Wyatt explained to TheStreet TV's Gregg Greenberg that she still likes the utility sector, which her company has overweighted this year.
Turning to American Eagle Outfitters (AEO) , Wyatt remains bullish on the stock going into 2015. Sure, shares are down 15% on the year, but she considers the stock the "best house in a bad neighborhood" of teen retailers.
While the group has struggled, American Eagle Outfitters has a 4.2% dividend yield, no debt and solid inventory management. Falling gas prices should boost teens' spending power as well, she added.
Wyatt's third pick is Hologic (HOLX) . The medical device company is up 19% year to date, and she considers it a great stock for the long term. The company developed and manufactures a 3-D mammography machine, which is now being used in clinics and hospitals all over the country, she concluded.