Weekly Summary - QIS Blog – January 12, 2018 - January 12th 2018
Weekly Summary - QIS Blog – January 12, 2018
The corporate profiles for several of QIS Capital's Feature Companies are currently in the process of being updated. Once these new versions are posted on the website, we will include the updated links to the associated pages on www.smallcaps.ca.
We are always looking for new investment ideas and are open to researching any promising companies discussed in this forum or presented to us via email or phone call. As always, we have a preference for those stocks which are fundamentally sound, undervalued and underfollowed.
The first QIS Capital email update of 2018 was sent out to subscribers before market open on Monday, January 8, 2018. QIS Update #1 included the latest corporate updates from Newlox Gold Ventures (LUX:CSE) and NTG Clarity Networks (NCI:TSX-V).
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During the second week of trading in 2018, the two Canadian indices that we track delivered losses while the Dow Jones Industrial Average continued to soar. The S&P TSX Venture Composite Index posted a fresh 52-week high of 939.66 points before closing out the week on Friday afternoon at 878.20 points. On the week, the TSX Venture Index lost 17.51 points. Canada’s most-watched index, the S&P TSX Composite, also posted a loss this week, shedding a combined 41.26 points. The TSX Composite closed out the week at 16,308.18. In the United States, the Dow Jones Industrial Average raced past 25,000 points and is closing in on 26,000. The Dow Jones hit a new all-time high on Friday of 25,810.43 before closing out the day at 25,803.19 points.
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