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The Warren Buffett Way (Review and Analysis of Hagstrom's Book)

The Warren Buffett Way (Review and Analysis of Hagstrom's Book)

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The Warren Buffett Way (Review and Analysis of Hagstrom's Book)

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34 pages
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Oct 14, 2014
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9782511018613
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The must-read summary of Robert G. Hagstrom's book: "The Warren Buffett Way: Investment Strategies of the World Greatest Investor".

This complete summary of the ideas from Robert G. Hagstrom's book "The Warren Buffett Way" reveals the approach behind the success of one of the most successful stock market investors: focus on the value of the business and its market price. In his book, the author explains how Buffett finds a business he understands and feels comfortable with, then he acts like a business owner rather than a stock market speculator. He studies everything possible about the business, becomes an expert in that field and works with the management rather than against them. This summary gives you a valuable insight into the techniques and strategies that Warren Buffett uses to guarantee success.

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To learn more, read "The Warren Buffett Way" and discover the secrets to success of this top investor.
Publisher:
Released:
Oct 14, 2014
ISBN:
9782511018613
Format:
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  • An investment operation is one which, upon thorough analysis, promises safety of principal and a satisfactory return. Operations not meeting those requirements are speculative.”An investment requires safety of principal and a satisfactory return.

  • Graham’s investment philosophy was that a well-chosen, diversified portfolio of common stocks, based on reasonable prices, were the soundest possible long-term investment anyone could make.

  • During the next stage of rapid growth, the company requires cash to grow and re-tains earnings and borrows or issues more equity.

  • Look to buy a business which has shown it can reasonably weather different economic cycles and competitive forces.

  • These companies have an appreciable margin of safety whereby prices can be raised to offset management mistakes.

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The Warren Buffett Way by Robert G. Hagstrom

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1. WARREN BUFFETT

2. TWO MENTORS

3. FOUNDATIONS OF THE BUFFETT APPROACH

4. THE WARREN BUFFETT WAY

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Warren Buffett is one of the most successful stock market investors of the past 30 years.

His entire approach is to focus on the value of the business and its market price. Once Buffett finds a business he understands and feels comfortable with, he acts like a business owner rather than a stock market speculator. He studies everything possible about the business, becomes an expert in that field and works with the management rather than against them. In fact, often his first act on buying shares in any company is to grant the managers his proxy vote for his shares to assure them that he has no intention to try and move the company away from its core values.

Buffett champions the value investment strategy, and puts no credence in day to day movements in share prices, the impact of the economic mood overall or any other external factors. He maintains a long-term perspective at all times, and never loses sight of the underlying value of a business.

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