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BlackRock is encouraging investors to start looking at opportunities in Europe, even though geopolitical stability is in question.
Louise Yamada sees the market heading higher in 2017.
One top oil analyst gives his reasons why oil's stellar run will be capped in 2017.
Why this time is different: Ned Riley explains why there's nothing to fear about tech stocks as they trade near all-time highs.
Dennis Gartman sees volatility in many of the traditional commodities assets.
A Wall Street veteran has hiked his earnings forecast for 2017, citing a more business friendly environment under a Trump administration.
A Bank of America Merrill Lynch strategist sees history repeating itself in the markets, and more record highs are on the way.
One Wells Fargo analyst gives his market predictions for 2017.
The flurry of new stock market highs has hardly been abnormal and may be the beginning of a longer-term trend, says Bespoke’s Paul Hickey.
Market watcher Harry Dent predicts 'once in a lifetime' market crash, says Dow could plunge 17,000 points.
Realistically speaking, sustained economic growth of 3 percent "is a pretty high hurdle," Russell Investment's Mark Eibel tells CNBC.
PNC strategist Bill Stone cites a stronger dollar and the potential for global growth to slow down for his below-consensus forecast.
Dennis Gartman explains why the rally in oil, and OPEC deal, will not last long.
He correctly called Dow 19,000, and now the Wharton School's Jeremy Siegel predicts the index could hit 20,000 by year's end.
One JPMorgan strategist makes the bull case for a year-end stock rally.
Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital, believes that a "major crisis" will occur under Trump.
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