* Canadian equity strategists tout replacement cycle * Consumers need new cars, companies need new equipment * Uncertainty means growth could be gradual, over 3-4 years By Andrea Hopkins Oct 16 (Reuters) - Strategists at two of Canada's top independent wealth managers say the time may be right to invest in companies that make cars, consumer durables and even industrial equipment like rail cars, as aging fleets and inventories spur a ...
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