Opinion | Learning from Warren Buffett's investing style
The key difference between Buffett and many investors is that Buffett buys businesses and not stocks
January 29, 2019 / 03:35 PM IST
Buffett invested in his first stock at age 11, buying shares Cities Service Preferred for $38 per share. He felied his first tax return at age 14, making his money by delivering newspapers. By the time he finished high school, he had bought a stake in a 40-acre farm in Omaha, Nebraska. (Photo: Reuters)
Confucius said one of the fastest ways of learning wisdom is by imitation. That rule is applicable to all forms of learning, including investing.
Who better to learn to invest than from the master himself? Warren Buffett a.k.a the ‘world’s greatest investor’ has inspired many fund managers and individuals in the science of investing.
So what is the Buffet style? Warren Buffett has not flinched from changing his style of investing in line with changing market conditions and his...