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Insights: The answer is no

Jerome Powell failed to give markets a boost with his Jackson Hole speech. So what is next? We tackle that question in the latest Insights. Our broadcast of the week makes the case for a contrarian's market while our insider of the week is Warren Buffett. Click here to read the latest edition of Insights.

Insights: Argentina is back

In this week's newsletter, we add Argentina to the list of things for investors to worry about. Will crude oil give us the signal to exhale? Also, our broadcast of the week looks at insider buying in the oil patch and our insider of the week reminds us that financing risk is a live and well for gold stocks in these early days of the bullion bull market. Click here to read the latest edition of Insights.

Insights: Watching for crude clues after tariff Thursday

In our latest edition of Canadian Insider Insights, we suggest that if crude oil can hang in there despite the trade war heating up, Canadian stocks would likely benefit from inflationary forces, driven by a rush of global central bank easing. Our broadcast of the week focuses on the latest trade war tariff twist while the insider of the week is from our top ranked stock in this month's INK Edge Top 40

Insights: Will fiscal spending eclipse the influence of monetary policy on growth?

In the latest Canadian Insider Insights newsletter, we look what could confirm that global growth is about to re-accelerate. In addition, our broadcast of the week takes a bite into meat alternatives while our insider of the week has been gobbling up shares of a junior gold producer. Read our July 15th newsletter here (registration not required).

Insights: Slipping greenback stokes Canadian stock gains

Canadian stocks may soon have some inflationary tailwinds helping them surprise on the upside. Get our take in this week's newsletter. You will also meet the dynamic duo from Burlington, Ontario who are powering a little known Canadian-technology company to record sales.

Click here to read this week's edition (registration not required).

Insights: On the edge of boom and bust

In this week's Insights newsletter, we quickly review whether our insider signals are suggesting boom or bust ahead. Our insider of the week is the CEO of an industrial company that inspired us to launch the INK No-Go stock list.

Click here to read this week's edition and registration is not required.

2018 déjà vu?

We experienced the dangers associated with a stalled INK Indicator last year. Will it all happen again? Will we see a move up in stock prices in the first part of the year, only to see those gains evaporate in the fall?

We tackle that question and more in the latest Canadian Insider Insights. Click here to read this week's newsletter (registration not required).

Insights: Widespread sentiment slump suggests stock rally may stumble

In the latest edition of Canadian Insider Insights, we assess what slumping insider sentiment means for the broad market as well as pot stocks. Importantly, as we head into summer, we expect stock selection will play an outsized role in delivering performance for investors. Meanwhile, our insider of the week comes from the junior mining group where many eyes are focused on the James Bay area in Quebec.

Our April 15th Insider of the Week

Will this insider and his team deliver the next big mining play? Click here to read more in our latest free-to-air newsletter.

Insights: A real rally requires some Energy

We have just published our April 1st Insights A real rally requires some Energy. We are a bit later than usual this week as we have been busy rolling out and working on lots of new features for our INK Research and Canadian Insider users. Last week, on Canadian Insider we introduced INK Edge outlooks along with a new look for our company pages. Over at, we have been implementing a faster SEDI feed that delivers more frequent filing updates and alerts. We are going to be making some big changes at Canadian Insider on that front as well, so stay tuned!

As for this week's newsletter, we zero in on the oil patch which is a bright spot in terms of insider sentiment. Don't forget, if you want to receive the newsletter in PDF format via email, you can do that in your alert settings if you are a Canadian Insider account holder. If you are not already a member, sign up here.

Insights: Another Fed egg face

This week's edition of Canadian Insider Insights is now available: Another Fed egg face.

Jerome Powell

Markets haven't reacted well to the Fed's 180 degree turn on the economy and we take a look at what we are watching now to assess the risks. The weekly archive is here and registration is not required.

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