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If cooporate earning were so well bullish in thier projections then why the recent spate of job losses from major employers??

If you reson a depp ressession it will accompany a bear market for genral stocks...when the rulers have distributed to the public then the realisations (fear) of ression will be priced in..

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2005 year end - 5600

2006 year end - 6200

2007 year end - 6800

a little optimistic I think,2006 will be a very tricky year....I don't think we are likely to see significant upside until late '07..... it will probably be more sideways.

as a wild stab in the dark.

year end '05-5500

'06-5300(yes i know it's down!)

'07-6000

'08-7000

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2005 year end - 5600

2006 year end - 6200

2007 year end - 6800

2005 year end - 5100

2006 year end - 4200

2007 year end - 3800

It's called a recession. I hope it'll be quick hence the estimates

FTSE 10,000 by 2013 ready for the baby boomers retiring

EDIT: Ignore property money into shares, that money came from somewhere and wasn't created by industry or sudden discovery of Gold or Oil.

Edited by andrew_uk

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Well, the market goes up 8% a year on average, but actually very rarely just goes up 8%, if you know what I mean.

So I will say that this rally is likely to continue into next year, and I will go for a 15% rise in the FTSE-100:

Dec 05: 5400

Dec 06: 6200

PS: If the FTSE falls to 3300, I'll be throwing my entire family wealth at it!

Edited by Van

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there are so many things to throw into the mix at the moment.

$80bbl oil is quite do-able and could take the FTSE to 5500 given the weighting of oil stocks in the index....the problem is where is the break-point between strong global demand fuelled by the US,and the resultant slowdown of the US consumer(which will happen if they have less to spend on other goods,mosly foreign)

a few years ago the prospect of double-dip recession was touted,and indeed with consumers feeling the pinch,now seems a distinct possibility.If this happens,then global demand for crude will fall(hence my bet on japan being a beneficiary)

the nikkei really looks interesting at present...it's withstanding high oil prices,and if falls in crude are evident it is way outperforming western markets.......this looks like a good bull run ahead.

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