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[Quote No.32101] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Ten Share Market Rules To Remember: 1- Markets tend to return to the mean over time. 2- Excesses in one direction will lead to an opposite excess in the other direction. 3- There are no new eras - excesses are never permanent. 4- Exponential rapidly rising or falling markets usually go further than you think, but they do not correct by going sideways. 5- The public buys the most at the top and the least at the bottom. 6- Fear and greed are stronger than long-term resolve. 7- Markets are strongest when they are broad and weakest when they narrow to a handful of blue chip names 8- Bear markets have three stages - sharp down - reflexive rebound - a drawn-out fundamental downtrend. 9- When all the experts and forecasts agree - something else is going to happen 10- Bull markets are more fun than bear markets." - Robert 'Bob' Farrell
Chief market strategist at Merrill Lynch for 25 years. He was named best market timer for 16 years out of those 25 - a remarkable achievement, which resulted in his legendary status and his induction into the Wall Street Week Hall Of Fame after he retired in 2004.
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[Quote No.32102] Need Area: Money > Invest
"In trading/investing, an understanding of mass psychology is often more important than an understanding of economics: Simply put, 'When they are cryin', you should be buyin'! and when they are yellin', you should be sellin'!' This is psychology at work and it's most elegant." - Dennis Gartman
Famous investment consultant and trader.
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[Quote No.32127] Need Area: Money > Invest
"All journalists [especially financial journalists] are, by virtue of their handicraft, alarmists [- making 'bad' into 'horrific' and 'good' into 'fabulous']; this is their way of making themselves interesting [and being able to sell more newspapers, etc., and therefore charge more for advertising and make more profit. It is the nature of journalism and this should be considered before acting on any information or opinion they present]." - Lord George A. Riddell

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[Quote No.32132] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Distrust [skepticism] and caution are the parents of security!" - Benjamin Franklin

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[Quote No.32141] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Becoming an expert stock picker is not an easy thing to do. It requires enormous work and a great deal of thinking about the whole process. Most beginners in their first ten years complain that everything is so confusing. This is because they are just starting out and have not yet reached the point of consolidating in their minds a new and different way of looking at the world. It will take many years of consistent work, study and contemplation before breaking through to a view of the investment process that makes consistent sense and which they can apply with confidence. Nobody can just teach it to us, we have to actively learn." - Colin Nicholson
Australian share investment author, speaker and trainer.
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[Quote No.32143] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Financial 'genius' is a rising market. [Many first time investors make money in a rising, bull market and then make the mistake of thinking they are clever rather than lucky. Anybody - even first-time, know-nothing investors - can make money in a rising bull market, as by definition in these periods nearly everything goes up. The question to ask is did they keep their profits? Real financial skill is only shown by surviving and prospering through both rising bull and falling bear markets, because this shows that the investor truly understands the pros and cons of what and when they buy and sell.]" - Kenneth Galbraith
Famous economist and fund manager.
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[Quote No.32166] Need Area: Money > Invest
"By keeping interest rates low the Fed [US Federal Reserve or any central bank dictating monetary policy in the form of interest rates and liquidity] is forcing people to speculate on something [...literally to take on more risk, whether it is speculating in the share market, real estate or commodities, to get a better return than an unacceptably low interest rate from saving. This will speed up the economy but runs the risk of eventually overheating the markets and resulting in an even worse situation than when the interest rates were lowered to stimulate the economy]." - Dr. Marc Faber
Economic commentator and financial advisor.
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[Quote No.32167] Need Area: Money > Invest
"When you're confident you might consider selling [as the investment may be overvalued due to everyone's over-confidence and about to fall when this is realised]. When you feel terrified, you might consider buying [as the investment may be undervalued due to everyone's excessive fear and about to rise when this is realised]." - Rick Rule
Investment adviser.
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[Quote No.32197] Need Area: Money > Invest
"An investor should ordinarily hold a small piece of an outstanding business with the same tenacity that an owner would exhibit if he owned all of that business." - Warren Buffett
A highly successful value share investor and one of the richest men in the world.
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[Quote No.32202] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Invest... the way a farmer invests in his land. Plant your seeds. Let them grow. Keep an eye on them, giving them a bit of water and fertilizer here and there and doing some pest control. Then - when the 'season' is ending in that market area... reap your rewards." - Julie Broad
Successful real estate investor.
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[Quote No.32234] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The aim of investment is maximum real returns after tax." - Sir John Templeton
Famous share investor.
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[Quote No.32250] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[Currencies usually reflect the fiscal strength of an economy, the interest differential and the trade balance. This however can change in an ecconomic crisis. The following quote goes some way to explaining this.] Why had the US dollar been riding so high over the last few years whilst the economy was one of the hardest hit [in the Great Recession 2007-9]? For all its economic problems, the US is still the largest economy in the world, and its currency is the global [Reserve] currency. Investors headed into dollar denominated assets, particularly US Treasury bonds (which are seen as the safest investment possible!) when things got ugly. When you invest in US denominated assets from outside of the US, you have to buy US dollars to do it. So the global demand for the safety of US bonds gave the US dollar a lot of support. These same investors are [now] selling up. They're on the hunt for profits once more as positive data is stacking up. Purchasing Manager Indices (PMI) show what is happening at factory level. A high PMI shows that orders are going in, goods are being produced and inventories are increasing. This week we saw surprisingly high PMI's across the world, and this has triggered an exodus from the US dollar into pretty much anywhere else. Even if investors didn't want to sell out of the US dollar now, they are now faced with the choice of speculating elsewhere or watching their investments shrink in value. By the same argument we can expect the Australian dollar to appreciate. Moreover, the Australian Dollar moves closely with commodity prices, which have been on the rise for the last six months... Of course, it all depends on the demand from importing countries. If demand isn't sustainable, commodity prices won't take off. As Australia's largest trade partner, it is a potential problem that China's current growth is driven primarily by fiscal stimulus. This can't be kept up indefinitely. Besides, the bubbles that have been growing in China's property and stock markets may burst, slowing growth as well as demand for Australian resources. Either way, global appetite for risk is on its way up, and Australia is offering what investors want." - Dr. Alex Cowie
He holds a holds a Graduate Degree in Finance and Investment from the Financial Services Institute of Australia. This quote comes from 'The Daily Reckoning [Australia] Week in Review', August 1st to August 7th, 2009.
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[Quote No.32251] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The overriding approach to real estate success used to be ‘location, location, location,’ but it is an absolute fact that ‘timing, timing, timing’ [that is proactively navigating the business cycle] is the ultimate driver behind maximizing return on investment." - Richard S. Ziman
Chairman and CEO, Arden Realty, Inc.
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[Quote No.32252] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Predicting the weather is part science and part art, but it requires an in depth understanding of weather conditions, phenomena and pattern recognition. Meteorologists spend several years studying these cycles, and they rely on advanced radar systems and computer modeling software to help identify storm fronts, so people can evacuate, or beautiful high pressure systems, that people can enjoy. [Being a successful investor involves similar forecasting skills, for the economy, companies and markets, so they can profitably farm the economic seasons and avoid the inevitable financial storms.]" - Rebecca Clement
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[Quote No.32253] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Making trading money is about indentifying clear and present value with a near-term catalyst." - Charlie Aitken
Director, Head of Institutional Dealing, Southern Cross Equities.
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[Quote No.32259] Need Area: Money > Invest
"There is a phrase often used in dealing rooms... 'Enjoy the party, but dance near the door.' A stock market rally does not a recovery make. [despite what ivory-tower economists, inexperienced analysts, self-serving brokers and financially naive politicians say, at the time. As many too eager investors have found to their horror, often these rallies are just bear market rallies followed by the market sharply falling to new lows.]" - Tim Price
Director of Investment, PFP Wealth Management.
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[Quote No.32264] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[Fundamental, value investing:] ...if the P/E is low and the dividend yield is okay, and the stock isn’t overbought, I will buy [the shares of good companies]. " - Li Ka-shing
Billionaire CEO of his companies, Cheung Kong (Holdings) Ltd. and Hutchison Whampoa Ltd. and Asia’s second-richest man. He predicted China’s stock-market bubble would burst in 2007 and has been dubbed by the Hong Kong media as 'Superman' for his investing acumen.
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[Quote No.32304] Need Area: Money > Invest
"In modern business [especially investment advice] it is not the crook who is to be feared most, it is the honest man [or woman] who doesn't know what he [or she] is doing." - Owen D. Young

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[Quote No.32311] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Making money is hard. Losing it is easy. [So always consider risk before reward as a 'bird in the hand is worth two in the bush'.]" - Yu Faz
A mysterious Mongolian philosopher, believed to have lived in the 13th century, when he was an advisor to the Great Khan.
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[Quote No.32312] Need Area: Money > Invest
"...coming events cast their shadows before." - Thomas Campbell
(1777 – 1844)
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[Quote No.32319] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Nobody has ever bet enough on a winning horse." - American Proverb

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[Quote No.32343] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[Before you invest in any business make sure you understand it.] To understand a business, figure out what results it is achieving, why it is getting those results, and what could happen to change what is causing those results." - Charlie Munger
Lawyer, successful share investor, property developer and business partner of the legendary share market investor, Warren Buffett.
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[Quote No.32352] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The mob [like any herd] has many heads but no brains." - English Proverb

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[Quote No.32366] Need Area: Money > Invest
"What intelligent speculation tells us is that before the [share] market finds its bottom [in this crash], the economy is going to have to find its bottom. Both the data and anecdotal evidence tells me that the economy is still likely to get worse than better. I think, therefore I am in cash." - Peter Navarro
Peter Navarro is a Professor at the Merage School of Business, University of California-Irvine and received his Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University. He is the author of the path-breaking 'The Well-Timed Strategy', the investment classic 'If It's Raining In Brazil, Buy Starbucks' and 'Always a Winner: Managing for Competitive Advantage in an Up and Down Economy'. His internationally recognized expertise lies in his 'big picture' application of a highly sophisticated but easily accessible macroeconomic analysis of the business cycle and stock market cycle for corporate executives and investors. He is a regular CNBC contributor and has been featured on 60 Minutes. His articles have appeared in a wide range of publications, from Business Week, the Los Angeles Times, New York Times and Wall Street Journal to the Harvard Business Review, the MIT Sloan Management Review, and the Journal of Business. He writes a free weekly newsletter published at www.PeterNavarro.com. The above quote reflected his view in late 2008 when the share market was still falling. His free newsletter was reasonably accurate in warning of the stock market crash in November 2007 and then of the start of the bull market in March 2009.
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[Quote No.32374] Need Area: Money > Invest
"History makes men wise." - Sir Francis Bacon

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[Quote No.32382] Need Area: Money > Invest
"I am often asked what school of economic thought [Austrian, Keynesian, Friedmanite, etc] I adhere to, and the answer is, none. I would rather try to get it right. And rather than argue for one policy or another (which admittedly I sometimes do), it is more important [as an investor] to figure out what those who actually will effect policy will do, and then make sure we are not in the way of the train they are sending down the tracks." - John Mauldin
President of Millennium Wave Advisors, LLC (MWA) which is an investment advisory firm registered with multiple U.S. states.
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[Quote No.32386] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Doubt is not a pleasant mental state, but certainty is a ridiculous one [especially for an investor]." - Voltaire

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[Quote No.32407] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The reason there's so much ignorance [and misinformation about investing] is that those who have it are so eager to share it. [and therefore boost their ego as well as hopefully their bank accounts as others follow their advice. However really successful investors do not want the world to get their hard won knowledge about investing because then they would have no competitive advantage and their ability to make money through these insights would be diminished. Therefore to become a good investor takes a lot of research and experimentation to discover and monitor the indicators that work consistently from the many that don't.]" - Frank A. Clark

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[Quote No.32411] Need Area: Money > Invest
"[In investing, as in all forms of speculation - including betting, knowledge and hard work are more important than luck.] The most successful [punters - racehorse gamblers] are those who know almost every horse in training. And they study the races every day. They learn, over time, which horses run consistently to form and which do not. They discover which horses prefer right-handed tracks and which do better left-handed, which jumpers like long run-ins and which short, and whether they are likely to win uphill finishes or flat ones. They know if a horse runs above or below par on firm or soft ground, and also what weight suits a particular horse and whether to keep away from it in handicaps when it's rated too highly. They know where each horse is trained, if it runs badly after long journeys in a horsevan and even if a particular horse tends to do better than its rivals in sunshine or in rain." - Dick Francis
He was born in 1920, piloted Spitfires during World War II for the Royal Air Force and spent the 1950s as one of Britain's leading jockeys, riding horses belonging to the Queen Mother. Only after his early retirement did he turn to writing fiction and he became very successful at it. This quote comes from the story, 'Even Money' he wrote in collaboration with his son, Felix.
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[Quote No.32435] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Educated risks are the key to success." - William Olsten

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[Quote No.32454] Need Area: Money > Invest
"A great deal of intelligence [and research] can be invested in [creating and preserving] ignorance when the need for illusion [and deception] is deep. [So beware arguments that are not commonsense, especially when delivered by intelligent people, because they are either confused or deliberately trying to confuse.]" - Saul Bellow

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[Quote No.32491] Need Area: Money > Invest
"In a recent CNBC interview, Warren Buffett was asked to identify one economic indicator that he would consider most relevant for evaluating overall economic conditions if he was stranded on a desert island for a month and had no other access to information. He immediately mentioned rail car loadings as a top candidate for this 'desert island indicator', and has made similar comments in the past. Let’s assume that Mr. Buffett received the Association of American Railroads September Rail Time Indicators report and had to draw some conclusions regarding the state of the overall economy. The report actually includes a significant amount of information that is not directly related to rail shipments, so let’s just focus on a few of the indicators published in the report that pertain to railroad indicators: •'U.S. freight railroads originated 1,116,182 carloads in August 2009, down 16.4% (218,593 carloads) from August 2008 and the 10th straight double-digit monthly carload decline. However, the percentage decline in August was the lowest since February 2009.' •'Average weekly carloads on U.S. railroads in August 2009 (279,046) were more than 15,000 carloads higher than in July 2009 and higher than any previous month in 2009, though seasonal factors account for some of that increase...' Looking at the report’s breakdown of rail traffic by commodity type, nearly every category still shows double digit declines from the prior year, although as the report indicates, traffic has improved significantly from the depths of the recession earlier this year. There are numerous charts in the report that show more granular details. The rail indicators seem to show an economy that is improving but still significantly depressed compared to the period prior to the September 2008 meltdown in financial markets. Average weekly carloads still falls far short of the levels seen in 2006 and 2007. While year over year comparisons will improve starting in October, it does not appear that predictions of a 'V' shaped recovery can be supported by this indicator. Obviously rail traffic is just one indicator of economic activity but it deserves special consideration given Mr. Buffett’s recommendation and is something to keep in mind for those who are making investment decisions predicated on an assumption of rapid improvements in economic activity in the 4th quarter. In general, making investment decisions based only on macroeconomic factors is not consistent with a value investing approach. However, the investment thesis for many companies can be influenced to some degree based on whether an investor is assuming a quick return to rapid growth or a longer period of relative stagnation in the economy. It is dangerous to look at average earnings of a company from 2005 to 2008 and assume a rapid return to those levels if the company is particularly exposed to macroeconomic factors." - Ravi Nagarajan

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[Quote No.32492] Need Area: Money > Invest
"You can boost any kind of asset by printing money. What then happens, you can print money whether physically with a printing press or electronically, what you don`t really control are the long term consequences of the money printing. In other words, the money then flows into the system and it can go into commodities, or into equities, or it can go into art prices, it can go into wages or into comsuption. And when we have large excess capacity and you have very high unemployment it doesn`t go into capital spending, into the construction of new factories, into the acquisition of equipment and machinery or R&D. It goes mostly into speculation." - Marc Faber
International investor known for his uncanny predictions of the stock market and futures markets around the world. Quoted in Bloomberg, September 14, 2009.
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[Quote No.32493] Need Area: Money > Invest
"You don't get rewarded for taking risk; you get rewarded for buying cheap assets." - Jeremy Grantham
Co-founder of the investment firm GMO.
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[Quote No.32498] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The rich become richer and the poor become poorer, because the rich have learnt the importance of saving and investing, which is the magic key to a brighter future for anyone." - Seymour@imagi-natives.com

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[Quote No.32550] Need Area: Money > Invest
"Exigo a me non ut optimis par sim, sed ut malis melior. [I require myself not to be equal to the best, but to be better than the bad.]" - Seneca

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[Quote No.32608] Need Area: Money > Invest
"History shows that long-term returns are much higher for a share portfolio formed midway through a recession than one formed midway through a recovery." - Bob Irish
'Investor's Daily Edge' Newsletter.
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[Quote No.32609] Need Area: Money > Invest
"The most important determinant of the strength of an economy recovery is the depth of the downturn that preceded it. There are no exceptions to this rule, including the 1929-1939 period." - Michael T. Darda
Chief economist of MKM Partners, Greenwich, Conn.
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[Quote No.32610] Need Area: Money > Invest
"In the post World War II era, the [U.S.] government has attacked recessions with an average fiscal stimulus of 2.6% of GDP and an average monetary stimulus of 0.3% of GDP, for a combined countercyclical lift of 2.9%. (Fiscal stimulus I define as the cumulative change in the federal budget, monetary stimulus as the cumulative change in the Fed's balance sheet, both measured from the peak of the boom to the trough of the bust.) This time out [in 2008-9], the fiscal stimulus is likely to measure 10% of GDP, monetary stimulus 9.5% of GDP, for a combined pick-me-up equivalent to 19.5% of GDP. Our Great Recession would be marked for greatness if for no other reason than by the outpouring of federal dollars to repress it... [including] driving money market interest rates to zero and... setting all-time American records in money-printing ($1.2 trillion conjured in the past 12 months)." - James Grant
Editor of 'Grant's Interest Rate Observer'. Quoted from an article entitled 'From Bear to Bull' written for 'The Wall Street Journal', September 19, 2009.
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[Quote No.32637] Need Area: Money > Invest
"That a fact is deemed true by the majority does not prove its truth." - Ludwig von Mises
Famous Austrian economist.
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"It is counterintuitive, but the fundamental economic problem [in the 2007-9 Great Financial Crisis and in fact nearly all share market crashes and economic recessions] was not the 'bust' — it was the [previous] 'boom,' under which too much wealth was put to inefficient use. The recession is the period when we wind down investments and put capital and labor to use in more competitive and sustainable businesses. If this redeployment of resources is not allowed to proceed because of [government's politically motivated but economically misguided] bailouts and stimulus programs, old mistakes will survive and drag us down in the future as well. A famous Austrian economist, Joseph Schumpeter, warned that recovery is sound only if it comes of itself. A government stimulus 'adds to an undigested remnant of maladjustment [bad investment], new maladjustment of its own which has to be liquidated in turn, thus threatening business with another crisis ahead... [and may] in the end, lead to a collapse worse than the one it was called in to remedy.' " - Johan Norberg
Senior fellow at the U.S. political think-tank the Cato Institute and author of the book, 'Financial Fiasco: How America's Infatuation with Home Ownership and Easy Money Created the Economic Crisis'.
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"The Great Depression, like most other periods of severe unemployment [and economic recession], was produced by government mismanagement [both before and after the great stock market crash of 1929] rather than by any inherent instability of the private economy. [It is extraordinary but not unexpected that government and politicians have reinterpreted history to the masses to make themselves the heroes through their financial support for the population after the crash rather than being the villans whose short-sighted, self-serving and inept policies and regulations enabled it in the first place.]" - Milton Friedman
(1912 – 2006), American economist, statistician, public intellectual, and a recipient of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics. From his book, 'Capitalism and Freedom', published in 1962.
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[Quote No.32766] Need Area: Money > Invest
"M&A [Merger and Acquisition activity] is usually most active at the top of a bull market when listed companies making plenty of cash are egged on by impatient shareholders looking for acquisitions to provide further earnings growth. Most such acquisitions end in disaster, given they are often rash, megalomaniacal and made under duress from stock analysts. Think Rio and Alcan, Foster's and Southcorp. But M&A is also a feature of market bottoms, in which the surviving stronger companies look to snap up bargains among the weaker, struggling companies to consolidate market share and integrate businesses ahead of a more prosperous future. It is the classic case of Schumpeter's 'money passing from weak hands to strong'. [Smart directors of companies just like smart shareholders wait till companies are cheap to buy and sell assets and companies when they are expensive - buying low and selling high.]" - Greg Peel
Financial journalist with the website FNArena.
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"The most commonly used statistic for unemployment is known as the U-3 rate. But this number is flawed. It doesn't count those who have given up looking for a job. Or those who have settled for part-time work. A more accurate statistic is the U-6 rate, which includes those 'discouraged workers'." - Charles Delvalle
Financial analyst.
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"There is no such thing as luck. It's a fancy name for being always at our duty, and so sure to be ready when good time comes." - Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton

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"If you're not big enough to lose, you're not big enough to win." - Walter Reuther

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"Remember, certainty does not exist in the investment world and savvy investors should remain open to all outcomes." - Puru Saxena
He is founder of Puru Saxena Wealth Management, based in Hong Kong, which manages investment portfolios for individuals and corporate clients and a highly showcased investment manager and a regular guest on CNN, BBC World, CNBC, Bloomberg, NDTV and various radio programs.
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"[In life but especially in investing] ...it is a far greater thing to be aware of the ground on which you tread, even if it is strewn with dangers; than to be ignorant and run recklessly through a minefield. Ignorance is not bliss; ignorance is delayed catastrophe. " - Andrew Gavin Marshall

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"One of the greatest risks in investing is over optimism." - Charlie Munger
Vice Chairman, Berkshire Hathaway.
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"If you aren't investing based on fundamental valuation principles, you are not investing. You may think you are, but Ben Graham [the 'Father of Seccurity Analysis'] had another term for it: speculation [or in other words, gambling]." - Charlie Munger
Vice Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway and highly respected share investor.
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