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 Steven Hyman - “For a university with global aspirations, it is critical that Harvard have a strong program on Islam that is worldwide and interdisciplinary in scope.”
 Barry Hyman - “The traditional year-end rally didn't happen this year and the 'January Effect' doesn't look like it's going to occur. This is just a wait-and-see market right now that will continue to be driven by important catalysts, whether geopolitical or earnings-based.”
 Barry Hyman - “I think you walk away this week feeling much more secure than you began the week.”
 Mark Hyman - “Our body's natural detoxification system is designed to support our health by eliminating waste products from our metabolism and from environmental toxins. Like any other hardworking system, it needs periodic rest and support to continue functioning optimally. This program will teach you how to rest and restore your body's natural detoxification abilities.”
 Eric Hyman - “Really what it all boils down to is (charging) 40 to go watch a Southeastern Conference football game reasonable I think in the marketplace if you compare us (to other schools) ... it's more than reasonable.”
 Barry Hyman - “The economy is already slowing down without the impact of that 50 basis point hike last month, and I think what you have to look at here is the ending of the interest rate cycle. The growth stocks are technology stocks. And at this time it's a very seasonal thing as well. We are coming to the end of the quarter, so you are going to just get the great stock into the portfolios and sell the weak ones.”
 Barry Hyman - “I think it's too late to be worried about where your tech stock is going to go from here. There are some opportunities out there and we are aware of the short-term problems in the marketplace with the Fed being aggressive. So, we're not looking for a very vigorous rally over the next one to three months. There will be trading rallies. But the investor, the small investor, the intermediate-to-long-term investor should use the summer time, which is seasonally weak for technology stocks, to start to accumulate an easier way into some of these great companies,”
 Eric Hyman - “Stability. I'm looking for stability. The key word that Craig said is shared vision. That's what we're excited about.”
 Barry Hyman - “You can't forget that there are geopolitical tensions in the world ... and the market takes on risk.”
 Barry Hyman - “The markets do not like global crises, whether they're political or economic. They do have ramifications in the world. Our export market may be hurt somewhat due to that.”
 Mark Hyman - “That's the most prestigious award you can probably get in any contest, ... They're the big mama and papa in the grilling world.”
 Barry Hyman - “That's going to dominate the market today until we get more information. A potential story like this from an OPEC producer brings up the worry that oil can spike to new highs very easily. We see the reaction in equities when oil goes higher. It stops equities in their tracks.”
 Barry Hyman - “Although there had been some worry that the usual year-end came early this year, I think the market is going to adhere to tradition, ... and we'll probably see the market continue to move up through the end of the week.”
 Barry Hyman - “Energy prices, which were lower, have turned up. I think we quickly came to the reality that a less-than-expected outcome from Hurricane Rita doesn't take away from the worse-than-expected outcome from Katrina.”
 Barry Hyman - “This is a continuation of last week's decline and it's picking up in intensity. There is little rotation as we see the commodity complexes taking a huge hit. It looks worse than it actually is, but still it will require a lot of work technically to right the damage.”
 Barry Hyman - “I do believe an investor shouldn't change their philosophy just because it's post-Fed, ... I think the aggressive, more short term oriented philosophy that has worked the first seven months of the year will still be the philosophy until that strategy is proven to be wrong.”
 Michael Hyman - “For the last two years, we've been in a rebuilding phase. We realized that ultimately people are not going to pay a membership fee if we're not going to serve them well.”
 Stan Hyman - “The scouts who have been looking at (Shore) for three years have been waiting for this, he's been hitting all his spots recently. This is his third promising showing in a row.”
 Stan Hyman - “We've finished second in the conference two years in a row, but to get over the hurdle you've got to be able to put runs on the board. We've played a lot of low-scoring ballgames and we didn't score early in a ballgame ... so we kept coming back late.”
 Stan Hyman - “(Yesterday) was just a case that we didn't get good starting pitching and it put us behind. We just couldn't get back into our offense.”
 Barry Hyman - “I still don't think we have the Fed out of the way. The Fed seemed to worry more on inflationary than longer-term risks to the economy, which was reacted to very quickly in the market yesterday. That story still lingers today, as well as another major hurricane that's ramping up energy costs.”
 Barry Hyman - “I still don't think we have the Fed out of the way, ... The Fed seemed to worry more on inflationary than longer-term risks to the economy, which was reacted to very quickly in the market yesterday. That story still lingers today, as well as another major hurricane that's ramping up energy costs.”
 Barry Hyman - “Traders are just lightening their positions a little bit. The holidays are compressing the activity and I think most of the (options) rolling over you saw yesterday.”
 Barry Hyman - “Today's market is comforting in that it's back a bit, but it just doesn't have the feel of yesterday having made a bottom.”
 Barry Hyman - “Profit taking will be key words today (Thursday) and over the next couple of weeks. The Fed's rate cut yesterday bodes well for the longer term but near term it is an excuse to take profits. Cisco's story is another excuse to take profits in technology.”

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