The millionaire said in his annual letter to shareholders that "all it takes to win in the stock market is time, calm, diversification and minimizing fees".
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Billionaire Warren Buffett posted a letter to investors Sunday claiming that "a patient and sensible monkey who builds a portfolio by throwing 50 arrows at a board that contains the entire S&P 500" could increase its capital.
According to The Motley Fool, Warren Buffett , President of the Holding Berkhire Hathaway , stated that "all it takes to win in the stock market is time, calm, diversification and minimizing fees."
In his message, Buffett said investors “will find CEOs and market gurus with compelling ideas. If they want price targets, managed profits, and “stories”, they won't be short of applicants. The & # 39; Technicians & # 39; be sure to instruct you what movements on a chart mean for the next move in a stock. The calls to action will never stop. ""
Omaha’s so-called Oracle also said retail investors can increase their capital as the collective value of stocks continues to grow.