: 8 Unusual Things I Learned from Warren Buffett

A superbly written article by James Altucher the author of ‘Trade Like Warren Buffett”, in forbes about the eight unusual things he learned from Warren Buffett. Begins with his visit to Omaha to attend the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting, James Altucher talk about the Dicipline of Warren, his worst investment mistake – Sinclair gas station he bought in 1951 with a friend of his with whihc he lost he lost $2000, when his savings was about $9600 at the time – another interesting fact he learned about Buffett that he once have rejected from Harward Business School to admit as a student.

Buffett was a victim of reverse anti-Semitism. Becuase he was not Jewish, his teacher Graham once rejected his interest to work for him.

Another point, Altucher describes the will power of Warren Buffett and the apetitie of achieving goals. A real story explains this in a better way. Again, a little known truth about Buffett in picture, The SEC investigated Buffett in 1974-1976 for manipulating penny stocks.At the 7th point, James revealing some of Buffett’s habits. He never own a desktop in this table. Don’t have a cell phone and plays bridge 12 hours in a week.finally, he found how buffet evaluate success from his own words: ““I measure success by how many people love me. And the best way to be loved is to be loveable.”

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