Friday, October 10, 2008

Bloomberg: Dow Average May Be Poised to Fall to 7,000: Chart of the Day

"The Dow Jones Industrial Average would have to fall about 18 percent more to reach its ``trend line'' since August 1982, when the 1980s bull market started, according to Peter Boockvar, an equity strategist at Miller Tabak & Co. in New York.

As the CHART OF THE DAY shows, the average is closer to the reading indicated by the trend line than it was in October 2002, when the last bear market hit bottom.

Yesterday's close of 8,579.19 was about 23 percent higher than the level indicated by its past performance -- about 7,000, Boockvar wrote in an e-mail today. The Dow average's earlier low was about 35 percent above the trend line.

The Nasdaq Composite Index fell to its post-August 1982 line ``almost to the penny'' after the 1990s Internet bubble burst, he wrote. The index plummeted 78 percent between March 2000 and October 2002, when it reached a six-year low."

4 comments:

Mary Whitaker said...

I have a strong sell rating on wall st, hold rating on silicon valley and near term sell rating on main street.

No big capital expenses for me in the near future!

Anonymous said...

Train wreck is more like it.

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