NOW http://www.news-to-use.com/2009/04/barron-cover-long-view.html "Nearly 60% of our respondents call themselves bullish or very bullish about the stock market's prospects through the end of 2009" NOV 2008 http://online.barrons.com/article/S...d=b_hpp_9_0002_b_this_weeks_magazine_home_top "50% of the investment pros responding to our latest Big Money poll say they're bullish or very bullish about the stock market's prospects through the middle of next year." APRIL 2008 http://online.barrons.com/article/SB120916344041346031.html "More than half of the institutional investors participating in our latest Big Money poll say they're bullish or very bullish about the prospects for stocks through the end of 2008. Their forecasts suggest they're even more upbeat about the first half of 2009." NOV 2007 http://online.barrons.com/documents/barrons20071105.htm "Although U.S. money managers are less optimistic than in the spring, bulls still outnumber bears by more than 2-to-1. Some even say the Dow will top 16,000 by mid-2008." OCTOBER 2001 "Respondents to our latest Big Money Poll are surprisingly optimistic about US stocks. Bullish on Tyco..." OCTOBER 2000 http://online.barrons.com/article/SB972592403921951637.html?mod=googlebarrons "...our Big Money poll indicates, but most respondents see stocks moving higher." "I think we may have seen the bottom for the year," says John Babyak, a portfolio manager at WHB/Wolverine Asset Management, in Stamford, Connecticut. "I view this as a correction, but I am still a bull." JULY 1996 http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0EIN/is_1996_July_26/ai_18526350/ "Leading money managers have turned increasingly bearish with some predicting the Dow Jones Industrial Average could drop below 4900, according to Barron's quarterly Big Money Poll, published in the July 29 issue." "Barron's Big Money Poll uncovered the biggest jump in bearish sentiment in more than three years. More than a third of participating money managers now describe themselves as bearish about the stock market through the end of this year and into mid-1997, up from 15% in the previous survey, published May 13."