Because she became a bestselling author with an investment guidebook on her former father-in-law Warren Buffett, it seems impossible for Mary Buffett to be seen as an individual, a person separate from the shadow of the famous billionaire.
Wherever she goes, people come up with similar questions: "What have you learned from Warren Buffett?" or "What is the key to Warren's success?" If not, then she is quizzed for stock-picking tips and investment trends, all according to the business magnate's philosophy.
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