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because it gives companies that are down but with news coming out very soon. I think it's an interesting investment perspective. Instead of buying air with the chance of getting indeed more air, you can buy on the ground and hope it takes off. http://220.127.116.11/4vier/30.html
Splits to be announced...
... via an
interesting service billed as the split predictor.
not sure how it works or how they put this
information together but
their track record has my
What would it be like to have info
on upcoming splits BEFORE they happen?
would it be like NOT to have that information if its
Anyway, I got access to the site and features through
this free link; just
cut and paste or type it
well I am back. but wheres the action
see any enthusasm in these boards. apathy is
low....or high depending on how you look at the big
picture. Is any body got a clue? maybe time to pick up
1-2k shares if stock goes back to 15 some bucks to be
made....but I dont see any action what with this stock
I'm sure you've seen the buzz throughout the
Internet about Level 2 quotes as investors ask each other
what the price is like for a stock on the Level 2. A
flat quote just doesn't cut it anymore.
what it is is a system that shows how many people are
on the bid and ask for a stock at a point in
It was designed for brokers to evaluate the best
time to buy and sell but with the advent of the net it
is now available for the average investor.
really gives you a much better grasp of the strength of
a stock price and the momentum.
lets you keep your broker honest by seeing what the
market will bear. Same goes for the on-line brokerages
who so-often "just miss" the price you
Keep them honest, stay informed, and add this free
service to your arsenal:
Just visit the free stock
site at www.stockscene.net for access to the Level 2
Why be in the dark with PWN
Anyone here interested in seeing the latest
I'm intrigued by some of the new forecasts
considering the last research
report, (it's there
Seems I had missed a lot about the company in my
earlier research. Guess
that�s why they pay the
Anyway, take a peek at the research report... this newest
one or the
archived ones, and tell me if you agree
with the price target�and the
I�ve got my fingers crossed.
Oh yeah, here's
the link to the free research report
I own a couple of Mr. Payroll check cashing
stores, and I just can't imagine why people would want to
use the machines -- they are more expensive, slower,
and not as friendly. Plus, you need to turn your
money over faster and a machine just doesn't lend
itself to you picking up the checks at 4:55pm and
running them to the bank.
I'm not sold on the
machines, but then again, I don't own any of
As technology advances so too
go the markets and now it seems more and more people
are trading electonically long after the markets
It�s the After Hours market�wild, crazy and often a
strong indication of what�s to come the next trading
Think about it: News, a filing, or an earnings report
comes out after the bell. Want to wait until tomorrow
when the whole world is moving on it?
Or do you
want to see what the stock is trading at in the After
Here�s a free link to www.tech2k.org if
you decide you want to keep an eye on PWN
The check cashing machine is a seriously flawed
concept, and will never amount to anything significant,
IMO. Unloading this on Wells is one of the few smart
decisions PWN management has made over the last few years.
Wells Fargo has a greater capital investment and
have been personally involved in hand picking the
management team that is developing this system. Just sit
back and watch. This invention will make a 100 times
more money than we ever dreamed CAI would make.