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Warren Buffett: The Easiest Way To Value Stocks

The first question of almost all beginner stock market investors is how to value stocks and the businesses behind them, and in this video, Warren Buffett, legendary stock market investor, offers his valuation process to beginner investors.

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  1. I didn’t learn much about the easiest to value stock. “Ask questions” is not very helpful. But they’re always interesting to listen to and have insightful anecdotes.

    • Their knowledge and perspective on how money works is what we should emulate, not trying to answer a question about how to value stocks and get an easy formula as a result. You want to think how they think.

  2. As a soon-to-be retiree, keeping my 401k on track after a bumpy 2022 is a high goal. I’ve read about investors generating up to $250k ROI in this present sinking market; any suggestions for increasing my ROI before retirement would be greatly appreciated.

    • I agree that there are strategies that could be put in place for solid gains regardless of economy or market condition, but such executions are usually carried out by investment experts or advisors with experience

    • A lot of folks downplay the role of advisors until being burnt by their own emotions. I remember couple summers back, after my lengthy divorce, I needed a good boost to help my business stay afloat, hence I researched for licensed advisors and came across someone of utmost qualifications. She’s helped grow my reserve notwithstanding inflation, from $275k to $850k.

    • She appears to be a true authority in her profession. I looked her up online and found her website, which I browsed and went through to learn more about her credentials, academic background, and career. She owes me a fiduciary duty to act in my best interests. I set up an appointment to use her services.

  3. Taking early notes from Warren as to the importance of sound asset diversification and risk management It can’t be overstated. I’ve been trying to grow my portfolio of $300K for sometime now, I want to know: Do I keep contributing to my portfolio in these unstable markets, or do I look into alternative sectors?

    • Just try to diversify your portfolio to other market sectors, that way your investment is balanced and you don’t get to make so much losses.

    • Gold is a great investment and a good bet against the devaluating dollar, been holding some for awhile now, I’m grateful my adviser’s moment by moment changes in the market are lightening quick, cos who know how much losses I would’ve had by now.

    • No, I’m a contractor, and my job doesn’t permit me the time to properly analyze my holdings/evaluate stocks myself, so I’ve had a fiduciary ” *Trudy Renee Soper* ” actively restructuring my portfolio for the past 5 years now to match the present market condition and that’s how I’ve been able to stay afloat, knowing when to buy and sell…maybe you should do the same.

    • @@Shultz4334 I would disagree with you on investing in gold. Gold is not deflationary. There is an infinite supply of gold throughout the universe (even our own solar system). I genuinely believe Bitcoin will provide a greater return on investment than gold ever will

    • ​@@Dubs913Bitcoin has no utility other payments, and the value is only brought about from having “21 million in circulation”. It’s largely useless and highly speculative.

  4. I follow and love your videos. Unfortunately, it’s been a while since i visited it has been a very rough year… i am experiencing one of the most challenging phases of my life… Lost a fortune lnvesting in emerging companies… How are other people in the same market raking in over $200k gains with months, I’m really just confused at this point.

    • Yes, a good number of folks are raking in huge 6 figure gains in this downtrend, but such strategies are mostly successfully executed by folks with in depth market knowledge

    • I agree. Based on personal experience working with an investment advlsor, I currently have $985k in a well-diversified portfollo that has experienced exponential growth. It’s not only about having money to invest in st0cks, but you also need to be knowledgeable, persistent, and have strong hands to back it up.

    • How can I participate in this? I sincerely aspire to establish a secure financlal future and am eager to participate. Who is the driving force behind your success?

    • There are a lot of independent advisors you might look into. But i work with Viviana Marisa Coelho and I have been working together for nearly four years, and she is excellent. You could proceed with her if she satisfies your discretion. I endorse her.

    • I just googled her and I’m really impressed with her credentials; I reached out to her since I need all the assistance I can get. I just scheduled a caII.

  5. The stock markets dividends motivated me to start investing. What counts in my opinion is that you will be able to live off dividends without selling if you invest and make more money in addition to payouts. It suggests that you can give your children that advantage giving them a head start in life. I’ve invested more than $400k throughout the years in dividends stocks, I’m still buying more today and will keep doing so until the price drops even further.

    • It’s possible to share how to invest for income. I tried to research for Dividend stocks or Dividend ETFs, but with so much information, I am not sure how to sieve out the good ones, any thoughts?

    • My portfolio is made up of Dividend ETF’s, dividend stocks, and growth stocks. I like a mixture as it allows a bit more freedom in specific areas.

    • I want a balanced portfolio, with growth investments, safe investments, and also focus on dividends. I may not be making good decisions. Please I need suggestions on how to go about it.

    • Diversifying your portfolio is the best sensible strategy. You can speak with a financial advisor. Personally, I work with John Desmond Heppolette, He has extensive knowledge of portfolio diversification and he’s considered an expert in the field..

    • Thanks for the information! I just discovered his exceptional resume when I made a google research of his full names online. he appears knowledgeable and well accredited. I drop him a message and book a call session with him!

  6. I just sold a property in Portland and I’m thinking to put the cash in stocks, I know everyone is saying its ripe enough, but Is this a good time to buy stocks? How long until a full recovery? How are other people in the same market raking in over $200k gains with months, I’m really just confused at this point.

    • The stock market rally is still in force, but the major indexes, sectors and especially leading stocks are prone to reversals. I recommend you seek the guidance a broker or financiaI advsor.

    • I agree with you. I started out with lnvesting on my own, but I lost a lot of money. I was able to pull out about $200k after the 2020 crash. I invested the money using an analyst, and in seven months, I raked in almost $673,000

    • That’s impressive, Please can you leave the info of your lnvestment advsor here? I’m in dire need for one.

  7. The brutal honesty of munger mentioning a completely objective admiration of monopolies shows how these two men are able to wisely use (exploit) the system to their own advantage

  8. Transfer of wealth usually occur during market crash, so the more stocks drop, the more I buy, in the meanwhile I’m just focused on making better investments and earning more as recession fear increases, apparently there are strategies to 3x gains in this present market cos I read of someone that pulled a profit of $350k within 6months, and it would really help if you could make a video covering these strategies.

    • It depends, you could sit-back and capitalize on the downtrend, if you’re looking to make immediate-profit from the rally, you should just hold short positions, although that’d require a good level of expertise.

    • It’s okay if they don’t agree with this type of investing, many of us do agree. I have 20 positions in high growth stocks. I’m getting 15 dividend pay checks, however I’m up 125 % this year. About $650k this yr, good dividend paying portfolio, although I use an F.A so buy as much as you can and wait for the rebound. Only the brave gets rewarded in these times!

    • How can I participate in this? I sincerely aspire to establish a secure financlal future and am eager to participate. Who is the driving force behind your success?

    • There are a lot of independent advisors you might look into. But i work with Camilla Buck Merrick and I have been working together for nearly four years, and she is excellent. You could proceed with her if she satisfies your discretion. I endorse her

  9. The first person asking a question made me happy. I like that he didn’t give up on stock investing just because he had an initially poor experience. I’m sure his perseverance has paid off!

  10. Stocks are falling and bond yields are rising, but markets still don’t seem convinced the Federal Reserve will pursue plans to keep increasing interest rates until inflation is under control. I’m still at a crossroads deciding if to liquidate my $117k stocck portfolio, what’s the best way to take advantage of this bear market?

    • You’re not doing anything wrong, you just don’t have the required skillset to profit off a down market, folks that are making profit in this market are pros and experts with in-depth knowledge and skillset.

    • A lot of folks downplay the role of advlsors until being burnt by their own emotions. I remember couple summers back, after my lengthy divorce, I needed a good boost to help my business stay afloat, hence I researched for licensed advisors and came across someone of utmost qualifications. She’s helped grow my reserve notwithstanding inflation, from $275k to $850k.

    • that’s a double up in two years! seeing a lot of news on the rally, investors will make tons of profit with the right picks. would you mind disclosing info of this person guiding you please? my problem is I do not trust my guts in today’s mkt

    • I take guidance from ‘Meghan Maureen Kristensen‘ to meet my growth goals and avoid mistakes, she’s well-qualified and her page can be easily found on the net.

  11. Started my portfolio last year with SCHD, VOO, and VUG after watching one of your videos. In terms of share price, VOO is way up (22.25%) and VUG is waaaaay up (39.62%). Thanks for the education!

    • Isn’t VOO and VUG similar in the sense both are investing in the S&P 500? What is the difference? I thought it is generally advised against to invest in multiple ETFs or Mutual Funds?

    • @@alexyoung3126
      ETFs are complicated and every bit as risky as just ordinary securities. Unless you understand the underlying aspects of the individual ETF and how it is structured it really is no better than a security.

  12. Little off topic from what people are talking in the comments but I just feel so happy seeing both of them laughing, and happy, talking about their past, I always find those 2 such a gems.❤ Rest in peace, Charlie.

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