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The new Buffettology : the proven techniques for investing successfully in changing markets that have made Warren Buffett the world's most famous investor

Author: Mary Buffett; David Clark
Publisher: New York : Rawson Associates, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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A guide to investing in a down market shares Warren Buffett's investment strategies while offering advice on how to decipher and use financial information, make sound investment choices, and identify the best times to invest.
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Named Person: Warren Buffett; Warren Buffett
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Buffett; David Clark
ISBN: 0684871742 9780684871745
OCLC Number: 50042710
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 288 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Foreword: a few personal things about a very private billionaire --
Introduction: how Warren Buffett turned $105,000 into $30 billion --
The answer to why Warren doesn't play the stock market - and how not doing so has made him America's number one investor --
How Warren makes good profits out of bad news about a company --
How Warren exploits the market's shortsightedness --
How companies make investors rich: the interplay between profit margins and inventory turnover and how Warren uses it to his advantage --
The hidden danger: they type of business Warren fears and avoids --
The kind of business Warren loves: how he identifies and isolates the best companies to invest in --
Using Warren's investment methods to avoid the next high-tech massacre --
Interest rates and stock prices - how Warren capitalizes on what others miss --
Solving the puzzle of the bear/bull market cycle and how Warren uses it to his advantage --
How Warren discerns buying opportunities others miss --
Where Warren discovers companies with hidden wealth --
Financial information: Warren's secrets for using the Internet to beat Wall Street --
Warren's checklist for potential investments: his ten points of light --
How to determine when a privately held business can be a bonanza --
Warren's secret formula for getting out at the market top --
Where Warren Buffett is investing now! --
Stock arbitrage: Warren's best-kept secret for building wealth --
For the hard-core Buffettologist: Warren Buffett's mathematical equations for uncovering great businesses --
Thinking the way Warren does: the case studies of his most recent investments --
Putting Buffettology to work for you.
Responsibility: Mary Buffett and David Clark.
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