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Which way the Dow?

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colin_twiggs
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Inflation has not yet materialized and we are still “at war” with government spending on the rise. This has always led to massive jumps in inflation eventually. We expect that it will happen again over the next several years......We still expect our 2010 Annual Forecast to pan out, culminating in a more substantial pullback over the next several months, before rallying again into 2011 and 2012, potentially 50% from the 2010 low, whatever that may be. However, like in the two previous secular bears of the 1930s and 1940s and the 1970s and 1980s, we may be in for a few more years of sideways action before reaching new all-time market highs.




Next Super Boom — Dow 38820 By 2025 — Stocks Catch Up With Inflation, But First Inflation Catches Up With Government Spending
By Jeffrey A. Hirsch & Christopher Mistal
Stock Traders Almanac


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The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 11000 for the first time since May 3, as a bleak jobs report boosted expectations that the Federal Reserve will move to stimulate economic growth.




STEVEN RUSSOLILLO, WSJ
Dow Climbs Above 11000

The market rallying on bad news (a bleak jobs report) ...... seems to be clutching at straws.


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One of the characteristics of a bull market is that negative news fails to have a negative effect on the market.

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This is not a recommendation or advice. As they say .... DYOR.

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Yes. But reacting positively to news that the economy is slowing?? That requires absolute faith in the Fed's ability to fix the mess -- something that so far has been conspicuous by its absence.

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