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Tim Ghriskey Quotes

It was another solid quarter by GE, in line with expectations and certainly optimistic about the outlook and environment playing into GE's strengths.
Tim Ghriskey
#Environment

It's taken a while to generate the real increase in trash levels that these companies benefit from. That's what we're finally seeing flow through here.
Tim Ghriskey
#Benefit

The jump in oil prices lifted shares in the whole energy sector. And we also had very strong confidence numbers, which helped support the rest of the market.
Tim Ghriskey
#Confidence

Clearly Delphi is under pressure here, and their threat (of bankruptcy) is a real threat. Their first order of business is to try to renegotiate some of those (union) deals and terms to ensure the viability of the U.S. business.
Tim Ghriskey
#Business

We might expect some initial weakness, but the markets have gotten used to the idea that terrorism is going to be with us for a certain amount of time, and the war on terrorism is going to take many years to win.
Tim Ghriskey
#Terrorism

Companies are beginning to tell the markets they are going to take a hit from both Katrina and higher oil prices. Demand for stocks in the short term may slow down.
Tim Ghriskey
#Beginning

Big positive surprise, especially in the face of the spike in oil prices in August. The guidance to a higher number for the year just shows that the core business is extremely strong and the company is confident that it continues to strengthen for the rest of the year.
Tim Ghriskey
#Guidance

The guidance to a higher number for the year just shows that the core business is extremely strong and the company is confident that it continues to strengthen for the rest of the year.
Tim Ghriskey
#Business

His speech was really focused on real estate. But then again if his comments cause some money to come out of the housing market and some money to come out of the credit market, where does it go? It probably goes into the equity market.
Tim Ghriskey
#Money

While it's certainly an industry issue, we believe Ericsson is having a hard time competing in networks against competition. That appears to have led to a major shake up at the top,
Tim Ghriskey
#Competition

Delphi is weighing on the whole automotive industry. More people want to move money out of that sector, and the situation is not going to get better any time soon.
Tim Ghriskey
#Money

[The results were] very impressive, especially given the market environment, ... Clearly the trading business made the quarter, helped by Spear Leeds, which obviously distorted it a little bit.
Tim Ghriskey
#Business

Technology stocks don't tend to do well in the summer. We could see that pattern repeat itself and technology could take the summer off and continue to drift down.
Tim Ghriskey
#Technology

I think there is a growing perception that the next move by the Fed could actually be to ease -- in other words, lower rates. Now, we're not going to see that certainly before the election, but we could see it late this year, early next year. I think as that perception might spread through the markets and become the consensus, we could actually see a rally in technology stocks,
Tim Ghriskey
#Perception

It's basically good fundamentals, good pipeline, solid companies, ... They're defensive. They're not impacted by the slowing economy. And these are some of the cheaper names out there.
Tim Ghriskey
#Economy

I'm definitely rooting for Detroit just because of that. You want to have any advantage you can.
Tim Ghriskey
#Advantage

It was an extremely strong quarter in a very difficult environment for the auto industry and really shows that the restructuring ... is on track.
Tim Ghriskey
#Environment

People are already reeling from high prices at the gas pump. I think they're going to be reeling even more from higher heating costs.
Tim Ghriskey
#People

The focus is always on retailers on Black Friday, and early speculation is that concerns about early retail spending are overblown and that we're going to see a reasonable holiday season.
Tim Ghriskey
#Focus

They are spending heavily to encourage future growth. They've got a lot of competition. Their competitive edge is their brand name and shopping experience.
Tim Ghriskey
#Competition

All the efforts have been made to boost sales. But we aren't seeing much evidence of it. Energy costs are high and are squeezing out other purchases.
Tim Ghriskey
#Energy

Companies are beginning to warn investors that despite this quarter's solid results, what comes ahead will not be so stellar,
Tim Ghriskey
#Beginning

GE's businesses are benefiting from the economic environment both domestically and internationally. But revenue did fall slightly below Wall Street's expectations, which is a bit of a disappointment.
Tim Ghriskey
#Environment

GE's businesses are benefiting from the economic environment, both domestically and internationally. But revenue did fall slightly below Wall Street's expectations, which is a bit of a disappointment.
Tim Ghriskey
#Environment

It is a stock that has the potential to disappoint.
Tim Ghriskey
#Potential

This is a company where management is still committed to spending earnings to stimulate future growth and market share. You are betting with management that their efforts are going to pay off. Is there any guarantee? No.
Tim Ghriskey
#Company

Earnings in 2006 will be influenced by a combination of higher rates, energy prices and perhaps even lower demand. The market is not excited with stocks right now.
Tim Ghriskey
#Energy

Its valuation means it's priced for perfection and perfection was not delivered this quarter.
Tim Ghriskey
#Perfection

When a company selling at this valuation and is this much of a Wall Street darling, and what we call a cult stock, misses earnings to the degree it missed here, the stock is really going to be hurt by it.
Tim Ghriskey
#Company

This is a competitive market. When a company selling at this valuation and is this much of a Wall Street darling, and what we call a cult stock, misses earnings to the degree it missed here, the stock is really going to be hurt by it.
Tim Ghriskey
#Company