Sector-rotation strategy favours cyclical stocks, Canoe manager says

Rob Taylor shifts away from interest-sensitive sectors.

Diana Cawfield 24 November, 2016 | 6:00PM
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Cyclical stocks are likely to lead the market higher in 2017, says Rob Taylor, senior vice-president and portfolio manager at Canoe Financial LP. He predicts that the key to outperformance will be stock picking and sector rotation from higher-yielding defensive stocks to more cyclical fare.

Taylor, lead manager of Canoe Equity Class, sees 2016 as a transition year, following a tough couple of years of plummeting oil prices and a significant market downturn. "We feel that we are in the middle of a recovery," says Taylor, "likely in the fourth or fifth inning of the market move."

Anticipating a recovery, the stock market has started to move higher even though we haven't necessarily seen the global economy improve to any significant degree as yet, Taylor adds.

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