Although he thinks in early 2015 the market could pull back again, in the near-term, he thinks tailwinds will prevail.
However, to mix a metaphor, he doesn't think a rising tide lifts all boats. For example, Stovall believes oil prices will average around $80 in 2015, therefore he's cautious of energy.
But, "There are clusters of good stocks in high momentum areas; in those cases I'd buy high and sell higher," he said.
JJ Kinahan of TD Ameritrade is also looking for an advance. "With the yield on the 10-year around 2.3 percent, investors are turning to stocks for yield," he explained. "I expect that to continue, too."
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Kim Forrest of Fort Pitt Capital Group agreed. However, rather than position into end of year, she prefers to look at the market for the long-term; and comments suggest she's looking for the bull to not only survive, but thrive for quite some time.
"I'd look at industrials and tech for the next three to five years. Personally, I'm looking at them intently," she said.