Synopses & Reviews
"Simply the most important new stock book of the 1990s, to date. Buy it and read it." -Kenneth L. Fisher Forbes
The runaway bestseller-updated with new material included for the first time!
"The Warren Buffett Way outlines his career and presents examples of how his investment techniques and methods evolved and the important individuals in that process. It also details the key investment decisions that produced his unmatched record of performance." -from the Foreword by Peter S. Lynch Bestselling author, One Up on Wall Street and Beating the Street
". . . an extraordinarily useful account of the methods of an investor held by many to be the world's greatest." -The Wall Street Journal
"Robert Hagstrom presents an in-depth examination of Warren Buffett's strategies, and the 'how and why' behind his selection of each of the major securities that have contributed to his remarkable record of success. His 'homespun' wisdom and philosophy are also part of this comprehensive, interesting, and readable book." -John C. Bogle Chairman, The Vanguard Group
"It's first rate. Buffett gets a lot of attention for what he preaches, but nobody has described what he practices better than Hagstrom. Here is the lowdown on every major stock he ever bought and why he bought it. Fascinating. You could even try this at home." -John Rothchild Financial columnist Time magazine
A detailed examination of the innovative investment and business strategies of American billionaire Warren Buffett. The study focuses on Buffett's investment strategies and describes how they have evolved over the years.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 299-307) and index.
About the Author
ROBERT G. HAGSTROM, JR., CFA, is a principal with Lloyd, Leith & Sawin, a Philadelphia firm that is responsible for over $100 million in assets. He is also fund manager of Focus Trust, a no-load mutual fund.
Table of Contents
The Two Wise Men.
Mr.Market and the Lemmings.
Buying a Business.
Fixed-Income Marketable Securities.
Equity Marketable Securities.
A Few More Good Stocks.
An Unreasonable Man.