The Buffett Approach to Valuing Stocks


Much has been written about famed U.S. investor and Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett's investment style and successes. Preeminent among these writings are the oft-cited Berkshire Hathaway shareholder letters, written by the "Oracle of Omaha" himself. These informative letters have been the basis for a multitude of books. But even with an abundance of available information on "how to invest like Warren Buffett," it is apparent that something is lacking—how does Buffett determine an acceptable price for companies of interest? This spreadsheet accompanied an article which provides an example of the process Buffett is reported to go though to determine the intrinsic value of a publicly traded company.
Source: Graziadio Business Report | Steven R. Ferraro
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  1. Warren Buffett has an established reputation as a major investor, and he isn’t new to going after large targets. But when Coca-Cola shareholder David Winters said last week that he was concerned Mr Buffett would mount a takeover bid for the giant company, more than a few eyebrows were raised among analysts.

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