This is also interesting. Analysts called 1973 wrong (Time Magazine article on January 8, 1973, mentions economist Alan Greenspan).
"Most Wall Street analysts are convinced that the market will continue to climb smartly in 1973. Brokers looking for a marked increase in trading volume see signs that small investors are beginning to overcome fears instilled by the Wall Street slide of 1970 and return to the market. Investment from abroad is also on the rise. Economist Alan Greenspan estimates that foreigners put $1.6 billion into American securities last year and will buy $3 billion worth in 1973."
A Gilt-Edged Year for the Stock Market (TIME - January 8, 1973)
Other news links I found about the 1973-1975 recession:
David Rosenberg: Recession to Be Worst Since 1970s (WSJ Blog)
Recession 1973 vs. 2008 (Jack B. Walters)
The Recession of 1973-75 in the U.S. (applet-magic.com)
1973–1974 stock market crash (Wikipedia)