Performance in the first month of the year generally offers a pretty good indication about what's to come.
These names are likely to attract momentum investors looking for the next high flyer.
Some of the worst performers of 2012 turned into market stars last year. Could we expect more of the same?
Big tablets, wearable tech and Android PCs also made waves at the electronics tradeshow.
It's a tough environment for a deep value investor, but these cheap stocks stand to do well in 2014.
There weren't many markets that didn't rally in 2013, but Brazil sticks out for heading in the wrong direction.
Is anything not overvalued at this point? Investors are trying to find value in shares seen as bargains, which could keep the rally going next year.
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