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The Psychology of Money

Confounding Compounding

(Chapter 4)

The simplest fact about Warren Buffett's fortune: He is not just a good investor, but he has been a good investor for as long as 75+ years.

 

“Effectively all of Warren Buffett’s financial success can be tied to the financial base he built in his pubescent years and the longevity he maintained in his geriatric years. His skill is investing, but his secret is time.”

 

“Good investing isn’t necessarily about earning the highest returns…It’s about earning pretty good returns that you can stick with and which can be repeated for the longest period of time. That’s when compounding runs wild.”     

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