New on INK Ultra Money Free: Alt oil

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This week on INK Ultra Money Free we released two video report summaries featuring stocks which take an alternative approach to making money from energy. In Making money in the oil patch darkness INK looks at recent insider buying at Alimentation Couche-Tard (ATD.B).

The bright side of oil's slide

When we highlighted the stock in our February 4th report, it had just pulled back from an all-time high.

We suggested that the stock could climb higher if oil prices continued to be volatile. As it turns, that is what has been happening. In fact, the stock opened at a new all-time high Friday before pulling back on the day. You can now download the report which was first made available to INK subscribers and Canadian Insider Club members. Look for the paper clip in the bottom control bar of the video for your free download. Saturday's Who is Buying and Selling feature in the Globe and Mail is also based on the February 4th report.

In the video summary of our January 24th report summary Green contrarians in transit to growth, we highlight how GreenPower Motor Company (GPV) stock had been going downhill over the past 6 months even as sales have been accelerating. Insiders saw the reduced price as their ticket to hop on board.

California is the first stop for growth

The company is first focusing on the California market where the state government has been leading the charge in reducing carbon emissions through policies like the HVIP (Hybrid and Zero-emission truck and bus voucher incentive project).

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Disclosure: At least one INK employee owns shares in GreenPower Motor.

 

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