Leuthold Weeden Capital Management

Leuthold Weeden Capital Management is a global investment manager founded in 1987 by Steven C. Leuthold. Recognized as a pioneer in tactical asset allocation, our flexible flagship strategy has a 25 year track record. We are employee-owned with a heritage of independent research and a philosophy that stresses quantitative measures of value combined with recognition of fundamental and technical trends. Our investment approach is disciplined, unemotional, and at times contrarian. We offer mutual funds and separately managed accounts across several strategies, including domestic and global tactical asset allocation, as well as long and short equity mandates.

Market Commentary

July 29, 2016

Doug Ramsey provides his Second Quarter Commentary and Outlook. Please click here.

Leuthold In the Media

50 Years of Abnormal Bond Moves Behind One Bull Case for Stocks

Bloomberg - October 12, 2016

The Leuthoold Group examines the imbalance in stock and bond prices going back half a century.

Leuthold's Ramsey Sees Smooth Sailing for stocks in 2017

Bloomberg TV - October 10, 2016

Doug Ramsey. Chief Investment Officer at The Leuthold Group, discusses low volatility and explains why he doesn't see market risks from U.S. election, Federal Reseerve, or Brexit.

It's a Bad Time to Invest in S&P 500 Index Funds

Kiplingers Personal Finance - September 15, 2016

Scott Opsal, Director of Research, provides insights into active vs. passive management.

Leuthold Core Investment Fund (LCORX/LCRIX) Profile

Mutual Fund Observer - March 21, 2016

The Mutual Fund Observer recently published a fund profile for the Leuthold Core Investment Fund.

Grizzly Short Fund Received 2015 Lipper Award for Best Fund over 10 Years

Lipper - April 28, 2015

Leuthold Weeden Capital Management, the investment arm of The Leuthold Group, announced today that its Grizzly Short Fund (NASDAQ: GRZZX) has received a 2015 Lipper Award for “Best Fund over 10 Years: Dedicated Short-Bias Funds.”

In a Global Economy, Choose Industries, Not Countries By Matt Paschke, CFA

NAPFA Advisor - April 2014

Most advisors build their global equity portfolios by choosing allocations to the U.S., non-U.S. developed, emerging and frontier markets. But advisors may want to consider a different idea: focus on industries, rather than countries. Here's why.

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