Today’s Biggest TSX Gainers and Losers 

Posted on September 23, 2019 by Mathieu Litalien
Biggest winners and losers on TSX today

It was a tepid start to the week for Canadian stocks as the TSX Index struggled to gain any positive moment on Monday. The Index dropped by 32.49 points (0.19%) despite the fact that oil and gold posted positive daily gains. Oil jumped by 62 basis points, while the price of gold gained almost a full percentage point (0.94%).  


  • DHX Media (TSX:DHX): 11.04% 
  • Jaguar Mining (TSX:JAG):10.53% 
  • Mountain Province Diamonds (TSX:MPVD): 10.34% 
  • First Mining Corp (TSX:FF): 9.62% 
  • Gogold resources (TSX:GGD): 9.38% 
  • Endeavour Silver Corp (TSX:EDR): 9.34% 
  • Turquoise Hill Resources (TSX:TRQ): 8.57% 
  • Just Energy Group (TSX:JE): 7.68% 
  • Below Sun Mining Corp (TSX:BSX): 7.69% 
  • Helix Biopharm (TSX:HPG): 7.48% 

Of those listed, DHX Media (TSX:DHX) stands out as the lone non-resource company. DHX reported fourth quarter earnings. The company posted a loss of $0.47 (vs -0.06 expected) on revenue of $108.8 million (vs $104.16 million expected).  

The biggest surprise however, was that the company announced its intentions to re-brand. It is changing its name to WildBrain, the name of its child-related YouTube Channel, and will undergo a company-wide reorganization. The changes are the first significant moves under former Marvel boss Eric Ellenbogen who was appointed as CEO only a short month ago. 

The company has its work cut out for it, but the market approves of the new direction as it sent its share price soaring.


  • Nemaska Lithium (TSX:NMX): -12.50% 
  • Golden Star Resources (TSX:GSC): -10.72% 
  • Osisko Gold Royalties (TSX:OSK): -9.96% 
  • First Quantum Minerals (TSX:FM): -9.66% 
  • Real Matters (TSX:REAL): -8.90% 
  • Storm Resources (TSX:SRX): -8.09% 
  • Stelco Holdings (TSX:STLC): -6.97% 
  • Burcon Intersciences (TSX:BU): -6.04% 
  • Valeura Energy (TSX:VLSE): -5.20% 
  • Neptune Wellness Solutions (TSX:NEPT): -5.13% 

First Quantum Minerals (TSX:FM) took a hit on Monday after it came out and announced it had not explored a sale of the company. Last week, rumors were afloat that a Chinese company was in talks to takeover the company. First Quantum denied said talks, although it did say it was in talks to sell a minority stake in its Zambian copper assets.  

Osisko Gold (TSX:OSK) dropped on news that it was buying out the remaining shares of Barkerville Gold. Osisko already had a 32.6% stake in the company and it is expected to fund the purchase by issuing shares. It is expected to issue 0.0357 shares of Osisko for each Bakersville share. The reason for the drop? Further share dilution.

When you’re first learning how to buy stocks, it’s not out of the ordinary to get upset about losses. However, we have to understand that investing should be approached with a long term philosophy. Which, if you stick to it, you’ll learn in time.

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Mathieu Litalien

About the author

Mathieu is an individual investor and has been investing part-time for the better part of the past 20 years. He is primarily interested in fundamental analysis, focusing on the long-term and his portfolio is composed primarily of dividend-paying equities. Mathieu has a moderate risk profile and also looks for growth and value. His passion for finance and the markets have led him to his MBA and writing for Seeking Alpha and Stocktrades. Mathieu also focuses primarily on stock research and content production for Premium and the Stocktrades blog.