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He just bought it. Oil is uninvestable, but you can trade it. Like this. Chevron is getting into carbon capture, making ESG strides. Oil will keep moving higher though eventually will return to Earth.

integrated oils
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It had a huge run. When the pandemic ends, the prices on their shots will leap from $25 to $150-200 which is normal for booster shots. Think of the profitability and their pipeline of 34 drugs.

Pharma & Healthcare
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This week's market Monday's sell-off was quickly bought by investors. Investors think accomodative policy will continue though it was slightly hawkish this week. There are no real alternatives to stocks. At least short-term, stocks will trend higher. Watch for job numbers in coming weeks; he expects the Fed to start tapering in December. Earnings will also be a catalyst for stocks to rise.

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He's not surprised by the outflows from tech, which has been defensive this year. If Delta continues to slow and accomodative policy continues, investors will look at other places in the market for returns. KRE was below market weight. He trimmed his holding in June and jusT added to it. Cyclicals are up; financials have been flat this month, though up this past week. He likes regional banks; there's a return to loan demand.

E.T.F.'s
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It's up 23% YTD. They just announced revenue and EPS beats. They're are expanding globally. Input pricing pressure did not spread to consumers, thankfully. A must- own in the big-box retail space. Costco saw upgrades today.

department stores
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He likes cybersecurity. PA had 28% revenue growth in the last quarter. Stay long.

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This week's market The jump in interest rates from last week to now doesn't scare him, at least not yet. VolatilIty popped on Monday, a signal to him that there's blood in the streets. Evergrande wasn't a major threat, so Monday was a buying opportunity. Unless there is a bad surprise in jobs or inflation, it should be smooth sailing until the November Fed meeting. He's glad the Fed will weigh employment data before making a decision on tapering. Also, with government benefits rolling off, more jobs will arise. As the supply chain remains conStrained, inflation will remain high. Move out of tech into cyclicals? No. Evergrande, though not a new story, feed fear and uncertainty which is always there among investors.

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