The Oracle & Omaha, How Warren Buffet and His Hometown Shaped Each Other
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Warren Buffett, "The Oracle of Omaha," often speaks fondly of his hometown. The city provided him a comfortable home base, away from Wall Street’s distractions. In return, Omaha benefited from the worldwide attention that came his way and from the generosity of his early investors. It turned out to be a profitable relationship for both The Oracle & Omaha
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This book is like the new holy grail for someone like myself. The pictures alone, are worth the low price of this book. I also love reading about people that invested with Buffett before anyone knew who he was. To my absolute delight they have a chapter devoted to the early Buffett and Berkshire investors. Thinking about Buffett in his modest office, living in his modest world fascinates me. There are so many lessons one can learn how Buffett lives his life and making money is the least of those lessons. Yes he is the world's greatest investor, but reading how he views the world is his real genius. If you are a fan of everything Buffett, get this book and you will see what I mean.
For the record, I also own Charlie Munger and John Bogle's autograph. But they were much easier to obtain. : )
Found a typo on page 75, line #11. Missing the "B" in "Buffett". Of all the words that could have been a typo in this particular book...
Thanks for publishing it!