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What's Your S&P Forecast for 2011?

As we start the second half of 2011, we want to know if you're optimistic or pessimistic on the next six months when it comes to stocks. We're in the 1,320 range right now, and Deutsche Bank's forecast for the year has been the most optimistic, going all the way to 1,550.

Today, we want your S&P forecast for the end of the year. Where will it end up come December 31?

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