Eric Marshall discusses the market outlook for 2018. He sees opportunities in consumer stocks such as retailers, restaurants, transportation and regional banks. He’s bullish on retail as companies transition to online shopping and materials as the U.S. looks to rebuild infrastructure following the hurricanes in the fall.Watch source Interview
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