Broker Trade Summary
Stock Dividend Payments
Use this search option to obtain a 10 point check-list for trading
activity on any of six key exchanges. Includes Canadian exchanges plus New York
The Market View page allows you to filter stocks using a variety of
criteria. You can use this page to find the most actives, top gainers and top
losers on a particular exchange.
The Block Trades page
allows you to identify when a large quantity of shares is traded on the Nasdaq,
New York, TSE or TSX-V. You can define your own minimum volume and dollar
values. Enter a symbol to limit the results to a particular symbol or leave the
symbol field empty to see all block trades on an exchange.
The Broker Trade Summary page
allows you to generate a report that summarizes the trading activity for all brokers on the TSX or TSX-V, for one trading day.
You can see the number of trades, volume of shares and dollar volume bought and sold, for each boker.
This page lists all halted stocks on the exchange.
Stock Dividend Payments
Here you can isolate stocks that have made a dividend payout in a given
time period. Note: dividends are usually paid quarterly and fiscal calendars
01 Cash equivalent of a stock dividend
02 Option traded stock
03 Increase in rate
04 Decrease in rate
05 Stock dividend
06 First dividend since listing on the TSE
07 First dividend since corporation or issuance
08 Following stock split
09 Extra dividend
10 US funds
11 Estimated dividend
12 Foreign currency other than US
14 Tax deferred
15 First dividend since re-organization of shares
16 Rights or warrents also trading ex-dividend
17 Or stock in lieu of cash
18 Full dividend not paid on shares pursuant to exercise of warrants during current quarterly dividend period
19 Floating rate
20 Special dividend
21 Late notification
22 Advanced notification
The participant search allows you to find out which individuals and/or
companies are are involved with a particular company and what their
participations are. Over two dozen roles including directors, shareholders,
private placements, vendors, successor/predecessor companies and
Trade Workstation allows you to see highly detailed broker
activity for a specific stock, and shows you
all the trades on a given day or in a given date range.
Here you can assess the aggregrate interest of major brokers and banks in
certain stocks over time, by seeing what they're buying, selling, and
This analysis tool enables you to combine the functions of:
- Broker Codes List
- Trade Workstation for CDN Exchanges
- Individual Trades by Date for US Exchanges
Trade Workstation for CDN Exchanges
This application lets you search three different ways:
- Individual Trades by Date
- Broker Summary by Date Range
- One Broker by Date Range
This page allows you to screen companies using a variety of criteria, such
- shares issued
- last close price
- within % of year high/low
- earnings per share
- market capitalization
- last trade date
- price earnings ratio
- dividends per share
- dividend yield
- belongs to index (TSE300, TSE200, TSE100, TSE35)
This application allows users to find companies based on the specific search
criteria that they enter. None of the search criteria are required fields,
however, many have default values.
If you find you are getting no results, try submitting the form without
entering anything. Then add your parameters one by one.
All data used for this search is updated daily at 3:30pm Pacific time.
results will only display current data, back data cannot be
searched. The year high/low values used are rolling figures for the past 365
days, just like when you get a quote. Market capitalization is the number of
shares multiplied by the share price - this is the total value the market is
placing on the company.
Here you can
generate reports on short positions for stocks listed on
Canadian Exchanges. Calculations use the
last available close price.
Figures are updated from TSE reports on a twice monthly basis, on or about
the 3rd and 18th.