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  • bettyjhb bettyjhb Apr 15, 2000 8:56 PM Flag

    tubo55

    Get a load of this. LPX closed on the NYSE at 13
    3/8. A friend of mine had a sell order in for 2300
    shares at 13 7/16. The trade got executed at 4:11. The
    close on my chart changed from 3/8 to 7/16. I also
    checked Big Charts and Quote Com and they both have the
    close at 13 7/16.

    To top it off, I had the bid,
    offered, and size of LPX for all the regional exchanges on
    my screen until after 4:00EST. I saw with my own
    eyes the 2300 shares go off the board when the market
    wrapped up a couple minutes after 4:00 and the volume did
    not change when it went off the board meaning to me
    they just took it off when the market closed.


    I thought all day orders got cancelled at 4:00 or
    at the most a minute or two after unless the broker
    is specifically told you want to trade in after
    hours trading.

    That was the the only trade after
    the last NYSE trade.

    I thought you might find
    this interesting.

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    • I put up the Hang Seng index that last closed
      about 15,100. (There seems to be more than one of
      them). I put the 200 SMA on it, and the 200 SMA average
      is curently at about 14,000. The index clearly has 5
      waves up on the 2 year daily, with the major 4th wave
      being at about 12,000. Are we talking about the same
      index?

      How does this relate to either the Dow or
      LPX? It seems to me it would get complicated using a
      foreign index to try and figure out what our market is
      going to do. I don't understand the relevance.

 
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