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'What are they worth? Well, it's difficult to put a price on such extraordinary works of art. How much you got?'
'The dollar fell against all major currencies this morning, and then, while getting up, bumped its head, REALLY HARD, on some sort of coffee table. I'm afraid that's all we have right now. Stay tuned for further updates.'
The Emersons at Home
Tags:emerson, ralph waldo emerson, human soul, one thing in the world of value, value, valuation, valuation, valuations, active soul, active souls, poet, poets, practical, practical concern, practical concerns, impractical, practicality, home repair, home repairs, diy, do it yourself, head in the clouds, space cadet, excuse, excuses, manual labor, manual labour, husband, husbands, division of labor, division of labour, household, households, writer, writers, author, authors
'Shocked? You should be! After all those years of toil and loyal sacrifice, that's your net worth! Wake up, Fido! On Lesson Three, we'll offer tips on planning your financial future!'
"The price of one million five is the highest price ever paid for a Blanchard."
"Some people say you can't put a price on a wife's twenty-seven years of loyalty and devotion. They're wrong."
Little Investment on the Praire
Tags:investment, investments, home price, home prices, skyrocket, skyrockets, skyrocketing, real estate, real estate market, real estate markets, home, homes, house, houses, children's book, children's books, children's literature, children's lit, value, home value, valuation, valuations, property price, property prices, asset, assets, net worth, accountant, accountants, accounting, family finance, family finances
"Dog...God. God...dog. Cat...tac."
'I highly recommend this painting if you're into art as an investment.'
'I would've preferred everything I touched turned to OIL.'
For Sale, just to find the true value.
"Let's talk more about your valuation policy."
'Twelve financial analysts came up with 12 different valuations for this company. All they had in common was their $500hr fee.'
Tags:corporation, corporations, megacorporation, megacorporations, mega-corporation, mega-corporations, office building, office buildings, greed, greedy, greediness, wealthy, wealth, elite, elites, elitist, elitists, elitism, value, values, valuation, valuations, entitled, entitlement, bottom line, bottom lines
'But it must be valuable, it's got 'Made in China' stamped on the bottom!'
'I'll give you this, Henderson - you're no worse than anyone else.'
VHS at the Antiques Roadshow: 'I'm afraid the fact that you've 'got tons of blank tapes for it' doesn't make any difference.'
"This is what we in the trade call 'garbage'..."
'You have a Remington etching that has a mate somewhere of this coach scene. . . if you had the mate and cleaned the etching it would be worth $5,000 at auction. . . by itself $150.'
"Nonsense - I can sit on my Warhols twice as long as you can sit on yours."
Tags:art collector, art collectors, art collection, art collections, dilettante, dilettantes, value, values, valuation, valuations, bottom line, bottom lines, save, saves, saving, save up, saves up, saving up, modern art, modern artist, modern artists, wealthy elite, wealthy elites, affluent, affluence, cocktail party, cocktail parties, bet, bets, betting, selfish, selfishness, self-interest, self-interested
"On some, my right brain says they're good art, but my left brain says there're bad investments. On others, my right brain says they're bad art, but my left brain says they're good investments."
Tags:art, arts, evaluate, evaluates, evaluating, evaluation, evaluations, monetary incentive, monetary incentives, investment, investments, investing, investor, investors, monetary value, value, values, artistic value, artistry, conflict, conflicts, conflicting value, conflicting values, valuation, valuations, art collector, art collectors, connoisseur, connoisseurs, art world, artistic world
Insurance - "I need some contents valued please."
"Can you guess how much it will be worth after you die?"
"We pay you 90% of what you are worth... and you give 110%... so we end up even at 100%. OK?"