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Invest in the New Warren Buffett

Written by Charles Mizrahi
Posted April 11, 2017

If you lived in Omaha, Nebraska back in the late 1950s or early 1960s and knew a young man by the name of Warren Buffett, you may as well have won the lottery.

Dr. Carol Angle did.

In 1957, after hearing the 27-year-old Buffett speak, Dr. Angle and her husband Bill invested $10,000. Later, they increased their investment to $30,000 — roughly half their life savings.

A few decades later, that $30,000 investment had multiplied into a fortune of $300 million.

There are dozens of stories just like the Angles'.

In fact, according to a broker with an Omaha-based firm, there are at least 30 families with $100 million or more in stock of Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway... all because they were able to get in on Berkshire Hathaway BEFORE it exploded.

Like the family of Mildred and Donald Othmer, whose mother was a friend of the Buffett family.

She and her husband invested $25,000 in a Buffett partnership in the late 1950s... and saw it balloon to a value of more than $800 million.

Of course, there were others who didn't answer when Buffett knocked on their door.

Take Donald Keough, for instance.

The One That Got Away

Keough had a long and illustrious career as an executive, including a stint as CEO of Coca-Cola and time serving on the boards of The Washington Post Company, McDonald's Corp., and Columbia Pictures, among other great companies.

But back in the late 1950s, Keough was merely a young, 30-something executive at the Butter-Nut Coffee Company, living on Farnam Street in Omaha, Nebraska.

Keough's five children loved visiting the model train collection of the quirky neighbor from across the street, and they often spent time hanging around with their neighbor's three children.

But when that same neighbor — a young man by the name of Warren Buffett — offered to manage a modest $5,000 investment for the children's college fund, the young executive declined.

And in spite of his long, successful career, Keough's decision NOT to invest with a young Warren Buffett has haunted him ever since.

Keough had been quoted as saying:

My wife and I talked it over, but we didn't know what this guy even did for a living—how could we give him $5,000? We've been kicking ourselves ever since. I mean, if we had given him the dough, we could have owned a college by now.

I tell you the story of Dr. Carol Angle, the Othmer family, and, yes, even the regretful Donald Keough because right now — 50 years later — what happened to those early Berkshire investors is happening again.

I’d like to share with you the details of a company that looks remarkably similar to what Berkshire Hathaway looked like 50 years ago, when it was making huge double-digit returns.

You see, opportunity is knocking once again.

Only this time you can be a part of it.

You can either answer the door and invest in what could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, or you could be like Don Keough, who lived with the regret of that fateful investing mistake every day for more than five decades.

The decision is yours.

Click here.

All my best,

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Charles Mizrahi

Twitter: @IWPeditor

Charles cut his chops on the trading floor of the New York Futures Exchange before moving on to become a wildly successful money manager on Wall Street.

And with more than 35 years of recommending stocks under his belt, Charles has knocked the cover off the ball, compiling an amazing record of success and posting gain after gain for his loyal readers. He is the editor of Park Avenue Investment Club and the Insider Alert newsletters.

Charles is also the author of the highly acclaimed book, Getting Started in Value Investing.

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