College Student Convinced He’s The Next Warren Buffett After Reading The Intelligent Investor

CONNECTICUT – Jordan Ellison, 20, convinced himself over the summer he will become the next Warren Buffett after reading The Intelligent Investor.  “It’s highly likely I will become the next Warren Buffett,” Jordan stated.  “I’m already halfway through The Intelligent Investor the second time and and will likely read it one more time before summer is over.”

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Jordan manages $750 dollars in his Robinhood account he saved up mowing lawns over the summer.  “I own a fractional share of Tesla, Google, Netflix and Facebook.  I’d say I’m one of the best capital allocators of our time.”

Over the next few months Jordan plans write for Seeking Alpha, listen to numerous investing podcasts and attempt to read Security Analysis.

When asked how he picks his stocks Jordan said he just looks low P/E ratio stocks on Yahoo Finance.  “I’m not sure what a discounted cash flow is.  I just look at low P/E stocks and read Wall Street Bets.”

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