Calling on the poor to save the rich plus the durability of the rally

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In the latest free Canadian Insider Insights newsletter, we suggest a cautious approach towards the April rally. However, we continue to believe that Canadian mid-cap stocks have an important role to play as we move through the COVID-19 pandemic.

On INK Ultra Money, we hear Vincent Deluard explain how society is essentially asking the poor and its youth to make sacrifices for the benefit of the rich and elderly. He suggests that inflation is the ultimate outcome of this ask. We also highlight a gold royalty company hitting the INK Edge screens.

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1. Sowing the seeds of inflation and intergenerational conflict - Real Vision

Understanding the way demographics drive the economy and markets is core to our coverage here at Real Vision. Vincent Deluard, director of global macro strategy at INTL FCStone, zeroes in on this theme and explains how the response to coronavirus is sowing the seeds of intergenerational conflict. As younger generations once again put their lives on hold to make sacrifices for the old, previously unthinkable policies are already rolling out with potential for lasting change as political power shifts from boomers to millennials. He also argues that political friction isn't the only risk being cultivated and cautions investors to think about the long-term risk of inflation. Filmed on April 17, 2020.


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2. Insiders adding to their positions at Abitibi Royalties - INK Research


Investors may want to consider building up some protection in case we head to a D-economy characterized by deflation. Gold royalty companies are an indirect way to get exposure to the gold price and in today's report INK Research looks at one that has popped up on the INK Edge screens.

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