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Reflecting back, we all make mistakes; we all go through our stuff - relationships, financial, all kinds of stuff - and if you can grow from that and pass that message on, it's a pretty cool thing.
Every morning when I pick up the newspaper and read about an earthquake in Japan or problems in European financial institutions, the first question I ask our staff is 'What is money-market-fund exposure?'
A good financial plan is a road map that shows us exactly how the choices we make today will affect our future.
Alexa Von Tobel
Financial literacy is an issue that should command our attention because many Americans are not adequately organizing finances for their education, healthcare and retirement.
I believe that through knowledge and discipline, financial peace is possible for all of us.
The foundation of a financial fresh start actually has nothing to do with money or specific financial dos and don'ts.
When I was 5, some financial things happened, and I moved seven times in a year. We moved from apartment to apartment, sometimes living with friends. My mom would always say, 'Don't get comfortable, because we may not be here long.'
There has to be a balance between your mental satisfaction and the financial needs of your company.
I spent 10 years as a marketing manager. I've found my experience in the financial world invaluable background for writing about white-collar crimes.
If a financial institution is too big to fail, it is too big to exist.
When it comes to tackling your financial goals, whatever they might be, there's no time like the present.
Economics is all about consumption. People either spend money now or they use financial instruments - like bonds, stocks and savings accounts - so they can spend more later.
Every financial worry you want to banish and financial dream you want to achieve comes from taking tiny steps today that put you on a path toward your goals.
Being rich is a good thing. Not just in the obvious sense of benefitting you and your family, but in the broader sense. Profits are not a zero sum game. The more you make, the more of a financial impact you can have.
Financial institutions, the corporate world and civil society - all must uphold high standards of probity in their working. Only a genuine partnership between the Government and its people can bring about positive change to create a just society.
A financial crisis is a great time for professional investors and a horrible time for average ones.
I think one problem we've had is that people who are smart and creative and innovative as engineers went into financial engineering.
The financial crisis is a stark reminder that transparency and disclosure are essential in today's marketplace.
I do not understand how it is that financial institutions could think that they could take taxpayer money and then turn around and act like it's business as usual. I don't understand how they can't see that the world has changed in a fundamental way, that it is not business as usual when you take taxpayer dollars.
If you want to thrive in today's economy, you must challenge the status quo and get the financial education necessary to succeed.
Establishing a 0.03 percent Wall Street speculation fee, similar to what we had from 1914-1966, would dampen the dangerous level of speculation and gambling on Wall Street, encourage the financial sector to invest in the productive economy and reduce the deficit by more than $350 billion over 10 years.
Cash - in savings accounts, short-term CDs or money market deposits - is great for an emergency fund. But to fulfill a long-term investment goal like funding your retirement, consider buying stocks. The more distant your financial target, the longer inflation will gnaw at the purchasing power of your money.
When you see a merger between two giants in a declining industry, it can look like the financial version of a couple having a baby to save a marriage.
At nineteen I was pretty sure I was going to be a professional soccer player. At that time I played for one of the Norwegian premier leagues. But I tore ligaments in both knees, so I started studying business administration and economics and became a financial analyst, and I worked at a brokerage firm as a stockbroker.
If you make time each month to give your money some attention, you'll start the next year in fabulous financial shape.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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