Quotations list about dividend, capitalization and earnings captions for Instagram citing Ray Kroc, Claude M. Bristol and John D. Rockefeller remainder sayings.
Luck is a dividend of sweat. The more you sweat, the luckier you get.
— Ray Kroc
Doing things for others always pays dividends...
— Claude M. Bristol dividend quote
Do you know the only thing that gives me pleasure? It's to see my dividends coming in.
— John D. Rockefeller
It's an extra dividend when you like the girl you're in love with.
— Clark Gable
A man may be a tough, concentrated, successful money-maker and never contribute to his country anything more than a horrible example. A manager may be tough and practical, squeezing out, while the going is good, the last ounce of profit and dividend, and may leave behind him an exhausted industry and a legacy of industrial hatred. A tough manager may never look outside his own factory walls or be conscious of his partnership in a wider world. I often wonder what strange cud such men sit chewing when their working days are over, and the accumulating riches of the mind have eluded them.
— dividend quotation by Robert Menzies
The peace dividend is peace.
Some men are born to own, and can animate all their possessions.
Others cannot: their owning is not graceful; seems to be a compromise of their character: they seem to steal their own dividends.
Something got screwed up in terms of your priorities if you think it's more important to get rid of the dividend tax than it is to take care of 11 million kids.
Soldiers are citizens of death's grey land, drawing no dividend from time's tomorrows.
Yes, prudently invested contributions to the Social Security fund may bring greater dividends, but those contributions would also face a greater risk. It would be like gambling. We should not gamble with the investments and the future of the citizens of this land.
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.
Liberalism is financed by the dividends from Conservatism.
A lot of people love Oreos. So their manufacturer is making money. That means more dividends for shareholders.
Some of the analysts were saying, Now you're a cash cow, there's no growth at all, pay it all out in dividends, give me it all, you can't invest wisely.