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 Angel Mata - “One of the things the market wants to see is that the Fed is finished raising interest rates.”
 Angel Mata - “If you have an unsound piece of wood, be it from moisture damage or just from excessive water laying up against the structure you want to take into account and start making notes and start looking into it.”
 Angel Mata - “We had a pretty dramatic sell-off yesterday, so it's to be expected that you are going to get some type of 'dead cat' bounce in this market. GDP numbers are helping somewhat, but it was pretty much in line.”
 Angel Mata - “It seems AIG surprised everyone on the heels of news that Chubb reported a complicated quarter. The market doesn't want to hear any bad news right now, and it's giving people reason to sell.”
 Angel Mata - “It seems AIG surprised everyone on the heels of news that Chubb reported a complicated quarter, ... The market doesn't want to hear any bad news right now, and it's giving people reason to sell.”
 Angel Mata - “Traders today say current market concerns supersede any potential interest in the hemline theory. Personally, I'd like to see women naked but short skirts are good, too, ... But seriously, in any other period, people on Wall Street would be talking about this fashion trend. But it's the last thing on their minds right now.”
 Angel Mata - “We had a pretty dramatic sell-off yesterday, so it's to be expected that you are going to get some type of 'dead cat' bounce in this market. GDP numbers are helping somewhat, but it was pretty much in line,”
 Angel Mata - “Retail sales weren't disappointing but they weren't unbelievable, ... A lot of people are waiting on Thursday and Friday to see if we are in fact turning the corner here and the economy is heading in the right direction.”
 Angel Mata - “The question is, 'How long will it take to rebuild confidence'”
 Angel Mata - “This is like the perfect storm, with all these negative factors coming together at once.”
 Angel Mata - “Everybody was expecting this hurricane to be one of biblical proportions and that oil prices were going to climb sharply. As the storm weakened, oil prices retreated and demand for stocks rebounded.”
 Angel Mata - “Really there's no news that would account for the lift,”
 Angel Mata - “There's more of a mentality to buy on weakness.”
 Angel Mata - “We've had some pretty good gains in a lot of sectors lately that need to be adjusted. The encouraging thing is we're not seeing a lot of volume, so there aren't a lot of sellers out there.”
 Angel Mata - “It's two outs, bottom of the ninth -- he's gotta come through. He has to come up with something definite and substantial. Anything less than that will be taken as a negative by the market.”
 Angel Mata - “If they are having a hard time getting paid by their customers, what does that say about the rest of the industry”
 Angel Mata - “The president only has so much influence over the economy and legislation.”
 Angel Mata - “We're seeing better earnings, and that's making people more enthusiastic. But programs have been skewed to the buy side. To be honest, this is probably not sustainable.”
 Angel Mata - “There are a lot of mixed signals right now. Some of the negative tone has to do with the fact that we're starting to see more human casualties. There's a weight on the market that this is getting really messy. People aren't used to this kind of war.”
 Angel Mata - “If it's down a lot (people are investing in it). Everyone says this can't be sustained, but that's what fuels the markets.”
 Angel Mata - “Historically, you can't have an up market without banks leading the way. Today it's an earnings rally again led by the banks.”
 Angel Mata - “There are a lot of bad things happening right now in the Bush White House. Obviously, leadership at the highest level is very important to investors feeling comfortable about making investment decisions. This is probably the darkest or the lowest point in the Bush presidency.”
 Angel Mata - “The banks didn't do well after the dismal news from Bank of New York. Significant weakness in that sector also hurt the broader market,”
 Angel Mata - “The market's digesting the recent gains. Investors want to see what the market's going to do. Absent of big news, I don't think the market does anything but go sideways here.”