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This Week:
The Gas Pedal Is Useless
When The Spark Plugs Are Gone

As we observe in the U.S., central bank easing in Japan only reliably benefits the stock market, on average, when market action is already favorable, indicating a preference among investors to accept market risk. Once market internals deteriorate, central bank easing fails to provoke speculation, on average. The gas pedal is useless when the spark plugs are gone. Aside from short-lived, knee-jerk responses, there is no historical basis to assume that central bank easing will promptly encourage fresh speculation in an overvalued market that has lost internal support. To the contrary, as investors should recall from February 1930, January 2001, and September 2007, central bank easing in an internally-weak market environment has typically been a panic response to unexpected economic deterioration. Such actions should be interpreted as the panic signals that they are
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By John P. Hussman, Ph.D.
President, Hussman Investment Trust
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When Market Trends Break,
Even Borderline Data is Recessionary

When stock market action deteriorates and broad economic data is weakening even moderately, the risks of a recession actually jump considerably. The conditional probability of a recession prior to the market falling below its 12-month moving average was just 5-10 percent. It has now jumped to between 60 and 75 percent. This is roughly 6 or 7 times the odds that economists are allowing for a recession.
By William Hester, CFA
Senior Financial Analyst
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Mutual Fund Brokerage Fees and Trading Costs
How much do mutual funds pay in commissions and trading costs? This is a question that the mutual fund industry seems reluctant to answer. In an industry already complicated by fees - sales loads, soft dollars, trailing fees, 12b-1 marketing fees - asking mutual funds to prominently disclose trading costs is unpopular among fund companies. We've decided to take the lead anyway. It's the right thing to do.
By John P. Hussman, Ph.D.
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 FUND NEWS


December 31, 2015: The Hussman Funds made the following income distributions: Strategic Growth Fund: $0.0461 per share, Strategic Total Return Fund $0.02 per share, Strategic Dividend Value Fund: $0.05 per share.

November 13, 2015: The Strategic Dividend Value Fund paid a long-term capital gain distribution of $0.0786 per share. No distributions were required for other Funds.

September 30, 2015: The Hussman Funds made the following income distributions: Strategic Total Return Fund, $0.01 per share, Strategic Dividend Value Fund $0.03 per share.



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