What a difference a Q makes. TWTRQ spiked as investors hoped to get ahead of Twitter's IPO. The stock of a long-closed electronics retailer suddenly soared Friday as investors apparently mistook its worthless stock as a way to buy into …
Tweeter’s NASDAQ symbol is “TWTRQ,” which led to the confusion. Twitter officially released plans for its IPO yesterday, but the date of the offering is still unknown. For now, the public can’t buy Twitter stock, and when it is available ...
After Twitter announced in its S-1 filing last week that it would trade under the symbol TWTR, Tweeter’s stock — which is listed as TWTRQ — shot up more than 2,000 percent. (A “Q” affixed to the end usually signifies that the company is in ...
The case is reminiscent of a surge in stock for shell company Tweeter Home Entertainment, which trades under the stock ticker TWTRQ, after the New York Stock Exchange announced that Twitter would trade under the symbol TWTR.
Twitter on Thursday offered investors details about its highly anticipated IPO and proposed the stock symbol TWTR. …
Its old symbol was "TWTRQ." That was apparently too similar ... halted trading of Tweeter's stock Friday afternoon. The over-the-counter stock resumed trading with the new stock symbol Tuesday. Tweeter's stock is down 71 percent to 2 …
The company doesn't IPO until November. Instead of buying shares in Twitter, these twits were unknowingly throwing money at penny-stock Tweeter, which trades under the symbol TWTRQ. Similar to Twitter's proposed ticker of TWTR, …
replacing its previous TWTRQ symbol, which was deemed too similar to the TWTR symbol that Twitter hopes to use when it floats shares to the public. Shares of Tweeter, a penny stock, surged more than 1,000 percent last Friday when …
Probably hoping to get in on some of the lavish parties that Leo DiCaprio’s character indulges in throughout the movie, some investors threw their money into a penny stock, one with the ... the over-the-counter ticker “TWTRQ,” …
Shares of Tweeter, a penny stock, surged more than 1,000 percent last Friday when ... "FINRA believed that trading in the TWTRQ security demonstrated a widespread misunderstanding related to the possible initial public offering of an …