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March 15, 2012 – Quote of the Day

“At these prices, bonds should have warning labels on them,” said Doug Kass of Seabreeze Partners.

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March 14, 2012 – Quote of the Day

“I don’t pay any attention to the GDP forecasts of economists”, said Oracle of Omaha Warren Buffet,

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March 13, 2012 – Quote of the Day

“We got competing against cheap labor. What we didn’t get is competing against cheap genius, and that’s what we are doing now with china and India,” said Tom Friedman in his newest book, “That Used to Be Us.”

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March 12, 2012 – Quote of the Day

“The December, 1999 Green Book, the internal forecasting paper of the Federal Reserve, has a disclaimer which said “not to be used externally, and harmful if swallowed”, said president of the Dallas Fed, Richard Fisher.  

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March 9, 2012 – Quote of the Day

If you can pick up any emerging market with a multiple of less than 20, it is a great long term investment,” said professor Jeremy Siegel at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business.

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March 8, 2012 – Quote of the Day

“We’ve had several false starts in this recovery. People jump on the train just before it runs off the tracks. You have to be wary about that,” said a well-known economist.

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March 7, 2012 – Quote of the Day

“We are about to do something terrible to you. We are going to deprive you of an enemy,” Soviet commentator, Georgi Arbitov, told Secretary of State George Schultz at the end of the cold war.

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March 6, 2012 – Quote of the Day

“What’s very different today is that when dividend yields are much higher than interest rates, you don’t need as much earnings growth and capital gains to have a great investment,” said professor Jeremy Siegel at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business.

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March 5, 2012 – Quote of the Day

“If you’re not busy being born, you’re busy dying,” said folk singer, Bob Dillon.

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March 2, 2012 – Quote of the Day

“If I relied on my customers to tell me what they wanted, they’d ask for faster horses,” said Henry Ford, the founder of Ford Motors.

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March 1, 2012 – Quote of the Day

When I left the Treasury Department, 92% of the American public were against the TARP, but only 60% were against torture. That gives you some idea how much Americans are against bailouts,” said for Treasury Secretary, Hank Paulson.

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February 29, 2012 – Quote of the Day

I don’t know that the retail investor matters anymore. They didn’t come back to the market after the 2000 crash. The idea that the individual investor believes in the stock market now is challenged. We have a market that is increasingly institutional investors trading back and forth with each other”, said Dan Greenhouse, chief global […]

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February 28, 2012 – Quote of the Day

“Above $100 a barrel we are starting to flirt with demand destruction, and at some point that will begin to kick in, probably later this year,” said Tom Petrie, co-founder of Petrie Parkman, a Houston energy based investment bank.

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February 27, 2012 – Quote of the Day

“From an economic standpoint, it is very hard to argue against the idea that the economy is gaining some steam here. A lot of those negative beliefs are starting to turn, such as credit. The upside risks to equities are greater than the downside risks”, said Dan Greenhouse, chief global strategist at BTIG.

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February 24, 2012 – Quote of the Day

“We are witnessing the death of abundance and the birth of austerity for what may be a very, very long time,” said PIMCO managing director, Bill Gross, the world’s largest bond manager.

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