65 Monetary Quotes On Success In Life

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  1. “Earth is abundant with plentiful resources. Our practice of rationing resources through monetary control is no longer relevant and is counter-productive to our survival.” ~ Jacque Fresco
  2. “It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.” ~ Henry Ford
  3. “Banks lend by creating credit. They create the means of payment out of nothing.” ~ Ralph George Hawtrey
  4. “Whoever controls the volume of money in any country is absolute master of all industry and commerce.” ~ James A. Garfield

  5. “The process by which banks create money is so simple that the mind is repelled.” ~ John Kenneth Galbraith
  6. “Someone has to borrow every dollar we have in circulation, cash or credit.” ~ Robert W. Hemphill
  7. “The study of money, above all other fields in economics, is one in which complexity is used to disguise truth or to evade truth, not to reveal it. The process by which banks create money is so simple the mind is repelled.” ~ John Kenneth Galbraith
  8. “Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon.” ~ Milton Friedman

  9. “Domestic inflation reflects domestic monetary policy.” ~ Martin Feldstein
  10. “Money will cease to be master and become the servant of humanity. Democracy will rise superior to the money power.” ~ Abraham Lincoln
  11. “In our time, the curse is monetary illiteracy, just as inability to read plain print was the curse of earlier centuries.” ~ Ezra Pound
  12. “The major economic policy challenges facing the nation today – pick your favorites among the usual suspects of low public and household savings, concerns about educational quality and achievement, high and rising income inequality, the large imbalances between our social insurance commitments and resources – are not about monetary policy.” ~ Timothy Geithner , Monetary quotes policy
  13. “As financial markets continue to broaden and deepen, the behavior of asset prices will play an important role in the formulation of monetary policy going forward, perhaps a more important role than in the past.” ~ Timothy Geithner

  14. “So just as I want pilots on the planes that I fly, when it comes to monetary policy, I want to think that there is someone with sound judgement at the controls.” ~ Martin Feldstein
  15. “When plunder becomes a way of life, men create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it.” ~ Frederic Bastiat
  16. “I sincerely believe that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies, and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale.” ~ Thomas Jefferson
  17. “Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon in the sense that it is and can be produced only by a more rapid increase in the quantity of money than in output… A steady rate of monetary growth at a moderate level can provide a framework under which a country can have little inflation and much growth. It will not produce perfect stability; it will not produce heaven on earth; but it can make an important contribution to a stable economic society.” ~ Milton Friedman
  18. “Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon in the sense that it is and can be produced only by a more rapid increase in the quantity of money than in output.” ~ Milton Friedman

  19. “During the last campaign I knew what was happening. You know, they mocked me for my foreign policy and they laughed at my monetary policy. No more. No more.” ~ Ron Paul
  20. “The money problem facing the country from 1789 to 1896 existed because Congress never exercised is authority to “coin money or regulate the value thereof” – but rather delegated that authority, sometimes by charter and sometimes by default, to the banking system. This despite the provision in the Constitution that charged Congress with the power to ‘coin money, regulate the value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standards of weight and Measures.'” ~ William Jennings Bryan
  21. “Price, taken by itself, is nothing but the monetary expression of value.” ~ Karl Marx
  22. “War, poverty, corruption, hunger, misery, human suffering will not change in a monetary system. That is, there will be very little significant change. It’s going to take the redesign of our culture and values.” ~ Jacque Fresco

  23. “However, in spite of the general perception that monetary policy should be conducted so as to avert deflation, a central bank cannot lower interest rates below the zero lower bound.” ~ Toshihiko Fukui
  24. “In principle, there are only three main components of spending that much matter to monetary policy: consumer spending, business investment and exports and trade.” ~ Evan Davis
  25. “We already have a federation. The 11, soon to be 12, member States adopting the euro have already given up part of their sovereignty, monetary sovereignty, and formed a monetary union, and that is the first step towards a federation.” ~ Joschka Fischer
  26. “At best, in such depression times, monetary policy is a feeble reed on which to lean.” ~ John Kenneth Galbraith
  27. “Fiscal policy, monetary policy, they need to work together to try and raise the level of growth.” ~ Joe Hockey

  28. “In recent years personal injury attorneys and trial lawyers have attacked the food industry with numerous lawsuits alleging that these businesses should pay monetary damages to those who, of their own accord, consume too much of a legal, safe product.” ~ Bob Ney
  29. “Global central banks are working hard to lift their economies through an aggressively easy monetary policy. The ECB [European Central Bank] and BOJ [Bank of Japan] are buying tens of billions of bonds and other financial securities each month in an effort to stimulate their economies, which is pushing down rates everywhere, including in the U.S.” ~ Mark Zandi
  30. “Let’s say I am a chocoholic and I eat tons of chocolate a day. A hundred thousands of tons a day. I have this craving, but I can’t afford it, so I get a printing press, and I start printing money, and I print billions and billions to buy chocolate. So I create this boom in the chocolate industry, so stores are running out of chocolate. So they have demand, so chocolate makers expand. Cocoa growers expand. You create this great boom. But now the feds arrest me and shut me down. And now there is a depression in the chocolate industry. That’s what happens with the monetary policy.” ~ Charles Koch
  31. “And still, the best of us build and reach monetary gains. Some of us kill, but still, most of us can change.” ~ Tupac Shakur

  32. “I have long been in favor of a balanced budget restriction at the level of the federal government of the United States. Because the federal government has money-creating powers it can, in fact, be very damaging if it runs a series of budget deficits. With the state government in the United States, they don’t have money-creating powers. The automatic discipline imposed by the fact that they are in a common monetary unit and don’t have control over the money power means that the balanced budget restriction is less needed.” ~ James M. Buchanan
  33. “A lot of joblessness in the black community doesn’t seem to be reachable through fiscal and monetary policies. People have not been drawn into the labor market even during periods of economic recovery. Employers would rather not hire a lot of workers from the inner city. They feel people from the inner city are not job-ready, that the kids have been poorly educated, that they can’t read, they can’t write, they can’t speak.” ~ William Julius Wilson
  34. “A lot of joblessness in the black community doesn’t seem to be reachable through fiscal and monetary policies. People have not been drawn into the labor market even during periods of economic recovery.” ~ William Julius Wilson

  35. “Writing for film is so different; it’s such an act of submission, both on a monetary and time level, because you basically kind of have to just set everything else aside – it’s like suddenly getting a temp job that requires you to work 16-hour days. Also just aesthetically, you have to completely leave all of your ego out of it.” ~ Owen Pallett
  36. “Political uncertainty around the world has more than doubled since the election of Trump. To find anything comparable we have to go way back, to the late 1920s for example, the times of the Great Depression. Or think of the United Kingdom in the 1970s, when the International Monetary Fund had to help the country out with a dramatic rescue operation. Up until the Greek crisis, that was the last time that the IMF was forced to intervene to such an extent in Europe.” ~ Nicholas Bloom , Monetary quotes help
  37. “The problem is that people really just don’t care and they have been “educated” not to care about the monetary system: that it’s boring, it’s difficult to understand, we need to have high minded people like “Greenscum” and Bernanke to do things like this (and don’t forget Volker, there’s the whole cast of them). The thing is that people have been educated or miseducated or brainwashed into believing that this is wayyyy too complicated for regular people to understand and that we need to let PhD economists guide us along in terms of what’s right… and that’s all bull.” ~ Bernard von NotHaus
  38. “Sometimes I’m under the impression some of the fights happen that they shouldn’t happen because a guy’s cheating. Also, I think when something like this happen they should have not only a suspension but also monetary wise enforce a penalty. Maybe take the purse of the fighter to the other fighter.” ~ Georges St-Pierre
  39. “Europe unified its monetary policy through the euro before it unified politically, therefore sustaining member countries’ abilities to pursue the kind of independent fiscal policies that can strain a joint currency.” ~ Amity Shlaes

  40. “Goodness is weakness, pleasantness is poisonous, serenity is mediocrity and kindness is for losers. The best reason for committing loathsome and detestable acts – and let’s face it, I am considered something of an expert in this field – is purely for their own sake. Monetary gain is all very well, but it dilutes the taste of wickedness to a lower level that is obtainable by almost anyone with an overdeveloped sense of avarice. True and baseless evil is as rare as the purest good.” ~ Jasper Fforde
  41. “When you’re facing the threat of recession, you need to have an expansionary monetary and fiscal policy. Pre-Keynesian, Hooverite views are dead everywhere except on 19th Street in Washington.” ~ Joseph Stiglitz
  42. “The dreams of “leaving it up to the market” or of returning to a politically neutral gold standard cannot succeed because the nature of the monetary system has a profound impact on the interests of powerful groups and states. Affected groups and states will always try to intervene in the operation of the system to make it serve their interests.” ~ Robert Gilpin

  43. “The risk exists that, with aggregate demand exhibiting considerable momentum, output could overshoot its sustainable path, leading ultimately in the absence of countervailing monetary policy action to further upward pressure on inflation.” ~ Ben Bernanke
  44. “The writing of a novel or short story or poem or whatever should elevate the audience, not drag the writer down to some level beneath herself. And she – the author – should fight always to prevent that dragging down, especially when the only possible benefit of allowing it to happen is monetary.” ~ Caitlín R. Kiernan
  45. “Members of the media-monetary-military-congressional complex are immoral and have an allergy to the truth.” ~ Ilana Mercer

  46. “My definition of success is to be happy in what you like to do best. It’s not a monetary value; it’s an internal value in itself. If you’re happy from the inside-out, thats what is important. Success comes as a day to day value or reaching a goal that you have, and you’ve got to prepare yourself for what’s to come when success is there.” ~ DeMarcus Ware , Monetary quotes value
  47. “I’m not trying to be diplomatic. I’m trying to be more nuanced and realistic. I think there has to be a serious examination of the shortcomings of the Euro structure. Euro central institutions, whether it be fiscal policy, monetary policy, financial regulation, are simply not as robust as they are in a currency that has a national government behind it.” ~ Stephen Harper
  48. “Take Milton Friedman, he sits at his desk pontificating about such bunk as the monetary system being the answer to our problems. The monetary system is a legal contrivance. Property, not money, is real wealth. It’s physical, not legal.” ~ Louis O. Kelso
  49. “There are many reasons why the general public doesn’t really understand our monetary system. In the first place, money is something that people tend to get emotional about. After all, money involves, and always has involved, something closely akin to faith-which probably explains why in many past societies the money system has been in the hands of a priesthood, the subject of magical rites, and the ceremonial services of the tribe’s medicine man.” ~ Wright Patman
  50. “The purpose of money is to trade for things that make you happy. So if you can bypass money and get directly to the happy, you’ve saved a lot of trouble. And it makes others happier, too, when you organize your business around non-monetary things.” ~ Derek Sivers

  51. “The presently existing global financial and monetary system will disintegrate during the near term. The collapse might occur this spring, or summer, or next autumn; it could come next year; it will almost certainly occur during President William Clinton’s first term in office; it will occur soon. That collapse into disintegration is inevitable, because it could not be stopped now by anything but the politically improbable decision by leading governments to put the relevant financial and monetary institutions into bankruptcy reorganization.” ~ Lyndon LaRouche
  52. “After any disturbance (such as two world wars coinciding with a period of growing economic and monetary incomprehensibility) we find our old concepts inadequate and look for new ones. But it unfortunately happens that the troubled times which produce an appetite for new ideas are the least propitious for clear thinking.” ~ Rebecca West
  53. “Using SROI to explore the value of our online question and answer service, askTheSite, helped us develop new mechanisms for speaking to young people and gain a real insight into the impact of our work. The project enabled us to demonstrate YouthNets commitment to robust impact measurement as well as our commercial approach to project evaluation. Perhaps most importantly, being able to assign a monetary value to askTheSite has enabled YouthNet to convey to current and potential funders how valuable the service is for both young people and the wider society in a language that they understand” ~ Sarah McCoy
  54. “Monetary rewards are not a substitute for intrinsic motivation.” ~ W. Edwards Deming

  55. “In practice [monetary management] is merely a high-sounding euphemism for continuous currency debasement. It consists of constant lying in order to support constant swindling. Instead of automatic currencies based on gold, people are forced to take managed currencies based on guile. Instead of precious metals they hold paper promises whose value falls with every bureaucratic whim. And they are suavely assured that only hopelessly antiquated minds dream of returning to truth and honesty and solvency and gold.” ~ Henry Hazlitt
  56. “The supply-side effect of a restrictive monetary policy, moreover, is likely to be perverse. High interest rates enter into costs and thus exert inflationary pressure, as well as inhibiting the expansion of capacity or the introduction of cost -reducing capital improvements.” ~ William Vickrey
  57. “Poland is one of the few countries that can afford to conduct a conventional monetary policy and that means we have to act against the buildup of imbalances in the economy.” ~ Marek Belka

  58. “Human capital analysis starts with the assumption that individuals decide on their education, training, medical care, and other additions to knowledge and health by weighing the benefits and costs. Benefits include cultural and other non-monetary gains along with improvement in earnings and occupations, while costs usually depend mainly on the foregone value of the time spent on these investments.” ~ Gary Becker
  59. “Quantitative easing is just the latest chapter in the Federal Reserve’s hundred-year history of failure. (…) The American people have suffered long enough under a monetary policy controlled by an unaccountable, secretive central bank. It is time to finally audit – and then end – the Fed.” ~ Ron Paul
  60. “Much of American wealth is an illusion which is being secretly gnawed away and much of it will be completely wiped out in the near future….So what is the rest of your future? A grisly list of unpleasant events — exploding inflation, price controls, erosion of your savings (eventually to nothing), a collapse of private as well as government pension programs, and eventually an international monetary holocaust which will sweep all paper currencies down the drain and turn the world upside down.” ~ Howard Ruff
  61. “The illusiveness of this concept of national income is to be seen in its dependence on changes in the purchasing power of the monetary unit. The more inflation progresses, the higher rises the national income.” ~ Ludwig von Mises

  62. “If all the bank loans were paid, no one could have a bank deposit, and there would not be a dollar of coin or currency in circulation. This is a staggering thought. We are completely dependent on the commercial banks. Someone has to borrow every dollar we have in circulation, cash, or credit. If the banks create ample synthetic money we are prosperous; if not, we starve. We are absolutely without a permanent money system. When one gets a complete grasp of the picture, the tragic absurdity of our hopeless situation is almost incredible – but there it is.” ~ Robert W. Hemphill
  63. “There are two ways to aquire the niceties of life:
    1) To produce them or
    2) To plunder them.
    When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men living together in society, they create for themselves in the course of time, a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it.” ~ Paul Valery
  64. “Our membership of the euro is a guarantee of monetary stability and creates the right conditions for sustainable growth. Our membership of the euro is the only choice.” ~ Lucas Papademos
  65. “If you continue to use monetary policy to attempt to promote full employment the result would be that you would have higher inflation and that you would not have lower unemployment.” ~ Milton Friedman

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