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Capital Ideas Media President and Publisher Mark Bunting in conversation with Paul Beattie, co-founder of the BT Global Growth Fund, which has consistently beaten the market since inception in 2006 with an annualized return net of fees of 9%.
Paul has Five Top Picks for you, talks about long/short strategies, the importance of cash flow, and explains how to profit from the inefficient Canadian market
Capital Ideas Media President and Publisher Mark Bunting sits down with Dr. Zaki Rakib, founder and CEO of Canna-V-Cell Sciences (CSE:CNVC), a company disrupting the burgeoning cannabis sector through bio farming.
Rakib asks and answers the question: Why grow plants when all you want are the active ingredients? Canna-V-Cell’s proprietary and scaleable technology produces a cannabis powder at a fraction of the cost of traditional growing methods and uses a sliver of the space.
The company is proving out its technology this year, will build a manufacturing facility (probably in California), and plans to be selling its product to consumer-facing companies in 2020.
Capital Ideas Media President and Publisher Mark Bunting in conversation with Bruce Campbell, who provides investors with Six Small Cap Top Picks, investing strategies and insights, and he answers viewer questions. At the time of this live interview, Bruce's Purpose Canadian Equity Growth Fund was the best-performing small-to-mid-cap mutual fund this year with a return of nearly 14%.
Capital Ideas Media President and Publisher Mark Bunting talks to Adam Cegielski, CEO of Eyecarrot Innovations (TSXV:EYE), whose Binovi technology platform is showing the way forward in functional vision care, and advancing the way patients are diagnosed and treated. Cegielski says Eyecarrot’s growth is speeding up as doctors and patients see the results.
In this Best of Episode of Capital Ideas Radio, Mark Bunting sits down with Franco-Nevada (TSX:FNV;NSYE:FNV) CEO David Harquail to talk about the company's sector-leading streaming and royalty assets, and the firm's outstanding 18% compound annual growth rate over the last 10 years. (This episode was recorded in June of 2018.)
In this Best of Episode of Capital Ideas Radio, Mark Bunting talks to Cronos Group (TSX:CRON;NASDAQ:CRON) Chairman, President and CEO Michael Gorenstein about the company's ambitious plans to have cannabis production hubs on six continents. (This episode was recorded in March of 2018.)
One of Canada’s foremost stock pickers isolates five top picks he thinks have been abandoned by the market “because they’re not weed”. Taylor, a Capital Ideas Media contributor, also gives valuable investment insights, takes viewer questions, and explains why he believes management at Aphria, a company in which he was an early investor, got "lazy and dumb".
Capital Ideas Media publisher Mark Bunting talks to John McMullen, CEO of LGC Capital (TSXV:LG), about the company’s global strategy, planned two million+ square foot production capacity, and retail brands. LGC is looking to more than triple revenue in 2019, and McMullen says the ultimate goal is to roll up the assets in which the company has stakes into LGC.
Capital Ideas Media publisher Mark Bunting sits down with Peekaboo Beans (CSE:BEAN) founder and CEO Traci Costa, who tells us about the children’s clothing company’s strategic shift from direct selling to an omni-channel model, and the immediate results Peekaboo has seen. Another big change is Peekaboo’s move to Shopify’s e-commerce platform, which Costa calls “amazing”. She also discusses Peekaboo’s use of social media influencers to build brand awareness. All of these moves Costa believes will “supercharge” growth and light a fire under the stock.
The audio version of a Capital Ideas TV live stream show as host Mark Bunting talks to Kintavar Exploration (TSXV:KTR) President and CEO Kiril Mugerman, who tells us about the company’s promising copper project in southern Quebec. Will larger players take an interest? Mugerman also discusses Kintavar’s gold properties in Quebec that are surrounded by projects owned by bigger gold companies such as Agnico Eagle. Kintavar’s stock quintupled earlier this year and Mugerman says the shares have come back into a buying zone for those who missed the first run.