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.
Oregon is the top moving destination of 2014 while the exodus continues from New York and New Jersey, said Jim Powers, President of UniGroup and CEO of United Van Lines.
Ford is a cheap stock compared to its peers and lower oil prices will help the overall auto industry.
Investors bold enough to short companies should seek targets in industries that could go away entirely like video rental stores or pager companies.
Copart, Hershey and Panera top this year's list of the 100 most exceptional companies, said Michael Raynor, Principal at Deloitte Consulting.
The worlds biggest banks do not need to be broken up, but they do need stricter governance and oversight to prevent tax evasion and money laundering.
Cheap oil and low valuations are making consumer discretionary stocks extremely attractive, said Jeff Carbone, Managing Partner at Cornerstone Financial Partners.
The Republican Congress will help boost oil production which will aid the transportation industry, said Frank Fantozzi, President of Planned Financial Services.
The web has done more harm than good and the government needs to start cracking down on tech behemoths like Google and Amazon.
The spike in the VIX, or so-called fear index, indicates that investors are becoming increasingly cautious about the strength of the long bull market.