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INK Ultra Money: Will auto sales ramp up as the US dollar gears down?

Today, INK Research makes the case that the consumer's old romantic flame with the automobile could reignite as North Americans head back to work. If so, AutoCanada (ACQ) could benefit. The stock is trading right at its 200-day moving average. Contrarians might want to kick the tires of this opportunity.

INK Ultra Money: Girl power propels junior biotech stock higher

Today, INK Research turns its attention to a Canadian biotechnology stocks that has been soaring on the back of renewed investor interest in the Canadian Healthcare sector. Two years ago, investors flocked to the group to chase pot stocks. This time around, investors seem to be more interested in genuine health care names that focus on using scientific research to develop therapeutics for COVID-19 and other ailments. Watch the free video summary below.

Thursday on INK Ultra Money: Betting on a pharma innovator and oil tankers

Here is what's new today on INK Ultra Money. Canadian Insider Ultra Club members have access to both premium and free content all the time. Use coupon code SPRING20 for a $100 discount off a new 2020 membership (renewals will be at the regular price unless cancelled before the end of term).

1. Insiders bet on pharma industry innovator -  INK Research

As big pharma races to find a solution or COVID-19, insiders are betting that this small Canadian industry innovator may be poised to benefit.

Big win announced Wednesday

 

2. Opportunity in the COVID Crude Oil Contango - Real Vision

Wednesday on INK Ultra Money: Mining for bargains and the case for some cash

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1. Mining for bargains -  INK Research

Junior mining stocks have taken it on the chin like everything else this year. Insiders are bargain hunting, and in this report INK Research looks at two examples.

Mining titan buying

 

2 Beware the bear market rally - Real Vision

Tuesday on INK Ultra Money: Betting on autos and king dollar

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1. Insiders buy as auto stock crashes - INK Research

Investors have been pricing in a lot of fear into auto stocks. Insiders at Martinrea International (MRE) appear to be signalling that the pessimism is probably overdone.

Buybacks halted

 

2 When the everything bubble bursts: betting on the dollar - Real Vision

INK Ultra Money Free: Is it time to order flowers for the global economy?

1. 2020 Market Outlook with Raoul Pal - Real Vision (free)

 Raoul Pal, Real Vision CEO and The Global Macro Investor (GMI) joins Ed Harrison to share his views on the state of the business cycle, fixed income and credit markets and more. Raoul was negative on the global economy last summer. Markets and sentiment have bounced back but he is doubling down big time on his bearish view (bullish if you are a bond investor). He believes this extended business cycle is in deep trouble and he provides his take on the best way to position for a major economic contraction this year. The interview took place on January 16th.

Manufacturing sends a warning

It is not all doom and gloom on Real Vision today. Michael Kantrowitz, chief investment strategist at Cornerstone Macro, explains why Pal's take on manufacturing data may be wrong.

Thursday on INK Ultra Money: Do we get a Plaza Accord next year and does Eco start pumping Atlantic oil?

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  1. The inflation inflection point - Real Vision (subscriber video)
  2. Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas insiders ride the waves - INK Research (subscriber video and free audio)

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Insiders signal a simmering summer

As we kick off summer trading, insiders are suggesting it could be a hot one. While spring went out like a lamb with the INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index falling 1.3% last week, it held a key support level at 1,071. For the year, the INK CIN Index remains up 3.8%, ahead of the S&P/TSX Composite which is essentially flat (+0.1%).

Looking ahead, the changing of the guard message we heard from insiders during the INK CIN Index's semi-annual rebalancing remains in place. Defensive strategies have been replaced by tilting towards stocks that would benefit most from a general rise in the price level and higher long-term rates.

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