Stocks, mutual funds and ETFs are not the only assets attracting attention heading into the new year.
Stocks, mutual funds and ETFs are not the only assets attracting attention heading into 2017. High-end furniture, art and fashion are also gaining steam, said 1stdibs CEO David Rosenblatt.
OPEC members are making hay while the sun shines, and giving oil traders more reason to doubt they will hit production cuts agreed earlier this month.
High-quality, low-beta stocks are the place to be heading into 2017 even if they are unloved in the Trump rally, said Harin de Silva, president of Analytic Investors.