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The Hidden Strategies of Billionaire Investors
Attempting to mimic an investor today is like playing solitaire with no one to compete against. It's a waste of time, and all you'll end up doing is losing your money, neglecting one of the most powerful forces in the universe: compound interest.
There's always the argument that, depending on when you start investing, you'll have a better chance of the compound interest snowball working in your favor.
If you're one of those who read Peter Lynch and want to play the role of being him, let me tell you that you're wasting your time, and you're likely to retire later and poorer.
The trick is to borrow some key aspects from each of the investors you admire the most. Today, I'll share the insights from those I admire the most. Here we go:
In this case, there's no room for debate. What's intriguing about him is not his method of analyzing businesses. Many people attempt to replicate his approach, which involves reading all the reports of every company, maintaining zero bias, and, m…