Warren Buffett’s Ground Rules
Warren Buffett’s Ground Rules is a piece of work by Jeremy Miller. He obtains the permission from Warren Buffett to study his partnership letters and extracts words of wisdom from them.
The time was around 1950’s to 1960’s when Warren Buffett just quit his job from hsi most respected teacher Benjamin Graham’s investment company and went back to Omaha. Then, he started his partnerships with his families and friends based on his ground rules.
The book talks about the ground rules of Buffett’s partnerships and how the rules made him align his benefit with his partners. By studying Buffett partnership letters, you will gain wisdom on investment, analysis measurements & Methods and portfolio setup.
The book is classified as Investment in my blog.
Jeremy Miller is an investment analyst for a leading New York-based mutual fund company. He has more than fifteen years of experience in the financial industry, having served in various capacities in equity sales and research at several of the world’s largest investment banks. This is his first book. Warren Buffett is a business magnate and the most successful investor of the twentieth century. He is the CEO and largest shareholder of the multinational conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway and often ranked among the wealthiest people in the world.
I buy this book, “Warren Buffett’s Ground Rules”, simply because it is one of the books recommended by Warren Buffet and it has his name on it.
This book is far more than I was expected! Jeremy Miller gathered up the partnership letters wrote by Warren Buffett and analysed his investment philosophy and his story in his first partnership. It walks you through the story of Warren Buffett startups. By such, you can learn lots of lessons about investment and how business should be run.
It is a very inspiring book and I enjoy it a lot.
As Warren Buffett says:
“If you are fascinated by investment theory and practice, you will enjoy this book.”
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