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Nikkei Comparison Suggests S&P 500 of 1400 by End of 2010 – and 400 by 2014

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"Nikkei Comparison" by W. Lorimer Wilson, FSU Editorial 09/01/2009

correlating the market to past history is a well know technique.

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So, this is suggesting DarkAges II?

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There's an ugly GAP @ 313 on the SnP 500

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tracking how much money they pour in
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1400 yes, 400 never going to happen as long as cheap money still around. Look at the September rally. The equity market rally, yes, but it is weak compare to other asset class, which translate, the only reason why equity is up because USD tank. So as USD continue to tank, asset class will continue to move up.

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1400 yes, 400 never going to happen as long as cheap money still around. Look at the September rally. The equity market rally, yes, but it is weak compare to other asset class, which translate, the only reason why equity is up because USD tank. So as USD continue to tank, asset class will continue to move up.

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