Review Berkshire Hathaway Letters to Shareholders
by WARREN BUFFETT
This book is a compilation of all of Warren Buffett’s letters to his shareholders spanning from 1965 to 2018. It includes letters from the years 1965 to 1976 that are not available on the company’s website.
Buffett discusses the trading methods he used as among the most successful investors of all time. Sharing these to his readers, he creates an invaluable lesson plan on business and investing.
Despite the availability of these letters online, the true value of the book lies in Buffett’s interpretation and discussion of his trading methods. The author allows the readers to gain insight from his letters to his shareholders, which in turn explains the terms and conditions in how businesses run.
The book offers the reader a better grasp of the financial industry from a world-class investor. The book is sold at a low price, which technically makes it a bargain. It is recommended for anyone who wants to learn invaluable lessons about the finance industry at a price that’s worth to pay for.
About the Author
WARREN BUFFETT is a renowned figure in the financial industry. He is regarded as an investor, philanthropist, and business magnate. He is the CEO, chairman, and primary shareholder of Berkshire Hathaway. He was the 2008 wealthiest person in the world and the third in 2011. He is dubbed as among the most influential people in the world by Time magazine.
Table of Contents
- Corporate Genealogy
- Goodwill and its Amortization
- Memo to Managers
- Berkshire—Past, Present, and Future, Warren Buffett
- Vice Chairman’s Thoughts—Past and Future
- 1951 – The Security I Like Best: GEICO
- 1953 – The Security I Like Best: Western Influence
- 1967 – National Indemnity Purchase
- 1975 – Pensions
- 1978 – Diversified Retailing Merger
- 1980 – Illinois National Bank Spinoff Letter
- 1983 – Nebraska Furniture Mart Purchase Letter
- 2001 – 9/11 Letter to Managers