Best Quotes on Money

Money’s Greatest Intrinsic Value And This Cannot Be Overstated,
Is Its Ability To Give You Control Over Your Time.

Psychology of Money I Morgan Housel

The 85% solution:
Getting started is more important than becoming an expert.

I will teach you to be Rich I Ramit Sethi

The more stuff people owned, the unhappier and more stressed they tended to be. Converesely, the less stuff people owned and the more they spent on experience like travel or learning new skills, the happier and more content they were.

Quit like a Millionaire I Bryce Leung & Kristy Shen

Most people fail to realize that in life,
it’s not how much money you make,
it’s how much money you keep.

Rich Dad Poor Dad Robert Kyosaki

Investing isn’t about beating others at their game.
It’s about controlling yourself at your own game

The Intelligent nvestor | Benjamin Graham

You own the things you own and they in turn own you.

The Simple Path To Wealth | J.L. Collins

However, as I observed the lifestyle of the people ahead of me in their careers, it slowly dawned on me that the only reward awaiting me was working more hours, internalizing more stress, and continuing to be salary dependent with no end in sight. I thought I had invested in myself, but really, I had invested in lifelong treadmill.

Invested I Danielle Town

Money is the most universal and most efficient system of mutual trust ever devised.

Sapiens | Yuval Noah Harari

The more your money works for you, the less you have to work for money.

Wealth for All | Idowu Koyenikan

A part of all the money you earn is yours to keep. That is, pay yourself first.

The Richest Man in Babylon | George S. Clason

When I tell young parents about the power of compounding money, they often want to set money aside for their children’s future. “Setting aside” money for a child, however, is very different from encouraging a child to earn, save, and invest. ​Giving money promotes weakness and dependence. Teaching money lessons and cheerleading the struggle promotes strength, independence, and pride.

Millionaire Teacher | Andrew Hallam

Inflation is like a moving treadmill. Prices don’t stand still — they keep increasing year on year (5.5 per cent per annum over the past 45 years in fact). If you stick your money under the bed, or in a transaction account earning 0.1 per cent interest per annum, then you’re doing the equivalent of standing still on that moving treadmill. It’s not safe. It’s incredibly risky and it will have a devastating impact on your retirement.

The Barefoot Investor | Scott Pape