WALLSTREET: Money Never Sleeps
"Time is the most valuable commodity."..... Right i should invest to it.
When it comes to investing you need to be patient. It takes a long time to determine if a stock is good and if you are able to find the right type of stock to help you grow a solid retirement. Finding strong winners and keeping the money invested in them is the best way to make sure that there is little risk and still the potential for gain. The best stocks will pay a dividend and have a stable commodity that the company produces.
No matter what age we are, we are all fighting an uphill battle against the progress of time and what it means to our lives. Too often, we find ourselves with competing priorities and making decisions that do not make our lives better, but only make them worse. If we can use time to get our money to work for us, we may be able to get to a point in life where time with the family becomes the priority and not the exception.
Two lines that marks in my mind when I first heard it in the movie.
Jacob Moore: What is the definition of insanity? It's doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. By that standard, most of us are insane. But not on the same time.
What is the definition of insanity? One could say that the definition of a insanity is doing the exact same thing over and over again, and expecting different results. However, if that's true, then aren't we all crazy then? Maybe not all at once, but maybe at different times if that's the case. Therefore, wouldn't our capitalistic society be deemed crazy then? After all, there's no secret that our stock markets have crashed various times throughout our history. Sure, you can argue that we've always managed to pull out of it before, but the results are hardly different, as the cycle continuously repeats itself. Where the most ruthless and cut throat businessman can make it ahead in Wall...