Even Warren Buffett needed some cold hard cash once upon a time. 

Back in the late 1970s, Buffett happened to be talking to a local Omaha Stock broker named Charles Heider…

The same broker that regularly fulfilled stock trades for Buffett’s small conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway. 

Heider knew Buffett was rich, worth almost $70 million on paper.

How Warren Buffett Made $3 Million ‘Like Bingo’

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But then Buffett said something that shocked Heider and left him feeling like Buffett really was the “every man” he claimed to be. 

“Everything I got is tied up in Berkshire. I’d like a few nickels outside.”

Warren Buffett, the future “Oracle of Omaha” was cash poor.

He drove a used Lincoln…

And he stuck to eating out at his favorite, budget-friendly restaurant run by a grade school classmate…

Of course, though, this is Warren Buffett we’re talking about here. 

Which is why before long, Buffett was talking to Heider not just about Berkshire Hathaway’s stock market investments but about something else…


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The inflation of the 1970s had wreaked havoc on his investment portfolio.

His son Peter was still in college. 

The mortgage on his family’s vacation home in California needed to be paid.

It was a perfect storm that combined to force Buffett to live off his modest salary as CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. 

That’s right, even Warren Buffett has felt the strain of balancing a checkbook. 

The very same stress so many Americans are feeling today...

He still lived in the same house he bought in 1957 for $31,500…

Warren Buffett Wanted to Know About This New Thing Called a ‘Stock Option’

You see, when Warren Buffett needed money, he did what he’d done ever since delivering newspapers as a boy… he did something about it.

To come up with some quick cash to balance the bills, Buffett started trading stock options.

He’d always had a knack for finding winning stocks…

So he followed the ‘Blueprint’ that had serviced him so well for so long…

To trade options successfully, Buffett looked for companies he believed in and then searched for the options that would maximize his profits. 

And then the money started rolling in...

Another local stock broker, Art Rowsell, couldn’t believe his eyes, saying...

Once again, Warren Buffett had created a blueprint for financial success…but instead of stocks he’d done it with options.

So it’s no surprise why, when a friend suggested Buffett try his hands at real estate, Buffett smiled and said…

It’s the same blueprint he uses to this day...

The very same tactic Buffett used to make his company, Berkshire Hathaway, an instant $7.5 million… in Coca-Cola Stock.

“$7.5 Million Option Profit

“Why would I do that when the stock market is so easy?”

“Warren made $3 million like bingo.”

It was almost frightening how easy it was…[Buffett] analyzed what he was looking for and all of the sudden he had money.”

--Former Berkshire Hathaway employee

And to raid Wall Street Investment Banks for a cool $2.4 billion from 2008-2017 (over $200 million annually).

“[Options] lifted Berkshire profit by $2.4 billion from 2008 to 2017.”

- Bloomberg