S&P 500: Will It Have A Santa Claus Rally This Year?

Our friends at "Fast Money"earlier this week lamented that the Grinch stole the S&P 500's 2007 gains, so we stole their chart and have it here to show you.

But seriously, we want to know what you think. Will there be a Santa Claus rally before year end? Or will the S&P hold on to or even lose its current anemic gain?

Let us know what you think and please feel free to write in your thoughts to marketinsider@cnbc.com.

Take a look at the S&P and some of the other major indices so far this year:

S&P 500 at 1,460, up 2.95 percent
Dow at 13,245.64, up 6.28 percent
Nasdaq at 2,640, up 9.34 percent
Russell 2000 at 767.54, down 2.55 percent

Questions? Comments? marketinsider@cnbc.com

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