22 Best of Stock Market Quotes

Uploaded by : DreamGains Financials, Posted on : 30 Jun 2015

 

1.

If you don’t study any companies, you have
the same success buying stocks as you do
in a poker game if you bet without looking
at your cards.

 

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Peter Lynch
(*1944, American businessman and stock investor)

 

2.

Investors must keep in mind that there’s a difference
between a good company and a good stock. After all,
you can buy a good car but pay too much for it.

 

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Richard H. Thaler
(*1945, American economist)

 

3.

 In the stock market, you can be right for the
wrong reasons or wrong for the right reasons.

 

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John Allen Paulos
(*1945, American professor of mathematics)

 

4.

The stock market is the story of cycles and
of the human behavior that is responsible
for overreactions in both directions.

 

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Seth Klarman
(*1957, American billionaire who founded the Baupost Group)

 

5.

 It is always better to buy a good stock at a bad price
than buying a bad stock at a good price.

 

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Proverb / Saying

 

6.

 You have to learn that there’s a company behind
every stock, and that there’s only one real reason
why stocks go up. Companies go from doing poorly
to doing well or small companies grow to large companies.

 

 

Fidelity Management & Research Vice Chairman Peter Lynch discusses corporate responsibilty at a "town hall"  meeting at Boston's World Trade Center on Thursday, July 11, 2002. Lynch managed the FIdelity Magellan Fund from 1977 to 1990. Photographer: Neal Hamberg/Bloomberg News


Peter Lynch

(*1944, American businessman and stock investor)

 

7.

 Whether we’re talking about socks or stocks,
I like buying quality merchandise when it is
marked down.

 

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Warren Edward Buffett

(*1930, American business magnate and investor)

 

8.

 Stock market bubbles don’t grow out of thin air.
They have a solid basis in reality, but reality as
distorted by a misconception.

 

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George Soros, born as György Schwartz
(*1930, Jewish-Hungarian born American business magnate)

 

9.

 Investment success does not require
glamour stocks or bull markets.

 

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John Neff
(*1931, American, notable for his value investing styles)

 

10.

If stock market experts were so expert,
they would be buying stock, not selling
advice.

 

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Norman Ralph Augustine
(*1935, American aerospace businessman)

 

11.

 Do not buy the hype from Wall Street and
the press that stocks always go up. There
are long periods when stocks do nothing
and other investments are better.

 

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James Beeland “Jim” Rogers, Jr.
(*1942, American businessman, investor and author)

 

12.

 If you are shopping for common stocks, choose
them the way you would buy groceries, not the
way you would buy perfume.

 

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Benjamin Graham

(1894-1976, British-born American professional investor).

 

13.

Stocks are bought on expectations, not facts.

 

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Gerald Loeb
(1899-1974, founding partner of E.F. Hutton & Co.,
Wall Street trader and brokerage firm)

 

14.

 The stock market is filled with individuals who
know the price of everything, but the value of
nothing.

 

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Philip Arthur Fisher
(1907-2004, American stock investor)

 

15.

The difference between playing the
stock market and the horses is that
one of the horses must win.

 

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Joey Adams, born Joseph Abramowitz
(1911-1999, American comedian)

 

16.

 All intelligent investing is value investing –acquiring more
than you are paying for. You must value the business in
order to value the stock.

 

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Charles Thomas Munger
(*1924, American business magnate, lawyer, and investor)

 

17.

 Don’t look for the needle in the haystack.
Just buy the haystack!

 

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John Clifton “Jack” Bogle
(*1929, founder and retired CEO of the Vanguard Group)

 

18.

 Anybody who plays the stock market not as an insider
is like a man buying cows in the moonlight.

 

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Daniel Drew
(1797-1879, American businessman, and steamship and railroad developer)

 

19.

 Gambling with cards or dice or stock is all one thing.
It’s getting money without giving an equivalent for it.

 

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Henry Ward Beecher
(1813-1887, American Congregationalist clergyman, social reformer, and speaker)

 

20.

 October: This is one of the peculiarly dangerous
months to speculate in stocks. The others are July,
January, September, April, November, May, March,
June, December, August and February.

 

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Samuel Langhorne Clemens,
better known by his pen name Mark Twain
(1835-1910, American author and humorist)

 

21.

 The man who begins to speculate in stocks
with the intention of making a fortune usually
goes broke, whereas the man who trades with
a view of getting good interest on his money
sometimes gets rich.

 

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Charles Henry Dow
(1851-1902, American journalist who co-founded Dow Jones)

 

22.

 One of the funny things about the stock market is that
every time one person buys, another sells, and both think
they are astute.

 

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William A. Feather
(1889-1981, American publisher and author)

 

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