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By Natasha Johns

Covid-19 has impacted and changed everyone’s lives in so many ways and it is going to take time to recover from such a global epidemic.

With social distancing restrictions starting to ease (in the hope of returning to a new form of normal) we want to take this opportunity to focus on the positive of today, while also being respectful to those who have encountered the adverse effects of COVID-19 hardship.

During tough times… there is always a lesson, which may be to get smarter for the next tough times.

Warren Buffett is one of the Warren most influential investors, business tycoon, and philanthropist in the world with a net worth of US$88.9 billion as of December 2019, making him the fourth-wealthiest person in the world.

While we cannot all be a Warren Buffett, we can learn in small steps, how to be better investors.

  1. Learn and adapt to change and don’t get emotional (which is probably the hardest investment challenge)
  2. Invest only in things you understand
  3. It is much better to buy a wonderful company at a fair price than a fair company at a wonderful price.
  4. The price is what you pay, the value is what you get. The secret is to buy quality when the price is
  5. 5. Predicting rain doesn’t count but building an ark does. We may not know when the change or crash may come, but we can be smart and develop a forward-thinking strategic
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