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J.K. Lasser's Pick Stocks Like Warren Buffett
BY Warren Boroson
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April 15th comes once a year. But the new tax laws will change the way we save and plan our financial affairs all year-round. That's why J.K. Lasser provides a comprehensive library of smart financial planning and investing advice for all your needs-for tax season and beyond. J.K. Lasser's(TM) Your Income Tax 2002 and J.K. Lasser's(TM) Year-Round Tax Strategies 2002 give early planners a head start on understanding the new tax regulations and preparing for filing the return on April 15th. And Lasser's personal finance guides help you make the most of your money from every angle. Consider it total care for your wealth and financial well-being, 365 days a year.
WARREN BOROSON is a syndicated financial columnist with the (Morristown) Daily Record, a Gannett newspaper, in New Jersey. He also answers mutual fund questions at AllExperts.com. Boroson was a senior financial editor at Sylvia Porter's Personal Finance Magazine and a staff writer for Money magazine. Among the twenty-two books he has written are The Ultimate Mutual Fund Guide and How to Buy a House with No (or Little) Money Down. He teaches courses on Warren Buffett and mutual funds at the New School University in New York City.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Introduction: What Investors Can Learn from Warren Buffett.
1. It's Easy to Invest like Warren Buffett.
2. The Achievement of Warren Buffett.
3. Buffett: A Life in the Stock Market.
4. The Influence of Benjamin Graham.
5. The Influence of Philip Fisher.
6. How Value and Growth Investing Differ.
7. Buffett's 12 Investing Principles.
8. Don't Gamble.
9. Buy Screaming Bargains.
10. Buy What You Know.
11. Do Your Homework.
12. Be a Contrarian.
13. Buy Wonderful Companies.
14. Hire Good People.
15. Be an Investor, Not a Gunslinger.
16. Be Businesslike.
17. Admit Your Mistakes and Learn from Them.
18. Avoid Common Mistakes.
19. Don't Overdiversify.
20. Quick Ways to Find Stocks That Buffett Might Buy.
21. William J. Ruane of Sequoia.
22. Robert Hagstrom of Legg Mason Focus Trust.
23. Louis A. Simpson of GEICO.
24. Christopher Browne of Tweedy, Browne.
25. Martin J. Whitman of the Third Avenue Funds.
26. Walter Schloss of Walter & Edwin Schloss Associates.
27. Robert Torray of the Torray Fund.
28. Edwin D. Walczak of Vontobel U.S. Value.
29. James Gipson of the Clipper Fund.
30. Michael Price of the Mutual Series Fund.
31. A Variety of Other Value Investors.
32. Putting Everything Together.
Appendix 1. Wanted: Cheap, Good Companies.
Appendix 2. Berkshire Hathaway's Subsidiaries (2000).
Appendix 3. Quotations from the Chairman.
Appendix 4. "65 Years on Wall Street".
Appendix 5. Martin Whitman on Value Versus Growth.
Appendix 6. A Weekend with the Wizard of Omaha: April 2001.
Appendix 7. "If You Own a Good Stock, Sit on It."-Phil Carret.