Posts Tagged ‘proverbs about buying’

Benchmarks empty wallets.

Upgrade your tech; downgrade your net.

Upgrade; you’re made.

Consumer tiers, maintained by fears.

Apex predators upgrade through their creditors.

Youth upgrades; age downsizes.

The latest upgrade creates another version of the oldest hierarchy.

Upgrade — to humility.

Usability drives an upgrade; fashionability sells it.

You can sell an upgrade to too many people too much of the time.

Research is the better part of buying.

To buy is to get high; to sell is to get sober.

Buy slow; sell slower.

We buy and sigh and wonder why.

Buying is a privilege; selling is a relief.

Fall in love with what you can afford.

Buy what you can afford; afford what you can maintain.

To buy or not to buy — this is the obsession.

Buy adagio; sell allegro.

To never buy is to waste your money.