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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 - Can Erin O’Toole get Canada Energy East pipeline built? Radio - Interesting action in the bond market Radio - Cryptos and High Risk Tolerance Radio - Can Nova Scotia save the world? Radio - How is economy doing halfway through the year? Radio - BC has some bright spots amid the economic slump Radio - Why has the Canadian Dollar started to rise? Radio - Will it be a deflationary or government oriented economy? Radio - The difference between US and Canadian Covid stimulus Radio - Not all Gold mining companies created equal Radio - Should companies that bought back shares be bailed out? Radio - Insiders, Consumer Spending, US Banks Radio - Learn from lessons of past downturns Radio - Can Canada’s energy patch survive under lack luster policies? Radio - Crude taking a hit just as there was a glimmer of hope for Alberta Radio - Canadian Resource Sector and USMCA Radio - US-China Trade Deal, USMCA Radio - 2019 Economy vs. 2020 Economy

December 18th, 2019 | Gold, Silver, Oil and Gas Radio - Could snake belly low Pot Stocks bounce back? Radio - Vancouver high taxes killing small businesses Radio - A US-China trade deal will not be a cure-all Radio - Does Canada have a 3 “C” economy? Radio - Liberal NDP supported minority government bad for banks, telecoms Radio - Old School Investment Tactics Don’t Work Anymore Radio - Is Global Trade Now in Recession?
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