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INK Canadian Insider Index grinds higher to 1091.11

by Nicholas Winton

Thank you for joining us in a weekly technical look at the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index. Last week, the INK Canadian Insider Index was fairly flat, though it did briefly make a new three-week intraday-high early on Friday at 1096.40. For the week, it closed 2 points higher at 1091.11.

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Canadian Western Bank (CWB) has notable insider buying
Darrell Robert Jones, a Senior Officer, acquired 3,250 Common Shares ...
Last updated: Monday, January 21, 1:52 am

Top Buys and Sells Past Week

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Winner's Circle

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Great Bear Resources Ltd. (GBR)
Subindustry: Junior natural resource -- Mining
On October 2, 2018, we highlighted strong net insider buying at Great Bear Resources (GBR) in our Morning INK Report. The stock has moved up 56.50% since the report date, and insiders have been net sellers of 100,000 shares. Visit the company page to see who has been active.
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Energy will be key for Canadian investors and politicians in 2019

by INK Staff

In his latest Howe Street interview with Jim Goddard, INK Research CEO Ted Dixon sees the Energy sector as being key to the fortunes of both Canadian investors and politicians in 2019. Based on INK's indicators he also sees a period of consolidation ahead for Canadian stocks. Meanwhile, in the United States investors seem inclined to favour high-priced growth stocks again. We are seeing some of that in Canada too, as cannabis stocks enjoy renewed investor interest despite the risks.

INK Energy Report: Turnaround time in the Canadian oil patch?