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Ted Dixon is co-founder of INK Research; INK stands for Insider News and Knowledge and is Canada's first online financial news and research service providing investor insight into what public company executives and significant shareholders are doing with their ownership interests. INK is also first in North America to provide a free source of insider trading alerts and reports across both the U.S. and Canadian stock markets. Free INK services are found on CanadianInsider.com and InsiderTracking.com. Dixon has also lectured in corporate finance at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. Before starting INK, he worked at the Connor, Clark & Lunn Financial Group where his responsibilities included portfolio strategy and product development. He has also been an analyst at the Fraser Institute and a treasury specialist at TD Bank. In the early days, he was a floor trader on the Vancouver Stock Exchange. Dixon is a Chartered Financial Analyst and member of CFA Vancouver (formerly The Vancouver Society of Financial Analysts). He holds an MBA in financial management from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of British Columbia.
Ted Dixon: What Gold Stock Insider Trading Tells Us (4/7/14) Despite the recent big gains in gold stocks, company insiders and institutional investors are still 2.5 times more likely to be buyers than sellers. According to Ted Dixon, cofounder and CEO of INK Research, this shows that those in the know are still quite bullish, despite the pullback in March. In this interview with The Gold Report, Dixon names the top insider buyers by dollar amount and by volume, and explains how investors should interpret this data.
Three Rules of Thumb for Watching Insider Trading: Ted Dixon (6/14/13) Data on trades made by company insiders—key executives and directors—demonstrates to Ted Dixon, co-founder and CEO of INK Research, that most of them are contrarian in their approaches. Lately, Dixon finds that insider indicators in the gold and junior gold miner sectors are "off the charts." In this interview with The Gold Report, Dixon shares the names of frequent traders in recent months, along with insights into why, when and how insiders are trading.