Brainy Quotes for You


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Success in stock market is being 90% right 70% of the time.

Don’t confuse brains with the bull market.

Success in the stock market usually comes to those, who are too busy to be looking for it.

Markets test patience and reward conviction

Markets can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent.

Everyone has brain power to make money in stocks, but few have the stomach.

In the stock market, a good nervous system is more important than a good head.

Forecasts tell us more about the forecasters than the future.

Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing. It is better to be approximately right than to be precisely wrong.

Rational people acting independently can produce irrational market results.

At stock market, money is moved from active to patient investors.

Fear is the foe of the faddist but a friend of the fundamentalist.


Be greedy when others are fearful and be fearful, when others are greedy.

Four most dangerous words in investing- “It is different this time”

Great (Idea+Manager+Price) = Great investment results.

True investors realize that ‘get rich quick’ usually means ‘get poor quicker’

Savings will not make you rich, only canny investments do that.

Wealth creation is the art of buying a rupee for 40 paise.

Own not the most, but the best.

Investing without research is like playing pocker without looking at the cards.

It is optimism that is the enemy of the rational buyer.

The definition of a great company is one that will remain great for many, many years.

Focus on return on equity, not on earning per share.

Business growth per se tells little about value.

The secret of long-term investment success is benign neglect. Don’t try too hard.

Much success can be attributed in inactivity.

Value of analysis diminishes, as element of chance increases.

The time to get interested in a stock is when no one else is.

An investor’s worst enemy is not the stock market but his own emotions.

There is no formula to figure out the intrinsic value of a stock.

You have to know the business.

Temperament costs investors more than ignorance.

Source: (Online Community for Indian Investors & Traders)

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