New Monday on INK Ultra Money: Will Dhaliwal, Ginn and Hughes hit the mark with Gatling?

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Here is what's new today on INK Ultra Money.

1. Will Dhaliwal, Ginn and Hughes hit the mark with Gatling?- INK Research

This morning the INK Top 20 Gold Report is in focus with its theme on stocks with relatively low share counts. One of the stocks making it into the list this month is Gatling Exploration (GTR). INK Research takes a look at the share structure, management team and the latest drilling results.


The INK Sept. 16 Morning Report in 90 seconds

This is premium content available to INK Research subscribers. However, we have also posted a free version on our YouTube channel. There is also an audio download available below.

2.What Investors Are Missing About China - Real Vision

The news is full of stories about China. Whether it’s trade wars, African Swine Fever, or the Hong Kong protests, AK and the experts drill down on what all the noise is building up to and what the endgame for China might be.

A Real Vision take on what's ahead for China


3. How to Save the Euro - Real Vision

Thomas Mayer, founder and managing director of the Flossbach von Storch Research Institute, speaks to Ed Harrison about the impact that the creation of the European Union has had on the precarious economic conditions in Europe. Mayer outlines the unsustainable dynamic of the cross-border bank deposits between the central banks of EU member states like Germany and Italy. He also makes the argument that digitalizing the euro might be the solution to the problems facing Europe’s monetary union. Filmed on August 30, 2019 in Cologne, Germany.

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4. Learning How to Spot Turning Points - Real Vision

Milton Berg, CIO of Milton Berg Advisors, talks to Grant Williams about his discovery of technical analysis after being one of the first one thousand people to earn the CFA charter. Realizing the need to find an edge, Berg combined his own self-guided understanding of financial markets and his skeptical thoughts on the lessons of Benjamin Graham to build an investment process. This clip is excerpted from a video published on Real Vision on July 12, 2019 entitled “The Turning Point Master.”

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