Why Warren Buffett Is Worth $73 Billion – And You’re Not

Why Warren Buffett is worth $73 billion – and you’re not

Much of the financial world is all abuzz over the 50th annual letter to shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway, released this past weekend. Financial journalists, amateur Buffett sleuths, Graham & Dodd aficionados and just about everyone I know spent some quality time this weekend with this letter. They are all trying to identify that one pearl of…

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2 Comments on "Why Warren Buffett Is Worth $73 Billion – And You’re Not"

  1. If he were born in this generation he would probably not be as successful using the same techniques !!! In those days markets were not as manipulated, and all this extreme volatility and derivatives and leverage was far less. Once you make you first few millions, it’s easy enough to be connected to the powers that be…..and have avenues to invest which are not available to the common investor…..

  2. He is an inside Trader a buffalo to boot Yeah a poxy freemason , you know the Mafia . Derrrr

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