Bob Doll, Nuveen Asset Management, shares his view of the current pace of economic growth, and whether overseas weakness could impact the U.S.
Mark Travis, Intrepid Capital Funds, explains three mid-cap stocks he likes for the new year; and Eric Marshall, Hodges Small Cap Fund, shares his small-cap picks.
"Let's not kid ourselves," explains Larry McDonald of Newedge, in forecasting the impact of zero interest rate policy. McDonald says the stresses in the credit market in oil and emerging markets will create a phenomenal buying opportunity for U.S. equities.
Looking ahead to next year's trading action, with John Merrill, Tanglewood Wealth Management, and Robert Pavlik, Banyan Partners.
With very low interest rates, where are investors putting their money? Quincy Krosby, Prudential Financial, and Chad Morganlander, Stifel Nicolaus, share their forecast for the U.S. and global markets.
Discussing GoPro's successful holiday sales, and the way to play the stock, with Brad Erickson, Pacific Crest research analyst.
Paul Hickey of Bespoke Investment Group, shares a preview of S&P 500 performance in the coming year.
Discussing opportunities in Europe and around the world in the coming year, with Josh Duitz, Alpine Funds, and CNBC's Bob Pisani.
Art Cashin of UBS is celebrating his 50th anniversary as a member of the NYSE. Cashin says the business of the NYSE is still fascinating.
Our Market Monitor has a list of stocks you may want to consider for the new year.
Will investor appetite for new offerings be as strong in 2015 as it was this year?
Remaining bullish on the market going into 2015, John Stoltzfus, Oppenheimer, puts a 2,311 price target on the S&P.
Art Cashin says the market is in reasonably good shape going into 2015. Perspective, with the FMHR traders and Kate Moore, JPMorgan Private Bank.
Discussing the best investments going into 2015, with Jack Ablin, BMO Private Bank, and John Buckingham, Al Frank Asset Management.
Barron's announced their ten favorite stocks for 2015. The FMHR traders share their forecast for the names, including General Motors and Bank of America.
Mike Santoli, Yahoo Finance senior columnist, is focused on the domestic economy in 2015.
FMHR traders Stephen Weiss, Jon Najarian and Josh Brown share their market forecasts for 2015.
Japan approved $29 billion of stimulus spending to help lagging regions and households, but analysts are skeptical of how much of a growth boost it will offer.
Thailand's central bank said the country's economy will barely grow this year and cut its 2015 forecast, mainly on expectations exports will remain lackluster.
As crude oil has fallen over 40 percent this year, CNBC's Scott Cohn looks at what states have the most to gain from low oil.