I’ve been a shareholder of Berkshire Hathaway Inc (BRK) for years now.

Since 1964, Buffett and Munger transformed BRK from a failed manufacturer of textile products to one of the world’s most valuable corporations with a market capitalization of US$ 784 billion presently. In those 50+ years, BRK had achieved a compound annual gain of 19.8%. Such an amazing feat had positioned Buffett and Munger to be living legends among investors worldwide.

As a shareholder, I read BRK’s annual letters to:

– Pick Buffett’s brains on investing.
– Keep abreast of BRK’s latest financial results.
But to be honest, BRK is not the easiest to be assessed as the company is now a mammoth that has a huge diverse collection of sound businesses and brands.

Therefore, Ian Tai, my Partner and Co-Founder of Growth Vault presented a case study on BRK to share how we could:

– Understand its Business Model
– Assess its Financials like a Pro
– Value its Shares with 3 Key Metrics

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    2 replies to "How Growth Investors Assess Berkshire Hathaway Inc (BRK)"


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