Weekly Summary - QIS Blog – May 26, 2017 - May 26th 2017
Weekly Summary - QIS Blog – May 26, 2017
There will likely be another QIS Update issued during the week of May 29 - June2 as we are expecting some news from a couple of QIS Feature Companies.
Looking ahead for the rest of 2017, we’ll be conducting a little more independent stock research with the intent to produce and issue some more Independent Research Reports on some of the quality companies that we look into.
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.
Several profiles have been posted within the past week or two and we’ve linked to these profiles below.
OPW Profile PDF: http://www.smallcaps.ca/documents/kQVptdT7/OPW1705.pdf
NCI Profile PDF: http://www.smallcaps.ca/documents/YC29PxLy/NCI1705.pdf
LM Profile PDF: http://www.smallcaps.ca/documents/YfBFyzJN/LM1705.pdf
BXR Profile PDF: http://www.smallcaps.ca/documents/7PZcdRYh/BXR1705.pdf
FMR Profile PDF: http://www.smallcaps.ca/documents/DKJcxyRL/FMR1705.pdf
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During this holiday shortened trading week, the TSX Venture Index posted a gain, albeit a very small one, for the third consecutive week. The S&P TSX Venture Composite Index added 1.69 points to close on Friday at 808.59. On Canada’s benchmark index, the S&P TSX Composite Index fell by 41.53 points to close out the week at 15,416.93 points. South of us in the USA, the Dow Jones Industrial Average bounced back significantly this week, closing back above 21,000 points. The benchmark US index added 275.44 points on the week to close at 21,0808.28.
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