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Buffettology: The Previously Unexplained Techniques That Have Made Warren Buffett The Worlds (Anglais) Broché – 8 juin 1999

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Stevin Hoover Hoover Capital Management Absolutely the best book ever written on Warren Buffett's investment methods.

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In the world of investing, the name Warren Buffett is synonymous with success and prosperity. Learn how Warren Buffett did it—and how you can too.

Building from the ground up, Buffett chose wisely and picked his stocks with care, in turn amassing the huge fortune for which he is now famous. Mary Buffett, former daughter-in-law of this legendary financial genius and a successful businesswoman in her own right, has teamed up with noted Buffettologist David Clark to create Buffettology, a one-of-a-kind investment guide that explains the winning strategies of the master.

* Learn how to approach investing the way Buffett does, based on the authors' firsthand knowledge of the secrets that have made Buffett the world's second wealthiest man
* Use Buffett's proven method of investing in stocks that will continue to grow over time
* Master the straightforward mathematical equipments that assist Buffett in making investments
* Examine the kinds of companies that capture Buffett's interest, and learn how you can use this information to make your own investment choices of the future

Complete with profiles of fifty-four "Buffett companies" -- companies in which Buffett has invested and which the authors believe he continues to follow -- Buffettology can show any investor, from beginner to savvy pro, how to create a profitable portfolio.

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  • Broché: 320 pages
  • Editeur : Scribner; Édition : 1st Fireside Ed (8 juin 1999)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 068484821X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0684848211
  • Dimensions du produit: 14 x 2,8 x 21,4 cm
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Par xpower le 17 février 2013
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La logique semble être à la base de tout. En fait rien de compliquer lorsque tout est bien pensé ! Livre facile à lire ! Le technique ne l'est pas vraiment ! L'essentiel est facile à retenir n
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Both an enjoyable read and a disappointment. 25 janvier 2006
Par Real Name - Real Name - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is a mixed blessing. I have read a stack of investing texts over the last 10 years, and this is the first to introduce the concept of purchasing a stock on the basis of a calculable return, as one would any other investment such as a bond or T-bill. For this alone the book is worth reading.

It's also a very enjoyable read. I couldn 't put it down. However, part of what made it so rivetting was the promise that the author(s) will (1) teach me exactly how Warren determines which companies to buy, and (2) the later chapters would teach me in detail how to value a stock and determine what price to pay for it just as Warren does. Unfortunately, the first promise falls a little short, and the second promise proves to be a flat-out lie.

Problem 1: She tells us the math is so complex that she had to enlist the aid of a second author to help with that part of the book. But the math turns out to be junior high school level stuff. She shows us a couple of way theat one CAN attempt to calculate a reasonable price for a stock, but does NOT show us how Warren does it, nor does she show any current examples of how we can go about to a stock today.

Problem 2: The truth is, she doesn't know how to apply Warren Buffet's techniques, because if she did, she would have included at least one CURRENT example (at the time of printing). She would have chosen a stock and explained why it is a great investment and would have told us what price to pay for it, and would have shown how she made these determinations. After all, that is why we are interested in learning Warren's methods, so we can buy excellent investments TODAY. Merely showing us how much money he made on some stock he bought 20 years ago doesn't prove that she knows HOW he did it. There are a number of companies which she describes as great, but beyond that she drops the ball. Of course, if she had presented a concrete, current application of the method she describes, then she would be forever accountable. We would be able to quantify her success or lack thereof. But she conveniently prevented this.

Problem 3: The book is full of fluff. No doubt she was coached by the publisher to thicken the book. She repeats things over and over. There is even one chapter that literally repeats one paragraph of information a dozen times, which will make your head spin and your jaw drop in dismay. And the further one gets into the book, the more prevalent is the fluff.

Problem 4: She completely overlooks free cash flow, which everyone knows is a key criteria that Mr. Buffet looks at.

Problem 5: She tends to talk down to the reader.

My advice: The book is worth a read, but buy it used, or get the cheapest version available. But don't expect to be able to do what Warren does after reading it.

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Ex-Buffett on Buffett 16 janvier 2004
Par Thomas Mongle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Probably the best of the Buffett books. Mary isn't part of the Buffett gang anymore, so she doesn't have anything to protect, just plenty to tell.
Mary Buffett and David Clark spell out Buffett's methodology as well as anybody. But once you get into the meat of the book, you realize that Buffett had (and has) a lot of advantages over most other investors. That, in and of itself, doesn't take away from the genius behind the method, just that you aren't going to approximate his returns without a lot of luck.
Particularly interesting is that many of his "great" purchases were made either when the market had momentarily beaten down a good company, or when the market in general was on the ropes. Both situations recall the sage advice to "buy when blood is running in the streets." Sadly, most investors are usually loaded up with stocks (and paper losses) and without the wherewithal to buy more when these panics hit.
That's where Buffett's business strategy comes in. By investing heavily in insurance companies early and often, he's the beneficiary of a steady stream of cash, ready to be put to use whenever the opportunity presents itself.
The authors' advice to mimic Buffett in seeking out consumer "monopolies" with intangible assets is good; "an unregulated monopoly that the world hasn't recognized yet," as they say. However, thousands of Wall Street's brightest are hard at work all day and into the night looking for those same jewels. So you'll have plenty of competition.
Two problems arise from this type of book. The first is that the assumptions made about the expected growth of earnings/dividends over the course of the next 10 years can easily go astray. The business environment is changing rapidly. Long-range predictions haven't held up well recently (and frequently don't). The second problem is one of practicality. Do you actually have the resources and time to do the footwork that a Buffett or a Peter Lynch can do? If so, then maybe you'll be the next superstar. Otherwise, you'll have to find an easier way of going after that 20+% return year after year.
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Better than it seems to some 10 février 2003
Par James H. McDuffie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Although I agree with some reviewers about the origin of the book I believe it should be judged by its merits rather than by whether or not Mary Buffett is capitalizing on her relationship with Buffet's son. The book makes a great deal of sense actually and I have made a great deal of money in the stock market using methods almost identical to those espoused in the book.
However, the authors fail to explain why low debt, high return on equity companies are so attractive. They dance around but never hit the correct answer. This makes me wonder if they really understand it. For the reader's future reference, once this simple fact is truly understood the investor is on his or her way to understanding investment. Another difficulty is that there are mathematical errors in the book and simplistic mathematical calculations. But the errors induced thereby are not large and no one seems to realize that the calculations are just a poor man's replacement for calculus. As someone with a extensive mathematical background I find this perfectly acceptable. Quite frankly, I have never needed more than simple algebra to understand investments anyhow so restricting the reader to this is good. Also, some sections of the book wander about somewhat aimlessly trying to explain rather simple concepts. I just think the authors don't have a quantitative background. As I said above that is ok but these concepts can be explained better in words than they are in the book.
Finally, other reviewers are correct. Mary Buffett using Warren said this and Warren said that etc. throughout the book grates after a very few pages.
But in the final analysis the book is worth the time and effort. It is actually an attempt to make a basic valuation theory available to the masses so to speak and it does a very good job of this. The book is definitely worth reading for those just starting out and in particular for those who think they understand investment but really don't. I will leave it to the reader's discernment as to who those individuals are.
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Best Investing Book I've Read 1 octobre 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I've read Robert Hagstrom's "The Warren Buffett Portfolio", Ben Graham's "The Intelligent Investor", James O'Shaughnessy's "What Works on Wall Street", and Peter Lynch's "One Up On Wall Street". "Buffettology" is better than all of them combined. It tells you Warren's basic investment strategies AND the mathematics to calculate what is and isn't a good buy. It goes far beyond just P/E ratios and ROE.

Before I bought the book, I wondered if maybe Mary Buffett didn't really know Warren's investment strategies and was just using her name to sell books. I was wrong. She goes into great detail about how he picks stocks. Far more detail than is in Hagstrom's book or in BRK's Annual Reports (but those are good sources too).
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Want to learn from Warren Buffett? Read Warren Buffett 26 mars 2005
Par Value Seeker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Some people writing reviews of this book have criticised Mary Buffett for cashing in on her former relationship to Warren Buffett. I don't have a problem with that. Everyone who has written a book about Buffett has done it to make money. What I found interesting about this book was that Mary Buffett has not included a single example of her using the information in this book to buy a company's shares in the stock market and make money. Mary Buffett doesn't provide the name of one company she made money on - or her reasoning behind buying it. We all know Warren Buffett can make money in the stock market. Mary Buffett doesn't show us that by using the information in her book she has ever made a dime.

The book is written for a reading level of about junior high school. The book might be helpful to someone that age just getting interested in investing. If a parent has a child that age getting interested in the stock market, this might be an OK present. There is some good information in chapter 16 on the characteristics of excellent businesses and in chapter 18 on where to find information on companies that have shares listed on stock exchanges. A key point made in the book is that there are two separate parts to successfully investing in the stock market: 1) identifying excellent businesses 2) after you have found several excellent businesses buying shares of any of these companies ONLY at times when their shares are trading at low bargain prices.

Warren Buffett's company is Berkshire Hathaway. The best place to learn about Warren Buffett is the Berkshire website. It's free. The quality of the man's writing on business and the stock market (almost) matches his skill as an investor. If you are really interested in learning about investing you will appreciate and enjoy reading Warren Buffett's letters to shareholders posted for free on the Berkshire website far more than this book.
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