Review Berkshire Hathaway: Letters To Shareholders
by WARREN E. BUFFETT
Before anyone else, Warren E. Buffett got to manage and conduct the operation of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. back in April of 1965. The small textile firm later then transferred and purchased for $18. After fifty-four letters to different shareholders, the value of the share soared up to $306,600, making investor capital just neutral under 20% annually. Such was considered a multiplier of 17,000 times.
Berkshire Hathaway – Letters To Shareholders is a compendium of Warren Buffett’s black and white to different shareholders within five decades. This compiled narrates and presents Buffett’s teaching into a well-wired, comprehensive framework. In addition to this, this edition includes the 1965-1976 documents that aren’t presented on the author’s official site. More than giving insights and an in-depth look at how Berkshire’s success was established, the primary focus of this book is to highlight Buffett’s unconditional charity for his students through methodology sharing and impartation.
There exist hundreds of accounts about Buffett’s teachings, theories, and principles, but what makes this book different is its provision of raw and unedited financial lessons, teachings, and insights straight from the financial legend himself.
About the Author
Warren Edward Buffett is an American business and financial tycoon. He presently works as the Chief Executive Officer of Berkshire Hathaway. During his early years, he developed an inclination to investing, which later led him to pursue Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. His experience in investment did him well as he is now considered as the most popular figure in the field.
Table of Contents
- Corporate Genealogy
- Goodwill and Amortization
- Memo to Managers
- Berkshire- Past, Present, Future
- Vice Chairman’s Thoughts- Past and Future
- 1951- The Security I Like Best: GEICO
- 1953- The Security I Like Best: Western Insurance
- 1967- National Indemnity Purchase
- 1978-Diversified Retailing Merger
- 1980- Illinois National Bank Spinoff Letter
- 1983-Nebraska Furniture Mart Purchase Letter
- 2001-9/11 Letter to Managers