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 Timothy Ghriskey - “Yet again we're seeing relative strength in the technology sector and we've really seen this for about a week. Big Tech is leading the market and that's a good sign for that sector.”
 Timothy Ghriskey - “If anything that this year has proved to investor or should have proved to investors is don't bet on just one sector of the market even if it is technology with that great growth,”
 Timothy Ghriskey - “the investment banks and economists may come out and lower second-half gross domestic product growth forecasts.”
 Tim Ghriskey - “There are a lot of investors we find who are hanging on to technology stocks with the hope that they're going to rebound, and that's still a very dangerous thing. We really need the capitulation of those investors. So we still could see more downside on the Nasdaq and in technology.”
 Timothy Ghriskey - “So the message here, spread your investments around, ... If you've gotten hurt this year in technology, learn from that and diversify your investments.”
 Tim Ghriskey - “Delphi is weighing on the whole automotive industry,”
 Timothy Ghriskey - “Oil continues to be a big influence on the market, and the Fed is as well. As inflation goes, so goes the Fed.”
 Tim Ghriskey - “The stock market is a forward-looking beast, and that's why we are seeing futures dip lower even amid some very strong reports, such as the ones from financial institutions.”
 Timothy Ghriskey - “The pall of interest rates continues to hang over the market.”
 Timothy Ghriskey - “There's been this dramatic rise in interest rates recently, and it's sent a shiver through the market.”
 Timothy Ghriskey - “What our economist thinks at this point is that we have probably seen the last of interest rate hikes by the Fed, which could be a positive thing for the transportation sector,”
 Timothy Ghriskey - “The brokerage earnings are by far the toughest to predict, because so much depends on how their internal investment performance was.”
 Timothy Ghriskey - “You're seeing a little relief buying after the pressure of the last three days. There was a lot of selling on the speculation about Rita, but now that it's getting closer to where it's expected to hit land, there's a backing off.”
 Tim Ghriskey - “The drop in oil prices is definitely positive for stocks. It takes some of the pressure off the markets, even if it is only for a short period of time.”
 Timothy Ghriskey - “I think the August Fed meeting is a big overhang. And certainly the direction from that meeting will influence where the market goes. We could get into a bit of a summer doldrums here with August looming, from vacation time and all of that,”
 Timothy Ghriskey - “The talk is that the Fed is going to be getting more aggressive soon, and may start raising rates by 50 basis points at a time. It's not going to happen this time, because (Fed Chairman) Alan Greenspan knows he needs to prepare the market for this in advance.”
 Timothy Ghriskey - “I think any time OPEC meets it has an impact, although OPEC doesn't have the same effect on the stock market it once did.”
 Timothy Ghriskey - “Oil is likely to stay in the 40's and that is likely to result in a flat stock market for the time being. Unless crude can break out of that range, I think we're likely to see sideways trading.”
 Timothy Ghriskey - “Oil is likely to stay in the 40's and that is likely to result in a flat stock market for the time being, ... Unless crude can break out of that range, I think we're likely to see sideways trading.”
 Timothy Ghriskey - “I think any time OPEC meets it has an impact, although OPEC doesn't have the same effect on the stock market it once did,”
 Tim Ghriskey - “Even though this was a well-anticipated reversal... the market still has reacted positively to the ruling in pushing up tobacco stocks, because this removes yet another legal impediment to the survival of the industry.”
 Tim Ghriskey - “The tobacco lawsuit being settled -- that's obviously impacting tobacco stocks.”
 Tim Ghriskey - “This should lead to a positive tone to the start of the market today and to the outlook for industrial earnings.”
 Tim Ghriskey - “This lends a positive tone to tomorrow's opening, as well as crude being down significantly today.”
 Timothy Ghriskey - “Markets don't go straight up, nor should they. What we're seeing today is very necessary. You want to see a series of small ups and smaller downs, with new investors coming back in and buying the dips. This period of selling is nothing more sinister than that.”

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