Investment_Strategy_of_Warren_Buffett-Group_1-Section_A

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Investment management strategy of Warren Buffett Presented By: Group 1, Section A Aayush Goel (01), Aditya Narayan Moharana (02), Ajit Kumar Bhoi (03), Ambrish Kumar Abhimanyu (04), Anirudh Gupta (06), Anurag Upadhyay (07), Avinash Patel (09), Himanandini Mohanty (16), Pallishree Pallavi (25)
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Biography/History Bought first stock at the age of 11 Opened his own partnership in Omaha By 1961, he had 5 partnerships In 1962, he merged his partnerships to create Buffett Partnerships Ltd. Bought stock of Berkshire Hathaway at $8 Bought Amex stock after fraud scandal Took control of Berkshire Hathaway in 1965 In 1974, lost over 50% of his wealth In the crash of ’87, lost $342 million personally
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Biography/History Buffett’s current worth is $47 billion, 2 nd wealthiest person on earth Berkshire Hathaway has $248 billion in assets Goal is to increase it by 15% every year One share of Berkshire Hathaway trades at a whooping $140,000. He owns: Geico Insurance Benjamin Moore Paints Borsheim's Jewelry Fruit of the Loom Buffalo News Dairy Queen
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Management Style He will not interfere with the running of the company. Berkshire Hathaway is a major player in the markets for insurance, soft drinks, chocolates, shoes, jewelry, publishing, furniture, steel, energy, home-building and private jets. Warren Buffett has been known to avoid investing in tech stocks. The reason is that, it’s a highly competitive and unpredictable market.
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Value Investor What is a value investor, and what makes Warren “the best” ? Intrinsic value
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Ke during the Spring '11 term at Lethbridge College.

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