Stock Market

Stock Market

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    A Look in the Rearview Mirror

    February 05, 1985 BY Steve Leuthold

    This annual exercise is a critical review of the studies, portfolio shifts, recommendations and market strategies as presented in this publication over the last year or so...both the good and the bad.

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    View from the North Country

    February 05, 1985 BY Steve Leuthold

    It Feels Good:  For the first time in a long time, equities are more heavily weighted than bonds in our Asset Allocation Models… Wanted: Potential High-Tech Survivors: We want to add about five more names to the potential survivor list and are open to suggestions… Pension Fund Shrink: The dramatic changes now taking place in private pension funds and the investment implications thereof.

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    Inside the Stock Market

    February 05, 1985 BY Steve Leuthold

    The caution flags were taken down in January. This is one of the most powerful looking markets I have seen in my 24 years in the business.

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    Results of December Year End Bottom Fishing Expedition

    February 05, 1985 BY Steve Leuthold

    The twelve stocks on the list that we especially recommended were up an average of 19%. Once again, this exercise proved to be an effective trading strategy...of course the overall market did help us out a bit this year.

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    Early 1985: Getting Cash Comfortable

    January 07, 1985 BY The Leuthold Research Team

    1985 has started out with a thud.

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    View from the North Country

    January 07, 1985 BY Steve Leuthold

    It is 1985 prediction time. Wall Street Is filled with hot air. We add to this thermal pollution with our own predictions for the 1985 economy, earnings, inflation, deficits, Interest rates, value of the dollar and the stock market.

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    Dreams & Nightmares

    January 07, 1985 BY Jim Floyd

    1984's Institutional "dream" portfolio made up of the twenty best performing large cap stock groups was up 20% (excluding dividends) while the aggressive "dream" portfolio was up 33%. The "nightmare" portfolio, constructed of the twenty worst groups was down 49%. See? Things could have been worse…

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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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