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Wit and wisdom on money, wall road and accomplishment - part #2 - investing

 

Here are ten more WISDOM packed GEMS that ooffer very unqiue insights to the world of trading and investing.

These speech marks promote a idea which is cheerfully understandable and from time to time hysterical.

In my 25+ years of investing I have cool hundreds of quotation marks allied to Wisdom, Wall Lane and Success. I accept this small choice with the hopes that it will enlighten the air force compulsory for your expectations economic success. Enjoy!

1) "If 40 million citizens say a foolish thing, it does not befit a wise one. "

- W. Somerset Maugham

2) "One thousand dollars left to earn appeal at 8% a year will grow to $43 quadrillion in 400 years, but the first hundred years are the hardest. "

Sidney Homer, A Chronicle of Appeal Rates

3) "Everytime chronicle repeats itself, the price goes up. "

-Anonymous

4) "In all recorded history, there has not been one economist who has had to worry about where the the next meal would come from. "

-Peter Drucker

5) "A good broker has to have three things: a continual incapability to agree to equipment at face value, to feel always unsettled, and to have humility.

-Michael Steinhardt

6) "Don't bamboozle brains with a bull market. "

-Humphrey Neill

7) "Financial genius is a rising stock market. "

-John Kenneth Galbraith

8) "The end of a advertise is to facilitate trade. "

-J. Peter Steidlemayer

9) "Buy high, sell higher. "

-William O'Neil

10) "Manage Your Risk or It Will Control You!"

-Harald Anderson - Analyst at eOptionsTrader. com

Harald Anderson is the come to grief and Chief Analyst of eOptionsTrader. com a chief online source of Options Trading Information. He writes consistently for economic publications on Risk Management and Trading Strategies. His goal in life is to befall the kind of character that his dog before now thinks he is. http://www. eOptionsTrader. com.


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