It's Minyanville's quotes of the week! From Jack Scalia to Jane Austen, we take a look at who's talking the talk.
–Shakeela Muhammad, a homeowner in danger of foreclosure, who became a victim of an equity-stripping scam
"Anger ventilated often hurries towards forgiveness; anger concealed often hardens into revenge."
"Our financial tools are sometimes the most powerful weapons our government has to help change behavior."
–James R. Wilkinson, chief of staff, U.S. Treasury Department, on persuading Kim Jong-il to dismantle North Korea's nuclear weapons program
"Can people really change? Can somebody who has exhibited sociopathic behavior his whole life suddenly do a 180?"
"Environmental vice presidents usually spend company money, but this new breed is helping companies make money."
–Eileen Claussen, president of the Pew Center on Global Climate Change
"My wife and kids spend a lot of money, but I really don't know how much I make."
"Following a weak first quarter, the manufacturing sector rebounded in a strong fashion during the second quarter."
–Norbert J. Ore, chairman of the Institute for Supply Management's survey committee
"This country is a great country and will always rebound."
"There's favorable economic news and continuing merger talk. That's a pretty good recipe for the market."
–Stuart Schweitzer, managing director and global markets strategist, JPMorgan Private Bank
"A large income is the best recipe for happiness I ever heard of."
"The assets are old and tired, and that's the problem."
–Justin Sebastiano, an analyst at Nollenberger Capital Partners, on the failure of Trump Entertainment Resorts (TRMP) to find a buyer after a three-month search
"I'm tired, but proud."
"It's the only way, short of murder, of getting rid of Donald Trump."
–Morley Safer, on NASA's plan to send another human to the moon
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