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Warren Buffett’s Best Money Advice

Price and Value are Not the Same Thing

Warren Buffet is known for his frugality. Frugality isn't about buying anything at a low price - it is about buying value at a low price.

The key is not just to look at the price, but to keep value in mind, too.

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