Stock Market

Stock Market

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    Still Down, But Getting Close?

    February 03, 1982 BY Scott Opsal

    The stock market may be on the verge of 1982’s best buying opportunity, even though for the time being the caution light is on. Early Warning Index and Major Trend Index both Neutral now and 750-780 may be just around the corner, and, a “surprise” financial shock may no longer be a surprise.

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    View from the North Country

    January 06, 1982 BY Steve Leuthold

    Did you see Mike Blumenthal’s article, “What Ronald Reagan can learn from Jimmy Carter”? If not, read this brief synopsis. Advises RR to adjust economic program quickly and decisively to new conditions. Don’t hang tough, then retreat step by step. Changing course is not politically wrong.

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    Keeping the Tradition: The View of 1982

    January 06, 1982 BY Steve Leuthold

    Tradition calls for predictions and prognostications this time of year. Some call it thermal pollution time. This ritual is, however, a relatively harmless practice, just so long as investors do not take it too seriously.

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    Inside the Stock Market

    January 06, 1982 BY Steve Leuthold

    Still a super cycle bull market, but cyclical uptrend in question. Major Trend Index still positive but has slipped badly. Early Warning Index turned Negative Dec. 21…Caution!

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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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