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The Canadian insider blog discusses news and insight found among insider and significant shareholder filings in Canada.
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 is a Chartered Financial Analyst and member of CFA Vancouver. He holds an MBA in Financial Management from the University of Chicago, and a Bachelor of Commerce from UBC. Listen to his weekly economic commentary on Vancouver's Roundhouse Radio FM 98.3.
Victor Wong is a business and client development associate at Canadian Insider and an avid market watcher.
Nicholas Winton contributes technical commentaries on the INK Canadian Insider Index. Nicholas also writes the High on the Hog blog.



Video Summary:Yangarra Resources sliding as investor skepticism clips small-caps

Here is the video summary of the July 17th INK Morning report where we suggest that a break-out in Canadian financials may be what is needed to signal better days ahead for small-cap oil & gas names.

INK Research and Canadian Insider are both subscriber-supported. We do not accept payments from issuers or promoters for stock coverage.

Insights: Will fiscal spending eclipse the influence of monetary policy on growth?

In the latest Canadian Insider Insights newsletter, we look what could confirm that global growth is about to re-accelerate. In addition, our broadcast of the week takes a bite into meat alternatives while our insider of the week has been gobbling up shares of a junior gold producer. Read our July 15th newsletter here (registration not required).

The Leagold Mining leveraged bet on bullion

Watch the video summary of the July 12th INK Morning report: The Leagold Mining (LMC) leveraged bet on bullion.

Video Summary of Contrarian Alert: Short interest vaporizes at MediPharm Labs.

Watch the video summary of the July 11th INK Morning report. INK Research and Canadian Insider are both subscriber-supported. We do not accept payments from issuers or promoters for stock coverage.

Top Shorts Report: Oil patch and pot stocks in the spotlight

As we head into summer there is very little change to our Top 10 most shorted stocks list. Bonterra Energy (Mostly Sunny; BNE) returns to our Top 10 list after having slipped off it in the mid-June edition. It takes the place of Automotive Properties REIT (Cloudy; APR.UN) which saw its short position drop after it completed an $84 million equity financing deal on June 28th.

Meanwhile, our signals for Cargojet (MIxed; CJT) suggest it has the potential for a short-squeeze situation whereas in our last report the reading was bearish. Heading in the other direction is Chesswood Group (Mixed; CHW) which suggested a short-squeeze situation last time, but now reads as bearish.

Insights: Good-bye sadness, hello stimulus

This week's Insights newsletter shines a spotlight on stimulus. As Europe and the United States look set to provide more funds to juice their economies, Canadian stocks could benefit.

Get our take on how insiders are positioning as we head into the summer in the latest edition of our free weekly newsletter (registration not required).


Video Summary: INK Morning Report July 9, 2019 AGF Mangement (AGF.B)

AGF Management stock makes a push to clearly break through the 200-day clouds. Watch the video summary of our July 9th INK morning report.

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Video Summary: INK Morning Report July 8, 2019 Empire (EMP.A)

Empire (EMP.A) Sobeys bonds upgraded after announcing share buyback. Watch the video summary of our July 8th INK morning report.

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First Nation election results light a spark under Niobay Metals stock

In his July 4th Discovery Watch broadcast, John Kaiser provides an update on the Frist Nation situation confronting Niobay Metals (NBY) which he has discussed in previous episodes. Kaiser first puts the supply picture of niobium, a mineral with anticorrosive properties used in steel applications, into perspective. He notes that most of the world's supply comes from just three mines including Araxá in Brazil and the privately held Niobec operation in Quebec. Kaiser also explains that Niobay Metals has been frustrated in moving ahead with its exploration plans at its James Bay niobium project located in Ontario due to opposition led by former Moose Cree First Nations chief Patricia Faries. However, on July 2nd a new election took place which saw Marven Cheechoo win the Chief position, handily beating incumbent Faries. This is a positive development according to Kaiser:


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