By Illogicaltech

Charlie Munger: The Undisputed Mastermind of Value Investing 

Charles Thomas Munger was born on January 1, 1924, in Omaha, Nebraska, USA

Early Life

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He attended the University of Michigan, where he studied mathematics. Later, he attended Harvard Law School. 

 Education

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He attended the University of Michigan, where he studied mathematics. Later, he attended Harvard Law School. 

Military Service 

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After completing law school, Munger practiced law in Los Angeles. He specialized in real estate law. 

Legal Career 

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Munger met Warren Buffett in 1959, and the two formed a long-lasting business partnership. Munger became the vice chairman of Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway. 

Partnership with Warren Buffett 

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Munger is known for his emphasis on investing in high-quality companies at reasonable prices, a philosophy aligned with Buffett's value investing approach. 

Philosophy on Investing 

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Munger played a significant role in shaping Berkshire Hathaway's investment strategy and culture.  

Influence on Berkshire Hathaway 

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Munger is known for his insightful and often humorous writings and speeches on investing and life. 

Writings and Speeches 

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Munger advocates for a multidisciplinary approach to problem-solving, drawing on ideas and concepts from various fields beyond finance.

Multidisciplinary Thinking 

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He has identified and written extensively about these biases, contributing to the understanding of behavioral economics. 

The Psychology of Human Misjudgment 

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Munger is a strong advocate of continuous learning 

Lifelong Learning 

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