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Warren Buffett is known as the Greatest Stock Market Investor of the last 5 decades. In 2015, he was ranked by Forbes Magazine as the 3rd wealthiest person in the world. He is known for many wise sayings about investments; the world of money; and life.
This is a turbulent time in the world of money. By mid-February, 2016, most U.S. stock market indices were down 10-16% from their all-time in May, 2015. The Dow-Jones Index closed on Friday, 4/24/2016 at 18,003.75, within 2% of the 52-week high on May 18, 2015, when the Dow-Jones Index closed at 18,298.88. People are confused as to how to protect their money.
In 2014, I wrote a 6-part series on Social Security Strategies with the first article, “How Social Security Strategies Affect Your Retirement”, 5/23/2014 AZ Republic by Dr. Harold Wong. The average retirement benefit was $1,294. For older Baby Boomers, full retirement age for purposes of Social Security (SS) benefits is 66. Only 5.2% of men waited until age 66 and only 1.2% waited until age 70 to take SS retirement benefits. Example: if SS benefits at age 66 were $2,000 per month, it would only be $1,500 at age 62 and $2,640 monthly at age 70. So why don’t people maximize their SS benefits?
According to recent research (see, “How Social Security Strategies Affect Your Retirement”, May 23, 2014 AZ Republic by Dr. Harold Wong), the average Social Security check to retired workers in 2012016-03-26 06:01:474 was $1,294 per month. Clearly, this is not enough to live on for a single woman. If the amount is doubled for a couple, it’s still not enough to have a comfortable lifestyle.
Warren Buffett is the 3rd wealthiest person in the world and is also known as “The Stock Market King”. The Rockefeller Trust was used extensively by John D. Rockefeller, who was the wealthiest man in the world 150 years ago when he consolidated the oil industry. Both were super wealthy titans of their eras. Given their unique perspectives on making money, what would Buffet like about the Rockefeller Trust.
Warren Buffett is known as “The Stock Market King”. He was recently ranked the 3rd wealthiest person in the world. He is known for many of his sayings about keys for success in investing and life:
The first 2 weeks opening in the U.S. stock market was considered the worst opening 2 weeks ever. This negative performance also occurred in other stock markets in Europe and Asia. On January 12, 2016, the Royal Bank of Scotland said “Sell everything except high-grade bonds”. Now that we have passed February 15, 2016, many stock markets around the world have dropped 10-20% in value.