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Canadian Insider Trading Activity

An insider trade occurs when an individual that has non-public information about a company buys or sells shares of that company's stock. Examples of people who would be considered insiders include a company's executive officers (CEO, CFO, COO), its board of directors, and its major shareholders. Insiders are required to submit their trading activity to the Securities and Exchange Commission through Form 4 filings. Tracking a company's insider trading activity is an effective way to identify management's true outlook on the company's future growth and prospects. Below you will find MarketBeat's free insider trading tracker which reports the latest insider buying and selling activity from U.S., Canadian, and U.K. stock exchanges.

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CompanyInsider NameBuy/SellShares Bought/SoldTotal TransactionShares Held After TransactionTransaction DateDetails
Eldorado Gold Co. stock logo
Eldorado Gold
Joseph Dennis Dick (Senior Officer)Sell47,000C$751,971.805/29/2024
Paramount Resources Ltd. stock logo
Paramount Resources
Michael S. Han (Senior Officer)Sell14,200C$457,950.005/30/2024
Superior Plus Corp. stock logo
Superior Plus
Kirsten Olsen (Senior Officer)Buy3,765C$35,278.055/27/2024

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