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Even while investors should read the whole book, we've chosen a bite-sized sample of Buffett's investor philosophy and stock-picking techniques to help you get inside his head.
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Stocks and the stock market are often seen as paper investments transferred between investors. This may help investors avoid getting overly emotional about a position, but it may not help them make the greatest financial judgments.
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Buffett says stockholders should consider themselves 'part owners' of the company they invest in. By thinking that way, Hagstrom and Buffett believe investors would avoid impulsive investments and focus on the long term.
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Even though buyers should rarely 'put all of their eggs in one basket, there may be better ideas than putting them in too many baskets. Buffett believes over-diversification hurts returns as much as under-diversification.
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Buffett is a staunch supporter of the idea that investors should conduct thorough research before purchasing any security. After careful diligence, investors should feel comfortable allocating many assets to the stock.
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A person who quickly switches between buying and selling stocks has the potential to make a lot of money, but Buffett claims that this trader is hurting their investment results.
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Buffett does not measure investment success by stock prices, even though they are the most important criterion. He studies the economics of a business or collection of businesses.
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The best bridge players can calculate mathematical possibilities to win. Buffett likes and plays bridge, and he applies the principles to investment.
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People must recognize that successful investors have a certain psychological mindset. The successful investor will focus on probabilities and economic issues and make sensible, not emotional, judgments.
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As the adage goes, the Dow 'climbs a wall of worry.' Thus, despite market gloom and predictions of a recession 'just around the corner,' the markets have performed well. Doomsayers should be ignored.
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Buffett advises investors to treat their lifetime decision card as a 20-punch investment option. This should protect individuals from poor investment decisions and boost their portfolio
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