Taking Warren Buffett’s Wisdom to Heart

Hey Traders!

Yesterday, I joined Charles Payne for Earnings Watchlist Monday, along with my take on Warren Buffett’s annual letter to shareholders.

Check it out here:

Warren Buffett is arguably one of the best investors of all time. I think we can take a lot of tidbits from him and his annual letter to shareholders.

Here are a few of my favorite nuggets:

  • “Please note particularly that we own publicly-traded stocks based on our expectations about their long-term business performance, not because we view them as vehicles for adroit purchases and sales. That point is crucial: Charlie and I are not stock-pickers; we are business pickers.”
  • “The world is full of foolish gamblers, and they will not do as well as the patient investor.”
  • “Don’t bail away in a sinking boat if you can swim to one that is seaworthy.”
  • “There is no such thing as a 100% sure thing when investing. Thus, the use of leverage is
    dangerous. A string of wonderful numbers times zero will always equal zero. Don’t count
    on getting rich twice.”
  • “You have to keep learning if you want to become a great investor. When the world changes,
    you must change.”

-Warren Buffett

I know we focus a lot on short-term trading takes, but looking at your long-term investment strategy, especially amid this drawn-out bear market, makes a lot of sense.

Like Warren Buffett, I focus on buying stocks with solid businesses demonstrating a long-term bullish trend on the weekly chart pattern, increasing EPS + revenue numbers, and growing dividends. I like to buy stocks of companies in which I like and use their products. When you follow a company’s business or use its products, you can better judge if that company is growing or dying.






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