I’m running a little contest here at Dividend Growth Stock Investing.  I am going to be holding a drawing for a free copy of the new book about Warren Buffett.  The book is called Tap Dancing to Work: Warren Buffett on Practically Everything, 1966-2012: A Fortune Magazine Book by Carol Loomis.  In this book, Loomis has compiled a collection of articles published in Fortune magazine between 1966 and 2012 including a dozen articles written by Buffett himself.  Loomis has collected and updated the best Buffett articles Fortune published between 1966 and 2012, including thirteen cover stories and a dozen pieces authored by Buffett himself.  If you are a Buffett fan then this looks to be a great book to add to your library.  I recently started reading the book and have really been enjoying it so far as I am a big Buffett fan.

How To Enter the Drawing

There are a few ways you can enter the drawing and you have the possibility to earn multiple entries.

  1. Comment on this post and make sure to include an email address.  This is good for 1 entry.
  2. Comment on a different article on my site and earn 1 entryYou can do this twice for 2 additional entries.  Make sure to comment in that particular articles comment section.
  3. Follow me on Twitter and share this post with your followers.  Make sure to include @DGSInvesting when you share the post to earn 1 entry.  If you already follow me on Twitter then you just need to share the post to get the 1 entry.
  4. If you have a personal finance or investing blog then you can earn 1 entry by mentioning and linking to this contest in one of your posts.  You can earn 1 additional entry by also linking to another article from my site and discussing what you like about that article in a sentence or two.  If you link from your site to mine make sure to email me to inform me of the link.

If you count them up then you will see you have the opportunity to enter the contest at least 6 times.  Obviously the more ways you enter the better chance you have of winning!  I will hold a drawing for the winner on December 23, 2012 and will have a post on Christmas Day December 25, 2012 to announce the winner!

So what are you waiting for!  Go ahead and start getting your entries in to win this interesting Warren Buffett book and good luck!

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18 Responses to Warren Buffett Book Giveaway

  1. [...] Warren Buffett Book Giveaway There’s a new book on Warren Buffett called Tap Dancing to Work. [...]

  2. Dave says:

    Though not interested myself, I do not mind giveaways. But could you just attach them to an article that has something interesting (i.e. the normal topics that you publish)?

    • Dan Mac says:

      Dave not sure what you mean with your question? If you are wanting to post a link back to get more entries from your personal finance or investment site, then it is fine to include it in any type of article you would normally post on your site. Hopefully this clears it up. Thanks!

  3. Count me in! :)


  4. Ray Brown says:

    To: Dan Mac; What a great idea, a Warren Buffett Book(TAP DANCING TO WORK),which neatly describes my excitement just hearing about it. I am certain the content is consistently quite interesting beyond the average on such topics.
    Best to you on your endeavours, and may you be richly blessed.
    Ray Brown

  5. Ray Brown says:

    Dan Mac: Your website name describes my investing goals; buy at 30% reduction,with 20yrs. of double digit div. increases, dealing in product(s) my household has/is using with satisfaction & mimics or is a Warrwn Buffit wide-moat stock with appreciation as the icing on my retirement portfoilo.
    Ray Brown

    • Dan Mac says:

      Thanks Ray, I am a true believer in the dividend growth investment strategy. I think following the rules you described will prove to be a winning strategy for your retirement. While I understand many people may not agree with Buffett politically, one thing that can’t be argued against is that he is one of the greatest investors of all time and everyone can learn a few things from him.

  6. Bill says:

    Your 10 rules are healthy practice.
    Finding fair values and better lately is increasingly difficult.
    I’m often tempted to spend a bit more to pack my portfolio with a solid earner.
    Considering almost certain future inflation,
    is paying a premium over fair value (not exorbitantly) acceptable or wise?

    • Dan Mac says:

      Thanks for reading Bill. I think paying a small premium over value for a solid earning company can be acceptable. A lot of times you won’t get some of the best companies unless you are willing to pay a small premium for them. As long as earnings continue to grow then value should catch up over the next few years to what you’ve paid. In the meantime you can collect a nice dividend.

  7. James Trotter says:

    I’d like to be entered into the drawing. Another great Buffett book that every investor should read is The Essays of Warren Buffett. It’s a compilation of Berkshire Hatheway shareholder letters with lots of wisdom written in.

    • Dan Mac says:

      Thanks for reading James. I’ll have to check that book out, thanks for the recomendation.

  8. Ryan says:

    Please enter me in the giveaway.

  9. John Radford says:

    Love the newsletter….keep it coming.

  10. kolpin says:

    thanks for the giveaway! I’m relatively new to dividend growth investing, and I confess that I haven’t read any guru’s books. I’ve been mainly focused on Seeking Alpha for fundamental analysis sprinkled with a few blogs that offer insight into technical analysis. Do you have any favorite sites?

    • Dan Mac says:

      I’ve got all your entries Kolpin. Good luck as you now have the most entries out of anyone by far so chances are good!

      I like Seeking Alpha alot. As for other good blogs I like to read about dividend growth investing I’d recommend checking out The Dividend Ninja, Dividend Mantra, Dividend Monk and The Dividend Guy Blog. Check out my resources page which will offer up some others. Also you’ll notice a badge in my right sidebar of The Div Net. Click through to that site which is a group of contributors writing about dividend investing. Lots of good links there to many other great sites!

  11. kolpin says:

    I commented on your most recent fiscal cliff article!

  12. kolpin says:

    i’m a new follower @kolpin4680 and I just retweeted

  13. kolpin says:

    I also posted a comment on your NSC article. thanks!

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