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    Louetta, How about a nice aria? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfK8t4j7I64

    ---------------billy

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    Louetta, How about a nice aria? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfK8t4j7I64

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    Very nice. 1976. I was just lookin' at this, something else from before I was born I enjoy. Takes him three minutes to sing but I enjoyed it. Features Seeger's grandson Tao (in between them) and Guthrie's three daughters.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSF89swJ9IU

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    Fibtimer's Small Cap indicator has turned bearish. S&$ 500, Nasdaq 100, Dollar, Bond and Gold indicators still Bullish.

    A/D line for S&P 500 turned down briefly but resumed upward path:

    https://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=!A...d=p73367671490

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjoe View Post
    Excellent, thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    If you are a fan of Art Cashin here is his yearly Christmas interview at Bobby Van's at 25 Broad:

    https://www.cnbc.com/2019/12/19/art-...or-stocks.html

    The above from 12-19-19. Peter Tuchman @EinsteinoWallSt just tweeted "Please everyone we need prayers .... Arthur Cashin our illustrious mentor was in a car accident on Thursday ... Broke his hip ... just came out of successful surgery ... docs said it went well"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    The Nifty 50

    Note: There is no official version of companies composing the list.
    American Home Products
    AMP Inc.
    Anheuser-Busch
    Avon Products
    Baxter International
    Black & Decker
    Bristol-Myers
    Burroughs Corporation
    Chesebrough-Ponds
    The Coca-Cola Company
    Digital Equipment Corporation
    Dow Chemical
    Eastman Kodak
    Eli Lilly and Company
    Emery Air Freight
    First National City Bank
    General Electric
    Gillette
    IBM
    International Flavors and Fragrances
    International Telephone and Telegraph
    Johnson & Johnson
    Louisiana Land & Exploration
    Lubrizol
    Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing (3M)
    McDonald's
    Merck & Co.
    MGIC Investment Corporation
    PepsiCo
    Pfizer
    Philip Morris Cos.
    Polaroid
    Procter & Gamble
    Revlon
    Schering Plough
    Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company
    Schlumberger
    Sears, Roebuck and Company
    Simplicity Pattern
    Squibb
    S.S. Kresge
    Texas Instruments
    Upjohn
    The Walt Disney Company
    Walmart
    Xerox
    Tim - Retired Problem Solver

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimo_100 View Post
    The Nifty 50

    Note: There is no official version of companies composing the list.
    American Home Products
    AMP Inc.
    Anheuser-Busch
    Avon Products
    Baxter International
    Black & Decker
    Bristol-Myers
    Burroughs Corporation
    Chesebrough-Ponds
    The Coca-Cola Company
    Digital Equipment Corporation
    Dow Chemical
    Eastman Kodak
    Eli Lilly and Company
    Emery Air Freight
    First National City Bank
    General Electric
    Gillette
    IBM
    International Flavors and Fragrances
    International Telephone and Telegraph
    Johnson & Johnson
    Louisiana Land & Exploration
    Lubrizol
    Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing (3M)
    McDonald's
    Merck & Co.
    MGIC Investment Corporation
    PepsiCo
    Pfizer
    Philip Morris Cos.
    Polaroid
    Procter & Gamble
    Revlon
    Schering Plough
    Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company
    Schlumberger
    Sears, Roebuck and Company
    Simplicity Pattern
    Squibb
    S.S. Kresge
    Texas Instruments
    Upjohn
    The Walt Disney Company
    Walmart
    Xerox

    Fun list. Louisiana Land & Exploration stumped me.

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    I don't know when the Nifty 50 list was compiled. I remember going to the S.S. Kresge store as a child. It was sort of a poor relative of Woolworths at the time. S.S. Kresge lived to the ripe old age of 99 and passed away in 1966. In 1977 S.S. Kresge stores were renamed K-Mart.

    --------------------billy

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