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3 Things Investors Can Learn From Warren Buffett

Whether you’re new to the market or not, there’s a lot to learn from Berkshire Hathaway’s leader.

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Would you take investing advice from someone who was rejected by Harvard Business School, plays bridge for 12 hours each week, and drinks over 60 ounces of Coca-Cola daily? What if I told you that same person is Warren Buffett?

Warren Buffett is the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A)/(BRK.B). Buffett, age 90, is a phenomenon when it comes to investing. Even though Berkshire today is among the 10 largest public companies in the world, it did not start as a diversified holding company. It was founded as a textile manufacturing company and largely remained one until Buffett and his investment firm took control in 1965. Since then, Buffett has expanded the business into other industries and acquired companies to make Berkshire Hathaway the successful conglomerate it is today.

Keonhee Kim does not own (actual or beneficial) shares in any of the securities mentioned above. Find out about Morningstar’s editorial policies.