"12000! Democrats are the main reason! Oil will go higher and so will taxes. Even on cap gains! Enjoy it while you can, I wish it were different but they will make it tank!" -- Randy S., North Carolina
“Investors have nowhere to go but the stock market. The housing market is dead for another 16 months, and banks are offering low savings interest rates. There has never been any inflation and consumers continue to shop. The stock market is headed to 14000 and above!” -- Kurt, Washington
“14,000 by year’s end. Liquidity and momentum are on the Bull’s side.” -- Grady B., GA
“I believe 14,000. In a word -- momentum, momentum, momentum. Forget the fundamentals, subprime etc., it will take an act of God to smack down this market, investors will continue to jump in until their shoeshine boy starts giving out stock tips.” -- Daryle, Washington
“The economy is pretty solid despite high fuel prices and low housing starts. We live in a faster paced world than even a decade ago. When technology advances the pace of production, the markets have to move with it, so does the DOW. The Dow levels are based on solid earnings. Will this pace keep up? I think it is prone to move even faster. So I see a DOW 14000 by early next year.” -- Tony L., New York
“I think 12,000. People are short term focused and led that way by business media. They are looking for any excuse to sell. Same old cycle. I hope so, always looking to buy at bargain prices.” -- Mark C., South Carolina
“15,000 by next year. The economy is rock solid!” -- S.
“12,000 - ya filled up your tank lately?” -- Bob, Illinois
“12000! Sell in May and go away!! Always been, always will be.” -- S.F.
“12,000 - Some profit taking, a slow down in earnings, simmering world events, and a deterioration in the US economy will result in a moderate correction.” -- C.K., Washington
“This feels like 1999 to me so look out for the market to have a considerable correction. Hopefully we won't lose all our gains and the market won't take 6 years to recover.” -- Keith, Texas
“14000, due to the excess liquidity from our international trading partners.” -- C.A.