Berkshire Hathaway Letters to Shareholders

Berkshire Hathaway Letters to Shareholders

Review Berkshire Hathaway Letters to Shareholders 



Warren Buffett, a marked person in the trading industry, publicly shares his letters to the shareholders when he was still manning Berkshire Hathaway. This act is his way of sharing his strategies and practices to the business world. 

This book compiles all Buffett’s letters and serves as a blueprint for the entrepreneur’s guide to success. Get a copy of this book and hear straight from one of the most decorated traders in history. 

About the Author

Warren Buffett has an impressive resume as a business entrepreneur. He is regarded by many as one of the most successful investors in the world. Aside from being a business tycoon, Buffet is a philanthropist and an investor. The December 2019 report of the richest persons in the world stated that Warren Buffet has a total net worth of $88.9 billion, the fourth richest person alive!

Table of Contents

Buffett’s book contains the following contents:

  • Introduction
  • Performance Chart


  • Corporate Genealogy
  • Goodwill and its Amortization
  • Memo to Managers
  • Berkshire – Past, Present, and Future, Warren Buffett
  • Vice Chairman’s Thoughts – Past and Future, Charlie Munger
  • Supplements
  • 1951 – The Security I Like Best: GEICO
  • 1953 – The Security I Like Best: Western Insurance
  • 1967 – National Indemnity Purchase
  • 1975 – Pensions 
  • 1978 – Diversified Retailing Manager
  • 1980 – Illinois National Bank Spinoff Letter
  • 1983 – Nebraska Furniture Mart Purchase Letter
  • 2001 – 9/11 Letter to Managers