Buffett's Tips A Guide to Financial Literacy and Life

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Sinopsis

Warren Buffett is often described as the greatest investor of all time. Beginning in the late 1950s with a $100 investment, he built an investment empire and became one of the wealthiest people ever—without losing his sense of humor. Around the world, people of all ages study Buffett's example, trying to follow in his footsteps to achieve financial independence and wealth. There's no secret to Buffett's success—he regularly tells everything he knows to the media and to his company's shareholders. But he has never written it all down in an easily accessible guide.



In Buffett's Tips: A Guide to Financial Literacy and Life award-winning professor John M. Longo sorts through the mountain of advice that Buffett has given over the years and distills it down into 100 easy-to-understand lessons. Everything young (and old!) people need to know about finance is in this book. From the different types of bank accounts to the basics of investing and risk management, this book teaches listeners how to live healthy financial lives.



Not only is he one of the richest people in the history of the world, Warren Buffett is a happy person who lives an ethical life. In this book, listeners will find nuggets of Buffett wisdom on everything from where to go to college to what kind of cars to drive and how to be well liked among employees and friends.

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