Warren Buffett: Tune Out The Noise And Focus On What Is “Knowable”Rupert Hargreaves
The investing world is full of noise. Investors are inundated with a constant drumbeat of information, from the financial media, Wall Street, and even their own advisors.
Companies and fund managers also provide investors with a stream of information, which makes it challenging to process vital facts. Tuning out this firehose of data requires practice and patience.
Focusing on what is important is something the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett, has had plenty of practice at over the past seven decades.
Looking for things that are important and knowable
Buffett bought his first stock when he was just a teenager . . .
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