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Most beginners lose their money in the stock market because they don't have a solid strategy. A lot of times, it would take years to master a single strategy in stocks investing.
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In this video, Warren Buffett explains the best strategy for beginners in stocks investing. Aside from this, he gives you nuggets of timeless wisdom on how to become wealthy in stocks investing.
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Who is Warren Buffett?
Warren Edward Buffett (born August 30, 1930) is an American investor, business magnate, and philanthropist. He is considered by some to be one of the most successful investors in the world, and as of February 2017 is the second wealthiest person in the United States with a total net worth of $76.9 billion.
Born in Omaha, Buffet developed an interest in investing in his youth, eventually entering the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1947 before transferring and graduating from University of Nebraska–Lincoln. After graduating at 19, Buffet enrolled at Columbia Business School of Columbia University, learning and eventually creating his investment philosophy around a concept pioneered by Benjamin Graham–value investing. He attended New York Institute of Finance to specialize his economics background and soon after began various business partnerships, including one with Graham. After meeting Charlie Munger, Buffet created the Buffett Partnership. His firm would eventually acquire a textile manufacturing firm called Berkshire Hathaway and assume its name to create a diversified holding company.
Buffet has been the chairman and largest shareholder of Berkshire Hathaway since 1970, and his business exploits have had him referred to as the "Wizard", "Oracle" or "Sage" of Omaha by global media outlets. He is noted for his adherence to value investing and for his personal frugality despite his immense wealth.
The epitomy of self made!!!! With the right direction from this guy my life would be made. Hes gained soo much but lost as well but he made it by xxx if i have 500 right now i would call him up and ask him whats the best way to turn this 500 into 5k x 2 !!!!....
+Aunt Tea Gabore you don't have success, so I'm not worried about that. I have all the cash I need and live comfortably. Plus, I'm very well educated and can form proper sentences and can spell decently. 150k is considered poor where I live. So keep working harder, you need to, you're not trying hard enough.
+Thomas Chaplin Whatever, I have zero to gain by lying. The median income for a family of 4 where I live is 60,000. I said I dont make humdreds of thousands, I make 2.5 times the median income. Since you would rather argue or call me a liar rather then do the math, I will do it for you:
2.5 x's 60000= 150k per year. That is just my base pay. There are quarterly bonuses and the healthcare package is great. All and all, just UNDER two hundred thousand a year (aka Not hundreds, not plural). Perhaps if you get your head outta your ass and open your ears you may learn something! I guarantee you, with your shitty attitude and closed mind, you will NEVER have half the success I do. But you will be mad at mine which is EXACTLY why you will never have your own. BTW; I work my ass off for that money! I hustle all day long as everyone who makes good money works hard for it. You have a choice...You can go through life mad about others success or make your own. You will NEVER find success if you dont learn to listen to people who have worked hard for it! You can call me whatever you wish, doesnt change the fact that I ROCK THIS LIFE OUT FOR MY KIDS to set a great example of what STRONG people do! Im sorry that you obviously did not have anyone setting that example for you! I didn't either, but that didnt stop me. Unfortunately you cant find your heart or spine to do the same! You obviously a jellyfish and a mad one at that! Find your spine, stop sniveling and being mean to people that you know NOTHING about. Especially someone trying to help you. Find your heart and spine and go make something of yourself.
+Aunt Tea Gabore nice story, but it's untrue. You said earlier you made 6 digits and now you can't back it up and changing your story. You are delusional and a liar. You're done, and what you say is stupidity. You really put together a paragraph like a upper management level as well.
+Thomas Chaplin Post my checkstub? How old are you 12? I dont feel the need to publicly share my exact income. I do not make hundreds of thousands of dollars a year, but I do make a comfortable living. I am simply middle class which I am etrnally grateful for considering that I grew up in COMPLETE poverty. Mom on welfare/abusive step dad kept us in total poverty to ensure we could not leave. I remember in the winter of 8th grade when my mom went around begging the neighborhoods moms to loan me a pair of shoes because mine had holes in them and it was snowing. My friends mom gave me 2 pairs of her old shoes, a pair of green and a pair of red Puma sneakers. The next day the girl told everyone at school that my mom had begged for them/they were her old shoes. We lived in a trailer next to an old graveyard and had to throw our garbage in it because they didnt pay the bill to have it picked up. She told everyone how poor I was, it was horrible. I am an upper level manager that has a lot of responsibility and earns 2.5 times the median household income for families of 4 in this area. I do really well and am eternally grateful for the opportunity to do so. I started out literally making $6.50 per hour with a pallet jack staging tee shirts for a sportswear manufacturer. I worked my way up through the years, made my self valuable and worked hard to get into entry level management. In my particular industry, there are not a lot of women in management and very few in upper management. I had to work 5 times harder to finally get into upper management. It took me a total of 18 years from staging t shirts to upper management. I worked my ass off, and fought hard for every bit of success that I now enjoy. I never had one bit of help nor have most of my colleagues. This is the land of opportunity and those opportunities are available to us because of men like WB! I disagree as far as him not being self made. Just because someone has had HELP doesnt mean that they are not self made. Nobody gave him everything that he has. He built his own fortune, he put in the work. Anyone can send their kid to the best schools, that does NOT guarantee success. The man has the work ethic of a mule (x's1000!), that is exactly how he built this fortune. He bought the company that I work for with CASH. That desire to work his ass off didnt come from anyone but himself. So what it comes down to is that I could not have accomplished what I have with a spirit of entitlement, judgement or resentment. I have always been nothing but grateful for every opportunity I have. For the ability to give my kids a better life! For the country I live in that makes it all possible. I have mentored many others into positions of growing success as well. Whenever I see someone critical or judgemental about someone with more success then they have, I cant help but wonder what they COULD accomplish without the bullshit bad attitude that keeps them down. Ive been through MANY challenges. If I told you where I really came from and the bad choices I have made along the way, you wouldnt believe it possible. it is literally a miracle that I am alive and have the life that I do . I take NOTHING for granted and am living proof that it is NEVER too late to do the next right thing. There is NOTHING stopping any of us from having great success in America, absolutely nothing other then a bad attitude, bad belief system, a spirit of entitlement and resentment. In my experience, someone filled with that will NEVER succeed. If they took just 1/10th of the energy they spend being critical and resentful of those more successful, and put it towards their own success, they could move mountains! Here is to hoping that you do=)!
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I really enjoy hearing warren buffet speak, always great advice. This video was great advice and insight into how you should conduct yourself or business. If that’s not good info for beginners I don’t know what is, and if you don’t see this as good information... well then you’re just not there yet 🤗
Warren Buffett is the wisest investor in my opinion. His strategy of value investing not only works but it's also arguably the least stressful form of investing. Feel free to check out this list of 10 other legendary investors and their strategies - https://www.techticaltrading.com/single-post/10-Legendary-Investors
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Paul and Ancila, there is advice through the whole interview! That's why he is Warren Buffett and your Paul and Ancila! He talks about honesty and trust and not rushing to conclusions as well as 1 1\2 page contracts instead of 50 page contracts. He also points out what type of people he wants to work with and his instinct. Also to take care of his people.
Simple .... Don't spend over 50$ on yourself. That's what Buffeck does. Don't be scared to drive through the Mc D's drive through & ordering from the 1$ menu.... It won't kill you. W. Buffett is proof of that.
Most of the world except the USA has not forgotten about the 07/08 financial crisis, every country and every person lost money because of the problems with lending in the US, in the end everyone loses if you invest in thin air like hedge funds, or sell housing loans without at least a 25%, invested in real estate which is something solid, you can see what you own, my advice is to everyone the share market is not for everyone, been there done that, people get rich because they get lucky, this does not mean you are worth listening to.
The stock market is not as much of a gamble as people think it is. There are patterns and markers that indicate where the market is headed. To say he got lucky is ill informed. In a recession, you buy, during peaks, you sell. This man even looks into trucking and train activity to see how the market is doing. Makes sense, trucks and trains move commodities and goods.
This is very true. And many people who think they can achieve anything remotely like what Buffet achieved are delusional. He was only able to achieve that level of success because he was basically in at the right time, started investing in stocks in the American post-war boom years, when the bull market seemed to go on forever.. he has seen 3 or 4 major bull markets, none of us are likely to see that in our lifetimes, not in a global economy with the state of our own domestic debt ridden economies, its a different world. I also think Buffet himself is somewhat delusional, his success has blinded him to economic reality. It's fine to be patriotic and say no-one has won a bet against USA and we're just getting started etc... but the reality is, USA and all of West is in serious economic trouble and decline.. China is the no1 largest economy now, and all the large developing countries are taking over and moving rapidly up to the GDP charts displacing the European powers and soon USA too, that's where the double digit annual growth lies, and most economic potential now, its obvious.
Reflection after a few weeks.. This is, assuming our global economy continues on this present model of mass consumerism for quite some time.. the economy is changing though (especially in the West) and we're moving further towards an information-age society, increasingly digital. So who knows.. perhaps there WILL be another opportunity in the tech stocks of the future, and e-currencies etc.. but I don't think it will be as clear and straight forward as Buffet's time, where you just backed big well established brands and products like Coca-Cola, MCD etc and banked on their global growth.
Digital Shiba, I was in the share market for years when I worked, I advised advisors lots of time, my share portfolio was solid, but I got out and bought an investment property, no more worry about share prices, I was not the type of person suited to the share market, share markets are not for me even though I done ok out of it, I never lost much in the crisis compared to lots of others, only lost from cheap takeovers which were out of my control, how many people do you know who are worth a fortune, have died and never lived a life? not for me, the mega rich life style does not suit me. my best advice I can give anyone is go where you feel the most comfortable.
Hehe yeah, I noticed that too. Mixed signals. I think deep down he knows the current markets as they are, can't go on forever, and the global economy is rapidly changing and re-aligning away from the West towards cheap labour.
China is just an industrial power-house. They invested tons in mass production technology and the State owns half the manufacturing capacity practically. And have seemingly limitless cheap labour with such a gigantic and growing young population.. it's hard to compete with that when we have the exact opposite all over! You can protect some domestic industries or large corps with tax incentives like Trump is doing, but only to a limited extent I think.. you can't shield the whole economy.. and Chinese companies are getting very smart, they're actually putting the goods into our economies directly and operating right out of our countries often exploiting the relaxed rules and low-or-zero consumer import taxes.. We really need to a "roots and branches" approach to re-balancing our trade deficits and these exploits, if we are going to try and compete with China.. and that means getting China to stop manipulating its domestic currency, whilst ensuring tax revenue is being collected on imports to re-balance the loss of manufacturing revenue in our own economies.
WB likes a fixed market. As long as he is in on the fix he will be doing well long term. The 8 year recovery cycle has been good for WB. How long till the reset? How do we hedge? He does delve into all that. I know BH is buying all sorts of houses in Seattle.
More of a history lesson, than advice towards upcoming, interests. What do you think about crypto? Where is a good place to start with small amounts or stick to bonds, although its slow growth had a money market account was upto $30k after 2008, dropped to 15K. Not sure to leave it there.
yes i also have been hearing about a soon to come crash, just my luck lol i dont know what those are but ill look into it, i thought id just start investing little bits to try it out and save the rest of my income, ill also look more into bonds just to add to the portfolio?..oh lol dow jones and ftse okay i see
Ryan Zi for what it's worth stock markets are overheated right now particularly the Dow Jones and the FTSE so be careful. Might be worth learning about bonds and how they can be an excellent investment in an overheated market particularly how their price can sky rocket when there is a market crash
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warren is an ethical mathematician...if you are a mathematician you can become wealthy in one way or the other and everyone else is handicapped. What is important is ETHICS. Gates is a mathematician as well. Gates is a genius no doubt in his field. There are those who get lucky as in having an oil well spring up in their backyard and they don't EARN their wealth. Buffet earned it. Gates earned it. Anyone can be unethical. that's life. many who have no math talent find themselves at the bottom. What they really hate is a system based in math. WE love our cars and airplanes and computers but we resent those who make them.
You need to read some john rawls they earned their maths skills as much as the guy who strikes oil. Even buffet says he is lucky he was born into this society and not the spartans for example where he would have died. Everyones success is luck.
And what are you saying about ethics??
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