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Lousy productivity keeps inflation risk alive

by Ted Dixon

With the Fed expected to leave interest rates unchanged at its meeting today, short of a surprise hawkish approach towards inflation, we suspect factors other than changes in monetary policy will be driving gold stocks for the foreseeable future. With that in mind, we thought our comments contained in the March Top 20 Gold Stock report remain timely for investors.

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Empire Company (EMP) has notable insider buying
Michael Bennett Medline, CEO and Director, acquired 10,600 Non-Voting Shares ...
Last updated: Wednesday, March 20, 2:46 am

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Amex Exploration Inc. (AMX)
Subindustry: Junior natural resource -- Mining
On February 5, 2019, we highlighted strong net insider buying at Amex Exploration (AMX) in our Morning INK Report. As of February 26th, the stock has moved up 148% since the report date, and insiders have been net buyers of 180,000 shares. Visit the company page to see who has been active.
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Insights: Glass half full or half empty?

by Ted Dixon

When it comes to the potential for stock market gains for the rest of the year, is the glass half full or half empty? We tackle the issue in this week's Canadian Insider Insights newsletter. We suggest that the optimists may have one important factor going their way.

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