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McGraw-Hill Book Co., N.Y.C.-BA or
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act as liaison between publisher &
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Associated Press Business News Analyst
NEW YORK 0P)-Heavy trading
volume captures the attention of
Wall Street as/much as does the
climb in stock prices. Is the little
fellow coming back into the mar-
Seven million share days and
'six million share days have come
along frequently so far this month.
Mostly they accompany, a spurt
in prices. The public traditionally
is attracted to the market when
prices are soaring. It's the pro
who knows how to make money
when prices are sliding.
Also, the biggest price advances
of late usually have been made
by those favorites of the little
fellow, the growth stocks, rather
than the more staid blue chip in-
vestment issues.
The latter, too, have made some
striking gains. The Dow-Jones in-
dex of 30 industrial stocks has
risen 39 points in the last four
weeks-from 889.92 Friday, Aug.
20 to 928.99 last Friday. This is a
rise of 4.3 per cent. Many growth
industry stocks have risen much
more than that.
Wall Street has a good crop of
ideas as to why the little fellow
might be back buying. As usual,
it also hands out a list of reasons
why traders should be cautious
just now and look before they
One reason that the exuberant-
minded may have been bidding up
prices is that the larger war in
Viet Nam should mean fatter or-
ders for many American pro-
ducers of goods and services the
military will be needing.
Another spur to the market is
that many companies have been
reporting much larger profits than
expected. This might have been
more of a surprise to small in-
vestors than to the professionals.
Some trace the heavy trading
volume to the general feeling of
confidence that has built up since
Labor Day because the traditional
summer slump in industry didn't
come along this year.
Brokers also point out that the
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than ever. Personal income totals
now run at a record $531.6 billion
annual clip. More people are em-
ployed and many pay scales are
higher. This means that more per-
sonshave more money they can
invest after paying for the es-
sentials of living.
Rising trading volume also in-
creases the flow of the words of
Brokers point out the uncertain-
ties, especially as to what Red
China might do. War threats do
not stimulate production of civil-
ian goods and services as they do
military hardware.,
The world's monetary problems
are coming to the fore as finan-
cial leaders of the non-Communist
world meet in Washington later
this month. The U.S. balance of
payments deficit has been licked,
for the moment.
But many feel this can't last
because the current favorable
showing is based on voluntary
restraint by American business and
banks in making Investments and
loans abroad while the basic prob-
lem of the big outflow of dollars
hasn't really. been solved.
The British pound has been bol-
stered once more by the other big
financial powers, except France.
But here again, this may prove
to be a temporary reprieve. Brit-
ain's basic trade and economic
problems are yet to be solved.
The long business upswing in
the United States looks as healthy
as ever. But Wall Streeters point
out that traditionally economic
weaknesses are visible, especially
to the public, only after the econ-
omy has started to turn down.
These words of caution are
mostly drowned out just now by
the clamor of heavy trading in a
market where more stocks have
been advancing in price than de-
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