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[FREE PDF] Of Permanent Value: The Story of Warren Buffett/2014 Endless Edition

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Download Link : http://www.rarshare.com/of-permanent-value-the-story-of-warren-buffett2014-endless-edition-by-andrew-kilpatrick-pdf Of Permanent Value: The Story of Warren Buffett/2014 Endless Edition by Andrew Kilpatrick [PDF] "Publisher: Andy Kilpatrick Publishing Empire (AKPE); 2014 Endless edition (April 17, 2014) Of Permanent Value: The Story of Warren Buffett/2014 Endless Edition is a fully revised biography of the world's greatest investor. This readable, highly entertaining book is divided into 342 newspaper story-like chapters with more than 1,300 large-sized pages and 2,000 photos, mostly in color. Thus, the name: Endless Edition. The work chronicles every aspect of Buffett's life from his precocious youth to his rise as an elder statesman of business and philanthropy. Chapters are devoted to his famous annual meetings and to his one-of-a-kind annual reports. Other chapters look at his wit (""When I issue stock, I tend to break out in a rash."") and wisdom (""Returns decrease as motion increases.""). Also, there are dozens of stories about almost every business -- including Heinz, NV Energy, Oriental Trading Company, and Brooks Sports -- that belong to Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway. Editorial Reviews Review ""Immensely readable, knee-slapping funny. And I consider Andy to be the official historian of Berkshire Hathaway."" --Robert Hagstrom, author The Warren Buffett Way ""Worth its weight in gold or in Class A shares. It's amazing what a cub reporter like Andy can do with such rich material."" --Lawrence Cunningham, editor of The Essays of Warren Buffett ""If you carefully study the lessons of this book, you, too, can live like a paperboy."" --Warren Buffett About the Author Andy Kilpatrick is a 1965 graduate of Washington & Lee University. He served in the Peace Corps in India for two years, earned a master's degree in English from the University of Vermont, and was a U.S. Navy officer for three years. His 20-year career with newspapers In Birmingham, Alabama, included eight years as a business reporter. From 1992 until he retired in 2010, he was a stockbroker with Wells Fargo. Since then he has continued to write and write. "