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Insights: Insiders tread cautiously as stocks go on sale

Stocks are on sale, but our INK Indicator suggests taking a cautious approach to bargain hunting. While it has been a tough time for stocks, so far this year our insider of the week has a reason to smile. Finally, in our clip of the week, we continue to warn about over-loved BCE. Click here to read our latest free Insights newsletter.

Friday on INK Ultra Money Free: Ringing the bell at BCE

Here is the video summary of the INK morning report distributed to INK subscribers and Canadian Insider Club members on February 24th.  The political clouds are rolling in over BCE (BCE) stock. INK Research explains why investors should take note.

Politicians have BCE revenue in their sights

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Monday on INK Ultra Money: Ringing the bell at BCE

Here is what's new today on INK Ultra Money. Canadian Insider Club Ultra members have access to both premium and free content. If you are asked to sign in, select Canadian Insider as your subscription website.

1. Ringing the bell at BCE - INK Research

The clouds are rolling in over BCE (BCE) stock. INK Research explains why.

Politicians have BCE revenue in their sights

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2. Agricultural Commodities and the Impending Solar Cycle Shock- Real Vision


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.

Wednesday on INK Ultra Money: Some value stocks already have recession priced in plus BCE political risk

Here is what's new today on INK Ultra Money.

1. Peak Leverage at Peak Earnings - Real Vision (subscriber content)

Why are bonds and stocks sending conflicting signals at investors? Andrew Lapthorne, global head of quant research at Societe Generale, helps answer this question in his conversation with Roger Hirst. In this conversation, you’ll understand which markets have already priced in recession and why historically defensive assets may not appear as advertised. Lapthorne also dissects the connection between volatility and corporate spreads. Filmed on September 13, 2019 in London.


Lapthorne: Buybacks are subsidizing company wages

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