Warren Buffett’s big tip for success: read, read and read

The Sage of Omaha believes that constant reading compounds knowledge, and that it’s an investment which yields dividends over time

14th May, 2017
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Warren Buffett freely admits that he failed to understand Google’s business model Picture: Getty

Warren Buffett has a problem. In fact, the world’s fourth richest person has billions of them. With a cash war-chest approaching $100 billion sitting in Berkshire Hathaway, the investment vehicle he has controlled for decades, Buffett says he has no place to spend it due to an overvalued market.

It’s a distinctly First World problem to have and last weekend, in excess of 30,000 mostly loyal shareholders gathered in Omaha, Nebraska for Berkshire’s 2017...

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