Warren Buffett was born in Omaha, Nebraska in 1930, the second of three children and the only son of Leela and Congressman Howard Buffett

He started his education at Rose Hill Elementary School.

In 1942, his father was elected to the United States Congress for the first time of four, and he moved with his family to Washington, D.C. gone.

moved with his family to Washington, D.C. gone. After leaving, Warren completed elementary school,

moved with his family to Washington, D.C. gone. After leaving, Warren completed elementary school,

High school in 1947, where his senior yearbook reads: "Mathematics takes precedence;

the stockbroker of the future." After completing high school and finding success in his simultaneous entrepreneurial

and investment ventures, Buffett wanted to drop out of college to go straight into business, but his father refused.

Warren Buffett became interested in trading and investing at an early age. He was inspired by One Thousand 

Ways to Make $1000, a book he borrowed from the Omaha Public Library at the age of seven. 

Most of Buffett's childhood years were brought to life by entrepreneurial ventures.

In his first business venture, Buffett sold chewing gum, Coca-Cola bottles, and weekly magazines at home.

He worked in his grandfather's grocery store. While in high school, he made his living by distributing newspapers,

selling golf balls and tickets, and detailing cars, among other things. On his first income tax return in 1944,

Buffett deducted $35 on his paper route for the use of his bicycle and watch. In 1945, as a high school student,

Buffett and a friend spent $25 to buy a used pinball machine they had at a local barbershop.

Within months, he had several machines in three different barber shops in Omaha.