Философия инвестирования Уоррена Баффетта, или О чем умалчивают биографы финансового гуру
English Title: Warren Buffett’s Philosophy of Investment, Or What the Financial Guru's Biographers Do Not Discuss
An intellectual biography Warren Buffett with a focus on those factors of his success which are beyond the theory of investment.
This article offers a new explanation of the Warren Buffett’s investment phenomenon. This explanation is different from that offered by the promoters of the value investing who suggest the idea of the existence of a superior investment strategy and from that put forward by the advocates of the efficient market theory who discuss the role of pure luck. In the author’s opinion, Warren Buffett’s investment success is best explained by a purposefully built sustainable competitive advantage over other investors; the specific investment strategy and luck play a partial role.
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Many books have been written about Warren Buffett’s value-investing strategy, and volumes more have been written about becoming a top-tier value investor. Even so, no one can touch the success Warren Buffett has achieved. Why? In this revealing examination of Buffett’s success, practitioner, professor, and bestselling author Еlena Chirkova proposes the key to replicating his achievements is found in his acquisition practices as well as his investment strategy.
In The Warren Buffett Philosophy of Investment, she looks at the man in full to piece together the framework leading to his unmatched wealth-generating prowess. The cornerstone of her study goes beyond investment theory to show Buffett’s core wealth drivers are his philosophies behind Berkshire Hathaway. From his decision to create a joint stock company (instead of a mutual fund) to his hands-off policy with acquired companies to making himself a brand-name of mergers and acquisitions―she illustrates an intimate portrayal of Buffett operating behind the scenes by piecing together his career with scholarly diligence and scrutiny. Even well-read Buffett followers gain fresh insight into the man by discovering:Where his divergence from the principals of Ben Graham and Philip Fisher make him a superior investor Why his unorthodox perspective on the financial markets keep him ahead of the curve How his vision of risk, interpretation of volatility, and scepticism about investing in technology companies are interconnected What he sees as the critical problems of corporate finance
Additionally, readers are treated to extraordinary coverage of how Buffett strategically set up Berkshire Hathaway to suit his personal long-term investment strategy and provide almost cost-free leverage. See how Buffett’s singular acquisition tactics and portfolio investments earned Berkshire Hathaway the distinction as “the right home for the right people,” which gives him access to deals unobtainable by other companies and investors.
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