This week Phil and Danielle discuss the importance of making your own investing choices. It’s easy for someone to follow Warren Buffett and to likely make money if you mirror his choices, but it’s what happens when he pulls his money out of the market and you don’t know what to do with your money… that’s when you run into trouble.
Phil shares his legendary Steve Jobs story and discusses the importance of always seeing the bigger picture when it comes to investing. Phil and Danielle discuss their mistakes they have made and lessons they have learned as investors.
Danielle also launched “The Invested Practice” which is her newsletter all about her figuring things out as an investor. Phil compares it to having someone guide you step by step up a mountain, giving you the tools you need to get to the top.
New Contest Alert! Phil and Danielle are launching their Finding Buffett Treasure Hunt this week! Tune in now to get all the details on how you can get 3 months to Danielle’s newsletter FREE along with a private Q&A Webinar with Phil and Danielle and VIP seating at Phil’s next workshop. Join us on the podcast today!
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