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But there are buying opportunities even if the ECB disappoints.
As 2014 winds down, you could almost throw darts at these standout groups -- but here are my own picks.
Despite geopolitical troubles, North America is essentially energy independent.
Across the nation, utilities cannot get access to steam coal due to rail bottlenecks.
Recent data suggest economic expansion in the third quarter.
Molson Coors doesn't offer a good entry point, but CME Group opens the door for shorts.
Transports, especially intermodal traffic, are confirming the PMI report.
Keep a close eye on what the Fed has to say on the matter.
By going mobile in the most literal sense, it can pull ahead of the competition.
This insidious rhetoric is a major reason why, wrongly, many investors have one foot out the door.
The sentiment is just too bullish. But take a look at these charts.
That's the takeaway from the Alcoa call, which gave us its most bullish worldview since the Great Recession ended.
The corporate tax rate causes the most concern to companies.