The domestic economy is expected to grow in 2015, led by the housing, labour and consumer sectors.

Read: When inflation comes, which market’s best?

Still, investors may face some challenges, say Canadian and U.S. experts, especially if they’re looking for global exposure. While interest rates will start to inch up across North America, for example, sluggish growth in major countries such as China and Japan may subdue returns.

Read: Downside risks grow as stocks grind upward

At the same time, the resource-heavy TSX may continue to underperform the U.S. market. To help clients craft and tweak portfolios, share the following articles.

Equity investors must look beyond North America: Brandes

4 investment tips for 2015

Investment predictions by TIGER 21 members, and TIGER 21’s favourites list

How new investors can buy into an expensive market

Beware dividend growth stocks

5 tips to help real estate investors prepare for downturn

Focus on earnings over GDP growth, for more on emerging markets

Dividend yields trending upward

Why to monitor energy trends

Will oil prices keep plummeting?

Will Canada outperform in 2015?