Thailand's stock market is poised to climb higher over the next three to four months and could cross the 1,100 mark next year, various experts told CNBC on Wednesday.
"The fundamental story for the economy is strong," said Ian Gisbourne, head of Thailand equity research at UBS, adding that exports, tourism and agriculture were all doing extremely well.
Exports have jumped 400 percent since 1995, with exports of vehicle and car parts skyrocketing 3,000 percent, he said.
"We believe it (the SET) should cross 1,000 points (this year)," Montree Sornpaisarn, CEO of Kim Eng Securities said in a CNBC interview. "Next year, it could be 1,100 points."