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Insights: Uranium and Solana sizzle

Long-time uranium bulls and Solana hodlers both had something to cheer last week. We cover both developments in this week's Insights.

Fission Uranium is flying

Meanwhile, can the commodities bull market continue even as FANG stocks start to show signs of life again?

Insights: A nuclear reaction

Uranium stocks are hot, while crypto risks could be heating up. In this week's Insights we focus on uranium and note that one major crypto thought leader is moving some capital from altcoins to gold (well sort of).

Uranium stocks have the wind at their back (image Nicholas Hippert)

Also, a sneak peak at INK's community coin.

Insights: Oilpatch contrarians and crypto HODL'ers

Many investors feel uncomfortable buying Canadian oil & gas stocks. Bob Arnott explains why that may be a bullish sign. In this week's Insights, we also point to insider signals which are suggesting that the Canadian oil patch may offer both a value and growth opportunity.

Solana sizzles

We also revisit Solana which we mentioned last week before it made its move above $100. In addition, we came across another cryptocurrency trading idea on the platform over the past week. Meanwhile, we have not forgot gold.

Insights: Market risks from A to V

After Saigon fell, so did gold. Is history about to repeat after the surrender of the Afghanistan government to the Taliban? Meanwhile, a Canadian DeFi revolution may be just around the corner.

Gold initially fell after the American defeat in Vietnam

Insights: While old Wall Street wins a crypto battle, it will lose the war

The vested interests on Wall Street won a big round against the crypto industry on Capital Hill last week but it is likely to end up being a Pyrrhic victory. Also, what's wrong with silver?

Old Wall Street has that sinking feeling (photo by Kristopher Roller)

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Insights: Biden moves to protect old Wall Street

The Biden Administration has revealed its cards towards the crypto industry, but not everyone on Capital Hill thinks they have a winning hand. Also, a quick win in the Healthcare sector!

Biden goes to bat for the oligarchs (photo credit Jon Tyson)

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Our top 10 ranked US Financials

If the economic growth narrative can regain traction in the bond market on the back of today's US jobs report, US Financials could regain market leadership. With that in mind, I have posted our top 10 ranked US Financials with market cap, ex-closed end funds (there were no SPACs in the list) in INK Chat here: https://chat.inkresearch.com/channel/stock_ideas?msg=BzyDurCvLCBoRjQZq.

Photo by Joshua Hoehne on Unsplash

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Insights: Central bank 2% inflation targeting is accelerating climate change

In this week's Insights, we provide a quick guide to Real Vision's fantastic interview series with the founder of ARK Investment Management, Cathie Wood. In addition, on the topic of climate change, it is time to hold central banks accountable for their role in speeding up global warming. It is not all about the oil patch.

Inflation targeting is pro-climate change (photo by D. Neuman)

Plus, find out which mining player is our insider of the week.

Cathie Wood on the fate that awaits many S&P 500 stocks

Hi, everyone. At the risk of repeating myself from INK Chat, I just want to make sure that everyone is aware of a fantastic interview series on INK Ultra Money this week. Real Vision's Kiril Sokoloff sits down with Cathie Wood, the CEO of ARK Investments.

Cathie Wood this week on INK Ultra Money

Real Vision is releasing one segment each day this week. I watched the first one on Sunday night, and it is worth all 32 minutes. She even provides us with her price target on Tesla (spoiler: it is a lot higher).

Insights: Buying the dip in inflation stocks

In this week's Insights, we assess what our signals on the INK platform are flashing about the prospects for inflation-oriented stocks.

Energy stocks on sale

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