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Tesla's technology is currently keeping the U.S. ahead of Japan and Europe in the race to successfully manufacture the electric car.
Target-date funds are a perfect option for a volatile market because they keep investors diversified and at the appropriate risk level.
Novo Nordisk has a strong pipeline compared to its rivals and will not need to spend big to acquire biotechs in the coming year.
Ashland shares will continue to move higher due to lower input costs and increased market recognition for its Valvoline brand. Delta Air will also benefit for lower oil prices.
Complexity is catching up with the nation's big banks, offering an opportunity for smaller regional players to thrive, said Jay Sidhu, CEO of Customers Bank.
Advaxis has seen its shares surge higher in the past month due to increased institutional interest and an optimistic response from investors, said the company's CEO Dan O'Connor.
Large Caps have dominated the gains in the past 2 years and investors need to rebalance their portfolios, said Ric Edelman, CEO of Edelman Financial Services.
Mid-cap stocks will outperform in the coming year as the pool of attractive small-cap stocks has dried up, said Dan Hughes, client portfolio manager at Natixis Vaughan Nelson Funds.
The glut in oil is creating huge opportunities for tanker companies to profit by raising storage rates, said Anthony Gurnee, CEO of Ardmore Shipping.
Japanese and European stocks are substantially less expensive than U.S. shares and will benefit from weakening currencies, said Jeremy Schwartz, Director of Research at WisdomTree.