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    View from the North Country

    June 02, 1986 BY Steve Leuthold

    The rank and file in unions are becoming increasingly restless and dissatisfied with national union leadership. This could lead to more strikes, maverick unions, increased militancy, along with a decline in overall union membership. Some clues to the future may be found in the Hormel labor-management conflict in Austin, Minnesota.

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    What Happened to the Correction?

    June 02, 1986 BY Steve Leuthold

    The Major Trend Index now reads “Neutral.” This 25-year-old composite index says the evidence is now evenly divided between bull and bear. Thus, at this point our best advice is to stand pat in terms of equity exposure.

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    The Year That Was.....And The Year That Is

    November 10, 2017 BY The Leuthold Research Team

    Many are calling 1985 a stock picker's year, but I don't see it that way. Looking at the market in terms of themes or broad sectors there were some very strong performance divergences. For the year, Regional Banks, Medical Technology and Ethical Drugs were outstanding and in the fourth quarter, big classic growth stocks and technology stocks came on strong.

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    Intermediate Top?

    November 10, 2017 BY The Leuthold Research Team

    In mid December an Interim Memo was sent advising clients of a negative change in our Early Warning Index, an indication that an intermediate top was forming. It has been about four weeks since that alert and the work has continued negative.

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    View From The North Country

    January 07, 1986 BY Steve Leuthold

    Another New Year has arrived. Again tradition must be honored. Blacked-eyed peas have been consumed.

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    Estimating The Upside

    September 04, 2009 BY Doug Ramsey

    Given the very long-term ebb and flow of market valuations, it is hard to believe that—with old valuation norms finally and decisively violated to the downside—the market will spring back to anything like the valuations seen in the middle of this decade.

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    Random Notes

    March 07, 1993 BY The Leuthold Research Team

    Polling The Pro's: We have no new results this issue because no polls were taken. Next issue, you will see what institutional types in Seattle, Portland, Denver and Los Angeles think about the stock market's prospects.

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