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How high can the All Ords go?

Discussion in 'ASX Stock Chat' started by OzWaveGuy, Nov 21, 2008.

  1. OzWaveGuy

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    Anyone?
     
  2. chops_a_must

    chops_a_must Printing My Own Money

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    Well, some incredibly taxing empirical study has told me 6853 or there abouts.
     
  3. OzWaveGuy

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    er - How high can the all ords go (from now on):D
     
  4. mayk

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    Starting now, my projections are:

    Short term 4200. (3-6 months)
    Medium term 4800. (12-18 months)
    Long term 7200. (18-24 months)
    Long long term 8800. (2-5 years)
     
  5. hotbmw

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    my projections:
    Short term 3800. (3-6 months)
    Medium term 4600. (12-18 months)
    Long term 5400. (18-24 months)
    Long long term 7300. (5 years)
     
  6. kennas

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    By 3014 we might be in the 100 thousands, maybe a little higher.
     
  7. drsmith

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    6873.20 if someone can turn back the clock.
     
  8. Gundini

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    You start a thread with one word?

    Amazing, lol.... ;)
     
  9. OzWaveGuy

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    It is :cool:

    It'll be even more amazing several weeks from now. There is a reason.
     
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    Care to ellaborate?
     
  11. kennas

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    V bottom?

    30% recovery?
     
  12. Aussiejeff

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    Wow man!!

    I just tried some of them Magik Mushies Mr Stevens had before his lunch th' other day...

    Hoo-eeee..... Look at all them purty rose-tinted colours!!

    Hahaha! Gee, I'm feeling GREAT now. I reckon 10,000pts by XMAS dudes..!! :)

    Wheeeee.......!!!!!

    :bananasmi
     
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    now that we are down around the 50% mark perhaps OzWave is expecting a suckers rally?

    If so perhaps back up to push 5000 over 6-12 months before heading down towards 1500-1000?

    I am not sure myself, I have no knowledge of wave analysis, I suspect that the markets have further to fall, especially if GM, or Citi, or any one of a number of globally recognized giants actually fail.

    If that happens, then we move from a kind of worried panic int a suicidal despair, the market comes down a further 20-30% to reflect the now 'more serious' downturn, and we wait for maybe a year or so before the rally.

    but who knows, ultimatley the value of any market is zero, otherwise you would still have something someone was willing to buy, and you would still have a market... when they close the door and switch out the lights, the value is zero.

    Until then, it will be some number other than that.
     
  15. cutz

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    Hi

    Correct me if I am wrong but hasn’t the market already priced in some more collapses of large companies?
    So I don’t think the collapse of GM is going to cause a downward spiral towards 1000. Remember the market is preemptive.:)
     
  16. otagomed

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    4300 before christmas(then a drop again down to near 3000)
    4500 by mid 2009
    5500 by mid 2010
    10000 by 2014.
     
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    New high won't be created before 2020.
     
  18. enigmatic

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    Is this the sign of the end?
    Confidence must be returning if we are beginning to speak of how high it will go.
    This is what i see as the minimum that will happen over the next 5years if this is to be our bottom.
    Short term: i believe it will stablise somewere arround 3800 for 6 months.

    Medium term: After this intial stablisation period it will head up to 4400 over the next 18months after that.

    Long term: for the next 3years after that it will head towards 5500 with a possible bearish pull back to 5000
     
  19. mayk

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    It is just a well thought out exercise designed by OzWaveguy to study the statistical correlation between the post count and trend reversal patterns observed in the "How low can the All Ords go?" thread.

    The key challenge is to keep these two thread active so that the data remains useful.
     
  20. enigmatic

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    Yeah i was reading and posting in the "How low can the All Ords go?", now that this is open again, you will find that it will generate possitive news.

    OzWaveguy will be able to tell us all the useful facts afterwards.
     
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