"We underestimated the negative impact of the slowdown in the housing market, and we may be underestimating the tailwind in its recovery," said Uwe Mark Ruttke of Merrill Lynch, the top financial advisor in Colorado.
“I’m just watching in astonishment at the SPAC market. There are companies that I passed on for $5 billion now selling for $20 billion with 1% gross margins in completely undefendable businesses with competitors eating their lunch,” said investor Barry Sternlicht.
"In the world of business, bad news often surfaces serially. You see a cockroach in your kitchen; as the days go by, you meet his relatives," said Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett.
“Sometimes, when you jump off a bridge, you have to grow your wings on the way down,” said author Danielle Steele.
"Brains are the new tonsils. Thanks to the Internet, you don't have to know anything anymore," said comedian Paul Riser.
“If you keep looking at charts, eventually you will have your derrière handed to you,” said my old friend, hedge fund legend David Tepper.
"The question is not whether Tesla will sell 80,000 or 90,000 cars this year, but whether they will sell 14 million or 15 million in 15 years. I believe they can do it," said Ron Baron of long-term value player, Baron Capital.
“Bonds are priced artificially because you’ve got some guy buying tens of billions of dollars’ worth a month. That will change at some point, and when it does, people are going to lose a lot of money,” said the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett.