It's been an epic rally in stocks that has spanned over six years. There's little doubt the bull market looks fatigued, but don't bet on it calling quits -- at least not yet.
That's the key takeaway from CNNMoney's survey of more than a dozen investing professionals. They believe, on average, the S&P 500 will claw its way to 2,155 by the end of the year. That's nearly 3% higher than current levels and would give the benchmark a 2015 gain of almost 5%.