- La inversión es como el béisbol. Espere a la bola correcta.
- Tiene éxito sólo con tener una buena idea al año.
- El error principal de la mayoría de los inversores es tradear en el corto plazo con las noticias.
- Él dice que el futuro de Estados Unidos es tan brillante como siempre.
“Warren Buffett is one of the richest men in the world. His company, Berkshire Hathaway, owns or has a stake in over 70 businesses such as Coca Cola, IBM, and American Express. But this is no ordinary billionaire. He’s giving 99 percent of his wealth to charity and he thinks rich people should pay higher taxes.
“Person to Person” take you to where Buffett’s mega deals are done. His private office in Omaha, Neb., is as unconventional as the man himself.
WARREN BUFFETT: Charlie, Lara — I’m glad to have you here at world headquarters. (LAUGHS)
CHARLIE ROSE: Why Omaha for you?
WARREN BUFFETT: Well, you know, I was born here. I’ve always been happy here. II’ve lived various other places — Washington D.C., New York. …It’s home. And I live five minutes from here. I’ve lived in the same house for 53 years. I’ve been in this building for 50 years. My car just automatically drives back and forth (LAUGHS). If I try to take it anyplace else, it won’t go.”