Gerald M. Loeb Quotes

Knowledge born from actual experience is the answer to why one profits; lack of it is the reason one loses

Stocks are bought on expectations not facts.

Successful investment is a battle for financial survival.

The greatest safety lies in putting all your eggs in one basket and watching the basket.

It is wise to remember that too much success in the stock market is in itself an excellent warning.

The desire for gold is the most universal and deeply rooted commercial instinct of the human race.

Don't be overly concerned about your heirs. Usually unearned funds do them more harm than good.

Investing solely for 'income ' investing merely 'to keep capital employed ' and investing simply 'to hedge against inflation' are all entirely out of the question.