The Man Who Mentored Warren Buffett

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In the spring of 1951, a young student by the name of Warren Buffett entered a classroom at Columbia Business School. An avid reader, Buffett had spent many high school nights studying stocks, analyzing investments, and reading his favorite book — “The Intelligent Investor.”




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Wealth Management Professional, Occasional Writer

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