Posts Tagged ‘good’

“Money is a byproduct of being a good, competent, creative, healthy person.” -James Altucher

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“The only person responsible for me, is me. I am directly responsible for what I get out of life, whether good or bad. No one else.” -Robert Kiyosaki

Something Good

Posted: February 15, 2019 in Thought for the Day
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“Turn the hardest parts of life into something good.” -Stephen Merchant

“If you want to have a better life, fill it with good days. The best way to do that is to organize your day according to your personal priorities and do the most important things first.

It’s easy to do, yet most people don’t….

Doing first things first is a very simple discipline. But its transformative power is immense. It can change your life—literally overnight.” -Mark Ford

The most important element in your strategy to win the battle for… survival is your own psychology…..

It’s not enough to liquidate your past… mistakes. It’s more important to liquidate counterproductive attitudes, approaches, and methods of dealing with problems. The results that someone gets in life are an indication of how sound his approach toward life is. A sound philosophy of life gives good results. People with chaotic, unproductive, and unhappy lives usually don’t have anyone to blame but themselves.” -Doug Casey

Leveraged Loans defined:

“…arranged by a syndicate of banks, to companies that are heavily indebted or have weak credit ratings.” -IMF

“…are effectively provided to companies already swimming in debt.” -Nomi Prins

“That was all good and well when interest rates were super low, making it easier for companies to borrow oodles of money,”

“This year, leveraged loan issuance reached an annual rate of $745 billion. That’s nearly the same as the prior record of $762 billion in 2007 before the financial crisis and just a bit less than last year’s record of $788 billion globally.”

Wiped Out

Posted: November 20, 2018 in Money Matters
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“There’s no point in building wealth during good times… only to see it wiped out in a financial crash.” -Chris Lowe