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Economy / Literary Market #277036

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 12, 1981
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) Literary market exploitation of economy problems examined; Douglas Casey's "Crisis Investing" cited as example "Jaws" mentioned. [CASEY - predicts bad year] Howard Ruff's "Survive and Win in the Inflationary Eighties" discussed. [RUFF - predicts gold price activity.] Mark Hulbert, of "Hubert's Fin. Digest", noted monitoring doomsday analysts' predictions and advice; details given. [HULBERT - comments on advice of Harry Browne and Howard Ruff.] [RUFF - responds.] Ruff's further defense of his predictions and advice to clients outlined. [RUFF - comments.] Browne quoted on screen with regard to Hulbert's work.

Brady, Ray;
Rather, Dan

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