CREATING A PORTFOLIO LIKE WARREN BUFFETT PDF

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Creating a Portfolio like Warren Buffett. A High Return Investment. 5 Pages · · 45 KB How to Think Like Benjamin Graham and Invest Like Warren Buffett. Creating a Portfolio like Warren Buffett: A High Return Investment Strategy highlights actual trades author Jeeva Ramaswamy has successfully executed using. The practical guide to investing the Warren Buffett way. Creating a Portfolio like Warren Buffett: A High Return Investment Strategy highlights actual trades author .


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Insurance Our results in the insurance area are very lumpy and that will never change as we are required to mark results to the market.

Creating a Portfolio like Warren Buffett: A High Return Investment Strategy

We want you to know that Ajit Jain is a genius and he can separate people from their money in the insurance business as well as almost anyone ever has. The float created effectively means we have been owning stocks with free leverage for decades and our massive balance sheet dwarfs any of our competitors.

With this kind of crushing dominance, it is easy to understand why we sit by watching site, Facebook and Google monopolize e-commerce, social media and search. If the government will leave us alone and bathe Berkshire in tax subsidies at MidAmerican Energy, while allowing me to personally avoid taxes, why should I say anything?

Apple We were eight years late getting into Coke KO stock in it bottomed in , but we did get a ten-bagger from Instead of selling, we have promoted the brand and their stock for 19 years. The fact that Pepsi has run rings around us in the snack business the last twenty years and their stock has soared in comparison to Coke, only bothers us when we think about it.

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They are a dominate brand and have unbelievable control over affluent folks, especially in the U. Charlie and I can look ten years down the road and see nothing but higher and higher free-cash flow.

We know that some of you are looking at Apple and thinking, where was I ten years and five years ago? The answer was I was busy working on IBM and going back to my deep value days.

It is always good to humiliate yourself occasionally and all of us do it in the stock picking realm. I am thinking of signing on to be the new wholesaler in-chief for index investing.

Charlie and I will remind you that if your company has an economist on staff, you have one too many employees. Economists have been very busy lately, mostly with scare tactics.

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We like any President who leaves us alone and allows us to personally avoid meaningful income and estate taxes. The next ten years are likely to be great.

Towns like Omaha should be major beneficiaries of couples looking for affordable places to live and raise a family. The folks running our businesses are also doing well, but we wish Rose Blumkin would come back from the dead. We want to thank all our shareholders for leaving us alone and trekking to the most overwhelming and over-crowded annual meeting in the world.

Charlie is having his teeth worked on, because he damaged them last year eating Mrs. Charlie wants to remind everyone that it is better to own a great company at a reasonable price than run the risk of getting caught in a value trap.

Buffett for his generosity with his time and teaching. Many of us in the investment industry owe him a great deal. Warm regards, William Smead The information contained in this missive represents Smead Capital Management's opinions and should not be construed as personalized or individualized investment advice and are subject to change. He explained it, how public investors behave in stock market. How Fear and greed affects the investment decisions and explained it with recent events like Europe debt crisis.

However there are errors, that I cought here A couple of calculation examples: The calculation of compound annual growth rate is wrong throughout the book.

A formula for compound growth rate appears twice once incorrectly. But even the correct version is not used properly, since the number of years of growth is consistently miscounted.

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But the calculation uses three years of growth and gets an annual growth rate of 2. The vast majority of compound growth calculations in this book are wrong. Using lots of examples is great, but not if they get butchered in the analysis. The initial cost of the shares was not deducted from the proceeds of sale before applying the tax. The error is repeated in each line of the table and again on the next page.

The results are then discussed as if they are something other than nonsense. How can such a gross error go unnoticed?

On railways: "I was amazed to see that just one gallon of gas can be used for 35 miles of transportation. Equally predictably this author and his editors fail to recognize that something has gone grossly wrong. His calculations aren't even close to being right and the calculated intrinsic value that follows is ridiculously low.Overall it is good read, but if you put attention to detail sorry I do then it might disappoint you to some capacity.

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But before you can invest like Buffett, you need a strong knowledge of value investing. Unfortunately, this strategy and business setup is not commonly talked about in the media. It includes detailed instructions to: Thus I knew I wanted to model Warren Buffett's investment philosophy, but I needed a book that bridged the gap between covering his basic approach and giving me information that's too far beyond my level.

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