Whos Who In The Stock Market Business

By: pilkster
Since its inception, the stock market had always been the backbone of one's economic status. It is a continuous indicator whether the economy is stable or deflating.

Thus, many people believe that in stock market, money, luck, and skill is the name of the game. And there are just a number of people who are so good at playing in the stock market that they seem to rule the world. They are considered as the "who's who in the stock market business."

To know them, here are the top of the well-known key players in the stock market business.

1. Warren Edward Buffett

His hometown is Omaha, Nebraska. He is the owner of the Berkshire Hathaway. He literally started from scratch because he was just a newspaper boy then. But his prowess in the world of investing already started when he was just 13 years old when he had claimed a $35 deduction for bicycle. He has a lot of stocks including MidAmerican Energy Holdings, Geico, General Re, Fruit of the Loom, American Express, Coca-Cola, Gillette, Well Fargo, and many more.

2. William Gates

His company is Software Microsoft. His hometown is Medina, Washington and he is a Harvard drop out. But despite that fact, William Gates is a multibillionaire.

The best thing about him? He sells 20 million shares every quarter and eventually reinvest through the Cascade Investment. He has big stakes in Republic Services, Berkshire Hathaway, Canadian National Railway, and Philanthropy among others. He's a great player in stock market business and best of all, he has been investing in his own stock ever since.

3. Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud

He is acclaimed as one of the richest people in the world, according to Forbes.com. He was born in Saudi Arabia but is presently residing in the United States.

He believed that people who do not know how to speak English and is completely Internet illiterate is an outcast in the real world.

Financially, he has different stocks and shares in local, regional, and international scene. His financial strength is based on a long-term commitment, even if the tides are way down.

These are just three of the world-renowned people in the stock market business. All they did was they dreamed, pursued, and survived and they made it to the "who's who of the stock market business" list. Not surprising for people who really worked hard.

The bottom line is that: people who know the business should love the business in order to stay.
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