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Al Goldman Quotes

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.
Al Goldman
#Believe

The market is going to take a pause to refresh,
Al Goldman
#Market

The productivity number came in better than expected and there were fewer jobless claims than forecast.
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#Productivity

The performance of the major stock averages didn't make anyone happy in 2005. But when you consider what the markets had to contend with, treading water is not so bad.
Al Goldman
#Performance

When bull markets and economies start putting on some age, the bigger-name defensive growth stocks get more attention.
Al Goldman
#Age And Aging

People are beginning to feel like the boat is leaving the dock -- there is a lot of money on the sidelines, ... The bottom line is we are transitioning from a bear mood to a bull mood, but it doesn't go straight up. Bear markets stink, but it creates very good opportunities for intermediate to long-term investors.
Al Goldman
#Beginning

The market has been trying to adjust to signs of a slowing economy and a deceleration in the growth of earnings, not a deterioration a deceleration, ... We were doing better until the election snafu came along and gave a just recovering patient a relapse.
Al Goldman
#Economy

Pfizer's a great company, great track record. The economy is slowing, so I think money is going to see defensive growth stocks like the pharmaceuticals and I really don't care what Al Gore thinks about supposedly big drug companies. We're going to have gridlock in Washington and there's not going to be any radical legislation no matter who is in the White House.
Al Goldman
#Company

The economy is growing at a reduced but healthier pace. We don't anticipate any inflation problems, and corporate earnings are going up, up and away. So, yes, we're still bullish,
Al Goldman
#Economy

The economy is growing at a reduced but healthier pace. We don't anticipate any inflation problems, and corporate earnings are going up, up and away. So, yes, we're still bullish.
Al Goldman
#Economy

We've had a strong economy for four years now and no inflation, so I don't see inflation as a problem, ... The market went into the tank early today because the message was our correction just wasn't over yet and then, of course, pressure from the techs.
Al Goldman
#Economy

We've had a strong economy for four years now and no inflation, so I don't see inflation as a problem. The market went into the tank early today because the message was our correction just wasn't over yet and then, of course, pressure from the techs.
Al Goldman
#Economy

The long-term trend for the economy and the market remains bullish.
Al Goldman
#Economy

We do have preconditions in place for that turnaround in sentiment.
Al Goldman
#Sentiment

People are beginning to feel like the boat is leaving the dock -- there is a lot of money on the sidelines. The bottom line is we are transitioning from a bear mood to a bull mood, but it doesn't go straight up. Bear markets stink, but it creates very good opportunities for intermediate to long-term investors.
Al Goldman
#Beginning

We are in a market that is momentum driven with money chasing a few stocks, particularly Internets and high-techs.
Al Goldman
#Money

Action was impressive in the face of the continuing uncertainty in Iran, higher oil prices, and the Palestinian election results.
Al Goldman
#Action

The Fed sounded a bit less certain about the need for future rate hikes, saying further policy firming 'may' be needed.
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#Future

And the Fed is in business for one reason only, and that is to try and control inflation.
Al Goldman
#Business

This jobs report is what's hitting the market.
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#Jobs

Two emotions rule the stock market ? one is greed and one is fear. In March 2000, greed was extreme, the market was at record highs and people were yelling 'where has this gain been all my life?' But by February, early March of this year (2001), fear had reached a an extremely high level, reaching a crescendo on March 22.
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#Emotions

The fundamental news and the inflation news remain quite positive. We had that big six-week rally in October. Stocks at this exact moment just don't seem ready to stop this correction.
Al Goldman
#Inflation

We still have a lot of problems on our plate. No matter who's president we still have Iraq, we still have high-priced oil, we still have the war on terrorism.
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#Iraq

IBM ( IBM : Research , Estimates ) is a very well-managed company, it looks to us like the shares have made a bottom, that the short-term trend is improving, that momentum is improving. And the company has had some disappointing comments to make. But that's already in the price of the stock. And the stock is down some 40-ish percent from its high, and very well managed.
Al Goldman
#Company

What has been going on is a very sharp reaction to a slowing economy.
Al Goldman
#Economy

My feeling is the economy is going to slow, either on its own or by the Fed. If you think interest rates are going to be raised steadily, that's not good for anybody, but a modest increase does not hurt technology.
Al Goldman
#Economy

We had a very big celebration yesterday but there is still a lot of fear in the market. We got above 11,000 and now we're retesting it in a very normal pause to refresh.
Al Goldman
#Fear

The mood in the market is one of a high level of caution. When you get some selling coming in, it's almost like a chain reaction -- it builds on itself.
Al Goldman
#Caution

The report was a sign that the Federal Reserve may not need to increase interest rates as high.
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#Interest

We are in a state of semi-panic in the markets. A lot of irrational depression and a lot of irrational selling is going on.
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#Depression