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Real estate Monday on INK Ultra Money

Wall Financial (WFC) stock does not trade a lot, but it is a name worth watching if for no other reason than the window it provides into the Vancouver real estate market. After riding high for the past decade or so, Wall Financial is down 31.4% so far this year. Insiders are buying the pullback and INK Research puts that signal of optimism into its G versus D economy framework.

 

Is VanRe feeling the effects of COVID-19?

After listening to INK's summary of what is happening in Vancouver, take a trip through the US real estate landscape with Nick Halaris, president of Metros Capital. Canadian Insider Club Ultra members have full access. If you are not an Ultra member, join us or upgrade today.

Thursday on INK Ultra Money: High frequency crypto trading plus Canadian mortgage magic

Here is what's new today on INK Ultra Money. If you are not already a Canadian Insider Club Ultra member, join now for full access to premium content and much more. If you do not want to make an annual commitment, sign up for Advantage Ultra at our sister site InsiderTracking.com where you can take out a monthly subscription for the ultra low rate of US$9.99 per month plus tax.

1. The deep structure of crypto markets - Real Vision

Chris Sullivan and Haim Bodek of Hyperion Decimus join Real Vision’s Ash Bennington for a deep dive discussion on market structure, high-frequency trading, and the current state of play in cryptocurrency markets. Sullivan and Bodek begin the interview with an analysis of capital market trading, where they both have extensive experience, and transition into the lessons they now apply in their work in the digital asset space.

 

Humans still driving cryptocurrencies

 

2. Mortgage insiders bet on their business - INK Research

Sound Bites: Pot stock consolidation and the cryptocurrency trust factor

In my latest interview with Jim Goddard on Howestreet.com, we discuss how Canadian marijuana firms are scrambling to increase capacity through expansion, mergers, and takeovers in preparation for legalization later this hear. Investors seem to be betting that these companies will be ready to deliver big profits soon. Meanwhile, insiders were selling the recent rally. So, was the sell-off last week a short-term buying opportunity?

Canadian prosperity on the line as Poloz plays with housing fire

In our most recent market update to clients and my regular interview with Kirk Lapointe on Monday, I explained that the Bank of Canada needs to start talking about normalizing interest rates, because the economy is now growing and the rationale for having ultra low rates is evaporating. Indeed, we saw insiders anticipate the recovery in Western Canada during last fall's rebalancing of the INK Canadian Insider Index when the index make-up tilted towards Energy and Canadian retail names.

Poloz forced to admit responsibility in driving up home prices at Senate testimony

Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz admits in testimony before the Senate Committee on Banking, Trade, and Commerce that it is the Bank of Canada's low rates, and not China, that is primarily responsible for inflated housing prices. In refreshing and remarkably direct questioning on October 19, 2016, Committee Chairman David Tkachuk asks, "aren't we at fault for the ease of people getting into a house, and it's driving the prices up?" The central bank chief's answer surprised me. He says it is indeed true.

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