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[Quote No.27614] Need Area: Money > Invest
"After winter comes the summer. After night comes the dawn. And after every storm, there comes clear, open skies. [and this is true in the share market too!]" - Samuel Rutherford
(1600-1661), Scottish Pastor
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[Quote No.27624] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Particularly when an economy slows free trade can be effected by a more vocal push to promote trade protectionism through tarrifs, quotas, etc. Some times politicians fearing local job losses and the consequential political fall-out listen more attentively. Economists however currently espouse a doctrine of national competitive advantage that supports free trade within a global economy." - Unknown

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[Quote No.27625] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Profits [especially in share investing] can be made safely only when the opportunity is available and not just because they happen to be desired or needed." - Don Brinkworth
one of Australia's best fund managers through the 1970s and 1980s, and a man who, in 1988, helped to start fund manager First State, now industry powerhouse Colonial First State. It forms the first of his 100 rules of investing devised back in his days at Scottish Amicable.
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[Quote No.27639] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Agricultural commodities are notoriously cyclical. Prices rise; farmers plant more. The resulting bumper crop causes a bust in prices. Then, farmers reduce production, causing prices to rise again. Farm prices hit highs in '74, '77, '80, '86, '94 and '98. In the period following '98, prices sank to what might have been all-time lows - adjusted for inflation. Now, [2008] they're reaching up again. In terms of nominal prices, the CRB index of soft commodities is 150% above its 1993 low. Adjusted for inflation, farm products are up considerably less. And adjusted to the euro or gold...even less still." - Bill Bonner
author of books and articles on economic and financial subjects. He is also the founder and president of Agora Publishing.
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[Quote No.27641] Need Area: Money > Invest
"If you took a penny and doubled it every day for a month, how much would you come up with? A hundred dollars? A thousand dollars? How about a million dollars? Not even close. If you start with just a single penny and double it every day for 31 days, you'll end up with... $21,474,836.48. Over twenty-one million dollars in a single month! This is an example of the power of compound interest. Your original penny will have turned into two. But then those two will have turned into four, those four turned into eight, and so on. The growth of your money will have accelerated, or sped up, not only because your original penny was collecting interest but also because all the pennies you received as interest also began to earn interest. And so the growth built up - or compounded. That's how we get the term compound interest. That's how you get rich. And that's why, when it comes to [investing and] wealth building, being young [with plenty of time to compound your savings and investments] gives you a major advantage. [But only if you take it and start early to live within your means, save and invest wisely.]" - Michael Masterson
Successful entrepreneur and author. Quoted from his New York Times best-seller 'Automatic Wealth for Grads... and Anyone Else Just Starting Out.'
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[Quote No.27645] Need Area: Money > Invest
"As stock market investing legend Warren Buffett says, 'Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.' There is an almost continuous disconnect between the price of a company and its underlying value with it either being too high or too low. Its share price is driven higher by greed and speculation or driven lower by fear and forced selling. Being able to objectively calculate a company's value allows you to wait patiently and happily for the good companies you would like to own to be offerred for sale at a low price when they are undervalued and then sell them at a high price when they become overvalued." - Seymour@imagi-natives.com

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[Quote No.27646] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The easiest way to cause a recession is to stop spending money because you fear a recession. [So maintaining the public's confidence in the economy is a high priority for all politicians, government officials, central bankers and company CEO's. This explains their calm optimism about the future and their dismissive attitude to any disagreement until facts prove that it cannot be denied any longer. Therefore successful investors need to take this into account lest they be lulled into a false sense of security and fail to take appropriate steps to safeguard their investments. Erring on the side of caution is usually the best approach as it is better to be safe than sorry.]" - Greg Peel
financial journalist and ex-Macquarie Bank derivatives trader.
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[Quote No.27652] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The greatest difficulties [and risks] lie where we are not looking for them!" - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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[Quote No.27653] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Illusion is one of the most pervasive realities of life! [and it is found in the share market as irrational optimism in booms and unjustified pessimism in busts.]" - Marc Faber
celebrated contrarian investment guru who received his PHD in Economics aged 25, and publisher of 'The Gloom, Boom and Doom Report'.
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[Quote No.27654] Need Area: Money > Invest
"There are two ways to look at a country's current account deficit: either as an amount in the country's currency or often more helpfully as a percentage of the country's Gross Domestic Product [GDP - the income of all its citizens and the profits of all its companies]. The latter is more helpful as it helps the average person get a better feel for the debt because it can then 1:- be compared to the average total government income which is raised by taxes, for example, around 30% of GDP. So if the the US current account deficit is around the high 5% of GDP, then about 1 in every 6 [5%/30%] dollars raised in taxes is borrowed and must be paid back with interest - and all from future taxes of citizen's incomes and companies' profits; and 2:- [it] can be compared to another country's current account deficit." - Unknown

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[Quote No.27667] Need Area: Money > Invest
"A value investor seeks to buy assets for less than what they’re worth, in a way buying one dollar for eighty cents. In finance language, value investors look to buy assets when they are priced at a discount to their intrinsic value. This ensures that there is a margin of safety for inaccuracies with the facts and assumptions used to determine the intrinsic value calculation and to enhance returns. The methodology works because just as the market becomes overly optimistic about a stock and therefore overvalues and overpays for it, there are times when the opposite happens and unjustified pessimism undervalues the stock and drives its price below its intrinsic price allowing the patient value investor to buy it at his or her target discount to their calculated fair price for it." - Seymour@imagi-natives.com

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[Quote No.27669] Need Area: Money > Invest
"...when someone offers you a deal that is better than anyone else, ask the question: How can they do it? The answer often reveals a hazard. [So if it sounds too good to be true, beware!]" - Robert Gottliebsen
Highly respected Australian financial journalist
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[Quote No.27670] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Older people may be drawing down their capital to live, or face that prospect in a few years, so it is better to lower the risk profile. [as you near retirement age because should there be a serious loss of capital you won't have the health and time to recoup it.]" - Robert Gottliebsen
Highly respected Australian financial journalist
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[Quote No.27673] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Hope is an investor's worst enemy during a bear market. [because it encourages them to buy back in when the shares rally only to see them fall below previous lows.]" - Stock market saying

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[Quote No.27724] Need Area: Money > Invest
"In a bear market, it is important to realise that when a stock falls and then stabilises or even rises, it may still not be good value as it may fall still further later. These false opportunities are called value traps, as they tend to catch those people who think they are buying good value at that price only to see it fall further. On the other hand there are stocks that look like they will continue to fall but instead rise and these are called bear traps, because they catch people who are shorting the stock - that is selling the stock now - thinking that they will be able to buy it back cheaper later and they find instead of it going down further it goes back up and stays going up, requiring them to buy it back at a higher price and realise a loss." - Unknown

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[Quote No.27727] Need Area: Money > Invest
"There are two separate types of professional investors:- those that follow the crowd and those that don't. The crowd followers include those that study technical charts to try to judge the money flow by price and volume changes that form specific patterns and then get in early enough to ride the ground-swell of other crowd and price followers. They are sometimes called momentum investors. The non-crowd followers do not invest by watching what others do but rather by carefully assessing a company and its stock to determine at what price they feel the stock is a good buy in regard to the risks and rewards of owning the stock." - Seymour@imagi-natives.com

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[Quote No.27728] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Central banks typically buy securities including mortgage-backed debt [bonds] from primary dealers [for example banks] in repurchase agreements, or repos, for a set period, temporarily raising the amount of money available in the banking system and bringing money market interest rates closer to their targets. At maturity, the securities are returned to the dealers and the cash to the central bank." - Unknown

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[Quote No.27729] Need Area: Money > Invest
"It was the best of [share buying] times. [because] It was the worst of [economic] times." - Charles Dickens
From his story, 'A Tale of Two Cities'.
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[Quote No.27734] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Believe only half of what you see and nothing that you hear. [especially regarding investments - in the sharemarket in particular.]" - Dinah Mulock Craik

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[Quote No.27735] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Don't be too busy earning a living to make any money." - Joe Karbo

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[Quote No.27738] Need Area: Money > Invest
"As you have sown, so shall you reap." - Bible
Galations 6:7
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[Quote No.27740] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Brokers and others' advice about shares should always be taken sceptically as I have never heard a broker say a share is over-valued or over-priced, rather they say that it is 'fully priced' or 'priced for perfection'. These are code words and should be read as that, realising that they are unable as salespeople to speak disparagingly about their wares. I have also never heard a broker say that they expect the market to fall. Rather they use another code word called 'volatility'. Learn to understand these 'weasel' words and you will have a better chance to understand what brokers are really saying and thereby do better with your investments." - Unknown

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[Quote No.27741] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Remember an obvious point: recessions are bad for earnings. There has never been a recession in which earnings have not fallen. [This is negative for shares as they are primarily priced by their price to earnings ratios, so if earnings fall so will their price in order to keep their price to earnings ratios within justifiable historical levels.]" - Gerard Minack
Chief Equity Strategist at Morgan Stanley.
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[Quote No.27742] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The most common economic theory relating to how an economy should be run to smooth out the boom and bust cycles that typify the business cycle, was expounded by the economist John Maynard Keynes, in what is now called Keynesian economics. In this theory, the governments' fiscal policy should aim to accumulate budget surpluses during booms to restrain spending and inflation and then run deficits during recessions, in order to stimulate the sagging economy. Also that monetary policy through a central bank should raise the entire structure of interest rates in order to restrain any boom and cut rates to reverse any bust. A less common but still well respected theory is the classical liberal and Austrian School which believes the government should be much less interventionist and rely on markets to adjust on their own as they feel that government actions only make the upswings and downswings worse." - Unknown

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[Quote No.27743] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Banks need to keep a certain amount [usually about 15%] of their demand deposits available for withdrawals. When these capital adequacy reserves are increased by governments or large bad debt provisions for potentially unrecoverable loans have to be made the amount of money available for loans falls. In response to this banks have even fewer assets to cover their liabilities, and the risks to their liquidity (i.e., ability to convert assets into cash, ie residential backed mortgage bonds) and ultimately solvency (i.e., the ability to repay debt and other liabilities) rise. At this time it is often necessary for banks to raise additional capital from selling their assets, borrowing money from the central bank or other banks or by issuing bonds that they sell into the bond market or raising equity capital for example through a rights issue. " - Unknown

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[Quote No.27744] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Financial reintermediation is the reintroduction of an intermediary (typically a bank) between savers and lenders. This term applies especially to instances in which disintermediation has occurred first. [so where borrowers once (as in the 20 years to 2007) borrowed more from bondholders than from banks with reintermediation they reverse this and borrow more from banks than from bondholders.] " - Chris Leithner
Australian financial commentator
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[Quote No.27745] Need Area: Money > Invest
"History doesn’t repeat but it does rhyme." - Mark Twain

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[Quote No.27746] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Bear markets don’t act like a medicine ball rolling down a smooth hill. Instead, they behave like a basketball bouncing down a rock-strewn mountainside; there’s lots of movement up and sideways before the bottom is reached. [During the Great Bear Market from 1929 to 1942, the Dow Industrials had rallies of 48% (from November 13, 1929, to April 17, 1930), 94% (July 8, 1932, to September 7 of that year), 121% (February 27, 1933, to February 5, 1934), 127% (July 26, 1934, to March 10, 1937), 60% (March 31, 1938, to November 12 of that year) and 28% (April 8, 1939, to September 12 of that year). Yet, on April 28, 1942, the DJIA was still at only 92.92, 76% below its September 3, 1929, high of 381.17. People will continually call the bottom of the bear market and it will rally only to fall again and usually lower. But remember, the eventual low point for the market usually comes after everyone has given up on it ever consistently rising again, when everyone capitulates]...when the bulls stop asking ‘is this the bottom?’ and instead are explaining to their friends why ‘this time it’s different, and the market really is a bottomless pit, [then the market will be ready to start a new bull market and it will be time time to buy!]" - Daniel Turov
CFTC Licensed Commodity Trading Advisor and Member and author of 'Turov on Timing'. Quoted in Barron’s, 21 May 2001.
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[Quote No.27747] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Value criteria act like a chaperon at a party, making sure you don't fall for some sexy stock with a great story." - James O'Shaughnessy
Quoted in 'What Works on Wall Street'.
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[Quote No.27748] Need Area: Money > Invest
"You don't make money by investing in a good company... You make money by investing in a company that is better than the market thinks. [at that time]" - Robert Vishny
Quoted in 'Institutional Investor', January 1997.
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[Quote No.27749] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The one principal that applies to nearly all these so-called 'technical approaches' is that one should buy because a stock or the market has gone up and one should sell because it has declined. This is the exact opposite of sound business sense everywhere else, and it is most unlikely that it can lead to lasting success in Wall Street. In our own stock-market experience and observation, extending over 50 years, we have not known a single person who has consistently or lastingly made money by thus 'following the market'. We do not hesitate to declare that this approach is as fallacious as it is popular." - Benjamin Graham
in his famous best selling book about value investing, 'The Intelligent Investor'.
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[Quote No.27750] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Security analysts have enormous difficulty in performing their basic function of forecasting earnings prospects for the companies they follow... Bluntly stated, the careful estimates of security analysts (based on industry studies, plant visits, etc.) do very little better than those that would be obtained by simple extrapolation of past trends..." - Burton Malkiel
in his book, 'A Random Walk Down Wall Street' (5th edition).
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[Quote No.27752] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The best time to buy is when blood is running in the streets." - Nathan M. Rothschild
Famous banker
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[Quote No.27753] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Remember the First Law of Economics: For every economist, there is an equal and opposite economist - so for every bullish economist, there is a bearish one. The Second Law of Economics: They are both likely to be wrong." - William A. Sherden
in 'The Fortune Sellers: The Big Business of Selling and Buying Predictions'.
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[Quote No.27754] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Personally, I think everybody who predicts the future with a straight face should be required (by federal law) to change out of the business suit, wrap him/herself in a gypsy shawl, wear one of those pointed wizard's hats with a picture of a crescent moon on it, and make conjuring sounds over a crystal ball. That way, everybody would know exactly what's going on and how much credibility to give the answer." - Robert N. Veres
Quoted from 'The Vision Thing' in 'Investment Advisor'.
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[Quote No.27757] Need Area: Money > Invest
"An investment operation is one which, upon thorough analysis promises safety of principal and an adequate return. Operations not meeting these requirements are speculative." - Benjamin Graham
From Graham and Dodd's 'Security Analysis' (original 1934 edition).
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[Quote No.27758] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[The share market:] It's like a crapshoot in Las Vegas, except in Las Vegas the odds are with the house. As for the market, the odds are with you, because on average over the long run, the market has paid off." - Harry Markowitz

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[Quote No.27759] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Speculation is an effort, probably unsuccessful, to turn a little money into a lot. Investment is an effort, which should be successful, to prevent a lot of money from becoming a little." - Fred Schwed Jr.
in 'Where Are The Customer’s Yachts?'
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[Quote No.27760] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Outright speculation is neither illegal, immoral, nor (for most people) fattening to the pocketbook . . . There is intelligent speculation as there is intelligent investing. But there are many ways in which speculation may be unintelligent. Of these the foremost are: (1) speculating when you think you are investing; (2) speculating seriously instead of as a pastime, when you lack proper knowledge and skill for it; and (3) risking more money in speculation than you can afford to lose. . . everyone who buys a so-called 'hot' common-stock issue, or makes a purchase in any way similar thereto, is either speculating or gambling. Speculation is always fascinating, and it can be a lot of fun while you are ahead of the game. If you want to try your luck, put aside a portion - the smaller the better - of your capital in a separate fund for this purpose. Never add more money to this account just because the market has gone up and profits are rolling in. (That's the time to think of taking money out of your speculative funds.) Never mingle your speculative and investment operations in the same account, nor in any part of your thinking." - Benjamin Graham
in his best selling book about value investing, 'The Intelligent Investor'.
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[Quote No.27761] Need Area: Money > Invest
"If the Standard and Poor Index were an athlete they'd be testing it for steroids. [because it is booming so much]" - Burton Malkiel
From his book, 'A Random Walk Down Wall Street'.
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[Quote No.27762] Need Area: Money > Invest
"You wonder why fund managers cant beat the S&P 500? Because they're sheep, and sheep [follow the herd and] get slaughtered." - Gordon Gekko
(Michael Douglas) in the movie 'Wall Street'.
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[Quote No.27763] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[The evidence] reveals repeated patterns of irrationality, inconsistency, and incompetence in the ways human beings arrive at decisions and choices when faced with uncertainty." - Peter L. Bernstein
in his best selling book, 'Against The Gods'.
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[Quote No.27764] Need Area: Money > Invest
"In summary, people trade for both cognitive and emotional reasons. They trade because they think they have information when they have nothing but noise, and they trade because trading can bring the joy of pride. Trading brings pride when decisions turn out well, but it brings regret when decisions do not turn out well. Investors try to avoid the pain of regret by avoiding the realization of losses, employing investment advisors as scapegoats, and avoiding stocks of companies with low reputations." - Meir Statman
"Investor Psychology and Market Inefficiencies," Equity Markets and Valuation Methods, The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts, 1988
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[Quote No.27765] Need Area: Money > Invest
"I do not dismiss the behavioral aspects that Joe [Lakonishok] and others have argued which is to say that there are all kinds of reasons from cognitive psychology that suggest that a real dog is likely to get underpriced, and maybe people know it's underpriced and they still don't want to hold it." - William F. Sharpe
in 'Investment Gurus' by Peter J. Tanous
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[Quote No.27766] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Markets invariably move to undervalued and overvalued extremes because human nature falls victim to greed and/or fear." - William Gross
Quoted from 'Everything You've Heard About Investing is Wrong!'
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[Quote No.27767] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[Ben] Graham's conviction rested on certain assumptions. First, he believed that the market frequently mispriced stocks. This mispricing was most often caused by human emotions of fear and greed. At the height of optimism, greed moved stocks beyond their intrinsic value, creating an overpriced market. At other times, fear moved prices below intrinsic value, creating an undervalued market." - Robert G. Hagstrom
in 'The Warren Buffett Way'.
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"Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former." - Albert Einstein

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"[A group of diversified, quality] Stocks are a safe bet, but only if you stay invested long enough to ride out the corrections." - Peter Lynch

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"A Ponzi bubble is ever possible, and given past psychologies of boom and bust, ever-higher P/E ratios become a self-fulfilling prophecy." - Paul A. Samuelson
Famous economist
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"[Albert Einstein when asked what he considered to be the most powerful force in the universe answered:] Compound interest!" - Albert Einstein

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