Ronald W. Chan’s latest book, The Value Investors: Lessons from the World’s Top Fund Managers, is an excellent compilation of interviews with twelve highly successful value investors from very different backgrounds. Read this article for a brief review of the book.
What makes Warren Buffett a genius? Does he have unique mathematical abilities, business insights, or simply a temperament more suited for capital allocation than all other investors? These questions have intrigued observers for decades who are trying to understand what key factors account for Mr. Buffett’s unique investment track record. Read this article for Ronald Chan’s views on what makes Warren Buffett a great investor.