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Dow 18000 vs. Stock Market Crash?

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The Dow reached a record recently when it hit 16,000. Some experts say the fundamentals are in place for it to reach 18000 by year-end 2014. Especially because the performance of the market over the past five years has been below par... and lower than average returns over five years are generally followed by higher than average returns over the next two years. But the Bears say that's bunk and based on data that no longer applies to the current century.

LibertyInvestor.com, America's #1 financial news site for independent-minded investors is conducting an urgent stock market poll. We want to know if you think the bulls are right and the Dow is headed to18000 by the end of 2014 or if the bears are right and the market is headed for a fall.

The results of the poll will be available to you after you submit your vote and we'll also share the poll results with major media outlets across the country. Thousands will vote, so take a moment right now to stand up and be counted. Your opinion matters!

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1) Do you agree with the Bulls that the market is headed to 18000 by the end of 2014?



2) Do you currently have money in the stock market or are you standing on the sidelines?


3) Do you consider yourself a Bull or a Bear?


4) Are you optimistic about the future of the U.S. economy?


5) Which political party do you most closely align with philosophically?





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