Buffett on the Failings of Market Forecasting

Market forecasting is when analysts make predictions about the stock market, or even about individual companies. These predictors often profess to have some insider knowledge and claim to know what the market is going to do. And much like weather forecasting sometimes they are right, and sometimes they¬†are wrong. Billionaire Warren Buffett, however, doesn’t listen …

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Buffett’s Advice for Investing During Trump’s Presidency

The 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, was officially sworn in last week. While the statements he made during his campaign initially made the markets surge in preparation for fewer regulations, his inaugural address left some a little worried about where President Trump will stand as far as businesses are concerned, and what …

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Buffett’s Ground Rules

Warren Buffett is most famed for heading conglomerate company Berkshire Hathaway, where he gained most of his $71.5 billion fortune. It is without a doubt his fabled investing techniques that got him where he is today; but, his investing days before Berkshire are often forgotten. After Buffett’s mentor Benjamin Graham closed his partnership in 1956 …

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Warren Buffett’s 3 Principles of Investing

Warren Buffett is generally considered to be the greatest investor in the world, but if you asked him it’s very probable that the down-to-earth Buffett would give much credit to his mentor, Benjamin Graham, for the basic framework that made Buffett so successful. However, it is Buffett’s mentality and his adherence to certain principles that …

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Warren Buffett’s Top Investment Rule

As the world’s top investor, everyone is looking to billionaire Warren Buffett for investment advice. Whether it’s advice on how to get rich, what he is currently investing in, his investment strategies, or even things like the worst advice he received, Buffett is constantly in the news. And much of his advice is misunderstood. However, …

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Buffett’s Buy and Hold Strategy is Misunderstood

“Our favorite holding period is forever,” Buffett is often quoted as saying. It is understandable that the average person assumes that Buffett does all his research upfront, buys a company that he feels is strong and capable of making a profit in years to come, and then sits back and enjoys the spoils. However, a …

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Buffett’s Tips for Investing when the Market is High

With the constant ups and downs, the Stock Market is like a constant exercise in evaluation. Knowing which stock will go up, how much it’s worth, and whether it’s something that you should invest in can be a tricky and even risky business, especially if you’re just getting started. Many investors make the mistake of …

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Buffett on Reinvesting

Warren Buffett, who is regarded as the most successful investor of all time, is known for his strategies as well as treating his stocks like business. Buffett has had immense success and luck, turning a textile firm into a conglomerate worth hundreds of billions of dollars, so it is no surprise that businessman tend to …

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How Important Is Diversity?

Warren Buffett, famed investor and 2nd wealthiest man in the world, is always one to share his thoughts with you. He took Berkshire Hathaway, which started as a textile firm, and built it up to be a mega conglomerate worth about $400 billion through many years of strategic investing. He is constantly asked by hopeful …

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Buffett on the Benefits of Leaving Wall Street

When most people think of investors and the stock market, images of Wall Street probably come to mind. Dozens of computers with stock prices flipping along like some kind of complicated Matrix code, and charts zooming up and down while men in suits run around, shouting over each other, and punching in numbers on computer …

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