Even when we're blindfolded, even when you're wearing sunglasses, even in the pitch black of night, we can always tell if you just ogled another woman.— Maria Bartiromo
The most unbelievable Maria Bartiromo quotes that will transform you to a better person
I think the value of venues like CNBC is that they give investors an opportunity to reevaluate the situation minute by minute, but maybe we don't need to follow the market so closely.
The Girl Scouts is an organization that constantly gives you new goals to achieve and that's what life is all about.
News is important information that may influence your investments.
Noise is talk or buzz or some headline that prevents you from seeing a story clearly. News is useful. Noise is a distraction. Calling what's noise and news after the fact is easy.
Hillary Clinton has promised to build on President [Barack] Obama's policies.
That means build on Obamacare, build on Dodd-Frank, build on the regulations coming out of the EPA. If that's the case, that will not be good for the economy.
Don't ever, ever, believe anyone who tells you that you can just get by, by doing the easiest thing possible. Because there's always somebody behind you who really wants to do what you're doing. And they're going to work harder than you if you're not working hard.
It just seems that you were talking positively about McDonald's, that they are.
.. attempting this healthy lifestyle, and yet when we're talking right now... it seems that you're saying they need to make more responsibility.
As a reporter, I approach every situation knowing that everyone has his or her own agenda. It's not a bad thing; it's just a fact.
If you or me go to the gas station to fill up our car and it costs us much more than we expected, it will zap our discretionary income. We won't have the extra money to buy that washing machine or new winter coat-all big ticket items that are important to economic growth.
I think that my biggest attribute to any success that I have had is hard work.
There really is no substitute for working hard.
Successful people are always thinking about what they can do to move to the next level. Initiative is the drive to do it - to take the first step, and then the next step. The great thing about initiative - is that it's free and available to everyone.
First reporter to broadcast live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
It looks like [Donald] Trump's plan has the potential to actually move the needle on economic growth because he wants to lower taxes and lower regulations. That would be very powerful in terms of creating jobs.
I'm not a money manager, but I can tell you what the conventional wisdom is.
The younger you are, the more risk you can take on.
Too many people say to their brokers, I can't deal with this.
Take my money. Do what you want. That's the worst attitude you can have.
A lot of people love Oreos. So their manufacturer is making money. That means more dividends for shareholders.
Oil is a very important component of economic growth.
Selling cookies helped me to realize that you needed to have a certain way to communicate with people. You also needed business skills. You knew you needed to sell a certain amount of boxes, so that gave me some business sense.
While it's wonderful that investors have access to all the data now available to them, it has become a full-time job to sift through it and separate out the valuable news from the useless noise.
The amount of data and analysis available for free is a true example of information explosion has leveled the playing field for individual investors.
Most women outlive their spouses. Divorce remains at record rates. It's important for a woman to be able to control her finances.
When we talk about inequality in America, the great health centers being able to care for people who don't have means is really important. If you combine the research missions of these academic institutions with great clinical care, you get better clinical outcomes.
[Hillary] Clinton wants to raise taxes, raise wages and she wants to do things like put caps on drug prices.
[Donald Trump] basically has said, 'No it's more of a threat than an actual reality.' I do not think we're going to see tariffs put in place, but that would be the worry.
I've been a woman in a man's world now for 30 years.
I was the first person to broadcast from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange and that was just all suits all the time. It didn't really affect me in any way.
Phone companies recognize that the pipes are not enough anymore.
You need something to go through the pipes. You need content. I think the consolidation will continue. A huge development is mobility. We want the content where we are....producers need to be where the consumers want them to be.
Donald Trump has come on a lot and I think one of the hardest parts of my job is digging down beyond their talking points to get them to say something that people actually want to hear rather than what they've come to the interview with, and that is difficult. That's a reporter's challenge.
I was at CNBC for 20 years. I felt really great about covering the stock market, being on the floor, watching the daily knee-jerk reactions to the stock market..but the last three years, being at Fox, I've grown. I've learned more.
My stylist chose the white gloves and I think she did a spectacular job.
...I couldn't believe the stir my gloves were making at the dinner.
Some studies show that women can be better money managers than men because they tend to be more conservative and do their homework. Men tend to take more risks without the research.
I'm not expecting a big sell-off but I do think that if we don't have a move toward economic growth and policies that will promote economic growth and get us out of this 2 percent world - we really need to see 4 percent, 5 percent - to see jobs created, and if we don't see that longer-term, yeah the market will sell-off...[but] I do think things are getting better. It's just been very slow.
I've been able to stretch myself, covering policy, looking at tax reform, looking at the broader economy [being at Fox]. It's no longer [just] about the stock market. I'm having a ball. And, the glamor of TV also makes it fun.
The traditional thinking has been that the stock market likes certainty.
[Donald Trump] is talking a lot about redoing trade and that's the area that is getting globalists nervous. Number one, they want certainty. They do not want to see a disruption in trade. He's promising to rip up NAFTA, redo NAFTA. He's not going to do the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the TPP trade with Asia.
Individual investors have become far more powerful than anyone gives them credit for. Today, 85 million Americans invest in stocks. Collectively, that kind of buying and selling power can move markets.
Hillary Clinton has not done an interview with me during the campaign season.
I spoke to her years ago but not this season...so I don't want to misspeak.
I have been incredibly proud and incredibly humbled to have had a front-row seat in covering this election . I'm working the hardest I've ever worked. I'm on the air six days a week...covering this election has been historic and amazing, and it has helped me grow so much [as a journalist].
What is happening now is that producers are trying to figure out new ways to distribute that content.
As a result of Obamacare, we are becoming something of a part-time employment country.
Longer-term, I think the markets would rally under a [Donald] Trump plan and sell-off on a [Hillary] Clinton policy.
They sort of see Hillary Clinton as the status quo, more of the same, which is why the market is expected to rally should she become president. Donald Trump is more of the unknown. We could see an initial sell-off. Longer-term or midterm, their economic plans are very different.
Business news is sexy.
I've always just worked and tried to do as good a job as possible so that the people who are watching me took notice. That's what's helped me be successful today.
When you see me on the air, I always have jackets on.
I like to think I have a flair and a style but I'm always in a business look.
The institutional investor remains the bigger influence on individual trades simply because the institutional investor has more money to support the order and that will have more of an impact on the stock.
[Donald Trump] is been very consistent on trade.
I think that in the last eight years, we were averaging economic growth of about 2 percent. It's not good. It's very slow. It's a slow pace. People are expecting that pace to continue if Hillary Clinton becomes president.
Having the opportunity to follow the market frequently gives you the opportunity to see if you need to reevaluate your portfolio. But reevaluating your portfolio shouldn't trigger a sell signal so frequently.
I think the global markets will probably be selling off with a [Donald] Trump presidency because he has promised to re-do trade deals.
There are some areas of the US where competition is less than desirable.
And we need to be careful not to overly consolidate the hospital industry. But some consolidation is both necessary and desirable.