Will The FTSE 100 Ever Go Above 7,000?

In this investing video, Owain Bennallack discusses the myth of the ‘invisible wall’ that’s stopped the FTSE 100 (FTSEINDICES: ^FTSE) rise above 7,000 since its inception in 1984. It went up seven-fold from ’84 to 1999 — and then came the dotcom bubble. It nearly broke the barrier again in 2007 — and then the finance crisis occurred. And this year it almost reached “the magic number” — before conflict between Ukraine and Russia contributed to global markets weakening once more. But this Fool believes that its time will come, and sooner rather than later…

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