FNBC, bad sushi example, went down from the $2s to like 0.25 cents. Why? The news was saying something about being taken off of the Nasdaq 600 Small Cap List because they didn't file financial paperwork - I think.
Then it starts to go up today. It was the top percent gainer when I was looking at it.
Would love some explanation on why it's up- is it a pump? Is this what happens after a bad sushi fall?
So I was paper trading and the green arrows are where I got in. At one point I was up $300 because it went up .30 cents on 1000 shares. Then it got halted. That's the first picture. Then when it came back, it was already significantly down so I sold at a lower price. Then got in for another 7 cent ride up but got out when I saw it wasn't gapping up anymore. In retrospect I should have taken the profit earlier but I was curious to see what patience would result in.
@Timothysykes I think it would be great if the tabs can turn red too when a stock is halted, so you know the status of the halt if you are looking at other stocks and that particular window is closed. Do halts generally last 5 minutes before restarting?