10 HIDDEN GEMS YOU NEVER KNEW ABOUT WARREN BUFFETT'S SUPRISING FACTS

Warren Buffett is an avid fan of the game "Candy Crush Saga." He spends some of his free time playing it on his smartphone, finding it a relaxing way to unwind

During his early years, Buffett ran a pinball machine business and owned a small pizza parlour. He donated all the proceeds from the parlor to charity

Buffett's love for Coca-Cola is well-known, but what many don't know is that he started drinking Coke at the age of six and continues to enjoy it dail

As a young man, Buffett was not a confident public speaker. To overcome this, he took a public speaking course from Dale Carnegie, which had a profound impact on his life

Buffett follows a simple rule when investing: he avoids investing in companies when the stock market's total value is over 20 times the GDP. It helps him stay cautious during overvalued periods

In the 1990s, Buffett invested in McDonald's but admitted it was a mistake. He learned that he should only invest in businesses he understands well

Buffett has been discreetly donating billions of dollars to various causes for decades, often without publicizing his charitable efforts

Despite the tech boom, Buffett has mostly stayed away from investing in technology companies, with IBM being a notable exception

The billionaire investor takes an annual salary of only $100,000, significantly lower than the CEOs of companies Berkshire Hathaway invests in

As a tribute to Buffett, Coca-Cola introduced Cherry Coke, his favorite flavor, in 1985.

Buffett and Bill Gates are close friends and bridge partners. They even collaborated on philanthropic projects, aiming to give away a substantial portion of their wealth

At just 11 years old, Buffett purchased his first stock, Cities Service Preferred, which he later sold for a profit

Buffett made a $1 million bet that an S&P 500 index fund would outperform a collection of hedge funds over ten years. He won the bet and donated the winnings to charity

Despite his massive wealth, Buffett lives frugally. He still resides in the house he purchased in 1958 for $31,500 and has pledged to give away over 99% of his fortune

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