Weekly Summary - QIS Blog - January 25, 2019 - January 25th 2019
Weekly Summary - QIS Blog - January 25, 2019
After the initial QIS Capital conference call was hosted this past week with Deer Horn Capital Inc. (DHC:CSE), we are now in the process of arranging a similar call with senior management from another promising small-cap company. We appreciate those investors who participated in the debut call!
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 email update of 2019 was issued by QIS Capital to all subscribers on January 14, 2019. QIS Update #1 includes information from Deer Horn Capital (DHC:CSE), and news from International Frontier Resources (IFR:TSX-V).
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Each of the three indices tracked in this section of our weekly blog posted a small gain. The S&P TSX Venture Composite Index moved up on the week by 9.05 points to finish on Friday back above 600 at 604.56 points. Canada's most watched stock market index, the S&P TSX Composite Index, posted a fifth consecutive weekly gain and has been in the green during 18 of the past 21 trading days. On Friday, the TSX Composite closed up at 15,366.05 points, an increase of 62.22 from last week. South of us in the United States, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was nearly flat on the week, posting a small gain of 30.85 points to close on Friday at 24,737.20.
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