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INK Ultra Money: When stocks trade like commodities during a summer of complacency

On Monday and Tuesday we heard from two outstanding guests on Real Vision. Milton Berg, Founder and CIO of Milton Berg Advisors, joined Ed Harrison yesterday to highlight a series of bullish signals that are flashing for stocks. There is only one problem. The signals are late. That has led Berg to wonder if US stocks are now trading more like commodities than equities.

On Tuesday, we had one my favourite guests, volatility master Charlie McElligot, managing director for cross-asset strategy at Nomura Global Markets.

INK Ultra Money Free: Canadian oil & gas is on fire, what's next?

The Fed's not-QE T-bill buying programming which started in mid-October screamed commodity inflation to us. As we have written in many of our research notes over the past two months, we predicted that in contrast to Bernanke's old-school bond buying QE, Powell's money-market focused not-QE would have more of a punch for commodity inflation.

Our attention immediately zeroed in on neglected, if not hated, Canadian oil patch stocks. Low oil & gas prices and gloomy chatter about Alberta separatism was already providing a nice contrarian setup for Canadian oil patch stocks. Then came the Fed and not-QE. That was all we needed to go all-in on Canadian oil & gas.

Fed T-bill buying is a greenlight for commodities

Since getting the Fed's not-QE green light we have highlighted 10 oil & gas stocks in our morning reports for Canadian Club members and INK subscribers.

Insights: Back to basics

The reflation trade got a shot in the arm ahead of a big Fed meeting Tuesday and Wednesday. We tackle the question of whether the rally can last in this week's edition of Insights. Meanwhile, our Broadcast of the Week sets the stage for the long-awaited decision by Ottawa on the fate of the Trans Mountain pipeline. Finally, our insider of the week has been buying up shares in an oil patch company that just announced a big buyback program. Click here to read.

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