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Today, The Motley Fool Singapore is proud to announce the launch of our Motley Essence of Warren.
Have you ever wondered why Warren Buffett is so successful?
It’s not because he is smarter than you or I. It’s not even because he is older and more experienced than you and I put together. Instead, it’s because he breathes a different air to you and I.
Omaha air is renowned for helping investors decipher account better; make cash flow projections more accurately and has even been known to help investors such as Buffett calculate intrinsic value of companies to an accuracy of 3 decimal places.
That’s why Warren Buffett is so successful.
But today, you can have a can of the same Omaha air that Warren Buffett breathes for free. It’s our way of thanking you for making the launch of Fool.sg in Singapore so successful.
So, if you are ever stuck for investing ideas or find that you can’t figure out how to value a business, then just break open your personal can of Motley Essence of Warren and breathe in deeply.
Motley Essence of Warren comes in three flavours: Morning Fresh Buffett for those of you who like to trawl the markets at the crack of dawn; Good Afternoon Warren for those of you prefer to let the markets settle down before trading and Midnight At Omaha for the night owls.
Motley Essence of Warren is not available in shops. So you won’t find it in Dairy Farm International’s (SGX: D01) Cold Storage or in Singapore’s third-largest supermarket Sheng Siong (SGX: OV8). But you can email in to reserve your personal bottle of Motley Essence of Warren here.
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The information provided is for general information purposes only and is not intended to be personalised investment or financial advice. Motley Fool Singapore Director David Kuo doesn’t own shares in any companies mentioned.