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Takeaway: Current Investing Ideas: BNNY, CCL, FDX, FXB, GHL, HCA, MD, NKE, RH, SBUX, TROW and WWW

In light of the holiday shortened trading week, we have chosen to highlight three timely, topical and potentially profitable investment ideas below that we sent out recently to our institutional clients. We will resume our usual stock updates next week.

We would like to take a moment to thank you for making all that we have set out to achieve here at Hedgeye possible. We’re going on 6 years since the founding of our firm. You have helped us create 50 jobs in America. More to come. For that we are grateful.

Enjoy your holiday weekend.

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Gold: Is It Time To Get Back In On The Long Side?

Right now may be a bit early, but gold is shaping up to be a compelling long idea heading into 2014 according to Hedgeye's Macro Team. Since the start of November, Keith has been trading gold with a bullish bias in our Real-Time Alerts signaling product. This is a marked shift from having traded gold with a largely bearish bias since late 2011. All told, we think a waning threat of tapering, at the margins, is likely to serve as a positive catalyst for the price of gold.


E-Cigs at the Thanksgiving Table

We continue to express great excitement in the growth prospects for the e-cigs, despite its current diminutive size (~ 1% of the $800B global tobacco market).  We expect consumer interest in and investment behind e-cigs to grow, especially following “Big Tobacco’s” entrance into the category.  We think e-cigs demonstrate truly disruptive and compelling innovation and are bullish on the U.S. and global runways for the category.


#Rates-Rising: A Current Look At Rate Sensitivity Across Financials

Our Financials Sector Team led by Josh Steiner and Jonathan Casteleyn present their latest thinking about rate sensitivity across the Financials sector. Rates will be your best friend or worst enemy. Steiner and Casteleyn look across the FIG sector for the names with the most quantified exposure, + or -, to rates.


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