Warren Buffet Essay

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ESTRATEGIAS DE DIRECCION FINANCIERA ALUMNO: ERWIN ORTEGA FLORESDR. JOSÉ RAUL CASTRO ESPARZA 07/11/2013REPORTE DEL CASO "WARREN E. BUFFET"Buffet es conocido por su adhesión al valor de inversión y por su filosofía de austeridad personal, a pesar de su inmensa riqueza. Su sueldo anual en 2006 fue de aproximadamente 100.000 dólares. Creó una sociedad limitada en su ciudad natal, usando capital de su familia y amigos. A medida que se iba conociendo su habilidad con las finanzas, más personas depositaban su confianza en él, dejando sus ahorros en manos de Buffet e incrementando su base de capital. Después de varios años, llegó a la conclusión de ...view middle of the document...

El genio de las finanzas y el hombre más rico del mundo apeló a una serie de reglas que le permitieron alcanzar el éxito. Buffett es un inversor que hizo su fortuna solamente comprando y vendiendo acciones y que hoy es la persona más influyente del mercado financiero estadounidense. El estilo de vida de Buffett y su trayectoria son una historia de éxito, diferente al del resto de los inversores. Éste estudia y modera en silencio hasta que encuentra el precio adecuado y una vez que compra, no vende. Podría ser aún más rico si hubiera roto alguna de sus propias reglas. Por ejemplo, se enorgullece de comprar y mantener compañías para siempre, y es lento para vender sus acciones. Eso le ha costado dinero a él y a sus accionistas. La cuota de 8.6% que tiene en Coca-Cola valía 17,600 MDD cuando llegó a su máximo en julio de 1998. Diez años más tarde está valuada en 10,670 MDD, y no ha vendido ni una sola acción.Mi opinión personal respecto a Warren Buffett es que es un ejemplo de cómo se puede lograr el éxito con persistencia y haciendo lo que nos gusta hacer. Sin duda alguna su futuro se vio influenciado por su pasado, especialmente porque su personalidad siempre tuvo un enfoque empresarial y de negocios, pero todos los conocimientos que lo llevaron al lugar que ocupa hoy en el mundo, es gracias a lo que aprendió en el camino, lo que le brindo la experiencia, las relaciones que hizo, las actitudes que supo mantener y las que supo mejorar, y por supuesto, que siempre fue una persona visionaria y estuvo enfocado en lo que quería.

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