Sunday, February 11, 2007

What's in Warren Buffett's wallet?

"Warren Buffett's 24-year-old wallet was recently purchased for $210,000 at a charity auction because it included a stock tip. But before Buffett sent his wallet to the winning bidder, he removed a significant and personal item that reveals 10 secrets to his extraordinary wealth-building success."

I just came across this info yesterday. You can read about it here. This should be a great addition to Flatwallet's wallet since there is a lot of room.

2 comments:

Flatwallet said...

I can see your wallet has been getting fatter these days. It's really nice to see that you have discovered Mr. Buffet's secrets and you are willing to share. I will admit that your recent success has inspired me. More importantly, I love the positive attitude. Keep up the great work and I look forward to blogging along side you and many others for years to come.

LP

onebadtrade said...

Thanks.

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I have been trading for 5 years. It took close to a year before I became profitable. I find that I am improving gradually each year. My method of choice is scalping. My edge lies in tape reading NYSE stocks and staying on the side of the specialist. That is the method I learned when I started. As I build up my capital I will try new styles and trade new markets. In late 2006 my trading hit a rough patch after the introduction of the NYSE Hybrid system. For most of 2007, I have been on a search for new strategies that would help me adapt to the market.