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Warren Buffet's Investment Techniques

This image is originally part of the article Warren Buffet's "Snowball Investing" - Applying The Simple Rule Of Compounding Interest

Buying considerable amounts of shares of stocks of a company gives you an opportunity to either sit as board of director, be elected as the company president, or work your way up until you become the company’s chief executive officer (CEO). With Warren Buffet having a large stake in the companies that he had bought stocks from, he has control now on how to turn these companies around by sheer force of managerial will, wit, genius, and influence. This is what he did to Berkshire Hathaway, GEICO, the Washington Post, and General Re, and many others. Although some setbacks prevented him from maximizing the respective earning potentials of some of these companies, his track record definitely cemented his place as one of the richest man in the world.

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