Berkshire Hathaway 2010 Briefing Book: Special Student Offer

Published on June 16, 2010

We are pleased to announce a special offer for students who wish to purchase The Rational Walk’s Berkshire Hathaway 2010 Briefing Book.

The regular price of the book is $24.95, but students may now purchase the product for only $9.95 representing a sixty percent discount.

The goal of the briefing book is to provide a concise analysis of Berkshire Hathaway and to present a framework for estimating the company’s intrinsic value.  Reader feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.  While the regular pricing of the briefing book is intended to reflect its utility to investors interested in Berkshire Hathaway, much of the content could be useful for students who are interested in studying the business history of the company and the investment approach of Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger.

The student price should make the briefing book more accessible to those who primarily have an academic interest in the material.  To take advantage of this special offer, you must either be actively pursuing your degree or have recently graduated.  A full money back guarantee still applies for readers who ask for a refund within seven days of purchase.  To take advantage of this offer, enter your school information below and click on the “Add to Cart” button.


For those who are not students, but wish to purchase the briefing book at the regular price, please click on the “Add to Cart” button below.


We are also offering a free sample of the Briefing Book which contains an executive summary, the full table of contents, a chapter on Warren Buffett’s early investing career, and our approach for valuation of the company.

Please click on this link to download the free sample

Selected Reader Comments:

“I have read many books and articles about Berkshire Hathaway, Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett and your briefing book was great! I learned a lot and will probably start over and read it again. It was logical, sound and came across as very credible.”

“I want to congratulate you for a very lucid analysis. It amazes me that this company is so misunderstood by the general business media. I hope your analysis contributes to a greater understanding of the company.”

“Your presentation is easy to follow and conservative in approach. I deeply appreciate your the work, effort and analysis you put into it. I feel I have a much better understanding of Berkshire Hathaway because of your efforts.”

“I thoroughly enjoyed your briefing book. It was very well written and covered every aspect of the business very well.”

“You’ve done a terrific job. It’s by far the best thing I’ve read on Berkshire.”

Berkshire Hathaway 2010 Briefing Book: Special Student Offer