As a novice investor, I have had to look to someone to provide me with great advice on how to jump start my investment portfolio.  I decided to look to the best and brightest investor that we all know of, Warren Buffett.  I don’t think I need to introduce him because I am sure you all know who I am talking about.  I think the financial advice that Warren Buffett provides is close to some of the best that you can get.  He is a super successful investor that continues to build his wealth each and every year.  This man knows what he is doing when it comes to money.  Anytime I can get some of his financial wisdom nuggets, I surely jump on it.  The only way to grow my investment portfolio is to learn from the best.  I don’t think I will ever get the chance to meet him, but you never know.  Maybe Mr. Buffett reads Debt RoundUp, just maybe…..

I got an email recently from bestfinanceschools.net that had created an awesome infographic about the 10 financial lessons we can learn from Warren Buffett.  Once I read through the whole thing, I knew that I needed to post it here.  I think you all will enjoy it, because I know that I did.  If you are just getting into investing or want to get more serious, then get to scanning this beauty.  I love a good infographic, so hats off to bestfinanceschools.net for putting this one together.  Enjoy!

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  1. I really like how Buffett is still so frugal. That’s an inspiration.

    On the other hand, this infographic is a bit misleading. A few of the investing tips are basically this: Learn how to analyze individual companies – then buy low, sell high. If it were that simple everyone would be a millionaire!

    Most individuals are much better off buying low cost index funds (or ETFs) from a company like Vanguard. Good options include:
    Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund (VTSMX)
    Vanguard Total International Stock Index Fund (VGTSX)
    Vanguard REIT Index Fund (VGSIX)

  2. While he lives in Omaha in an older house, he owns multiple vacation homes (that usually gets left out lol). Not that he doesn’t deserve it.

  3. Hi Grayson! That’s good information shared with bestfinanceschools. I am agree with all point but i am high impressed with #8 “make decisions to invest based on how well money is being used by company management.”

    1. That was a good one. You need to understand the company that you are investing in. This is why most people just invest in mutual funds or index funds because they don’t want to research individual company stocks.

      1. Hi Grayson! Thanks for your response and tips. I will go behind your suggestions. Yes, Index funds as an alternative investment option.

  4. That infographic is awesome.

    Buffett is my investing hero. We’re actually going to the Berkshire convention in Omaha next month for the first time ever. I figured that I’d better go soon since him and Charlie aren’t getting any younger.

    1. Lucky Mr. 1500. I hope you enjoy it and I am sure you will. He is an investing genius that I wish I could pick his brain.

  5. Warren Buffet no doubt one of the biggest investors and one of the best financial experts. In fact I have gone through many financial experts gesture that includes, the person who is successful knows how to manage his finance smartly. It starts from our home itself of planning and budgeting to get that expertise skill.