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Instead of being a new bull market starting, this is just an oversold bounce from the downtrend, ... The sharpest rallies occur in bear markets and right now, everybody is like a deer caught in the headlights.
Tony Dwyer
#Bounce

We've had a market where negative news on the economy and the corporate profit picture have dominated. Companies may have beaten lowered estimates, but we're expecting weak economic reports this week.
Tony Dwyer
#Economy

You would imagine that after a 19 percent gain in Nasdaq and after people thinking about it over the weekend, that they'd be out there selling. But it ain't happening.
Tony Dwyer
#People

There's a confidence in earnings that is offsetting the other trends. If $62 oil, a downgrade of GM and bombings in London can't derail the markets, what can?
Tony Dwyer
#Confidence

The Iraq news definitely was a positive. This morning, people were fearful of the ISM data, which came mostly in line. So stocks tracked higher on these developments.
Tony Dwyer
#Iraq

Instead of being a new bull market starting, this is just an oversold bounce from the downtrend. The sharpest rallies occur in bear markets and right now, everybody is like a deer caught in the headlights.
Tony Dwyer
#Bounce

We've gone from a psychology a month and a half ago that the economy is growing too quickly, and the Fed is going to have to raise rates, to we're going to go towards a recession because the economy's slowing too quickly. That's like turning around the JFK on the Hudson: it doesn't work that quickly, ... So you get fear coming into the market -- it just changes its nature. The fear was inflation. Now the fear is earnings. And it's going to end up somewhere in the middle. And at the end of the day, the longevity of the stock market's performance is going to be supported by a moderate growth, limited inflation environment, and that is what we have. It's not going to be robust growth -- 5.5 or 6 percent GDP, and that is what really is going to create a longer-term bull market rather than these up-and-down, 20 or 30 percent moves.
Tony Dwyer
#Economy

Technology should fare real well, given all the business being done on the Internet right now. Those subject to the Internet, like a Sun Microsystems, those type of companies should have excellent earnings,
Tony Dwyer
#Business

Technology should fare real well, given all the business being done on the Internet right now. Those subject to the Internet, like a Sun Microsystems, those type of companies should have excellent earnings.
Tony Dwyer
#Business

Nobody can figure out what's going to happen with the market -- they're all guessing, ... Let's say CNN or Fox or MSNBC brings up a picture of a GI in a bad situation. The market takes a dip. Is that a fundamental or a technical move? No, it's a war-driven, live-video stream move, which means it's totally unpredictable.
Tony Dwyer
#CNN

Nobody can figure out what's going to happen with the market -- they're all guessing. Let's say CNN or Fox or MSNBC brings up a picture of a GI in a bad situation. The market takes a dip. Is that a fundamental or a technical move? No, it's a war-driven, live-video stream move, which means it's totally unpredictable.
Tony Dwyer
#CNN

Instead of worrying about this quarter's earnings and the rate hike, let's look at 1998 now, ... Let's see what the kind of earnings we can have then. If there's no inflation in moderate growth, those numbers could come in very good, and the market can continue upwards.
Tony Dwyer
#Earnings

Instead of worrying about this quarter's earnings and the rate hike, let's look at 1998 now. Let's see what the kind of earnings we can have then. If there's no inflation in moderate growth, those numbers could come in very good, and the market can continue upwards.
Tony Dwyer
#Earnings

I think we are headed higher over time. I think people should use any pullback as a buying opportunity.
Tony Dwyer
#Opportunity

Nothing for the time being suggests more than a moderate pace of rate hikes. There is a bit if nervousness out there. The other thing is that the market has had a good run and this is a normal pullback with a little bit of profit taking going on.
Tony Dwyer
#Nervousness

There's a confidence in earnings that is offsetting the other trends,
Tony Dwyer
#Confidence #Earnings

They've taken some of these stocks down to really low valuation levels in tech and telecom and the leaders are going to come out ahead of the game, ... This is an opportunistic environment for any of those companies that have cash and are looking to acquire technology.
Tony Dwyer
#Game #Stocks

They supply almost all the largest telecom companies in the world with some of the backbone products for voice messaging and things of that nature, ... This stock has surprised analysts -- met or exceeded analyst expectations for 20 straight quarters.
Tony Dwyer
#Stock

Our theory in the Internet is buy the street, not the store, ... We'd rather own the street instead of just an individual store on the street. And Earthlink certainly fits that bill. And again, relative to the other stocks, it's the cheapest in the group.
Tony Dwyer
#Stocks

These numbers look pretty good. The problem with the group as a whole is that we have signs of a slowdown in the economy, and they are acting like consumers are never going to spend another dollar.
Tony Dwyer
#Economy #Slowdown #Consumers #Signs

We've gone from a psychology a month and a half ago that the economy is growing too quickly, and the Fed is going to have to raise rates, to we're going to go towards a recession because the economy's slowing too quickly. That's like turning around the JFK on the Hudson: it doesn't work that quickly. So you get fear coming into the market -- it just changes its nature. The fear was inflation. Now the fear is earnings. And it's going to end up somewhere in the middle. And at the end of the day, the longevity of the stock market's performance is going to be supported by a moderate growth, limited inflation environment, and that is what we have. It's not going to be robust growth -- 5.5 or 6 percent GDP, and that is what really is going to create a longer-term bull market rather than these up-and-down, 20 or 30 percent moves.
Tony Dwyer
#Stock Market #Psychology #Recession #Longevity #Inflation