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    Warren Edward Buffett was conceived on August 30, 1930 to his dad Howard, a stockbroker-turned-Congressman. The main kid, he was the second of three kids, and showed an astonishing bent for both cash and business at an early age. Associates relate his uncanny capacity to figure segments of numbers off the highest point of his head - a deed Warren still astonishes business partners with today. At just six years of age, Buffett obtained 6-packs of Coca Cola from his granddad 's market for a quarter century and exchanged each of the jugs for a nickel, stashing a five penny benefit. After five years, Buffett stepped into the universe of high back. At eleven years of age, he obtained three shares of Urban areas Benefit Favored at $38 per share for…

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    Warren Buffett is arguably the wealthiest man in the world. He invested, saved, and established businesses to earn his net worth of over $65 million. He has generously donated much of his fortune to charity. He had to learn to be patience to earn this abundance of money, but with hard work and determination, he made it happen. Warren Buffett, born August 30, 1930, has been investing ever since he could understand what it was. For him, that was at age 11. Up to that time, he had been…

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    (Goleman, 2000). Michael Dell, Richard Wagnor, and Warren Buffet are three highly successful CEOs with strong leadership styles that has strongly influenced their companies. Michael Dell has been named the youngest CEO of all the major computer companies and has held this position since 1984. This is the longest tenure held than anyone else has in the industry of computer companies. He is one of the wealthiest men in America, owning 14 percent of the company. At a young age, Michael Dell became…

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    unflappable chairman of Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK-A) (NYSE: BRK-B) is widely considered to be the most successful investor of the 20th century and still going strong in the 21st. Not only is Warren Buffett a successful businessman, but also a great author, philanthropist and inspiration to many people, not to mention among the wealthiest people on the planet. His decades of investing wizardry and success also make him one of the most followed investors in the world. Not surprising, as it…

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    Warren Buffett Hero

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    others: welcoming, love, importance, and so much more. Warren Buffett is regarded by many as the epitome of a hero. Formerly a poor farm boy living in Nebraska, Warren Buffett transformed into arguably the most successful investor worldwide. Miraculously, Warren is still remarkably generous and modest even with the unimaginable power provided by his wealth. Warren Buffett is a hero to our society through his generosity and modesty. Firstly, Warren Buffett qualifies as a hero due to his…

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    Mr. Buffett is a self-made leader that has payed out in the long run. “When discussing the qualities of a great leader, it’s impossible to exclude Warren Buffett… the most successful investor of the 20th century… built a dynasty based on strong fundamental skills... the perfect example of patient and methodical leadership style. Buffett 's career is built on gathering information about how to motivate, inspire and respect his employees and management team” (Carrow 1). Warren Buffett always tells…

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    Who is Warren Buffett? Warren Buffett is a world renown investor known as the "Oracle of Omaha" and for being one of the richest people on the planet. He is currently the President and CEO (Chief Executive Officer) of Berkshire Hathaway Inc, an American multinational conglomerate holding Company. This Biographical essay will examine the investing life of Warren Buffet. When most children were out playing, Warren Buffet was making deals and money. At the age of Six Warren bought six…

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    Entrepreneurial Legend - Warren Buffett For my famous economic entrepreneurial legend I have chosen Warren Buffett. He is agruably one of the richest men in the world with a net worth of over 70 billion. Coincidentally, Warren Buffet earned his MS in economics in 1951. As CEO of Birkshire Hathaway his company’s Class A stock lists for around 213,000 per share. Birkshire Hathaway’s company performace regularly outperforms the class of Index 500 stocks. Buffett has taken on considerable investment…

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    Warren Buffet Personality

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    Warren Buffett: Do you enjoy ketchup on a ballpark hotdog? That delicious snack is thanks to Heinz Ketchup Company. Let’s not forget that cold fountain drink made possible by Cornelius Fountain Solutions. And, as you walk back to your seat, you find you can save 15% or more on your car insurance as well. Geico, Heinz, and Cornelius are all sub-companies owned by Berkshire Hathaway, owned and operated under the business mogul net-valued at 66 billion dollars, Warren Buffett. Yet, the list doesn…

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    The Intelligent Investor

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    Buffett believes one should put in time and research before buying shares of a company because “it’s not enough to just know a ticker symbol; one needs to understand what the company does, how it makes its money, and just who is running the show” (Lofton 75). Before the Internet, Buffett had needed to go to the Security and Exchange Commission to see company filings. He would also need to take notes by hand and would visit companies, such as GEICO, which is now owned completely by Berkshire…

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