Al Rosen Quotes

Albert Leonard "Al" Rosen (February 29, 1924 – March 13, 2015), nicknamed "Flip" and "The Hebrew Hammer", was an American baseball third baseman and right-handed slugger in the Major Leagues for ten seasons in the 1940s and 1950s

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Al Rosen


“I'm 90 per cent plus sure, but once again, in our business we have to be 100 per cent sure. And that is why the investigation is needed; to look at the volumes, the prices, at a whole cross-section of the trusts and the dividend paying stocks. And there's a third category of other stocks that will benefit from the trading.”

Al Rosen


“I tip my hat to them. They were relentless. But I'm proud of my girls for how they kept coming back against El Paso. I'm excited (about district play). We've won two tournaments and finished second in another. Hopefully this (predistrict competition) will push us to a good district finish.”

Al Rosen


“George is a dynamic individual who wants and demands perfection. He has an insatiable desire to win and he's been very successful. That being said ... he can be rough on the people who work for him.”

Al Rosen


“We had some serving problems today, and that (serving) has been what's helped win many of our games. This just wasn't our day.”

Al Rosen


“This a completely unregulated environment.”

Al Rosen


“They should have looked at how individual investors are literally being fleeced,”

Al Rosen


“I'm sitting here with I don't know how many litigation cases and another dozen that we're looking at - you try to show me one (income trust) that's absolutely wonderful, terrific and fantastic and you're going to have a tough time.”

Al Rosen


“We had studied them (Friday), and the one thing we always have to do, since we're not as powerful, is wait for the offense and defend what they give us. Our girls are all pretty scrappy and they've come together really well.”

Al Rosen


“They're certainly not happy with Dell's lack of on-site support.”

Al Rosen


“If you look at it from the auditing side, you literally walk up to the fox and say, 'Are there any missing chickens?' The fox then says, 'No, there aren't.' That's kind of the extent of the feeble auditing that we have in Canada.”

Al Rosen


“If you look at it from the auditing side, you literally walk up to the fox and say, `Are there any missing chickens?' The fox then says, `No, there aren't.' That's kind of the extent of the feeble auditing that we have in Canada.”

Al Rosen


“once you sell more trust units then we're on the slippery slope downward.”

Al Rosen


“The other speculation would be that there were some documents that were seized in that raid at the Bank of Nova Scotia, that someone may have noticed certain sales or transactions.”

Al Rosen