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Ted Dixon

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Ted Dixon is co-founder of INK Research. INK stands for Insider News and Knowledge and through is Canada's first on-line financial news and research service providing investor insight into what public company executives and significant shareholders are doing with their ownership interests. Before starting INK, he worked at the Connor, Clark & Lunn Financial Group where his responsibilities included portfolio strategy and product development. He has also been an analyst at the Fraser Institute, a treasury specialist at the TD Bank and taught corporate finance at BCIT as a part-time lecturer. In the early days, he was a floor trader on the Vancouver Stock Exchange. Radio - Is the BRICS Gold backed digital currency a threat to the US Dollar? Radio - Biden’s protectionism will counter US environmental efforts Radio - Canadian Insider Index out performing US investments Radio - The average Canadian is already in recession Radio - Will Cannabis Stocks finally make a come back? Radio - Trudeau playing Russian roulette with Canadian energy sector Radio - Argentina Inflation, Government Deficits Radio - Cryptos, Interest Rates Radio - Could Gold Miners be ready for a market boost? Radio - Inflation likely to stay higher longer than many expect Radio - Who will win Canada’s Lithium sweepstakes? Radio - Lithium, Gold, China, Electric Vehicles Radio - Gold and Silver showing strength through summer Radio - US regional banks still have a lot to worry about Radio - Incompetent Fed Responsible for Bad Banks Radio - Real Estate, Battery Metals, Silver Radio - US debt ceiling, Japan Yield Curve, Russia/Ukraine Radio - Still too early to say if “Insiders” had a decent year Radio - Even Mozambique beating Canada at LNG Radio - UK PM Liz Truss resignation – when politicians hit the “real economy” Radio - Value Investing Back Big Time Radio - Warning signs of a risky mining stock Radio - Canada’s stock market story different than US Radio - The Fed, inflation, recession Radio - Do Central Banks have the guts to tackle inflation?
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