19. Warren Buffett’s 2nd Rule – Understanding Capital Gains Tax

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In this lesson, students learned the importance of buying an asset that they can hold for ever. Buy purchasing a company that has long term prospects, the owner (or stock holder) doesn’t have to continually pay capital gains tax. When comparing the capital gains tax of a person that trades in the short term, it becomes very obvious that it’s not advantageous.

By purchasing a company with long term prospects, you’re not only minimizing your capital gains tax, but you also enjoy the sustained earnings through time.

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