Help

Ad blocking detected

Thank you for visiting CanadianInsider.com. We have detected you cannot see ads being served on our site due to blocking. Unfortunately, due to the high cost of data, we cannot serve the requested page without the accompanied ads.

If you have installed ad-blocking software, please disable it (sometimes a complete uninstall is necessary). Private browsing Firefox users should be able to disable tracking protection while visiting our website. Visit Mozilla support for more information. If you do not believe you have any ad-blocking software on your browser, you may want to try another browser, computer or internet service provider. Alternatively, you may consider the following two offers if you want an ad-free experience.

Canadian Insider Club
$299/ year*
Daily Morning INK newsletter
+1 year archive
Canadian Market INK weekly newsletter
+1 year archive
3 publication downloads per month from the PDF store
Top 20 Gold, Top 30 Energy, Top 40 Stock downloads from the PDF store
All benefits of basic registration
No 3rd party display ads
No requirement to accept commercial emails from us
30-day money back guarantee*
JOIN THE CLUB
Canadian Insider Ad-Free
$49/ year*
All benefits of basic registration
No 3rd party display ads
No requirement to accept commercial emails from us
30-day money back guarantee*
GO AD-FREE

* Price is subject to applicable taxes. Money back guarantee: For bona fide Ad-Free or Canadian Insider Club subscribers, if you cancel with-in 30 days of first subscribing, we will refund your payment upon request. After cancelling, using the same email that is associated with your account, request a refund via our Contact Us form at the bottom of the page. We will only consider one refund request per household or organization. We cannot accommodate refund requests where an account holder has not provided verifiable address and billing information.

Technical Chart

The large price chart shows the daily price history with high/low closing. When the stock closed higher (lower) than the open, the daily range is green (red). The shaded area represents the range between the top and lower Bollinger range for the day. If a stock is at the top (bottom) Bollinger line, it may be overbought (oversold). The chart also provides simple 20, 50 and 200 day moving averages. Traders are often bullish (bearish) on a stock when shorter term moving averages are above (below) longer term averages.

The bottom of the large chart shows the daily volume distinguished by up (green) or down (red) days.
The second chart from the top shows the relative strength index for the stock. At a reading over 70, the stock is often considered overbought while a reading under 30 is often considered oversold.

The third chart shows when the MACD line (a measure of the difference between the exponential 26-day and 12-day moving averages) is above (bullish) or below (bearish) its 9 day trend line. When the MACD is above (below) its trend line, the green bars are positive (negative). Some traders also watch for the MACD line moving above (bullish) or below (bearish) the zero line.

Traders may also look for times when the MACD makes a lower high at the same time a stock makes a new high (bearish divergence). Alternatively, traders may also keep an eye out for times when the MACD makes a higher low at the same time the stock makes a new low (bullish divergence).

The second chart from the bottom shows insider buying (green) or selling (red) trading volume for the day. A jump in insider buying as the stock is falling (rising) is often a contrarian (momentum) bullish long-term (short-term) sign. A jump in insider selling when the stock is rising (falling) is often a contrarian (momentum) bearish long-term (short-term) sign.

The bottom chart shows the trend in overall insider equity holdings for the stock where the total insider holding are plotted for each day. If holdings move higher on a day when insider volume is red in the chart above it, it may mean insiders are exercising options or rights, but not selling all the newly acquired stock into the market (often bullish). A jump in insider holdings as the stock is falling (rising) is often a contrarian (momentum) bullish long-term (short-term) sign. A drop in insider holdings when the stock is rising (falling) is often a contrarian (momentum) bearish long-term (short-term) sign.