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Insights: If inflation returns, Canadian stocks could benefit

In our latest Canadian Insidier free Insights newsletter, we provide an update on our what our INK Indicator is signalling about the March 23rd lows. Our broadcast of the week is from INK Ultra Money Free with Real Vision co-founder Raoul Pal who has nailed the 2020 market from top to bottom. Finally, our insider of the week helped to make sure a Canadian Telecom giant was well equipped to weather the COVID-19 storm. Click here to read.

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Canadian Insider Insights: Waiting on Washington

In this week's Insights, we look at what insiders are signalling about the market in wake of COVID19 and problems in the financial sector.  We also discuss what probably needs to take place for markets to turnaround. Click here to read.

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Insights: Insiders tread cautiously as stocks go on sale

Stocks are on sale, but our INK Indicator suggests taking a cautious approach to bargain hunting. While it has been a tough time for stocks, so far this year our insider of the week has a reason to smile. Finally, in our clip of the week, we continue to warn about over-loved BCE. Click here to read our latest free Insights newsletter.

Insights: The Olympic challenge facing markets

Will the go or no-go decision for the 2020 summer Olympics serve as signpost for markets in relation to coronavirus fears. We discuss what investors may want to consider looking at next in terms of potential big market moves. Click here to read the latest Insights.

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Insights: The Fed's remedy (Spoiler: it is not Japanisation of the yield curve)

While the Wuhan coronavirus captured investor attention on Friday, a Fed official was laying out her prescription of what the central bank should do if things unravel. If Lael Brainard has her way, the Fed will be staking new ground in its efforts to lift inflation. It could have a major impact on Canadian stocks. We explain why in this week's Insights. In addition, gold investors should enjoy our video of the week that features the insider of the week from last week. Click here to read our latest newsletter.

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Insights: Crude could crush Powell's inflation agenda

In our latest Insights newsletter, we focus on the crude inflation challenge facing the Federal Reserve which is set to release its next policy statement on Wednesday January 29th. Our feature video of the week is a contrarian idea that could potentially gain traction with investors in a downturn and our insider of the week has an out-of-consensus view on Canadian natural gas. Read our latest here for free.

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Insights: As the bond market snoozes, commodity prices are flying

Will soaring commodity prices wake up the bond market? We tackle that question in our first Insights newsletter for the year. Our broadcast of the week challenges the anti-fossil fuel mantra of many in the environmentalist movement and our insider of the week is a mining entrepreneur who keeps on building. Click here to read for free.

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Insights: As goes crude, so goes the reflation trade

In this week's Insights we focus on the Energy sector. Will it be three times lucky for the group? Our broadcast of the week looks at the case for gold while our insider of the week is none other Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz. Click here to read.

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Insights: The reflation trade needs the monetary winds to keep blowing its way

In our latest Insights newsletter, we compare the case for gloom with what's needed to keep going with the asset price boom. Our broadcast of the week is showdown between a champion for bitcoin and a champion for gold. Meanwhile, our insider of the week has paved the way for the Trans Mountain Expansion project to proceed. Read the latest Canadian Insider Insights here.

Insights: The Fed turns commodity friendly and cannabis carnage opportunities

In this week's free Insights newsletter, get our take on why the latest Fed moves are commodity friendly. Also, a free video feature on identifying both attractive and unattractive names in the cannabis space. Finally, speaking of commodities, our insider of the week has a smile on his face.

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