The Globe and Mail Metro (Ontario Edition) - - Globe Investor - BY TED DIXON

In­sid­ers buy­ing at Ali­men­ta­tion Couche-Tard Over the past five years, Ali­men­ta­tion Couche-Tard Inc. (Fri­day’s close $60.02) is up about 290 per cent, but in the past year, it has un­der­per­formed. The ques­tion for in­vestors now is whether the cur­rent un­der­per­for­mance is part of a trend or if it merely re­flects con­sol­i­da­tion be­fore growth re­sumes. On bal­ance, in­sid­ers seem to be sig­nalling that growth could be re­turn­ing sooner rather than later with the chief fi­nan­cial of­fi­cer Claude Tessier buy­ing on Sept. 8. In­sid­ers, in­clud­ing the CFO, have spent $139,828 pick­ing up shares in the public mar­ket over the past 90 days.

Ted Dixon is CEO of INK Re­search, which pro­vides in­sider news and knowl­edge to in­vestors. For more back­ground on in­sider re­port­ing in Canada, visit the FAQ sec­tion at inkre­search.com. Se­cu­ri­ties ref­er­enced in this pro­file may have al­ready ap­peared in re­cent re­ports dis­trib­uted to INK sub­scribers. INK staff may also hold a po­si­tion in pro­filed se­cu­ri­ties.

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