Warren Buffet Offers His Investment Success Tips
If you’re going to get investment advice from someone, it makes sense to listen to someone with years of experience and success. This is why 30,000 people flock to hear Warren Buffett speak when he sets out to give investment advice to fellow investors. One of Buffett’s biggest investment suggestions is to table your emotions and refuse to give in to excitement when others are excited.
Avoid Emotions For Successful Investing According To Buffett
The best way to invest successfully in a business is to learn as much as you can about the business, but also to avoid excitable tendencies when making investment decisions. This is particularly true in an investment environment like today when the stock market is roaring in to new highs. It’s easy to become excited and jump on the band wagon, even if it may or may not be the best investment decision.
Buffet Shares Concerns About Fed’s Stimulus Program
When asked about the Fed’s stimulus program, Buffett responded saying “It’s a lot easier to buy things than it is to sell them.” Meaning, it’s no trouble for the Fed to engage in its $85 billion/month of buying mortgage backed securities and U.S. Treasuries. The trouble will come when they begin to offload them. Buffets fear is that it will be “very inflationary” for the economy when the Fed begins to not only stop purchasing, but also begin selling the bonds and securities.
It will be interesting to see how it all plays out with the stock market hitting record highs nearly every week, and with the Fed making preparations to back off of stimulus. As an investor the next several months could be very precarious as the economy will be facing much unchartered territory. Speak to a Redhawk Financial Advisor near you to gain information on how to invest your money given the current investment environment. Redhawk Advisors are dedicated to watching the market for you, to give you current advice, when you need it the most in order to protect your hard earned assets.
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