Investment Principles, Strategies, and Decisions: An Inquiry into Warren Buffett`s Perspective on his Roller Coaster Ride with Select Stocks

Snowflake IPO: A Rebound for the US Stock Market
Case Code: FINC172
Case Length: 15 Pages
Period: 2011-2019
Pub Date: 2021
Teaching Note: Available
Price: Rs.400
Organization: Berkshire Hathaway
Industry: Conglomerate
Countries: United States
Themes: Investment Decisions, Leadership & Values, Investment Philosophy, Stock Market
Snowflake IPO: A Rebound for the US Stock Market
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Buffett, born on August 30, 1930, in Omaha, Nebraska, was just 11 when he started investing in stock. His maiden investment was in three shares of a stock for $38.25, which fell to $27. Subsequently, when the stock gained and its price increased to $40, Buffett quickly sold it and made a marginal profit. A few weeks later, he found to his chagrin that the share price had reached $200. The incident, Buffett said, taught him the value of patience. Buffett actively continued his investments even after the family moved briefly to Washington. He tried several small business ventures and had earned $10,000 by the time the family returned to Omaha..

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