Book Review: Even Buffett Isn't Perfect - What You Can and Can't Learn from the World's Greatest Investor by Vahan Janjigiancategories: Book, Investor, Investing, Stock Market, Business, Economics, Finance, Portfolio, Value Investing, Forbes, Warren Buffett
Author: Vahan Janjigian
Most Objective Buffett BookThis is the most objective Buffett book on the market. Some people think Buffett is the closest thing to God. But the author of this book shows that Buffett is human and makes mistakes. He claims Buffett is the greatest investor of all time, but he isn't afraid to point out his mistakes. Most of Buffett's mistakes have to do with policy issues. How many people realize that although Buffett says rich people should leave most of their estate to the government, he himself is avoiding doing so?
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