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Kim Dotcom: Markets Fueled by Fantasy

Posted by admin on Friday, July 10, 2015

Kim Dotcom Money Quotation saying fiat currency fuels stock markets by mutual fantasy and no reality. Kim Dotcom said:
 
Kim Dotcom Markets are a fragile fantasy fueled by printed money that isn't linked to real value quote
 

“Markets are a fragile fantasy fueled by printed money that isn’t linked to real value” — Kim Dotcom

 

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Robert Frost on Poets on Trial

Posted by admin on Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Robert Frost Money Quotation saying writers look down on payment for creativity but each will be judged by payment whether rich or poor. Robert Frost said:
 
Modern poets talk against business, poor things, but all of us write for money. Beginners are subjected to trial by market Quote
 

“Modern poets talk against business, poor things, but all of us write for money. Beginners are subjected to trial by market” — Robert Frost

 

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This Robert Frost quote is commenting on the relationship between poets and the business/market aspects of writing poetry. He acknowledges that even though some modern poets criticize business, all poets ultimately write with the goal of making money.

The quote also suggests that beginning poets have to prove themselves commercially by whether their work sells in the market. So Frost is acknowledging the reality that poetry, like any artistic endeavor, requires commercial success to some degree in order to have a career as a poet.

The “trial by market” line indicates that new poets must face scrutiny from the public marketplace to determine if their work is worth supporting financially.

Warren Buffett on Value Investment

Posted by admin on Thursday, September 5, 2013

Warren Buffett Money Quotation saying don’t invest for the short term, be happy for growth over time and long term value of the investment. Warren Buffett said:
 
Only buy something that you’d be perfectly happy to hold if the market shut down for ten years Quote
 

“Only buy something that you’d be perfectly happy to hold if the market shut down for ten years” — Warren Buffett

 

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The money quote above emphasizes the importance of investing for the long term, rather than focusing on short-term gains or losses. Buffett is suggesting that investors should only put their money into companies that they believe in and would be willing to hold on to, even if there was a major disruption in the stock market that prevented them from selling for a long period.

By only investing in companies you think are well-run and have solid long-term prospects, you won’t feel forced to sell during periods of volatility. This allows your investments to ride out downturns and benefit from long-term growth. The quote encourages patience and discipline, rather than panicking over short-term price fluctuations.

Doug Pike: Breaking Investment Rules

Posted by admin on Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Doug Pike Money Quotation asking Is it possible using an investment rules mistake jar as market strategy could keep a frugal investor afloat in stormy financial seas?. Doug Pike said in Splattered on the Road to Wealth said:
 
Every time I break one of my investment rules, I put $10  in the mistake jar. Worth more than my portfolio Quote
 

Every time I break one of my investment rules, I put $10 in the mistake jar. As of today, it’s worth more than my portfolio — Doug Pike

 

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Anita Roddick: Heartfelt Economics

Posted by admin on Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Anita Roddick Money Quotation saying The stock market has no concern for feelings or emotions even though investors control the finances of the world. Anita Roddick said:
 
The market controls everything, but the market has no heart Quote
 

“The market controls everything, but the market has no heart” — Anita Roddick

 

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Arthur Bloch: Market Predictions

Posted by admin on Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Funny Money Quotes: We all believe we can predict the future of the market, but very few can know what happens after their prognostication proves out. Arthur Bloch said:
 
You may know where the market is going, but you can't possibly know where it's going after that Quote
 

“You may know where the market is going, but you can’t possibly know where it’s going after that” — Arthur Bloch

 
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