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INK Ultra Money: A nuclear spring? Not letting a good crisis go to waste

Energy has been a hot sector since the March 23rd lows. Within the sector, the uranium group has led the way, and today INK Research takes a look at a company that invests strictly in physical uranium. In this report, INK references an enlightening Real Vision interview with Arthur Hyde from Segra Capital Management on April 15th who clearly explains the state of the uranium industry and why COVID-19 may be the spark that turns the industry around. If you are wondering if this uranium rally is for real, Hyde will help you make up your mind. He sealed it for me.

 

Shifting balance of power? (free video)

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Wednesday on INK Ultra Money: Uranium and copper mining in focus

Today on INK Ultra Money it is all about mining. For those following the uranium space, today Real Vision has a must watch interview with Arthur Hyde, partner and co-portfolio manager at Segra Capital Management. Already, between the time of filming and release of the video, one of Hyde's predictions has already happened. Meanwhile, INK takes a look at Taseko Mines (TKO) which has continued operations through the COVID-19 crisis.

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Monday on INK Ultra Money: Is longevity the next big investing theme?

Today INK Ultra Money looks at longevity as an emerging investment theme. In particular, what would happen if you could reverse the aging process? AK breaks down the last week's premium episode of “Discoveries” to identify the massive opportunity presented by the health care industry’s anti-aging space.

A new way of looking at aging

Meanwhile, as the Fed cuts rates and floods the financial system with liquidity, INK Research reports that insiders are going along for the ride with Algoma Central (ALC) - Subscriber video and free audio.

Monday on INK Ultra Money: Is longevity the next big investing theme?

Today INK Ultra Money provides a free Real Vision which looks at longevity as an emerging investment theme. In particular, what would happen if you could reverse the aging process? AK breaks down the last week's premium episode of “Discoveries” to identify the massive opportunity presented by the health care industry’s anti-aging space.

A new way of looking at aging

Meanwhile, as the Fed cuts rates and floods the financial system with liquidity, INK Research reports that insiders are going along for the ride with Algoma Central (ALC) - Subscriber video and free audio.

Tuesday on INK Ultra Money: Monetary policy hits the wall plus gearing up in the oil patch and an update on uranium

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

1. When Monetary Policy Isn't Enough - Real Vision

Change is coming. Christophe Ollari, founder of Ollari Consulting, predicts that we have seen the peak of monetary easing for this cycle. In its place, Ollari argues that policy will tilt toward a new sort of “Social QE” - involving central banks and governments in Europe, Japan, and the U.S. acting in concert. Ollari explains the political ramifications of this shift in policy, and speaks to what it means for markets. Filmed on September 13, 2019 in London (subscriber content).

 

Christophe Ollari: There is a fracture

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