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Euro’s weekly, three-day dhart candlesticks may tempt traders to buy call spreads, while Bitcoin’s and gold’s breakout directions are unclear, writes Trevor Smith of Trevor's Trading.
Just when you think the coronavirus will start fading off into the distance it makes a comeback with the new Omicron variant, states Steve Reitmeister, editor of Reitmeister Total Return.
Eagle Point Credit Company (ECC) is a closed-end fund that invests in CLOs (collateralized loan obligations). CLOs are bundles of corporate bank loans that are "securitized" and sold to investors, explains Rida Morwa, editor of High Dividend Opportunities.
President Biden has signed his gargantuan $1 trillion infrastructure bill. How can you profit? asks Mark Skousen, editor of Forecasts & Strategies.
I’ll come right out and say it: seasonal trends are masking worrying market signals, states Bob Lang of Explosive Options.
The energy market is facing a “Catch-22.” The shift to cleaner sources has put pressure on energy stocks while global supply chain shortages and periodic outbreaks of COVID-19 keeps boosting energy stocks, observes Jim Woods, editor of The Deep Woods.
Investors who want income don’t have to settle for the negative real yields (after inflation and taxes) available in traditional retirement income investments, explains Bob Carlson, editor of Retirement Watch.
Recently, the cannabis sector has shown signs of increased volume, volatility, and a reasonably strong potential for a price base, explains charting specialist Chris Vermeulen, editor of The Technical Traders. 
Valuations remain at or near their highest levels in history, corporations continue to add to their record debt loads, and inflation is proving to be non-transitory, cautions Jim Stack, money manager and editor of InvesTech Research.
The world is zooming toward an electric vehicle (EV) future, but there’s an alternative power system that runs on the most common element in the universe, and its only emission is water, notes Sean Brodrick, editor of Wealth Wave.

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As the world moves forward following the economic disruptions of the Covid-19 pandemic, seasonal investing can offer a strategic approach focused on investing based on historically demonstrated seasonal trends. Join Brooke Thackray, research analyst at Horizons ETFs, as he explores the seasonal investing lessons of the past year and the sectors, asset classes, and commodities that could benefit through 2021 and beyond.
Indiva Limited is a top 10 license producer of cannabis products, and leads the edibles category in Canada with greater than 40% market share. Indiva has a tremendous growth opportunity in front of it in the years to come as the cannabis market and the edibles category both continue to expand. Indiva's growth and path to profitability will be driven by new product introduction, deeper and wider retail penetration, and rising margins as input costs decline. Indiva trades on the TSX Venture under the symbol NDVA and on the OTCQX Best market under the symbol NDVAF.
Interest rates have bottomed, inflation is rising, and the economy is recovering. Join Michael Cooke, SVP and head of ETFs at Mackenzie Investments, to learn about strategies that can improve diversification, reduce risk, and enhance returns in the year ahead.
The global economy has some major problems. Benj Gallander will discuss the current state of affairs and some stocks that will potentially do much better than the market and potentially enhance his 20-year annualized return of 18.1%.
Buying just the index (S&P 500 or TSX) would simplify outperform over 95% of fund managers, mutual funds, and private broker client accounts over any five-year period. This is due, not because of a lack of expertise, but because of investment fee (MER), the overhead cost to the analyst, commission fees to the broker, and just keeping the lights in the home office. This combination can be anywhere from 2% to a whopping 5%. This can be a big chuck of the profits. However, to outperform the index, a slightly different approach is needed besides simply buying and holding the index. This is where the fun starts.

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Oil demand is back to pre-Covid levels. The problem is, we might not have enough supply to meet this demand. How can oil traders profit on what could be one of the biggest shortages in recent history?



This presentation will focus on structural changes in energy supply that are likely to make oil and gas stocks a lot more investable in the 2020s decade than in the prior decade.
There are thousands of investment options to choose from in 2021, but which are best? Which are right for you? The Ashcroft Capital team shares a unique perspective and outlook for investing in multifamily apartments. In this presentation, you will learn what is happening in the commercial real estate space today, and what investment firms and investors are experiencing during an inflationary year.
With Covid in the rearview mirror, 2022 may be a year of challenges and opportunities. Was Covid the Pearl Harbor moment? Huge changes came out of World War II. Will we experience the same level of change from Covid?

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