Making Money The Buffett Way
When an investor amasses $52 billion over half a century, humble stock pickers take note. When he's Warren Buffett, the homespun "Oracle of Omaha," it not only pays to heed his thinking, but it's fun.
Buffett has probably made more money for more stock market investors than anyone in history. Can you be one of them?
A timeline tracks Buffett's amazing investing record and his equally remarkable career, in chart, text, and photos.
The boss of Berkshire Hathaway wants a successor who is "genetically programmed to recognize and avoid serious risks..."
He's a midwesterner, but there the similarity to Buffett ends. This fund manager likes hot stocks and quick trades.
Buffett fans around the globe make Facebook pages a virtual Omaha.
Buffett says it best: "The first rule of investing is don't lose money; the second rule is don't forget Rule No. 1."
Yes, Buffett is really smart. But, he says, "Investing is not a game where the guy with the 160 IQ beats the guy with a 130 IQ."
A look at Buffett-inspired stock pickers of three types: purists, tweakers, and radicals.
Essential books on how Buffett buys and sellsand how he's become an American folk hero of sorts.
Just when you think you understand Buffett, he surprises you with an exotic investment.
Photo Credits: Top illustrations by James Shepherd for USN&WR. Other images, clockwise from left: NATI HARNIKAP (2); JAMES SHEPHERD FOR USN&WR; DELAWARE INVESTMENTS; CHARLIE ARCHAMBAULT FOR USN&WR; SUSAN JANERICO AND LAUREN CARRUTHERS; NO CREDIT; AMERICAN CENTURY; GEICO; USN&WR.