Many of us want to invest for many different reasons. Some want to make money through buying stocks, others think that the bank’s interest rates are too low so they seek to find ways to earn more interest. In other words, the trigger point for most people to invest is making more money. Those who’re not interested in making money may never even think of investing in the first place. There are a few exceptional cases where investing is taught at home. Warren Buffett is one of them where his father was a stock broker so Warren Buffett was exposed to the world of stock market at a very young age. He went on to have many mentors such as Benjamin Graham and Philip Arthur Fisher who taught him the essence of value investing.

But for most of us, we’re not so fortunate to have people to guide us on …