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Wednesday on INK Ultra Money: Eldorado Gold investors can smile and could a bet on Canadian BA's be a 10 bagger?

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  1. Insiders continue buying as financing risk drops at Eldorado Gold - INK Research (subscriber video and free audio)
  2. The Dollar Milkshake Re-Visited - Real Vision (subscriber video)
  3. A Smoke-Free Trade - Real Vision (subcriber vdeo)

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Jim Rogers with a bearish take on Hong Kong, plus BlackBerry insider selling

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1. Jim Rogers on China: Challenge & Opportunity - Real Vision (subscriber video)

Friday on INK Ultra Money: Jim Rogers with a bearish take on Hong Kong, plus BlackBerry insider selling

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1. Jim Rogers on China: Challenge & Opportunity - Real Vision (subscriber video)

Thursday on INK Ultra Money: Is China slowing a risk to Asia? Plus, inside the uprising and a cannabis stock on INK's radar

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1. China Slowdown: A Risk to the 'Asian Century'? - Real Vision (Subscriber content)

Will gathering headwinds in China force the Asian superpower into recession — and could a Chinese downturn snowball into a global slowdown? Tony Nash, founder of the AI platform Complete Intelligence, explores the themes behind China’s slowing growth and weakening demography. The former head of Global Research for The Economist Intelligence Unit unpacks his outlook for Hong Kong’s diminished role in China’s future — and explores the broader question of whether frictions inside China’s social contract could imperil the expansive vision of an ‘Asian Century’ to come. Filmed on September 14, 2019 at the Real Vision Blacklist Event in Grand Cayman.

 

Tony Nash sees a risk to US growth down the road

2. MPX International director buying as stock wilts  - INK Research (Subscriber video, free audio)

New Tuesday on INK Ultra Money: How Plaza Retail is beating Amazon and the case for buying the S&P dips

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1. High yielding Plaza Retail is beating Amazon out in the open  - INK Research (subscriber content plus free audio)

In the September 24th Morning Report, INK Research focuses on Plaza Retail REIT (PLZ) which has outperformed retail juggernaut Amazon (AMZN) over the past year. The secret to the their success might be found outdoors.

Plaza CEO Michael Zakuta is showing conviction

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New Thursday on INK Ultra Money: What the Fed cut means and Yangarra bargain hunters

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1. What the Fed Cut Means for the Treasury Trade - Real Vision (Free)

Tony Greer, editor in chief of The Morning Navigator, breaks down the FOMC’s decision to cut interest rates and discusses why he thinks it’s business as usual for markets. In this interview with Alex Rosenberg, Greer walks through the recent spikes in both oil prices and the repo market respectively, highlights the trade war’s impact on the bond market, and reviews where he expects the 10-year Treasury note to head next. Filmed on September 18, 2019.

 

Greer is bearish on bonds

Hoye: The gold/silver ratio to make new highs

In his latest HoweStreet.com interview, market historian Bob Hoye from ChartsandMarkets.com answers some key questions that are on the minds of just about all precious metals investors right now. The first question is whether gold has entered a multi-decade bull market? He believes that as the current financial bubble concludes and we enter a financial contraction, it will set up a bull market for the real price of gold. For signs that we are in the depths of a contraction, he will be watching for a low in US nominal long-dated interest rates confirmed by a low in a wholesale price index or in commodities. He believes, both the coming contraction and bull market in the real price of gold could last about 20 years.

Howestreet Interview: Europe holds the key for unlocking the Canadian market

In the first segment of my latest Howestreet.com interview, I explain why we are looking at financials such as Canadian Western Bank (Mostly Sunny; CWB) and AGF Management (Sunny; AGF) for clues as to when we might see a turnaround among lagging small-cap oil & gas stocks. This is a theme we have discussed in recent morning reports on CWB and on Yangarra Resources (Mostly Sunny; YGR). In the interview, I try to tie it all together.

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

As recession risk looms, Kaiser sees gold more likely to hit $3,500 than $500

In his latest broadcast, John Kaiser from Kaiser Research Online makes the case that gold can breakout to $3,500. Speaking to Jim Goddard, the resource analyst suggests fundamental, technical and financial self preservation factors may come together to push gold higher. 

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