Top Warren Buffett Books and Resources
Warren Buffett has made a name as the most successful investor of the twentieth century. A student and friend of Benjamin Graham, the father of value investing, Buffett has managed to amass one of the largest fortunes in history through his company, Berkshire Hathaway. Using these books and resources you can now find out about his biography, investing techniques, and thoughts on business.
In this second-edition compilation, Professor Lawrence Cunningham arranges Warren Buffett's writings and comments based on topics such as dividend payout policy, goodwill, preferred stock, zero coupon bonds, executive pay, and acquisitions. An excellent resource for business owners, financial professionals, and lay investors alike. An excellent book for any executive's library.
In her book, Mary Buffett, former wife of Warren's son, Peter, discusses the investing techniques the Oracle of Omaha uses when selecting stocks and bonds. Includes interesting anecdotes and previously unknown material.
Roger Lowenstein's book, "Buffett: The Making of an American Capitalist" is by far the most definitive and useful biography of Warren Buffett in print. The author researches and gives details concerning Buffett's childhood, college years, an early investment partnership, and acquisition of Berkshire Hathaway. A must-read for anyone interested in value investing or Buffett himself.
Relatively short and easy to read, How to Pick Stocks Like Warren Buffett is an excellent introduction to the world of value investing. The author, Timothy Vick, is a senior analyst at Arbor Capital Management. The book is relatively short and should provide a satisfying read.
The Warren Buffett CEO
Everyone knows Warren Buffett is a brilliant investor. Now, thanks to "The Warren Buffett CEO", readers can get a glimpse of his brilliance as a business manager. This book contains the biographies of the various executives of Berkshire Hathaway, all of whom have thrived under Buffett's "hands-off" management policy. Great for managers and entrepreneurs.
An investor who purchased $10,000 of Berkshire Hathaway stock when Warren Buffett took over would have seen his shares climb in value to more than $51 million by the end of the 1990s. This book chronicles some of the things that have made Berkshire so successful, including shareholder-oriented management, a diversified collection of fine businesses, and little or no debt.
Of Permanent Value: The Story of Warren Buffett, Updated and Expanded
For the true Buffett fanatic, this book offers never-before-heard anecdotes of Warren's life, investment partnership, and company, Berkshire Hathaway. It includes information on the Oracle's various investments, including writing stock options for Coca-Cola (an apparently uncharacteristic move). An absolute must-have.
"You don't need to be a rocket scientist. Investing is not a game where the guy with the 160 IQ beats the guy with 130 IQ." —Warren Buffett. Janet Lowe uncovers the Buffett's wit and wisdom in this excellent collection of quips and comments such as the one above from the Oracle. An excellent book to have around.
A small, chock-full book of Warren Buffett's most famous and insightful comments ranging on everything from running a business to purchasing stocks. Definitely a great and very affordable gift.