Today we revisit Premium Brands Holdings Corp. up more than 60 per cent since we wrote about it last year on August 15. The stock hit an all-time high of $59.81 on May 11. The next day, the company reported quarterly EPS of $0.34 versus $0.15 year ago. However, investors sold on the news and the stock dropped 8 per cent on the day. Two insiders have subsequently bought a total of 3,500 shares at $55.00. The company remains in the INK Canadian Insider Index, which had its semi-annual rebalancing on Friday.
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