David Ott Insider Profile

David Ott, Director at Camden National, holds 27.94K shares in Camden National (Ticker: CAC), holds 0.00 shares in C1 Financial (Ticker: BNK).
David Ott

David Ott
Camden National (CAC)

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Insider Holdings

A breakdown of David Ott's holdings

Insider Roles

Camden National
Roles that David Ott holds in companies

Most Profitable Insider Trade

Camden National
Rating:Informative Buy
Date:Feb 11, 2016 - Feb 11, 2017
The most profitable trade made by David Ott

David Ott's Trading History

Company Name
Last Transaction Date
Insider Position
Last Transaction
Last Transaction Amount
Holding Value
Camden National
May 03, 2018
Uninformative Buy
C1 Financial
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      What stocks does David Ott hold?
      David Ott holds: CAC, BNK stocks.
        What was David Ott’s latest transaction?
        David Ott latest transaction was an Uninformative Buy of ―.
          What was David Ott's most profitable transaction?
          David Ott’s most profitable transaction was an Informative Buy of CAC stock on February 11, 2016. The return on the trade was 63.50%.
            What is David Ott's role in Camden National?
            David Ott's role in Camden National is Director.
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