Real Money Contributor Dan Dicker talks with TheStreet's Stephanie Link about Canadian oil stocks and explains why they have not yet participated in the huge rally of other, particularly U.S. based, exploration and production companies. The delay in approving the build-out of the Keystone pipeline has been a big psychological roadblock, says Dicker, but with U.S. oil stocks soaring and oil prices remaining high, Canadian oil stocks are starting to look like terrific value.
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