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Gold Stock Market Quotes By Seanan McGuire

The electronic age has broadened the horizons of magical fraud to an astonishing degree. Faerie gold can be used for more than just party tricks; it works pretty well on the stock market, for example, where money's an illusion anyway. — Seanan McGuire

Gold Stock Market Quotes By Ray Dalio

Over the long run, the price of gold approximates the total amount of money in circulation divided by the size of the gold stock. If the market price of gold moves a long way from this level, it may indicate a buying or selling opportunity. — Ray Dalio

Gold Stock Market Quotes By Byron Katie

The greatest stock market you can invest in is yourself. Finding this truth is better than finding a gold mine. — Byron Katie

Gold Stock Market Quotes By Hugh Hendry

I have resigned from the professional undertaking of coin flipping. I am not here to tell you where gold's going to be. I have no idea. That's my existentialism. I am a student of uncertainty, I have no idea where the stock market is going to be. So when I am creating trades in my portfolio for my clients, I am agnostic. I just want to enhance the probability that I make money come what may. — Hugh Hendry

Gold Stock Market Quotes By Peter Mallouk

Gold belongs only in the portfolios of fearmongers and speculators. If you own gold in your portfolio, expect to not get paid an income, pay higher taxes on your returns, take a more volatile ride than the stock market, and get a long-term return lower than bonds. — Peter Mallouk

Gold Stock Market Quotes By Edmund Morris

A remarkable consensus of Democratic and Republican editorial writers held that Roosevelt would be as "conservative" as McKinley. The very unanimity of this opinion seemed contrived, as if to soothe a nervous stock market. The financial pages reported that "Severe Shocks," "Feverish Trading," and "Heavy Declines" had hit Wall Street on Friday, when the Gold Dollar President began to die. Roosevelt knew little about money - it was one of the few subjects that bored him - but even he could see that one false move this weekend might bring about a real panic on Monday. — Edmund Morris