Warren Buffett, the famous American investor, is the best example for those who think that doing good deeds multiplies money.
Reuters reported that the wealthy man has donated another $4.64 billion worth of Berkshire Hathaway stock to five charities, increasing his total giving since 2006 to more than $51 billion.
With such amounts, anyone would think that the billionaire is running short of resources, but the truth is that the opposite is true, since Buffett is consolidated in the rankings and it has long been in the top ten of Forbes and Bloomberg.
As if that were not enough, the investor He is part of the select group of wealthy businessmen who have a fortune of more than $100,000 million dollars.despite their generous donations.
Until this day Buffett remains fine-tuned on his investments and generating millions.
According to Forbes, the fortune of the American amounts to $112.4 billion dollars today and they place it in position 6 on their list.
for his part Bloomberg ranks it in position 7, with $112 billion.
Buffett has gradually given away almost all of his fortune that he built at Berkshire, which he has run since 1965.
Also known as Obama’s oracle, he knows what money is and has a very particular perception on the subject, so much so that has decided to donate his fortune to charity and not leave massive amounts of inheritance for his loved ones.
“After much observation of super-rich families, here is my recommendation: leave the kids enough that they can do anything, but not enough that they can’t do anything”Buffett said at one point.
“I am delighted that my three children, now in their sixties, are involved in philanthropic endeavors that involve both money and time. More importantly, they are glad that they can be involved in helping others. They have their mother’s genes”, added the American millionaire.
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