INK Ultra Money: Will auto sales ramp up as the US dollar gears down?

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Today, INK Research makes the case that the consumer's old romantic flame with the automobile could reignite as North Americans head back to work. If so, AutoCanada (ACQ) could benefit. The stock is trading right at its 200-day moving average. Contrarians might want to kick the tires of this opportunity.


Meanwhile, in a surprising Real Vision interview Julian Brigden of MI2 Partners turns bearish on the dollar.
He has been working with Raoul Pal at Global Macro Investors, a firm which has been noted for its bullish dollar stance. Julian makes the case that the dollar cycle is about to turn down due to a variety of factors including the wobbly shale oil industry.  That will have big implications for which stocks outperform (spoiler, it is not what worked in the last decade). Watch this dollar turning point premium video here.
 
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