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Canadian Insider Club members see morning stock soar 200% within 3 weeks

In Insights this week, we explain why the old BOY playbook of the Bernanke, Obama and Yellen years is quickly being made obsolete by the forces of COVID-19, politics, and the debt-saddled global economy. Instead of chasing dividend stocks for yield, investors will likely be better off seeking to hedge inflation with Canadian insider stocks. Meanwhile, we show how insiders can help guide investors through the tricky but promising speculative junior mining market.

For example, a battery metals stock slipped beneath the radar screens of many investors earlier this month, but not Canadian Club members who had the opportunity to achieve 200% gains in less than 3 weeks.

Some gold miners will outshine others under inflation

A rising gold price may not lift all mining boats. INK featured Ontario-focused Pure Gold Mining (PGM) in today's morning report as a junior that could keep sailing even if there is an inflationary G-economy tide. Watch the free video summary:

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INK Canadian Insider Index edges higher as silver and platinum soar

Thank you for joining us in a weekly technical look at the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index. Last week, the INK CIN rose 3.7 points to finish at 989.8 and has moved up 3.3% over the past 3 weeks.

INK Ultra Money: Gold stocks for Millennials and three big uses of bitcoin

When Ed Harrison interviewed David Rosenberg early this year, the Bay Street economist recommended a barbell approach with long bonds on one end and gold on the other. In the July 23rd Real Vision Daily Briefing, Tyler Neville modifies that theme for Millennials suggesting their barbell should have gold stocks on the one hand and innovative companies on the other.

The Fed will keep printing money (free video)

INK does its part in providing gold stock trading ideas today with a look at a California-focused junior miner which is trading off its 52-week highs.

INK Ultra Money: Investing like it is 2023 - Tech and silver

Today, on INK Ultra Money we hear from Stanley Druckenmiller understudy Beeneet Kothari who specializes in global technology investments. He believes investors are investing like it is 2023 and dispassionately suggests we are in a multi-decade technology era. When asked to name a stock he likes, he serves up a contrarian idea which we suspect is not a Kyle Bass holding. Watch the premium interview here.

INK Canadian Insider Index rises 1.4% as silver continues surge

Thank you for joining us in a weekly technical look at the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index. Last week, the Index moved up 14.23 points or 1.4% to close at 986.10, making for a nice 3% gain over the past two weeks.

Insights: Has the helicopter left the tarmac?

In this week's Insights newsletter, we look at the roaring Venture market and the role that American helicopter money is likely to play in markets going forward. Our clip of the week features a junior miner that has exploded on the upside since our July 3rd report and our insider of the week is the CEO of a battery metals stock that is been on a charge since we first wrote about it. Click here to read.

Is Helicopter Money already here?

In my latest Howe Street interview, I attempt to explain how the Fed and Treasury have already launched helicopter money via their special purpose vehicle (SPV) that is being used to inject US$750 billion into the credit markets. I explain how the SPV fits into Bernanke's helicopter money framework which he outlined in 2016.

INK Ultra Money: No Fed exit and the Lassonde mining curve

"Throw out the old rulebook," advises Christophe Ollari, founder of Ollari Consulting. In a Real Vision interview Tuesday, he makes the case that we have entered a period of no turning back for central banks. He argues that normalization will not be possible, and I agree. We were assuming as much when we suggested in our market report Monday that we were approaching a period of helicopter money. In fact, the helicopters already seem to be in the air which I hope to discuss in my interview tomorrow on

INK Canadian Insider Index adds 1.6% as silver sizzles and copper dazzles

Thank you for joining us in a weekly technical look at the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index. Last week, the Index gained 15.15 points and rose 1.6% to close at 971.87.


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