Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Warren Buffett Invests Like a Girl: And Why You Should Too- an interview with LouAnn Lofton on EGG Live!
This episode is #11 of all time in popularity on Solutionz Live.
Investing isn't a man's world anymore—and that's a good thing for individual portfolios, Wall Street, and the world's financial system.
Warren Buffett and the women of the world have one thing in common: They are better investors than the average man. Psychologists and scientists have shown that women have the kind of temperaments that help them achieve long-term success in the market.
This book shows that women, with their patience and good decision making, epitomize the Foolish investment philosophy, as well as the investment temperament of the most successful investor in history: Warren Buffett.
LouAnn Lofton has been proudly investing "like a girl" since she was a girl. After losing her father at age 14, she resolved to take control of her own financial future and became obsessed with learning how to invest. Her quest led her to Warren Buffett in 1994 and The Motley Fool in 2000, where she rose to the position of managing editor of Fool.com. The book allowed her to finally meet her investment idol.
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