BMO S&P/TSX Oil & Gas ETF

ZEO-T

Analysis and Opinions about ZEO-T

Signal
Opinion
Expert
BUY
BUY
April 16, 2019
He likes ZEO's equal weighted in energy. But also look at HOG-T which is midstream oil with a very different set of companies. Buy both, in fact. HOG also pays a 4.5% yield, slightly lower than ZEO's.
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He likes ZEO's equal weighted in energy. But also look at HOG-T which is midstream oil with a very different set of companies. Buy both, in fact. HOG also pays a 4.5% yield, slightly lower than ZEO's.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 2, 2019
Equal weight. It has all the majors. Every time he buys it he loses money. When we have a national energy policy he would buy it. For now, no.
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Equal weight. It has all the majors. Every time he buys it he loses money. When we have a national energy policy he would buy it. For now, no.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
March 12, 2019
(A Top Pick Nov 23/17, Down 14%) Canadian oil has been beaten up since Nov. 2017. Oil investors are frustrated. ZEO is equal-weighted, so it's biased towards mid-caps.
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(A Top Pick Nov 23/17, Down 14%) Canadian oil has been beaten up since Nov. 2017. Oil investors are frustrated. ZEO is equal-weighted, so it's biased towards mid-caps.
BUY
BUY
January 29, 2019
A Canadian oil ETF? ZEO offers better diversification than XEG, or especially HOG-T which focusses on energy midstreams (storage and transportation of oil/gas) with little overlap to the other two ETFs. Own ZEO and HOG. If you don't care about risk, then go for ZEO only.
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A Canadian oil ETF? ZEO offers better diversification than XEG, or especially HOG-T which focusses on energy midstreams (storage and transportation of oil/gas) with little overlap to the other two ETFs. Own ZEO and HOG. If you don't care about risk, then go for ZEO only.
COMMENT
COMMENT
November 23, 2018
ZEO-T vs XEG-T ETF – The difference between these two is concentration. The XEG is dominated 50% between CNQ-T and SU-T. In the equal weight portfolio (ZEO) these represent only 17%. There is a higher yield with XEG.
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ZEO-T vs XEG-T ETF – The difference between these two is concentration. The XEG is dominated 50% between CNQ-T and SU-T. In the equal weight portfolio (ZEO) these represent only 17%. There is a higher yield with XEG.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
October 15, 2018

(Past Top Pick Oct.10, 2017, Down 7%) Sold it and immediately also sold XEG, both being Canadian oil ETFs, because he sees no pipelines being built in Canada. The current $50 spread between WCS and WTI is crazy, nuts. Canadian taxpayers are losing money. It's absolute madness.

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(Past Top Pick Oct.10, 2017, Down 7%) Sold it and immediately also sold XEG, both being Canadian oil ETFs, because he sees no pipelines being built in Canada. The current $50 spread between WCS and WTI is crazy, nuts. Canadian taxpayers are losing money. It's absolute madness.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
August 28, 2018

Play it with puts and calls. It's stuck in a tight range with only one spike above $12 which he doubts it'll crack again soon. This ETF doesn't move enough for him, so he'd rather own the individual oil stocks.

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Play it with puts and calls. It's stuck in a tight range with only one spike above $12 which he doubts it'll crack again soon. This ETF doesn't move enough for him, so he'd rather own the individual oil stocks.

HOLD
HOLD
July 6, 2018

Sell or keep holding? The disconnect between price of oil and price of producers can only last so long. Seems totally irrational. Some think that fossil fuels are a thing of the past. Eventually the market sorts out these disconnects. In the next couple of quarters, these stocks should move up.

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Sell or keep holding? The disconnect between price of oil and price of producers can only last so long. Seems totally irrational. Some think that fossil fuels are a thing of the past. Eventually the market sorts out these disconnects. In the next couple of quarters, these stocks should move up.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
November 23, 2017

The mega caps dominate the index. When you go equal weight in the sector you get more of a small cap return.

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The mega caps dominate the index. When you go equal weight in the sector you get more of a small cap return.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
October 10, 2017

(No comments, other than comparable ETF’s that could be looked at.)

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(No comments, other than comparable ETF’s that could be looked at.)

HOLD
HOLD
September 18, 2017

In the next couple of months there may be a little more upside. At the beginning of the year the stocks were overpriced. He is going to trim when it gets back to the high end of its trading range. Don’t add to it now but you could buy on pullbacks.

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In the next couple of months there may be a little more upside. At the beginning of the year the stocks were overpriced. He is going to trim when it gets back to the high end of its trading range. Don’t add to it now but you could buy on pullbacks.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
September 1, 2017

(A Top Pick Aug 4/16. Down 10.32%.) This looks like it is pretty close to a bottom now. It is probably not a bad buy here, but he is also hearing about oil slipping back down to $42.

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(A Top Pick Aug 4/16. Down 10.32%.) This looks like it is pretty close to a bottom now. It is probably not a bad buy here, but he is also hearing about oil slipping back down to $42.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
August 8, 2017

(A Top Pick Aug 4/16. Down 7.48%.)

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(A Top Pick Aug 4/16. Down 7.48%.)

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 12, 2017

He was buying the energy sector last week. Now it is his biggest overweight sector. If you go back 5 years, the lows of 2011/12 were in the $12 range. Oil was on its way up to $100. When oil was $100, this ETF was almost $18 at the peak. The recent peak was $13 as oil was at $55 late last year. That is not really that sustainable. Own it between $11 and $12 and buy or sell below or above these limits. He is not inclined to add to it here.

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He was buying the energy sector last week. Now it is his biggest overweight sector. If you go back 5 years, the lows of 2011/12 were in the $12 range. Oil was on its way up to $100. When oil was $100, this ETF was almost $18 at the peak. The recent peak was $13 as oil was at $55 late last year. That is not really that sustainable. Own it between $11 and $12 and buy or sell below or above these limits. He is not inclined to add to it here.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
August 4, 2016

He likes the equal weight approach. He is looking for a trade here. You could see a bit of a lift on this one.

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He likes the equal weight approach. He is looking for a trade here. You could see a bit of a lift on this one.

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