- Warren Buffett’s annual report is an important read for those interested in investing.
- Buffett’s letters have stood out for decades because of their honesty and humor.
- When writing, Buffett uses transparency, simple language, and anecdotes to make his point.
Warren Buffett didn’t become the most successful investor in America simply by being sharp in finance and economics – he’s also a brilliant communicator.
In his most recent letter to investors, the Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO demonstrated how transparency, earnest commentary, and a little bit of humor helps him clearly communicate his thoughts.
The letter is part of his company’s annual report and is highly influential in the finance world. Buffett has been writing to Berkshire shareholders for more than 50 years, and penned annual missives to investors in his Buffett Partnership before that.
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