Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on March 30, 1968 · Page 55
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 55

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NEW YORK California Navels 3'/a cars, unchanged 2 boxes 15,04. Lemons 2 cars, about unchanged best lower balance Va boxes Lot Anitles Citrus market: Grapefruit and leTnons - 1 - J ' Callforn' " ]n9 3 } & unchanged; orajign,. _Soutt« ; ni . and Arizona age price for nch , spot VaTench ' ' ijLwa ^^if^te^^t 88s 3.25-3.50, 1135 3.75-4.00. 138s 4.00. i nance 'hoenlx, Sat., March 30, 1968 Let's Take Stock Campbell Whizz-Bang Year Points a Moral By DON G. CAMPBELL Business and Financial Editor The pained look on the face of the "banker"—Mr. Everyman, in the classical terminology—is proof enough that the world's biggest floating crap game (otherwise known as the' stock market of 1967) has come, violently, to an end. It was a rather spectacular performance that saw the Dow- Jones industrial average pick up at about the 800 level, rip solidly upward-, until interrupted by the Arab-Israeli war- in midsummer, and then recover brilliantly to the 908.92 point on Jan. 8 of the current year. After that, of course, things got a bit sticky. In the casual telling of the chronology of 1967's market performance, however, something gets lost in translation—the extent of the wild-haired speculative bug that bit the public and that still hasn't been entirely shaken. There was a lot of tongue-clucking about it last year but,for the average long-term investor plodding along with his handful of AT&T, it didn't make a lot of sense. What speculation? Just how extensive the speculative fever was last year, „• however, has been pretty well documented by the research firm of David L. Babson & Co., of Boston, which points out that the get-rich-quick bug not only nibbled at the earlobes of the small and relatively unsophisticated investor, but also took a pretty healthy chunk out of the thighs of the institutional portfolio managers and the mutual funds as well. Between Dec. 9, 1967, and mid-March 1968, for instance, the Dow-Jones industrial average dipped 6.6 per cent, the 425 stocks making up the Standard and Poor's average dropped 6.8 per cent and the New York Stock Exchange composite" average fell 7 per cent. But, before that, there had been a veritable bonanza of gains racked up as the popular averages painfully worked their way upward—and the more dubious the basic worth of the individual stock, it seemed, the more spectacular the gain. On the gung-ho American Stock Exchange, for example,. Babson's research reveals that of the 1,000 issues traded during the year, two out of three advanced 50 per cent or more from their 1967 lows to their year-end highs, nearly one out of every two more than doubled, one in five at least tripled, and one in 10 went up four times or more! The fact that all of this was too good to last was amply proved when bleak 1968 dawned and reality descended with a bone-splintering crash. Practically all of the AmexV high-flyers of 1967 are now substantially down from their, highs. As Babson points out, a representative list of 23- speculator-favorites of 1967 reveals that all 23 of these dar r lings are down—some as much as 61 per cent—from their 1967 highs, and that the over-all average loss among them is 40 per cent. They were not only selling at ridiculously high price-earnings ratios at their 1967 highs, but the blood chilling part of it all is that most of them, in spite of their losses, are still overpriced in terms of what they earn. In general, a selling price that is about 15 times the stock's annual earnings is considered "good." But last year on the Amex we had Iroquois Industries selling at 143 times earnr ings, Computer Sciences selling at 122 times earnings, and Dynalectron selling at 90 times earnings. .In spite of their subsequent drqp in prices all three, today, are selling at 42 (Dynalectron) and 65 (Iroquois and Computer Sciences), times earnings. The extent of the losses suffered by these speculator-favo* rites, however, is meaningful only when we recall that, diu> ing the same down-period in the market, the three most popular averages (Dow-Jones, Standard & Poor's and NYSE> showed a drop of only 6.8 per cent—as against drops of anywhere from 35 to 60 per cent in the prices of last year's glamour issues. Significantly, Babson points out, the man-in-the-street with a gambling instinct isn't the only one. who has been; banged up by 1968's return to reality. Some of the "go-go" mutual funds—all swept up in their fetish for in-and-out, trading in the name of "performance"— haven't done materially better. So far, in mid-March, some of these ricky-tick mutuals are down as much as 25 per cent below their 1967 highs, and it is interesting to note that the 10 funds with the best performance record for 1967 are now down, on the average, 13.7 per cent below their Dec. 1967 closing value—and that's a full 100 per cent greater than the loss racked up in the same. • period by the three popular averages. What's the moral? It's an ancient one, I'm afraid: that "no tree grows to the sky," and that when you get in a crap " game involving spectacular glamour stocks you must not only be prepared to take dramatic profits in stride (if fate so wills it), but bone-jarring losses as well if fate goes against you. What goes up fast, in other words, can come down twiec as fast. Over the Counter Quotations from the, NASD ire repre- entatlve Inter-dealer prices as of aprox- mately 10:30 a.m. Inter-dealer markets hange throuahout the day. Prices do not nclude retail markup, , markdown ommlstlon. Date: March 29, 1968. ECURITY Bfd .merican Pipe 4 Const. .50 l5'/a Anheuser Busch, Inc. 1.20 85'A Arden Mayfair .40 13V. Arizona Agrocnemlcal 43.4 Arizona Bank 1.12 23 laaded Copper .30 16'/4 eyless, A. J. Markets .40 20% runswig Drug 1.00 20Vt apitsl Southwest Corp. .10 17<A or Asked 16 86'A 13Va 5'A 24 17 2VA 211/4 17Va Foreign Exchange NEW YORK (AP) — Friday's Foreign Exchange In -dollars and decimals of a ollar. fri. Thu. anada in NY (free) .9235 .9232 Britain (pound) X Day Futures 60 Day Futures 90 Day Futures .uslralia (dollar) elgium (franc) Denmark (krone) 'ranee (franc) Holland (ciullder) laly (lira) lorway (krone) ^ortugal (escudo) uveden (krona) wltzerland (franc) (free) Vest Germany (deutschemark) .9235 2 *150 2.3870 2.3770 2.3620 1.1210 .020)35 .1343 .2035 .2770 .001604 .U03 .0351 .19J5 . 2.3990 2.3840 2.3690 2.3590 1.1200 .020140 .13^3 .2034 .2768 .001604 .1402 .0351 .1935 Circle K .66 18 1 . Components, Inc. 14 Continental Fidelity Life 2'.'a Dickson Electronics 17 Farm i Home Life 25 9 Financial Corp. of Arzona ,. First National Life Ins. "i Greater Arizona Savings 2'2 W. A. Krueger .40 21% Management Assistant U Marriott Corp. 26'a Morrison Knudsen .91 17'.» Nationa Producers Lite ija National Securities, Inc. 2Va Pacific Standard Life 4% Reading & Bates Drilling .9079 2iVt Robertson, H. H. 2.00 44V? Sees Candy .90 24'2 Souttiern Union Gas l.JlVi 23'.2 Southwest Forest IndustrleSj lOVi Southwest Forest Ind. 1.32 Pfd. 25'/z Southwest Gas 19V4 Southwestern Research .35 6% Sovereign Industries Inc. 8U TraveLodge Corp. .25 14'A Tucson Gas & Electric .60 13V;< Union Rock .12 7'4 United Bank of Arizona .40 13'/a Valley National Bank .55 19'A Webb, Del, wls 3'/i Westgate Calif. Corp. Class A lOVa Zlons Utah Qancorporation .42 8% .2313 .2316 Latin America: roenttlna (peio) (free) rezll (cruzeiro) (free) Mexico (peso) lenezuefa (bolivar) .2511 .0029 .3135 .OB01 .22» .21,12 .0029 .3135 M j dollar span (yen) .1660 .14 .002766 .00 71.6 19'rt 15'/a 18' 10-. 11% 27'.-. SVt 26',4 45' 25U 1044 1312 19U Mt 10*8 New York Cotton : REP BUL— MKTS- N YCOTTON '. High Low Clou Contract No. 2, Basis Middling Al In. March '69 30.85 30.30 May 30.22 29.45 July 30.42 29.85 October 10.43 59 .?0 December jo.45 ».?4 Bleachabl* cottonseed Oil May 13.50 • July 13.50 • September 13.50 . October 13JO . P«cenW • 13.50. . 30.30-6 29.94-9S 30.10 . 30.02 . 30-05 'A &

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