American institutions such as American Airlines and Avon are destined to "disappear" by 2013, the investment website Wall Street 24/7 predicts.
In its annual feature, the website released 10 companies it believes won’t be around anymore after next year.
The site says it successfully predicted the demise of MySpace, Saab, Ericsson mobile and A&W.
Nokia and American Apparel are defying expectations, but Wall Street still has little faith although it did admit making bad calls on Sears, Sony Pictures, Soap Opera Digest and Kellogg’s Corn Pops.
Included in the list are the airline and makeup manufacturer alongside the Oakland Raiders NFL team.