3309 Drysdale Ct
Edwardsville, IL 62025
AAZZD-AAZZF. Tradestation says can not identify a
valid price to either buy or sell but also no
Guys make sure you have multiple brokers - wise since some go
down at times.
Company should be involved to clear this up- right ?
NO - the issue is only with YOUR broker. It has absolutely
nothing to do with the company. TS sucks for trading
individual stocks anyway.
Steve, who do you recommend then to have as an additional
broker? I have TDA and they did lag on both occasions with AAZZF -
AAZZD - AAZZF, but they've been pretty good overall for executions
and the TOS platform may not be as good as TS, but it's not
TDA is pretty good and similar to Schwab (merging). Would
consider TS/Fidelity/IB/Etrade as others. Some good new ones
are First Trade and Trade Zero. The split stuff is rare and
not an issue to be concerned about - it's about ease of use, cost,
and good fills, reliability
TastyWorks? Any good? I've dropped CNBC in the background
recently for TastyTrade live (at least part of the day...once CNBC
starts repeating themselves). Seeing how they can move their
strikes around quickly to analyze complex strategies quickly has me
pretty jealous...but I don't want to dump a big account into a
broker that seems to be targeting smaller/ newbie trader
Weekly readings overbought with psar sell signals. Looks
like distribution. Big money has already been made.
Roger - As you know. I bought the pullbac in August low 5s so a
nice bounce. Big money hasn't even been close to being made - check
back in 12 -36 months and you and that PSAR of yours will be very
tired. Wise to take some short term profits after 60 percent
I’m not on the sell side. I’ll call trade desk
Monday for explanation
Explanation of no offers. Is what I want to know
Just calling it as I see it. Good luck
I heard the same shit about the charts when it was at $5 (turned
out to be great entry) - bought 50,000 shares around that price -
IF YOU WANT TO LEARN WHY IT's a GREAT SWING CANDIDATE CALL
instead of looking at just a weekly chart and then make an informed
decision. When the stock sold off in August, I simply wanted
to inform others of the complete fundamental and technical backdrop
so that they could make an INFORMED DECISION. Whether they chose to
buy sell hold at that time when the shares were trading around $5
was their prerogative but only after making an informed decision.
The charts alone certainly didn't suggest buying at that time. I
chose to buy that pullback aggressively and stated so here while
others were downtrodden so that they would consider contacting me
to get a complete overview as I volunteered. Afterwards, they would
be able to make an informed decision. Did your charts tell you to
buy at $5 last month? You posted an obvious double top chart
well afterwards but nothing on your chart indicated buying.
Point being, is to consider All facets prior to making
proclamations longer term. Charts are one valid piece but are
not the only thing.
By the way for full disclosure I purchased over 500,000
shares last year when the chart sucked around 50 cents (pre-split)
as the company was in the early formative stages - the reason to
buy was purely fundamental as nothing whatsoever on the chart
suggested buying at the time, by the time it did the stock had
already tripled. Let's be clear, charts are only one
piece of the puzzle especially on thinly traded relatively young
companies and for one to say the easy money has been made
without any clue about what's in the pipeline on an early
stage company is something that I must dispute. Take
heed, as this industry will be transformed over the next
decade and smartcarts will be a major force in this industry
overhaul. Make no mistake, there will be others in the fray
besides A2Zs smartcart as the industry is far too large but for now
they are the ONLY cart is operation in the real world AND they have
tremendous partners in NCR, ZBRA, Accenture, Wanzl, Toshiba.
There will also be hurdles along the way for management to overcome
which investors must monitor as well as general stock market risk.
Thus one may need to employ hedges against such investments.
In summary , I never posted this stock to buy here in the
community as a story stock (Matt did as a trade setup and it ran up
75% which was outstanding) but some were concerned with their
remaining shares last month when the stock retraced so I did
my best to speak with those individuals with a complete update to
help them make an informed decision last month and since that time
it has rebounded nicely for a higher exit or continuation for
those inclined to swing. Lastly, I'm a chartist but charts
are ONLY one piece of the puzzle and I cannot let one post
influence others without addressing the fundamental side as well in
this instance - charts are not the only thing one should consider
if investing in earlier stage companies. I have seen many
charts blown away (up and down) by early stage companies over a
reasonable period of time. It comes down to management
execution and industry adoption a helluva alot more than that chart
you posted. This will be years of transition and one must monitor
along the way and adjust accordingly. If you are simply a
trader, we just realized a 50 percent plus move so a great trade.
Likewise, for investor, it's wise to take partial profits
after big moves and consider adding back on pullback in accordance
with one's plan.
$AAZZF The other thing is people DON'T need to look at it
every day; especially swing or longer term players.
$AAZZD - $AAZZF The other thing was TD tried to charge me for
the reverse split. I wrote them to ask why I should be paying
for something I have no control over and that Fidelity didn't
charge anything and turned it around in a day; not 2 weeks like TD
did. They issued a credit to me.
man that is just unreal! never heard of such a thing.
My heavens that's nuts - anyway I'm glad you were able to
resolve. Trade your plan and best wishes. Always wise
to take some profits after extended moves like what just unfolded
AAZZD--AAZZF do not look at this as a trade
although theres always opportunities for partial profit taking---
look at it as high quality opportunity in a private
these good ones are rare.!!!!
Good analogy - honestly it's about management execution at this
stage more than anything as the marketplace is enormous. They
have an outstanding product, team, and partners (NCR Flextronics
Accenture Zebra and Wanzl) in an industry in dire need of
change. We refer to this a a disruptive technology - there
are only a few in the marketplace each year. This will take
time to unfold with rolling pilots in several countries underway
the rest of this year and many more countries next year with
rolling orders upon pilot completion for those who decide to
transition to the new platform. Not every pilot will lead to
orders or some may order later which is typical in early stage
transitions. Sales will begin to flow next year and ramp at a
pace consistent with how quickly grocers transition, As the carts
deployed increase so will the recurring advertising revenues.
Their other businesses will likely be spun off into a
separate company early next year.
WanzlGmbH & Co. KGaA is the world's largest
Don't believe I made a post about it at $5. I could
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