Blue Star Gold (CVE:BAU) Stock Price Down 2.3%

during trading, a decline of 96% from the average session volume of 82,849 shares. The stock had previously closed at C$0.44. Shares of Blue Star Gold Corp. declined 2.3% during mid-day trading on Thursday. 3,250 shares changed hands during trading, a 96% decline from the average session volume.

The company's share price fell 2.3% in midday trading on Wednesday. The company traded for as little as C$0.43 before trading at C$0.43. Trading saw 3,250 shares change hands, which is a 97% drop from the session average of 107 488 shares. The stock closed previously at C$0.44.

Blue Star Gold Stock Performance

The stock's moving average of C$0.40 is the same as its moving average of C$0.29. The company has a market cap of C$27.59m, a P/E ratio of -14.33, and a beta value of -0.05. The company released its last quarterly earnings report on March 21st. The company reported C$0.01 earnings per share for the quarter.

Blue Star Gold: Insiders' Buying and selling

Other news: Director Klaus Georg Schmid purchased 100,000 shares of Blue Star Gold in a deal dated Monday 13th March. The shares were purchased at a cost of C$0.40 on average per share with a value of C$40,000.00. Insiders purchased 345,000 shares worth $135 325 in the past ninety-days. Insiders own 72.96% the company's stock.

Blue Star Gold Company Profile

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Blue Star Gold Corp. acquires and explores mineral properties in Canada. It searches for gold and other metal deposits. The company holds a 100% stake in the Hood River Property, which covers an area of 8,015 ha in Nunavut. The company also has an interest in the Ulu Property, which covers 947 hectares in western Nunavut. It is also involved in the Roma Project, consisting of nine mineral claims covering 7,683 acres in the High Lake Greenstone Belt. offers a FREE daily email newsletter