• Longtime Investment
    Enduring wealth comes from owning great companies for a long time.
    Unternehmens-Motto von Jensen Investment Management
    american asset-management company
  • Selecting employees
    When you hire people who love what they do, they make you look like a genious.
    Warren Buffett
    american Value-Investor, chairman of Berkshire Hathaway (*1930)
  • Thankful
    It is not happiness that makes you grateful, but gratefulness that makes you happy.
    Brother David Steindl-Rast
    american benedictine monk, austrian origin (*1926)
  • Testing
    Test everything. Hold on to the good.
    Paul in 1 Thessalonians 5:21
  • Government
    It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the Bible.
    George Washington
    first american president 1789-97 (1732-99)
  • Trustee
    What I possess, God owns.
    Howard Dayton
    Co-founder of Crown Financial Ministries (* 1943)
  • Buying behavior
    I never attempt to make money on the stock market. I buy on the assumption that they could close the market the next day and not reopen it for five years.
    Warren Buffett
    american Value-Investor, Chairman from Berkshire Heathaway (*1930)
  • Holding period
    How long should you hold a stock? As long as the good things that attracted you to the company are still there.
    Philip Carret
    Founder of the Pioneer Fund (1896-1997)
  • Community
    Christians, like snowflakes, are frail, but when they stick together they can stop traffic.
    Dr. Vance Havner
    american pastor and author (1901-1986)
  • Christmas
    Jesus comes into our night so that we can come into his light.
    Peter Hahne
    television presenter and former EKD Council Member (* 1952)
  • Volatility
    Stocks are much more volatile than the businesses they represent.
    Robert G. Kirby
    american Investor (1925-2005)
  • Intelligent Investing
    Investment is most intelligent, when it is most businesslike.
    Benjamin Graham
    born as Benjamin Großbaum, american Investor and founder from the systematic stock analysis (1894-1976)
  • Praying
    I have been driven many times upon my knees by the overwhelming conviction that I had nowhere else to go. My own wisdom, and that of all about me, seemed insufficient for the day.
    Abraham Lincoln
    american president 1861-65 (1809-1865)
  • Cosmopolitanism
    Common sense tells you that you will find more and sometimes better investment opportunities if you search everywhere in the world.
    Sir John Templeton
    Value-Investor and Philanthrop (1912-2008)
  • Courage
    Similarly, in the world of securities, courage becomes the supreme virtue after adequate knowledge and a tested judgment are at hand.
    Benjamin Graham
    born as Benjamin Großbaum, american investor und founder from the systematic stock analysis (1894-1976)
  • Share Prices
    If a business does well, the stock eventually follows.
    Warren Buffett
    american Value-Investor, Chairman from Berkshire Heathaway (*1930)
  • Patience
    Patience is the most needed virtue for an investor.
    Benjamin Graham
    born as Benjamin Großbaum, american Investor and founder from the systematic stock analysis (1894-1976)
  • Art of investment
    The art of investing in public companies is... simply to acquire, at a sensible price, a business with excellent economics and able, honest management. Thereafter you need only monitor whether these qualities are being preserved.
    Charlie Munger
    Vice-Chairman von Berkshire Hathaway (*1924)
  • Selection
    It is only occasionally that there is any reason for selling (carefully selected stocks) at all.
    Philip A. Fisher
    Growth-Investor and mentor of Warren Buffett (1907-2004)
  • Long-term investments
    More fortunes are made by sitting on good securities for years at a time than by active trading.
    Philip Carret
    Founder of the Pioneer Fund (1896-1997)
  • Happiness
    Happiness is inward; and so it does not depend on what we have, but on what we are.
    Henry J. van Dyke
    american writer and reformed clergyman(1852-1933)
  • Motivation
    You’ve got to make your employees happy. If the employees are happy, they are going to make the customers happy.
    John Willard Marriott
    american entrepreneur , founder of the Marriott hotel chain (1900-1985)
  • Concentration
    It’s better to do a lot of work on one idea, than do some work on a lot of ideas.
    Mike Onghai
    american investor (*1970)
  • Charity
    All of the good in the world is not done by foundation donations. Much more good is done via ordinary business operations of the corporations in which they invest.
    Charlie Munger
    Vice Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway
  • Information
    The most successful person is usually the one with the best information.
    Benjamin Disraeli
    english writer and Prime Minister in 1868 and 1874-80 ( 1804-1881 )
  • Wishes
    Though God will not fulfill all our requests, he will fulfill his promises.
    Dietrich Bonhoeffer
    Protestant theologian ( bekenndende church) and resistance fighter ( 1906-1945 )
  • Happy day
    This is the day the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it.
    Psalm 118:24
  • Why God loves us
    God loves us not because we are lovable, but because He is love.
    C. S. Lewis
    British writer (1898-1963)

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