Warren Buffett: An Illustrated Biography of the World's Most Successful Investor

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John Wiley & Sons, Nov 28, 2011 - Business & Economics - 173 pages
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"Buffett has generously endowed us all with a sensible and intelligent roadmap for investing."
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"Warren Buffett - The Oracle of Everything. He has been right about the stock market, rotten accounting, CEO greed, and corporate governance. The rest of us are just catching on."
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"Warren Buffett has turned value investing into an art form, piling up the world's second largest individual fortune and persuading millions to mimic the low-tech, buy-and-hold style of stock picking he practices at Berkshire Hathaway."
—Time

"Buffett and Munger are, without doubt, two of the greatest investors and capital allocators of all time, so investors would be well served to study their thinking carefully."
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Warren Buffett: An Illustrated Biography of the World's Most Successful Investor

Contents

Getting Started Chapter 2 Meeting Benjamin Graham
Discovering Intangible Value The Amex Affair
The Warren and Charlie Show
Buffett Dissolves the Partnerships
Sees Candies
A Platonic Affair
The Return to GEICO
Buffett Saves Salomon Brothers
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Ayano Morio was born in Aichi, Japan. After studying oil painting at Musashino Art University, she made a debut as a cartoonist in 1982 in the monthly comic magazine "Be Love" (Kodansha). She published many fictional cartoon stories in which conflicts or worries of women and children were described. Recently she has switched over to a career in non-fiction cartoons and published biographies of unique characters in Japanese history and the financial world.

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