I recently re-watched one of my favorite Buffett TV interview, the 1985 interview, which is only 7 minutes long but is very important
Buffett admits he has no ability to forecast In his 1966 letter to shareholders, Buffett set out his views on investor should care about company performance but not market performance. The following parts in italics are my complete excerpts: “I am not in the business of predicting general stock market or business fluctuations. If you … Continue reading “Investors should not trust forecasts”
I have repeatedly emphasized in the 4-3 of my book “The Rules of 10 Baggers” and 1-5 in the “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing“, as well as in the blog: “An investor only needs to choose two or three stocks in his life. Can make you very rich; without holding too many stocks, … Continue reading “Two or three stocks in your life can make you very rich”
Market volatility is investors’ friend
Where does Buffett get his investment idea? In Berkshire Hathaway’s 2003 shareholder meeting, Buffett unveiled how he get his investment idea.
Imitating great investors is the fastest and most effective way. What kind of person are you?
Investing is not voting, mentioned the phrase “investing is not voting” in three places in my book “The Rules of Super Growth Stocks Investing”: 1-5, 5-4, and postscript.
As long as a paid worker should agree that there are many undocumentted rules in the workplace, such as can’t think differently.
Outliers – 10000 hours, statistics can be deceiving
The most important qualifty for an investor is temperament, not intellect. I must admit that when I was young, I had doubts about the view of “The most important qualifty for an investor is temperament, not intellect”.