Can Wall Street strategists make it two solid years in a row?
|Brokerage||Strategist||S&P 2004 Target||S&P 2005 Target|
|Goldman||Abby Joseph Cohen||1250||1325|
|Smith Barney||Tobias Levkovich||1025||1300|
|J.P. Morgan||Abhijit Chakrabortti||1120||1275|
|Merrill Lynch||Richard Bernstein||890||1250|
|Morgan Stanley||Henry McVey||1200||1250|
|Bear Stearns||Francois Trahan||1100||1200|
|Banc of America||Tom McManus||1160||1200|
|*Ed Keon replaced Ed Yardeni, who had a 2004 target of 1260.
2005: Gray, With Mild Returns
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