Warren Buffet and Charlie Munger Give Advice

 

Two of the richest men in the world, and the brains behind Berkshire Hathaway.

I’m a big believer in behavioral finance, and that our behavior many times is the deciding factor whether we’re successful or not.

I like this quote from Warren Buffet

Temperament is more important than IQ. You need reasonable intelligence, but you absolutely have to have the right temperament. Otherwise, something will snap you.

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