Warren Buffet Personality

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Warren Buffet has a net worth of $62 billion. He is currently the third richest person in the world, after Bill Gates and Amancio Ortega. He would have a net worth of $102 billion if he was not extremely charitable. Let us delve more into how the Oracle of Omaha has managed to amass all this wealth: Investment Buffet is the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., the 4th most valuable company in the U.S. It is the fifth publicly traded company worldwide. In the last 5 decades, it has grown from a textile firm into a company with a market capitalization of $300 billion. There were 47 equity holdings valued at around $109 billion. 60% are concentrated on the ‘big four’: Wells Fargo (23.2%), Coca-Cola (15.4%), American Express (12.9%), and IBM (11.3%)…show more content…
He has also invested in 3G Capital, which is a firm run by a number of billionaires in Brazil. He is involved in deals for Heinz, Tim Hortons, Kraft Foods, and Burger King. Buffet has a knack for investing in products that he likes to use. Because he liked Fruit of the Loom’s shirts and innerwear, he invested in the company. He recently invested in Trands Co., a Chinese firm because he loved a specific brand of suits. Buffet also has investments in renewable energy. He has invested $15 billion in solar and wind energy. His net worth got to $1 million when he was 30, something that he had predicted. It got to $1 billion when he was 56. He made $12.7 billion in 2013, which is an average of $37 million a day, and $1.5 million an hour. Buffet is a long term investor, making $62.7 billion after he turned 50, and $60 billion after turning
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