Buffett Beyond Value: Why Warren Buffett Looks to Growth and Management When Investing
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Buffett Beyond Value: Why Warren Buffett Looks to Growth and Management When Investing

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A detailed look at how Warren Buffett really invests

In this engaging new book, author Prem Jain extracts Warren Buffett's wisdom from his writings, Berkshire Hathaway financial statements, and his letters to shareholders and partners in his partnership firms-thousands of pages written over the last fifty years. Jain uncovers the key elements of Buffett's approach that ever

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Hardcover, 304 pages
Published April 9th 2010 by Wiley (first published February 19th 2010)
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Anil Tulsiram
Some chapters are really interesting. 1) Success in retailing, manufacturing and utility 2) profitability and accounting. For me most interesting part was why buffet invested in utility company. Gives a fresh perspective to look at NTPC and Power grid.
nmouse
Great summary of what Buffett's investing philosophy is about. However the author is in love with Buffett and fails to assess Buffett's investing record with a critical eye. Not so successful investments like Netjets were favorably discussed. Saloman Brothers wasn't even mentioned throughout the book. You would think Buffett is flawless after reading this book, except he is not. There is more to be learnt from his mistakes than his successes. Interesting book overall, recommend that you read it...more
Daniel G.
This book explains that Buffett is not a value investor, as many people believe, but a Renaissance investor. This means he uses a full suite of investment philosophies based on what will work best. Easy to read, understand and has changed my ideas of how I approach investing in businesses.
Andronicus Kok
Another interesting read about Warren Buffett and his Investment lessons which he buys and holds for a long long time. A great read ;)
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