He pointed to several different indicators and trends collated "since 1950" — including more recent developments in the Russian and Saudi Arabian stock markets — which he said prove that the fear of October is unfounded.
"The odds of an advance are 50 to 60 percent," Kotick said. "And the median return is positive."
"If we don't get a correction over the next couple of weeks, then the risk isn't until the end of the year — and you'll get a 'melt-up' in equities," Kotick declared.
For his take on the US Dollar, Yen and oil-stock market relationships, watch the full interview.
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