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Intel Stock quotes by Mark Billingham
#1. I could never gamble on stocks and shares because I saw my father get hurt that way - he lost quite a lot of money when the stock market collapsed in 2001. #Quote by Mark Billingham
Intel Stock quotes by Kenneth Fisher
#2. The stock market is a discounter of all known information. #Quote by Kenneth Fisher
Intel Stock quotes by Warren Buffett
#3. If you are not willing to own a stock for 10 years, do not even think about owning it for 10 minutes. #Quote by Warren Buffett
Intel Stock quotes by Yvan Byeajee
#4. Reaching any goal in trading requires specific domain knowledge and technical skills. But then, after that, it's all mindset management. Yet most people ignore that - they automatically think they have that last part all figured out, and it's a mistake. #Quote by Yvan Byeajee
Intel Stock quotes by Robert Noyce
#5. From the beginning at Intel, we planned on being big. #Quote by Robert Noyce
Intel Stock quotes by Lytton Strachey
#6. The genius of the French language, descended from its single Latin stock, has triumphed most in the contrary direction - in simplicity, in unity, in clarity, and in restraint. #Quote by Lytton Strachey
Intel Stock quotes by Randy Neugebauer
#7. In addition to a soaring stock market, 6.6 million jobs have been created since tax relief measures went into effect in 2003. Our deficit situation has also improved as tax revenues have increased at double-digit rates over the past two years. #Quote by Randy Neugebauer
Intel Stock quotes by Debabrata (David) Das
#8. Buying stocks when the broader overall market is trending up is a good idea, for long positions. The trend will provide a tailwind for the stock prices to move higher. #Quote by Debabrata (David) Das
Intel Stock quotes by Will Durant
#9. We have always goodly stock in us of that which we condemn: as only similars can be profitably contrasted, so only similar people quarrel, and the bitterest wars are over the slightest variations of purpose or belief. #Quote by Will Durant
Intel Stock quotes by Laurence Sterne
#10. Heaven be their resource who have no other but the charity of the world, the stock of which, I fear, is no way sufficient for the many great claims which are hourly made upon it. #Quote by Laurence Sterne
Intel Stock quotes by Daniel James Brown
#11. Somewhere among them - those green and untested boys - lay much of the stock from which he would have to select a crew capable of going all the way. The trick would be to find which few of them had the potential for raw power, the nearly superhuman stamina, the indomitable willpower, and the intellectual capacity necessary to master the details of technique. And which of them, coupled improbably with all those other qualities, had the most important one: the ability to disregard his own ambitions, to throw his ego over the gunwales, to leave it swirling in the wake of his shell, and to pull, not just for himself, not just for glory, but for the other boys in the boat. #Quote by Daniel James Brown
Intel Stock quotes by Pola Negri
#12. Alas, in 1929 came the Stock Market crash and everything changed and became worrisome. People started practicing conservatism because of financial losses, myself included. #Quote by Pola Negri
Intel Stock quotes by Emma Donoghue
#13. Unknown Assassin, says the headline. Blanche skips over the details she already knows. How bizarre to see what she lived through last night turned into an item tucked between stock prices and Crazy Horse whupping the army at Little Bighorn. #Quote by Emma Donoghue
Intel Stock quotes by Garry Kasparov
#14. The stock market and the gridiron and the battlefield aren't as tidy as the chessboard, but in all of them, a single, simple rule holds true: make good decisions and you'll succeed; make bad ones and you'll fail. #Quote by Garry Kasparov
Intel Stock quotes by Milan Kundera
#15. Today I know this: when it comes time to take stock, the most painful wound is that of broken friendships; and there is nothing more foolish than to sacrifice a friendship to politics. #Quote by Milan Kundera
Intel Stock quotes by John Dickinson
#16. As in forming a political society, each individual contributes some of his rights, in order that he may, from a common stock of rights, derive greater benefits, than he could from merely his own; so, in forming a confederation, each political society should contribute such a share of their rights, as will, from a common stock of these rights, produce the largest quantity of benefits for them. #Quote by John Dickinson
Intel Stock quotes by Charlie Munger
#17. Over many decades, our usual practice is that if something we like goes down, we buy more and more. Sometimes something happens, you realize you're wrong, and you get out. But if you develop correct confidence in your judgment, buy more and take advantage of stock prices. #Quote by Charlie Munger
Intel Stock quotes by Tim Kang
#18. I was working in financing. I was buying and selling stocks for a market-maker on the options floor at the Pacific Stock Exchange. He took me under his wing and was training me to take over his accounts. That's the career I had embarked on, at the time. #Quote by Tim Kang
Intel Stock quotes by Charles Schwab
#19. I was about thirteen when I started thinking about the stock market. My dad helped me a little bit. I'd see it in the 'Santa Barbara News-Press.' These prices would change every day - what was that all about? #Quote by Charles Schwab
Intel Stock quotes by Chief Joseph
#20. We gathered all the stock we could find, and made an attempt to move. We left many of our horses and cattle in Wallowa. We lost several hundred in crossing the river. #Quote by Chief Joseph
Intel Stock quotes by Daniel Kahneman
#21. There are domains in which expertise is not possible. Stock picking is a good example. And in long-term political strategic forecasting, it's been shown that experts are just not better than a dice-throwing monkey. #Quote by Daniel Kahneman
Intel Stock quotes by Joe Biden
#22. When the stock market crashed, Franklin Roosevelt got on the television and didn't just talk about the princes of greed. He said, 'Look, here's what happened. #Quote by Joe Biden
Intel Stock quotes by Lawrence Hill
#23. Every voter knew that the Family Party had come to power promising to deport Illegals, to manage its borders more efficiently and to ensure that people of traditional European stock weren't overrun in their own country. #Quote by Lawrence Hill
Intel Stock quotes by Amber Le Bon
#24. I actually love shopping in vintage shops. What I do with the high street, I buy it, then keep it for a while and then wear it when everyone's not wearing it. So I do that: stock up, then keep it hidden! #Quote by Amber Le Bon
Intel Stock quotes by Alain De Botton
#25. The new pornography would combine sexual excitement with an interest in other human ideals. The usual animalistic categories and hackneyed plots, replete with stock characters seemingly incapable of coherent speech, would give way to pornographic images and scenarios based aorund such qualities as intelligence (showing people reading or wandering the stacks in libraries), kindness (people performing oral sex on one another with an air of sweetness and regard) or humility (people caught looking embarrassed, shy or self-conscious). #Quote by Alain De Botton
Intel Stock quotes by Michael Lewis
#26. The new structure of the U.S. stock market had removed the big Wall Street banks from their historic, lucrative role as intermediary. At the same time it created, for any big bank, some unpleasant risks: that the customer would somehow figure out what was happening to his stock market orders. And that the technology might somehow go wrong. If the markets collapsed, or if another flash crash occurred, the high-frequency traders would not take 85 percent of the blame, or bear 85 percent of the costs of the inevitable lawsuits. The banks would bear the lion's share of the blame and the costs. The relationship of the big Wall Street banks to the high-frequency traders, when you thought about it, was a bit like the relationship of the entire society to the big Wall #Quote by Michael Lewis
Intel Stock quotes by Gregory Stock
#27. The genomics revolution, proteomics, metabolomics, all of these 'omics' that sound so terrific on grants and on business plans. What we're doing is we are seizing control of our evolutionary future. I mean we're essentially using technology to just jam evolution into fast-forward. #Quote by Gregory Stock
Intel Stock quotes by Dennis Kucinich
#28. Utilities used deregulation to effect a series of mergers limiting competition. In order to accelerate profits, cost cutting ensued, involving the layoff of thousands of utility company employees, including some who were responsible for maintenance of generation, transmission, and distribution systems. A number of investor-owned utilities stopped investing in the maintenance and repair of their own equipment, and, instead, cut costs to enhance the value of their stock rather than spending money to enhance the value of their service. #Quote by Dennis Kucinich
Intel Stock quotes by Arthur Koestler
#29. The Case of the Eyeless Fly

The fruit fly has a mutant gene which is recessive, i.e., when paired with a normal gene, has no discernible effect (it will be remembered that genes operate in pairs, each gene in the pair being derived from one parent). But if two of these mutant genes are paired in the fertilised egg, the offspring will be an eyeless fly. If now a pure stock of eyeless flies is made to inbreed, then the whole stock will have only the 'eyeless' mutant gene, because no normal gene can enter the stock to bring light into their darkness. Nevertheless, within a few generations, flies appear in the inbred 'eyeless' stock with eyes that are perfectly normal. The traditional explanation of this remarkable phenomenon is that the other members of the gene-complex have been 'reshuffled and re-combined in such a way that they deputise for the missing normal eye-forming gene.' Now re-shuffling, as every poker player knows, is a randomising process. No biologist would be so perverse as to suggest that the new insect-eye evolved by pure chance, thus repeating within a few generations an evolutionary process which took hundreds of millions of years. Nor does the concept of natural selection provide the slightest help in this case. The re-combination of genes to deputise for the missing gene must have been co-ordinated according to some overall plan which includes the rules of genetic self-repair after certain types of damage by deleterious mutations. But such co-ordi #Quote by Arthur Koestler
Intel Stock quotes by Julian Simon
#30. The most important benefit of population size and growth is the increase it brings to the stock of useful knowledge. Minds matter economically as much as, or more than, hands or mouths. #Quote by Julian Simon
Intel Stock quotes by Harper Sloan
#31. Time to figure out if I need to buy stock in Smith & Wesson or Magnum #Quote by Harper Sloan
Intel Stock quotes by Edward L. Bernays
#32. A man sits in an office deciding what stocks to buy. He imagines, no doubt, that he is planning his purchases according to his own judgment. In actual fact his judgment is a melange of impressions stamped on his mind by outside influences which unconsciously control his thought. He buys a certain railroad stock because it was in the headlines yesterday and hence is the one which comes most prominently to his mind; because he has a pleasant recollection of a good dinner on one of its fast trains; because it has a liberal labor policy, a reputation for honesty; because he has been told that J. P. Morgan owns some of its shares. #Quote by Edward L. Bernays
Intel Stock quotes by Walter Isaacson
#33. father figure to Jobs. REGIS MCKENNA. Publicity whiz who guided Jobs early on and remained a trusted advisor. MIKE MURRAY. Early Macintosh marketing director. PAUL OTELLINI. CEO of Intel who helped switch the Macintosh to Intel chips but did not get the iPhone business. LAURENE POWELL. Savvy and good-humored Penn graduate, went to Goldman Sachs and then Stanford #Quote by Walter Isaacson
Intel Stock quotes by Coreen T. Sol
#34. Fear is an emotion, not a stock indicator. #Quote by Coreen T. Sol
Intel Stock quotes by Peter Lynch
#35. Spend at least as much time researching a stock as you would choosing a refrigerator. #Quote by Peter Lynch
Intel Stock quotes by Daniel Kahneman
#36. There is general agreement among researchers that nearly all stock pickers, whether they know it or not-and few of them do-are playing a game of chance. #Quote by Daniel Kahneman
Intel Stock quotes by Derek Hough
#37. LEADING LESSONS
Live in a state of gratitude.

When I was a little boy, my dad taught us how to pray. We'd give thanks for meals; in church we'd thank God for his blessings. But as we grow older, expressing gratitude seems less important. We're not as appreciative of the little things; we lose sight of what we already have in our quest to have more. I'm not a religious person anymore, but I see the value in prayer. It's a brilliant incantation you deliver at any time during the day. You physically change your body--you fold your arms, you bow your head--and then you give thanks out loud for all that's good in your life while expressing faith that what's bad will get better. Gratitude reminds us to not give up, to have a positive attitude, and to open our hearts. When I was in London, I would gaze out the train window and think to myself, How lucky am I? Not every kid gets to follow his passion with every fiber of his being. I was so grateful, and that made everything I experienced so much richer. Today, in the crazy rush that is my life and my career, I constantly have to remind myself to stop and take stock. #Quote by Derek Hough
Intel Stock quotes by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
#38. We have this culture of financialization. People think they need to make money with their savings rather with their own business. So you end up with dentists who are more traders than dentists. A dentist should drill teeth and use whatever he does in the stock market for entertainment. #Quote by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Intel Stock quotes by Rob Portman
#39. You could have another downgrade. You could certainly have a stock market reaction that would be negative. And, I think nobody who looks at it objectively would want to happen. #Quote by Rob Portman
Intel Stock quotes by Edwin Lefevre
#40. When the man who ought to want a stock doesn't want it, why should I want it? #Quote by Edwin Lefevre

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