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 Peter Cardillo - “There are some slight movements in technology stocks with sporadic gains, but nothing to write home about,”
 Peter Cardillo - “There are some slight movements in technology stocks with sporadic gains, but nothing to write home about.”
 Peter Cardillo - “Mr. Greenspan's comments support equity gains, ... And investors may have turned around their view of Intel.”
 Peter Cardillo - “Obviously, we are not going to see some substantial gains, but I think we will be able to retrace some of these losses by the end of the week.”
 Peter Cardillo - “We've made some nice gains for the year, and now we're consolidating near the highs,”
 Peter Cardillo - “The first batch of economic numbers for the day matched expectations. Core inflation isn't yet a real problem. After yesterday's over-exaggerated decline, these numbers still show economic growth and may help give us a rebound.”
 Peter Cardillo - “Oil prices have backed over 22 here. And I kind of think that this is what is probably going to give a bumpy ride for the next several week to the bond market.”
 Peter Cardillo - “This market just won't give up some old habits.”
 Peter Cardillo - “If we see any upward revision (in unit labor costs) that would give the Fed reason not to pause.”
 Peter Cardillo - “The market is playing follow the leader. Oil is higher now but not affecting things, but if the price shoots above 75 a barrel it will weigh on us. It's not about earnings anymore and something has to give, and at this rate it looks like it may be equities.”
 Peter Cardillo - “Some of the good earnings reports and good guidance are reversing market psychology. In general, we're probably heading for a good earnings season.”
 Peter Cardillo - “The market will continue to be supported by the good earnings we've had and by the options expiration we're seeing but certainly we're nearing some day of reckoning.”
 Peter Cardillo - “The market opened higher, after some good economic numbers. However, we're seeing a pullback due partly to volume being lighter than usual.”
 Peter Cardillo - “These stocks are the forgotten group -- they continue to stay dormant and move lower, but they actually become a good buy,”
 Peter Cardillo - “A good portfolio should be a mixture of sectors -- I don't see any one sector being hot again, ... I would favor more tech and telecom because when they do come back, they'll come back very strong because they got clobbered the most.”
 Peter Cardillo - “what happened was a good thing. It created new opportunities. I found very little panic among small investors.”
 Peter Cardillo - “Investors should be out there, picking up some stocks that are trading near their lows or have bounced off their lows and I think that have good futures. And among them ATT ( T Research , Estimates ) -- their wireless division came in on target, 25, 30 percent growth, and I think that's what is going to carry them. Stock is hovering around their lows here. I think it's a 'great buy.' And I think in the next market rally, that the stock will have a nice bounce.”
 Peter Cardillo - “What the market is telling us is that's it's discounting solid economic growth over the next quarter, ... I think the market can over the next month or so approach the highs we hit last year.”
 Peter Cardillo - “We had a little surprise with the Bush announcement right away and that gave us a little hope, but the market is still faced with all the same problems that have hurt us for weeks,”
 Peter Cardillo - “Basically it's a buyers' strike and it's a market of individual stocks rather than the market as a whole.”
 Peter Cardillo - “You see some individual companies reporting disasters while others are beating street expectations. So that's positive. That shows that the rut in that particular group is probably coming to an end.”
 Peter Cardillo - “The market now is trying to stabilize after having discounted higher inflation and interest rates and what most likely will be murky fourth-quarter outlooks,”
 Peter Cardillo - “The market now is trying to stabilize after having discounted higher inflation and interest rates and what most likely will be murky fourth-quarter outlooks.”
 Peter Cardillo - “Inflation will stay low. Interest rates will turn lower. Corporate earnings will continue to grow. And I think we can see the Dow by the first quarter of 1999 above 10,000.”
 Peter Cardillo - “As long as there is no inflation this is extremely good for the financial markets and also for the bond market. What we saw a couple of weeks ago was a backup due to technical factors rather than any fundamental changes.”

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