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[Quote No.27872] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[In life] If you want a guarantee, buy a toaster." - Clint(on) Eastwood, Jr.

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[Quote No.27873] Need Area: Money > Invest
"We have never attempted to guess when or why asset prices will diverge from trend. We have limited our job to predicting that, when diverged, they will sooner or later return to normal. [called long-term mean reversion]" - Jeremy Grantham
money manager who oversees $150 billion [as at 2008] as Chairman of Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo & Co [GMO].
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[Quote No.27877] Need Area: Money > Invest
"In a bear market just because a share has gone down does not mean it is good value...yet. It can even rise a bit resulting in optimistic but inexperienced value investors jumping in to buy. This is called a value trap. It is worth remembering that just because there are potholes in the rear view mirror doesn't mean there aren't speed bumps ahead." - Unknown

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[Quote No.27885] Need Area: Money > Invest
"More important than the return on your capital is the return of your capital. [So before investing assess risk even more carefully than the potential reward.] " - Will Rogers

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[Quote No.27886] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[in real estate investing] When you consider income property [like blocks of apartments/flats], there are a few terms you should be familiar with: [1] potential gross income (PGI), [2] gross rent multiplier (GRM), [3] net operating income (NOI), [4] and the capitalization rate (or 'cap rate'). [1] Potential Gross Income is just as it sounds. Imagine you have a 10-unit building with market rents of $1,000 per unit. Your PGI is $10,000 a month or $120,000 a year. If you have laundry machines too, and you figure an average revenue from them of $25 per unit, your PGI is then $10,250 per month or $124,000 per year. [2] Gross Rent Multiplier is a ratio. It's the purchase price of a property divided by the annual PGI. So if you pay $620,000 for the abovementioned property, you're paying five times PGI. Your GRM is five. [3] Net Operating Income is the most important number in all of real estate. It's your PGI minus vacancy and collection losses minus expenses. Period. [4] Capitalization Rate is the most quoted number in commercial real estate. It tells you how much income you are getting per dollar invested. Here's the formula: NOI divided by purchase price equals the cap rate." - Justin Ford
author of Main Street Millionaire, a value-focused real estate investment program.
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[Quote No.27889] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Wile E. Coyote, after scraping himself off the canyon floor, again gives chase, heedless of the dangers ahead, oblivious to any lessons he might learn. Because he is only a cartoon character, no matter how many times he gets splattered, he never really gets hurt. But life is not a cartoon. And if you are the one to take a nose dive when the economy makes an unexpected turn, the pain is real. It may not be so easy to peel yourself off the canyon floor. [Therefore it is important to carefully consider the business cycle as this will help you make wiser choices in your business, your share investing and even when you buy or sell your home.]" - Lakshman Achuthan and Anirvan Banerji
authors of 'Beating the Business Cycle', where this quote comes from.
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[Quote No.27902] Need Area: Money > Invest
"On New Year's Day in 2002, the Wall Street Journal published its annual survey of economists for the upcoming year. Although the economy had been sagging for almost a year, not one of the 55 economists thought that it was in for a serious decline. One hundred percent were wrong - proof that Ph.D. economists are as prone to mob psychology as the rest of us." - Jim Rogers
Fabulously successful share and commodity investior who co-founded the now closed Quantum Fund with George Soros.
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[Quote No.27904] Need Area: Money > Invest
"...despite all the current fascination with global investing and overseas diversification [in 2008], the American stock market is still the bellwether market of the world; the one on which everyone around the world focuses." - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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[Quote No.27905] Need Area: Money > Invest
"It requires a great deal of boldness and a great deal of caution to make a large fortune, and when you have it, you require ten times as much wit to keep it. [There are many stories of those who didn’t; who -especially through greed or complacency- ‘gained-but-waned’.]" - Nathan Rothschild
Famous banker
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[Quote No.27909] Need Area: Money > Invest
"I never tell what I am going to do ‘til I have done it." - Cornelius Vanderbilt
American entrepreneur in the 1800’s.
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[Quote No.27910] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Industry follows finance. [So long as funding can be found, industry will develop anywhere in the world.]" - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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[Quote No.27911] Need Area: Money > Invest
"...the typical merchant bankers’ trade – providing credit for the world’s expanding trade business, trading commodities, shipping bullion, exchanging currencies, and financing importers and exporters." - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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[Quote No.27912] Need Area: Money > Invest
"I would recommend your forming a resolution never to buy any stock on speculation." - Junius Spencer Morgan
Famous American banker in London in the 1860’s. He gave this advice to his son, J.P. Morgan, who was to become the most famous American banker to Wall Street in the early 1900’s. J. P. Morgan had a son, J. P. Morgan, Jr. who also made vast contributions to American banking.
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[Quote No.27913] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The stock market is a place where a man [or woman] with experience gains money and a man [or woman] with money gains some experience." - Daniel Drew
Famous early American share investor
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[Quote No.27914] Need Area: Money > Invest
"To quit [sell] while you’re ahead [with a good rather than an amazing profit] may not be fashionable – but it sure is profitable and smart. [as prices are highest just before they crash. Remember, greed and pride come before a fall.]" - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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[Quote No.27915] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Don’t go with the flow. [Don’t follow the crowd.]" - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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[Quote No.27916] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Never put all your eggs in one basket. [Make sure to diversify and thereby minimise your company, rather than stock market, risk. Don’t put too much into one investment and especially don’t borrow on margin to do it.]" - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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[Quote No.27923] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[He used a trend based system for valuing shares believing that if a stock ever strayed from the ‘Value Lines’ trend expectations, it would slide back to its place. He did admit that his system]... is not infallible, of course, but if a stock has for 10 years sold at 10 times earnings [p/e] and this year it is at 20 times earnings without any radical changes in the company’s business character, which is the moment of insanity? Now? Or all of the past decade?" - Arnold Bernhard
He started the highly regarded American investment newsletter, the ‘Value Line Investment Survey’, that Warren Buffett, one of the world’s greatest share investors, finds useful.
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[Quote No.27924] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[Free market capitalism:] Financial markets via Wall Street [share and bond investors] and their counterpart cousins of capitalism on Main Street [banks] allocate resources more efficiently than a centrally planned economy ever could." - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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[Quote No.27925] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Today’s investment banking world is now cast into a realm of specialities- M&A (Merger and Acquisition), venture capital, IPO’s (initial public offerings), etc." - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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[Quote No.27928] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Adam Smith told us that capitalism would enrich everyone, of all classes, based on individual capability [and contribution]." - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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[Quote No.27929] Need Area: Money > Invest
"You can’t believe everything you read. [or hear, especially regarding investments.]" - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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[Quote No.27930] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The day of the stuffed-shirt director is over. Unless a man [or woman] takes it as a semi-public service, he [or she] shouldn’t take on the assignment at all." - Sidney Weinberg
Investment banker with Goldman Sachs, often called ‘Mr. Wall Street’.
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[Quote No.27936] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Buy straw hats in the winter, when nobody wants them, and sell them in the summer when everybody needs them." - Russell Sage
Highly successful early American share investor. He was the originator of this now often repeated investment advice.
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[Quote No.27937] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Keep what you already have. [When investing focus first and foremost on not losing the money you already have.]" - Russell Sage
Highly successful early American share investor
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[Quote No.27938] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[Investment advice:] Keep speculation and investments separate; Don’t be fooled by a name; Be wary of new promotions [IPO’s – Initial Public Offerings]; Don’t buy without proper facts [Look before you leap]; Safeguard purchases through diversification; Buy outright [Don’t use margin lending]." - Roger W. Babson
Early American innovative share market statistician, investment newsletter publisher and book writer.
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[Quote No.27941] Need Area: Money > Invest
"You buy when the other fellow [thinking things don’t look good] sells, and sell when it looks rosiest...[And don’t be afraid to] leave behind enough in the company for the next investor to turn a profit." - Floyd B. Odlum
Head of the Atlas Corporation and famous American corporate raider.
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[Quote No.27947] Need Area: Money > Invest
"When the Federal Reserve decides to increase the money supply, it buys [rather than sells] U.S. bonds, shrinking the bond supply. As the money supply increases [with the cash the Fed uses to buy the bonds], interest rates – sometimes referred to as the ‘price’ of money (actually, the price of renting money) – are lowered [as now there is more cash about looking for a home so the rates don’t have to be so high to attract attention]. So now, if you had a stock and bond that both yielded 10 percent, for instance, the bond’s price would rise [as now the same number of bond investors are competing for fewer bonds] so that its yield would decrease along with the interest rate to say 8 percent. The stock with the same 10 percent yield now looks a lot better than the 8 percent bond, and hence, it will be in greater demand than it was before, relative to the bond. The law of supply and demand translates into higher stock prices. Thus, as the Fed loosens its purse strings, stock prices rise. [and vice versa. Therefore the old share market investment wisdom, ‘Don’t Fight the Fed’.]" - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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[Quote No.27948] Need Area: Money > Invest
"When a government budget spends more than it receives in taxes it creates a fiscal deficit. Therefore the government - in order to get the money – through its treasury department - must take a loan from investors [including the central bank]. It does this by getting the Treasury Department to create Government bonds, that promise to pay back the loan and give an interest rate that is considered very safe as it is backed by the government's ability to tax its citizens' incomes, and then putting these up for sale." - Unknown

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[Quote No.27949] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Two fun analogies I use to describe investing through the business cycle are ‘Navigating the tides of fortune’ and ‘Farming the economic seasons.’ " - Ben O'Grady
C.E.O. of Imagi-natives.com
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[Quote No.27950] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Trying to gauge the 'animal spirits' of a share market, that is the emotions of fear and greed in the market that drive the desire to invest or not, is sometimes called ‘taking the pulse’ of the market." - Unknown

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[Quote No.27952] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Only a fool holds out for the top dollar [when selling]." - Joseph P. Kennedy
Founding Chairman of the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission [SEC]
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[Quote No.27953] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[Two of the biggest dangers in investing are...] excessive greed and blind trust." - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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[Quote No.27956] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The Dow theory is based on the belief that the stock market always reflects three distinct movements: 1-A primary trend of four or more years [bull/up or bear/down markets as part of the business cycle]. 2-A secondary reaction of about two weeks to a month [either up or down]. 3-Day-to-day fluctuations. The primary movement has been compared to the tide of the ocean; the secondary reaction has been compared to the waves, which sometimes sweep up on the beach despite an ebbing tide or fall back despite a rising tide; and the daily fluctuations, to ripples and splashes that are unimportant by themselves, but must be considered in the whole picture. The primary trend was said to be bullish when the average of one high point tops those of previous points – just as the tide is said to be rising when waves peak one another." - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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[Quote No.27957] Need Area: Money > Invest
"In a bull market people will believe anything. [i.e. technical charting, investing by copying insider trades, buy and hold, etc, because nearly all shares go up somewhat until the bull market changes to a bear market.]" - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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[Quote No.27958] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[Qualifications and]...credentials don’t always mean you’re right...[one of the world’s most respected economists of the early 1920’s, who became infamous for his poor predictions relating to the 1929 stock market crash, Irving] Fisher’s greatest contribution to Wall Street was his own negative example which should stand as a permanent warning to all concerned with financial markets and economics to steer clear of what economists have to say. Since Fisher’s day all kinds of studies have demonstrated that economists are wrong more often than they are right." - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books. Irving Fisher later wrote the book ‘The Stock Market Crash and After’, which collected and detailed his misunderstanding of what was happening and his inability to predict correctly.
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[Quote No.27959] Need Area: Money > Invest
"My central principle of investment is to go contrary to general opinion, on the ground that, if everyone is agreed about its merits, the investment is inevitably too dear and therefore unattractive." - John Maynard Keynes
Famous economist who had a very good track record of successful share investing.
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[Quote No.27960] Need Area: Money > Invest
"It is largely the fluctuations [in market prices which Mr. Market offers, as Ben Graham would have said] which throw up the bargains and the uncertainty due to fluctuations which prevents other people from taking advantage of them. [This is why, according to value investors, it is vital to have methods to calculate the intrinsic value independent of the current market prices]" - John Maynard Keynes
Famous economist who had a very good track record of successful share investing.
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[Quote No.27961] Need Area: Money > Invest
"It [-the book ‘The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind’, by French social theorist Gustave LeBon] brought me the realization that the action of the stock market is nothing more nor less than a manifestation of crowd psychology [and the human emotions of fear and greed]. With this insight, an apparently irrational stock market became comprehensible...the price investors are willing to pay for one dollar’s worth of dividends [the ratio of stock prices to their dividends changes depending on their emotions.] The more confident they are, the more they’ll pay [for the same stocks and thereby the lower the dividend yield]; the more worried they become the less they will pay. [He used this to develop his market ‘Senti-Meter’, which he calculated by dividing the Dow Jones Industrials Average price index figure by the aggregate annual dividends per share of the 30 companies in the average.]" - Edson Gould
Stock market forecaster, who wrote the highly regarded ‘Findings and Forecasts’ investment newsletter.
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[Quote No.27962] Need Area: Money > Invest
"It is almost spiritually ironic that those who [are greedy and] most want money for what it will buy, are those least likely to make and keep huge amounts of it. Success historically goes to those who pray at the [stock market] game’s altar rather than at the altar of luxury. [those who are more interested in making money than making merry]" - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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[Quote No.27963] Need Area: Money > Invest
"I shall buy no more than I have the actual cash to pay for out and out. [i.e. not use margin lending]" - William H. Vanderbilt
the son of the magnate Cornelius Vanderbilt and highly successful in his own right as a railway owner and share investor.
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[Quote No.27965] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[Investment advice:] 1- Look for long-term investments; 2- Wait for undervalued situations [and prices]; 3- Study the fundamentals; 4- Accumulate a position slowly; 5- Let the profits run." - Arthur W. Cutton
Highly successful, Canadian-born, share investor on the early American share market. These, his investment ‘secrets’, were described in an interview with ‘Everybody’s’ Magazine.
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[Quote No.27966] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The longer I operated in Wall Street, the more distrustful I became of tips and ‘inside’ information of every kind." - Bernard Baruch
Highly successful early American share investor.
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[Quote No.27967] Need Area: Money > Invest
"When most of the public is optimistically bullish, and therefore have bought shares, the market will fall as there are few others waiting to buy and thereby drive the prices higher. When most of the public is pessimistically bearish, and therefore have sold their shares, the market will rise on good news as there is a lot of cash waiting to buy and this demand can quickly drive the prices higher." - Seymour@imagi-natives.com

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[Quote No.27969] Need Area: Money > Invest
"...don’t be a wild gambler, particularly on borrowed money [margin loans, etc], or you end up at the mercy of luck... borrowing also causes acts of desperation not otherwise taken. In the process you can lose integrity – and perhaps everything... [Remember] He who lives by leverage, dies by leverage." - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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"Speculation is not an easy business. It is not a game for the stupid, the mentally lazy, the man [or woman] of inferior emotional balance." - Jesse Livermore
Famous early American share trader, who made and lost several fortunes but eventually suicided when broke in 1940.
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"There is no secret in fortune making. I believe in getting in at the bottom and out at the top. All you have to do is buy cheap and sell dear, act with thrift and shrewdness, and be persistent. When I see a good thing going cheap because nobody wants it, I buy a lot of it and tuck it away." - Hetty Green
Highly successful early American female share investor.
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"Remember 'easy' money – isn’t! [If it looks too good to be true - it isn't!]" - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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"When beggars and shoeshine boys, barbers and beauticians can tell you how to get rich [in the share market] it is time to remind yourself that there is no more dangerous illusion than the belief that someone can get something for nothing. [and the share market is probably overpriced and it is time to sell as now even the smallest investors are in the market so who else is there to continue buying and driving the price up further?]" - Bernard Baruch
Highly successful early American share investor and broker who using this wisdom sold all his shares just before the 1929 share market crash.
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"[Share investing and] Wall Street is a place with tremendous inherent pressure. If you can’t take the heat, get off the street." - Ken Fisher
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Fisher Investments, with over $40 billion under management. He is also a columnist for ‘Forbes’ and an author of a number of share investing books.
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