Warren Buffett’s Favorite Life Insurance CompanyRupert Hargreaves
At the end of 1951, a young Warren Buffett penned an article for the Commercial and Financial Chronicle titled, The Security I Like Best. This article profiled a little-known company called GEICO, which was at the time the young investor’s most substantial shareholding.
Following this initial article, over the next decade, Buffett wrote four more pieces on the cheap stocks he liked, giving us a great insight into the young Buffett’s investing . . .
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