229134043 - 1_qnav8neg - PID 1851201 Hi Ted Dixon with your INK daily preview for Wednesday February 16th. Insiders buy as nickel gives Sherritt International a charge. It has been a turbulent ride for the shareholders of cobalt and nickel producer Sherritt International over the last five years as the stock ran into multiple headwinds including losses at a former joint venture Madagascar nickel project. The share price, off 56% over the past half decade but the future is looking brighter based on our signals. The INK Edge outlook has improved thanks to relatively attractive valuations, improving price momentum and insider buying. In terms of capital structure, the firm will have no debt due until 2026 giving it some breathing room to ride out the current Fed tightening cycle. That said, Sherritt will need management to succeed in implementing its business plan along with strong nickel and cobalt prices to help manage its 441 million dollars in long-term debt. At this point, it is good to see the stock moving up our rankings as insiders bet on the company’s future. Well that is all for today. And thanks for stopping by. Don’t forget to click on the notify button under this video and I hope to see you again tomorrow as we let the insiders guide us to opportunity in 2022. This is not a recommendation to buy or sell securities and nothing in this video or in INK reports should be considered financial advice information is for educational purposes INK employees may hold an interest in any stock mentioned in our videos or in our reports.