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Jan 10 2020

Podcast #8 - The Factor Of The Decade Is... Sales Stability?

  • Jan 10, 2020

During a decade characterized by surging equity markets and the proliferation of smart beta products, the best performing quantitative factor was Sales Stability.

Dec 31 2019

Podcast #7 - Ramsey: An Updated “Modern” Take on Valuations

  • Dec 31, 2019

An occasional critique of our valuation work is that we consider “too much” market history to form a judgment as to what constitutes “high” or “low.” This type of feedback declined during and after the financial crisis (when historic valuation thresholds were temporarily revisited), but it has become more pointed as the U.S. market has soared to new highs.

Dec 19 2019

Podcast #6 - A Small Cap Strategy Session

  • Dec 19, 2019

Small Caps are showing signs of life and the decision to overweight small caps is starting to seem relevant – and perhaps nicely profitable - again.

Dec 13 2019

Leuthold Podcast #5 - What's Wrong with LOW Yields?

  • Dec 13, 2019

Are incredibly low yields a signal of imminent peril and a clarion call for caution? Or, alternatively, could they represent an amazing investment opportunity?

Dec 04 2019

Leuthold Podcast #4 - Jim Paulsen: Does the expansion have unused capacity?

  • Dec 4, 2019

Despite these signs of caution, there are several factors that suggest this expansion still has considerable “Unused Capacity.”

Nov 27 2019

Leuthold Podcast #3 - Does Surge in M2 “Cancel Out” the Yield Curve Inversion?

  • Nov 27, 2019

Doug Ramsey expands on the relationship between Money Supply growth and the Yield Curve.

Nov 26 2019

Leuthold Podcast #2 - How Long Will Apple Last?

  • Nov 26, 2019

OK, OK–maybe Apple isn’t so “Itsy Bitsy.” However, when viewed through the lens of our “4% Club” vignette, the stock has certainly followed the Sisyphean pattern of that popular nursery rhyme (and accompanying fingerplay, of course) over the last seven-plus years.

Nov 20 2019

Leuthold Podcast #1 - Discounted Destiny?

  • Nov 20, 2019

The dividend discount model is a popular, conventional method of valuing a stock using the present value of its future dividend payments. The two major components comprising this valuation approach are earnings (from which dividends are paid) and the bond yield (or discount rate used to determine the present value of the future dividend stream).