To Shareholders

Unpublished Letters:


Recommended Readings:

10 Responses to To Shareholders

  1. Francis Tapon says:

    Thank you very much for offering the 1973 and 1976 Berkshire letters. I have been looking for the letters Buffett wrote from 1970 to 1976, so I am still missing 1970-1972, 1974-1975. Are they available anywhere on the internet?

    Thank you so much!

    Francis Tapon.

  2. I would like to see Warren’s moat classification of Berkshire Hathaway holding.

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  4. Ramesh says:

    Thanks for putting together this wonderful site. Do you have a copy of the 1956 letter to partners that Buffett wrote?


  5. John Hudson says:

    Hi. Very good info. I really enjoy the BH letters.
    Also the Labitan recap. I am trying to figure out how to value a business. I understand the idea that price and value and book value more then likely are three different figures; but, it seems to me that the discounted earnings, cash flow, or dividends concept could be nothing more then a wild assed guess. Any predicted figure is purely subjective, or so I think. Any thoughts??? Thanks. John Hudson.

  6. kyle says:

    Hello,Thx for sharing those with us,it’s really nice of u .
    But ,dont know y ,i cant download them,all the pdf files…Can u help me check it out ?

  7. Bud Labitan says:

    I am pleased to report that the Moats book is content complete. “Moats: The Competitive Advantages of Buffett and Munger Businesses” is now in its final editing phase. IBM was the last business added to the list, and that topped the list of at 70 interesting and competitive businesses.

    While Moats will not be finished in 2011. I am certain it will be finished in January or February and be available in Omaha for the 2012 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholders Meeting, Saturday,May 5th 2012. I hope we can all meet at the UNO College of Business Administration’s BRK weekend, Friday May 4th event.

    Thanks to all; especially to Phani Tej Adidam, Ph. D. and his students who helped push this project forward.

  8. Mohammad Nabeel Amjad says:

    Amazing collection, it actually represents the history of a great man. You have done a good job.
    Is there any site available where warren buffet detail history is available.

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