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Video: Looking for sunny stocks with the INK Edge Outlook (2 min)

Check out our new two-minute video that explains the INK Edge Outlook ranking process for stocks. Our goal in producing it was to cut through the haze to give our users a quick meaningful introduction on how to use INK Edge outlooks in real life investing. We hope you enjoy it!

 

Friday on INK Ultra Money: China vs. the U.S. - Fentanyl to Trade War to Cold War?

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1. China vs. the U.S. - Fentanyl to Trade War to Cold War? - Real Vision (subscriber video)

2. Bonterra Energy's George Fink keeps buying: are we there yet?  - INK Research (subscriber video and free audio)

3. Wag the Dog: The Fed & The Real Economy - Real Vision (subscriber video)

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Insights: QE euphoria is likely misplaced

In this week's Insights, we look at how insiders are reacting to recent market optimism over the prospects of more QE and a trade deal. Our broadcast of the week is a great primer on what's wrong with the US repo market and our insider of the week could shake up the prospects of some big Canadian stocks which are favourites of many investors. Click here to read.

Thursday on INK Ultra Money: Do we get a Plaza Accord next year and does Eco start pumping Atlantic oil?

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  1. The inflation inflection point - Real Vision (subscriber video)
  2. Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas insiders ride the waves - INK Research (subscriber video and free audio)

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Wednesday on INK Ultra Money: Eldorado Gold investors can smile and could a bet on Canadian BA's be a 10 bagger?

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  1. Insiders continue buying as financing risk drops at Eldorado Gold - INK Research (subscriber video and free audio)
  2. The Dollar Milkshake Re-Visited - Real Vision (subscriber video)
  3. A Smoke-Free Trade - Real Vision (subcriber vdeo)

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Tuesday on INK Ultra Money: Staying defensive and will Canada Goose shares head south?

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1. It is going to get worse before it gets better - Real Vision (subscriber video)

Michael Kantrowitz, CFA, chief investment strategist at Cornerstone Macro, makes his Real Vision debut to discuss the upcoming turn in the market cycle and reviews how investors should position their portfolios. Kantrowitz analyzes the potential for a cyclical rebound in Q1 2020, points out the relationship between the stock market and PMIs, and highlights the risks to playing offense before the cycle officially troughs, in this interview with Jake Merl. Filmed on October 7, 2019.

 

Kantrowitz expects better times for cyclicals in Q1 2020

2. Will Canada Goose stock be heading south for the winter? - INK Research (subscriber video and free audio)

Monday on INK Ultra Money: The monetary system is broken plus insider selling at the Royal Bank

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1. There is always a bigger fish: a repo primer and overview of the premium Jeff Snider interview - Real Vision (free content)

A quick take on repos madness and on Jeff Snider’s premium interview, “The Monetary System is Broken” which is listed below. Looking at the recently roiling repo market, AK asks what it means for the economy at large.

 

Snider: The monetary system was not fixed in 2008

2. What are Royal Bank insiders signalling about its future? - INK Research (subscriber video and free audio)

Should investors hang up on BCE shares before election day?

Justin Trudeau has made the relatively high cost of Canadian of cell phone data an election issue by promising to slash subscriber costs by up to 25%. Do insiders at BCE sense riskier times ahead for the domestic cell phone industry as we approach election day on October 21st? INK Research tackles that question in the September 25th Morning Report and Ultra Money video. Below is a free version of the video that was distributed earlier on INK Ultra Money.

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        BCE stock has been setting new highs

Friday on INK Ultra Money: Jim Rogers with a bearish take on Hong Kong, plus BlackBerry insider selling

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1. Jim Rogers on China: Challenge & Opportunity - Real Vision (subscriber video)

Insights: Fall of worry

The latest Insights newsletter draws on our subscriber content from September 30th which points to a fall of worry. In the broadcast of the week, INK CEO Ted Dixon discusses the outlook for Canadian stocks with a focus on the Telecom sector. Our Insider of the Week just enjoyed a big pay day, along with shareholders in his real estate firm. Click here to read Will optimism win out?

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