Warren Buffet is an investment guru and one of the richest and most respected businessmen in the world. He was born on August 30, 1930, in Omaha, Nebraska. Also know as as the “Oracle of Omaha” Today’s article will go When to start in order to end up well. So lets start with an incidence which comply with this article.
Warren Buffet Regret of Starting at 11 years(late start!!)
Warren often visited his father’s stock brokerage shop as a child, and chalked in the stock prices on the blackboard in the office. At 11 years old he made his first investment, buying three shares of Cities Service Preferred at $38 per share. The stock quickly dropped to only $27, but Buffett held on tenaciously until they reached $40. He sold his shares at a small profit, but regretted the decision when Cities Service shot up to nearly $200 a share. He later cited this experience as an early lesson in patience in investing.
First Entrepreneurial Venture
By the age of 13, Buffett was running his own businesses as a paperboy and selling his own horseracing tip sheet. That same year, he filed his first tax return, claiming his bike as a $35 tax deduction.
Source : Biography.com
So, guys starting means starting, not taking everything up, and it means to be very early in your life, I personally regret remembering mathematically formulas and giving examinations as these thing meant nothing now. Warren Buffet once wished he had started prior to 11 years!
Early to bed, early to rise
This proverb applies to the When to start so you end up well, So start as soon as you get aware you love the thing and its you forever business till the end, Don’t hesitate! Never fear because according to Missile Man Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam fear has to meanings
Fear = fear everything and run
fear = face everything and rise
The choice is yours, what you want to do, later one will be harder than former, but it will make you more happy than former one