yes I know took a gamble and lost. But I bought about $1200 worth of this POS hoping to make 30-40%. Halted before I could dump. Money I invested was profit from another stock anyways. I know stock is halted until Sept 30th, but I just checked my balance in Scottrade and it says big fat zero for Market Value, and Last price. Never seen that before. Any else have issue?
As PWEI is not trading, at this time your money in the stock is not being reflected. On Oct 1, it will show up for your to pull it out...whatever is left of it. The SEC is not doing this for your health sake, it is doing it for its own health. They will "fine" the company for some inaccurate statement, and we may never see a dime of our money again. It is not a coincidence that the SEC moved right after half billion shares had exchanged hands. Lots of money there...to collect as a nice fine. Moral of the story is...never put more than a thousand dollars in these kinds of stocks to start with, and never more than 20% of the returns that you have collected on these stocks. As SEC is not likely to kill the goose that lays the golden egg, the chances of the next ten APS stocks being halted is slim to none.
Same, just has two ## next to symbol and value is zero...All i was looking for was 10 cents on this garbage and never look at it again, i thank the SEC for taking my 10k and giving me back pennies because over the years i realized it's ok to lose money but never ok to make money
If your money is gone on Scott Trade they took it and no one else at this time. When PWEI is back on to trade your money should be back at Scott Trade if it is'nt they took it Scott Trade . The stock will start back where it left off. From there who knows.But it will be back on the boards for trading.
Fidelity shows my value as of close before the halt and will trade in the grays if I need to if the POS is lost there forever. What is funny, amazing and dumb is that PWEI is no different than any APS promo so this smells rotten and APS is right back at it. More power to APS but the SEC looks like total goofballs more so than ever now.