Their central theme is that fundamental analysis should guide business investment, a theme discussed in regard to understanding the proper roles of managers and shareholders, finance, mergers, valuation, and accounting. Buffett has applied these principles as CEO since of Berkshire Hathaway, a textile business he purchased and transformed into a holding company that came to own completely or to have substantial stock holdings in a number of profitable companies.
Buffett's writings are written with the average off-the-street person in mind, and is hence suitable for anyone with an interest in finance, who wants to learn more about Buffett's views on investing and management.
Fundamental ideologies of Buffett can clearly Essays warren buffett cunningham identified, and the book's layout makes it easy to refer to specific topics of interest.
I did feel however, that some of the pieces were a b Book provides a good selection of Buffett's essays and writings, organised in a clear topics.
I did feel however, that some of the pieces were a bit dated a number of them were from the 80's and not really applicable in today's times. One can almost certainly say the same about his own writings: A century from now people will still marvel at the insights and resonance from Buffett s annual shareholder letters and other publications, trying to apply them in their own investments.
If Security Analysis Ben Graham laid the foundations for valuing companies and Philip Warren Buffett is fond of saying that he loves Coca-Cola the stock because of the virtue of knowing how its business will look a decade from now i.
As headline-ish as this is, it is akin to judging the merits of Usain Bolt from a Puma-commercial. To me, apart from the Berkshire-numbers themselves, what has always been the standout attribute of Buffett and his letters are the ability to synthesise immensely complex matters into common-sense opinions.
By compiling them in this way, Cunningham clearly did all us Buffett-lemmings a massive favour. But not only that.
Not merely as a convenient go-to source for journalists to get his views on the flavour-of-the-day topic, but more importantly as mandatory reading for business school students and corporate decision-makers.
This collection of essays can truly re-educate a generation of students and continue the education of others.
In my mind, some of the most interesting letters are the ones written in the late 70s and s. The letter s that go through this thought-process are superb in describing the merits of investing in high-return business. The author has chosen these broad topics on which Warren Buffett have talked about to the Berkshire Hathaway shareholders through the company's Annual Report.THE ESSAYS OF WARREN BUFFETT: LESSONS FOR CORPORATE AMERICA Essays by Warren E.
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The Essays of Warren Buffett: Lessons for Corporate America by Warren Buffett, Lawrence A. Cunningham The year marks the fiftieth anniversary of Berkshire Hathaway under Warren Buffett's leadership, a milestone worth commemorating/5(7). The Essays of Warren Buffett () Edited by Lawrence Cunningham Year in, year out, Warren Buffett comes up as one of the two or three wealthiest people in the world.
The Essays of Warren Buffett, as the name suggests is the book about the investing style of Warren Buffett and his approach when it comes to investing in the businesses or buying them out. The author has chosen these broad topics on which Warren Buffett have talked about to the Berkshire Hathaway shareholders through the company's Annual Report.
/5. Warren Buffett is the Chief Executive Officer of Berkshire Hathaway, a $70+ billion holding company engaged in a variety of businesses. Lawrence Cunningham is a Henry St. George Tucker III Research Professor of Law at the George Washington University Law School.