Archive for Investment quotations

11 Most Interesting Investing Blogs Reviewed

Why not a blogroll? Why didn’t we post a sidebar laterally on our investing blog, with all the investing links we considered interesting?
Well, first of all because this would be definitely too long. We at read lots of investing blogs. And we are very human after all – we have opinions on these, of course. Here we go with some of the most popular blogs we watch constantly, as well as with some comments on them.
The blogs are not in any particular order or ranking. We posted them here as they crossed our minds.
Below you will find some of the more interesting investment oriented blogs from the wonderful virtual kingdom we all live in more and more. We can’t guarantee their results on your investing portfolio – but we can tell you that they are good at distilling the barrage of daily financial information. Sometimes, you could even have some fun with these. And sometimes you can make some money. Too bad that we do not know which comes when. Read more

Investments Advertising – No Money for Old Advice

guatemala-currencyI was a few days ago reading an advertisement from Fisher Investments (because it’s not worth I won’t bother to reproduce the link here).
The advertising said that if you have half a million portfolio, you should download free the latest report from a “famous” Forbes columnist. Read more

Famous investing quotations 15 – networking in investments

Companies gain the advantage of a network at a price; they become dependent on outsiders whose behaviour can affect them but who they do not control.

Rosabeth Moss Kanter (b. 1943) US management theorist, academic, and writer. ‘How E-Smart Are You?’, 

World Link  (January–February 2000)

Famous investing quotations 13 – about individuality


Be an individualist—and an individual. You’ll be amazed at how much faster you’ll get ahead.

J. Paul Getty (1892–1976) US entrepreneur, oil industry executive, and financier. 

How to Be Rich (1965)

Famous investing quotes 9 – about investing leadership

“Never sing in chorus, if you want to be heard.”
Jules Archibald (1856–1919) Australian journalist. Attributed to him.

Famous investing quotations 7 – about growth (again)

There are as many foolhardy ways to grow as there are to downsize.

Gary Hamel (b. 1954) US academic, business writer, and consultant.

Digital Britain  (Janua ry2000)

Famous investing quotations 6 – about growth (again)

The strongest principle of growth lies in human choice.

George Eliot (1819–80) British novelist.


Daniel Deronda (1876)