The Weekly Nibbles: Warren Buffett, Disruption of Local Banks and Timeless Investment Lessons

Here are some of the more interesting articles that have appeared in the Motley Fool Singapore’s website over the past week. Let’s take a look at them.

1. 3 Great Investing Lessons From My Favourite Warren Buffett Speech

My Foolish colleague, Chong Ser Jing, explored his favourite speech given by Warren Buffett. The speech, titled The Superinvestors of Graham-and-Doddsville, was given in 1984. In his article, Ser Jing looked at three lessons he gained from the speech.

2. 1 Key Chart that Shows How Singapore’s Banks Are Being Disrupted

Many of Singapore’s businesses are facing disruption, including banks. In this piece, my fellow Fool Chin Hui Leong shows a chart that summarises how local banks may be disrupted by more nimble companies and what they are doing to keep up with technological changes.

3. 3 Investment Lessons To Pass Onto Your Children

There are certain investing principles that are timeless and that will stand the test of time. Three such principles are (1) having a margin of safety when investing, (2) focusing on the long-term, and (3) knowing the concept of valuing a business. If you want to know more and how to pass on these investment lessons to your next generation, check out this article.

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