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US transports insider sentiment is sinking again

In our March 27th INK subscriber US market update, we noted the divergence in insider sentiment between the Oil & Gas Exploration and Production (E&P) industry and the Industrials sector. The former was behaving in a bullish fashion and remained at a healthy level with our indicator above 100%. That means there are more stocks in the group with key insider buying that selling. In contrast, sentiment in the Industrials was depressed, with our sector indicator in the danger zone below 20%. Industrials insiders were taking money off the table while E&P insiders were adding to their positions.

US transportation stock insider sentiment is at a depressed level

The Industrials sector is home of transportation stocks, a group followed by many market participants. Drilling down to this industry level, we see that insiders in transportation stocks are in profit-taking mode. In fact, our Transportation Indicator is back to the depressed levels we saw early last fall, right around the time the iShares Dow Jones Transportation ETF (IYT) peaked.

Energy poised to assume Canadian market leadership from pot stocks

In my Valentine's Day interview with Jim Goddard, I make the case that Energy stocks led by Cenovus (CVE) are likely going to start pulling their weight in the Canadian market. That would be a welcome development for Canadian investors because our indicators are also suggesting that the recent marijuana stock rally is in the final stages. Based on American insider activity, I also make an out-of-consensus call on bond yields.

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