Insiders bet on harvesting profits at CubicFarm Systems Momentum is brewing in Canada's junior market with the S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index setting a year-to-date high Thursday. It is an old school rally being led by mining stocks. However, as investors start to chase junior mining stocks, they may be overlooking some other worthwhile junior names in other industries. Globally-focused CubicFarm Systems looks like a case in point. The British Columbia based company provides automated growing systems aimed at reducing indoor growing costs and supporting local agriculture. The stock has pulled back a bit this month as junior mining picked up steam. That could represent a buying opportunity for risk-tolerant investors looking for growth. On that front, on June 18th, CubicFarm announced the launch of its control room chamber system with maiden installations by a customer in British Columbia. Seeing local farming take up CubicFarm's services reinforces the view that the company could be well-positioned to capitalize on an emerging investment theme that the world will be shifting towards more local production whether it be in manufacturing or agriculture in the wake of COVID-19. It is also encouraging to see continued insider buying as the stock attempts to emerge from the shadow of the junior mining rally. Get our full report via or the Canadian Insider Club at This report is not a recommendation to buy or sell securities.