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"Just as top musicians memorize scales, and the best golfers perfect swings at the driving range, investors who want sustainable, good returns must master the critical basics that Mary Buffett and David Clark lay out for us in this clear explanation of Warren Buffett's methods. I don't think there has been a better time for investors to relearn the fundamentals. Follow these methods and you will see results!" - Timothy P. Vick, senior portfolio manager, The Sanibel Captiva Trust Company, and author of How to Pick Stocks Like Warren Buffett
Mary Buffett is a bestselling author, international speaker, entrepreneur, political and environmental activist. Ms. Buffett appears regularly on television as one of the top finance experts in America. She has been the principal speaker for prestigious organization around the world. Ms. Buffett has worked successfully in a wide range of businesses including extensive work as a consultant to several Fortune 500 companies. She lives in California.
David Clark holds degrees in both finance and law, and in the late seventies was the founding member of the original Buffettologists - a small group of early Berkshire shareholders who studied the investment methods of Warren Buffett. He is now recognized as one of the world's leading authorities on the subject and has written extensively on it. He lives in Warren Buffett's hometown, Omaha, Nebraska, and is the Managing Director of a private investment partnership.
Very straight forward and simple look at the parts of a a business financial statements. Great for beginners, but I'd skip this one if you've done entry level accounting in... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Levi Richards
It is much more complicated than Warren Buffett and the art of stock arbitrage. You should read it several times. In the end, you will make money.Published 1 month ago by Philip Grueter
An intro to financial statements and investments. Not written by Warren Buffet. I was questioning what Mr. Buffett would approve of and agree with during this read. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nicole Sutliff
Simple, common sense approach to the individual components of a companies financial reports. This does not go into deep quantitative analysis though I think the lessons should form... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rowen Stewart Hodge
Concise & relevant. Easy to make check list of things to watch for.Published 3 months ago by Robert Houle
Recommended by a friend getting his Masters in Quantitative Analysis. We are both finance geeks. I can honestly say that this book has more wisdom than any first or second year... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Aaron F.