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Insiders signal a simmering summer

As we kick off summer trading, insiders are suggesting it could be a hot one. While spring went out like a lamb with the INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index falling 1.3% last week, it held a key support level at 1,071. For the year, the INK CIN Index remains up 3.8%, ahead of the S&P/TSX Composite which is essentially flat (+0.1%).

Looking ahead, the changing of the guard message we heard from insiders during the INK CIN Index's semi-annual rebalancing remains in place. Defensive strategies have been replaced by tilting towards stocks that would benefit most from a general rise in the price level and higher long-term rates.

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