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Stocks fall sharply on more bad economic, earnings news

...below 8,000. "Investors' emotions continue to drive the market. ... All you see is negative news," said Thomas F. Lydon Jr., president of Global Trends Investments in Newport Beach, Calif., citing earnings warnings by Electronic Data...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/09/20/bus_353599.shtml
Business
Economic forecast sends stocks sliding

...accustomed to the fact that the economy is not going to grow at the same fast clip it did a few years ago," said Thomas F. Lydon Jr., the president of Global Trends Investments in Newport Beach, Calif. "This move, which is just a tenth of...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/06/09/bus_455455.shtml
Business
Stocks rise sharply on upbeat data

...challenging, but companies have done a good job of cutting costs. And, now it seems like the tide has turned," said Thomas F. Lydon Jr., president of Global Trends Investments in Newport Beach, Calif. The Dow closed up 165.26, or 2 percent...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/04/29/fin_371074.shtml
Finance
Stocks down in afternoon trading

...naysayers, who were anticipating big market declines in September and October and it hasn't come to pass yet," said Thomas F. Lydon Jr., president of Global Trends Investments in Newport Beach, Calif. "And here we are, nibbling on 52-week highs...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/10/09/fin_395513.shtml
Finance
Stocks rise following upbeat economic reports

...before Labor Day) usually is just dismally slow. Trying to make something exciting about this week is tough," said Thomas F. Lydon Jr., president of Global Trends Investments in Newport Beach, Calif. Thursday's biggest winner was the Nasdaq...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/08/29/fin_386673.shtml
Finance
Second-quarter warnings, earnings will test Wall Street's mettle

...America are running lean and mean right now," having cut operational costs and laid off thousands of workers, said Thomas F. Lydon Jr., president of Global Trends Investments in Newport Beach, Calif. "So, any type of move to the upside in terms...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/06/30/fin_379864.shtml
Finance
Cautious buyers focus on blue chips

...expectations. "Earnings season continues to be hot and cold. The market is having trouble getting traction," said Thomas F. Lydon Jr., president of Global Trends Investments in Newport Beach, Calif. Microsoft, a Dow stock, climbed 83 cents...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/04/20/bus_339483.shtml
Business
Of mutual interest

...encouraging to newer investors who are feeling skittish about the protracted slump in the economy and the market, said Thomas F. Lydon Jr., president of Global Trends Investments in Newport Beach, Calif. "If almost half invested in their first fund...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/11/19/bus_327721.shtml
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ETFs come of age, but aren't likely to replace mutual funds

...on in the fund industry, ETFs are a great option if you're looking to invest in an asset class quickly," said Thomas F. Lydon Jr., president of Global Trends Investments in Newport Beach, Calif. "ETFs offer great diversification quickly...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/02/08/fin_403837.shtml
Finance
Shares close mixed on first trading day of the new year

...The Nasdaq composite index rose 3.31, or 0.17 percent, to 2006.68 and was up 1.7 percent for the week. Thomas F. Lydon Jr., president of Global Trends Investments in Newport Beach, Calif., said the meandering market was a reflection...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/01/03/fin_399711.shtml
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