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Expected inflation turnaround likely driving gold and mining shares

In my June 20th interview with Jim Goddard from HoweStreet.com, I reviewed two buy signals we have put out this month in the resource area, specifically on the gold group in our June 3rd market report and, more recently, on the Basic Materials sector last Friday. I also point out that a strong Canadian dollar was good for junior miners who raise money in Canada for gold exploration offshore because their loonies will go further in local currencies.

With more inflation on the horizon, junior mining stocks are looking good

A Canadian trade war surprise and a blockchain Facebook foe

In my June 6th interview with Jim Goddard, I touch on some key themes we have covered in our recent reports including our market report's observation that Canadian stocks are winning the trade war if we take the December 1st China takedown weekend as the starting point of the conflict.

North American insiders signal that stocks face heavy resistance

 There appears to be a consensus among insiders that stocks are likely to face significant resistance at current levels. On Monday, we suggested that insiders were signalling that 1,160 would be a tough nut the crack for the INK Canadian Insider Index. We see the same dynamic playing out in US markets.

Stalling insider sentiment suggests stocks may have a hard time advancing

Like our Canadian-focused INK Indicator, our US Indicator is also levelling off. Such bottoming behaviour often takes place near significant resistance points. As a result, we expect 2,800 on the S&P 500 will be hard to crack in the short-term. If we are wrong, and stocks move higher in the days ahead, it would likely signal a return to a big-stock momentum-investing playbook. That said, we would not bet on that outcome.

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