Which stocks will rise in the wake of the global financial crisis?

The stock market is still recovering from the 2008-09 financial crisis, but stocks in industries ranging from banking and insurance to technology have been hitting record highs in recent months.

But some investors worry that the markets are being held back by too much reliance on technology and artificial intelligence.

More From CNBC MoreFrom CNBC The tech sector has also been the focus of the financial crisis.

It has seen an explosion in venture capital, which has pumped billions of dollars into companies like Uber and Airbnb.

The tech sector also has benefited from a sharp drop in energy prices and a recent spike in consumer spending.

In other sectors, Wall Street has been hit hard.

U.S. banks have been hammered by the recession, while European banks have also been hit by falling oil prices.

Wall Street’s outlook for the next few years is also uncertain.

“There is an enormous amount of uncertainty right now,” said Michael Berenson, a portfolio manager at the Boston-based brokerage Cantor Fitzgerald.

“The Fed has said they’re going to be increasing rates at some point in the next year.

And that’s an enormous opportunity for the industry to reemerge.”

The Dow Jones Industrial Average has gained about 200 points over the past year.

The S&P 500 has risen about 100 points.

The Nasdaq Composite Index is up more than 3 percent.