“Mr. Jobs’s determination to make superb products was, one likes to think, an expression of love for the world, life and possibility.” (WSJ)

“It is almost a certainty that 2011 will represent the fifth consecutive year of liquidations — something that has never happened in mutual fund history.” (A DASH OF INSIGHT)

“Behavioral finance attempts to explain how and why emotions and cognitive errors influence investors and create stock market anomalies such as bubbles and crashes. (SCRIBD)

“The stock market is imploding, Europe is on the brink, and, if the doomsayers are to be believed, we could be headed for a double-dip recession.” (THE DAILY BEAST)

“Trading doesn’t have to be a guessing game nor does it have to be a gamble. It always boils down to calculated and accepted risk playing what you see not what you think.” (QUINT TATRO)

“Losing is a part of trading, and each of us knows that, but how we cope with those losses will determine how quickly we rebound from those hits that inevitably come.” (THE STOCK BANDIT)

“According to Adapt, ‘success comes through rapidly fixing our mistakes rather than getting things right first time.’” (THE 99%)

“As with all habits one procrastination leads to another and soon we get used to watching deadlines as they zoom by.” (FARNAM STREET)

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