David Kelly Quotes


8 David Kelly quotes:



"The unemployment rate will come down slowly because of tremendous productivity gains, but I don't doubt the strength of final demand."
Author: Kelly Quotes Category: Doubt Quotes
"I don't know of many serious economists who think that a tax increase, immediately implemented, is a good idea."
"A lot of American businesses are still fighting the last recession as opposed to gearing up for the next expansion. That process could take a few months, so we could still see some ugly numbers from the labor market for another month or two."
"The economy is getting better. The Fed is the most competent authority to rule on that, to tell investors, consumers and businessmen that this expansion is under way. And I think they should do that."
Author: Kelly Quotes Category: Authority Quotes
"I have coached in the SEC and I have coached in the ACC, ... The SEC always had the better reputation. But with the additions to the ACC, there is no difference now. We will play the best competition in the country and that will certainly help us in recruiting."
Author: Kelly Quotes Category: Reputation Quotes
"I have coached in the SEC and I have coached in the ACC. The SEC always had the better reputation. But with the additions to the ACC, there is no difference now. We will play the best competition in the country and that will certainly help us in recruiting."
Author: Kelly Quotes Category: Reputation Quotes
"Baby boomers are turning 60, and they're working to build up those nest eggs for retirement. For some that are running behind, that means putting at least some of that nest egg into more aggressive investments. For a while, that was real estate or high-yield bonds. Not anymore."
Author: Kelly Quotes Category: Retirement Quotes
"nothing more than a pathetic lie."



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