ok, so i see alot of you flashing around graphs about how the 6900 peak of the stockmarket was a bubble,
and that the stock market should increase in a linear fashion.
eg. 500 - 1000 - 1500 - 2000, in a even year spread
but how can this be so?
that would just indicate a decline in growth,
- 100% - 50% - 25% -etc
while say a 5% stock market growth/[given timeframe] would imply the trend leading up to the current downturn.
i hope that all made sense.
so it seems to me exponential stock market growth would be normal and this is not a return to where ppl think the share market should of been all along.
summary economic/global/national/industry growth = sharemarket growth
have i got this right?