Quotes of Dividend

“ The peace dividend is peace. ”

- Dan Quayle

“ The best math lesson we can teach college students this year is to subtract a tuition increase and benefit from the dividends of higher education. ”

- Jodi Rell

“ If ignorance paid dividends, most Americans could make a fortune out of what they don't know about economics. ”

- Luther H. Hodges

“ Some men are born to own, and can animate all their possessions. Others cannot: their owning is not graceful; it seems to be a compromise of their character: they seem to steal their own dividends. ”

- Ralph Waldo Emerson

“ War like any other racket, pays high dividends to the very few. The cost of operations is always transferred to the people who do not profit. ”

- Smedley Butler

“ Luck is a dividend of sweat. The more you sweat, the luckier you get. ”

- Ray Kroc

“ Learn to use ten minutes intelligently. It will pay you huge dividends. ”

- William A. Irwin

“ Good heavens, of what uncostly material is our earthly happiness composed… if we only knew it. What incomes have we not had from a flower, and how unfailing are the dividends of the seasons. ”

- James Russell Lowell

“ Giving is the investment in living that pays the dividends we need: health and happiness. ”

- Douglas M. Lawson

“ Doing things for others always pays dividends… ”

- Claude M. Bristol

“ Do you know the only thing that gives me pleasure? It's to see my dividends coming in. ”

- John D. Rockefeller

“ Honesty pays dividends both in dollars and in peace of mind. ”

- B.C. Forbes

“ Since the through line from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh was opened, not a single year has passed without the payment of a dividend — a sixty-year record which can be duplicated by no other American railroad system. ”

- John Moody

“ For under the Commodore's magic touch the Harlem Railroad for the first time in its long history began to pay dividends at a high rate, and in four years the earnings of the Hudson River property had nearly doubled. ”

- John Moody

“ By this time Vanderbilt had achieved a great reputation as a man who created values, earned dividends, and invented wealth as if by magic; other railroad managers now began… ask him to do with them what he had done with the Harlem and the Hudson River. ”

- John Moody
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