Here we've demonstrated using credit, not keeping track of our money, not preparing ahead for going to the store, and a long list of other bad money
Wright charged around pounds 10 for a half-sized portrait and pounds 30 for a larger one, not bad money
for those days.
Asked about the ailing sub-prime lenders and their affect on the local market, LaVigne said the market is simply clearing out bad money
, which isn't a bad thing over all.
The old line from economics is that bad money
drives out good, from the days when literally debasing the currency compromised the value of honest coins, too.
This is the case when the money changer gives good money for bad money
, but not counterfeit or defective money: such as golden ducats for silver ones that scarcely deserve the name of silver.
Money laundering is the process for turning bad money
into good money, while terrorist financing is often the process of turning good money to bad, he said.
Poor retirement plans and bad money
handling have nothing to do with your sexuality but rather the home you've been brought up in.
The observation that bad money
drives out good money, usually called Gresham's law, has become one of the more famous maxims in economics and has been used to account for many episodes of monetary disorder.
You wouldn't put bad money
on Caley ending Well's seven-game unbeaten run, especially as the Steelmen knocked them out of the CIS Cup two weeks ago.
that all we are doing is digging the hole deeper or, in effect, throwing bad money
So much so that my colleague, Ron Baker, created Baker's Law: Bad customers drive out good customers, as a corollary to Gresham's Law: Bad money
drives out good money.
Here we may recall the classic ancient economics saying called Gresham's law: "The bad money
drives out the good.