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  • When you think about investing. The first thing that comes into your mind is this complicated

    當你想到投資的時候。的時候,你首先想到的是這種複雜的

  • world of the stock market where no one seems to clearly understand what's going on. Because

    股市的世界,似乎沒有人清楚地瞭解發生了什麼。因為

  • whenever things seem to go in the right direction, we end up facing a financial disaster.

    每當事情似乎朝著正確的方向發展時,我們最終都會面臨一場財務災難。

  • But unlike everyone else, one gentleman seems to know a secret formula when it comes to

    但與其他人不同的是,有一位先生似乎知道一個祕方,當它涉及到...

  • investing. Over his life, he continuously made successful investments over and over

    投資。在他的一生中,他不斷地進行著成功的投資,一次又一次的投資

  • and he is considered by many, as the greatest investor of all time.

    他被許多人認為是有史以來最偉大的投資者。

  • He was so good that just by the age of 16, he already made over 53K thousand dollars.

    他太厲害了,才16歲,就已經賺了5.3萬多塊錢。

  • It still surprises me, how Harvard didn't accept him, they probably regret it now.

    我還是很驚訝,哈佛大學怎麼沒有錄取他,他們現在可能後悔了。

  • But that doesn't matter, because what we are going to focus on this video is, how does

    但這並不重要,因為我們要關注的是,在這個視頻中,是如何做到的

  • warren Buffett invest?

    巴菲特投資?

  • a lot of people out there are eager to invest but they don't know which companies to invest

    有很多人渴望投資,但他們不知道該投資哪些公司。

  • in? So I thought, How about we take a look at a step by step process of how Buffett's

    中的?所以我就想,不如我們來看看巴菲特是如何一步步的將自己的

  • picks a stock. He doesn't randomly invest, if you take a look at all the companies he

    挑選股票。他並不是隨意投資的,如果你看一下他所有的公司

  • has ever invested, you will realize that they are interconnected?

    有過投資的人,你會發現它們是相互關聯的?

  • They have similar traits, similar values, and function in a similar way, so let's find

    它們有著相似的特徵、相似的價值、相似的功能,所以我們要找到

  • out why does he prefer one stock over the other? why does he picks this company over

    為什麼他喜歡一個股票比其他? 為什麼他選擇這家公司比

  • all the others?

    所有其他的?

  • Simple & Direct

    簡單直接

  • Warren Buffett is a long term investor, he couldn't care less about how the company

    巴菲特是一個長期的投資者,他不能關心公司是如何

  • is going to perform today or tomorrow or even next year. His primary concern is, where the

    是今天還是明天甚至明年的表現。他最關心的是,哪裡的

  • company is going to be 10 years from now or 15 years from now. But its quite difficult

    公司將在10年後或15年後。但這是相當困難的

  • to predict that if the company is too complicated. So he just looks for businesses that are simple

    來預測,如果公司太複雜。所以他就找那些簡單的企業

  • and direct. This is the product, these are the customers and this is why they are going

    和直接。這就是產品,這就是客戶,這就是他們為什麼要去

  • to buy it, you don't have to be a genius to understand their business model, its so

    買它,你不必是一個天才瞭解他們的商業模式,它是如此。

  • simple that even a little kid would understand it. That's what Buffett loves, because, the

    簡單到連小孩子都會明白。這就是巴菲特喜歡的,因為,巴菲特喜歡的是。

  • simpler the business model, the easier it gets to predict if their products are going

    商業模式越簡單,就越容易預測他們的產品是否會

  • to stay relevant 10 years from now. 2. will the customer buy the product again

    以保持10年後的相關性。2.客戶是否會再次購買該產品

  • The second trait is, will the customer buy the product again and why? And this is remarkably

    第二個特點是,客戶會不會再次購買產品,為什麼?這是非常重要的

  • important because if you have the kind of a product that would sell once and the client

    重要的是,如果你有一種產品,會賣一次,而客戶

  • wouldn't need it anymore, then your market is limited. A great product is when your clients

    不會再需要它了,那麼你的市場是有限的。一個好的產品是當你的客戶

  • would keep coming back for it, every day or every week or even every year.

    會不斷地回來找它,每天或每週甚至每年。

  • Like bread, if you are selling bread, you would expect the exact same customers to come

    就像麵包一樣,如果你是賣麵包的,你會期望有一模一樣的顧客來。

  • back tomorrow or next week over and over and 10 years from people would still need bread.

    回到明天或下週,一次又一次,10年後人們仍然需要麵包。

  • You might sell it in a different way, or a different form, you might improve the quality,

    你可能會用不同的方式,或者不同的形式來銷售,你可能會提高質量。

  • package it fancier, but it's still the same product that people would keep coming back

    包裝得更漂亮,但它仍然是同樣的產品,人們會不斷地回來。

  • for. And that's what makes iPhone by the way,

    為。而這也是iPhone的由來。

  • one of the greatest products in history because people kept coming back for it every September

    歷史上最偉大的產品之一,因為人們每年9月都會回過頭來看它。

  • even though it's not a necessity like breadIn fact, that's the reason behind the subscription

    儘管它並不是像麵包那樣的必需品。 事實上,這也是訂閱的原因。

  • business model, where the businesses would charge you a little fee every month like Netflix

    商業模式,企業會像Netflix一樣每個月向你收取一點費用。

  • for example or ever year like amazon prime. because its a more sustainable strategy.

    比如說,或者像亞馬遜黃金版那樣每年都有,因為它是一個更可持續的策略。

  • But at the end of the day, it all comes down to how much value you get for that subscription.

    但歸根結底,這一切都要看你的訂閱有多少價值。

  • An average book costs around 15 dollar but if someone would take the best insights from

    一本普通的書成本約為15美元,但如果有人想從這本書中獲得最好的見解,就必須要有足夠的時間來學習。

  • thousands upon thousands of nonfiction books and summarises them into a 15 minute read

    數以千計的非小說類書籍,並將其歸納為15分鐘的閱讀量。

  • and listen for half of the price of the book. Thats a subscription worth giving a shot!

    並聽取了一半的書的價格。這是個值得一試的訂閱!

  • Fortunately there is an app that provides that much value for such a little fee - its

    幸運的是,有一個應用程序,提供了這麼多的價值,這麼少的費用 - 它的

  • called vBlinkist! In Today's age its difficult to sit down

    稱為vBlinkist!在今天的時代,它很難坐下來。

  • and learn, since we are surrounded with so many distraction and social media is just

    和學習,因為我們周圍有太多的分心,而社交媒體僅僅是

  • wasting hours upon hours of our time and you need Blinkist to get the best ideas from the

    浪費我們數小時的時間,你需要Blinkist來獲得最好的想法,從。

  • greatest non fiction books. Now I am listening to The Future of Capitalism

    最偉大的非虛構類書籍。現在我在聽《資本主義的未來》。

  • that was recommended by Bill gates. It explains why and how exactly Capitalism worked and

    是比爾-蓋茨推薦的。它解釋了為什麼以及資本主義究竟是如何運作的,以及

  • why we ended up in the society that benefits only the few at the top. By analysing the

    為什麼我們會落到只有少數高層受益的社會。通過分析

  • past and the present, the author gives his perspective about how capitalism would look

    縱觀古今,作者從自己的角度出發,講述了資本主義的發展歷程。

  • in the future and those who understand it would be able to take advantage of it.

    在未來,瞭解它的人將能夠利用它。

  • The first 100 people to go to [YOUR LINK] are going to get unlimited access for 1 week

    前100名進入[你的鏈接]的人將獲得1周的無限訪問權。

  • to try it out. You'll also get 25% off if you want the full membership.

    來試一試。如果你想成為正式會員,還可以享受25%的折扣。

  • But Now, Lets get back to Warren Buffet.

    但現在,讓我們回到巴菲特身上。

  • 3. Brand Name

    3.品牌名稱

  • And the 3rd component is the brandPeople have the tendency to buy from the companies

    而第3個組成部分就是品牌。人們傾向於從公司購買。

  • that they feel connected to or familiar. Whos sneakers would you buy, the first ones

    他們覺得連接或熟悉。你會買誰的運動鞋,第一雙。

  • are from a brand that you have never heard of and the second ones are good old Nike's.

    是來自一個品牌,你從來沒有聽說過,第二個是好老耐克的。

  • Even if they look fancier or, you probably would hesitate to buy them because you simply

    即使它們看起來更漂亮,或者,你可能會猶豫是否要買它們,因為你只是

  • haven't heard of that brand beforeOn the other side, you easily recognize Nikeits

    以前沒聽說過這個品牌。 另一邊,你很容易認出耐克,它的

  • a well-established brand, you easily recognise it and they are known for making great sneakers.

    一個成熟的品牌,你很容易認出它,他們以製造偉大的運動鞋而聞名。

  • You might already be wearing a pair of Nike shoes, so what would you chose.

    你可能已經穿了一雙耐克鞋,那麼你會選擇什麼。

  • And that's why Buffett pays such important attention to how powerful is the brand name

    而這也是巴菲特為什麼如此重視品牌的力量有多大的原因。

  • before throwing his billions into that company. He understands how big of an of influence

    在把他的幾十億投進那家公司之前。他明白自己的影響力有多大

  • it's going to have on the consumer's decision. In fact, if the brand is strong enough, consumers

    會對消費者的決策產生影響。事實上,如果品牌足夠強大,消費者

  • would buy almost anything that company produces.

    幾乎會購買該公司生產的任何產品。

  • Warren Buffet is one of the major investors in Coca-Cola. In fact, he started investing

    巴菲特是可口可樂的主要投資者之一。事實上,他開始投資

  • in Coca-Cola back in 1988, and his investments since then have grown by over 16 times.

    早在1988年就入股可口可樂,此後他的投資增長了16倍以上。

  • And coca-cola one of the few companies that have all the traits Buffett look at before

    而可口可樂是少數幾家具備巴菲特之前看中的所有特徵的公司之一。

  • considering investing. First of all, their business model, it's so

    考慮投資。首先,他們的商業模式,是如此的。

  • simple that anyone would understand it. what do they sell, a drink!

    他們賣的是什麼,一種飲料!

  • who are their potential customers? pretty much anyone who is thirsty! the entire

    他們的潛在客戶是誰?

  • world! Is it a one-time product or their clients

    世界上!是一次性的產品還是他們的客戶?是一次性產品還是他們的客戶

  • would keep coming back for it every now and then? Of course they will keep coming back,

    會不會時不時地回來看?當然,他們會繼續回來。

  • some people drink 4 or 5 cans a day. its a product that satisfies one of our most important

    有些人一天喝4到5罐,它的產品滿足了我們最重要的一個需求。

  • needs! and once you get used it, its addictive, its not easy to quite even if its unhealthy!

    需要!而一旦你習慣了它,它的上癮,它不容易相當,即使它的不健康!

  • However, it has a lot of competitors, I mean the shops are filled with endless number of

    但是,它有很多競爭者,我的意思是,商店裡充斥著無窮無盡的。

  • soft drinks, they are so many of them that it seems like there is a new soft drink company

    軟飲料,他們是如此之多,似乎有一個新的軟飲料公司。

  • emerges every other day! but the coca cola brand name is so powerful that out of 20 or

    每隔一天就會出現!但可口可樂的品牌名稱是如此強大,在20個或。

  • 30 options, you easily recognise it. Most people would probably pick Coca-Cola without

    30個選項,你很容易認出它。大多數人可能會選擇可口可樂,而不會選擇。

  • even thinking. and if its out of stock, you probably would

    如果它的缺貨,你很可能會。

  • go to another store instead of choosing one of the 30 other options they have.

    去另一家商店,而不是選擇其他30個選項之一,他們有。

  • Think about it, 1.8 billion cans are sold every single day. If the company will earn

    想一想,每天都有18億罐的銷量。如果公司將賺取

  • a single penny out of every can that why sell, that's 18 million dollars a day, or 6 570M

    一分錢一罐,為什麼要賣,這就是1800萬美元一天,或6個570萬

  • a year. But with such a powerful brand that they have, they can charge more than a penny

    一年的時間。但他們擁有如此強大的品牌,他們可以收取超過一分錢的費用。

  • for every can.

    每罐的。

  • Thats why Buffett bought 1 billion dollars of coca cola shares back in 1988. Its his

    這就是為什麼巴菲特在1988年買了10億美元的可口可樂股票。這是他的

  • biggest investment, he was confident that 10, 20 or even 30 years later, this company

    最大的投資,他有信心在10年、20年甚至30年後,這家公司的

  • will just keep growing, regardless if the economy will crush, or another financial crises

    不管經濟是否會崩潰,還是另一場金融危機,都會繼續增長。

  • is on a horizon. Let's take a look at another example. In 1989,

    是在一個地平線上。我們再來看看另一個例子。在1989年的時候。

  • Warren invested 600 Million dollars in Gillette. The company that makes razors. If you give

    沃倫投資6億美元 在吉列。該公司,使刮鬚刀。如果你給

  • it a closer look. Gillette holds the exact same position in its industry as Coca-Cola

    它的仔細觀察。吉列在同行業中的地位與可口可樂完全相同。

  • does in beveragesThey are like twin brothers.

    在飲料中也是如此。 他們就像一對孿生兄弟。

  • Regardless of what happens, people will still shave. And their products are just filling

    不管發生什麼,人們還是會刮鬍子。而他們的產品只是在填補

  • that basic human need. You don't need to have an IQ of 150 to understand why people

    人類的基本需求。你不需要有150的智商就能理解為什麼人們...

  • are buying razors or while they will keep coming back for that product even 10 years

    購買刮鬚刀或當他們會繼續回來的產品,即使10年。

  • from now. But of course, Gillete isn't the only company

    從現在開始。但當然,Gillete並不是唯一的公司。

  • in its insutry , it has a ton of competitors, however, if you ask people to name a razor

    在它的內部,它有一噸的競爭對手,但是,如果你問人們說出一個刮鬚刀的名字。

  • brand other than Gillette, 90% of people won't be able to do that.

    吉列以外的品牌,90%的人都做不到。

  • Do you see how it perfectly matches with all the requirement that buffet has. Its a simple

    你看它怎麼完全符合自助餐的所有要求。它是一個簡單的

  • product that people would keep buying and it has a strong brand name.

    產品,人們會持續購買,而且它有一個強大的品牌名稱。

  • The exact same story repeats with See's Candy. In fact, it has been one of his best

    完全相同的故事在See的糖果上重演。事實上,這一直是他最好的作品之一。

  • investments ever. Even though that the company wasn't as profitable as buffett wanted,

    有史以來的投資。儘管那家公司並沒有像巴菲特想的那樣盈利。

  • it had an extremely strong brand, that made all the difference.

    它有一個非常強大的品牌,這使得所有的差異。

  • Buffet realized that people don't usually buy candy's for themselves but usually as

    巴菲特意識到,人們通常不會為自己買糖,但通常作為

  • gifts to others.  So people would keep coming back for Chrismas,

    禮物給別人。 所以人們會不斷地回來參加Chrismas。

  • valentine's day, birthdays whatever.   So, he acquired the company in 1972 for

    情人節、生日什麼的。 所以,他在1972年以

  • 25 Million dollars when it was making roughly 4 million dollars in profit. Since then, Company's

    2500萬美元,當時它的利潤大概是400萬美元。此後,公司的

  • profit increased 20 times over the next 35 years. In 2007, their profit exceeded 82 Million

    在接下來的35年裡,利潤增長了20倍。2007年,他們的利潤超過8200萬

  • dollars.

    美元。

  • Buffett always stayed out of the tech world, but recently he massively invested in apple.

    巴菲特總是不參與科技界的活動,但最近他大規模投資了蘋果。

  • We live in an age where technology has become more of a need than want. And apple keeps

    我們生活在這樣一個時代,科技已經成為一種需求,而不是想要。而蘋果一直

  • creating the type of tech that people keep coming back for. Apple has an army of fans

    創造出人們不斷回味的科技類型。蘋果擁有一支粉絲大軍

  • who update their iPhones every single year. Of course apple isn't the only tech company

    誰每年都會更新他們的iPhone。當然蘋果並不是唯一的科技公司。

  • out there, but it definitely has the strongest brand name.

    有,但它絕對是最強的品牌。

  • Of course you still have to look at the financial statement of the company, consider other factors

    當然你還是要看公司的財務報表,要考慮其他因素

  • that will influence the future of the company. and each company has some unique circumstances,

    會影響公司的未來.而每個公司都有一些獨特的情況。

  • but overall, these are the 3 most important factor to consider when you are thinking

    但總的來說,這3個因素是你在考慮時最重要的因素。

  • where to throw your money in.

    在哪裡投錢。

  • If you have found this video, helpful, give it a thumbs up and let me know if you want

    如果你覺得這個視頻,有幫助,給它豎起大拇指,讓我知道,如果你要

  • to see more similar videos. Thanks for watching and until next time.

    查看更多類似視頻。謝謝觀看,下次再來。

When you think about investing. The first thing that comes into your mind is this complicated

當你想到投資的時候。的時候,你首先想到的是這種複雜的

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