Energy markets look to be in a long term bull market with continued strength in oil prices fueling additional exploration. Real Estate prices for residential housing are rising faster than rents. Likely rents will play catch up in 2022. Sector rotation towards quality and low volatility is taking place since the Federal Reserve has began Read more ➝
We highlighted this US oil producer as a short term trade recently, but now provide a more long-term, in-depth outlook on its bullish prospects.
One of the world’s largest and most diversified alternative asset managers with significant revenue streams from utilities, REITs, oil and gas provides a good entry point.
Assuming the world economy is entering a period of global stagflation and/or accelerating inflation, investments in economies that are closest to the earliest stages of supply chains – ones that have direct exposure to oil and commodities – look most attractive.
A long standing bear case has eroded sentiment in this once loved oil stock. After latest earnings, the CEO says the environment is changing. A re-rating in the stock is likely.
Macroeconomic charts say industrials will do well. China and US push limits and fears of trade wars and currency problems. Oil remains strong, as seasonality supports more large cap strength.
Oil and the energy sector have been beat up in September. Is there value there? Meanwhile, healthcare is being reviatalized. The tech sell off may be over for awhile, as markets show signs of being oversold.
This week we review how US real negative interest rates have pressured the USD while giving strength to the Euro and some emerging market currencies and sovereign debt. We look at commodities, FAANG stocks, china and even Vietnam.
Oil prices usually enter a weak period starting in September. Is it playable? Seasonality holds true this year so far. Trades in defensive sectors doing well so far.
Developed markets are more correlated with oil than Emerging Markets. Russia and Gulf states are not as correlated to oil as many investors think.