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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 - Will BC Premier Horgan do a good job promoting the province in Asia? Radio - Canadian Venture Exchange up 66 % the past two years Radio - Canadian tax regime should be competitive with US Radio - BC Politics and Canada’s Finance Minister Radio - Trudeau tax, housing policies, ammo for Conservatives? Radio - Amazon  1000 Jobs in Vancouver – Real High Tech or Just Grunt Work? Radio - A Sell Signal has Hit the US Industrial Sector Radio - Vancouver High Tech Workers Lowest Paid Out of 50 “Tech-Cities” Radio - Canadian stocks on an incredible run Radio - Tories handed the tools to be contenders Radio - How about Zinc and Copper with your Gold? Radio - What Insiders plan to do this month Radio - Hope BC NDP government will not kill economy Radio - Has the buzz gone out of pot stocks? Radio - US Fed abandons data based decisions Radio - NAFTA  negotiation pressure could help BC soft wood Radio - Trade Wars, Canadian Dollar, and Market Insiders Radio - How are pot stocks doing on 4/20? Radio - Canadian and US economies doing surprisingly well Radio - Relief capital gains tax not boosted

March 9th, 2017 | Gold Market Jitters Radio - Bank of Canada on wrong track? Radio - US hoarding imports in case 20% import tax imposed Radio - Gold is a good insurance policy in “interesting” times Radio - Canadian economy doing better than many predicted Radio - Canadian Economy and Inflation
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