You have to persist and get through a few layers of indirection before you find the following quote from UBS floor manager Art Cashin from an October 9, 2009 washingtonpost.com article:
"i think you might see them but I don't think you'll substantially exceed them. We're in an extended cycle now that has occurred over and over again. It's like the Bible says: 'Seven lean years and seven fat years.' I think we're going to be in a period of churning sideways for several years to come."
The S&P 500 was around 1,065 when the article was published and has since risen in as a consistent manner as a random-walk would permit to its current value of around 1,750. We can safely mark this prediction as a failure for UBS on The Scoreboard.