|"Tips on Investing from Warren Buffett"|
Warren Buffett, America's most famous investor, is confident. And he's on a buying spree. He used the past eighteen months to pick up value. He made a wise statement for stock purchases. When you see value and when it's raining gold, reach for a bucket, not a thimble. Buffett did have strong words for leaders whose companies created disasters, but who still themselves live in grand style. They need to be held accountable and they should pay a heavy price. Speaking of price by the way, anyone who invested $2,000 in Berkshire Hathaway in 1965, would today have $80 million. Buffett's rule for investing? Rule number one: Never lose money. Rule number two: Never forget rule number one.
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