InTHE MEGA DEALS OF WARREN BUFFETT, we trace Warren Buffett’s journey as he made Berkshire Hathaway the largest company in America.
In this enthralling account, we follow Buffett’s investment deals over the decade from 1989 to 1998, as Berkshire shares jumped 14-fold from $4,700 to $68,000 and its market cap grew from $5 billion to $100 billion.
This was a period of Buffett’s career when he was approaching normal retirement age. But far from slowing down, he was just hitting his stride. Buffett was as driven as ever to seek out great companies at good prices. By studying the decision-making that went into his investment deals, and the successful and unsuccessful outcomes, we can learn from Buffett and become better investors ourselves.
In this decade, Buffett made investments in Wells Fargo, USAir, American Express, The Shoe Group, Helzberg Diamond Shops, RC Willey, FlightSafety International, Dairy Queen, NetJets, and General Re.
For each of these deals, investing expert and Buffett historian Glen Arnold dives into unprecedented detail to analyse the investment process and the stories of the individuals involved. Arnold’s engaging, lucid style transports the reader to the time and place of the deals, to truly appreciate how Buffett was operating.
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The Mega Deals Of Warren Buffett: Creating A $100 Billion Company
Jaico Publishing House
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25 April 2023
GLEN ARNOLD, a wealthy investor in his fifties, now spends most of his time running his equity portfolio and a property development company from an office from rural Leicestershire. His main research focus draws on the ideas of the great investors, academic discoveries and corporate strategic analysis.