2011 S&P Forecasts (1250 to 1450), 10y Yield, EPS and GDP (Links)

It looks like the expert consensus for 2011 is to own stocks. Buy Buy Buy? The S&P closed at $1,243 on 12/17/2010 and the 10y Note Yield closed at 3.33%.

From Barron's 2011 Outlookpic source

Brian Belski - Oppenheimer Asset Management
2011 S&P 500 Target 1,325, SPX EPS 88.5, 15x, GDP 3%, 10y yield 3.75%

David Bianco - B of A Merrill Lynch
2011 S&P 500 Target 1,400, SPX EPS 93, 15x, GDP 2.8%, 10y yield 4%

*Douglas Cliggot - Credit Suisse
2011 S&P 500 Target 1,250, SPX EPS 91 (2012 91), 13.7x, GDP 2.8%, 10y yield 3.5%

Barry Knapp - Barclays Capital
2011 S&P 500 Target 1,420, SPX EPS 91, 15.6x, GDP 3.1%, 10y yield 3.5%

David Kostin - Goldman Sachs
2011 S&P 500 Target 1,450, SPX EPS 94 (2012 104), 15.4x, GDP 2.7%, 10y yield 3.25%

Michael Ryan - UBS Wealth Management
2011 S&P 500 Target 1,350, SPX EPS 90, 15x, GDP 2.7%, 10y yield 3.25%

James Paulsen - Wells Capital Management
2011 S&P 500 Target 1,425, SPX EPS 95 (2012 103), 15x, GDP 4%, 10y yield 4%

Henry Mcvey - Morgan Stanley Investment Management
2011 S&P 500 Target 1,362.5, SPX EPS 93.5, 14.57x, GDP 4%, 10y yield 4%

Jeff Knight - Putnam
2011 S&P 500 Target 1,350, SPX EPS: 95 (2012 105), 14.21x, GDP 3.5%, 10y yield 4.25%

David Kelly - JPMorgan Funds
2011 S&P 500 Target 1,400, SPX EPS: 98 (2012 103), 14.28x, GDP 3.7%, 10y yield 4.25%

More:

From Bloomberg: No New Normal for 2011 in Strategists Call for 11% S&P 500 Gain
"The benchmark gauge for American equities will rise 11 percent from last week’s close to 1,379 in 2011, bringing the increase since 2008 to 53 percent, the best return since 1997 to 2000, according to the average of 11 strategists in a Bloomberg News survey."

Greenspan Says U.S. Economy May Grow 3.5% in 2011 - Bloomberg

BlackRock’s Doll Sees S&P 500 Rising to About 1,350 in 2011 - Bloomberg

Standard & Poor's 2011 Investment Outlook - standardandpoors.com (PDF)

Richard Bernstein's Top 11 Predictions for 2011 - Investment Postcards (SeekingAlpha)

BofA sees S&P 500 at 1,400 by end 2011 - Reuters

Deutsche Bank's Binky Chadha Goes Permafull Retard, Sees S&P At 1,550 By End Of 2011 (lol) - ZeroHedge and 2011 Deutsche Bank Fixed Income Forecast

Jan Loeys of JP Morgan Global Asset Allocation (SPX 1,425) - HedgeAnalyst

The world economy: Three-way split - Economist

Merrill Lynch Commodity 2011 Outlook -> all at HedgeAnalyst
BNP Paribas 2011 Outlook
JP Morgan FX 2011 Outlook
Credit Suisse 2011 Outlook

S&P to Rise 15% in 2011: JP Morgan  Chief U.S. Equity Strategiest (Thomas Lee). Sees 1,425 on the S&P. *Tail risk: sovereign Europe becomes systematic (CNBC Video, article)

Experts agree: Get over your fear and get back into stocks (Abby Joseph Cohen of Goldman Sachs, Bob Doll of BlackRock, Dan Chung of Fred Alger Management) - USA Today w/ video interviews

Bespoke's 2010 Roundtable: The Outlook From Financial Bloggers (own stocks, don't own long bond) - The Reformed Broker

Bears:

David Rosenberg's 10 Themes for 2011 - Investment Postcards (SeekingAlpha)

Albert Edwards of SocGen (this will end in tears) - Zero Hedge

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