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Birchcliff is beating the tech giants

This weekend in the Globe and Mail we featured insider buying at natural gas producer Birchcliff Energy (BIR). Insiders were buying around the year-to-date stock market lows set on March 23rd. That turned out to be a great signal. Since that date, Birchcliff Energy stock is up over 130%.

March is shaping up to be a potential long-term turning point

Thanks to the law of small numbers kicking in, Birchcliff has left even Amazon (AMZN) in the dust which is up an impressive 27%. Below is the video summary of our original report on Birchcliff which we sent to members on April 7th.

Insider long-term bets paying off

There really is no better time to make use of INK reports than during the current bottoming process we are going through. Although these are challenging days, we also have tremendous opportunity to build our wealth in the times ahead.

Thursday on INK Ultra Money: How HOOPP seeks to avoid getting hooped

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. Managing eighty billion dollars worth of risk - Real Vision

With a record number of pension funds underfunded, the notion of having an “overfunded pension” can sound impossible. And yet that is exactly what Jim Keohane, CEO of the Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP) has managed to achieve. Keohane speaks to Real Vision’s Ed Harrison about the remarkable obstacles pension funds face and how they can survive and thrive in the face of these challenges. Keohane argues that defined-benefit pensions can be sustainable if the fund manages risk the right way. Keohane articulates his process in constructing HOOPP’s portfolio, which is relied upon by its over 350,000 members, and describes how he uses derivates to manage risk for over $80 billion in assets. Filmed on February 13, 2020 in Toronto.


Dodged the Nortel bullet

2. Will Birchcliff finally bounce back? - INK Research

Shorts see Paramount as a favourite target while VersaPay gains in popularity

Shorts continue to press their bets against Paramount Resources (POU) and High Liner Foods (HLF) which remain the two top favourite short targets in Canada based on the May 31st IIROC short report released today. Although short positions fell as a percentage of float in both names since the May 15th IIROC short report, the reductions were not enough to move the two stocks down the list of the most shorted names in Canada.

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