The usual fantasy life is only a deluxe version of the actual one.
You never find people endeavoring to convince you that you may live very happily upon a plentiful fortune.
The contemporary businessman cares only for art, and the contemporary artist only for money.
If the efficient-market hypothesis were true, someone would have thought of it before Fama.
The very worst people are never much interested in money.
If one person can destroy your business, you may as well have a job.
Americans must be stupid; they are so rich.
The Puritans labored, not to persuade God to elect them — that was decided — but to show the neighbors that He had. Status trumps Grace.
That poverty causes crime may be doubted: what is certain is that crime causes poverty.
Hallmark and Instagram are just two of the many fortunes to be made by permitting humans to communicate without the inconvenient obligation of articulate speech.
Money declares our trust in God, Who has observed our trust in money.