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 James Awad - “You have to have a powerful earnings turn around this year to justify gains from current levels,”
 Jim Awad - “We've just come off a very big quarter and so we have to digest some of those gains.”
 Jim Awad - “There are questions as to whether the growth rate is sustainable.”
 Hadi Jawad - “This has gone absolutely way beyond our imagination or expectations ever.”
 James Awad - “Price-to-earnings ratios are high by historic standards, but the bulls would say that, given low interest rates, they're not too expensive. I think they're generally not convincingly cheap or expensive -- the key is to find individual stocks that are cheap.”
 Jim Awad - “If they raise 25 basis points and sound worried about inflation the market may get demoralized,”
 Jim Awad - “In terms of the Fed, the most favorable move from the market's point of view is if they raise interest rates by 25 basis points and keep the same language. If they raise 25 basis points and sound worried about inflation the market may get demoralized.”
 Jim Awad - “The stock market welcomed both the CPI report and the decline in oil prices. The Fed can't justify too many rate increases with mild inflation.”
 Jim Awad - “The productivity and labor costs reports abated pressures (over) rising interest rates from the Fed, which is giving a kick to the market. Also, the storm in the East wasn't so bad, so oil pressure isn't bad.”
 Jim Awad - “It's a tug of war between earnings and interest rates.”
 Jim Awad - “You started the day with some negative influences. The market was spooked by interest rates worldwide, and there was a very mixed reaction to Texas Instruments.”
 Jim Awad - “There's a tug of war between earnings and interest rates. Earnings are continuing to overwhelm the worries about interest rates.”
 James Awad - “I would urge people not to speculate in the Internet sector.”
 James Awad - “The comparable strength this afternoon says that if this is as bad as it gets, with the economy, with terrorism scares, then we can handle it.”
 Nihad Awad - “Three-quarters of the film links directly Islamic religious practices with terrorism.”
 James Awad - “We're going to go through a period where we find out what tech companies are really what they thought they were and which were hype.”
 James Awad - “The market has done better than I would have thought, ... You've got some signs that the economy is starting to stabilize -- it looks like the consumer is counteracting the negative effects of the capital spending slowdown in technology.”
 James Awad - “The market has done better than I would have thought. You've got some signs that the economy is starting to stabilize -- it looks like the consumer is counteracting the negative effects of the capital spending slowdown in technology.”
 James Awad - “The bias at this time of year should be up and, if it's not, it will be because of Southeast Asia.”
 James Awad - “Once the Russell 2000 starts to move because it is fundamentally more attractive, you'll see a lot of money chasing limited market capitalization stocks. You can get a very significant move in the Russell 2000 in a very short time and I would anticipate that happening starting very soon.”
 James Awad - “The best time in the stock market is when interest rates are low and earnings are poised to grow.”
 Nihad Awad - “We know we are racing against time, but we are very hopeful that our voices on behalf of US Muslims will be heard.”
 James Awad - “As long as we believe the economy's poised to recover, this is the best time for stocks.”
 James Awad - “This is a tactic. In the very short term, it will be highly positive for the markets. But what's gonna happen here is you're going to see a cat and mouse game between Bush and Iraq for some time.”
 Jim Awad - “The stock is selling around 15 with a 30-percent long-term growth rate, and 15 times earnings. It could double from here,”

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