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28 Gutfreund Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Gutfreund Sayings By John Gutfreund: Commercial banks are very good for certain businesses, like loans and guarding other people's money. Commercial banks are very good for certain businesses, like loans and guarding other people's money. They're not great investors or entrepreneurs. — John Gutfreund
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Gutfreund Sayings By Phyllis Chesler: Exile ... might be the largest new state created by the twentieth century and the Exile ... might be the largest new state created by the twentieth century and the psychology of the twenty-first century. — Phyllis Chesler
Gutfreund Sayings By Michael Lewis: Fair enough, Gutfreund had once been a trader, but that was as relevant as an Fair enough, Gutfreund had once been a trader, but that was as relevant as an old woman's claim that she was once quite a dish. — Michael Lewis
Gutfreund Sayings By Robert Payne: Fragmentation occurs when a civilization is in decline. Fragmentation occurs when a civilization is in decline. — Robert Payne
Gutfreund Sayings By Dylan Walsh: My father had wanted to name me for Dylan Thomas. He had seen him speak My father had wanted to name me for Dylan Thomas. He had seen him speak on one of those drunken poetry tours he did. — Dylan Walsh
Gutfreund Sayings By Miguel Angel Ruiz: It doesn't matter whether you believe in Christ, Moses, Allah, Brahma, Buddha, or any other It doesn't matter whether you believe in Christ, Moses, Allah, Brahma, Buddha, or any other being or master. Each one of us has our own beliefs, our own point of view. There are billions of different points of view, but it's the same force of life behind each one of us. — Miguel Angel Ruiz
Gutfreund Sayings By Liz Kessler: Love doesn't discriminate and nor should the law. Not in this country, not in this Love doesn't discriminate and nor should the law. Not in this country, not in this world, not in this lifetime. — Liz Kessler
Gutfreund Sayings By John Gutfreund: I am more rich in goods than I am in money. I am more rich in goods than I am in money. — John Gutfreund
Gutfreund Sayings By John Gutfreund: I thought that ending Glass-Steagall was a mistake. I thought that ending Glass-Steagall was a mistake. — John Gutfreund
Gutfreund Sayings By Daniel Keys Moran: We are reinventing the world. We've set the ball spinning with little concern for where We are reinventing the world. We've set the ball spinning with little concern for where and how it's going to stop. — Daniel Keys Moran
Gutfreund Sayings By Natalie Massenet: Don't let the American accent fool you. I am British. Don't let the American accent fool you. I am British. — Natalie Massenet
Gutfreund Sayings By John Gutfreund: People in Philadelphia are a world apart from New York. They're very different from people People in Philadelphia are a world apart from New York. They're very different from people in the New York scene. The New York scene wants your visibility and wants your money. — John Gutfreund
Gutfreund Sayings By John Gutfreund: Shareholders share in the downside and not necessarily in the upside; that's the whole story. Shareholders share in the downside and not necessarily in the upside; that's the whole story. — John Gutfreund
Gutfreund Sayings By Amir Gutfreund: the regular crying, lights on the regular crying, lights on — Amir Gutfreund
Gutfreund Sayings By Michael Lewis: Gutfreund (pronounced Good friend) liked to sneak up from behind and surprise you. This was Gutfreund (pronounced Good friend) liked to sneak up from behind and surprise you. This was fun for him but not for you. — Michael Lewis
Gutfreund Sayings By John Gutfreund: Proprietary stock-index arbitrage is but one aspect of program trading. Arbitrage will take place whenever Proprietary stock-index arbitrage is but one aspect of program trading. Arbitrage will take place whenever there is an imbalance created in one or more markets that are similar. — John Gutfreund
Gutfreund Sayings By J.K. Rowling: I don't care if you fall off your broom as long as you catch the I don't care if you fall off your broom as long as you catch the Snitch first. — J.K. Rowling
Gutfreund Sayings By Djuna Barnes: I like my human experience served up with a little silence and restraint. Silence makes I like my human experience served up with a little silence and restraint. Silence makes experience go further and, when it does die, gives it that dignity common to a thing one had touched and not ravished. — Djuna Barnes
Gutfreund Sayings By Michael Lewis: What Gutfreund said has become a legend at Salomon Brothers and a visceral part of What Gutfreund said has become a legend at Salomon Brothers and a visceral part of its corporate identity. He said: One hand, one million dollars, no tears. — Michael Lewis
Gutfreund Sayings By John Gutfreund: The media, the polls and our legislatures fortunately have short attention spans. The media, the polls and our legislatures fortunately have short attention spans. — John Gutfreund
Gutfreund Sayings By John Gutfreund: I never thought of myself as a king. People really want you to be their I never thought of myself as a king. People really want you to be their deity. They forget the fact that you are a person who has feelings and doubts. — John Gutfreund
Gutfreund Sayings By Bill Bryson: We're going to stop this preposterous obsession with economic growth at the cost of all We're going to stop this preposterous obsession with economic growth at the cost of all else. Great economic success doesn't produce national happiness. It produces Republicans and Switzerland. So we're going to concentrate on just being lovely and pleasant and civilized. We're going to have the best schools and hospitals, the most comfortable public transportation, the liveliest arts, the most useful and well-stocked libraries, the grandest parks, the cleanest streets, the most enlightened social policies. In short, we're going to be like Sweden, but with less herring and better jokes. — Bill Bryson
Gutfreund Sayings By John Gutfreund: I don't have many regrets. I regret mistakes, particularly those that damage other people, and I don't have many regrets. I regret mistakes, particularly those that damage other people, and we've all made some of those. But I'm not sad about change. — John Gutfreund
Gutfreund Sayings By John Gutfreund: I have never been a social lion; I was misidentified as one because I have I have never been a social lion; I was misidentified as one because I have a very attractive second wife. — John Gutfreund
Gutfreund Sayings By David Foster Wallace: How come she never got sad?"She did get sad, Booboo. She got sad in her How come she never got sad?"
She did get sad, Booboo. She got sad in her way instead of yours and
mine. She got sad, I'm pretty sure."
Hal?"
You remember how the staff lowered the flag to half-mast out front by
the portcullis here after it happened? Do you remember that? And it
goes to half-mast every year at Convocation? Remember the flag, Boo?"
Hey Hal?"
Don't cry, Booboo. Remember the flag only halfway up the pole?
Booboo, there are two ways to lower a flag to half-mast. Are you
listening? Because no shit I really have to sleep here in a second. So
listen - one way to lower the flag to half mast is just to lower the
flag. There's another way though. You can also just raise the pole.
You can raise the pole to like twice its original height. You get me?
You understand what I mean, Mario?"
Hal?"
She's plenty sad, I bet. — David Foster Wallace
Gutfreund Sayings By Margaret Wheatley: The only antidote to the unnerving effects of such incoherence is integrity. People and organizations The only antidote to the unnerving effects of such incoherence is integrity. People and organizations with integrity are wholly themselves. No aspect of self stands different or apart. At their center is clarity, not conflict. When they go inside to find themselves, there is only one self there. — Margaret Wheatley
Gutfreund Sayings By Nora Roberts: It was amazing, really, just how much pain the human heart could hold. It was amazing, really, just how much pain the human heart could hold. — Nora Roberts
Gutfreund Sayings By Michael Lewis: In the two decades after I left, I waited for the end of Wall Street In the two decades after I left, I waited for the end of Wall Street as I had known it. The outrageous bonuses, the endless parade of rogue traders, the scandal that sank Drexel Burnham, the scandal that destroyed John Gutfreund and finished off Salomon Brothers, the crisis following the collapse of my old boss John Meriwether's Long-Term Capital Management, the Internet bubble: Over and over again, the financial system was, in some narrow way, discredited. Yet the big Wall Street banks at the center of it just kept on growing, along with the sums of money that they doled out to twenty-six-year-olds to perform tasks of no obvious social utility. The rebellion by American youth against the money culture never happened. Why bother to overturn your parents' world when you can buy it and sell off the pieces? — Michael Lewis