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All normal as Canadian stocks break out

What a difference a week can make. All summer the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian (CIN) Insider Index had been trading in a range between 1,150 and 1,180. It was never able to fully break free of its 200-day moving average leaving sceptics to wonder if Canadian stocks were doomed for a year of poor performance on the back of poor oil markets and housing worries.

Last week the Index once again tried to muster the strength to breakout finishing at 1,190. This was the second time in a month it had pushed through 1,180, but this time it might be for real.

Interview: Time to buy Kirkland Lake Gold?

Kirkland Lake Gold (KL) continues to rank highly our INK Edge V.I.P. screens of value, insider commitment and price momentum. It is the largest stock in our INK October Top 20 Gold Report grabbing the number 7 spot. I recently discussed our take on the company with Sara D’Elia at TD Money Talk.

Sound Bites: A taxing risk to Canadian growth

Strong Canadian growth on the back of net tax cuts unleashed by the federal government in its 2016 budget, along with infrastructure spending that is just starting to kick in, should add some fuel to the fire for domestically-focused Toronto stocks. On Monday, the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index moved through 1,190 which is a key technical level

Second half outlook: Insiders cautiously bullish towards Canadian stocks

As we make our way through the second half of the year, insiders remain cautiously bullish on the Canadian market. This can be seen by looking at trends with our INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index rebalancing process.

Smart money steps in as hedge funds dump gold

Updated - A July 16th Bloomberg story reports that hedge fund managers are selling down their precious metals holdings. Are they onto something?

Sound bites: the gaping road to a summer rally

The case for a summer rally in Canadian stocks took a hit Thursday. The INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index gapped down at the open, below its 200-day moving average, and continued to lose ground during the day to close at 1,157.05. Its 200-day moving average sits at 1,161.62. At least the Index managed to close off its lows for the day and above the recent low of 1,155.88 set on May 18th.

Brace for BC investment climate change as an eco-sovereigntist chill is set to hit

A chill from Victoria is blowing across the BC investment climate. As I discussed on This Week in Money on Roundhouse radio with host Jim Goddard, a change in the weather may well be in store for BC investors (replay below).

Sound bites: Dippers Become Swingers

In my latest interview with Jim Goddard at Howestreet.com, I explain the key investing theme in our latest US Market INK report: the sea change facing investors after the election of Donald Trump. 

Climbing real yields continue to test the mettle of gold mining insiders

While gold stocks made up some lost ground last week with the S&P/TSX Gold Index rising 1.6%, it lagged both the INK Canadian Insider Index (+2.2%) and the broad S&P/TSX Composite (+2.1%). As we explain in our November INK Top 20 Gold stock report Will Trump times be tough times for gold miners (also vailable in our PDF store) following the Trump win we believe the direction of real yields in the United States may well determine the fortunes of gold miners over the next few months.

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