Pipelines may benefit oil-related industries in 2013.
Despite a struggling economy, there were still some big winners on Wall Street in 2012, and experts forecast big rebounds in 2013.
The S&P grew by 13% last year while investors in Sprint Nextel, Whirlpool and even Bank of America saw shares double.
KTRH money man Pat Shinn says many companies went from worst-to-first and vice versa last year.
"What we learned was that no one single group, no one particular stock does the very best over time, the winners rotate," Shinn tells KTRH News.
Shinn says 2013 could be the same, as Best Buy, Apple and others look to rebound. Many oil-related companies also could benefit from new pipelines slated for construction this year.
"National Oilwell Varco, their stock was down 17% in the fourth quarter, so maybe we'll see a bounce there," he says.