Stock markets analysts weigh in with predictions of where they see the S&P 500 going in 2013

  • Article by: The Associated Press , Associated Press
  • Updated: December 28, 2012 - 10:55 PM

What lies ahead for the stock market? The AP asked leading market analysts and investment managers where they see the Standard & Poor's 500 index winding up by the end of 2013 and why. The S&P 500 closed at 1,402 Friday.

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ffedericoDec. 28, 12 4:04 PM

I'm picking the lower Wells Fargo prediction to be the most accurate. There's a lot more that can go wrong this year than can go right--fiscal cliff, tax hikes, monetary devaluation through quantitative easing, war, the nuclear option in the Senate, Obamacare, too many people getting food stamps and disability. Obama hasn't shown he can help the economy. He's shown that he's clueless about it. Solyndra and green subsidies, high-speed rail, union bailouts, etc, aren't going to lead us to prosperity. If you look at the performance of the various Fidelity mutual funds for this year, the fund that has done the worst by far is the green energy fund. It's gone down by about 20% per year all during the Obama presidency. Romney was right. Obama picks losers.

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