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 Barry Hyman - “These last few days have been consolidation, off of a good employment report and almost six weeks of gains.”
 Barry Hyman - “The market is clearly divided right now. Those who are looking at 2005 expectations think we can see moderate stock gains, those who are looking out at 2006 are more concerned.”
 Barry Hyman - “A lot of the gains are due to the earnings story.”
 Eric Hyman - “We're coming closer to a resolution to this, and it will allow us to have 12 games. Ideally, like I've said, we'd like to play our traditional rivals the last game of the season.”
 Stan Hyman - “I don't really like the two-game series because in a three-game series I'm going to get more answers. Only playing two games, I'll get some answers this weekend but I won't get a lot because we really wanted all 12 pitchers to throw.”
 Stan Hyman - “We had good enough pitching that we should have won both games (on Sunday), but the could of, would of, should of window is getting old. We not only didn't hit with runners in scoring position but we struck out.”
 Barry Hyman - “Next week's retail sales numbers and inflation numbers are going to be some key statistics to give us a little bit more input into where the Fed stands.”
 Barry Hyman - “What you are seeing is the likelihood that interest rates will not go higher next week, making it easier to give these big cap growth stocks high valuations.”
 Richard Hyman - “There's quite a lot of promotional activity out there, more than last year. Retailers are desperate to maximize their footfall and recognize that in order to do that they need to give people a significant incentive to come into their stores.”
 Barry Hyman - “The reaction to the Fed minutes was very emotional, and it is still undecided whether 5 is the end. We look at gold and commodities. These are inflation indicators.”
 Barry Hyman - “The markets are really going to be determined by what the Fed has to say. We'll be looking for more definitive talk from the Federal government and (Alan) Greenspan to get some indication of what the Fed is really thinking.”
 Barry Hyman - “There's going to be this flip-flop next week and continually until we get through earnings season, going from earnings to worrying about the economic slowdown and what inflation brings so I think next week is going to be marked by that, ... We're getting to the point where the market needs good earnings. It needs to have a catalyst to get the growth sector moving again.”
 Barry Hyman - “There's going to be this flip-flop next week and continually until we get through earnings season, going from earnings to worrying about the economic slowdown and what inflation brings so I think next week is going to be marked by that. We're getting to the point where the market needs good earnings. It needs to have a catalyst to get the growth sector moving again.”
 Barry Hyman - “Global markets are the best investment at this point. The growth story developing globally is strong, the companies have better valuations, and the trend is doing well.”
 Barry Hyman - “We do think growth is going to be the place to be again,”
 Mark Hyman - “In all fairness to the auction companies most companies are not car experts, they are marketers. I caution buyers to make sure that they have done their homework before they raise their hand and not after.”
 Barry Hyman - “You will have to pay him on every can of paint, every carpet, every everything that goes into your house, ... He's betting on the next economic upswing again, and that's why Berkshire Hathaway has done extremely well. He's a very smart investor.”
 Leon Hyman - “They're fun. You see his great gift for humor and melody even at that age.”
 Barry Hyman - “I believe the Asian markets are stabilizing and if you look at the Japanese market, I think the market has put in a bottom in Japan as well and that cannot hurt the U.S. market in the intermediate term.”
 Mark Hyman - “Maple syrup can help you lose weight -- if you eat nothing else and don't have too much Otherwise, I agree that the whole idea is a little ridiculous.”
 Mark Hyman - “Is it (illegal) because there are some elements of this that may reflect poorly on John Kerry”
 Barry Hyman - “The market did improve with the housing data. Market trends day to day are really influenced by how the bonds have been trading. When the rates have gone up, equities have suffering, when rates have gone down, the market has been optimistic.”
 Richard Hyman - “We're in uncharted waters. This deflation is not cyclical. Our forecasts do not anticipate any major increase in retail price inflation ever again.”
 Barry Hyman - “The inflation story has been the ongoing story for the markets since the Fed raised rates at the September meeting.”
 Barry Hyman - “How the market interprets some of the earnings next week will be the broader focus. With the employment report out of the way and the inflation report due a ways away, the market will focus more specifically on companies.”

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