fast.After all, the Dow is up 11 percent so far this year. The indexhadn`t had a down day this month -- nor a losing Friday all year untiltoday. The Dow fell 25 points, ending the session at 14, 514. Still, it`ssecond highest close ever.The NASDAQ was lower by nearly 10 and the S&P 500 was off just two,and sits just four points from its own all-time closing high.Well, despite today`s reversal, the Dow finished the week in thegreen, its fourth week in a row of gains. So, what`s next?More gains, says Jim Paulsen, chief investment strategist at WellsCapital Management.Mr. Paulsen, welcome. Good to have you with us.JIM PAULSEN, WELLS CAPITAL MANAGEMENT: Thanks, Tyler.MATHISEN: You have a pretty aggressive target this year for the S&P500. What is it and why are you so confident?PAULSEN: Yes, I`ve been since year ends thinking we could go up andtouch 1,700 some time this year for the S&P 500.So, tonight, maybe we`re about halfway to that target price. Itcertainly won`t be a straight line. I fully anticipate we`ll have somecorrection along the way here at some point. But I still think we`re maybeonly halfway to where we`re going to go this year.I think the biggest driving catalyst, Tyler, this year has been thefact that growth, economic growth keeps coming in far faster than mostpeople anticipated at the end of the year. Most people participate about 2percent growth this year. I think we`re coming in closer to 3 percent.And as that becomes more obvious, confidence goes up, and that goes rightinto higher valuations for stock prices.GHARIB: Jim, you were telling me earlier today that investorsshouldn`t worry about this correction. Why not? And how much of acorrection are you expecting?PAULSEN: Well, I just think that corrections, Susie, are so hard tocall, and they`re very short in duration. I think this will be mild inmagnitude as well. I think if we do get one it will be a 5 percent to 7percent pullback.