My question was answered by someone on iHub... The securities listed on the London exchange are listed in pence which is 1/100 of an English Pound. This is not an ADR it is an OTC for the exact same stock, so one share of PureCircle here equates to one share there. The volume here may be pretty anemic but in London it tends to trade hundreds of thousands of shares per day. If the price here seems a bit strange then check the London Exchange (ticker Pure.L) before you place your bid; London is really the one driving the final share price. If volume here ever drops to zero then you'll need to look there to determine the right trading price. There are conversion pages on the Internet for converting from USD to English Pound and back.
Is this an ADR for Pure.L ?
If so these must equate to about 1/100 of a share of Pure.L
To figure out what an appropriate price hereis... One would need to look up Pure.L (which closes early because it's London), convert that to USD and then divide by the appropriate amount. I'm guessing that amount is 100 but it could be more or less. It must be listed somewhere. Does anyone here know for sure?
Zero volume 9:20 . Wall Street Daily gets you in the door then up sells or tries to up sell you everyday . I'm not a fool I didn't trade the the bank , doing a social experiment about these scam artist just saying .More to come .