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Economic momentum may finally be returning after two years, and that could "radically upshift" investor sentiment, one market watcher said Friday.
"I think we're going to have a pretty big cascade of change in the rest of this bull market," Jim Paulsen, chief investment strategist for Wells Capital Management, told CNBC's "Closing Bell " on Friday. "Up until now, across the globe, it's been led by three main themes: large cap, United States and consumer-oriented stocks. I think going forward, all three of those leaderships are in the process of changing."
The was within 1 point of its record close of 2,130.82 at Friday's closing bell after a key indicator, the jobs report, surprised to the upside. On this tailwind, Paulsen said small- and mid-cap stocks, international and emerging markets, and industrial capital goods sectors may take the reins.
The market is breaking out with earnings season on the horizon — and another pro sees structural shifts, like exports, accelerating S&P 500 revenues and earnings in the second half of the year.
"There's a very large set of stocks and sectors that are still buyable here because of a turn in earnings," Thomas Lee, managing partner and the head of research at Fundstrat Global Advisors, told "Closing Bell" on Friday.