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What an amazing year 2009 has been for investors in pretty much everything: Gold, copper, corporate bonds, stocks, oil, emerging markets, real estate...

How about the investing outlook for 2010? Which sectors are likely to outperform? Is the U.S. stock market a better bet than the Canadian? What about all this talk of a bubble in bonds and emerging markets?

Market Outlook 2010:

  • Key to corporate bonds in 2010: Be very selective
  • Five bubbles set to burst in 2010
  • One-year clock ticking for income trusts
  • David Rosenberg: Some year-ahead prognostications
  • Greenback's slide expected to continue
  • Star stocks of the decade and Dog stocks of the decade
  • Five reasons to be bullish or bearish on markets

TD Waterhouse's chief portfolio strategist Robert Gorman was online on Monday to take your questions. Click on the Cover It Live box below to see the archived discussion. You can click here to continue the debate in our investing forums.

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Bob Gorman joined TD Asset Management in 1987 and was co-founder of the TD Family of Mutual Funds. In 1991, he established what is now TD Private Investment Counsel, which has become Canada's largest manager of private portfolios. He is now chief portfolio strategist of TD Waterhouse, which encompasses private investment counsel, private trust, private investment advice and discount brokerage.

He holds an MBA from the Ivey Business School and is a Chartered Financial Analyst.

<iframe src="" scrolling="no" height="650px" width="600px" frameBorder ="0" allowTransparency="true" ><a href="" >Investing Outlook 2010: Ask Robert Gorman</a></iframe>

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