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Prognostications below are 'For entertainment purposes only. Do not take seriously.' Source
See also Guru Grades (CXO), Investor Sentiment (Barrons), and BullandBearWise
Robert Shiller was fairly neutral 12/31/2010 (via CNBC) with a 2020 Stocks Outlook guess of 1430, but suggests reducing expectations more recently.
bull/bear debates 2014 Predictions, 1/2/14, 11/8/12, Dow 20000 or 3000?, 2012 Predictions, 12/1/11, 08/21/11, 5/31/11, 4/18/11, 4/9/11, 3/9/2011
Bullish Bearish
Brian Belski suggested we could have another 10 years in this bull market targeting 44,000 on the DJIA (6/24/2014) Walter Zimmerman sees (via WSJ) the S&P 500 eventually bottoming as low as 450 (1/3/2014)
Craig Johnson says via USAT 2,000 on the S&P 500 in 2014 is do-able (8/2/2013), updated to 2,100 by year-end (1/10/2014) Peter Boockvar predicted (via WSJ) the S&P 500 could finish 2014 between 1550 and 1600 (1/2/2014)
Ron Baron predicts on CNBC the DJIA Will Hit 60,000 in 20 Years (7/8/2013) Tom Fitzpatrick expects the Dow to drop 20% via CNBC (1/17/2013)
Thomas Lee says the DJIA could peak as high as 20,000 within 4 years on CNBC (1/28/2013) Marc Faber expects the market to drop 20% via Bloomberg (11/7/2012) and CNBC (11/13/2012)
Jeremy Siegel makes The Case for Dow 17,000 in Kiplingers (Dec 2012) (12/31/2013, 7/2/2014 updates) Walter Zimmerman has a downside S&P 500 target around 580 via WSJ (12/27/2011)
Richard Sylla projects that DJIA could climb to 20250 (S&P500 2300) by the end of 2020 via WSJ (9/12/2011) Bob Janjuah says 2012 could see the S&P 500 all the way down to the 700 range via CNBC (10/6/2011) (bullish 4/18/2012)
Darryl Guppy was bullish on 11/8/2011 after accurately targeting the DJIA down to 10,600 CNBC (8/4/2011) (3/4/2013 update) Russell Napier warns that S&P 500 could drop to 400 from FT (5/16/2011)
James Altucher expects 20,000 on the Dow in 12-18 months (6/2/2011) (3/14/2014 update) Harry Dent sees Major Crash for Stocks (3/31/2011) (9/12/2011 (DJIA 3000 in 2013), 11/8/12, 10/3/12, 1/8/13 updates)
Jeffrey Hirsch projects 38,820 on the DJIA by 2025 in Super Boom (4/5/2011) Abigail Doolittle projected a 36 month target of 425 on the S&P 500 (3/1/2011, or 3/8/2011 CNBC)
Laszlo Birinyi - S&P 500 may rally to 2,854 by 9/4/13 via Businessweek (1/4/10) (3/23/11, 1/25/13, 9/13/13, 1/10/14, 2/10/14 updates) Jeremy Grantham says be in cash (11/11/2010) - 29 minute CNBC video (11/29/2011 update)
Roger Ibbotson predicted in I am a bull via Robert Lenzner in Forbes (6/16/97) the DJIA would hit 10,000 by year-end 2001, 34,000 by 2015 and 53,000 by 2020. Later he predicted 120,000 by 2025 (via Ibbotson's Dow Forecasts). Nouriel Roubini (co-author of Crisis Economics) - Presidency Headed for Fiscal Train Wreck (10/29/2010) in FT (5/11/11, 11/19/12, 9/23/13 updates)
Bull Books Dow 36,000 (10/1/1999), Dow 40,000 (6/26/1999), Dow 100,000 (8/1/1999)
Bear Books Irrational Exuberance (3/15/2000), Riding the Bear (3/1/1999), The Bear Book (4/6/1998)

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