Wise words from world-class investment gurus


There are many different stock investing strategies. But primarily there are 3 types of strategies: value investing (Warren Buffett), trend investing (George Soros) and cycle investing (William Delbert Gann). There are also lots of speculation strategies, such as gap trading, breakthrough trading, channel trading, etc. But those are not systematic strategies, and only used by retail investors. For institutions, they will use AI and complex models to optimize their strategies.


Here we would like to share some wise words from world-class investment gurus:


Value Investing (fundamental analysis):


"The success of investors is based on existing knowledge and experience. You'd better invest professionally in a field you are familiar with. If you know little about the company and the details, you'd better stay away from it." - Roy Newberg


"Don't buy 'cheap' stocks just because they're cheap. Buy them because the fundamentals are improving." - Peter Lynch


“If you aren’t willing to own a stock for 10 years, don’t even think about owning it for 10 minutes.” - Warren Buffett



Trend Investing (technical analysis):


"The whole secret to winning big in the stock market is not to be right all the time, but to lose the least amount possible when you’re wrong." - William J. O'Neil


"One of the funny things about the stock market is that every time one person buys, another sells, and both think they are astute." - William Feather


"To others, being wrong is a source of shame; to me, recognizing my mistakes is a source of pride. Once we realize that imperfect understanding is the human condition, there is no shame in being wrong, only in failing to correct our mistakes." - George Soros



Cycle Investing (technical analysis):


"Every movement in the market is the result of a natural law and of a Cause which exists long before the Effect takes place and can be determined years in advance. The future is but a repetition of the past." - William Delbert Gann

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