Wishful Thinking

Marshall, Jeffrey
March 2001
Financial Executive;Mar/Apr2001, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p11
Academic Journal
The article presents the results of an opinion poll conducted by an executive search firm, Christian & Timbers Inc., regarding trends in stock market in the U.S. It polled 225 chief executive officers nationwide for their predictions about position of the Dow Jones and Nasdaq indexes would be by the end of 2000. Sixty-six percent predicted the Dow would reach 12,500, and 48 percent believed the Nasdaq would be at 5,000.


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