Destinator Monday, 09/30/19 03:45:00 PM Re: None Post # of 1350 After years of watching the SPOT price we never saw the Bid being less than the Ask. NEVER. Please correct me if I am wrong. Now, all of a sudden, the past two trading days show the BID being greater than the ASK even as trading in SPOT is taking place as evidenced by the penny here penny there changes. I thought we eliminated the penny. But I digress. I get the theory about differing terms but once again I ask, Why now? Why did it NEVER happen before? Is it to confuse algorithms for related stocks? Is is just a coincidence? Is it a newly discovered manner in which to confuse investors so as to get them to sell their Uranium shares before an expected explosion in SPOT price? I don't know. I really don't. Most of us will never know the real answer. So why do I ask the question? Because the question is there right in front of our faces on a cue card called the SPOT market. Selectiv Pricing Obstruction Techniques? Sound familiar?