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Warren Buffett
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Financier
    (August 30, 1930- )
    Son of a stockbroker and Congressman
    Attended the University of Pennsylvania
    Transferred to the University of Nebraska
    Attended Columbia University and studied under famous investors Ben Graham and David Dodd
    Graduated and worked at his father's brokerage
    Married Susie Thompson (1952-2005, her death)
    Founded Buffett Associates Ltd. (1956)
    By 1966, its assets had grown 1,156%
    Bought a stake in Berkshire Hathaway, eventually owning 49%
    Became Chairman of the Board (1970)
    Personal net worth exceeded $3.8 billion (1989)
    Berkshire Hathaway stock peaked at $80,000 per share during the 90s
    Net worth is $43 billion, making him the 2nd richest person in the world after Bill Gates (2004)
    Ability to predict market trends has earned him the nickname 'Oracle of Omaha'
    Owns stakes in dozens of companies including Coca-Cola, American Express, the Washington Post, Wells Fargo, Geico, and Dairy Queen
    He owns 11 copies of the same suit.
    He was married to Susan Thompson but lives with her friend Astrid Menks (to make it even stranger, they were all close friends and hang out together frequently), until Susie's death in 2005.
    He drinks 15 cans of Coca-Cola a day.
    He still lives in his old house (which he bought before becoming wealthy.)
    He makes billions of dollars every year but doesn't have much use for the money.
    He missed the investment opportunities of the dot-com frenzy.
    He refused to give stock tips to his friends while running Buffett Associates.
    He worked so many newspaper routes that by age 17, he had made the equivalent of $42,610 in today's dollars.
    He earned his entire fortune.
    His will stipulates that 99% of his wealth will be distributed to 'good causes.'
    While studying in Pennsylvania, he often found that he knew more than his professors.
    He isn't an ostentatious spender and keeps most of his money locked up in Berkshire Hathaway stock.
    He is a big fan of airplanes.
    He created an organized program that sent money to charities designated by shareholders based on the number of shares they owned.
    He graduated from high school in only 3 years.
    At 6 years of age, he started buying products and reselling them for a profit.
    He can calculate huge numbers in his head, a feat noted by most people who meet him.
    He keeps his private life out of the media.
    He said that 'Risk comes from not knowing what you're doing.'

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