Byline: Billy Cortez
As we write this column piece, Asian stock markets surged ahead, fueled by the biggest gains on Wall Street last March 13, when the US Fed announced that US unemployment rate may continue to go down.
The Philippine Stock Exchange registered a new record high at 5,050.99 points.
It isn't anymore a story of gloom and doom at the moment. A column piece on the world's greatest investor couldn't come at a better time.
If you regularly keep track of the latest ranking of the world's top list of richest men, apart from Bill Gates of Microsoft, the other name that consistently appears in the top five is that of the living legend in the field of investing, Warren Buffett of Berkshire Hathaway.
He and his close friend, Bill Gates alternate, now and then, for the no. 1 slot - or …