Janjigian also discusses Buffett's buy and hold investment style, and notes that it is not the only way to make money in the market. He also discusses some of Buffett's diversification strategies, even though Buffett himself is quoted many times knocking the usefulness of such strategies.
Finally, the author notes that as good as Buffett is, even he has made many mistakes. The book attempts to capture some of these mistakes and lay them out for investors so that they may learn from Buffett's mishaps. Similar to the book's foreword written by Steve Forbes, the author is also critical about Buffett's tax policies.
These topics and then some will be explored in the rest of the book!
On to the rest of the chapters!