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Tuesday on INK Ultra Money: Will software multiples have a soft landing? Plus, the rise of digital assets, an insider view

Here is what's new today on INK Ultra Money. All Canadian Insider users have access to free videos and audio, while Canadian Insider Club Ultra members have access to premium videos from Real Vision and INK Research.

1.  Are software multiples set for a soft landing? - INK Research (free audio and Ultra member video)

Bond yields rose on Monday despite poor US economic data. If bond yields have bottomed, that could spell trouble for software stocks like Kinaxis (Cloudy; KXS) which are trading at elevated multiples.

Insiders are not waiting for a soft landing

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2. The Rise of Digital Assets: An Insider View - Real Vision (Ultra member video)

What drove the Friday bitcoin surge?

Just as Real Vision ended its two-week series comparing bitcoin and gold on Friday, bitcoin surged, at one point advancing more than 33% from its mid-week lows. As of Saturday afternoon, October 26th, bitcoin was trading just over US$9,000 per bitcoin. The Real Vision series would have been watched by many influential institutional investors and traders. While there is no way of knowing if the series spurred the bitcoin buying, some of the factors revealed in the episodes could well be driving the move.

Monday on INK Ultra Money: Gold vs. Bitcoin: What can save you? Plus hedging with ATCO

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

  1. Gold vs. Bitcoin: What Can Save You? - Real Vision (Free video)

  2. Positioning for gloom and boom with ATCO - INK Research (Subscriber video, free audio)
  3. Should every portfolio have a little exposure to bitcoin? - Real Vision (Subscriber video)

Continue reading for links and summaries of each episode.

Video Summary: July 2nd Morning Report

As payment battle lines are drawn over the future of payments, cryptocurrencies will be front and centre. Here is our short video summary of the July 2nd INK morning report that features Galaxy Digital Holdings (Sunny; GLXY) CEO Michael Novogratz buying more shares.

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Cryptocurrency watch: Insider buying last week at Galaxy Digital Holdings

With Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies ripping higher over the weekend, we thought it was interesting to see some recent insider buying at Galaxy Digital Holdings  (GLXY). The stock traded between $2.02 and $2.30 last week to close at $2.12. Richard Tavoso bought 32,400 shares in the public market when the stock traded at the low point of that range.


Sound Bites: Pot stock consolidation and the cryptocurrency trust factor

In my latest interview with Jim Goddard on, we discuss how Canadian marijuana firms are scrambling to increase capacity through expansion, mergers, and takeovers in preparation for legalization later this hear. Investors seem to be betting that these companies will be ready to deliver big profits soon. Meanwhile, insiders were selling the recent rally. So, was the sell-off last week a short-term buying opportunity?

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