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 Joe Cangemi - “It continues to give a negative feeling that the story is an off-again story. It's been difficult, but the stocks have been volatile and institutions have been moving money in and out.”
 Janet Cangemi - “You need that much sunlight for optimum plant growth.”
 Janet Cangemi - “If you don't have both water and sunlight adequately, you're almost positively going to fail.”
 Janet Cangemi - “When people do think about it is when the warm weather hits and it's too late. But it's not too late right now.”
 Joe Cangemi - “They put a Band-Aid on it yesterday. You've got to let that do some work.”
 Joe Cangemi - “That, psychologically, could have been a reason for the (big stock market) move this morning.”
 Joe Cangemi - “The big surprise tomorrow (Wednesday) would be if they do nothing, but it's not going to make a matter of difference here in terms of your investment goals.”
 Joe Cangemi - “I think the positive tone has been reinforced this week. Going forward into next week, there's no doubt traders are starting to anticipate that the second half of the year is going to start to be a positive building point.”
 Joe Cangemi - “There's been a sense of complacency in the market all week. It's very difficult to read too much into this week's activity given the condition we're in right now. The morning's unemployment number wasn't encouraging. It shows the economic recovery is not very strong.”
 Joe Cangemi - “You get the feeling people would like to follow through, but there's no conviction. We're in a range here. It's a mixed bag. We need to see a clear bottom before we can really move on.”
 Joe Cangemi - “I don't think you're going to see an aggressive marketplace, but there's no doubt that the second half of the year is going to be much more successful than the first half. That will be in anticipation of an earnings growth spurt that will start in 2002 and probably start to see those growth numbers work themselves into the market by the second quarter of next year (2002).”