The latest Canadian Insider Insights introduces a new core INK Research investment theme of progressive energy. We are casting a wide net to identify opportunity across a sector that is in transition. Other topics include gold versus gold miners, and the INK Canadian Insider Index versus the S&P/TSX Composite Index. Finally, we cannot let another week go by without mentioning bitcoin.
We are altering the format of our Insights newsletter a bit to make it more useful for our members by focusing on the key emerging themes and findings that we have covered over the past week. INK Research produces about 10 or more written reports and blog posts a week, plus INK Chat entries. In addition, we publish 3 videos a day on INK Ultra Money during the week. We cover a lot of ground, and, in this report, we will try to make sure you do not miss the essence of the key material that can help you navigate unfolding risks and identify emerging opportunities.
I hope you will find the new format a useful resource. Click here to read the key themes that have been hitting our radar screen recently.
In our latest Insights, we look at the battle between the bulls and bears that is shaping up on INK Ultra Money. On balance, the bulls seem to be tipping towards the Energy sector as a possible path to higher returns. Meanwhile, the financial system is at risk of being disrupted by cryptocurrency. Finally, our insider of the week helps to ensure that junior gold mining stays in the opportunity spotlight. Click here to read.
In the latest issue of Insights, we assess what a Biden presidency could mean for North American stocks. It is a topic I explore in depth with Jim Goddard in my latest Howe Street interview. The newsletter also highlights an interview with Real Vision CEO Raoul Pal who remains concerned about the outlook for markets. Click here to read.
In this week's free Insights newsletter, inflation-oriented stocks take a break after a strong run. Meanwhile, insiders shed some gold mining exposure in favour of builders. Finally, how our insider of the week might help get the TC Energy's Energy East Pipeline going again, and he is not even from the oil patch. Read the latest issue here.
In this week's Insights newsletter, we make the case for healthcare stocks. They could look particularly attractive if the broad market continues to rally even as the economy experiences headwinds from COVID-19. Our insider of the week is CEO of a small Canadian biotech stock that has been soaring. Finally, our broadcast of the week is a free Real Vision Daily Briefing episode that explains why the stakes are so high on Friday June 19th for traders.
While last week was a good one for our G-economy scenario which is characterized by government-led inflation, deflationary headwinds have swept in this week with gusto. Meanwhile, the Fed appears to have created a stock market bubble with retail investors bidding up the share prices of worthless companies. When this bubble bursts, what type of market will we have left? We tackle that question in this week's Insights.
In this week's Insight free newsletter, we update what insiders are telling us about whether the March 23rd lows will hold. Our insider of the week is a high-profile Canadian who has been buying a D-economy stocks. Click here to read.
In our latest Canadian Insidier free Insights newsletter, we provide an update on our what our INK Indicator is signalling about the March 23rd lows. Our broadcast of the week is from INK Ultra Money Free with Real Vision co-founder Raoul Pal who has nailed the 2020 market from top to bottom. Finally, our insider of the week helped to make sure a Canadian Telecom giant was well equipped to weather the COVID-19 storm. Click here to read.