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
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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