Weekly Summary - QIS Blog April 28, 2017 - April 28th 2017
Weekly Summary - QIS Blog – April 28, 2017
In a few days, we’ll be hosting the The Small-Cap Conference in Vancouver – everyone is welcome. If you are able to attend on May 4, please sign up for free at http://www.smallcapconference.ca/register .
The complete schedule of speakers is set and the schedule is available online at:
QIS Capital will be introducing a new Feature Company within the next week. Stay tuned for more details as we are currently in the process of creating a new company profile.
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.
On Friday after market hours, NTG Clarity Networks (NCI:TSX-V) released annual results for the year ended Dec. 31, 2016. Although Q4 was not pretty, there is some optimism from management regarding results for Q1 and the rest of 2017. We will incorporate this news into the next QIS Update that will be emailed out to subscribers soon.
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The S&P TSX Venture Composite Index has posted its second consecutive weekly decline after shedding 18.15 points to close on Friday at 806.77 points. Also in Canadian trading, the S&P TSX Composite Index was also in the red this week, losing 28.35 points to close out the week at 15,586.13 points. South of the border, the Dow Jones Industrial Average thundered back into positive territory this week after gaining more than 440 points during Monday/Tuesday trading. By Friday, the Dow Jones closed at 20,940.51, locking in total gains for the week of 361.80 points.
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