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Aug 05 2023

The 2022 “Tax Hike” Repealed!

  • Aug 5, 2023

In the last twelve months, spending on energy goods and services as a share of total consumer outlays dropped by 1.1%—that amounts to about $200 billion in savings (annualized).

Apr 05 2005

Energy Prices In Perspective

  • Apr 5, 2005

With oil and gas prices continuing to make new highs, we thought it would be helpful to put some perspective on rising energy prices.

Sep 05 2004

Oil And Gas Prices In Perspective

  • Sep 5, 2004

In light of the continuing move in oil prices, we thought it would be useful to update our inflation adjusted oil and gas related charts from our June publication.

Jun 01 2004

View From The North Country

  • Jun 1, 2004

Leuthold believes the big depressant to stock market these days is not necessarily potential for rising interest rates or higher inflation, but instead is due to the gray cloud of the Iraq situation. Good news is that U.S. may be starting to extricate itself from the Iraq quagmire, and that could be a very bullish development in June.

Mar 05 2003

View From The North Country

  • Mar 5, 2003

Consumer confidence now dismal. Historical analysis however indicates that good buying opportunities are typically found during periods of extreme pessimism. Currently view Conference Board measure as a stock market positive!

Sep 05 1991

View from the North Country

  • Sep 5, 1991

Playing The Game (Investment Management): Some Insights and Criticisms From Walter Cabot Of Standish Ayer & Wood...Tokyo Stock Market Update...Gasoline Prices Are Historically Cheap When Adjusted For Inflation...Country By Country Union Membership Statistics