Own the World's Greatest Investment: Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (0-471-41123-X).
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Chapter 1 Study the Best to Be the Best
Chapter 2 The Making of a Billionaire A Timeline of Warren Buffetts WealthBuilding Lifetime
Chapter 3 What Kind of Investor Are You?
Chapter 4 Developing an Investment Philosophy
Chapter 5 Know What You Own
Chapter 6 Invest in Main Street Not Wall Street
Chapter 7 Buy to Keep and Buy a Lot of a Few
Chapter 8 How You Can Learn from Buffetts Investment Mistakes
Chapter 9 Common Myths about Investing Wealth and Buffett
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Robert P Miles
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