65 Stock Exchange Quotes On Success In Life

These Stock Exchange quotes will inspire you. A stock exchange provides a platform where such trading can be easily conducted by matching buyers and sellers of stocks.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging Stock Exchange quotes, Stock Exchange sayings, and Stock Exchange proverbs.

Best Stock Exchange Quotes

  1. “You can find that sort of regularity in Stock Exchange quotations.” ~ Robert Bunsen
  2. “The Stock Exchange is something very different. There is no economy and no production of goods and services. There are only fantasies in which people from one hour to the next decide that this or that company is worth so many billions, more or less. It doesn’t have a thing to do with reality or with the Swedish economy.” ~ Steig Larsson
  3. “People know, or dimly feel, that if thinking is not kept pure and keen, and if respect for the world of mind is no longer operative, ships and automobiles will soon cease to run right, the engineer’s slide rule and the computations of banks and stock exchanges will forfeit validity and authority, and chaos will ensue.” ~ Hermann Hesse
  4. “There has been a little distress selling on the stock exchange.” ~ Thomas W. Lamont
  5. “It is fundamentally important that Grasso resign so that the New York Stock Exchange can restore its moral authority.” ~ Phil Angelides

  6. “The old boy network is still very strong and very true. Just look at the stock exchange and how many men and women are there. It is still very much run by men.” ~ Billie Jean King
  7. “Hidden behind the facade of pompous jargon and noble affections, there is more sheer larceny per square foot on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange than anyplace else in the world.” ~ Richard Ney
  8. “There used to be this guy called Vinny who worked on the floor of the stock exchange said one big investor who had observed the market for a long time. After the markets closed Vinny would get into his Cadillac and drive out to his big house in Long Island. Now there is the guy called Vladimir who gets into his jet and flies to his estate in Aspen for the weekend. I used to worry a little about Vinny. Now I worry a lot about Vladimir” ~ Michael Lewis
  9. “And the Arabs are the biggest owners now of media in the United States, okay, and overstock exchanges. And in many major U.S. cities, they’re the majority owners.” ~ Alex Jones
  10. “In Paris, there are two dens, one for thieves, the other for murderers. The den of thieves is the Stock Exchange; the den of murderers is the Courthouse.” ~ Petrus Borel

  11. “Fear and hope remain the same; therefore the study of the psychology of speculators is as valuable as it ever was. Weapons change, but the strategy remains strategy, on the New York Stock Exchange as on the battlefield. I think the clearest summing up of the whole thing was  expressed by Thomas F. Woodlock when he declared: “The principles of successful stock speculation are based on the supposition that people will continue in the future to make the mistakes that they have made in the past.”” ~ Edwin Lefevre
  12. “Political systems must love poverty-they produce so much of it. Poor people make easier targets for a demagogue. No Mao or even Jiang Zemin is likely to arise on the New York Stock Exchange floor. And politicians in democracies benefit from destitution, too. The US has had a broad range of poverty programs for 30 years. Those programs have failed. Millions of people are still poor. And those people vote for politicians who favor keeping the poverty programs in place. There’s a conspiracy theory in there somewhere.” ~ P. J. O’Rourke
  13. “All this plan does is make everybody a capitalist. I know that the New York Stock Exchange says there are 25 million shareholders in the United States, but let me tell you something: about 15 million of those people could save their dividends for 10 years and maybe buy a new suit. That’s not what I call capitalism.” ~ Louis O. Kelso
  14. “What’s good for the United States is good for the New York Stock Exchange. But what’s good for the New York Stock Exchange might not be good for the United States.” ~ William McChesney Martin
  15. “A man is robbed on the Stock Exchange, just as he is killed in a war, by people whom he never sees.” ~ Alfred Campus

  16. “I’ve been on Wall Street once in my life in 1980 as a tourist. I went to see the stock exchange when I was 18 years old. Im not a Wall Street lawyer, I’m a Stanwix Street lawyer. Stanwix Street is a street in downtown Pittsburgh.” ~ Keith Rothfus
  17. “It is no accident that stock exchange floors – in addition to bedroom floors – bring out the noisy blood, the flushed cheek, and the passionate cries of men. Most men are making love when they make ‘magical’ amounts of money.” ~ Phyllis Chesler
  18. “Nothing tells in the long run like a good judgment, and no sound judgment can remain with the man whose mind is disturbed by the mercurial changes of the stock exchange. It places him under an influence akin to intoxication. What is not, he sees, and what he sees, is not.” ~ Andrew Carnegie
  19. “You can find that sort of regularity in Stock Exchange quotations.
    [Expressing his lack of confidence in reported regularities in the periodic classification of elements.]” ~ Robert Bunsen
  20. “A highly developed stock exchange cannot be a club for the cult of ethics.” ~ Max Weber

  21. “Buying and selling securities on the Stock Exchange do not start new industries. Big business never starts anything new. It merely absorbs, consolidates, and profits at the expense of others.” ~ Franklin D. Roosevelt
  22. “Private prison companies are now listed on the New York Stock exchange and are doing quite well in a time of economic recession (and depression in some communities). But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.” ~ Michelle Alexander
  23. “Electrical fire and the fire of greed kindle economies. In that flux, nations become digitized commodities on stock exchange floors and on investors’ rating screens. A country becomes a product to be rated for its obedience to paying of deficits and debts.” ~ B. W. Powe
  24. “I’ve been a woman in a man’s world now for 30 years. I was the first person to broadcast from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange and that was just all suits all the time. It didn’t really affect me in any way.” ~ Maria Bartiromo
  25. “The globally constituted accident can be compared to what people who work at the stock exchange call ‘systemic risk’.” ~ Paul Virilio

  26. “It is generally agreed that casinos should, in the public interest, be inaccessible and expensive. And perhaps the same is true of Stock Exchanges.” ~ John Maynard Keynes
  27. “I was working in financing. I was buying and selling stocks for a market-maker on the options floor at the Pacific Stock Exchange. He took me under his wing and was training me to take over his accounts. That’s the career I had embarked on, at the time.” ~ Tim Kang
  28. “I think we have lost our way when people like the [board of] governors and the CEO of the NYSE fail to realize they have a duty to the rest of us to act as exemplars… You do not want your first-grade school teacher to be fornicating on the floor or drinking booze in the classroom; similarly, you do not want your stock exchange to be setting the wrong moral example.” ~ Charlie Munger
  29. “To really observe the Sabbath in our day and age! To cease for a whole day from all business, from all work, amidst the frenzied hurry-scurry of our age! To close the stock exchanges, the stores, the factories – how would it be possible? The pulse of life would stop beating and the world perish! The world perish? To the contrary, it would be saved.” ~ Samson Raphael Hirsch
  30. “Maybe one of the strangest opportunities was I got to ring the closing bell on the New York Stock Exchange.” ~ Cassandra Peterson

  31. “The term “rock” has, unfortunately, become appropriated by four-year-old girls and accountants. An accountant does something amazingly well on the stock exchange and his buddies high-five him: He’s a rock star! A four-year-old girl learned to ride a bicycle: She’s a rock star!” ~ Ian Astbury
  32. “Trading is a small part of the work of the stock exchanges. They are really to do with financial speculation, and they speculate on the value of the yen, the dollar, the pound, the franc, or the euro, at any given time. Billions are lost and billions are made by this speculation, and that’s what the stock exchanges are about. They are for greedy minds.” ~ Benjamin Creme
  33. “I began to study again, and now for the first time really achieved an understanding of the content of the Jew Karl Marx’s life effort. Only now did his Capital become really intelligible to me, and also the struggle of the Social Democracy against the national economy, which aims only to prepare the ground for the domination of truly international finance and stock exchange capital.” ~ Adolf Hitler
  34. “Little-known fact: When the stock exchange closes, the guy who comes out on the balcony with that big hammer slams it on the head of the person who lost the most money that day.” ~ George Carlin
  35. “The freedom to make a fortune on the stock exchange has been made to sound more alluring than freedom of speech.” ~ John Mortimer

  36. “The truth is, everything we know about America, everything Americans come to know about being American, isn’t from the news. I live there. We don’t go home at the end of the day and think, “Well, I really know who I am now because the Wall Street Journal says that the Stock Exchange closed at this many points.” What we know about how to be who we are comes from stories. It comes from the novels, the movies, the fashion magazines. It comes from popular culture.” ~ Chris Abani , Stock Exchange quotes news
  37. “It’s true that private enterprise is extremely flexible, But its only good within very narrow limits. If private enterprise isn’t held in an iron grip it gives birth to people who are no better than beasts, those stock-exchange people with greedy appetites beyond restraint.” ~ Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
  38. “Laughter on American television has taken the place of the chorus in Greek tragedy. It is unrelenting; the news, the stock exchange reports, and the weather forecast are about the only things spared.” ~ Jean Baudrillard
  39. “First reporter to broadcast live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.” ~ Maria Bartiromo
  40. “Somehow, I don’t think Jesus came to Earth to ring the bell at the New York Stock Exchange.” ~ Michael Moore

  41. “Some people who don’t like guns can’t stand the idea of so many gun owners in one place (at gun shows) buying and selling their wicked products. It’s how some communists feel when they visit the New York Stock Exchange.” ~ Dave Kopel
  42. “These stupid peasants, who, throughout the world, hold potentates on their thrones, make statesmen illustrious, provide generals with lasting victories, all with ignorance, indifference, or half-witted hatred, moving the world with the strength of their arms, and getting their heads knocked together in the name of God, the king, or the stock exchange-immortal, dreaming, hopeless asses, who surrender their reason to the care of a shining puppet, and persuade some toy to carry their lives in his purse.” ~ Stephen Crane
  43. “Attractive Etonians who go straight onto the Stock Exchange missing University on their father’s advice: the raw material of the great bores.” ~ Geoffrey Madan
  44. “The Greens will continue to champion a fairer society rather than simply the economy and to champion the parliament rather than simply the stock exchange .” ~ Bob Brown
  45. “The San Francisco Stock Exchange was the place that continuously pumped up the savings of the lower classes into the pockets of the millionaires.” ~ Robert Louis Stevenson

  46. “It has become cheaper to look for oil on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange than in the ground.” ~ T. Boone Pickens
  47. “We would much prefer to see ownership in the hands of the Maple Group, if only because we would much rather see Canadian ownership of our stock exchange. What we are first of all interested in is making sure that Montreal is able to preserve that niche or expertise.” ~ Jean Charest
  48. “The playing field is more sacred than the stock exchange, more blessed than Capital Hill or the vaults of Fort Knox. The diamond and the gridiron — and, to a lesser degree, the court, the rink, the track, and the ring — embody the American dream of Eden.” ~ Lewis H. Lapham
  49. “The national debt has given rise to joint-stock companies, to dealings in negotiable effects of all kinds, and to agiotage, in a word to stock-exchange gambling and the modern bankocracy .” ~ Karl Marx
  50. “The stock exchange is a poor substitute for the Holy Grail.” ~ Joseph A. Schumpeter

  51. “Unpleasant, even dangerous, qualities can be found in every nation and every individual: it is cruel to demand that the Jew be an exception. In him, these qualities may even be dangerous and revolting to an unusual degree; and perhaps the young stock-exchange Jew is altogether the most disgusting invention of mankind.” ~ Friedrich Nietzsche
  52. “How do I define a work of art? It is not an asset in the stock-exchange sense, but a man’s timid attempt to repeat the miracle that the simplest peasant girl is capable of at any time, that of magically producing life out of nothing.” ~ Oskar Kokoschka
  53. “If you do the things that Britain needs to do – namely, withdraw from NATO, get rid of the bomb, and stop being aligned with one side of the Cold War – then presumably the run on the pound, the result in the stock exchanges of the world will be fairly catastrophic for the economy. But some sort of political realignment is plainly what this country needs.” ~ David Hare
  54. “The borrowers of America and all the world turn to New York….It is to the quotations on the New York Stock Exchange that men of affairs from Penobscot to Honolulu turn each morning to find how beats the pulse of prosperity and enterprise.” ~ Charles A. Beard
  55. “Of all the mysteries of the stock exchange, there is none so impenetrable as why there should be a buyer for everyone who seeks to sell.” ~ John Kenneth Galbraith

  56. “From coast to coast, the FBI and Securities and Exchange Commission have ensnared people not only at hedge funds, but at technology and pharmaceutical companies, consulting and law firms, government agencies, and even a major stock exchange.” ~ Preet Bharara
  57. “The real difficulty is that people have no idea of what education truly is. We assess the value of education in the same manner as we assess the value of land or of shares in the stock-exchange market. We want to provide only such education as would enable the student to earn more. We hardly give any thought to the improvement of the character of the educated. The girls, we say, do not have to earn; so why should they be educated? As long as such ideas persist there is no hope of our ever knowing the true value of education.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi

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