BMO S&P/TSX Oil & Gas ETF

ZEO-T

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COMMENT
July 22, 2014

Actually iUnits S&P/TSX Capped Energy (XEG-T) has done much better, simply because Canadian Natural Resources (CNQ-T) and Suncor (SU-T), which are 30%-40% of the index, did so well over the last 6 months. As the energy business continues to do well, the gains will become more evenly distributed. Owning something like this in addition to, or instead of XEG would be the way to go if you like energy.

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Actually iUnits S&P/TSX Capped Energy (XEG-T) has done much better, simply because Canadian Natural Resources (CNQ-T) and Suncor (SU-T), which are 30%-40% of the index, did so well over the last 6 months. As the energy business continues to do well, the gains will become more evenly distributed. Owning something like this in addition to, or instead of XEG would be the way to go if you like energy.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
June 13, 2014

Charting it against iShares MSCI World Index Fund (XWD-T) for a comparison. Chart shows that the BMO product is a relative outperformance from February on.

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Charting it against iShares MSCI World Index Fund (XWD-T) for a comparison. Chart shows that the BMO product is a relative outperformance from February on.

BUY
BUY
March 24, 2014

Equally weighted. 3.2% yield. Better than one stock.

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Equally weighted. 3.2% yield. Better than one stock.

WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
November 27, 2013

An equal weighted ETF. He would buy equal weighted over market weighted any day. Looking at oil in North America, there are so many moving parts. There is a worldwide backlash against our oil sands. We have pipelines that need to go east, west and south and none of them are going anywhere. There are rail issues. There is a game changer that the US will be the world’s largest producer by 2015. He would not be taking a huge position in this. 3.2% yield. (See Top Picks.)

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An equal weighted ETF. He would buy equal weighted over market weighted any day. Looking at oil in North America, there are so many moving parts. There is a worldwide backlash against our oil sands. We have pipelines that need to go east, west and south and none of them are going anywhere. There are rail issues. There is a game changer that the US will be the world’s largest producer by 2015. He would not be taking a huge position in this. 3.2% yield. (See Top Picks.)

WAIT
WAIT
May 6, 2013

Will outperform XEG shorter term. Wait for a correction to get in.

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Will outperform XEG shorter term. Wait for a correction to get in.

BUY
BUY
May 6, 2011
S&P/TSX Oil & Gas ETF. This is a matter of what you think oil and gas is going to do. Has no issue with this. He prefers the S&P/TSX Energy ETF (XEG-T) as he likes the liquidity and the options.
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S&P/TSX Oil & Gas ETF. This is a matter of what you think oil and gas is going to do. Has no issue with this. He prefers the S&P/TSX Energy ETF (XEG-T) as he likes the liquidity and the options.
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TOP PICK
March 18, 2011
(Top Pick Feb 3/10, Up 27.38%) Seasonality is from Jan to end of May. He likes the fact that it is equality weighted in oil stocks. Seasonally oil stocks are stronger in Canada from January until mid-June at the annual conference in Calgary. This is the last of the good news for the year, so sell.
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(Top Pick Feb 3/10, Up 27.38%) Seasonality is from Jan to end of May. He likes the fact that it is equality weighted in oil stocks. Seasonally oil stocks are stronger in Canada from January until mid-June at the annual conference in Calgary. This is the last of the good news for the year, so sell.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
January 27, 2011
(A Top Pick Feb 3/10. Up 14.2%.) S&P/TSX Oil & Gas ETF. Technicals turned negative at the end of April when he took his profits.
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(A Top Pick Feb 3/10. Up 14.2%.) S&P/TSX Oil & Gas ETF. Technicals turned negative at the end of April when he took his profits.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
December 10, 2010
(A Top Pick Feb 3/10. Up 9.67%.) S&P/TSX equal weighted Oil & Gas ETF. Seasonality was from Feb 25 to May 9.
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(A Top Pick Feb 3/10. Up 9.67%.) S&P/TSX equal weighted Oil & Gas ETF. Seasonality was from Feb 25 to May 9.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
August 27, 2010
(A Top Pick Feb 3/10. Up about 10% as of May 9th when it was to be sold.) S&P/TSX equal weighted Oil & Gas ETF.
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(A Top Pick Feb 3/10. Up about 10% as of May 9th when it was to be sold.) S&P/TSX equal weighted Oil & Gas ETF.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
April 30, 2010
(A Top Pick Feb 3/10. Up 5.7%.) S&P/TSX equal weighted oil and gas ETF. Likes the equally weighted ETF's as they give you a broad overview of what is happening in a particular sector. We are in the middle of the seasonal strength for this sector.
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(A Top Pick Feb 3/10. Up 5.7%.) S&P/TSX equal weighted oil and gas ETF. Likes the equally weighted ETF's as they give you a broad overview of what is happening in a particular sector. We are in the middle of the seasonal strength for this sector.
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TOP PICK
February 3, 2010
S&P/TSX equal weighted Oil & Gas ETF. Seasonality is from Feb 25 to May 9. 14 of the last 15 periods averaged 13.7% return. Also likes S&P/TSX Oil & Gas ETF (XEG-T) but it is capitalized weighted with the largest position being Suncor (SU-T), probably the weakest of all the energy stocks.
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S&P/TSX equal weighted Oil & Gas ETF. Seasonality is from Feb 25 to May 9. 14 of the last 15 periods averaged 13.7% return. Also likes S&P/TSX Oil & Gas ETF (XEG-T) but it is capitalized weighted with the largest position being Suncor (SU-T), probably the weakest of all the energy stocks.
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