Company: Berkshire Hathaway
Credo: Invest only in what you understand, and at the fair price.
Nickname: The oracle from Omaha.
Best-seller: Annual letter of Berkshire to shareholders.
Quote: "Whether it is socks or actions, I prefer to buy qualitative goods at low price".
Principles. Buffett Bin Graham's mentor taught the followers what it is necessary to take not shares, but businesses. "Mr. Market" can sometimes sell them at the price less real cost — it’s the time to work. Buffett adheres to this philosophy of cost investment from 1950es years, it became a basis of his strategy and increased his fortune to $65 billion. Among investments of the oracle from Omaha – American Express, Disney, Washington Post, Capital Cities/ABC, Coca-Cola, Geico and ten other companies.
Invest like Buffett. Why not to buy a few shares of Berkshire Hathaway? Let Warren invest for you. There are shares of the company with the different voting rights: a class B who call Baby Berkshire, bargain at the price of $126 and are more available, than class A papers – at the price of $190 000.
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