$IDEX Ideanomics, Inc., through its subsidiaries, develops zero emission mobility solutions for the off-highway and on-highway commercial vehicle markets in Asia and the United States. The company's Ideanomics Mobility business unit focuses on the commercial adoption of electric vehicles (EV) by commercial fleet operators. This business unit provides solutions for the procurement, financing, charging, and energy management needs for the fleet operators of commercial EVs; and zero emission mobility solutions, such as the provision of commercial electric vans, trucks, buses, electric tractors, and two-wheeled transportation, supporting by the provision of energy services and infrastructure for the EV market comprising charging systems, energy storage, and energy generation, including hydrogen and solar, and associated data and management applications. It also offers high-power inductive charging solutions for medium and heavy-duty EVs; manufactures and distributes electric powered tractors; manufactures and sells hydrogen fuel cells and power electronics for electric, hydrogen, and hybrid powered vehicles; manufactures and sells electric motorcycles and the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup; sells EV bikes, scooters, and batteries under the Treeletrik brand; and sells ride hailing vehicles, electric vans, trucks, buses, and EV batteries. The company's Ideanomics Capital business unit provides fintech services, which focuses on the enhancement of efficiency, transparency, and profitability for the financial services industry. This business unit offers solutions for the real estate transactions, including title and escrow, residential and commercial title insurance, and closing and settlement services, as well as specialized offerings for the mortgage process industry; and acts as the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority-registered broker dealer that operates a funding platform. Ideanomics, Inc. was incorporated in 2004 and is headquartered in New York, New York.
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question-- is there a site that has daily updates for big board stocks? Something similar to the OTC site. Thanks!
Hoping it continues monday
One of my brokers has a tool that I am starting to use that I can enter up to 25 ticker symbols all on the same chart. And I can create multiple charts. So I think this feature will help me.
I'll see how it goes on Monday - I'll create the charts now. It should work.
What I'm not always sure is why the charts sometimes don't start showing information in the pre-market, and sometimes do. I guess if there are no transactions on bid/ask, the chart doesn't initialize itself yet. I might need to ask about why the chart is days in the past sometimes early in the morning. It can take all the way until 9:30AM for the chart to start updating - this is a huge problem.
In the case of Red Lion Hotels, I notice it's up 11% and the conference call hasn't even taken place.
Last week, Square (ticker SQ) went up first, then way down, and then slowly back up - there was a lot of volatility - incredible volatility before and after, but perhaps it took a long time to digest the news which was complicated.
Hi Big Board Day Traders,
Can someone help me get an answer to the following question:
Is there a way to connect earnings reports on the earnings report calendar to an automatic system of alerts to alert when the price begins to go up a certain amount or a certain slope of amount. It seems that earnings often drives a huge up-swing (or down-swing) in price of a stock, and if you knew it was starting up, you could buy that stock and it would go up more.
The problem is that one can manually do the alerts but the alerts sometimes arrive late to your email or phone. I will try this again but so far it hasn't worked very well. My brokers have very nice listings of the earnings reports for each day of the month but there is no easy way to add alerts for them other than one at a time which is incredibly time-consuming and tedious. For now, I will simply pick a few of them and set alerts. Also, it would be nice to have alerts on not just price, but volume. Some of my brokers DO have it on volume and price, some just price. Anyway, just looking for a better "scanner" of the stock prices. InvestorHub has a really nice way of showing bid, ask, and insider buys and sells so it wouldn't surprise me if InvestorHub has the feature that I want. I'll experiment a little as I haven't yet tried to use InvestorHub to connect to earnings, although I've used their alert system. Any help or ideas appreciated. Thanks.
A good example is BIG LOTS (ticker BIG) went up like 13% today over a period of about an hour. A green rise can be seen.
Played it wrong. Up to 38. 40 is the
$BIG: Disappointing - Huge Bearish Engulfing Day
Hurn makes 2d harsher downward e revision! a value now? huge volume selloff, but price stopped at a weekly morning star of nov 06 and an old peak of May 06, a probably good support:UPDATE: Huron Consult Cuts 1Q EPS, Rev Estimates,Shares FallLast update: 3/27/2008 10:14:54 AM
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Hope you're done watching,lol:)
I was just looking back through the charts of UYG's biggest holdings, impressive moves across the board today. IMO we still have a bumpy road ahead with the financials, but I believe the tide is turning and things should start shaping up over the coming months with these plays.
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I see some good things and some not so hot things here. It needs to hold support here or it could be in danger of falling some more. The good thing is, investors are split on whether the feds plan will make a difference. If it falls much I believe those that have faith in the feds plan will see it as a good buying opportunity, this may help keep it from hitting a new bottom.
Right now financials look to be down in premarket and looks like the dow will open red as well.
I really like HURN right now, it looks like it is trying so hard to gain back what it has lost.
I'm assuming the pole you are referring to is the sudden drop in the pps??
I've not done much research on the company itself so my opinion is based strictly off the charts.
Looks to me like it was a panic sell off. The price starts falling and those holding panic and dump what they have to cut losses, as more do this it just snowballs. IMO the markets had a big influence on this as well. HURN did an extremely quick turn around off bottom and has been gaining back nicely. I love these types of plays, many refer to them as a falling knife and they can treat you pretty bad if you jump in before the bottom forms. I look for more gains out of it over the next week or so. All my opinion and interpretation of course.
We just have to be careful right now as the sharp drops and big gains over the last couple days can make a chart extremely tricky to read and most are running with the dow not on their own merit.
HURN seems to be an exceptional consulting firm growth story. CEO on Feb 20 reaffirmed 08 yoy e growth @ 20-25% w organic gro of 20%. Their PE is ttm 24, twd 14.29. The only thing that killed their price on the Feb 20 call was not the 44% last qtr e (Wow!) but their forecast of a weak lst qtr because of legal financial consulting weakness - yet it wasn't all that weak! : "Huron forecast first-quarter earnings of 66 cents to 70 cents a share on revenue of $142 million to $147 million.
Analysts on average were expecting earnings of 70 cents a share on revenue of $154.9 million." (Reiters) And as a JPM analyst said 'It isn't a question of if they will benefit from the credit crisis, but when'. I think the time for this stock has come. It was 83 on the last day of 07 and suffered from a bad general mkt, but after that Feb 20 call it dropped from 65 to 48 !! Now it has stabilized and is turning up technically as cta notes. They have 4 segments to their busines. Here's yoy rev gro rates: financial+46%, Legal+13%, Health and Edu+50%, Corp+71%. Though some segments reflect new acquisitions their segments are nothing short of spectacular growth areas.
It is presently being held by an old chart gap and two low print candles. I am not proficient enough yet to interpret the pole down from Feb 20 to 29 and the pattern off it. Can you interpret?
I hadn't even noticed that, in looking back at AH prints, especially those right at and shortly after close, there are none under 30.00. Thanks for bringing that up, that will definitely shorten that upper wick on today's candle making it even more attractive for tomorrow IMO.
Another interesting thing to note, in looking at April contracts for both calls and puts, on the call side there were 158 contracts traded, only 32 on the put side, almost a 5 to 1 ratio. on the March contracts it was 419 on calls and 50 on the puts, greater than an 8 to 1 ratio.
Gives a little insight to what the investor sentiment was today. More are looking for the gains to continue and are going long while only a few are looking for a fall. It's not a sure thing by any means but it's something I like to look at and keep in the back of my mind.