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Barron's Picks And Pans: Tech Infrastructure, Small Caps, DineEquity And More

Barron's Picks And Pans: Tech Infrastructure, Small Caps, DineEquity And More:AMD, BAC, CBS, DIN, JWN, NKE, NVDA, ORCL, VIAB, YELP
  • This weekend's Barron's offers the outlook for stocks in the coming year.
  • The prospects for tech infrastructure stock and undervalued small caps are also examined.
  • Other featured articles offer looks at a struggling restaurant operator and an abandoned media merger.

"Outlook 2017: This Bull Market Has Legs" by Vito J. Racanelli indicates 10 investment strategists who Barron's consults semi-annually are bullish for the coming year. These top strategists see stocks rising 5 percent next year, even after the big post-election rally. See why Bank of America Corp BAC and Oracle Corporation ORCL are among their top picks.

In "Tech Infrastructure Will Rule," Tiernan Ray makes the case for a sharper-than-usual divide in the year ahead between personal technology and the building of what is known as infrastructure for companies to use for data processing. See why Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. AMD and NVIDIA Corporation NVDA are among their top picks.

David Englander's "For Large Stock Gains, Think Small" offers five out-of-favor and undervalued small- and mid-sized stock picks in widely diversified industries for 2017. Those selections include a real estate investment trust (REIT), a movie-theater chain, a TV station operator, a textbook publisher and a business development company. Also see how the Barron's 2016 small- and mid-cap picks fared.

There is little appetizing about the recent performance of DineEquity Inc DIN's business or shares, according to "DineEquity Shares Could Fall 30%" by Vito J. Racanelli. Both could worsen further in the months ahead. See why some bears see the stock of this IHOP and Applebee's operator losing up to 30 percent in the next year as management struggles to turn the business around.

In Jack Hough's follow-up story "Hold On to Your CBS Shares, but Sell Viacom," see why media mogul Sumner Redstone has ended the push to merge CBS Corporation CBS and Viacom, Inc. VIAB. Redstone also will step down from Viacom's board in February. See why Barron's still prefers CBS, and what may be next for Viacom.

Also In This Week's Barron's

  • Donald Trump's stance on free trade.
  • The mixed reaction to the Federal Reserve rate hike.
  • Whether Trump will keep his promises.
  • What happens if both stocks and bonds go south.
  • Why wealthy investors should buy real estate now.
  • Whether S&P 500 dividend growth will slow in 2017.
  • Barron's 2017 emerging markets picks.
  • Financial advisors and the art of storytelling

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