Best investors

Information about the world's best investors!


Lillaney, RTI For Money

6/1/20232 min read

warren buffett
warren buffett

There have been many successful investors throughout history, each with their own unique investment style and approach. Here are some of the most well-known and successful investors:

  1. Warren Buffett: Known as the "Oracle of Omaha," Buffett is considered one of the most successful investors of all time. He has a long-term investment strategy and focuses on buying undervalued companies with strong fundamentals. His most famous investments are Coke and See’s Candies.

  1. Peter Lynch: Lynch is a legendary mutual fund manager who was known for his "buy what you know" strategy. He believed that individual investors could find successful investments by focusing on companies and industries they understand well. He made the PEG ratio famous which compares the P/E of a company with its growth to determine if the stock is undervalued or overvalued.

  1. Ray Dalio: Dalio is the founder of Bridgewater Associates, one of the world's largest hedge funds. He is known for his principles-based approach to investing and his emphasis on risk management. He suggests having a well diversified portfolio of 10-15 assets that can work in all scenarios as is a macro investor.

  1. Benjamin Graham: Graham is known as the "father of value investing." His approach to investing involved analysing companies to determine their intrinsic value and then buying them when they were undervalued. He was one of the first people to analyse securities in an objective manner to make a decision on whether the securities are undervalued or overvalued.

  1. George Soros: Soros is a legendary hedge fund manager and philanthropist. He is known for his focus on macroeconomic trends and his ability to make large, successful bets on currencies and other financial instruments. He is most famous for his short trade in the pound which earned him the title of “The Man Who Broke the Bank of England”.

  1. John Paulson: Paulson is a hedge fund manager who became famous for his successful bet against the U.S. housing market before the financial crisis of 2008.

These investors have different investment styles and strategies, but they share a common trait of being disciplined and patient in their investments. They have also been successful in managing risk and adapting to changing market conditions over time.