15 Total Quotes

Ed Yardeni Quotes

[Investors should keep that experience of 1999 and early 2000 in mind when looking at the model.] The model is not a market timing tool, ... Stocks could stay undervalued for a while.
Ed Yardeni
#Experience

When fixed-income investors conclude that the central bank isn't going to raise rates any time soon, ... there tends to be a convergence of rates.
Ed Yardeni
#Income

The surprises should be on the upside. It all adds up to very good fourth-quarter numbers.
Ed Yardeni
#Surprises

Earnings are still going to grow as interest rates and inflation remain low.
Ed Yardeni
#Inflation

For two years, we've seen this tremendous increase in prices, yet the core inflation rate has stayed at 2.3 percent or less, and the only explanation for that is globalization means inflation is contained.
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#Inflation

These people could be in some serious trouble.
Ed Yardeni
#People

There could be a severe recession. That doesn't mean there won't be life on the planet Earth in the year 2000, 2001 and beyond.
Ed Yardeni
#Earth

the government is one of the choke points in the year 2000 problem. It's one of the areas where we could have disruptions that could in fact produce a recession.
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#Government

If Y2K is a disaster it will be a global one, not a local one,
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#Disaster

After rounding up all the usual bearish suspects to blame for the market's disappointing performance this year, I've narrowed the problem to the price of oil, ... Investors fear that higher energy costs must eventually depress earnings growth.
Ed Yardeni
#Performance

Earnings will recover and valuation multiples, which got crushed, will get back to where they were at the beginning of the year,
Ed Yardeni
#Beginning

Earnings will recover and valuation multiples, which got crushed, will get back to where they were at the beginning of the year.
Ed Yardeni
#Beginning

After rounding up all the usual bearish suspects to blame for the market's disappointing performance this year, I've narrowed the problem to the price of oil. Investors fear that higher energy costs must eventually depress earnings growth.
Ed Yardeni
#Performance

Because of competitive pressures, it is difficult to raise prices. Companies have to raise their productivity, which keeps inflation down.
Ed Yardeni
#Inflation

The actual end users, the businesses that actually need these commodities, are discovering that they are making more money by accumulating inventory than turning it into products. It's sort of creating a panic-buying situation, scrambling to hoard.
Ed Yardeni
#Money