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Moats

The Competitive Advantages of Buffett and Munger Businesses
Autor: Bud Labitan
Sprecher: Jeffrey A. Hering
Spieldauer: 11 Std. und 29 Min.
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This may be the best business book that describes the competitive advantages of profitable businesses. Moats describes the nature of 70 selected businesses purchased by Buffett and Munger for Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Moats is a very useful resource for investors, managers, and students of business. Since its subject matter has proven success, Moats may become a useful practical text in businesses schools around the world. Moats also looks at the sustainability of these competitive advantages in each of the 70 chapters.

©2014 Cesar M. Labitan, Jr. (P)2015 Cesar M. Labitan, Jr.

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Please buy something else

There are great books on Warren Buffett, such as the Warren Buffett way, Buffettology, tap dancing to work, the essays of Warren Buffett, and the snow ball. These are all very good, and if you have not read and re-read them, the Warren Buffett Way more than 3-4 times, there is no reason at all to buy this book other than getting a list of Berkshire portfolio companies and a copy paste of their respective websites "about us" page. Seriously. This is absolute junk, coasting on the popularity of Buffett. Please spend your 11 hours reading something great, rather than some crap. Read a great book instead.