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Best 25 Expressive and Noteworthy Stock Market Quotes

The question of “how to invest in stocks” interests many people. Which is why we set out to collect remarkable quotes on the topic. A true surprise, however, was that many of the stock market quotations are akin to our collection of gambling quotes… Scary!

Many people seem to forget that behind every stock there is a business.

Therefore, please, should you ever get involved in stocks, always remember: You are an investor and not a gambler! Don’t allow emotions to carry you away!

Our collection of stock market quotes is sorted chronologically by birth date of the originator. Enjoy the feast of quotes about the stock market game!

Anybody who plays the stock market
not as an insider
is like a man
buying cows in the moonlight.

Daniel Drew

(1797 – 1879, American businessman,
and steamship and railroad developer)

Stock Market Quote: If you don't study any companies, you have the same success buying stocks as you do in a poker game if you bet without looking at your cards - Peter Lynch

Gambling with cards
or dice or stock
is all one thing.
It’s getting money
without giving an equivalent for it.

Henry Ward Beecher

(1813 – 1887, American Congregationalist clergyman,
social reformer, and speaker)

October:
This is one of the peculiarly
dangerous months to speculate in stocks.
The others are
July, January, September,
April, November, May,
March, June, December,
August and February.

Samuel Langhorne Clemens,
better known by his pen name Mark Twain

(1835 – 1910, American author and humorist)

The man who begins
to speculate in stocks
with the intention
of making a fortune
usually goes broke,
whereas the man
who trades with a view
of getting good interest on his money
sometimes gets rich.

Charles Henry Dow

(1851 – 1902, American journalist
who co-founded Dow Jones)

One of the funny things
about the stock market is
that every time
one person buys,
another sells,
and both think
they are astute.

William A. Feather

(1889 – 1981, American publisher and author)

If you are shopping
for common stocks,
choose them the way
you would buy groceries,
not the way
you would buy perfume.

Benjamin Graham

(1894 – 1976, British-born American professional investor)

Stocks are bought
on expectations,
not facts.

Gerald Loeb

(1899 – 1974, founding partner of E.F. Hutton & Co.,
Wall Street trader and brokerage firm)

Stock Market Quote: The stock market is filled with individuals who know the price of everything, but the value of nothing - Philip Arthur Fisher

The stock market
is filled with individuals
who know the price of everything,
but the value of nothing.

Philip Arthur Fisher

(1907 – 2004, American stock investor)

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