Tweeter Home Entertainment Group, a consumer electronics retailer that declared bankruptcy in 2007, saw its share price balloon on Friday thanks to confused traders who thought they were buying into the newly …
I’m not saying that people are idiots, or even that people who play the stock market have no idea what they are doing. Of course not. I am simply observing that, right after Twitter announced its IPO and said it would use …
Tweeter Audio and Video possesses a markedly similar symbol: TWTRQ. In the stampede-like rush to buy stock, many fevered investors confused the two brands. The results were dramatic and remarkable: Tweeter's share …
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But some investors were so eager to own Twitter, that they started buying the ticker TWTRQ, a penny stock, apparently mistaking it for Twitter even though it hadn't yet gone public. TWTRQ was actually Tweeter Home …
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A bankrupt company named Tweeter Home Entertainment Group Inc. (TWTRQ) saw its stock soar by 1,800% on Friday, in what analysts say some investors must have thought was Twitter. Incidentally, Twitter (TWTR) …
Last year, a company called Tweeter Home Entertainment saw its stock price increase 685% after Twitter announced its plans for an initial public offering. Confused investors bought TWTRQ stock thinking they were …
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You see, Tweeter’s TWTRQ stock symbol is just one letter away from Twitter’s, TWTR, which is why most of us assume that a stock that started the day trading at 2 cents jumped 1800 percent in a matter of hours. The …
Apparently, some investors confused Tweeter, which trades under the symbol TWTRQ, with Twitter and piled into the penny stock. Tweeter, which trades over the counter, opened at 2 cents a share and jumped as much as …
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Twitter has chosen the stock ticker name “TWTR” which is obviously a shortened version of “Twitter”, which has led to some confusion as a company called Tweeter Home Entertainment is currently using the similar name …
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 …