How to INVEST LIKE WARREN Buffett? (7 Rules of Investing)

How to INVEST LIKE WARREN Buffett? (7 Rules of Investing)

How to INVEST LIKE WARREN Buffett? (7 Rules of Investing)
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Warren Buffett is widely considered to be the top investor of all time. Warren Buffett’s Investment strategy has made him one of the richest man in the world and he’s been the world’s most wealthiest and richest man like this for over 70 years.

During the last 60-70 years he has managed Berkshire Hathaway and has generated a 22% compounded growth rate for his shareholders. Despite these extraordinary high growth rate, the famed billionaire is best known for his ability to distill investment ideas into simple, memorable concepts.
In this video, we talk about how Buffett’s humble investment wisdom can be applied to the financial decisions we make every day.

Warren Buffett follows a value investing approach which was taught to him by Benjamin Graham and has since created wealth over 100 billion US dollars with the power of compounding through investing in stock market.
So we talk about the Warren Buffett’s rule of investing, his strategy and his mindset to help you get motivation and become a successful investor and financial freedom early.

The Rule number 1 of investing in stock market is to Never lose money. And you should never rule number 1.”
It is widely known that Buffett himself has famously lost billions many times over his career, including a $23 billion loss during the financial crisis of 2008. If this is the case, how can anyone follow Buffett’s Golden Rule?

The purpose of this first principle is not to suggest that you can’t ever lose money, but rather to underscore the need for capital preservation above all other priorities when allocating money. choosing investment decisions. Buffett is simply referring to the mindset a sensible investor should cultivate when making financial decisions: Don’t be greedy & lazy by failing to do the homework, don’t gamble and, above all else, never go into financial decisions thinking it is OK to lose money.

Buffett once said, “Risk comes from not knowing what you are doing.” As as investor, this rule should make a lot of sense. Whether it is choosing a stock, a partnership investment or other equity offering, always put your money in transparent investment choices you can understand fully and articulate readily.

In this video, we also analyze a live stock (Apple Company) which manufactures and sells iPhones, computer and related accessories and has a strong competitive advantage (moat) which helps them earn huge profits as compared to other competitor companies. Warren Buffett has developed his investment strategy over a long period of time. Previously, he followed hard core value investing approach then he moved to long-term buying quality companies and holding them forever and enjoying the compounding returns. Now he moved into US technology stocks by buying 5% stake in Apple company.
We’ll talk about other good American stocks to invest from India in upcoming videos like Google, Amazon, Microsoft, so stay tuned for more.

00:00 Intro
00:32 Rule #1
04:11 Rule #2
05:37 Rule #3
07:17 Rule #4
07:41 Rule #5
09:17 Rule #6
09:34 Rule #7
11:04 Final Words

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