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 Tobias Levkovich - “Tech captures the imagination, more so than talking about auto build rates.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “Over time, specific industry fundamentals are far more important than election results.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “We think most investors already seem to expect a Bush victory. Consequently, we infer that a Bush victory would be somewhat anti-climactic.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “The two primary factors that held up the market were the Fed raising rates ... and that energy prices were far more excitable than people had anticipated.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “If people we're really trying to manipulate earnings you would think they would have done a better job.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “Look at some of the targets these people had, ... They don't carry any weight anymore.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “Our overall 2006 bullishness remains intact, as an attractive buying opportunity is being set up.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “There could be a hiccup at the beginning of the year, but we would look at that as a buying opportunity.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “Tech has been the biggest factor behind the latest bull run, so the fact that stocks are down seems fairly reasonable. I hesitate to sit back and say this a great buying opportunity.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “The Fed has worked too hard to reinvigorate the economy after a series of shocks, in our opinion, to drive everything back down.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “The Fed has worked too hard to reinvigorate the economy after a series of shocks, in our opinion, to drive everything back down,”
 Tobias Levkovich - “That, in our opinion, probably suggests we're close to the bottom.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “To a degree, the Japanese market has been marching to its own drummer for a number of years due to its economic difficulties.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “the next phase of difficult news for tech stocks to digest over the next few months.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “It seems as if we have re-entered the bizarre world in which every piece of news must be interpreted as being bad for equity investors.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “You can see the fad, and know it's just a matter of time until it blows up. When people get worried, they will want the safety of U.S. equities.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “McManus has been right, but so what ... You have forces at work that don't have anything to do with strategy. In an environment where everybody is losing money, this directional stuff isn't that important. People are playing a lot of defense.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “In a strange way, the skeptics are keeping us bullish. When they concede defeat, there will no longer be a 'wall of worry' to surmount.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “Any policies that reduce the benefits of moving to low-cost locations could hurt profits by triggering inflation risk and possibly slowing global growth.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “If everything breaks right, our forecasts could prove to be too conservative.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “This is a company that can do well in a good economy, and do well in a so-so economy. It's not isolated to a single sector like so many of these tech companies that struggle because their sector slows down.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “Within the capital spending sensitive Information Technology arena, the lack of follow through to even higher levels of growth has been very disappointing to the investment community. Yet, one needs to recognize that tech spending has been coming back for almost two years now and is not only now emerging from a long slumber, as many seem to think,”
 Tobias Levkovich - “If Bush wins, the price control scare hanging over managed care companies and drug makers would be lifted.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “The investment community currently seems to be gleaning more of its market insight from the headlines scrolling across CNN and Fox news Channel than from underlying business fundamentals.”
 Tobias Levkovich - “The investment community currently seems to be gleaning more of its market insight from the headlines scrolling across CNN and Fox news Channel than from underlying business fundamentals,”

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