"Everybody tries to save money these days in the financial crisis and McDonald's profits from it," he said.
The fast-food company's stock is likely to test its previous high of $67, and if it breaks that, it may be heading to $70 a share, Stillhart said.
Soft commodities company Archer Daniels Midland recently hit its low of $13, which means that its stock is in an uptrend, and looks to climb to $31. If it rises above $31, Stillhart's next target for the agriculture group is $39.
British American Tobacco has further to go, according to Stillhart. He predicts the company's stock could rise to 1,940 pence ($31.62).