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The 5 Best Books on Warren Buffett

By reading articles (like this one), you can learn much about Warren Buffett and his investment style. Having said that, the information contained in fewer than 600 words doesn’t even begin to compare to the wealth of knowledge you can discover about the Oracle of Omaha in some of the books that have been written about him over the years.

With that in mind, here’s a reading list for those who want to learn more about how Warren Buffett became, well, Warren Buffett — along with a deeper dive into his investment methodologies.

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The Warren Buffett reading list

There have been plenty of books written about Buffett’s investing style, life story, and more. But there are a few that stand out in my mind as must-reads for anyone who wants to learn more about how Buffett became the leading value investor of all time.

  1. Buffett: The Making of an American Capitalist, by Roger Lowenstein

This is perhaps the best biography of Buffett ever written, and was originally published in 1995. Lowenstein discusses Buffett’s life in great detail and gives a fascinating account of how a boy from Nebraska became the most successful investor of all time. From his early life, to how Benjamin Graham became a mentor, to the humble beginnings of Buffett’s leadership of Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK-A) (NYSE:BRK-B), this is a can’t-miss for anyone interested in how Buffett became who he is.

  1. The Warren Buffett Way, by Robert G. Hagstrom

This is the best book describing Buffett’s investment strategies. Hagstrom discusses how he approaches business valuation, fixed-income investments, equity securities, and more. While Benjamin Graham’s books are often cited as the best books on investing by Buffett himself, there’s no better book to learn about how Buffett applies his investment philosophy than this one.

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