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Warren Buffett's 23 Most Brilliant Insights About Investing

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Posted by Warren Buffett via Business Insider

on Thursday, 07 January 2016 07:56

warren-buffett-204Warren Buffett, the billionaire "Oracle of Omaha" continues to be involved in some of the biggest investment playsin the world.

Buffett is undoubtedly the most successful investor in history. His investment philosophy is no secret, and he has repeatedly shared bits and pieces of it through a lifetime of quips and memorable quotes.

His brilliance is timeless, and we find ourselves referring back to them over and over again.

We compiled a few of Buffett's best quotes from his TV appearances, newspaper op-eds, magazine interviews, and of course his annual letters.

....go HERE and continue scrolling to read all 23



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What I Learned In 35 Years of Setting and Achieving Annual Goals

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Posted by Eamonn Percy - The Percy Group

on Tuesday, 05 January 2016 11:11

imagesIn 1981, I was out on New Year’s Eve with a very good friend of mine, when the topic of setting goals came up in the conversation. Being New Year's Eve, it was inevitable that we would reflect upon the previous year and start thinking ahead to what we planned to achieve in the next year. We quickly came up with our goals for 1982, and literally scribbled them down on the back of a napkin at the bar. It was the first time I had set annual goals, and have not stopped since.

.....read more HERE



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How to Win the Loser's Game, Part 4

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Posted by Ennio Longo - Financial Wealth Builders Inc.

on Tuesday, 29 December 2015 10:39

“Do you play the market?”. The answer should be a resounding no as the market is not a game. In fact it’s quite scientific. A trio of nobel prize winning economists each have created a model that better helps us to understand the science behind the market. Let’s see what Harry Markowitz, William F. Sharpe and Eugene Fama can teach us about the science of the stock market and of modern portfolio theory. Let’s watch….

"Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago" - Warren Buffett

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You Are Often Your Own Worst Enemy

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Posted by Paul Philip

on Monday, 21 December 2015 13:08

your own enemyWarren Buffett is arguably the greatest investor any of has ever seen in our lifetime, which leads to the question, why don’t we just do what he does? It might not be possible to do exactly as he does because of our limited financial resources, but at the very least we can follow his teachings and apply them to our own portfolios.

Warren has been quoted as saying, “Where others are greedy I am fearful and where others are fearful I am greedy.” He recognizes that during times of heightened emotions, when markets are dropping or increasing at accelerated paces, that the investors’ emotions are higher than normal and this tends to lead to irrational decision making. Warren’s own investment mentor, Benjamin Graham, was himself quoted a saying “The investor’s chief problem - and his worst enemy - is likely be himself”... CLICK HERE to watch the complete video

The Evidence-Based Investor Video series is a service provided by Paul Philip and the team at Financial Wealth Builders Securities



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The Best Investing Books to Read and Share In 2016

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Posted by Keith Fitzgerald's Total Wealth

on Friday, 18 December 2015 11:16

georgeSamuelToday I've got eight books for you that I think you're going to like as much as I do. Every one of which can help you get a profitable head start on 2016.

Studies show that nearly 70% of rich people set daily, monthly and annual goals. What’s more, they complete 70% of the tasks they set out for themselves daily.

According to Corley, more than 88% of rich people read at least 30 minutes a day for the purpose of self-improvement. That stands in stark contrast to just 2% of poor people.

The way I see it, reading is a big part of success because you have to sort out everything from vocabulary to context. If you’ve ever solved a mystery or figured out a plot before turning the page, for example, that’s because your mind is working on connections that, many times, are totally invisible to your conscious thought.

I find that to be a compelling idea – every page I turn adds to knowledge that can never be taken away from me.

Especially when it comes to the financial markets.

....read about 1-8 HERE



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