Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Aduhai saham... jatuh ari nie...wah menyesalnya ba x dpt beli...sri gila2 interested ngan satu caunter nie...pulakmak...gila jatuh mcm nangka bucuk...besh gila kalu aq ada duit tau...wah!!!nak apakan now signal 4 all investor to buy...good opportunity ma!!!!!!tp pelik jugak kat owg ramai...time saham tu tgh laju jer naik...tyme tu jugak lar nak beli...tyme jatuh x nak beli......pelik2x.....


He became America’s second or third richest man, and a living legend.

Warren Buffett's Investment Principles
Stock investments should be looked at in the same way as buying a business. The stock investor is really buying a tiny share or partnership and should apply the same principles that they would in buying a business – the Benjamin Graham approach:

1. The company should be soundly managed. Tests of good management include:

* Share buybacks
* Good use of retained earnings
* Sticking to what you know

2. The company has demonstrated earning capacity with a likelihood that this will continue. Tests of earning capacity include:

* Company growth
* Dealing with inflation
* Capital expenditure
* Look through earnings
* Brand names

3. The company should have consistently high returns. Warren Buffett would look at both:

* Returns on equity
* Returns on capital

4. The company should have a prudent approach to debt.

5. The businesses of the company should be simple and the investor should have an understanding of the company.

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6. Assuming that all these thresholds are satisfied, the investment should only be made at a reasonable price, with a margin of safety. This is always a matter for independent judgment by the investor but it is relevant to consider:

* Price/earnings ratios
* Earnings and Dividend yields
* Book value
* Comparative rates of return

8. Investors need to take a long term approach.

I want to be like Warren Buffett!!!!next time sy update ngan info pasal warrent yer

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