Bankers, step in front of them and see what happens. The term wall street = bankers they own most stocks at very low price, like aapl (64%) most bought close to 5.00 per share after a split sell 1/2 with 0 investment in what are kept. Go through (stocks) the major holders it will be the same ones most of the time.
I don't understand why pre pre-market is even allowed. What's the point? Why can some players access the market while the others can't? To me, pre pre-market and even pre-market are designed for manipulation.
also, what would really be the difference if there was no PM
and the stock gapped down 4 points on the opening trade of regular hours
or plunged 4 points in the first 10 seconds of trading
are you saying that you feel like you are missing out on the change to make a trade that would save some money?
I have an IB (Interactive Brokers) account and can trade PM and AH just like regular hours. No special access required (I`m and ordinary person).
I`m wondering if press4facts would be complaining if it had gone up to 429 PM.
PM and AH do lend themselves more to manipulation because of the low volume, but it is hard to say if regular hours would or wouldn`t move the stock there anyway.
Why don`t you have access to PM and AH?