"The outlook is for the end of the decline in business during the early part of the 1931, and steady... revival for the remainder of the year."
-- The Harvard Economic Society's Weekly Letter,
November, 15, 1930
Note: In 1931, the economic squeeze of the depression forced the Harvard Economic Society to suspend publication of the Weekly Letter.
Source: "The working person's history of the great depression," Show me the Money, Issue 10, Autumn 2001.