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CNBC Poll: What's the Best Place to Invest?

Surprising and volatile. That's one way to describe the financial markets in 2011.

Your Money Resolutions - A CNBC Special Report
Your Money Resolutions - A CNBC Special Report

After a series of up-and-down moves, the major stock indicesended the year pretty much where they started. Precious metalsoffered a wild ride as well, but only gold delivered a sizable gain.

Somehow, Treasurysmanaged to rally again, but with prices so high at the end of the year, it's hard to imagine any more gains.

With a year like 2011, investors may be prone to scratch their heads about 2012.

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Commodities

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Currencies

Mutual Funds

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  • April 15- Hong Kong stocks held firm on Wednesday despite China's weak economic growth data, amid signs that Chinese mutual fund managers were raising billions of dollars as they sought bargains in the city. China's economy grew 7 percent in the first quarter- the worst showing since the depths of the global financial crisis, data showed, souring sentiment in...

Bonds

Stocks