Warren Buffett | How To Invest For Beginners: 3 Simple Rules

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Warren Buffett shares 3 core principles for stock market investing. They’re all very simple yet so important! Buffett generously explains each one in detail, hope you guys enjoy it and learn a great lesson.

Warren E. Buffett is an American long-term investor, philanthropist, business tycoon, and the chairman & CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. He is considered one of the most successful investors in the world and has a net worth of over 100 billion dollars. Buffett was born in Omaha, Nebraska. He developed an interest in business and investing in his youth and made truly incredible stock market returns over his career.

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Warren Buffett | How To Invest For Beginners: 3 Simple Rules

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22 thoughts on “Warren Buffett | How To Invest For Beginners: 3 Simple Rules”

  1. The year is almost over and very glad about the decisions I have made so far. Investing in the market earlier this year regardless of the market conditions has saved my life. I made over 70k USD with a start of 25k in the last 7 months. I know it's nothing compared to what others make but I'm glad I'm changing my finances.

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  3. I was an unexperienced stock trader and i lost over $30K when everything started to tank. Not because I was in an exchange that went belly up. I was just stupid to hold and because that's what everyone said. I'm still responsible. It just taught me to be a better investor now that I understand more of what could go wrong. It took me over two years of being in the market, I'm really grateful I find one source to recover my money, at least $5k profits weekly. Thanks so much Mrs. Katherine Flores.

  4. I just sold a property in Portland and I'm thinking to put the cash in stocks, I know everyone is saying its ripe enough, but Is this a good time to buy stocks? How long until a full recovery? How are other people in the same market raking in over $200k gains with months, I'm really just confused at this point.

  5. You work for 40yrs to have $1m in your retirement, meanwhile some people are putting just $10k in a bitcion coin for just few months and now they are multimillionaires. I pray that anyone who reads this will be successful in life Thank so much Erik Redondo

  6. so if he saya the capitalism is when anybody can stieal the business idea and clone it. So, usa – is the largest conglomerate of the businesses and the only thing that stops other countries from stealing the ideas and cloning this conlglimerate – is the political and military influence of usa politics. so because this influence gets weaker every day, one day this conglomerate will collapse allowing other countries to engage. damn,,,,cant wait for this day to come!

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  9. I feel investors should be focusing on under-the-radar stocks, and considering the current rollercoaster nature of the stock market, Because 35% of my $270k portfolio comprises of plummeting stocks which were once revered and i don't know where to go here out of devastation.

  10. One has to have some level of mental maturity and also experience with stocks and done your own homework to understand what Warren is saying.

    His words when heard are simple and straightforward, but it is very deep because he is telling you the final essence of his thinking. At some level, you must have a good share of failures to understand what he is saying.

    Also, his words sounds different when you hear it when you are in 20s, 30s or 50s.

  11. I began my investment journey at the age of 38, primarily through hard work and dedication. Now at the age of 40, I am thrilled to share that my passive income exceeded $100k in a single month for the first time. This success reinforces the importance of the advice mentioned earlier. It is not about achieving quick wealth, but rather ensuring long-term financial prosperity.

  12. I am new to the stock market. Every stock that I bought so far, I was out of luck because I bought them when they were expensive. I feel I missed out on all the stock opportunities so far for the tech stocks.I believe having 150K yearly income would be a good investment so I want to plug all my savings into the stock market. I know this sounds a bit dull but I would like to know if I should learn investing or let somebody else (more capable like a FA) do it for me? Please share your thoughts. I am kind of tired of searching for a good stock to buy and losing all the good opportunities

  13. The problem we have is because Most people always taught that " you only need a good job to become rich " . These billionaires are operating on a whole other playbook that many don't even know exists.

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