Where should you be investing your hard-earned money in 2016?
CNBC.com recently turned to three financial advisors and — not surprisingly — received three different takes on the best investment tacks.
David Carter of Lenox Wealth Advisors advised following the "profits and valuations" in equities, and right now that points to European markets. However, "whenever you buy European equities, you're taking some currency risk," Carter said, so he advises owning European equities but hedging the currency back to the U.S. dollar.
"Our view is, we think the dollar will continue to go up as the euro goes down," Carter said.