Yangarra Resources (YGR)

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Howestreet Interview: Europe holds the key for unlocking the Canadian market

In the first segment of my latest Howestreet.com interview, I explain why we are looking at financials such as Canadian Western Bank (Mostly Sunny; CWB) and AGF Management (Sunny; AGF) for clues as to when we might see a turnaround among lagging small-cap oil & gas stocks. This is a theme we have discussed in recent morning reports on CWB and on Yangarra Resources (Mostly Sunny; YGR). In the interview, I try to tie it all together.

Video Summary:Yangarra Resources sliding as investor skepticism clips small-caps

Here is the video summary of the July 17th INK Morning report where we suggest that a break-out in Canadian financials may be what is needed to signal better days ahead for small-cap oil & gas names.

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Insights: Back to basics

The reflation trade got a shot in the arm ahead of a big Fed meeting Tuesday and Wednesday. We tackle the question of whether the rally can last in this week's edition of Insights. Meanwhile, our Broadcast of the Week sets the stage for the long-awaited decision by Ottawa on the fate of the Trans Mountain pipeline. Finally, our insider of the week has been buying up shares in an oil patch company that just announced a big buyback program. Click here to read.

Insights: From Fed patience to action

In this week's edition of Canadian Insider Insights, we make the bearish case for stocks this summer based on insider sentiment. Meanwhile, get the take on the markets from a former Trump insider in our broadcast of the week. Finally, we highlight recent CEO buying in the oil patch. You can read our weekly newsletter here without registration.

Insights: Holding pattern, but what's next?

This week in Insights, we tackle the question of what is next for Canadian stocks after a nice run in the first two months of the year. For clues, we look to our INK Sentiment Indicator which is showing some signs of potential weakness.

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