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 Al Goldman - “Investors will be focusing on Iran and any developments there, as it might have implications on the price of oil, and of course, the future of the world.”
 Al Goldman - “After four days of selling, a giveback of about half of the gains of the first seven days of the new year and a big increase in gloom, we look for a rally attempt.”
 Steven Goldman - “They can take the players they're given and by deploying them in a clever way, swing the pennant race not by 10-20 games but by a few games.”
 Richard Goldman - “Why give them money earlier than you have to”
 Al Goldman - “The bears just won't give and I love having bears out there. It keeps the market somewhat healthy.”
 Brandon Goldman - “When I touched the wall and looked at the scoreboard, I knew I had the record. It was amazing. I threw my arm up in the air and started screaming. I can't believe I actually broke the record. Pearson was one of the best swimmers to leave the Florida Gold Coast.”
 Al Goldman - “The market is ignoring the price of oil, Iran and the price of gold at the moment. Investors are focusing on the good and ignoring the bad. Lately, that hasn't been the case. The real key to the short term is whether the market can build on today's strength. I'm optimistic but nervous.”
 Al Goldman - “We sense that the sell-off is behind us and the market has the preconditions in place for a pretty good year-end rally, ... It's not going to be fabulous because we've already done an awful lot since Sept. 11.”
 Al Goldman - “We sense that the sell-off is behind us and the market has the preconditions in place for a pretty good year-end rally. It's not going to be fabulous because we've already done an awful lot since Sept. 11.”
 Lisa Goldman - “The Iranian government is setting a tone that clearly does not reflect the view of most young Iranians.”
 Steve Goldman - “It was a frenzy that got out of hand, ... The certifications calmed things down.”
 Steve Goldman - “It was a frenzy that got out of hand. The certifications calmed things down.”
 Patti Goldman - “There's been very little progress, and plenty of harm done.”
 Al Goldman - “The possessed kid in 'The Exorcist,' whose head spins around.”
 Al Goldman - “The bottom line is the market ran too far too fast, and we have to remove the excesses. Believe it or not, although corrections are no fun, they do improve the health of the long-term bull market.”
 Steve Goldman - “Overseas markets are up strongly and the SP 500 is trying to rally. So I hope bond yields don't get carried away and cause further risk to stock prices.”
 Eric Goldman - “Some competitive keyword ad buys currently being made will be eliminated because the competitors (or search engines) decide those purchases are too risky. Stock valuations of relevant industry players should adjust downward accordingly.”
 Alfred Goldman - “The market is responding to strong economic fundamentals -- there is no inflation and there is the awareness that the Asian contagion won't cripple us.”
 Steven Goldman - “He was a solid journeyman ballplayer. He was also an intelligent player.”
 Sheldon Goldman - “I suspect that Leahy and the Democrats' position is strategic to defuse Republican charges that this is strict partisanship - that interest groups are controlling the show.”
 Al Goldman - “The market hates surprises. But we believe the odds substantially favor that the Fed will not raise interest rates next week, and that the market will take that as some degree of relief, unless they say something nasty. But basically we think we're into a good summer rally.”
 Al Goldman - “The report was a sign that the Federal Reserve may not need to increase interest rates as high.”
 Al Goldman - “It depends totally on their investment objective.”
 Mark Goldman - “If the county chooses to stay with the status quo, the new jail needs to be about 25 percent bigger. It is important to look at this seriously because interventions are always cheaper than incarceration.”
 Peter Goldman - “Everyone knew it was biologically questionable to shift all the recovery to federal land. The state's never done its share, and now we're really in a panic mode. ... It's not just about the owl. It's about broken promises.”

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