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Thomas Lee, founder and head of research at Fundstrat Global Advisors, joined CNBC Pro Talks on Thursday in a special Q&A for subscribers.
During his discussion with CNBC's Mike Santoli, Lee shared his 2016 investment outlook and the best strategies to beat the market.
Lee, who has been a top-ranked analyst on Wall Street since 1998, believes investors will benefit from making certain contrarian bets.
"I think we have reached a rubber-band point, so that next year there's going to be some pretty big divergences in the market," Lee said.
Apart from his perspective on economic trends, the money manager talked about what could be ahead for the credit market, momentum stocks, earnings, oil and more.
This exclusive interview, along with other premium content, is available only to CNBC Pro subscribers.