Tag: Warren Buffett
He’s the billionaire who gave away all his money and chose a humble lifestyle. What motivated this man to be so selfless?
The United States is a powerhouse of entrepreneurship and innovation. Will it continue to lead the way in a turbulent world?
The clock is ticking. We can already see new megatrends emerging. Here’s why they have the potential to be disruptive and profitable.
Their names are legendary. Their methods are timeless. Here’s how you can supercharge your investment journey by learning the secrets of their success.
Back in 1997, the dot-com bubble was gaining speed. But Warren Buffett was cautious about overpriced internet stocks. Here’s why.
We’re starting to see a fierce rivalry emerge between investors. Old school versus new school. Value versus growth. Who’s making the right call here?
Warren Buffett appears to be making his boldest move yet. He’s investing in the next stage of Big Tech. What’s driving this change?
Warren Buffett has a reputation for being famously disciplined. But do you know about the one time he rolled the dice and took a gamble?
Warren Buffett says you can never go right by betting against a US business. But so far this century, that bet has been a winner.
Each year, anyone can bid for a three-hour lunch with the Oracle. This year, the lunch with Warren was worth US$4.6 million to someone…That someone was crypto tycoon, Justin Sun.
While Buffett waits for a moat to be established before he invests, Peter Thiel invests based on the potential of a future moat.
Capitalists are conscious. They always try to get the outcomes they want…and they don’t mind cheating — when they can get away with it.
A 5% return in a single year may be acceptable. Spread it over two years and it becomes only 2.5% — barely equal to inflation.
In this series, I’ll reveal the specific strategies that famous investors used to multiply their wealth. I’ve studied each guru and strategy…and I’ve thrown all the best gems in this series.
Our advice to 11-year-olds: The US markets may repeat the experience of the last 77 years; but we wouldn’t bet on it. It really is a new ball game.