Warren Buffet Annual Report
Discuss about Warren Buffet is the largest shareholder,
Re: Warren Buffet Annual Report
Warren Buffet is the largest shareholder, chairman as well as the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway,
an American Corporation that has invested heavily in American companies and other private
In his report to the shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway Incorporation in March 2014 for the
shareholders report for the financial period ending March 2013, Warren Buffet highlighted the
achievement of the Berkshire Hathaway Inc. The information on the achievement of Berkshire
Incorporation is well presented in the annual report by Warren Buffet and he accurately justifies
all the figures relating to the financial period the figures are relating to. Berkshire’s net worth in
the year 2013 increased by $34.2 billion. These investments largely related to the increase in
stock ownership in several companies and the earnings made in companies that Berkshire Inc has
some interest. These companies included Coca Cola, IBM, American Express and Wells Fargo
among other companies. Warren Buffet also has interest in many other sectors like the coal
industry, tobacco, renewable energy and also in media fraternity.
The shrewdness of Warren Buffet in business matters that have directly contributed to his
success in most of his business operations can be traced to his upbringing, training and
experience acquired in his early life. His exemplary marketing skills and knowledge of the stock
exchange transactions have impacted positively to the growth of his business empire that
currently ranks him among the world’s wealthiest people. ( Tavakoli , 2008)
To conclude, for one to be successful the major character or skill that comes out clearly in
Warren Buffet Life is his ability to make decisions when to invest especially in the stock market
where the fluctuations in stock prices can mean the difference between making profits or losses.
You must be hardworking, dedicated and at times even ruthless.
Tavakoli , J.M. (2008) Dear Mr. Buffett: what an investor learns 1,269 miles from Wall Street ,
John Wiley and Sons.