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Insights: Good-bye sadness, hello stimulus

This week's Insights newsletter shines a spotlight on stimulus. As Europe and the United States look set to provide more funds to juice their economies, Canadian stocks could benefit.

Get our take on how insiders are positioning as we head into the summer in the latest edition of our free weekly newsletter (registration not required).

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Insights: Stimulus may stimulate a Canadian market rally

In the latest edition of our weekly Insights newsletter, we report that insiders are getting in a bullish mood again. Also, checkout our media clip of the week that features a Canadian technology stock and our insider of the week who just bought more than $6 million worth of his company's stock. The newsletter is free and no registration is required.

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Insights: Climbing the great wall of growth worries

Will investors see the glass half full thanks to more Chinese stimulus, or the glass half empty due to Trump tariff tweets? Meanwhile, meet the CEO who will be staring down short sellers when he reports Q1 earnings this week.

We cover all that and more in this week's free Insights newsletter. Click here to read (no registration required).

Shopify rallies $8 after being featured in Insights

On Monday night we published and distributed our weekly Canadian Insider Insights newsletter, Will the bulls keep up the energy to win? Our insider of the week was Shopify (SHOP) CEO Tobias Lütke. In the report, we highlighted that thanks in part to his large holdings in the company, the stock ranked very high in terms of insider commitment.

Shopify CEO Tobias Lütke*

We suggested this was bad news for short-sellers as our INK short signal for the stock was pointing to a potential short-squeeze. Generally, we believe short-selling strategies are best targeted at stocks that do not have strong insider commitment rankings. More often than not, we expect the insiders to come out on top of a short-selling challenge.

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.

Insights: Glass half full or half empty?

When it comes to the potential for stock market gains for the rest of the year, is the glass half full or half empty? We tackle the issue in this week's Canadian Insider Insights newsletter. We suggest that the optimists may have one important factor going their way.

To get our take on what that might be, click here to read the latest edition of our weekly newsletter for free. It is even better than free because no registration is required.

Insights: Holding pattern, but what's next?

This week in Insights, we tackle the question of what is next for Canadian stocks after a nice run in the first two months of the year. For clues, we look to our INK Sentiment Indicator which is showing some signs of potential weakness.

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We also highlight our Broadcast of the week and Insider of the Week. Click here to read the March 11th edition (registration not required).

Insights: Among the miners, gold stocks shine the brightest

We have published the latest edition of Canadian Insider Insights. This week, we draw on our Market INK report commentary to explain why we see gold shining the brightest among mining stocks.

Gold insiders are behaving like a bull market is on

Click here to read the issue for the week of March 4th (registration is not required).

 

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Upbeat Canadian insiders

Starting in the second segment of his latest interview with Jim Goddard, INK CEO Ted Dixon gives an overview of the outlook for Canadian stocks drawing on the most recent Insights weekly newsletter. Broadly speaking, insiders remain upbeat about their prospects going forward, particularly in the oil patch where stocks have undergone a correction to reflect commodity pricing troubles.

He does, however, highlight a warning sign.

Insights: Bullish signal flashing as insider index winning streak continues

We have just published our third edition of Canadian Insider Insights, Bullish signal flashing as insider index winning streak continues. This week we draw on an upbeat theme for our weekly market report, while also highlighting an important shift in the marijuana space.

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