Posts Tagged ‘investing’
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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Robert G. Allen Money Quotation saying Savings are not for growth, but for safety and reserves. Invest for growth to get wealthy. Robert G. Allen said:
How many millionaires do you know who have become wealthy by investing in savings accounts?
I rest my case
— Robert G. Allen
Bernie Sanders Money Quotation saying any bank considered too large to fail should be broken up and investment activities curtailed. Bernie Sanders said:
In my view, if a bank is too big to fail, it is too big to exist. Wall Street cannot continue to be an island unto itself investing trillions in risky financial instruments
— Bernie Sanders
J. Kenfield Morley Money Quotation saying you can earn safe, reliable income and sleep at night or risk more and party on occasion. J. Kenfield Morley said:
In investing money the amount of interest you want should depend on whether you want to eat well or sleep well — J. Kenfield Morley
Calvin Coolidge Money Quotation saying the focus of american consciousness is on finance and producing income and focus on little else. Calvin Coolidge said:
[Americans] are profoundly concerned with producing, buying, selling, investing and prospering in the world — Calvin Coolidge
Paul Samuelson Money Quote compares investing to watching the grass growing or paint drying – as it should not be considered exciting, just a routine process.
Investing should be more like watching paint dry or watching grass grow. If you want excitement, take $800 and go to Las Vegas
— Paul Samuelson
Warren Buffett Money Quotation makes the concept of investing simple by showing that it involves putting a hold on collecting the reward in order to increase profit.
Investing is laying out money today to receive more money tomorrow
— Warren Buffett