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If there’s one thing more colorful than the charts on Talking Numbers, it’s the man who draws them – our very own contributor Richard Ross.

As you sit back to enjoy the last weekend of summer, here’s a video you can enjoy and share with your friends and family.

If there’s one thing more colorful than the charts on Talking Numbers, it’s the man who draws them – our very own contributor Richard Ross, Global Technical Strategist at Auerbach Grayson.

Lines are used in technical analysis to find important levels in traded securities. Rich takes it up a notch: he uses great one-liners to explain what those lines mean.

We went through hundreds of videos to compile this collection of some of Rich’s greatest quotes. We’ve put them all together in the video above for your enjoyment.

If you like these, check out Talking Numbers every day at CNBC.com/Talking-Numbers for more!

Some of our teams’ favorite lines by Rich include:

Reading may be fundamental, but trading is technical.”

The technician doesn’t care if it’s Goldman Sachs or Saks Fifth Avenue.

Will Rogers said if you find yourself in a hole, stop digging. The problem with silver is that we’re still digging.

Earlier this year the stock has gone from a man on fire to a man on a wire.

I hate to kick a chart when it’s down, but we’re here to make money not friends.

Now we might have heard the term Fibonacci retracements and we’re not going to get into the math behind it, but just trust me that it works. It’s been working for 2400 years.

In terms of Barnes and Noble don’t close the book on the stock, close the nook.

In this business it’s strictly business, it’s not personal about gold.

F. Scott Fitzgerald said there’s no second act in American lives. Clearly, he was not a Sirius XM subscriber like myself.

Nothing is as quintessentially American as speculation and nothing captures the heart of speculation like the stock chart.

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