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38 Buyer And Seller Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Buyer And Seller Sayings By John Tillotson: Every man hath greater assurance that God is good and just than he can have Every man hath greater assurance that God is good and just than he can have of any subtle speculations about predestination and the decrees of God. — John Tillotson
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Buyer And Seller Sayings By Isaac Asimov: I don't subscribe to the thesis, 'Let the buyer beware,' I prefer the disregarded one I don't subscribe to the thesis, 'Let the buyer beware,' I prefer the disregarded one that goes, 'Let the seller be honest.' — Isaac Asimov
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Buyer And Seller Sayings By Rakesh V. Vohra: In each case, the relative cost of postponing the purchase for buyer and seller determines In each case, the relative cost of postponing the purchase for buyer and seller determines the intensity of competition between the [past and future] selves of the seller. If the buyer has a lower cost of postponing the purchase (delay, making do with an interior model) than the seller (inventory, staff salaries) the buyer has the bargaining power. — Rakesh V. Vohra
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Buyer And Seller Sayings By Thomas Hobbes: And as in other things, so in men, not the seller, but the buyer determines And as in other things, so in men, not the seller, but the buyer determines the Price. — Thomas Hobbes
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Buyer And Seller Sayings By Li Keqiang: With its population making up one fifth of the world's total, China offers a market With its population making up one fifth of the world's total, China offers a market with enormous potential. — Li Keqiang
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Buyer And Seller Sayings By Warren Buffett: So smile when you read a headline that says "Investors lose as market falls." Edit So smile when you read a headline that says "Investors lose as market falls." Edit it in your mind to "Disinvestors lose as market falls - but investors gain." Though writers often forget this truism, there is a buyer for every seller and what hurts one necessarily helps the other. (As they say in golf matches: "Every putt makes someone happy.") — Warren Buffett
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Buyer And Seller Sayings By Crystal Eastman: No more astounding relic of the subjection of women survives in western civilization than the No more astounding relic of the subjection of women survives in western civilization than the status of the prostitute ... In connection with what other illegal vice is the seller alone penalized, and not the buyer? — Crystal Eastman
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Buyer And Seller Sayings By Arnold J. Toynbee: The world's greatest need ... is mutual confidence. No human being ever knows all the The world's greatest need ... is mutual confidence. No human being ever knows all the secrets of another's heart. Yet there is enough confidence between mother and child, husband and wife, buyer and seller ... to make social life a practical possibility. Confidence may be risky, but it is nothing like so risky as mistrust. — Arnold J. Toynbee
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Buyer And Seller Sayings By Paul G. Hoffman: Salesmanship consists of transferring a conviction by a seller to a buyer. Salesmanship consists of transferring a conviction by a seller to a buyer. — Paul G. Hoffman
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Buyer And Seller Sayings By Jeffrey Tucker: What is a price? It is a proposed point of agreement between a buyer and What is a price? It is a proposed point of agreement between a buyer and seller. The proposal is the key. It is not a marching order. Past prices represent deals done in history. Current prices represent possible deals in the future. Prices embed vast information about perceived realities: resource availability, consumer demand, cultural biases and habits, speculations about the future. The price is also an amazing tool. It provides an objective basis for accounting and the assessment of profit and loss. Without prices, real prices rooted in real market experience, we'd been lost. — Jeffrey Tucker
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Buyer And Seller Sayings By Ludwig Von Mises: In a game there are winners and losers. But a business deal is always advantageous In a game there are winners and losers. But a business deal is always advantageous for both parties. If both the buyer and the seller were not to consider the transaction as the most advantageous action they could choose under the prevailing conditions, they would not enter into the deal. — Ludwig Von Mises
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Buyer And Seller Sayings By E.C. Riegel: Money can be issued only in the act of buying, and can be backed only Money can be issued only in the act of buying, and can be backed only in the act of selling. Any buyer who is also a seller is qualified to be a money issuer. Government, because it is not and should not be a seller, is not qualified to be a money issuer. — E.C. Riegel
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Buyer And Seller Sayings By Beck: You're just the girl of my dreamsBut it seems my dreams never come true You're just the girl of my dreams
But it seems my dreams never come true — Beck
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Buyer And Seller Sayings By Don Winslow: As for corruption, who's more corrupt - the seller or the buyer? And how corrupt As for corruption, who's more corrupt - the seller or the buyer? And how corrupt does a society have to be when its citizens need to get high to escape their reality, at the cost of bloodshed and suffering of their neighbors? — Don Winslow
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Vineet Raj Kapoor: He is Your Customer, the Reason behind Your Customs. He is Your Customer, the Reason behind Your Customs. — Vineet Raj Kapoor
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Conrad Hilton: The buyer is entitled to a bargain. The seller is entitled to a profit. So The buyer is entitled to a bargain. The seller is entitled to a profit. So there is a fine margin in between where the price is right. I have found this to be true to this day whether dealing in paper hats, winter underwear or hotels. — Conrad Hilton
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Walter Russell: Equal interchange of goods and service between buyer and seller is the keynote of tomorrow's Equal interchange of goods and service between buyer and seller is the keynote of tomorrow's business world when the vision of the modern business man awakens him to the wisdom of writing that policy into his code of ethics. — Walter Russell
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Gary Keller: There are so many great reasons to devote all of your time and effort to There are so many great reasons to devote all of your time and effort to taking and marketing listings. The Millionaire Real Estate Agent grasps the incredible advantages of making, obtaining, and marketing seller listings their primary lead-generation focus, and they do so almost exclusively. Over time, they will hire one or more buyer specialists to work the buyer side of the business and concentrate their energy on the high-return, high-leverage business of listings. — Gary Keller
Buyer And Seller Sayings By L. Neil Smith: Economists tell us that the 'price' of an object and its 'value' have very little Economists tell us that the 'price' of an object and its 'value' have very little or nothing to do with one another. 'Value' is entirely subjective economic value, anyway while 'price' reflects whatever a buyer is willing to give up to get the object in question, and whatever the seller is willing to accept to give it up. Both are governed by the Law of Marginal Utility, which is actually a law of psychology, rather than economics. For government to attempt to dictate a 'fair price' betrays complete misunderstanding of the entire process. — L. Neil Smith
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Ziad K. Abdelnour: Commerce is considered by classical economists to be a positive-sumgame. The act of selling and Commerce is considered by classical economists to be a positive-sum
game. The act of selling and buying always benefits both the seller
and the buyer. It is unfortunate that popular culture has propagated
the Marxist myth that one person gains in business at the expense of
another, that capitalism is evil because it is a zero-sum game - somebody
wins while someone else loses. When liberals make the argument
that capitalism is the cause of all of our problems, they are either
speaking out of abject ignorance or being totally disingenuous to
protect their interests. We have not had true free-market capitalism
in this country on any wide scale. Where we have had economic
successes in this nation's history, it has been those times when people
have done something outside of the government's involvement. Every
time the federal government has been involved, it has created chaos,
waste, and corruption. — Ziad K. Abdelnour
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Bill Gates: The Internet will help achieve "friction free capitalism" by putting buyer and seller in direct The Internet will help achieve "friction free capitalism" by putting buyer and seller in direct contact and providing more information to both about each other. — Bill Gates
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Annie Lennox: Anita Roddick was amazing. Her presence in a room was full of light, and everything Anita Roddick was amazing. Her presence in a room was full of light, and everything she worked to achieve still resonates now. — Annie Lennox
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Noam Chomsky: American imperialism is often traced to the takeover of Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Hawaii in American imperialism is often traced to the takeover of Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Hawaii in 1898. — Noam Chomsky
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Peter Lynch: A price drop in a good stock is only a tragedy if you sell at A price drop in a good stock is only a tragedy if you sell at that price and never buy more. To me, a price drop is an opportunity to load up on bargains from among your worst performers and your laggards that show promise. If you can't convince yourself 'When I'm down 25 percent, I'm a buyer' and banish forever the fatal thought 'When I'm down 25 percent, I'm a seller,' then you'll never make a decent profit in stocks. — Peter Lynch
Buyer And Seller Sayings By David Sirota: Beginning in the 1980s, electronic trading detached the buyer from the seller, complex derivatives insulated Beginning in the 1980s, electronic trading detached the buyer from the seller, complex derivatives insulated the investor from the company, CDOs sequestered the lender from the borrower - in other words, the decade constructed a system that allowed us to rip each other off without fear of having to look at the ramifications of our actions. — David Sirota
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Delilah S. Dawson: Wait," I said looking around. "How do we get off of this thing and onto Wait," I said looking around. "How do we get off of this thing and onto the island?"
Criminy's mouth compressed into a thin line. Then his lips started to twitch. Then he started to shake. And then he cackled, head thrown back, as if it was the funniest joke he'd ever heard.
"Darling, I have no idea whatsoever," he said, "I didn't think that far ahead. — Delilah S. Dawson
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Donna Lynn Hope: Enemies are the people who think about you more than your friends do. Enemies are the people who think about you more than your friends do. — Donna Lynn Hope
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Mike Weinberg: I contend that proposing too early in the sales process (aka Premature Proposal Syndrome) produces I contend that proposing too early in the sales process (aka Premature Proposal Syndrome) produces a less-than-ideal proposal and puts the seller at a disadvantage. Some of the possible dangers of prematurely delivering a proposal include not having identified the buyer's criteria for making a decision, all the key players involved in the decision, and the true underlying issues driving the request for a proposal. — Mike Weinberg
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Napoleon Hill: Your ability to use the principle of autosuggestion will depend, very largely, upon your capacity Your ability to use the principle of autosuggestion will depend, very largely, upon your capacity to concentrate upon a given desire until that desire becomes a burning obsession. — Napoleon Hill
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Claude C. Hopkins: Ads are planned and written with some utterly wrong conception. They are written to please Ads are planned and written with some utterly wrong conception. They are written to please their seller. The interest of the buyer is forgotten — Claude C. Hopkins
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Alex Berenson: Bigger spreads mean bigger gaps between what buyers pay and sellers receive. For example, a Bigger spreads mean bigger gaps between what buyers pay and sellers receive. For example, a spread of 10 cents a share means that the buyer pays $100 more for 1,000 shares than the seller receives. — Alex Berenson
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Gregory Of Nyssa: I got me slave-girls and slaves.' For what price, tell me? What did you find I got me slave-girls and slaves.' For what price, tell me? What did you find in existence worth as much as this human nature? What price did you put on rationality? How many obols did you reckon the equivalent of the likeness of God? How many staters did you get for selling that being shaped by God? God said, Let us make man in our own image and likeness. If he is in the likeness of God, and rules the whole earth, and has been granted authority over everything on earth from God, who is his buyer, tell me? Who is his seller? To God alone belongs this power; or, rather, not even to God himself. For his gracious gifts, it says, are irrevocable. God would not therefore reduce the human race to slavery, since he himself, when we had been enslaved to sin, spontaneously recalled us to freedom. But if God does not enslave what is free, who is he that sets his own power above God's? — Gregory Of Nyssa
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Charles Bukowski: I had never been a dresser. My shirts were all faded and shrunken, 5 or I had never been a dresser. My shirts were all faded and shrunken, 5 or 6 years old, threadbare. My pants the same. I hated department stores, I hated the clerks, they acted so superior, they seemed to know the secret of life, they had a confidence I didn't possess. My shoes were always broken down and old, I disliked shoe stores too. I never purchased anything until it was completely unusable, and that included automobiles. It wasn't a matter of thrift, I just couldn't bear to be a buyer needing a seller, seller being so handsome and aloof and superior. Besides, it all took time, time when you could just be laying around and drinking. — Charles Bukowski
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Daniel H. Pink: The balance of power has shifted - and how we've moved from a world of The balance of power has shifted - and how we've moved from a world of caveat emptor, buyer beware, to one of caveat venditor, seller beware - where honesty, fairness, and transparency are often the only viable path. — Daniel H. Pink
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Willa Cather: In Haverford on the Platte the townspeople still talk of Lucy Gayheart. In Haverford on the Platte the townspeople still talk of Lucy Gayheart. — Willa Cather
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Louise Erdrich: For what is a man, what are we all, but bits of time caught for For what is a man, what are we all, but bits of time caught for a moment in a tangle of blood, bones, skin, and brain? She was time. Mauser was time. I am a sorry bit of time myself. We are time's containers. Time pours into us and then pours out again. In between the two pourings we live our destiny. — Louise Erdrich
Buyer And Seller Sayings By Karen Marie Moning: Funny thing about payment is that it isn't the buyer of the goods or services Funny thing about payment is that it isn't the buyer of the goods or services that gets to set it. It's the seller. That's me. — Karen Marie Moning
Buyer And Seller Sayings By George Herbert: The buyer needs a hundred eyes, the seller not one. The buyer needs a hundred eyes, the seller not one. — George Herbert