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  1. Warren E. Buffett {offers|provides|uses} the following {advice|guidance|recommendations|suggestions} on the qualities of {a successful|an effective} {investor|financier}. Buffett {essentially|basically} {suggests|recommends} that {a successful|an effective} {investor|financier} does not {need|require} {an extraordinarily|an extremely} high IQ, {exceptional|remarkable|extraordinary} {business|company|service|organisation} acumen, or {inside information|details}. To {enjoy|delight in|take pleasure in} {a lifetime|a life time} of {successful|effective} investing, you {need|require} {a solid|a strong} decision-making {framework|structure} and the {ability|capability} to {maintain|preserve|keep} your {emotions|feelings}.
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  3. {A successful|An effective} {investment|financial investment} {strategy|technique|method} {requires|needs} a thoughtful {plan|strategy} {Developing|Establishing} {a plan|a strategy} is {not difficult|easy|simple}, {but|however} {staying with|sticking with} it {during|throughout} times of {uncertainty|unpredictability} and {events|occasions} that {seem|appear} to counter you {plan|prepare}'s {strategy|technique|method} is {often|frequently|typically} {difficult|challenging|tough|hard}. This tutorial {discusses|talks about|goes over} the {necessity|requirement|need} of {establishing|developing} a trading {plan|strategy}, what {investment|financial investment} {options|choices|alternatives} {best|finest} {suit|fit|match} your {needs|requirements}, and the {challenges|difficulties|obstacles} you {could|might} {encounter|experience|come across} if you {don't|do not} have {a plan|a strategy}
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  5. The {benefits|advantages} of {developing|establishing} a trading {plan|strategy}.
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  7. You can {establish|develop} {optimal|ideal|optimum} {circumstances|situations|scenarios} for experiencing {solid|strong} {investment|financial investment} {growth|development} if you {stick to|stay with|adhere to} your {plan|strategy} {despite|in spite of|regardless of} opposing popular {opinion|viewpoint}, {current|present|existing} {trends|patterns}, or {analysts|experts}' {forecasts|projections}. {Develop|Establish} your {investment|financial investment} {plan|strategy} and {focus on|concentrate on} your {long-term|long-lasting} {goals|objectives} and {objectives|goals}.
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  9. {Maintain|Preserve|Keep} {focus on|concentrate on} your {plan|strategy}.
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  11. All {financial|monetary} markets can be {erratic|unpredictable|irregular}. It {has|has actually} experienced {significant|considerable|substantial} {fluctuations|changes|variations} in {business|company|service|organisation} cycles, inflation, and {interest rates|rate of interest|rates of interest}, {along with|together with|in addition to} {economical|cost-effective|affordable} {recessions|economic downturns|economic crises} throughout the {past|previous} century. The 1990s experienced {a surge|a rise} of {growth|development} due to the {bull market|booming market} {pushing|pressing} the Dow Jones {industrial|commercial} average (DIJA) up 300 percent. This {economic|financial} {growth|development} was accompanied by low {interest rates|rate of interest|rates of interest} and inflation. {During|Throughout} this time, {an extraordinary|a remarkable|an amazing} {number of|variety of} Internet-based {technology|innovation} {firms|companies} were {created|produced|developed} due to the increased {popularity|appeal} of online commerce and other computer-reliant {businesses|companies|services|organisations}. This {growth|development} was {rapid|fast|quick} and {a downturn|a recession|a slump|a decline} {occurred|happened|took place} {just|simply} as {fast|quick}. {Between|In between} 2000 and 2002, the DIJA dropped 38 percent, {triggering|setting off|activating} {a massive|a huge|an enormous} sell-off of {technology|innovation} stocks which kept indexes in a depressed state well into the middle of 2001. {Large-scale|Massive} {corporate|business} accounting scandals {contributed to|added to} the {downturn|recession|slump|decline}. Then in the fall of 2001, the United States suffered {a catastrophic|a devastating|a disastrous} terrorist attack that {sent|sent out} the {nation|country} into a high level of {uncertainty|unpredictability} and {further|additional|more} {weakened|compromised|deteriorated|damaged} the strength of {the market|the marketplace}.
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  13. These are the {kinds of|type of|sort of} {events|occasions} that can tax your {emotions|feelings} in {terms of|regards to} your {investment|financial investment} {strategies|techniques|methods}. It's times like these that it is {imperative|essential|important|vital|crucial|necessary} that you have {a plan|a strategy} and {stick to|stay with|adhere to} it. This is when you {establish|develop} {a long-term|a long-lasting} {focus on|concentrate on} your {objectives|goals}. {Toward|Towards} {the end|completion} of 2002 through 2005, the DJIA {rose|increased} 44 percent. {Investors|Financiers} who let their {emotions|feelings} govern their trading {strategies|techniques|methods} and {sold off|sold} all their positions {missed out|lost out} on this upturn.
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  15. The {three|3} {deadly|fatal|lethal} sins and how to {avoid|prevent} them
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  17. The {three|3} {emotions|feelings} that accompany trading are {fear|worry}, hope, and greed. When {prices|costs|rates} plunge, fear compels you to {sell|offer} low without {reviewing|evaluating|examining} your position. Under these {circumstances|situations|scenarios}, you {should|ought to|must|need to} {revisit|review} the {original|initial} {reasons|factors} for your {investments|financial investments} and {determine|identify|figure out} if they {have|have actually} {changed|altered}. {For example|For instance}, you {might|may} {focus on|concentrate on} the {short term|short-term} and {immediately|instantly|right away} {sell|offer} when the {price|cost|rate} drops {below|listed below} its intrinsic {value|worth}. In this case, you {could|might} {miss out|lose out} if the {price|cost|rate} {recovers|recuperates}.
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  19. {An investment|A financial investment} {strategy|technique|method} that is {based on|based upon} hope {might|may} {compel|oblige|force} you to {buy|purchase} {certain|specific|particular} stocks {based on|based upon} the hope that {a company|a business}'s future {performance|efficiency} will {reflect on|assess|review} their {past|previous} {performance|efficiency}. This is what {occurred|happened|took place} {during|throughout} the {surge|rise} of the Internet-based, dot-com {companies|business} {during|throughout} the late 1990s. This is where you {need|require} to {devote|dedicate|commit} your {research|research study} into {a company|a business}'s {fundamentals|basics|principles} and less on their {past|previous} {performance|efficiency} when {determining|identifying|figuring out} the worth of their stock. Investing {primarily|mainly|mostly} on hope {could|might} have you {ending up|winding up} with {an overvalued|a miscalculated|a misestimated} stock with more {risk|danger|threat} of a loss than a gain.
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  21. The greed {emotion|feeling} can {distort|misshape} your {rationale|reasoning} for {certain|specific|particular} {investments|financial investments}. It can {compel|oblige|force} you to {hold onto|keep} a position for too long. If your {plan|strategy} is to hold out {a little|a bit|a little bit} longer to {gain|acquire|get} {a few|a couple of} {percentage|portion} points, your position {could|might} backfire and {result in|lead to} a loss. {Again|Once again}, in the late 1990s, {investors|financiers} were {enjoying|delighting in|taking pleasure in} double-digit gains on their Internet-company stocks. {Instead|Rather} of {scaling back|downsizing} on their {investments|financial investments}, {many|numerous|lots of} {individuals|people} {held onto|kept} their positions with the hope that the {prices|costs|rates} would keep {going up|increasing}. Even when the {prices|costs|rates} were {beginning|starting} to drop, {investors|financiers} held out hoping that their stocks would rally. {Unfortunately|Sadly|Regrettably}, the rally {never|never ever} {happened|occurred|took place} and {investors|financiers} experienced {substantial|considerable|significant} losses.
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  23. {An effective|An efficient|A reliable} {investment|financial investment} {plan|strategy} {requires|needs} that you {properly|correctly|appropriately|effectively} {manage|handle} the {three|3} {deadly|fatal|lethal} sins of investing.
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  25. The {key|essential|crucial} {components|elements|parts} of {an investment|a financial investment} {plan|strategy}
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  27. {Determine|Identify} your {investment|financial investment} {objectives|goals}
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  29. The {first|very first} {component|element|part} in your {investment|financial investment} {plan|strategy} is to {determine|identify} your {investment|financial investment} {objectives|goals}. The {three|3} {main|primary} {categories|classifications} {involved in|associated with} your {objectives|goals} are {income|earnings}, {growth|development}, and {safety|security}.
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  31. If your {plan|strategy} is to {establish|develop} {a steady|a stable|a consistent|a constant} {income|earnings} stream, your {objective|goal} {focuses on|concentrates on} the {income|earnings} {category|classification}. {Investors|Financiers} in this {category|classification} tend to be low-risk and {don't|do not} {require|need} capital {appreciation|gratitude}. They {use|utilize} their {investments|financial investments} as {an income|an earnings} source.
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  33. If your focus is on increasing your portfolio's {value|worth} over the long term, your {objective|goal} is growth-based. In contrast to the {income|earnings} {category|classification}, {investors|financiers} {strive for|pursue} capital {appreciation|gratitude}. {Investors|Financiers} in this {category|classification} tend to be {younger|more youthful} and have a longer {investment|financial investment} {time frame|timespan|amount of time}. If this is your {preferred|favored} {category|classification}, consider your age, {investment|financial investment} expectations, and tolerance to {risk|run the risk of}.
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  35. The {final|last} {category|classification} is {safety|security}. {Investors|Financiers} who {prefer|choose} to {prevent|avoid} loss of their {principle|concept} {investment|financial investment}. They {want to|wish to} {maintain|preserve|keep} the {current|present|existing} {value|worth} of their portfolio and {avoid risks|play it safe} that {are common|prevail} with stocks and other less {secure|protected|safe|safe and secure} {investments|financial investments}.
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  37. {Risk|Danger|Threat} tolerance
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  39. While the {main|primary} {reason|factor} for growing your portfolio is to increase your wealth, you {need|require} to {consider|think about} {how much|just how much} {risk|danger|threat} you {are willing|want} to take. If you {struggle with|battle with|fight with|deal with|have problem with} {the market|the marketplace}'s volatility, your {strategy|technique|method} {should|ought to|must|needs to} focus more on the {safety|security} or {income|earnings} {categories|classifications}. If you are more {resilient|durable|resistant} to {a fluctuating|a varying|a changing} market and can accept some losses, you {might|may} {favor|prefer} the {growth|development} {category|classification}. This {category|classification} has the {potential|capacity} for {higher|greater} gains. {Nevertheless|Nonetheless|However}, you {need|require} to be {honest|truthful|sincere} with yourself and the level of {risk|danger|threat} you {are willing|want} to take as you {set up|established} your {investment|financial investment} {plan|strategy}.
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  41. {Asset|Possession|Property} {Allocation|Allotment|Allowance}
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  43. As {discussed|talked about|gone over} in the previous {sections|areas}, part of your {investment|financial investment} {plan|strategy} is to {determine|identify} your {risk|danger|threat} tolerance and {investment|financial investment} {objectives|goals}. After you {establish|develop} these {components|elements|parts}, you can {begin|start} to {determine|identify|figure out} how you will {allocate|assign|designate} the {assets|possessions|properties} in your portfolio and how they will match your {goals|objectives} and {risk|run the risk of} tolerance. {For example|For instance}, if you {are interested in|have an interest in} pursuing a growth-oriented {category|classification}, you {could|might} {allocate|assign|designate} 60 percent in stocks, 15 percent in {cash|money} equivalents, and 25 percent in bonds.
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  45. {Make sure|Ensure|Make certain} your {asset|possession|property} {allocation|allotment|allowance} {reinforces|strengthens|enhances} your {objectives|goals} and {risk|run the risk of} tolerance. If your focus is on {safety|security}, your {objectives|goals} {need|require} to {include|consist of} safe, fixed-income {assets|possessions|properties} such as {money|cash|loan} market securities, {high-quality|top quality|premium} {corporate|business} securities (with high {debt|financial obligation} {ratings|scores|rankings}), and {government|federal government} bonds.
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  47. If your {strategy|technique|method} {focuses on|concentrates on} {an income|an earnings} {category|classification}, you {should|ought to|must|need to} {focus on|concentrate on} fixed-income {strategies|techniques|methods}. Your {investments|financial investments} {might|may} {include|consist of} bonds with lower {ratings|scores|rankings} that {provide|offer|supply} {higher|greater} yields and dividend-paying stocks.
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  49. If your focus is on the {growth|development} {category|classification}, your portfolio {should|ought to|must|needs to} {focus on|concentrate on} {common|typical} stock, {mutual|shared} funds, or exchange-traded funds (ETF). With this {category|classification}, you {need|require} to vigilant in {managing|handling} your portfolio by {regularly|routinely|frequently} {reviewing|evaluating|examining} your {objectives|goals} and {adjusting|changing} them according to your {risk|danger|threat} tolerance and {objectives|goals}.
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  51. {Effective|Efficient|Reliable} {asset|possession|property} {allocation|allotment|allowance} {helps|assists} you {establish|develop} {a guideline|a standard} for {properly|correctly|appropriately|effectively} {diversification|diversity} of your portfolio. This {enables|allows} you to {work toward|pursue} your {objectives|goals} and {manage|handle} {a comfortable|a comfy} {amount|quantity} of {risk|danger|threat}.
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  53. {Investment|Financial investment} {choices|options}
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  55. Your trading {strategy|technique|method} {includes|consists of} {deciding|choosing} what {types of|kinds of} {investments|financial investments} to {buy|purchase} and how you will {allocate|assign|designate} your {assets|possessions|properties}.
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  57. {Growth|Development}
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  59. If your {strategy|technique|method} is {based on|based upon} {growth|development}, you {might|may} {consider|think about} {mutual|shared} funds or ETFs that have high market-performance {potential|capacity}.
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  61. Wealth protection/income generation
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  63. If you {choose|select|pick} to pursue a wealth {protection|security|defense} {method|technique|approach}, you {might|may} {choose|select|pick} {government|federal government} bonds or professionally-managed {bond funds|mutual fund}.
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  65. {Choosing|Selecting|Picking} your own stocks
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  67. If you {prefer|choose} to {select|choose|pick} your own stocks, {establish|develop} some {rules|guidelines} for how you will {enter|go into|get in} and {exit|leave} your positions. You {objectives|goals} and {investment|financial investment} {strategies|techniques|methods} will {determine|identify|figure out} these {rules|guidelines}. Whatever {approach|method|technique} you {use|utilize}, one trading {rule|guideline} you {should|ought to|must|need to} {establish|develop} is to {use|utilize} stop-loss orders as {a form|a type|a kind} of {protection|security|defense} {against|versus} {downward|down} {price|cost|rate} {movements|motions}. {For example|For instance}, if your {investment|financial investment} drops 60 percent, it will {need|require} to increase 110 percent in order to {break even|recover cost}. You {choose|select|pick} the {price|cost|rate} that you will set the order, {but|however} {a good|a great|an excellent} {rule|guideline} to follow is to set a stop-loss order at 10 percent {below|listed below} the purchase {price|cost|rate} for {long-term|long-lasting} {investments|financial investments} and a stop-loss order at 3-to-5 percent for {short term|short-term} trades.
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  69. Your {strategy|technique|method} {might|may} {also|likewise} {include|consist of} {investing in|purchasing|buying} professionally-managed {products|items} such as {mutual|shared} funds. These {give|provide|offer} you access to {professional|expert} {money|cash|loan} {managers|supervisors}. If you {hope to|wish to|intend to|want to} {use|utilize} {mutual|shared} funds to increase the {value|worth} of your portfolio, {choose|select|pick} {growth|development} funds that {focus on|concentrate on} capital {appreciation|gratitude}. If your intent is to pursue an income-oriented {approach|method|technique}, {choose|select|pick} income-generating {avenues|opportunities} such as dividend-paying stocks or {bond funds|mutual fund}. {Make sure|Ensure|Make certain} your {allocation|allotment|allowance} and {risk|danger|threat} structure {align|line up} with your {diversification|diversity} and {risk|danger|threat} tolerance.
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  71. Index funds and ETFs
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  73. Index funds and ETFs are passively-managed {products|items} that have low {fees|charges|costs} and tax {efficiencies|effectiveness|performances} (lower than actively-managed funds). These {investments|financial investments} {could|might} be {a good way|a great way|an excellent way} to {manage|handle} your {asset|possession|property} {allocation|allotment|allowance} {plan|strategy} {because|since|due to the fact that} they are {low-cost|inexpensive|affordable|low-priced} and well diversified. {Essentially|Basically}, they are baskets of stocks that represent an index, a sector, or {a country|a nation}.
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  75. Summary
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  77. The most {important|essential|crucial} {component|element|part} in reaching your {investment|financial investment} {goals|objectives} is your {plan|strategy}. It {helps|assists} you {establish|develop} {investment|financial investment} {guidelines|standards} and a level of {protection|security|defense} {against|versus} loss. It{'s important| is essential| is very important| is necessary} that you {develop|establish} {a plan|a strategy} {based on|based upon} {an honest|a truthful|a sincere} {assessment|evaluation} of your {investment|financial investment} {style|design}, level of {risk|danger|threat} tolerance, and {objectives|goals}. You {also|likewise} {must|should|need to} {avoid|prevent} letting your {emotions|feelings} {influence|affect} your {investment|financial investment} {decisions|choices} even {during|throughout} the more {discouraging|frustrating|disheartening} times.
  78. If you are still {uncertain|unpredictable|unsure} about your {ability|capability} to {effectively|efficiently|successfully} {develop|establish} and follow {a plan|a strategy}, {consider|think about} {employing|utilizing|using} the services of {an investment|a financial investment} {advisor|consultant}. This {person|individual}'s {expertise|proficiency|knowledge|competence|know-how} can {help|assist} you {adhere to|follow|stick to|abide by|comply with} {a solid|a strong} {plan|strategy} to {meet|satisfy|fulfill} your {investment|financial investment} {objectives|goals}.
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