Hillary Clinton will bow out as a Presidential candidate (and get divorced) while social unrest and riots appear in the U.S., says Real Money Contributor Doug Kass. Those are just some of his surprises for 2014. He also says Africa will become a new hot bed of turmoil and South Africa will spur an emerging market debt crisis. Kass also sees war-like friction between China and Japan hurting stocks globally and a marijuana IPO sky-rocketing on its first day of trading.

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