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[Quote No.23240] Need Area: Money > Invest
"A rising tide lifts all boats in the harbour." - Share market axiom

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[Quote No.23241] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Cut your loses quickly but let your winners rise [till they or the market runs out of steam]" - Old stock market axiom

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[Quote No.23242] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Nobody ever went broke taking a profit." - Old stock market axiom

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[Quote No.23243] Need Area: Money > Invest
"A profit is not a profit until it is in the bank." - Old stock market axiom

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[Quote No.23244] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Paper profits are only maybe money." - Old stock market axiom

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[Quote No.23245] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Eager sellers make good investors." - Old stock market axiom

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[Quote No.23246] Need Area: Money > Invest
"If you are not prepared to make selling decisions, when warranted, you shouldn’t be a share investor...Investors who wish to maximise their returns, and keep the risk to which their capital is exposed within tolerable limits, must make selling decisions to reduce the proportion of their portfolio in the sharemarket when prices on objective grounds are at very high levels and a slump may be imminent. This approach [in spite of capital gains tax] should produce considerably better results with lower risks than the traditional approach of buying and holding, or what is sometimes called the jellyfish philosophy of just drifting up and down with the market tide." - Austin Donnelly
(1923 - ) He was an Australian investment advisor with over 40 books and 200 issues of his monthly investment newsletter to his credit. He championed investor concerns and was an expert witness and adviser in successful claims against advisors and fund managers for the recovery of losses due to their failure to disclose material information, including the degree of investment risk, in the products they promoted. He was one of the few advisers to warn of excessive speculation and predict the imminent 1987 stock market crash [The market was a massive 140% above its long-term trend at the time and it later dropped 20% in one day.]
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[Quote No.23247] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Don’t try to catch a falling knife." - Old stock market axiom

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[Quote No.23248] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Buy straw hats [for summer] in winter [when their demand and therefore their prices are less]." - Old stock market axiom

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[Quote No.23249] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Buy in gloom, sell in boom." - Old stock market axiom

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[Quote No.23250] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Buy low, sell high." - Old stock market axiom

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[Quote No.23251] Need Area: Money > Invest
"There is a great deal of effort put in by various sections of the investment industry to perpetuate the fallacy that timing does not matter and it is always a good time to buy shares. To be successful, investors need to know that the reality is quite different. Investing at times when share prices are unduly high has generally produced disappointing medium to long-term results. Moreover, investing at that time involves a considerably greater risk of facing a significant capital decline...[so be wary, ‘caveat emptor’] Comments in the media, including the electronic media as well as newspapers and magazines, often come from stockbrokers or commission-based advisers, people who are not in a position to be independent." - Austin Donnelly
(1923 - ) He was an Australian investment advisor with over 40 books and 200 issues of his monthly investment newsletter to his credit. He championed investor concerns and was an expert witness and adviser in successful claims against advisors and fund managers for the recovery of losses due to their failure to disclose material information, including the degree of investment risk, in the products they promoted. He was one of the few advisers to warn of excessive speculation and predict the imminent 1987 stock market crash [The market was a massive 140% above its long-term trend at the time and it later dropped 20% in one day.]
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[Quote No.23252] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Nearly always it is WHEN you buy and sell shares that has a far more significant impact on your investment than WHAT you buy...Moving gradually and increasing the amount invested in the sharemarket when objective indicators show that prices are relatively low (and reducing your exposure when those indicators show that they are high) is the way to achieve considerably better-than-average results with significantly reduced downside risk." - Austin Donnelly
(1923 - ) He was an Australian investment advisor with over 40 books and 200 issues of his monthly investment newsletter to his credit. He championed investor concerns and was an expert witness and adviser in successful claims against advisors and fund managers for the recovery of losses due to their failure to disclose material information, including the degree of investment risk, in the products they promoted. He was one of the few advisers to warn of excessive speculation and predict the imminent 1987 stock market crash [The market was a massive 140% above its long-term trend at the time and it later dropped 20% in one day.]
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[Quote No.23253] Need Area: Money > Invest
"It is...important to concentrate, as far as possible, your buying at times when objective indicators show the market is reasonably priced." - Austin Donnelly
(1923 - ) He was an Australian investment advisor with over 40 books and 200 issues of his monthly investment newsletter to his credit. He championed investor concerns and was an expert witness and adviser in successful claims against advisors and fund managers for the recovery of losses due to their failure to disclose material information, including the degree of investment risk, in the products they promoted. He was one of the few advisers to warn of excessive speculation and predict the imminent 1987 stock market crash [The market was a massive 140% above its long-term trend at the time and it later dropped 20% in one day.]
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[Quote No.23254] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Chris Browne’s 16-point Checklist: 1-What is the outlook for pricing of the company’s products? 2-Can the company sell more? What is the outlook for unit sales? 3-Can the company increase profits on existing sales? 4-Can the company control expenses? 5-If it does raise sales, how much will fall to the bottom line? 6-Can the company be as profitable as it used to be, or at least as profitable as its competitors? 7-Does the company have one-time expenses that will not have to be paid in the future? 8-Does the company have unprofitable operations it can shed? 9-Is the company comfortable with analysts’ earning estimates. 10-How much can the company grow over the next five years? 11-What will the company do with any excess cash generated? 12-What does the company expect its competitors to do? 13-How does the company compare financially with other companies in the same business? 14-What would the company be worth if it were sold? 15-Does the company plan to buy back stock? 16-What are the insiders doing?" - Chris Browne
He is a principal at Tweedy, Browne Company LLC - one of the most successful investing companies ever and highlighted by Warren Buffett in his famous speech, 'Superinvestors of Graham-and Doddsville'. Quoted from his excellent 'The Little Book of Value Investing'
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[Quote No.23267] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Always ensure you understand your investment risks and get a very good risk premium. [That is, the return in excess of the risk-free rate of return - usually the 10 year government bond interest rate - that an investment is expected to yield. An asset's risk premium is a form of compensation for investors who tolerate the extra risk - compared to that of a risk-free asset - in a given investment.] If you don't understand the risk fully and don't get a very good risk premium, don't even think of being involved with the risky investment." - Seymour@imagi-natives.com

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[Quote No.23268] Need Area: Money > Invest
"BURSTING BUBBLES AND LEARNING FROM HISTORY: Market booms and then their inevitable slumps are a fact of human life and the economic cycle. [i.e. Since 1913, the USA has had economic crashes in 1921, and the major one in 1929 (followed by The Great Depression lasting until the outbreak of WW II.) Post-war, there were recessions in 1953, 1957, 1969, 1975, 1981, 1990, 2001.] They should therefore always be included in assessing the risks of any investment decision. Relying on the reassuring quotes in the media, even from so-called experts, can be very hazardous to your wealth. To illustrate that let’s consider some famous quotes before, during and after the horrendous 1929 Share Market Crash. [1927 – DJIA (Dow Jones Industrial Average) 180 approx – (after it had gone from 100 in 1924 to 180 in 1927 –an 80% increase in 3 years - about 20% compounding per year)] ‘We will not have any more crashes in our time.’ - John Maynard Keynes, British economist, who was to become one of the most influential of the 20th century [January 12, 1928 – DJIA 200 approx] ‘I cannot help but raise a dissenting voice to statements that we are living in a fool's paradise, and that prosperity in this country must necessarily diminish and recede in the near future.’ - E. H. H. Simmons, President, New York Stock Exchange [January 12, 1928 – DJIA 200 approx] ‘There will be no interruption of our permanent prosperity.’ - Myron E. Forbes, President, Pierce Arrow Motor Car Co., [December 4, 1928 – DJIA 290, went up about 55% in one year] ‘No Congress of the United States ever assembled, on surveying the state of the Union, has met with a more pleasing prospect than that which appears at the present time. In the domestic field there is tranquility and contentment...and the highest record of years of prosperity. In the foreign field there is peace, the goodwill which comes from mutual understanding.’ - Calvin Coolidge, President of the United States [Sept. 5, 1929 - DJIA 350 approx, it had gone up nearly 100% in 2 years] ‘There may be a recession in stock prices, but not anything in the nature of a crash.’ - Irving Fisher, leading U.S. economist , New York Times, [Oct. 17, 1929 - DJIA 370 approx] ‘Stock prices have reached what looks like a permanently high plateau. I do not feel there will be soon if ever a 50 or 60 point break from present levels, such as (bears) have predicted. I expect to see the stock market a good deal higher within a few months.’ - Irving Fisher, Ph.D. in economics, manager of Yale University’s endowment funds [Thursday, October 24, 1929 - DJIA 360 approx- DROPPING from 375 ] ‘This crash is not going to have much effect on business.’ - Arthur Reynolds, Chairman of Continental Illinois Bank of Chicago [Friday, October 25, 1929 - DJIA 360 approx] ‘There will be no repetition of the break of yesterday... I have no fear of another comparable decline.’ - Arthur W. Loasby (President of the Equitable Trust Company), quoted in the New York Times [Friday, October 25, 1929 - DJIA 360 approx] ‘We feel that fundamentally Wall Street is sound, and that for people who can afford to pay for them outright, good stocks are cheap at these prices.’ - Goodbody and Company market-letter quoted in The New York Times [Tuesday October 29th, 1929, - DJIA 300 approx- DROPPING from 355 - Wall Street witnessed a 13% decline –approx 50 point drop in the Dow Jones, an episode that became known in financial mythology as ‘Black Tuesday’ - 16.4 million shares were traded, a number that broke the record set five days earlier on Thursday October 24th] [Wednesday, October 30, 1929 – DJIA 240 approx] ‘This is the time to buy stocks. This is the time to recall the words of the late J. P. Morgan [who was founder of the J.P. Morgan Bank which stopped a panic sell-off of stocks on Wall Street in 1907]... ‘ that any man who is bearish on America will go broke.’ .. Many of the low prices as a result of this hysterical selling are not likely to be reached again in many years.’ - R. W. McNeel, market analyst, as quoted in the New York Herald Tribune [Wednesday, October 30, 1929 – DJIA 240 approx] ‘Some pretty intelligent people are now buying stocks... Unless we are to have a panic -- which no one seriously believes, stocks have hit bottom.’ - R. W. McNeal, financial analyst [Wednesday, October 30, 1929 – DJIA 240 approx] ‘Buying of sound, seasoned issues now will not be regretted’ - E. A. Pearce market letter quoted in the New York Herald Tribune [Friday, November 1, 1929 – DJIA 250 approx ] ‘The decline is in paper values, not in tangible goods and services...America is now in the eighth year of prosperity as commercially defined. The former great periods of prosperity in America averaged eleven years. On this basis we now have three more years to go before the tailspin.’ - Stuart Chase (American economist and author), NY Herald Tribune [Saturday, November 2, 1929 – DJIA 250 approx ] ‘Hysteria has now disappeared from Wall Street.’ - The Times of London [Saturday, November 2, 1929 – DJIA 250 approx ] ‘The Wall Street crash doesn't mean that there will be any general or serious business depression... For six years American business has been diverting a substantial part of its attention, its energies and its resources on the speculative game... Now that irrelevant, alien and hazardous adventure is over. Business has come home again, back to its job, providentially unscathed, sound in wind and limb, financially stronger than ever before.’ - Business Week [Saturday, November 2, 1929 – DJIA 250 approx ] ‘...despite its severity, we believe that the slump in stock prices will prove an intermediate movement and not the precursor of a business depression such as would entail prolonged further liquidation...’ - Harvard Economic Society (HES) [Sunday, November 10, 1929 – DJIA 260 approx ] ‘... a serious depression seems improbable; [we expect] recovery of business next spring, with further improvement in the fall.’ - Harvard Economic Society (HES) [Thursday, November 14, 1929 – DJIA 260 approx ] ‘The end of the decline of the Stock Market will probably not be long, only a few more days at most.’ - Irving Fisher, Professor of Economics at Yale University, November 14, 1929. He was managing Yale University’s endowment funds [Friday, November 15, 1929 – DJIA 260 approx ] ‘In most of the cities and towns of this country, this Wall Street panic will have no effect.’ - Paul Block (President of the Block newspaper chain), editorial [Friday, November 15, 1929 – DJIA 260 approx ] ‘Financial storm definitely passed.’ - Bernard Baruch, American financier, stock market speculator, statesman, and presidential adviser - cablegram to Winston Churchill [December 1929 -DJIA 265 approx] ‘I am convinced that through these measures we have reestablished confidence.’ - Herbert Hoover, President of the United States (1929-1933). [December 31, 1929 - DJIA 265 approx ] ‘I see nothing in the present situation that is either menacing or warrants pessimism... I have every confidence that there will be a revival of activity in the spring, and that during this coming year the country will make steady progress.’ - Andrew W. Mellon, U.S. Secretary of the Treasury [December 31, 1929 - DJIA 265 approx ] ‘[1930 will be] a splendid employment year.’ - U.S. Dept. of Labor, New Year's Forecast [early 1930 – DJIA 270 approx ] ‘For the immediate future, at least, the outlook (for stocks) is bright.’ - Irving Fisher, Ph.D. in Economics [Jan 18, 1930 DJIA 280 approx ] ‘...there are indications that the severest phase of the recession is over...’ - Harvard Economic Society (HES) [Feb 1930 - DJIA 275 approx] ‘There is nothing in the situation to be disturbed about.’ - Secretary of the Treasury Andrew Mellon [Mar 16, 1930 - DJIA 275 approx] ‘The spring of 1930 marks the end of a period of grave concern...American business is steadily coming back to a normal level of prosperity.’ - Julius Barnes, head of Hoover's National Business Survey Conference [Mar 29, 1930 - DJIA 270 approx] ‘... the outlook continues favorable...’ - Harvard Economic Society (HES) [Apr 19, 1930 - DJIA 260 approx] ‘... the outlook is favorable...’ - Harvard Economic Society (HES) [May 1, 1930 - DJIA 235 approx] ‘While the crash only took place six months ago, I am convinced we have now passed through the worst -- and with continued unity of effort we shall rapidly recover. There has been no significant bank or industrial failure. That danger, too, is safely behind us.’ - Herbert Hoover, President of the United States [May 17, 1930 - DJIA 235 approx] ‘...by May or June the spring recovery forecast in our letters of last December and November should clearly be apparent...’ - Harvard Economic Society (HES) [June 1930 - DJIA 235 approx] ‘Gentleman, you have come sixty days too late. The depression is over.’ - Herbert Hoover, responding to a delegation requesting a public works program to help speed the recovery. [June 28, 1930 - DJIA 230 approx] ‘... irregular and conflicting movements of business should soon give way to a sustained recovery...’ - Harvard Economic Society (HES) [Aug 30, 1930 - DJIA 200 approx] ‘... the present depression has about spent its force...’ - Harvard Economic Society (HES) [Nov 15, 1930 - DJIA 175 approx] ‘We are now near the end of the declining phase of the depression.’ - Harvard Economic Society (HES) [Oct 31, 1931 - DJIA 100 approx – the same value as it was seen years before in 1924] ‘Stabilization at (present) levels is clearly possible.’ - Harvard Economic Society (HES) [1933 - DJIA 65 approx] ‘All safe deposit boxes in banks or financial institutions have been sealed... and may only be opened in the presence of an agent of the I.R.S.’ - President F.D. Roosevelt –(It became illegal to own gold as an American citizen. The government was making sure no one was holding out on them. You had to trade your gold in for currency. This was FDR's way of keeping everyone honest--government excluded.) " - Seymour@imagi-natives.com

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[Quote No.23269] Need Area: Money > Invest
"...irrational exuberance...[might have]...unduly escalated asset values." - Alan Greenspan
U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman, in a December, 1996 speech.
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[Quote No.23270] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The American economy was experiencing a once-in-a-century acceleration of innovation, which propelled forward productivity, output, corporate profits and stock prices at a pace not seen in generations, if ever...Lofty equity prices have reduced the cost of capital. The result has been a veritable explosion of spending on high-tech equipment....And I see nothing to suggest that these opportunities will peter out anytime soon....Indeed many argue that the pace of innovation will continue to quicken....to exploit the still largely untapped potential for e-commerce, especially the business-to-business arena." - Alan Greenspan
U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman - [Quoted in January, 2000, just weeks short of the market peak. One week later, the Nasdaq peaked at 5048. It then proceeded to fall reaching a low of 1114 on October 9, 2002 losing 78% of its value. The broadly based S&P 500 stock index also dropped from its March 24, 2000 high of 1527 to an October 9, 2002 bottom at 777 for a loss of 49%!]
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[Quote No.23271] Need Area: Money > Invest
"We know one principal truth at GMO and that is that we live in a mean-reverting world in investing. (Our research) has shown....that all bubbles....eventually break (and our definition of a bubble is a) 2 standard deviation event - the kind of moves that occur about every 40 years." - Jeremy Grantham
He is called by some the philosopher king of Wall Street even though he's based to the northeast in Boston.
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[Quote No.23272] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The necessary conditions for a bubble to form are quite simple and number only two. First, the fundamental economic conditions must look at least excellent - and near perfect is better. Second, liquidity must be generous in quantity and price: it must be easy and cheap to leverage. If these two conditions have ever been present without causing a bubble it has escaped our attention. Conversely, only one of the conditions without the other may cause an ordinary bull market but this is often not the case. For example, good or even excellent fundamentals with tightening credit often result in a falling market... Bubbles, of course, are based on human behavior, and the mechanism is surprisingly simple: perfect conditions create very strong ‘animal spirits,’ reflected statistically in a low risk premium. Widely available cheap credit offers investors the opportunity to act on their optimism. Sustained strong fundamentals and sustained easy credit go one better; they allow for continued reinforcement: the more leverage you take, the better you do; the better you do, the more leverage you take. A critical part of a bubble is the reinforcement you get for your very optimistic view from those around you. And of course, as often mentioned, this is helped along by the finance industry, broadly defined, that makes more money when optimism and activity are high. Hence they have every incentive to support rising markets as they do. ...Most bubbles, like internet stocks and Japanese land, go through an exponential phase before breaking, usually short in time but dramatic in extent... ...each bull market reflects its near perfection in a different way, with most accompanied by claims of a golden new era... But under the surface capitalism eventually grinds pretty fine. The return to capital and the cost of capital sooner or later get into line. Competition bids down returns. Confidence to spend capital finally recovers. Profit margins, at long last, become normal or even drop below normal. The workings of competitive capitalism are, in the end, an irresistible force and that is why everything always trends to normal and every very different bubble has always burst.... Given all the uncertainties and the fact that conditions do not weaken linearly but in uneven and unpredictable steps, is it any surprise that we always miss market tops?" - Jeremy Grantham
Quote from his report 'It's Everywhere, In Everything: The First Truly Global Bubble'(Observations following a 6-week Round-the-World Trip) - in 2007.
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"The workings of competitive capitalism are, in the end, an irresistible force and that is why everything always trends to normal and every very different bubble has always burst." - Jeremy Grantham
Quote from his report 'It's Everywhere, In Everything: The First Truly Global Bubble'(Observations following a 6-week Round-the-World Trip) - in 2007.
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[Quote No.23309] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Go for [invest in] a business that any idiot can run - because sooner or later, any idiot probably is going to run it." - Peter Lynch
Highly successful Wall Street stock investor
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[Quote No.23332] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Only buy something that you'd be perfectly happy to hold if the market shut down for 10 years." - Warren Buffett
Billionaire Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway and one of the world's most successful stock market investors
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[Quote No.23333] Need Area: Money > Invest
"To understand KKR (Kohlberg Kravis Roberts), I always like to say, don't congratulate us when we buy a company. Any fool can buy a company. Congratulate us when we sell it and when we've done something with it and created real value." - Henry Kravis
Billionaire founding partner of private equity investment company, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts
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[Quote No.23334] Need Area: Money > Invest
"When stocks are attractive, you buy them. Sure, they can go lower. I've bought stocks at $12 that went to $2, but then they later went to $30. You just don't know when you can find the bottom." - Peter Lynch
Highly successful Wall Street stock investor
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"At the time we acquired Viacom, everyone said I had overpaid. But even at today's depressed prices, that investment is worth billions. Everyone was saying MTV was a fad. I knew better." - Sumner Redstone
Owner and chief executive officer of media company, Viacom, Inc.
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"When buying shares, ask yourself, would you buy the whole company?" - Rene Rivkin
(1944–2005) Australian entrepreneur, investor, investment adviser, and stockbroker
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"When somebody buys a stock it's because they think it's going to go up and the person who sold it to them thinks it's going to go down. Somebody's wrong." - George Ross
Executive Vice President and Senior Counsel for the Trump Organization. He is the business and legal advisor to American real estate tycoon, Donald J. Trump.
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[Quote No.23338] Need Area: Money > Invest
"A weak currency is the sign of a weak economy, and a weak economy leads to a weak nation. [and vice versa]" - Ross Perot
Dallas billionaire and one time U.S. presidential candidate. While a salesman for IBM he founded EDS - Electronic Data Systems in 1962, which he has turned into a multi-billion dollar corporation
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[Quote No.23375] Need Area: Money > Invest
"When you're the first person whose beliefs are different from what everyone else believes, you're basically saying, 'I'm right, and everyone else is wrong.' That's a very unpleasant position to be in. It's at once exhilarating and at the same time an invitation to be attacked." - Larry Ellison
Billionaire founder and CEO of the Oracle Corporation
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[Quote No.23426] Need Area: Money > Invest
"I think you have to learn that there's a company behind every stock, and that there's only one real reason why stocks go up. Companies go from doing poorly to doing well or small companies grow to large companies." - Peter Lynch
Highly successful Wall Street stock investor
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[Quote No.23429] Need Area: Money > Invest
"When buying shares, ask yourself, would you buy the whole company?" - Rene Rivkin
(1944–2005) Australian entrepreneur, investor, investment adviser, and stockbroker
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[Quote No.23451] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Debt is like alcohol: a little may be OK, but markets have partied too hard in recent years, fuelled by excessive cheap debt. It will all end with a nasty hangover. Perhaps central banks will conspire to offer another round of drinks, but they can only delay the inevitable." - Gareth Brown
Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Finance, from Sydney's University of Technology - Quote from the Australian value investing newsletter, The Intelligent Investor, August 2007, issue 231
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[Quote No.23452] Need Area: Money > Invest
"I view cash as a strategic asset, something that will become very useful and valuable when markets eventually remember panic and fear." - Gareth Brown
Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Finance, from Sydney's University of Technology - Quote from the Australian value investing newsletter, The Intelligent Investor, August 2007, issue 231
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[Quote No.23477] Need Area: Money > Invest
"...the best way to get out of trouble is not to get into it in the first place." - Ben Bernanke
Ex-Princeton Professor of Economics, Chairman of the Federal Reserve System.
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[Quote No.23545] Need Area: Money > Invest
"A weak currency is the sign of a weak economy, and a weak economy leads to a weak nation." - Ross Perot
Dallas billionaire and one time U.S. presidential candidate. While a salesman for IBM he founded EDS - Electronic Data Systems in 1962, which he has turned into a multi-billion dollar corporation
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[Quote No.23557] Need Area: Money > Invest
"If you don’t follow the stock market, you are missing some amazing drama." - Mark Cuban
Internet billionaire and owner of the Dallas Mavericks NBA basketball team.
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[Quote No.23579] Need Area: Money > Invest
"It’s better to be approximately right than precisely wrong. [when trying to determine the intrinsic value of a share.]" - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.23580] Need Area: Money > Invest
"If past history was all there was to the game [of determining value in investing], the richest people would be librarians." - Warren Buffett

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[Quote No.23615] Need Area: Money > Invest
"We simply attempt to be fearful when others are greedy and to be greedy only when others are fearful." - Warren Buffett
Billionaire Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway and one of the world's most successful stock market investors
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[Quote No.27200] Need Area: Money > Invest
"During recessions [where the U.S. market loses greater than 20 percent] certain sectors are famous for doing better: the classics are - utilities [losing typically only 15 percent], health care companies [losing typically only 7.3 percent], and consumer staples [losing typically losing only 2.4 percent]. Other sectors have typically actually made money: the alcoholic beverage sector typically makes 6 percent, the household product manufacturing sector typically makes 1.8 percent, and the tobacco sector typically makes an average of 9.6 percent." - Unknown

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[Quote No.27198] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The winds and waves are always on the side of the ablest navigators." - Edward Gibbon

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[Quote No.28635] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Value investing is simple to understand but difficult to implement. Value investors are not super-sophisticated analytical wizards who create and apply intricate computer models to find attractive opportunities or assess underlying value. The hard part is discipline, patience, and judgment. Investors need discipline to avoid the many unattractive pitches that are thrown, patience to wait for the right pitch, and judgment to know when it is time to swing." - Seth Klarman
Famous value investor. Quoted from his highly respected book, 'Margin of Safety'.
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[Quote No.23694] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[Investment] Leaders are people who can discern the inevitable and act accordingly. When people talk about business acumen, discernment is a big part of it. It’s a bit like gut instinct, but a little more developed." - Donald Trump
American Real Estate mogul
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[Quote No.23699] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Investors have very short memories." - Roman Abramovich
Russian billionaire and the main owner of private investment company Millhouse Capital
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[Quote No.23700] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Wide diversification is only required when investors do not understand what they are doing." - Warren Buffett
Billionaire Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway and one of the world's most successful stock market investors
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[Quote No.23701] Need Area: Money > Invest
"As long as you enjoy investing, you'll be willing to do the homework and stay in the game...if you aren't interested, you'll either miss the opportunity to make money in the market or not pay enough attention and end up losing your shirt." - Jim Cramer
American investor and fund manager
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[Quote No.23702] Need Area: Money > Invest
"I rarely think the market is right." - Mark Cuban
Internet billionaire and owner of the Dallas Mavericks NBA basketball team.
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[Quote No.23703] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Wall Street people learn nothing and forget everything." - Benjamin Graham
He is considered by many share investors to be the father of financial analysis and value share investing.
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