A two or three cent spread on a stock that trades to four decimal places, ha. Go MCZ!
I decided to test the level 2 numbers and one time a 100 share buy did move the price up over 2 cents to the lowest ask. The second time when the lowest ask was still more than 2 cents higher than the highest bid (current price) the buy went through right at the highest bid. I guess you can have a hidden ask lower than the shown lowest ask. In the past when I got hidden volume they have been at the lowest ask.
There's no way of knowing whether it's one person, several people acting in concert, or several people acting at random. For every share traded, there's a seller AND a buyer; it's just that price will decline until a balance is found.
I personally think the whole behavior since mid-November has been essentially directionless; volumes are too low and it's just been jaggy / noise.
I think the only real 'bad' news is that there hasn't been any good news.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Yep I just got mine for IOS and it works very well. Only a matter of time before more games are developed for that. Several people I know who are on the move (think business travel) love the idea of bringing a console like gaming experience with them. And at home through Apple TV, I can stream it to my television if I choose.
Thanks, Dot. Please let me know how the upgrade goes, and if you see any performance issues afterward. I've had some sluggish behavior on my old Nexus 7 after Lollipop; it was definitely helped by clearing the device cache via console, but still doesn't seem very snappy.
I'll prolly try it Monday regardless, but would def. like to know if you experience issues first.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Thanks to a third party, you can now install Android 5.0 via a custom rom on your MOJO and make it a far more usable device.
Get all the details and files on XDA in the MOJO forum. I am going to try the upgrade later this week and will post the results.
Why don't you pose that question to Markman.He's on Twitter (seemingly every hour:-)and responds readily to inquiries. Maybe they have another experience than your's...
Microsoft and Sony lower costs by mass producing one version of their controllers and then creating peripherals such as play and charge kits which they can sell at a premium on top of the original cost. I am not knocking either company in that sense because its a great business model. I'm saying that there is a market in between the two which someone like Madcatz, who has a long existing history of providing controllers, could enter into. Additionally, Madcatz already caters to serious gaming and competitive gaming leagues (such as MLG) by providing surround sound headsets in there Tritton division. Why not provide a wired controller, which is widely preferred to this demographic, since its direct connection, more precise interaction with little to no lag, and no concern for switching batteries out frequently throughout the course of a weekend,
Apparently they thought the demand was high enough to create the play and charge kit. Might I add that just because Microsoft does or does not sell something, doesn't mean there is a demand for it.... i.e. Kinect.
That's great. With the YEN at nearly 5 year lows we are sure to hear
Darren say, what we didn't make in profit we made in sales.
Ineptitude at its finest.!!
No I'm acting like someone who understands how modern day controllers and gaming systems function. Do you really think that if the demand was so great for a wired controller that Microsoft and Sony wouldn't produce their own licensed version?
You talkin' about Darren Again? The pattern is obvious,
and give me all the thumbs down you want.
ATM's are very dangerous in the hands of the unscrupulous.