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Fortune is like the market, where, many times, if you can stay a little, the price will fall
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"Fortune is like the market, where, many times, if you can stay a little, the price will fall"

- Francis Bacon

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This quote by Francis Bacon is an allegory permanently. It suggests that fortune, like the marketplace, is unforeseeable and also ever-changing. It suggests that if one holds your horses as well as waits on the ideal minute, they can make the most of the situation as well as benefit from it. This might mean that if one is patient and awaits the right possibility, they can maximize it and gain the incentives. It could likewise imply that if one holds your horses as well as waits on the best moment, they can avoid making a negative decision and conserve themselves from prospective losses. This quote is a tip that perseverance is a virtue and that it repays over time. It urges us to be mindful of our choices and also to take our time when making them. It is a tip that fortune is uncertain which it is very important to be person as well as wait on the ideal moment to maximize it.

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Francis Bacon This quote is written / told by Francis Bacon between January 21, 1561 and April 9, 1626. He was a famous Philosopher from England. The author also have 104 other quotes.

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