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Despite holding positions of Professor of Investment and Professor of Corporate Finance, Glen Arnold concluded that academic life was not nearly as much fun (nor as intellectually stimulating) as making money in the markets. As a wealthy investor in his fifties, he now spends most of his time running his equity portfolio from an office in the heart of rural Leicestershire, far from the noise of ... Read more on Glen Arnold
Great lessons for life, as well as investment. John Chatfeild-Roberts, Jupiter Fund Management
Useful history and lucid investment analysis. Lawrence A. Cunningham, Editor, The Essays of Warren Buffett
Buffett followers will welcome this addition to the already huge Buffett bibliography. Arnold s book will be even more illuminating to investors who are in search of an overarching rationale for their investing decisions. Brenda Jubin, ValueWalk
While scores of books have been written about Warren Buffett, Prof. Arnold has created a work from which anyone interested in Saga of Omaha - and investing in general - can learn something new. The author provides great insights into the thinking behind each major deal, how Buffett crafted his own investment style and how numerous colleagues and friends helped him along the way. For any investor keen to learn how to repeat Buffett's success this is a must read. Richard Gill, CFA, Master Investor magazine
It's a fabulous book if you really want to learn and see the thinking of Mr Buffett .... go get it right now. Moe Ansari, MarketWatch
It's a fabulous book if you really want to learn and see the thinking of Mr Buffett .... go get it right now.
Buffett followers will welcome this addition to the already huge Buffett bibliography. Arnold’s book will be even more illuminating to investors who are in search of an overarching rationale for ...Read more
Jonathan Davis interviews Glen Arnold for Money Makers
In the latest Money Makers podcast I talk to prolific investment author Glen Arnold about his new book The Deals of Warren Buffett, in which ...
Reading the Markets
Arnold set out to discover why Buffett chose the companies he invested in and what lessons individual investors can learn from Buffett’s decisions. Volume 1 of The Deals of Warren Buffett (Harriman ...Read more
How Warren Buffett went from an initial $120 to his first $100mRead more
Jeremy Prescott, Private Investor
Glen Arnold is the author of the UK’s best-selling investment book, The Financial Times Guide to Investment, and many others. After a successful academic career with a research focus on “What ...Read more
If you want to learn about his investments, check out Glen Arnold’s new book, The Deals of Warren Buffett: Volume 1, The First $100m.
... Arnold’s book helpfully summarizes Buffett’s thought ...
While scores of books have been written about Warren Buffett, Prof. Arnold has created a work from which anyone interested in Saga of Omaha - and investing in general - can learn something new. The ...Read more
Bloomberg Daybreak host, Markus Karlsson said, "I really enjoyed the book."Read more
Warren Buffett, ESG and the end of cash: This year's best Xmas reads
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This is very readable and is a nice balance between analysis and investing lessons, so well worth picking up.Read more
(Bloomberg) -- The principles which Warren Buffett adheres to remain sound and continue to defend his position as the enigmatic success story on Wall Street, says Glen Arnold, Author of "The Deals of ...Read more
Informed Choice Radio
Did you know it took the world’s greatest investor, Warren Buffett, nearly four decades to make his first $100m?
My guest on the podcast today is Glen Arnold, author of The Deals of Warren ...
Book of the week: Analysing Buffett’s deals
The real strength of the book is the way vital information for each deal is systematically laid out, including the dates and returns. Arnold carefully ...
A new book looks at the early days of Buffett’s extraordinary investment career and provides a useful guide for investors like family offices looking to build a lucrative -and satisfying - ...Read more
.... He let emotion influence an investment decision ... He underestimated customer loyalty ... He relied too much on quantitative criteria ... He moved too slowly to cut his losses.
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Glen Arnold is an investor and the author of “The Deals of Warren Buffett Vol 1: The First $100 Million.”
Warren Buffett famously consumes five cans of Coke a day. However, he drank Pepsi for nearly 50 years, and only switched sodas because an old neighbor intervened, Glen Arnold wrote in "The Deals of ...Read more