Warren Buffett’s Blueprint —-> Found in His 2015 Letter

In the 2015 annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholder letter, I found the following: Considering this favorable tailwind, Berkshire (and, to be sure, a great many other businesses) will almost certainly prosper. The managers who succeed Charlie and me will build Berkshire’s per-share intrinsic value by following our simple blueprint of: 1. Constantly improving the basic earning…

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Buy Me a Boat…

This morning I heard a fun country music song on the radio…  The song is titled, “Buy Me a Boat” by Chis Janson “I ain’t rich, but I damn sure want to be. Working like a dog all day ain’t workin for me. I wish I had a rich uncle who kicked the bucket and…

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99.1% of Buffett’s Wealth Came After His 53 Birthday

Last year, I read an article on Business Insider that indicated that 99% of Buffett’s wealth came after his 50th birthday. I have thought about this several times since reading the article and decided to look into it a little further myself. According to a recent Google search, Buffett’s net worth is currently estimated at…

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The Buffett Formula…(Could It Change Your Business?)

I follow Shane Parrish who writes the farnamstreetblog.com.  He recently posted a fantastic article titled, “The Buffett Formula – How to Get Smarter.” It’s a great article and definitely worth your time. In the article, he highlighted how Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger (his partner) are learning machines. Apparently they both spend about 80% of…

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My New Business Card

Right now I’m reading a book titled, “Seeking Wisdom – from Darwin to Munger” by Peter Bevelin. At the end of the book, the author includes several excerpts from Buffett and Munger. If you haven’t heard of Charlie Munger, he is Buffett’s partner in Berkshire Hathaway and one smart dude. In one of these excerpts,…

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