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INK Canadian Insider Index falls nearly 2%, closes above 200-day moving average

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 Index appeared to run out of gas and, after stalling at 1308-1311, the Index rolled over and shed 25.82 points or nearly 2%, on its way to close at 1282.96.

Sometimes the bomb might explode without any warning

Updated October 13, 2018 (adds Tiesto video)

In the fallout from the Putin-Trump summit, we heard plenty of comparisons to the Kennedy-Khrushchev summit in 1961 which the then US president described as the "worst thing in my life." While we would be surprised if Mr. Trump felt the same way about the Helsinki summit, the comparisons with 1961 did get us reminiscing about the cold war, perhaps prodded by finding ourselves in the throes of a global trade war.

INK Canadian Insider Index ticks 1317.05, closes at 1308.78

Thank you for joining us in a weekly technical look at the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index. Early in the week, the Index bolted nearly 20 points higher and closed at its week high of 1317.05. Despite retracing some of those gains, the Index managed to close above the key 1300 level every day of the week for the first time in a month and gained 11.6 points or nearly 1%.

INK Canadian Insider Index holds key support, awaits further US dollar weakness

Thank you for joining us in a weekly technical look at the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index. The Index had another week of what I would consider a continued sideways consolidation. The Index made a push higher but was turned back at a high of 1304.89 and ended the week down a nominal 3.47 points at 1297.20.

INK Canadian Insider Index slips to 1300.67 ahead of Canada Day

Thank you for joining us in a weekly technical look at the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index. Despite appearing ripe for an advance based on the Index hugging the 1300 area for a couple of weeks in a row, the Index slipped last week. The INK CIN fell as much as 22 points to 1288.60 on an intraday basis (a shade below its lower Bollinger band), before scrambling to finish the week at 1300.67 for a loss of 12 points or nearly 1%.

As Trump plays with trade fire, brace for a hot summer

Perhaps everything is going to turn out just fine. The American tactic of slapping new tariffs on just about every country in the world of consequence could turn out to be a brilliant negotiating strategy. Tariffs could end up forcing America's friends and foes to come to the table to cut historic deals of substance. Canada, Europe, Japan, and Mexico may all agree to lower trade barriers and tariffs on America's terms while Beijing finds common ground on the issue of technology transfer with Washington. This could all turn out to be one big summer of love, albeit tough love.

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INK Canadian Insider Index awaits US dollar top

Thank you for joining us in a weekly technical look at the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index. The Index had a quiet week of consolidation, twice pulling back to the low 1300s (and Bollinger band midpoint) where it also bounced twice before closing at 1312.32 for a loss of 1.83 points.

INK Canadian Insider Index holds near all-time highs

Thank you for joining us in a weekly technical look at the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index. The Index began last week by sprinting to a brand new, all-time closing high at 1318.82, though it could not quite forge its way through 1320 when it topped out at 1319.43 and drifted down slightly to close at 1314.15. In all, the INK CIN held onto a gain of 6.28 points and has built a gain of 1.4% over the last 2 weeks.

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