Says, we retrace back to the gaps from early 2016 over the next few days or weeks. It took about fifteen days to hit the low 1800s back in Jan 2016 and then it double bottomed again in Feb... with many people claiming we make new highs, that would be a good launch spot to hit those new highs for the elections... just my thoughts...
Yes, amazing. I don't think I'll sleep much this evening. Charging my cell phone now so I can check while in the comfort of my bed.
The way the market is moving up on unrestrained euphoria today, what will fuel further spikes if/when the remain vote wins? I'd like to know who is buying. I wish that level of transparency was available on every trade. Then we'd know who really moves the market.
It means one was in the wrong place at the wrong time and the other was in the right place at the right time, sort of like people who trade stocks.
There was a topping tail on the Dow and S&P.. didn't look at the others. It was a huge tail but at least double the tip size... will be curious if the storyline tomorrow is the Brexits back on, the end of the world as we know it.
Thanks.. that explains it. And to answer my own question on liquidity in the USA market, yes there is based on past moves, enough liquidity to sell into or at least it looks like it on the chart.
If there's little to no volume = liquidity in the USA version of a Canadian stock, then it could make exiting difficult? Also, I could swear I brought up a chart with the AGBPF symbol but can't repeat it now. Where can I find the daily volumes on the USA ticker for alp.v? Any ideas?
So liquidity could be a problem if the volume in the USA ticker is much less than its Canadian counterpart or does a purchase in the USA of that stock or any other Canadian stocks show in the volume totals in the Canadian ticker and liquidity is combined in both tickers. Does my question make sense?
dickie, that symbol must be a Canadian identity. Fidelity saying ALP.V is actually AGBPF in the USA market and trades at a lesser price. Currently, Bid is .111, Ask is .01269 and zero volume so far. Does the volume on a Canadian stock differ from stock of the same company but different symbol in the USA or is all stock bought in that company tallied?