Stock Market

Stock Market

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    Inside the Stock Market

    December 06, 1982 BY Steve Leuthold

    The most significant development since the last issue has been the renewed massive downside pressure on the oil stocks. Is it time to finally start bottom fishing in oils?

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    View from the North Country

    December 06, 1982 BY Steve Leuthold

    Some very preliminary signs inflation deceleration may be slowing, and CPI is now probably understating current levels of inflation. In 1983 two versions of CPI will be reported with CPI-U substituting rental factor for mortgage rates and home prices. However, COLAs and Social Security will remain tied to the old version.

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    Integrating Fundamental and Technical Analysis

    December 06, 1982 BY Steve Leuthold

    Steve Leuthold’s December 7th speech at a joint seminar sponsored by the New York Society of Security Analysts and the Market Technicians Association. Who says oil and water don’t mix?

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    Inside the Stock Market

    November 04, 1982 BY Steve Leuthold

    The market is again exploding on the upside, about to make a new high. Twenty-three years of on-line market experience provides no operational guidelines for a market like this, even though the amplitude of the move and the volume relative to shares listed is not unprecedented.

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    View from the North Country

    November 04, 1982 BY Steve Leuthold

    “The Analyst Looks at Baseball” - Several analytical approaches are applied, combining team payrolls, runs scored, games won and attendance in an effort to determine who are the best and worst baseball teams.….”Don’t Always Underestimate the Banks” - Soon banks will be offering their own money market funds. Existing money market funds say they are not worried about the competition. They should be.

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    The Art of Politics and Economics

    October 06, 1982 BY Steve Leuthold

    Reagan’s change of economic course, leaving the hard-core supply-siders behind, was constructive, and from our standpoint, expected. Predictions for the next two years include significant social security reform, implementation of a somewhat watered down, but still very meaningful flat tax. Federal deficits in 1983 and 1984 will probably turn out to be less than now expected. And in November 1982, the Republicans will lose some seats, but the Old Cowboy will still be able to get his way with Congress when it is important.

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    View from the North Country

    October 06, 1982 BY Steve Leuthold

    A new nationally distributed newspaper has been born, USA Today. This big gamble might just pay off for Gannett. It is refreshing indeed to see a corporation make a big bet on a high-risk long-term investment, especially in this age of corporate timidity and financial mechanics. Also, Irving Kristol’s remarks at the Western Pension Conference.

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    Inside the Stock Market

    October 06, 1982 BY Steve Leuthold

    In September the stock market moved sideways, and just as it seemed the underpinnings would finally crack, just as it seemed our expected correction was about to begin, an explosion occurred, on the up side, not the down side.

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    View from the North Country

    September 10, 1982 BY Steve Leuthold

    Merrill Lynch was first but the rush is on, stripping existing T-Bonds of their coupons, repackaging and selling coupons and principal separately. While perhaps priced too high for sharp pencil pushers, to us they look like a very good investment. Corporate “zeros” should, however, be viewed very cautiously.

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    Inside the Stock Market

    September 10, 1982 BY Steve Leuthold

    The S&P 500 futures hedge discussed last month remains because even though chances are the summer lows will stand as the bear market bottom, a correcting decline of 80-100 DJIA points down from the Aug-Sept peaks is expected. This may happen very soon. The recent action of gold is ominous and one or two 120 million+ downside days would not surprise.

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