Worried about your investments next year? Fear not, Nuveen Asset Management's Bob Doll said Monday.
"My view is oil is going to stabilize at a low level, and we will see some of the consumer dividend get spent next year. So, the consumer's going to be a bit better, oil's going to be less of a headwind, so we're going to be OK," the firm's chief equity strategist told CNBC's "Squawk Box."
"Earnings are going to be OK, China is stabilizing; that was a big bugaboo in 2015."
Corporate earnings have been hurt by a rise in the dollar, which has gained more than 8 percent against a basket of major currencies. Growth concerns in China also have weighed on financial markets this year, especially in oil prices. U.S. crude prices have fallen about 40 percent this year.