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The ‘Next Warren Buffett’ Curse Isn’t Always Fatal

Via Bloomberg, interesting commentary on how many – such as crypto billionaire Sam Bankman-Fried couldn’t survive the comparison – but others who actually invest somewhat like the Berkshire Hathaway chairman fare better: A couple of months ago, crypto billionaire Sam Bankman-Fried was peering out from the cover of Fortune magazine above the words “The Next Warren Buffett?” Now he’s at […]

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Warren Buffett’s Protégé Is Building a Mini Berkshire

Courtesy of Wall Street Journal, a look at what some consider to be a Mini Berkshire: Tracy Britt Cool spent a decade working for Warren Buffett. She now wants to buy the kinds of companies that might have interested the famed investor 30 or 40 years ago. Those are businesses typically run by founders or […]

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‘The Chinese Warren Buffett’ Owns $245M Stake in Berkshire Hathaway

Via Business Insider, an article on how an investor hailed as ‘The Chinese Warren Buffett’ just revealed a $245 million stake in Berkshire Hathaway — and now counts Buffett’s company among his biggest bets: A longtime associate of Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger revealed a $245 million stake in Berkshire Hathaway this week. The purchase signals he has […]

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The Next Generation of Would-Be Buffetts

Courtesy of Barron’s, a look at the next generation of would-be Buffetts: Every generation puts its own spin on tradition. Recipes are adapted. Wedding ceremonies evolve. Vacation-photo slide shows become Instagram stories. And the era of traditional value investing, pioneered by Benjamin Graham as the U.S. was emerging from the Great Depression, has quietly undergone […]

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Global Buffetts

Via Ozy, a short list of some folks considered to be global Buffetts: 1. Guo Guangchang The 54-year-old businessman who’s often compared to Buffet is a bellwether in more ways than one. One of China’s richest men and biggest investors, he was briefly detained in 2015 amid fluctuations in financial markets. Six years later, Guo’s experience is increasingly […]

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Apollo-Athene: The New Berkshire Hathaway?

Courtesy of The Financial Times, an article on the $30bn merger of the private equity firm and the insurer that some liken to Berkshire Hathaway: When Expedia boss Peter Kern dialled into an earnings call last May, hotels were closed, flights were grounded and the new chief executive of the world’s biggest travel agency had […]

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About This Blog And Its Author
Global Buffetts is dedicated to compiling a compendium of elite international money managers & investors.  While the U.S. is indeed home to a number of world-class financiers, the rapid economic development and dynamic rise of financial acumen around the world has changed the playing field in the past decades.  There are now a number of global "Buffetts" plying their trade & demonstrating their expertise in their own markets.  Often, however, there is little written about such individuals as most popular media is focused on the big names in U.S. investing.  This personal interest blog is one individual's attempt to uncover other elite money managers from around the world.

Educated at Yale University (Bachelor of Arts - History) and Harvard (Master in Public Policy - International Development), Monty Simus has lived, worked, and traveled in more than forty countries spanning Africa, China, western Europe, the Middle East, South America, and Southeast & Central Asia, and his personal interests comprise economic development, policy, investment, technology, natural resources, and the environment, with a particular focus on globalization’s impact upon these subject areas.  Monty writes about frontier investment markets at and geopolitical pressures in the global agricultural sector at