Frank Holmes talks with Bernie Lo on CNBC about the end of the year for stocks in 2015, and takes a look at the “Santa Claus rally” as many stocks have had a positive year. He also talks about the positive side of dropping oil prices, especially the refinery business. Frank mentions the airline industry as one of the positive areas of the market that he has seen in 2015.
Hear what Frank has to say in the interview.
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