General Guidance for Business

Warren Buffett's Advice to the Average Investor

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Executive Summary

As new investors, playing with the stock market is not an option. They need to save money from their monthly allowance and then from there, watch the stock market and see if they can find good picks.


However, new investors are not in the right place to judge or comment on stocks yet, because they are beginners. It would be helpful for them to watch what experienced investors would say, and then extract ideas from there.


Most people jump in at the wrong time thinking they know a lot. They buy attractive stocks and then just leave it there hoping that it'll be good and running for the next 30 years.


For the real motivated investors, they are aware that listening to a TV channel that gives instructions on what to do in investing isn't enough. Much time and effort are required. They know the key to successful investing - stand and move.