Mr. Buffett is best known as a value investor -- and a wildly successful one. He looks for undervalued, wide-moat businesses with easy-to-understand business models. He generally avoids high-flying technology stocks because of their rich valuations and uncertain futures. His patient, contrarian style has produced outstanding results at his holding company, Berkshire Hathaway, which has grown its per-share book value at an annualized 19.8% rate in the 47 years that Buffett has been at the helm.
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