Video Summary: Using INK Edge signals in junior mining

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Here is the video summary of the August 16th INK Morning report where we explain how INK Edge outlook signals can help speculators manage their junior mining positions. We use Metallis Resources ( MTS) as an example.

For more background on our INK Edge outlook, please watch our short video or visit our FAQ #5 at INKResearch.com.

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Over the next few months we can expect a steady stream of drill results to be released from junior miners. While INK Edge outlook signals do not provide direct insight into the economic viability of an exploration project, they can provide some assistance to speculators in managing exposures to junior mining names.

The INK Edge outlook ranks a stock based on the quantitative criteria of valuations, insider commitment and price momentum.

The outlook can provide confirmation of a fundamental view on an exploration project. For example, if you are a speculator and after reading research report you believe a project’s geology has a high potential of success, check the stock’s INK Edge outlook.

If it is sunny, it reinforces the optimistic view. A mostly sunny outlook also reinforces the view, but not as strongly. If the outlook is mixed, cloudy or rainy, there is no INK Edge confirmation.

Ideally, the INK Edge outlook should align with your conviction level towards a stock. If they are not in sync, you should probably re-assess the overall weight of that stock in your portfolio.

As an example, on June 13th we wrote about insider buying at Metallis Resources. The stock is up more than 50% since that time, but its INK Edge outlook ranking is now alternating between mixed and mostly sunny. As such, the signal would be consistent with a relatively modest position in an overall speculative portfolio.

Our report which is not a recommendation to buy or sell securities is available through INKResearch.com or the Canadian Insider Club.  Good luck friends and thanks for listening!

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