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Don't Take Warren Buffett's Investing Advice Literally, but Do Take It Seriously
Warren Buffett is widely regarded as one of the best stock pickers in history. Among the Oracle of Omaha’s most famous pieces of investment advice is: “Rule No. 1: Never lose money. Rule No. 2: Never forget Rule No. 1.”
Graham's Investment Strategy - The Simplest Way to Select Bargain Stocks
Benjamin Graham is a stock market expert who has unparalleled understanding of the stock market and actual stock value. He is regarded as a guru in the field of security analysis. Graham not only co-wrote a book called "Security Analysis" which was hailed as a business bible, but his record in selecting winning stocks is also legendary on Wall Street.
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Berkshire Hathaway Energy Reaches $299M Settlement in Oregon Fires
The three US stocks may help Buffett to “lay back” next year, and how can retail investors copy their business by “lying down” over 6 billion US dollars?
Buffett is expected to earn more than $6 billion in dividend next year, a large portion of which comes from three stocks.
Microsoft's market capitalization rose 12% to $2.8 trillion, just one step away from Apple
The market value of Microsoft Corporation increased by 12.1% to 2.82 trillion US dollars in the past November, only one step away from Apple's 2.95 trillion US dollars. In November, the market value of global multinational companies, represented by large technology companies, rose sharply. The reason is that US Treasury yields have declined, and expectations that global central banks may cut interest rates are growing, and people's concerns about inflation are weakening. Over the past month, Apple's market capitalization rose 11.2% to 2.95 trillion US dollars, making it the company with the highest market capitalization in the world. Microsoft followed, increasing its market capitalization by 12.1% to reach
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AM Best Affirms Credit Ratings of Members of GEICO and GEICO Corporation
Charlie Munger's Best Quotes About Investments, the Stock Market, and the Economy
The end of the “Buffett Munger” era: Berkshire heir selection is the focus of attention
The death of Charlie Munger (Charlie Munger), vice chairman of the board of directors of Berkshire Hathaway (Berkshire Hathaway), heralded the end of an era. This made Warren Buffett (Warren Buffett) the company's only legendary investor, and also made managers operating in their shadow the focus of attention. Few companies are as closely linked as Berkshire Hathaway's two leaders, Buffett and Munger. Buffett and Munger have known each other for over 60 years. Over the past 45 years, two
Charlie Munger: Investments, Berkshire Hathaway and Key Lessons
Here's what he had to say about the most effective means of managing your finances.
What does Munger's death mean to Berkshire?
Munger passed away, and Berkshire's stock price fell slightly. Buffett once said that Berkshire's stock price will rise the day after his death because it is expected that Berkshire will be split.
Munger's Secret to Longevity: Remaining Optimistic in Difficult Situations, Letting Go of Jealousy and Resentment
Buffett's long-time partner Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, passed away on Tuesday local time at the age of 99, just one month away from his 100th birthday. Munger is a successful investor, and according to Forbes estimates his net worth is $2.6 billion. At the same time, he is also known for providing some practical life advice on a regular basis. In 2019, Munger shared some of the secrets behind his optimistic attitude towards life in an interview, “All of these simple rules can make your life better. Even though they're so cliché,” Munger said. Here's Munger about a happy life
Munger summed up the way to success during his lifetime: stay away from harmful people, postpone immediate enjoyment, and live until old age, learn until old age
Buffett's long-time partner Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, passed away on Tuesday local time at the age of 99. Munger was famous for his unabashed advice on life during his lifetime. He said earlier this year that success may depend on who you work with. He advises staying away from harmful people because they can hinder your success. When talking about harmful people, Munger said, “The most important lesson in life is to kick them out of your life. Be quick.” Speaking about the path to success at Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting in May this year, Munger said, “It's very simple. Measure what you get, invest wisely, and avoid harm
Munger's seven classic quotes about Buffett during his lifetime
Buffett's long-time partner Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, passed away on Tuesday local time at the age of 99. Munger is Buffett's old friend and right-hand man. Their business mentality and even some of their personality traits seemed strikingly similar. Both are known for their patient, long-term investment style, and are also famous for being frugal, long-lived, and sweet eaters. Munger often admires Buffett's investment wisdom and sometimes defends his actions. The following are Munger's seven classic quotes about Buffett during his lifetime: 1. “If you were as smart as Warren Buffett, a century might
Munger's death shocked the US, and people from all walks of life mourn the “financial genius”
Buffett's long-time partner Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, passed away on Tuesday local time at the age of 99. After news of Munger's death came out, people posted their condolences online one after another to express their condolences and nostalgia for him. Mohammed El-Elian, Allianz Group's chief economic adviser, wrote on Platform X: “It is very sad to hear the news of Charlie Munger's death. My thoughts and prayers are with his family, his friends and colleagues at Berkshire Hathaway, and of course his long-time business partner and friend Warren Buffett.” Elian added, “For decades, the two of them have led
In her last interview during her lifetime, Munger defended her old friend Buffett
Buffett's long-time partner Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, passed away on Tuesday local time at the age of 99. Munger and Buffett's friendship lasted a lifetime. In the middle of this month, during his last interview before his death, Munger was still defending his old friend. At the beginning of this month, a non-profit research media raised questions in an article, saying “Buffett's personal stock account and Berkshire have traded the same stocks for a similar period of time.” The article claims that they extracted Buffett's personal transaction records from “leaked IRS data,” showing him from 2000 to 201
Munger donated more than 70% of Berkshire's shares during his lifetime: “I'm not immortal, and I don't need it anywhere I want to go”
Buffett's long-time partner Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, passed away on Tuesday local time at the age of 99. According to Forbes data, Munger's worth before his death was 2.5 billion US dollars, ranking around 1,200 on the list of the richest. In contrast, Buffett ranked in the top ten with a wealth of 116 billion US dollars. But if Munger hadn't donated a large amount of Berkshire Hathaway's stock during his lifetime, his current value would be over $10 billion. Munger has been the vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway since 1978. Regulatory documents show that as of October 5, he owned 40 of the company
Charlie Munger dies, Bitcoin's biggest “enemy” is gone
Buffett's long-time partner Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, passed away on Tuesday local time at the age of 99. Munger is known for his significant contributions to the investment community and his work with Buffett at Berkshire Hathaway. At the same time, he is also one of the most outspoken critics of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. The phrase “a new financial product born out of nothing” fully expresses Munger's disdain for Bitcoin. He once called Bitcoin “disgusting and contrary to the interests of civilization,” and criticized Bitcoin's extreme volatility and lack of regulation. He also spoke about Bitcoin kidnappers and extortionists
Charlie Munger's Eight Golden Sentences About Investing and Living
Buffett's long-time partner Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, passed away on Tuesday local time at the age of 99. Following news of Charlie Munger's death, people honored the iconic investor by passing on their favorite quotes. “If I stay optimistic when I'm dying, the rest of you will definitely be able to handle a little bit of inflation.” This is one of Munger's many memorable playful words that have been circulating on social media since his death (circa 2010). Although Munger left us, this prolific writer and investor spent decades writing on paper or at Burke