Tried to buy more shares yesterday, but was only able to fill 20% of my order. The shares I did buy came in as odd lots. It doesn't seem like there is as much determined selling as there has been in the past.
Don't forget OMEX management is in San Francisco today to speak with Lake Street Capital and institutional funds. I am not expecting much, if anything, in sort of news, but as more funds digest what is going on, you just might see a spike very soon. Already today there was one volume spike and shares trading higher. You just never know.
Appears share price and ever so slightly volume is receiving a boost from the SF investors conference. Perhaps the conference immediately following G news was orchestrated by the new PR firm with more positives scheduled soon to maximize benefit to both company and share price.
My orders are always All or None. Sometimes they fill from more than one source to get to my total, but all at my offered price. I suppose I could just set a limit price and get a partial fill, but then the commission would be spread over fewer shares. I know, I'm a nit picker when it comes to money.
My experience is that even if the order takes multiple trades to fill, it costs the same as if it all filled at once. You give the order to the brokerage to trade x number of shares at a given price, their job to get it done. Of course, I have only ever experienced that on same day sales, watching an order get incrementally filled throughout the day and being charged one commission.
I usually just set a limit price of the ask that I am comfortable with. Most of the time it gets filled. I did have one trade where I only managed to sell one share and the commission was more than half the share price. The broker waived the commission on the transaction when I complained.