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Warren buffett.                        Earned 6,500 crore’s ruppes in one day

By Mistryprem 

Warren Buffett

$77.5B

Random fact: Hobbies include playing the ukulele and bridge.

Overview

Buffett is chairman and largest shareholder of Berkshire Hathaway, an Omaha, Nebraska-based investment company. Its assets include Geico, Clayton Homes and MidAmerican Energy, as well as stakes in Coca-Cola, American Express and Wells Fargo. The publicly traded company’s 52-year average annual return is 20.8 percent.

As of Aug. 6, 2017:

Last change +$462M (+0.6%)

YTD change +$4.33B (+5.9%)

Industry Diversified

Biggest asset BRK/A US Equity

Citizenship United States

Age 86

Wealth Self-made

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Relative Value

Warren Buffett’s net worth of $77.5B can buy …

61.2M

troy ounces of gold

1.48B

barrels of crude oil

… and is equivalent to …

0.417%

of the GDP of the United States

1.52%

of the total wealth of the 500 richest people in the world

19.6%

of the top 100 U.S. college endowments

1,227%

of the top 200 U.S. executives’ total awarded compensation

4.62%

of U.S. existing home sales

1,370,716

times the median U.S. household income

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Net Worth Summary

Cash Private asset Public asset Misc. liabilities

Confidence rating:

The majority of Buffett’s fortune is derived from an 18 percent economic interest in Berkshire Hathaway, a publicly traded investment company that returned 20.8 percent annually from 1965 through 2016, according to Berkshire’s annual report released Feb. 25, 2017. Buffett owns 282,611 Class A shares and 194,895 Class B shares, according to a July 10, 2017, SC 13D/A filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. 

The billionaire also directly owns more than 2 million shares of Wells Fargo, 2 million shares of Seritage Growth Properties, almost 900,000 shares of U.S. Bancorp and 9,000 shares of IBM, according to SEC filings.

In his 2011 annual shareholder’s letter, he said Berkshire represents “more than 98 percent” of his net worth. Based on the value of his Berkshire shares on Feb. 25, 2012 — the date of the letter — the value of his non-Berkshire investments was calculated to be between $500 million and $900 million. In a separate letter to U.S. Congressman Tim Huelskamp dated Oct. 11, 2011 Buffett said he had adjusted gross income of $62.9 million in 2010. Because Berkshire shares don’t pay dividends, the income implies non-Berkshire assets valued at about $500 million if he had investment returns of 13 percent.

A non-Berkshire stock portfolio of $533 million was calculated for 2010, consisting of $61 million in Wells Fargo stock he held directly at that time based on SEC filings and $472 million in cash representing undisclosed share holdings. The value of the cash figure has been adjusted since based on market performance, dividends, share purchases and taxes.

Buffett donates about 5 percent of his Berkshire stock to charity annually, mostly to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Since 2006 he has given stock worth more than $27.5 billion when gifted.

Debbie Bosanek, Buffett’s assistant, said he declined to comment.

Biography

Birthdate: 8/30/1930

Family: Married, 3 children

Education: 1951, Master’s Degree, Economics, Columbia University 1950, Bachelor’s Degree, University of Nebraska

Nebraska-born Warren Buffett demonstrated an early knack for making money, delivering newspapers and selling candy and magazines door-to-door. He bought his first stock a year after visiting the New York Stock Exchange at age 11, three preferred shares of Cities Service. In 1950, he applied to Columbia University after discovering that Benjamin Graham and David Dodd, authors of the book “The Intelligent Investor,” taught there. After getting a master’s degree in economics, he worked as a securities analyst and stockbroker before starting his own investment firm, Buffett Partners