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Key INK stock market metrics remain unhealthy

In his latest Howestreet.com broadcast with Jim Goddard, INK CEO Ted Dixon worries that the Fed is looking backwards at positive US economic data instead of forwards at warning signs such as housing. If the Fed does not hold up on its rate hikes, they risk going too far. American insiders and stocks in the U.S. Financials sector are still not confirming a base in share prices and the Fed is probably one of the reasons why.

 

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Kaiser: Insiders buying Serengeti Resources shares

In his November 14th Discovery Watch broadcast, John Kaiser reports that insiders have been buying Serengeti Resources (Mixed; SIR) stock in the public market after the stock started to tumble Tuesday. According to recent insider filings, that appears to be the case with four insiders buying a combined total of 564,000 shares between 25 and 35 cents on November 13th.

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Will S2 Resources deep Nevada drilling give Coral Gold a boost?

Coral Gold shareholders may be keeping a close eye on drilling activity at the Renaissance Gold (REN) Ecru project which is located just to the north east of the Barrick Gold (Sunny; ABX) Robertson project. As John Kaiser explains in his November 7th Discovery Watch broadcast, Renaissance has optioned up to 70% of the project to Australia-listed S2 Resources which has a drilling program underway now that includes deep target holes.

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Sound bites: Spences Bridge Gold Belt is back on the map

Today marks the return of our Sound Bites feature where we will be highlighting distinct commentary and opinions from Howe Street radio and possibly some other sources. To kick things off, we look at recent exploration activity in the Spences Bridge Gold Belt which John Kaiser of Kaiser Research reviewed in his November 1st Discovery Watch.

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Westhaven Ventures (Sunny; WHN) stock soared after it announced on October 17th that it had drilled 17.77 metres of 24.50 g/t gold at its Shovelnose project located in the Spences Bridge Gold Belt of south central British Columbia. That followed an earlier promising hole that was reported on October 2nd. According to Kaiser:

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?

Sound Bites: the case for inflation and Canadian stocks

In my interview this week with Jim Goddard at Howestreet.com, I make the case that increases in government spending may wake the inflation bear out of its hibernation. In such an environment, the Canadian stock market could do quite well.

Sound Bites: Money laundering industry a big winner in Trudeau's war with small business

From a Vancouver perspective, the Justin Trudeau and Bill Morneau war with small business over proposed tax increases makes no sense. If this duo are really interested in tax fairness, why are they not devoting the same energy and government resources to cleaning up the money laundering industry and its related big dollar tax evasions?

Sound Bites: A taxing risk to Canadian growth

Strong Canadian growth on the back of net tax cuts unleashed by the federal government in its 2016 budget, along with infrastructure spending that is just starting to kick in, should add some fuel to the fire for domestically-focused Toronto stocks. On Monday, the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index moved through 1,190 which is a key technical level

Second half outlook: Insiders cautiously bullish towards Canadian stocks

As we make our way through the second half of the year, insiders remain cautiously bullish on the Canadian market. This can be seen by looking at trends with our INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index rebalancing process.

Sound Bites: Central bank rate hike parade puts FANGs and pot stocks at risk

In my latest interview with Jim Goddard on Howestreet.com, we talked about how insiders were on top of Canada's growth rebound six months before the Bank of Canada. Looking ahead, there are big implications for a wide range of assets if the Bank of Canada joins the global central bank tightening parade:

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