Your favorite Quote?


#101

“-except at the end”


#102

but it is the market to decide who is astute n who is …


#103

and it is quite possible both turn out to be astute.


#104

Well said man…


#105

nice one Ajay :slight_smile:


#106

Yeah. 1st and last quotes were the one that change my trading results drastically.


#107

Never chase the market. Let it come to you. :stuck_out_tongue:


#108

Ahmmmmmmmmmmmmmm :slight_smile:


#109

ha ha ha ha ha ha ha


#110

Great… Thanks.


#111

u can’t argue with both of them…


#112

Good one especially coming from a lady. While there are traders who argue with markets and do occasionally win - these are contrarians and counter trend traders… There is no chance of winning an argument with wife.


#113

good one Shaheena. And good rejoinder by Ajay Sir


#114

Are you Trader or Poet ?


#115

its not a quote by any famous market player…but I have heard somewhere and experienced it quite right…!!

Market do invite us to trade…so trade only on invitation…you know what happens to people who go to function without invitation…they are kicked out of it… so does market…!!:sunglasses:


#116

1.Winning in stock Market is winning over fear of loosing

2.when u loose , u loose self esteem
and when u loose self esteem u loose Everything

Unless you know where you are going
Then you will not know how to go there

Don"t Wait time will never be just right

5.Never Stop Learning because Market never stop teaching

6.It is not that speculation does not earn money ; It just lacks the element of safety and certainty

The Money You have is equal to the risk you take

#117

The stock market is a device for transferring money from the impatient to the patient.

– Warren Buffet


#118

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Missed gains are not losses. Only losses are losses.

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#119

A lot of great quotes here :+1: !! I have updated my diary :slight_smile:

The one below is one of my favourites- highlights the importance of screen-time for traders.

Cheers!
Neha (www.VRDNation.com)


#120

"The main purpose of the stock market is to make fools of as many men as possible”