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Did negative oil mark a low in commodities?

Earlier this weekend we sent out an email to our Basic account holders notifying them of some upcoming changes and highlighting our Globe and Mail feature as well as some thoughts on commodity trends. Many did not get the email due to a technical issue, so I am republishing it in a blog and apologize to those who see this article twice. Before we get into the account changes, I just want to remind non Club members that this weekend marks the end of our promotion to get 50% off the first year of a new Canadian Insider Club Ultra membership which provides access to full website features including core INK Research reports.

These reports provide valuable investing ideas such as our April 6th feature on Airboss of America (BOS). At the time, the company had just announced a major new contract win, there was insider buying and the stock was rising up our INK Edge rankings. Airboss is up more than 50% since that report and we featured the stock again this week and in the Globe and Mail this weekend. You can watch the video summary of our most recent report on INK Ultra Money Free.

Monday on INK Ultra Money: Michael Gayed takes on the bond bulls, plus betting on GT Gold

Here is what's new today on INK Ultra Money. All Canadian Insider users have access to today's free video and audio, while Canadian Insider Club Ultra members have access to all premium videos from Real Vision and INK Research. If you are not an Ultra member of the Canadian Insider Club, join today and save $99 on an Ultra membership every year (until you cancel) by using coupon code BLACKBOX at checkout (valid only for new Club memberships).

1. The Problem with Passive: Part II - Real Vision (free video)

 What happens to financial markets when passive strategies become the norm? This week, Drew breaks down the conversation between Mike Green and Raoul Pal to understand how massive that passive strategies are. The full version of this video was broadcast on INK Ultra Money December 11th.

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2. In the Golden Triangle, insiders and Newmont bet on GT Gold - INK Research (free audio, Ultra subscriber video)

BB1: The Fed just gave commodities the biggest boost since 2011

Economy-sensitive stocks received some good news out of Washington on Friday, and it had nothing to do with the trade war. For industrial commodities, it could be the biggest news in over 8 years.

Sound bites: Insiders run to resources as geo-tensions rise

On Tuesday, the world will get the first serious insight into the Trump administration's priorities when the president addresses a joint session of congress. We got a hint of what may be in that speech when the New York Times wrote Sunday that the president will be asking for a major jump in defence spending. That news comes on the heels of further reports on the weekend from Reuters that China is investing heavily in naval capabilities to beef up its territorial claims in the South China and East China seas.

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