Although CIBT Education Group Inc. (Friday close: $0.70) is education-focused, 14.2 per cent of its fiscal 2018 revenue came from rentals, while another 17.1 per cent came from real estate development fees. Whether the possibility of a slowing global economy and Canada-China political tension will change foreign student demand for company services remains to be seen, but insiders seem enthusiastic about the future. Over the past 90 days, the company’s chief executive and one director have spent a combined $107,585 picking up shares in the public market. This comes at a time when the company has been buying-back shares.
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