Any comments made that are time dependent will be irrelevant to this page. This had me wondering if anything at all can be included here. I will make an attempt to update the contents once in a while.
The Dow is very likely to push through the 10,000 point threshold, but with increasing interest rates by the year 2004 some may choose to put the money elsewhere. I don't expect technology stocks to recover so the NASDAQ is likely to remain at its current levels.
London Stock Exchange
A very encouraging rise from the 3200's to the 4300's between the month of March and present day is a good sign of recovery. However, with issues like the Euro policies I would be reluctant to see this surge (of an impressive 33%) continuing.
The Dollar is too weak and I refuse to believe that it will sink to 1.30 against the Euro (as some analysts suggest). It should recover within the next few months as the international community (hopefully) welcomes a democratic government. Go democrats!
Links and References
DLJ Direct, now apparently acquired by or renamed to Harris Direct, offer some good portfolio software and good Web site interface, but request a small annual fee for real-time information.