S&P range for 2011 what do you expect?

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S&P range

  1. 100 pts

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  2. 200

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  3. 300

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  4. 400

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  5. 500

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  6. 600

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  7. 700

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  8. 800

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  9. 900

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  10. 1000

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  1. william the wie
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    Very simple thread.
    a 100 point spread top to bottom essentially no change
    200 point spread normal year.
    300 point spread high normal
    400 points scary news.
    500 points scary thing happens a massive bailout.
    600 point very scary thing happens a state or foreign national default.
    700 point OMG
    800 point off the charts.
    900 a very transforming event good or bad Sure for cancer or major war.
    1000 either cheap cold fusion or a close encounter with all out nuclear war.
    Which do you pick as likely?
     
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    I don't know but I wouldn't be surprised if we challenged the highs.
     
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    How about the lows? Flatlining at this level would seem to lead to major deterioration in bonds and Real Estate. At this level a 200 point rise would equal a 16% range or an essentially flatline year in stocks.
     
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