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Alibaba's growth story and fat margins make it a far better investment than Amazon, said D.R. Barton, Chief Technical Strategist at Money Map Press.
The European Central Bank's bond buying plan will provide support for already climbing gold and silver prices, said Michael McGlone, Director of Research at ETF Securities.
The secondary market for life insurance policies is robust due to senior citizens' increasing need to fund long term care needs.
Sears may be heavily shorted on Wall Street, but it also has an impressive real estate portfolio and a strong e-commerce platform.
Diverging central banks and increased volatility will be the big themes in 2015 making it a good time to be in a multi-strategy fund.
Municipal bond closed-end funds (CEFs) may not repeat last year's impressive gains, but they remain a smart source of tax-exempt income in a low yield environment.
Wall Street's expectations for Facebook's earnings in the coming year are far too low, said Rahul Shah, CEO of Ideal Asset Management.
Visa has huge margins and will continue to expand as America moves toward a cashless society, said Mark Dawson, CIO of Rainier Investment Management.
Expect hedge fund managers to bounce back in 2015 after last year's drubbing, said Tim Selby, President of the New York Hedge Fund Roundtable.