Twitter made headlines yesterday when the social media giant announces its IPO plans and that it would use the stock symbol TWTR if listed. Today the stock for a company called Tweeter Home Entertainment Group Inc. …
Twitter may be the story of the day, but Tweeter is threatening to push the social-media company off its perch. Tweeter Home Entertainment Group Inc. stock is up 523% Friday, trading at the whopping price of 5 cents. It …
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Twitter filed to go public yesterday, choosing the stock ticker TWTR. Twitter shares are expected to start trading before Thanksgiving this year. But it looks like some investors are a bit confused. A company called …
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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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This post originally appeared in Business Insider. By Steve Kovach Advertisement Twitter filed to go public yesterday, choosing the stock ticker TWTR. Twitter shares are expected to start trading before Thanksgiving …
It appears that Twitter’s IPO is set to be so successful that it’s buoying other companies that have no direct relation to the social media giant . A company called Tweeter Home Entertainment Group Inc. saw its stock
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 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 …
Some “smart scumbag,” Lindzon said, could have bought some shares and sent out some kind of email blast — email lists are big in the penny stock world, for reasons both practical and illicit — suggesting that the …