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Sir John Templeton: This Time is Different

Posted by admin on Sunday, September 10, 2017

Sir John Templeton Money Quote saying the temptation to invest in things too good to be true is stronger than reason and more costly than investors can afford. Sir John Templeton said:

The investor who says, ‘This time is different,’ when in fact it’s virtually a repeat of an earlier situation, has
uttered among the four most costly words in the annals of investing
— Sir John Templeton

 
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Bill Browder: Investment Fund Justice

Posted by admin on Saturday, September 9, 2017

Bill Browder Money Quote saying working to bring about justice with Putin sanctions in Russia via the Magnitsky Act is more satisfying than working as an investment fund manager. Bill Browder said:

I enjoyed my life as an investment fund manager but it does not resonate with your soul in the way campaigning for justice does. It is infinitely more satisfying fighting for justice than money
— Bill Browder

Steven J. Lee: Investment Advisor Smarts

Posted by admin on Sunday, August 20, 2017

Steven J. Lee Money Quote saying Take care in who you trust to handle your money, based on their personal success at investing their own money. Steven J. Lee said:

Thy shalt not worship thy investment advisor, for if she were so smart she would be retired by now
— Steven J. Lee

 
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Terri Kallsen: Pay Attention to Your Wealth

Posted by admin on Sunday, July 9, 2017

Terri Kallsen, executive vice president and head of Schwab Investor Services Money Quote saying every person defines wealth differently, but we must recognize that what we have IS our wealth and that it must be tended to. Terri Kallsen said:

It doesn’t matter whether you have a lot or a little — what matters is that you think about the money you have as your wealth, and that you pay attention to it
— Terri Kallsen

Charles Schwab American Wealth Attitudes

American Definitions of Wealth

  • 87% Not having to stress over money
  • 81% Not having to worry about the future 
  • 78% Having a healthy work/life balance 
  • 77% Spending time with my family now
  • 65% Having good physical health
  • 62% Being with friends
  • 61% Being able to donate my money to a cause I care about
  • 58% Having gratitude
  • 56% Building my community
  • 44% Working on my career
  • 42% Having money
  • 39% Being able to donate my time to a cause I care about
  • 38% Making lots of money 
  • 35% Having a lot of money
  • 23% Leaving an inheritance for my family
  • 22% Having an important job title 
  • 19% Being able to buy whatever I want now 
  • 13% Having more money than most people I know

Warren Buffett: Presidential Market Credit

Posted by admin on Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Warren Buffett Money Quote saying President Trump is taking credit for the improvement of the U.S. economy since his election, but will certainly distance himself from blame if the market drops. Warren Buffett said:

If I ever get elected president, I will never claim credit for anything the market does, because I don’t want to be blamed when it goes the other direction
— Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett: Keep on Buying America

Posted by admin on Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Warren Buffett Money Quote saying investing in the stock market should not be done with short term intentions, but rather over the long haul for wealth accumulation. Warren Buffett said:

They shouldn’t listen to a lot of jabbering about what the market’s going to do tomorrow or next week or next month, because nobody knows. They should just keep buying and buying and buying a little bit of America as they go along. And 30 or 40 years from now, they will have a lot of money
— Warren Buffett

John Bogle: Investors Pay Nothing

Posted by admin on Wednesday, May 24, 2017

John Bogle Money Quote saying he defines ironic as getting all when paying none in the stock market. John Bogle said:

The grim irony of investing, then, is that we investors as a group not only don’t get what we pay for, we get precisely what we don’t pay for. So if we pay for nothing, we get everything
— John Bogle

Steve Mnuchin: Bank Stock Thank Me

Posted by admin on Monday, May 1, 2017

Steve Mnuchin Money Quote saying as the new Secretary of the Treasury that his influence on Trump policies helped the markets and bank stocks in particular. Steven Mnuchin said:

You should all thank me for your bank stocks doing better
— Steve Mnuchin

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