My hair grows and grows; you cannot stop it – that fellow grows, it grows wild.
Successful investing is about managing risk, not avoiding it.
In the short run, the market is a voting machine but in the long run, it is a weighing machine.
Good management produce a good average market price, and bad management produce bad market prices.
Buy cheap and sell dear.
The stock investor is neither right nor wrong because others agreed or disagreed with him; he is right because his facts and analysis are right.
The intelligent investor is a realist who sells to optimists and buys from pessimists.
You must never delude yourself into thinking that you’re investing when you’re speculating.
The essence of investment management is the management of risks, not the management of returns.
Buy when most people, including experts, are pessimistic, and sell when they are actively optimistic.
People who invest make money for themselves; people who speculate make money for their brokers.
Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it.
The true investor will do better if he forgets about the stock market and pays attention to his dividend returns and to the operation results of his companies.
Investment is most intelligent when it is most businesslike.
Before you invest, you must ensure that you have realistically assessed your probability of being right and how you will react to the consequences of being wrong.
Individuals who cannot master their emotions are ill-suited to profit from the investment process.
Buy not on optimism, but on arithmetic.
Successful investing professionals are disciplined and consistent and they think a great deal about what they do and how they do it.
An intelligent investor gets satisfaction from the thought that his operations are exactly opposite to those of the crowd.
But investing isn’t about beating others at their game. It’s about controlling yourself at your own game.