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 Fred Ketchen - “The price of gold has taken a jump. We'll see a bump in gold stocks on that.”
 Fred Ketchen - “There's no reason now not to proceed with conversion. The uncertainty hanging over the sector has been taken away.”
 Fred Ketchen - “Exxon doesn't set the price of oil. It's set by the laws of supply and demand. We better get used to the idea of paying more to heat our homes.”
 Fred Ketchen - “The market will look with some satisfaction on U.S. inflation numbers for August. If you remove gas and oil, they're tame.”
 Fred Ketchen - “The record commodities prices are going to be of continued interest and obviously some significant support for our market.”
 Fred Ketchen - “Dell started the whole thing off with their reiteration of where they thought their earnings and revenue are going to be in this quarter. That has certainly ignited a bit of enthusiasm, particularly on the technology side,”
 Fred Ketchen - “Who would have ever thought that Mama Bell would become a sexy lady ... But she suddenly is very, very sexy indeed and everybody wants to be in her sleigh.”
 Fred Ketchen - “At the moment, we are behaving differently than many other analysts thought we would be behaving - we're at the target of some of them for the year.”
 Fred Ketchen - “At one time the TSE was up 200 points, and you'd think all the worries were gone. All of a sudden late selling comes in,”
 Fred Ketchen - “The big thing here had to be Nortel. Any time Nortel loses C2.45, you know the effect that has on the index,”
 Fred Ketchen - “The big thing here had to be Nortel. Any time Nortel loses C2.45, you know the effect that has on the index.”
 Fred Ketchen - “We're getting a big push today from the price of gold, (and) they're chasing after any kind of mineral whether it be zinc, copper, lead, copper, aluminum - you name it.”
 Fred Ketchen - “Who knows I think it depends largely upon what they're able to do overnight. I think it depends largely upon what kind of volume we're going to see tomorrow.”
 Fred Ketchen - “The volatility of our market continues and I think there's still a lot of confusion as to where this market, at least in the short term, is going to travel.”
 Fred Ketchen - “The market is still nervous and directionless, and it is still looking for a reason to do one thing or the other. In the meantime, it does whatever it does to a modest degree and then breathes a sight of relief and says we got through that one without much trouble.”
 Fred Ketchen - “The market is still nervous and directionless, and it is still looking for a reason to do one thing or the other. In the meantime, it does whatever it does to a modest degree and then breathes a sight of relief and says we got through that one without much trouble,”
 Fred Ketchen - “If you look at the amount of trading that has been taking place over the last little while, I guess I can understand it and I can sympathize with the exchange. I know they're struggling.”
 Fred Ketchen - “I think that most people with some discerning capabilities will decide to wait until tomorrow and find out what Alan Greenspan has to say. That seems to be the overriding consideration on the market at the present time.”
 Fred Ketchen - “The overall sentiment in Toronto today was watch and see, wait and pick your spots and I think we'll continue to see that kind of thing along the way, ... This was a market that marked time, a market that keeps wanting to follow New York, follow the Dow.”
 Fred Ketchen - “The market has grown and people are more aware of wealth-generating opportunities and risks in the stock market, but (those are) risks they're comfortable to take, I guess.”
 Fred Ketchen - “This isn't a very convincing rally but nevertheless things have settled away. Not a whole lot of trade but things are looking a little more stable than they were yesterday,”
 Fred Ketchen - “The volatility in our market is a major factor that has to be considered. There was a nice rally toward the close, ... Maybe there's a lot of people who think these technology stocks have had such an erosion that perhaps it may be time to step in and buy a few of these things.”
 Fred Ketchen - “It's Friday, it's in the summertime, and a lot of this kind of stuff does go on during this period of time. People go away early on Friday and they don't come back until mid-Monday,”
 Fred Ketchen - “Maybe as the day goes on, we might find reason why there may be some optimism here but I think at the moment that may be more wishful thinking than reality.”
 Fred Ketchen - “It's a spotty market and it isn't totally convinced where it wants to be. It reacts almost instantaneously to news until all of a sudden you want to change your mind and go the other way.”

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