MXTR is to low indicating a buying opportunity.
They are a good a good disc drive company and
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MXTR kind of laggin today but it just got above 6
1/2, 6 5/8 has been the point it keeps stallin out at.
Today would be the day to go thru it with all the
momentum in the other disk drive stocks.
If you read the chart carefully, it was a "Buy
at around 750,000 and 250,000 at
"Buy Interest Masseges" for
Super Messages: "Supers" offer a more explicit medium
for broker/dealers to advertise their interest in
stock. In a Super message, broker/dealers
specify the exact
price and size of stock they want
to trade, as well as
whether they are interested
in buying or selling the security.
Supers require a minimum volume of 25,000 shares,
they offer a unique opportunity to gauge the interest
of institutional investors. Due to the specific
these messages and the fast pace of
changes in the marketplace, Supers have a short
shelf-life and offer only a small
glimpse of the total
market for a security.
Interest Messages: These messages serve as a way for
broker/dealers to send
real-time indications of interest to
buy or sell securities. Interest messages are not
binding, but merely offer an indication of which
broker/dealers are actively seeking
to trade a stock.
Generally, the messages serve as means for the
say to institutional investors, "Give me a
call and we'll talk about a trade."
MXTR- Beyond a doubt, in the industry MXTR is the
major quality problems in the past three
years- ask WD if they
can say the same about the past
12 months... They can't. And by
the way, I really
wish you knew something about the industry, MXTR's
pricing is by no means the lowest, no OEM would EVER buy
a drive that was complete junk based purely on
price, and no one's profit margin's are respectable
right now. The OEM's have demanded such low prices due
to low cost machines that every desktop drive
company is suffering. But again, ask anyone in the
industry, they will tell you that MXTR ranks at the top
when it comes to Quailty.