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Off the Shelf: Incomplete Analysis
Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, is arguably one of the most talented investors of his time. Ordinary investors everywhere strive to imitate his legendary stock-picking capabilities, which consistently lead to outperformance. So what makes him tick? Tren Griffin, a senior director at technology giant Microsoft, attempts to
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