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Monday, 29 February 2016

You Want to Invest Like Warren Buffet?


You have to measure your investing performance over decades.

Can you?


  1. lol i cannot, probably will go up the 5 tonner early.

  2. Give chance uncle to the younger ones! haha...

    Not only said about WB, somemore mentioned SCI n Kepcorp...

    haha lol

  3. The Oracle of Omaha also discouraged the average investor from trying to emulate his investment strategy regarding IBM, adding that most investors are likely better off buying into an index fund.

    "I'm not an investment adviser. I wouldn't ever urge them to do anything based on what we do. If they want to do what Berkshire does, then they should buy Berkshire," he said. "I think they're making a big mistake by piggybacking me or 10 other people whose names appear in the paper. That is not a great strategy; a great strategy is just to buy stocks consistently over a lifetime and not worry too much about whether they go up or down in any given month or year."


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