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Gasoline futures ETF? Generally speaking, about half the demand for oi (excluding aviation and road transport) is consumer driven. He would not be buying into this presently. He would prefer to look for good quality individual companies rather than broad baskets like these.

(A Top Pick Feb 20/13. Down 8.24%.) This has one of the strongest seasonal patterns that is available in markets. It is from the end of January until the big weekend in May in the US. On average, the price of gasoline goes up 20%. He is predicting that the price of gasoline, based on what has happened in the past and where we are going this year, will be $1.50 per litre in Toronto by May. Demand is there and the chart is positive. This particular trade has worked 14 out of the last 15 periods. This is a Buy right now.


(A Top Pick March 2/12. Up 13.85%.) This is a great one for a retail investor but for the size of fund that he runs, it is too small. This seasonal trade has been very consistent over the years.


Tracks the price of gasoline and consists of a futures contract plus a short-term note. He is looking for the price of gasoline in southern Ontario to go from around $1.32 up to $1.54 by early this summer. Some US refiners have shut down permanently as well as other refiners that are not coming up as expected this time of year.


(A Top Pick March 2/12. Up 1.91%.) (Note: His Picks are never on a 52-week basis but on a short-term seasonal basis. However all 3 of his picks failed as seasonal trades. He liquidated all 3 around the beginning of April when the technicals started to turn negative.

(Top Pick Mar 2/12, Down 6.46%) Normally gasoline does well from end of January until Memorial day weekend. It started off really well until the first week in April, then started to under perform. Seasonality ended a little earlier than usual.
U.S. Gasoline Fund ETF. The period of seasonal strength is from the middle of February until the end of May. (Summer driving season.) Average gains for the last 10 periods have been 24.8%. This is a good year in particular because there has been a shutdown of major capacity for US gasoline production. There has just been a peaking of gasoline inventory levels in the last few days. (Expecting Ontario gasoline to reach $1.47 by the end of the May.)
From the end of January to the end of April the trades worked for 9 out of the last 10 periods. Average returns 22.6%. Refiners are changing over from making heating oil to gasoline. Also doing inventory. That’s the period gasoline inventories start to come down. (Hasn’t bought yet. Waiting for the market to start correcting.)
US gasoline. Longer-term prospects are good. In the near term you might get some backing and filling. It's a decent position to be in.
The big thing with seasonality is that you buy before the seasonal impact takes place. Technically, the chart looks very good but on seasonality, he is expecting there will be some weakness. The one thing not factored in, will people be making adjustments on their driving habits this year. Would start getting out of this position now.
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