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on September 2, 2015
I highly recommend it!!! It is very well written and extremely informative.
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on August 13, 2015
Fantastic book. Must read for all capitalists.
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on August 2, 2015
An interesting read for those who have some knowledge of Buffett and the investment world. Even if you don't you will learn a lot and most likely find this an informative read and find yourself more knowledgeable big business. It kept my interest and I will watch for other books about this
very unique man and his unusual talents.
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on July 27, 2015
Easily the best biography of Buffett ever written. Readable, educational, informative and, most important, very interesting.

A must-read for all fans of Buffett, business, and investing.
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on July 27, 2015
Illuminating. I did not realize how power Buffet is. Very inviting book about a very inviting man. I wish he did not help expand Coca Cola to the levels where we now have rampant diabetes and obesity. Yet, he drinks it everyday (apparently along with hamburgers) and still looks great so what can you say. He is proof of Dr. William Osler's admonition that, "Honest hard work is the cure for most maladies." Apparently as Buffet proves...it keeps you young too.

It is inspiring to see that a man, with many self admitted foibles, can become wealthy on hard work, vision and integrity! I look forward to reading it again and will probably have a coke & a burger in Warren's honor.
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on July 14, 2015
Compared to Buffett's official autobiography, this book seems to focus more on business aspects while the official autobiography seems to focus more on personal aspects. Both books are good.

The only negative point I have about this book is that its description of the troubles at Salomon Brothers is too long and detailed which was uninteresting to me.
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on July 9, 2015
Awesome book. Really interesting character.
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on June 11, 2015
This insightful journey into the life of legendary investor, Warren Buffett reveals a lot why he is truly great. I'm no longer surprised why he is a legend; the results couldn't have been by a stroke of luck consistently over time. He couldn't have been less great. The man is truly a great investor and I am of the opinion that his principles and methodology of picking winning stocks and investments are almost certain to guarantee long-term investment results above the average. Roger Lowenstein has once again exhibited his rare skills as one of the best business authors of modern times. I read one of his previous books some years ago, "When Genius Failed" and was transfixed page by page throughout the pages of that book, hence, of all the biographies written about Warren Buffett, I chose to read his first. Good job, Roger. Keep it up!
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Excellent Book!
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on May 19, 2015
This is the best business book on warren buffet.. Will recommend everyone to read..
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