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Thursday on INK Ultra Money: The cannabis 4 horsemen and the technical ingredients for an S&P breakout

Here is what's new today on INK Ultra Money.

1. The Cannabis Four Horsemen  - Real Vision (free content)

Todd Harrison, founding partner and chief investment officer of CB1 Capital Management, walks through how to take advantage of the recent volatility and liquidity concerns in the cannabis space. In this interview with Jake Merl, Harrison reviews his favorite cannabis stocks for sale, highlights the importance of the SAFE Banking Act, and notes how traders should position in the months to come. Filmed on September 24, 2019.

Harrison sees parallels to the dot.com washout

Will uranium stocks continue their molten melt-up?

This week, we look back at past stock ideas from my November blog on what was a hated, unpopular and out of favour sector, uranium.

Are Markets, Speculative Stocks Headed Much Higher?

With the recent volatility in world markets and currencies, market commentators and mainstream media outlets have become bearish on oil, gold and even the broad markets (think magazine covers screaming 'this is the end!').  The investor herd is running scared, as evidenced by $2.8 billion in outflows from U.S.-based domestic-focused stock funds two weeks ago according to Lipper data. CNBC talking-head Dennis Gartman weighed in, calling for a US bear market to begin.  Another commentator slagged gold, the 5000 year old metal of kings, as a mere “pet rock.”  And Mad Money’s Jim Cramer recently swore off oil stocks.  We see this outcry of capitulation as a perfect contrarian signal that is putting a profit opportunity of impressive size before investors.

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