My Favorite Quotes
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 Ellison Chu - “I think gold will be trading around 548 to around 555. It's a short-term range.”
 Ellison Chu - “I don't dare say that I favor gold in the long run. After gold's rise to these levels, I think there will be a correction.”
 Ellison Chu - “The oil price is one of the big reasons in the gold market. It looks like gold can test 600 again very soon.”
 David Chu - “I've drawn a lot of inspiration from the '60s.”
 Julie Chu - “I think you'll be amazed by the spark that our young talent is going to bring. We've got a group with great veteran leadership, but the new players have energized everybody. We're getting better every week we play together.”
 Chin-Ning Chu - “In spite of your fear, do what you have to do.”
 Steven Chu - “I joined Bell Laboratories in the fall of 1978. I was one of roughly two dozen brash, young scientists that were hired within a two year period.”
 Steven Chu - “Geometry was the first exciting course I remember.”
 Steven Chu - “Education in my family was not merely emphasized, it was our raison d'etre.”
 Steven Chu - “Despite the importance of education in our family, my life was not completely centered around school work or recreational reading.”
 Steven Chu - “At Rochester, I came with the same emotions as many of the entering freshman everything was new, exciting and a bit overwhelming, but at least nobody had heard of my brothers and cousins.”
 Steven Chu - “The atoms become like a moth, seeking out the region of higher laser intensity.”
 David Chu - “I think there is time for men to dress up, there is time to be casual and there is time that you need to work out, to be athletic. So there're all three different lifestyles. But you know that is why I designed the collection really fitted for today's lifestyle.”
 Ellison Chu - “The time for the announcement for the ETF is getting closer. Basically, the turnover is very small in silver because all players and traders are very nervous about the price at the moment.”
 Miyoko Chu - “If most people are just looking in their back yards, they're probably going to record a narrower subset of species than if they're going out into nearby reserves or parks, where there can be so much variety.”
 Chin-Ning Chu - “To succeed in life in today's world, you must have the will and tenacity to finish the job.”
 Dan Chu - “We've seen virtualization go mainstream over the last couple of years. But there are still a ton of companies out there that haven't tried it. We're focused on changing that landscape we want to bring virtualization to every user.”
 David Chu - “So when you print it on this nylon material, the entire jacket illuminates. And it's really, really an interesting jacket to have for people that run and jog and work out.”
 Ellison Chu - “I think people have lost direction at these levels. (There's) some physical interest in silver and gold, but not much.”
 Dan Chu - “It's free but it's not an entry-level product. It's a path for enterprise-level virtualization. As people experience the initial benefits, they'll very quickly migrate to full deployments.”
 Chin-Ning Chu - “A successful life is one that is lived through understanding and pursuing one's own path, not chasing after the dreams of others.”
 Richard Chu - “There seems to be a bit of trouble in paradise.”
 Steven Chu - “By the fourth grade, I graduated to an erector set and spent many happy hours constructing devices of unknown purpose where the main design criterion was to maximize the number of moving parts and overall size.”
 Richard Chu - “In that sense, they were able to deliver more positive news, even though sales into the channel were up only 17 percent while sales out of the channel were up 36 percent. Those numbers should be equal. But with inventory at three weeks, they ought to be able to drive sales more aggressively in the channel.”
 Steven Chu - “Occasionally, I would focus on a particular school project and become obsessed with, what seemed to my mother, to be trivial details instead of apportioning the time I spent on school work in a more efficient way.”

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