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Letter "G" » Gail Dudack Quotes
«I think we've already broken out of the trading range. Most of 2005 was the trading range.»
«The stock market just cannot seem to go anywhere but down whenever the long bond gets above 7 percent, and that is basically what happened today.»
«For technology, it's still probably going to be a long period before the turnaround.»
«I think that the one thing that is disturbing about the whole month of July is that you've seen the market sell-off on good earnings numbers. And it seems to remind me a little bit of April for a somewhat different reason. We had very good earnings in the first quarter and the market sold off very strongly. We're starting to see the same pattern in July. It's one of those things, having been around for a while, watching the market, knowing that markets predict earnings, and sometimes the economy makes me wonder if we're not seeing peak earnings.»
«I think the market needed to pause.»
«The main catalyst that people are looking at is tomorrow's jobs report. While there's a mix of many things going on in the market, the key thing to an economic recovery is jobs and income. That's why tomorrow's number is critical.»
«I think there is risk in the market. If there is weakening in the economy, then an earnings recovery gets pushed out further into 2002.»
«The (stocks) with the highest (price-to-earnings) take that news the hardest.»
«The market is responding very directly to interest rates as kind of a one-dimensional thing -- fearful of inflation and I think that either higher rates may catch this market in 1997, or the flip side, lower earnings.»
«It's going to be difficult for stocks in the short run. Now that interest rates have risen, there is going to be tremendous pressure on earnings. Without earnings, there is not going to be a catalyst for equity prices to go up.»