There is actually one reason why I think the governments might in fact consider further stimulus - they have no money, and they are not likely to raise taxes in hard times. More probable is the prospect that they will continue the great money illusion. This will of course be inflationary, at least to asset prices. The reality is - it will only be government money supporting the market for the next few years. It is apparent that governments are all too willing to throw everything at this market to stop the 'rot'. We need to remember that there is nothing stopping the Dow Jones going to 15,000 if the US government is willing to undermine the value of the USD. Expect central banks around the world to help them.
Andrew Sheldon www.sheldonthinks.com