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Oil Sector On A Major Buy Signal

By Jack ChanMarket OverviewNov 20, 2016 02:56AM ET
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Oil Sector On A Major Buy Signal
By Jack Chan   |  Nov 20, 2016 02:56AM ET
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Our equity/bond model - This long term reliable investing model provides investors with simple decision making in the markets:

When the model favors stocks, investors should overweigh in equities for maximum growth.

When the model favors bonds, investors should overweigh in bonds for safety.

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Our benchmark SP500 is neutral, waiting for a buy signal to confirm.

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Oil sector is on a major buy signal.

Investors can continue to accumulate oil stocks/ETFs by cost averaging and hold for the long term.

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Current investing model continues to favor bonds over equities, therefore, investors should continue to overweigh their portfolios with bonds over stocks for safety and better return.

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Oil Sector On A Major Buy Signal
 
Oil Sector On A Major Buy Signal

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Kostas Ntinos
Kostas Ntinos Nov 21, 2016 7:41PM GMT
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We understand and take home the profit and as long as this HOPEC spreads hopes, but after November 30 OPEC can become a FOPEC so short again!
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Kristofer Johansson
Kristofer Johansson Nov 21, 2016 2:14PM GMT
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Went for the assumption and now have a good trade. Thx for the update and everything else....:)
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Lloyd Zibz
Lloyd Zibz Nov 21, 2016 5:08AM GMT
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Energy stocks will spike before year end and drop early 2017. It's hard to see production being reduced permanently, when the demand is gradually declining. So one would want to drill more before it becomes worthless.
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Siva Arul
Siva Arul Nov 21, 2016 3:25AM GMT
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electric vehicles,high mileage gas vehicles,Atamic energy power stations,solar panel electric generation,green gas revolution,mass acceptance of hydrogen power vehicle in japan--- all these put hydro carbons based fuel thats crude oil obselete, may be have a little market now, its hard to last, these economies- countries better find some alternative before too late. Its my opinion.
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Ramoon Spartan
Ramoon Spartan Nov 20, 2016 6:36PM GMT
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https://investing.com admins that try to pump oil by pushing now propaganda. go back to school
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Nov 20, 2016 6:13PM GMT
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Perms bear open your mind oil may go to 70s new sherif in town little bear
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Joe Bucks
Joe_Bucks Nov 20, 2016 6:07PM GMT
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Oil price to below $40 by the year end. Can't see energy stocks rising
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