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Ted Dixon is co-founder and CEO of INK Research. He is the creator of the INK Canadian Insider Index, and is the editor of the daily Morning INK and weekly Market INK reports. He is a regular contributor to the Globe and Mail's Globe Investor pages and has also worked as a part-time lecturer in corporate finance at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. Before starting INK, he worked at the Connor, Clark & Lunn Financial Group where his responsibilities included portfolio strategy and product development. He has also been an analyst at the Fraser Institute and a treasury specialist at the TD Bank. He holds an MBA in Financial Management from the University of Chicago, and a Bachelor of Commerce from UBC.

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)

Click here to read our latest Insights.

 

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

The post is in the #stock_ideas channel. If you are not registered for INK Chat, it is free for Canadian Insider Club and Club Ultra members.

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

Insights: A warning sign from precious metals

Read our latest Insights for the key level we are watching on the Gold/Silver Ratio to tell us whether the COVID-19, tapering talk, rising oil prices and deflationary forces are about to overwhelm the bull market in inflation-oriented stocks.

Insights: Intellabridge doubles and the inflation trade gets some help from the consumer

The battle between the inflation bulls and bears is in full swing on INK Ultra Money. However, the US consumer may be tipping the scales in favour of the inflation trade.

Intellabridge rallies as KASH beta rolls out

Meanwhile, crypto-equity Intellabridge which we last featured here on May 30th is on a roll, but a question remains.

Insights: Litecoin, Ottawa's Mastercard and is Binance BC bound?

We have some big news at INK this week. Beginning today, we are accepting litecoin for payment on Canadian Insider and we are offering a special rate to celebrate! In our latest Insights, we explain the rationale for the move and our outlook for the share prices of the credit card companies.

 

 

We also wonder if Binance may consider BC as a place to register. Click here to read.

Insights update

Insights is a bit later than usual this week as we are working on a special announcement.

Insights: Running on a full tank of crude

The INK Canadian Insider Index which tracks mid-cap-oriented stocks has been a top performer so far this year. Oil patch stocks have been driving the index higher. Can the good times continue?

Running on a full tank of crude

Meanwhile, our insider of the week is a true believer. All this and more in the latest free Insights newsletter.

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