Jeff Kleintop’s 1967 Analog

LPL Chief Strategist is out with a clever note pointing out the similarities between fall 2013 and the 1967 environment. Slightly off topic – Jeff is speaking on a panel at our Big Picture Conference on Tuesday, October 8th.

As we wrote last week, the stock market pullback is part of the “kick-the-can” pattern we have seen numerous times this year ahead of a resolution to “kick the can” on various issues to a future date. This is driving market volatility and a pattern of performance this year that echoes 1967, a year when:


  • ·         Republican lawmakers voted down a debt ceiling increase (before they later passed it);
  • ·         Syria was involved in a war;
  • ·         Bond yields rose (most notably from April to August when the 10-year Treasury note rose about one percentage point);
  • ·         Gross domestic project (GDP) averaged a lackluster 2% in the first half of the year;
  • ·         Earnings per share growth for S&P 500 companies was roughly flat on a year-over-year basis; and
  • ·         The United States won the America’s Cup with a sweep.

Figure 1: Stocks Continue to Track 1967’s Pattern

S&P 500 Index 1967 and 2013






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