Thursday on INK Ultra Money: The cannabis 4 horsemen and the technical ingredients for an S&P breakout

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

1. The Cannabis Four Horsemen  - Real Vision (free content)

Todd Harrison, founding partner and chief investment officer of CB1 Capital Management, walks through how to take advantage of the recent volatility and liquidity concerns in the cannabis space. In this interview with Jake Merl, Harrison reviews his favorite cannabis stocks for sale, highlights the importance of the SAFE Banking Act, and notes how traders should position in the months to come. Filmed on September 24, 2019.

Harrison sees parallels to the dot.com washout

2. Will the S&P 500 Finally Breakout? - Real Vision (subscriber content

Frank Cappelleri, CMT, chief market technician at Nomura Instinet, sees the potential for a long-awaited breakout in equities. Cappelleri acknowledges that selling the breakout has been one of the best trades over the last few years, and explains why this specific breakout is different. He highlights failed breakdowns, tracks the reversals in bearish indicators like momentum verses value, and provides his price targets for the S&P 500. Filmed on September 24, 2019 in New York.

 

Is a reverse head and shoulders in the charts?

3. Who's Driving Global Yields - The Fed or the ECB?s - Real Vision (subscriber content)

Juliette Declercq, founder of JDI Research, argues that the biggest effect that extreme monetary policy has had on markets is psychological, and has resulted in a global savings glut. Declercq discusses why her outlook on global markets has changed since the beginning of the year, and demonstrates why monetary policy has not achieved the desired outcome. Considering the ECB and the Fed have doubled down on lowering rates further and “QE eternity,” Declercq reveals her forecast for yields, inflation, and equity markets. Filmed on September 19, 2019 in London.

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4. Mediagrif Interactive insiders buy as stock dips and new CEO starts  - INK Research (subscriber content)

Mediagrif Interactive Technologies (MDF) has a new CEO and a new business focus. Meanwhile, valuations are attractive, and insiders are buying.

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