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 Barry Hyman - “The CPI will still have an influence on the Fed meeting, ... You are in a bear market in technology stocks and you'll have to accept that. You're not going to get anything significant until the second half of the year.”
 Barry Hyman - “The CPI will still have an influence on the Fed meeting. You are in a bear market in technology stocks and you'll have to accept that. You're not going to get anything significant until the second half of the year.”
 Barry Hyman - “The 10-year bond looks like it's headed higher, so I think the feeling is starting to pervade Wall Street that economy's fine and interest rates are heading higher. But the market has (also) been choppy and struggling with some key technical levels.”
 Barry Hyman - “I think we are just mired in interest-rate concerns until we get some clarity on rates.”
 Barry Hyman - “The financial stocks, which could be a good indication of interest rate sentiment, are up. You want to see the real interest rate sensitive stocks participate.”
 Barry Hyman - “It is quite astounding. One week revenue-based companies are forbidden (psychologically) from investors' minds and one week later, as interest rate (fears) return, technology (stock) is the place to be because they are less affected.”
 Barry Hyman - “A lot of money left the sector last week over concerns that valuations were just too high. But there's still a lot of interest in technology.”
 Barry Hyman - “The market gets extremely concerned on (long-term) interest rates when they get above 6 percent.”
 Barry Hyman - “Greenspan's commentary sure indicated there is more than one interest-rate hike to come, and that's not what the market wanted to hear,”
 Barry Hyman - “Greenspan's commentary sure indicated there is more than one interest-rate hike to come, and that's not what the market wanted to hear.”
 Barry Hyman - “I think the Federal Reserve Board acted properly and left the window open for lower interest rates, which will please the market.”
 Barry Hyman - “You have to ignore that because they're of course going to be bad, ... You have to look at earnings potential, and cyclicality stocks, I'll go for International Paper.”
 Barry Hyman - “Right now, it's a search for names, just like it was in the Internet sector, where you started with the big-cap ones and then you went to the smaller- cap ones,”
 Leon Hyman - “He's the quintessential interpreter of Irish songs.”
 Barry Hyman - “We have an aggressive Fed and an aggressive Justice Department thinking perhaps that all things technological, that have a dominant share of the market, could be considered anti-competitive.”
 Barry Hyman - “I don't think we're going to buck the September trend, and I don't think we'll see a big sell-off. I think we'll see some rallying through the next week, and then a small pullback after that in late September, judging by the cycle the market has been going in.”
 Barry Hyman - “Since I filed an extension and probably will be late getting it, I will probably just go spend it. Nothing special, I would just say probably some jewelry for my spouse.”
 Barry Hyman - “Anything goes this week. You had a great week last week and it shows there were buyers willing to come in just on the thought of stabilization.”
 Eric Hyman - “We'll go out and ride bikes after you practice. You'll have a hard time keeping up with me. But I'll put training wheels on your bike.”
 Stan Hyman - “We want to play this series one game at a time, really roll the dice and possibly go after it. Possibly, I may even move (senior shortstoppitcher Ryan) Schmidgall to Game 3 starter.”
 Mark Hyman - “Our goal here is to get John Kerry to sit down and talk with these guys. Get a chance to tell them why he branded them as war criminals, why he accused them of committing war-time atrocities,”
 Barry Hyman - “It's time to start anticipating a recovery. Buy on weakness and look at tech because I think there will be some good stories later in the year the time to be fearful of another major drop in the market is just not there.”
 Barry Hyman - “At the same time, there is this increased market volatility that exaggerates these swings.”
 Barry Hyman - “This is a time to be very diversified and avoid taking chances. Sometimes being a spectator is not a bad idea.”
 Barry Hyman - “I would characterize this as a correction long in coming. We're coming off of this tremendous run, plus you've got oil prices near all-time highs and the prospect of higher interest rates through the end of the year, and so you're seeing some profit taking.”

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