The Essays of Warren Buffett: Lessons for Investors and Managers, 6th Edition
When Warren Buffett speaks, people worldwide listen. And with good reason: Buffett is the most successful investor-manager in history. He has set world records for achieving both high personal net worth, exceeding US$80 billion, and high corporate value for his holding company, Berkshire Hathaway, approaching US$600 billion. Time magazine lists Buffett as among the most influential people in the world—and he is.
According to Buffett, the best book collating his philosophy is The Essays of Warren Buffett by Lawrence A. Cunningham, the internationally renowned scholar and expert on Buffett and Berkshire. Through many updated editions dating to 1997, The Essays is the definitive account of Buffett’s approach to investing and management, consisting of a carefully curated and thematically organized compendium of Buffett’s original annual letters, along with Cunningham’s priceless commentaries.