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The trading panel discussed volatility, interest rates and Tesla.
CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime" trading panel says stocks may see a slight decline in January, but overall, should perform well in 2015.
Portfolio Manager David Peltier highlights Ballantyne Strong as one of his top stocks under $10 for 2015.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says banking stocks could go higher in 2015, as expected higher interest rates should boost profitability.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says oil could revisit the $52 level, as energy investor Boone Pickens has taught him that oil is a two-sided coin: there's supply and there's demand.
General Electric’s 3.5% dividend yield and attractive industrial business makes this stock an attractive one to own in 2015, says TheStreet's David Peltier.
The trading panel looked at Twitter, Alibaba and GoPro.
Gold prices edged up on Tuesday after sharp overnight losses, but were still slipping amid strength in global equities and the U.S. dollar.
Brent crude oil held steady above $60 a barrel on Tuesday after the Commerce Department revised its third quarter GDP estimate to a 5% annual pace from 3.9%.
The CNBC 'Fast Money Halftime' trading panel knows there could be some risks in 2015.