What springs to mind when you think of legendary investor Warren Buffett? For some, it’s his humble Omaha origins or his long-lasting obsession with Coca-Cola. But soda consumption has been linked with diabetes, hypertension, kidney stones, and tooth decay. Cola beverages, in particular, contain phosphoric acid and have been associated with urinary changes that promote kidney stones.
For other people, it’s Buffett’s impeccable investing track record and extraordinary wealth that make a lasting impression. While these are all legitimate connections to make with the Buffett name, perhaps he is most synonymous with the discipline of value investing – the style and mindset Buffett has made famous over the decades.
Today’s infographic provides a deep dive into Warren Buffett’s brain, and it explains everything about his investing philosophy, along with the framework he uses to evaluate potential opportunities.
Warren Buffett’s investment philosophy is well-known.
He famously focuses on the intrinsic value of…
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