Publisher: Simon and Schuster, 2008, 202 pages
Buffett and Clark clearly outline Warren Buffett's strategies in a way that will appeal to newcomers and seasoned Buffettologists alike. Inspired by the seminal work of Buffett's mentor, Benjamin Graham (The Interpretation of Financial Statements, 1937), this book presents Buffett's interpretation of financial statements with anecdotes and quotes from the master investor himself.
Once readers complete and master Buffett's simple financial calculations and methods for interpreting a company's financial statement, they'll be well on their way to identifying which companies are going to be tomorrow's winners — and which will be the losers they should avoid at all costs.
Destined to become a classic in the world of investment books, Warren Buffett and the Interpretation of Financial Statements is the perfect companion volume to The New Buffettology and The Tao of Warren Buffett.
This is a plain overview of financial statements and what each segment means. What you'll learn in Finance 101…, but with references to Warren Buffett from a former daughter-in-law that uses his name to profit from basic books.
Anyone that feels this is giving them any insight into Warren Buffett and his investment strategy, deserves to loose his/her money! Not that the desciptions are off or bad: they are not. But they have nothing to do with the title and the promises on the book cover.
There are better books, avoid it.