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A Comment -- General Comments From an Expert Stock Symbol: A Commentary

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Date Signal Expert Opinion Price
2017-05-25 N/A Peter Imhof

Market. This is the weak period seasonally where liquidity dries up. You want to make sure you have very high conviction in the small caps you own during this period. He has a little more cash than what he would usually have. Although cautious because of the seasonality, long term he is bullish.


Price:
$0.020
Subject:
SMALL CAPS
Bias:
BULLISH
Owned:
_N/A
2017-05-25 N/A Douglas Kee

Economy. Global growth expectations a year ago were probably a little higher, but if we get global growth of 3% we are doing pretty well. The US seems to struggle to get 2% growth, Canada is less than that, Europe, the UK and Japan have picked up again, over 2%. On the other hand, China seems to be slowing. Believes Canada is the best place to be invested in, because if your assets are in Canada, you will be spending money in Canada. At this point, he would gradually put money to work into the US market.


Price:
$0.020
Subject:
CANADIAN DIVIDEND
Bias:
UNKNOWN
Owned:
_N/A
2017-05-25 COMMENT Douglas Kee

A top pick in a dividend paying oil stock for a long-term believer in oil? He has 2 stocks that he has as “adds” in his portfolio right now. Vermilion Energy (VET-T), which is a higher yielder, and Cenovus Energy (CVE-T), which is in the doghouse right now. Longer-term, he thinks that Cenovus is a good place to be. Another stock he would suggest would be Canadian Natural Resources (CNQ-T), which has a lot more free cash flow generation coming, and will probably be the fastest dividend grower over the next 2 to-3 years.


Price:
$0.020
Subject:
CANADIAN DIVIDEND
Bias:
UNKNOWN
Owned:
Unknown
2017-05-24 N/A Zachary Curry

Economy. Global growth is still there, but is starting to plateau. Positive global growth is good for commodities. There has been a good deal of growth in 2016, plateauing a bit in 2017. A “steady as she goes” market, and a “steady as she goes” economy. He is not expecting any wild swings up or down. Oil is trading in a range, anywhere from $45-$55 is a good range.


Price:
$0.020
Subject:
NORTH AMERICAN - LARGE
Bias:
UNKNOWN
Owned:
_N/A
2017-05-24 N/A Zachary Curry

US Treasury Bonds? These are viewed as one of the safest things in the world. Any time there is market uncertainty, there is usually a flock to US Treasury Bonds. The demand is there, which is why you see yields come down from the 2.5%-2.6% level to where they are now. He views that as being a bit overdone.


Price:
$0.020
Subject:
NORTH AMERICAN - LARGE
Bias:
UNKNOWN
Owned:
_N/A
2017-05-24 N/A Brian Madden

Market. The big Canadian banks are reporting this week. Bank of Montréal (BMO-T) came out with its 2nd quarter numbers today and it was a miss. Their US business was the biggest drag and you could be concerned that the other banks affiliated with the US, will have the same problem. However, they all have different mixes by both geography and line of business. Toronto Dominion (TD-T) has a slightly different business mix, with more consumer lending exposure, as does the Royal Bank (RY-T). He is not expecting huge surprises from any of them. The market expectations are running pretty hot for at least 6 months, if not a 9 month extension by OPEC on the 1st cuts that they agreed to back in November.


Price:
$0.020
Subject:
CANADIAN EQUITIES, FIXED INCOME & ASSET ALLOCATION
Bias:
UNKNOWN
Owned:
_N/A
2017-05-24 N/A Brian Madden

Canadian fixed income with US raising interest rates? Interest rates are very, very low, so anyone seeking income are hard-pressed to find competitive income. fixed income serves a dual purpose in a portfolio. First and foremost, it has to be the bedrock and the bastion of capital preservation. Secondly, you use it to generate current income. You have to walk a narrow path, because a spike in interest rates will derail return on your profile. On the other hand, having poor credit risks will also create problems. His solution would be to own high-quality investment corporate credit and keep your duration in a 2-7 year timeframe.


Price:
$0.020
Subject:
CANADIAN EQUITIES, FIXED INCOME & ASSET ALLOCATION
Bias:
UNKNOWN
Owned:
_N/A
2017-05-23 N/A Eric Nuttall

Energy. It has been a challenging year for people investing in energy. He had a good year last year, and was prepared for a better oil market than what we’ve had so far. Had felt that the drawdowns would have occurred faster. While the compliance by OPEC countries was very high, a few took advantage to send oil from their own inventories and ship them to the US. We are at the point where the cut in production should be mirrored by a cut in exports. You combine that with refineries now coming back on line, as well as the US increasing their own exports to other countries. There is still more work to do. There is a despondency among investors. He is basically all in on services, with a few US EMPs. About 80% exposed to the services. We are now at a tipping point of $50 oil in the US, where demand for services exceeds supply. You are seeing huge pricing gains with regards to sand, pressure pumping and drilling. The one area that is benefiting him the most are the US service stocks.


Price:
$0.020
Subject:
ENERGY
Bias:
BEARISH on CANADIAN MARKET
Owned:
_N/A
2017-05-23 N/A David Burrows

Energy. Recently oil rallied from $44 to $51. While that happened, there has been very little reaction on the underlying energy equities. The OPEC meeting is coming up, there are comments from Trump, but the most interesting thing is that energy production has become sort of mass manufacturing. There is a certainty today when you drill a hole. When oil prices started to rise a year ago, energy production came on strong. There is short-term noise, such as Trump saying he was going to sell off part of his strategic reserves. That was not huge in relation to the world’s supply of oil. Investors are starting to catch on that even if we do get prices rising $5, $6 a barrel, you are going to get a supply response that means it is unlikely oil goes $10-$15-$20 higher. History of periods of very low volatility happen during extremely positive markets. In the 1980s and 1990s when there were very strong equity markets, you got extended periods of very low volatility. They happened in bull markets. When you do get volatility, it tends to end very quickly, the market resets, and works its way higher again.


Price:
$0.020
Subject:
NORTH AMERICAN - LARGE
Bias:
BULLISH
Owned:
_N/A
2017-05-19 COMMENT David Driscoll

Fang stocks? Any stock that is trading greater than 30X earnings, and in some cases upwards of 75X, you have to be disciplined with your investing. Instead of throwing all your money into it, just put half of it in. If it doubles in price, you can sell half and then the rest is free. They’ve outperformed the S&P by a wide margin so far this year.


Price:
$0.020
Subject:
GLOBAL
Bias:
UNKNOWN
Owned:
Unknown
2017-05-19 N/A John Petrides

Market. Volatility is what most investors are wrestling with now. Volatility was at all-time lows for some time, and investors felt there was complacency in the market. We really only had one piece of Trump news this week. His pro-growth policies fell off the table for a couple of hours, and the market sold off pretty aggressively. Investors used that window as a buying opportunity, and there has been a come back in trading. 70% of companies have reported their results for the last trading period. Analysts were looking for a 9% earnings growth, which would have been the best since late 2011. However, it is not just looking at what stocks have done, it is what you are buying at today’s prices that you are getting from earnings. If expectations were for 9% earnings growth, if achieved, that would be the best since Q4 2011, and we are already surpassing that. That means that when looking at PE valuations, the earnings (E) part of the equation is understated, which means valuations are more attractive than what many are suggesting. With wage growth at about 2.5%, and the unemployment situation being fine, low volatility in the stock market, the Fed has to just be ecstatic with where things are right now.


Price:
$0.020
Subject:
US EQUITIES
Bias:
BULLISH
Owned:
_N/A
2017-05-19 N/A David Driscoll

Market. This had a bit of a comeback today. He guesses that people are just stepping back feeling that earnings season had been pretty good for the corporations, and if the US does ever get any their fiscal policies enacted, then they are going to be flush with cash to take advantage of M&A or to continue on with the stream they are doing in innovation. There are a lot of expectations built in going forward for 5-10 years. It is always nice to have some cash, because if you are fully invested, you get hit with the market. The growth in ETF’s, is not an issue now, but if it gets to 50% of the market, then we are going to have extreme volatility. There could be a 20% decline in any one day. Probably not now, but you just never know.


Price:
$0.020
Subject:
GLOBAL
Bias:
UNKNOWN
Owned:
_N/A
2017-05-19 N/A David Driscoll

Percentage of cash in a portfolio? In the worst markets such as 2008, the prudent amount to hold was 20%. In these markets, if they continue to rise further, you don’t want to have too much cash, because you can’t keep up with the markets. Having about 20% cash, if you are all equity, is probably the most appropriate. That way, you will have 80% invested in the market, and if the market falls off, you have cash to allocate at a better entry price.


Price:
$0.020
Subject:
GLOBAL
Bias:
UNKNOWN
Owned:
_N/A
2017-05-18 N/A Matt Kacur

Market. The latest revelations about leaks from the White House could be a trigger for equity markets to take some pain. By his valuations, the market seems really expensive. He would find stable type of companies and stick with those. Keep your powder dry and have a bit of cash to be able to move.


Price:
$0.020
Subject:
NORTH AMERICAN
Bias:
CAUTIOUS
Owned:
_N/A
2017-05-18 N/A David Cockfield

Market. The political problem certainly adds to the basic uncertainty. It is Congress that is really going to decide what happens, not Trump. In the meantime, it adds a certain degree of confusion, as to who is in charge and which way they are going. If the US economy picks up to 3% plus, we are bound to benefit.


Price:
$0.020
Subject:
CANADIAN & ETF's
Bias:
UNKNOWN
Owned:
_N/A
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