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Payment For Order Flow Negatively Affects Retail #Stock #Traders

Item #1: Payment for order flow is bad for stocks with large spreads for, instead of encouraging competition and tighter spreads, it allows the execution firm to get the juicy flow and provides no incentive for other firms to narrow the spread. Also, there is often hidden liquidity inside the spread and internalized orders never benefit from it.
https://www.quora.com/What-is-payment-for-order-flow-and-how-does-it-affect-retail-investors

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Who Executes Retail Trades? A Look at Market Share and Payment for Order Flow
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The trading strategies posted on this blog have so far focused on identifying resting limit orders that are likely to have come from a human. There are all kinds of human traders, but probably the most coveted counterparties are retail traders. So coveted, in fact, that wholesalers will pay to interact with them and exchanges will pay to get them into their order books.

Public data that shows where brokers choose to direct customer orders is scarce. The most readily available source is probably SEC 606 reports. 606 reports are generally in a non-standardized format, lack important details, and appear even at a glance to have significant data quality issues. Nonetheless we will try to glean from them what we can. I’ve undertaken the tedious task of converting the unformatted reports, by hand, into something machine readable. I hope the results make the effort worthwhile.

SEC 606 reports generally disclose the following:

The proportional share of destination Broker-Dealers (i.e. wholesalers, ELPs, dark pools, exchanges) for the entirety of a broker’s orders.
The proportional share of a broker’s orders that are market, limit, or “other” orders.
The proportions of orders in each of these 3 categories that were directed to each destination Broker-Dealer.
The average payment per share received by the broker from each destination Broker-Dealer.
Unfortunately, I am not inspired with confidence in the reports’ accuracy or consistency in how they define the various categories. There are data fields that are often missing outright. And there could be additional errors since some of the data entry and cleaning was done manually. Given these limitations, I try to manipulate the data as little as possible to avoid propagating distortions.

First, we need a list of the largest online retail brokerages. I figured that most large brokers would have the money, brand, or shared business interests to be advertised on Nasdaq’s website. I picked all of the “Online Broker Partners,” except LOYAL3 because I couldn’t immediately find a 606 report from them. The aggregated 606 reports from Q4 2014 are here, with sourced notes about volume, AUM, regulatory net capital (‘Net Cap’), revenue per trade, and whatever else struck me from public filings. [1]

The attached R script uses the more regularized data here. See [2] for a rough overview of some of its assumptions.

Market Share and Payments
After some formatting, the script generates the following market share breakdown for destinations receiving a high share of marketable orders:

Order Destination Market Share (%) Avg Payment ($/shr) Marketability Index (Between 0 and 1, lower numbers more marketable)
UBS 29.7 0.0015 0.28
Citadel 23.2 0.0009 0.35
KCG 18.7 0.0011 0.38
G1 Execution Services 14.8 0.0015 0.24
IB ATS 4.1 NA 0.12
Two Sigma 3.8 0.0018 0.22
Goldman Sachs 3.6 0.0010 0.36
BatsY 1.1 NA 0.14
National Financial Services 0.7 NA 0.26
NITE 0.2 NA 0.34
AUTO 0.1 NA 0.27
AMEX 0.0 NA 0.00

And for destinations receiving orders that are less marketable:

Order Destination Market Share (%) Avg Payment ($/shr) Marketability Index (Between 0 and 1, lower numbers more marketable)
Nyse 28.2 NA 0.75
DirectEdge 27.7 0.0032 0.89
Nasdaq 20.6 0.0029 0.71
Arca 13.6 NA 0.77
Lava 8.3 0.0031 0.95
Nyse Mkt 1.2 NA 0.88
Bats 0.3 0.0020 1.00
EDGA 0.1 NA 0.74
See [3] for an overall table.

Non-Marketable Orders
One of the very first things we see is the higher payments brokers tend to receive for non-marketable orders. This shouldn’t be too surprising, since a broker has an incentive to post non-marketable limit orders on exchanges with high liquidity-provider rebates, which they receive upon execution. Could brokers get their clients a higher fill rate by posting these orders on exchanges with no rebate? Maybe. It’s well known that orders executed on inverted exchanges tend to perform better after trading, by roughly the amount of the rebate difference (we saw this in an earlier post). Retail orders may be a bit different though; we shouldn’t ignore the possibility that resting retail orders are almost destined to lose a penny upon trading. Should a client mind if their broker managed to capture a third of that through a rebate instead of feeding all of it to whoever else is trading? Maybe clients should get a commission discount for sending a resting order instead of a marketable one? I can see why brokers might shy away from that kind of pricing transparency. Some brokers already offer commission-free trading; going any further down this road would mean clients actually getting paid to trade. At a certain point, brokers might invite uncomfortable comparisons.

I don’t really know how best to make payments for order flow transparent. Maybe in the distant future there will be some sort of auction process where even non-marketable retail orders can receive price improvement. In the meantime we have to ask whether a broker seeking to pocket a large rebate might sacrifice their customer’s desire to get filled. I find it a bit unlikely since the broker won’t get paid at all if the customer isn’t executed. Ultimately, even with the seemingly perverse system of payment for order flow, brokers and clients probably have similar interests when it comes to resting orders.

We can see that resting orders are generally directed to major exchanges. Nyse, EdgeX, Nasdaq, and Arca make up about 90% of their volume. These exchanges are highly active and I’d expect that they get customers filled without increasing adverse selection by more than their roughly 0.30 cent rebates. I was a bit surprised to see so much volume directed to Nyse, because some exchanges, particularly EdgeX, offer much higher rebates for retail orders (see “Retail Order Tier“). Interactive Brokers was the only broker directing signficant volume to Nyse and their fee schedule indicates that at least some of their clients receive part of the liquidity-provider rebate. Maybe because they don’t receive some of it, Interactive Brokers cares less about squeezing the maximum rebate out of client orders (that, or their revenues from rebates are more complex due to the partial pass-through and presence of exchange tiers).

I was more surprised to see Lava getting about 8% market share. I don’t have much experience with Lava, and it would depend a lot on the specific stocks in question, but Lava’s volume during this time would have been an order of magnitude lower than these other exchanges. That could mean orders resting on it did receive noticeably lower fill rates than expected. Hopefully, brokers directed orders to that exchange only when it showed significant activity on the relevant stock. In any case, if there was an issue with Lava, there isn’t one any longer; Lava has been shut down.

It’s also interesting that almost all of Schwab’s orders are directed to UBS. For the other brokers, UBS appears to be mainly a destination for marketable orders. But Schwab had a contract with UBS during this period and appears to have sent UBS passive orders as well. Could some of these orders have found their way to Nasdaq, marked with UBS’s MPID? It seems like a definite possibility, given that we saw that orders marked UBSS performed as expected for retail orders (poorly), were larger than most non-retail orders, and numbered about 10,000 executions per day (Schwab as a whole executes hundreds of thousands of trades per day). I wonder if UBS might have kept the rebates from these orders, which were probably worth about 10-15k/day.

Marketable Orders and Conflict Of Interest
This brings us to the question of whether Schwab has extracted maximal value out of their customers’ orders. They were only getting about 0.10 cents per share from UBS during this period. Some brokers managed to get more than that from marketable orders alone – for instance, TD Ameritrade, which apparently received 0.18-0.19 cents/share from each of Citadel, G1, Two Sigma, and UBS itself. Adding some non-marketable orders into the mix like Schwab presumably has should only make that rebate higher, suggesting that maybe Schwab did not negotiate as hard as Ameritrade with UBS. Or, perhaps, that Schwab demanded better execution prices and faster fills than Ameritrade. If indeed Ameritrade’s higher received payments came at the expense of customers’ executions, it raises an interesting question about whether that expense can be argued as being baked in to their commissions, or if disgruntled customers could claim that Ameritrade is violating the spirit of best execution requirements. Although it sounds similar to a broker pocketing the rebate on non-marketable orders, this would not be identical to what we discussed above; the executed prices of retail marketable orders are to some extent chosen by their counterparty. Executing clients at a worse price somehow feels different to me than getting them a slightly lower fill rate, but still at their chosen price. It seems to me that payment for marketable order flow may entail greater legal risk for brokers when they knowingly accept higher payments than their competitors (but I’m far from an expert on such things).

Brokers’ businesses can be complex though, as seen in the (above-linked) article by John McCrank. Evidently, Fidelity’s retail orders may first interact with institutional flow (possibly Fidelity clients as well), reducing the economic value of any orders left over. I don’t know if and how any orders internalized by Fidelity itself would appear on their report. One potential sign in Fidelity’s 606 report is that a bit more than 1% of their flow is executed at a sister company, National Financial Services. It’s conceivable Schwab is doing something similar and the real reason they receive smaller payments is that they send UBS less attractive order flow. Or it’s conceivable that Ameritrade charges more for order flow and gets worse prices for their customers.

Remember, in contrast to resting orders, brokers are almost automatically guaranteed a commission for every marketable order sent to them. That means their incentives are not completely aligned with the interests of their clients.

[1] One thing that struck me in particular was the very large loss that Interactive Brokers experienced in their market making division:

During the quarter ended September 30, 2014, income before income taxes in our market making segment decreased to a loss of $111.8 million from income of $87.5 million in the year-ago quarter. This reflects a $198.9 million decrease in trading gains from the year-ago quarter. Removing the effects of currency translation, the market making segment produced $21.2 million pretax income in this quarter, compared to $41.3 million for the same period last year. Currency translation losses were $133.0 million this quarter, compared to a $46.2 million gain in the year-ago quarter. The decrease in market making profits, excluding translation effects, can be attributed to the ongoing competitive environment, lower volatility as measured by the CBOE Volatility Index, or VIX® and a trading error that resulted in a loss of approximately $16 million.

You might expect that kind of loss would prompt a review of risk management. If there was a review, I’m not sure how effective it was; just a few months later Interactive Brokers possibly lost $120M when the Swiss Franc peg was broken. I guess retail market makers can lose money just as easily as HFT market makers can.

If you’re interested, there was slightly more detail given in their earnings call:

Rich Repetto – Sandler O’Neill
I guess the first question, Thomas, could you just give us a little bit more details on the $16 million trading loss, because that certainly weighed on the results for this quarter, the Market Making results.

Thomas Peterffy – Chairman and CEO
Well, it was in an area of our software that is used from time-to-time and it’s kind of technical to really go into it in much detail. At this time the situation that it was applied to had a strange twist in it and the software misunderstood the situation and did their own thing.

Rich Repetto – Sandler O’Neill
So, could something like this — is this like – it could ever happen again or do you think it’s prevented now?

Thomas Peterffy – Chairman and CEO
Well, this same thing will not happen again. But software, from time-to-time, errors can always happen in a software, as you know. Apple comes out with a — or anybody comes out with a new chip, sooner or later you find the bug in the chip.

And in Q4:

[W]e took several steps to make our currency strategy more transparent which we believe will bring more clarity to understanding the results of our operating businesses. First, we transferred nearly all of the currency spot positions held as part of our global composition from the market making unit to the parent holding company IBG LLC.

[2] 606 reports are split by ticker tape. To aggregate the tapes I weighted the results by the Q4 2014 overall market volume statistics, which have about 53% of volume on Tape A, 19% on Tape B, and 27% on Tape C. Retail participants may trade a different mix than the global market average (e.g. they may trade more on the ETF-heavy Tape B), but I doubt the difference would affect the overall results much.

Exchange rebates and payments for order flow are not always disclosed. And sometimes when they are, there is an accompanying note that the disclosed payments are an upper bound. I assumed that the upper bounds were representative of the actual payments.

To evaluate the marketability of the orders a broker sends to a given destination, I used a very simple ratio: MarketabilityIndex = PercentOfLimitOrdersSentToDestination / ( PercentOfLimitOrdersSentToDestination + PercentOfMarketOrdersSentToDestination ). There are other possible measures, but I thought this was best given the data quality (sometimes proportions don’t even sum to near 100%). A destination was marked as accepting mainly marketable orders if this ratio, after weighting, was less than 0.4. Destinations were marked as mainly non-marketable if this ratio was greater than 0.7. The only destinations that didn’t fall into these two categories had less than 1% market share combined; these were: FBCO, Citi (which may be a blend of destinations, including Lava), and “Other.”

For statistics on overall market share, I approximated each broker’s overall market share as being proportional to their net capital, which is the only number that was available and reliable for every broker. Net capital may somewhat measure the risk of the trading that goes through a broker, which may be representative of the overall level of activity for their customers. TD Ameritrade and Fidelity have similar levels of both net capital and daily volume, even though net capital is usually posted well in excess of the regulatory minimum. Interactive Brokers has less AUM but a greater level of net capital than these two, which makes sense given its reputation for highly active clients.

[3]

Broker Order Destination Share of Broker (%) Marketability Index (Between 0 and 1, lower numbers more marketable) Avg Payment ($/shr) Broker Portion of Net Cap (%)
Etrade G1 Execution Services 50.3 0.30 0.0010 8.9
Etrade DirectEdge 20.8 1.00 0.0031 8.9
Etrade Citadel 9.2 0.16 0.0010 8.9
Etrade Lava 8.4 1.00 0.0027 8.9
Etrade KCG 5.5 0.14 0.0010 8.9
Etrade Nasdaq 3.2 1.00 0.0028 8.9
Fidelity KCG 33.1 0.38 NA 22.8
Fidelity Citadel 28.8 0.34 0.0002 22.8
Fidelity DirectEdge 16.9 1.00 0.0031 22.8
Fidelity Goldman Sachs 7.4 0.30 NA 22.8
Fidelity UBS 3.5 0.38 NA 22.8
Fidelity National Financial Services 1.4 0.26 NA 22.8
Fidelity Bats 0.5 1.00 0.0020 22.8
InteractiveBrokers Nyse 35.5 0.75 NA 35.5
InteractiveBrokers Nasdaq 23.8 0.61 NA 35.5
InteractiveBrokers Arca 17.2 0.77 NA 35.5
InteractiveBrokers IB ATS 5.5 0.12 NA 35.5
InteractiveBrokers Lava 4.4 0.92 NA 35.5
InteractiveBrokers Nyse Mkt 1.5 0.88 NA 35.5
InteractiveBrokers BatsY 1.2 0.14 NA 35.5
InteractiveBrokers DirectEdge 1.0 0.73 NA 35.5
InteractiveBrokers UBS 0.9 0.16 NA 35.5
OMSL KCG 42.7 0.40 NA 0.0
OMSL Lava 32.8 1.00 NA 0.0
OMSL Citadel 21.4 0.34 NA 0.0
Schwab UBS 94.2 0.49 0.0010 12.8
Schwab Citadel 2.9 0.68 0.0009 12.8
Schwab KCG 1.3 0.58 0.0012 12.8
Schwab Citi 1.1 0.58 0.0010 12.8
Schwab Goldman Sachs 0.4 0.46 0.0010 12.8
Scottrade KCG 26.3 0.18 0.0010 3.1
Scottrade Citadel 20.7 0.16 0.0010 3.1
Scottrade Nasdaq 14.9 1.00 0.0031 3.1
Scottrade DirectEdge 14.2 1.00 0.0029 3.1
Scottrade Citi 10.0 0.15 0.0010 3.1
Scottrade G1 Execution Services 5.3 0.16 0.0010 3.1
Scottrade Two Sigma 3.3 0.15 0.0010 3.1
TDAmeritrade DirectEdge 34.9 1.00 0.0034 16.4
TDAmeritrade Citadel 17.1 0.24 0.0018 16.4
TDAmeritrade G1 Execution Services 15.5 0.22 0.0018 16.4
TDAmeritrade Two Sigma 10.5 0.23 0.0019 16.4
TDAmeritrade Lava 8.5 1.00 0.0033 16.4
TDAmeritrade UBS 7.5 0.21 0.0018 16.4
TradeStation DirectEdge 26.8 1.00 NA 0.5
TradeStation NITE 23.0 0.34 NA 0.5
TradeStation BatsY 19.4 0.17 NA 0.5
TradeStation FBCO 14.5 0.50 NA 0.5
TradeStation EDGA 9.7 0.74 NA 0.5
TradeStation AUTO 6.2 0.27 NA 0.5
TradeStation Citadel 2.6 0.43 NA 0.5
TradeStation AMEX 2.3 0.00 NA 0.5
TradeStation Other 2.2 0.49 NA 0.5
TradeStation KCG 0.7 0.63 NA 0.5
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Zack
March 18, 2015 at 8:02 pm
This is pretty horrible — the big retail brokers are routing mostly to dark pools and only select exchange/exchanges presumably because they can get paid more to route there. This can’t be right according to “best execution requirements”.

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Item #3: wocram on Apr 1, 2017 [-] Literally all retail brokers are getting paid by citadel for their orders.
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$DRSV Debt Resolve Reports Third Quarter Revenue Slows, Nine Months of 2017 up 120%

November 13, 2017 – 4:00 PM EST
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Debt Resolve Reports Third Quarter Revenue Slows, Nine Months of 2017 up 120%
WHITE PLAINS, NY / ACCESSWIRE / November 13, 2017 / Debt Resolve, Inc. (OTC PINK: DRSV) today announced results for the quarter ending September 30, 2017. Revenue for this quarter was $955,819, as compared to $1,336,870 in the quarter ending September 30, 2016. Operating loss was ($189,762), as compared to an operating loss of ($8,416) in the quarter ending September 30, 2016. There was a Net Loss for the quarter ending September 30, 2017 of ($454,163) and a Net Loss Attributable to Debt Resolve, Inc. in the same quarter of ($381,261), as compared to a Net Loss of ($497,444) and a Net Loss Attributable to Debt Resolve, Inc. of ($558,605) in the quarter ending September 30, 2016. For the nine months ending September 30, 2017, the Company reported revenue of $5,161,735 in 2017, as compared to $2,342,344 in 2016. In the same period, operating income was $394,577 in 2017, as compared to an operating loss of ($943,141) in 2016.

“We are disappointed by Student Loan Care’s sales employee turnover during the third quarter of 2017 and its resulting impact on our financial results,” said Bruce Bellmare, Debt Resolve’s CEO “While employee turnover is common in the call center industry, we were surprised by number of sales employees who elected to leave for short term gains rather than stay for the long term career opportunities at Student Loan Care.”

Mr. Bellmare added, “New sales management and sales employees have been hired, trained and deployed to return Student Loan Care to the financial growth path demonstrated over the previous 4 quarters.”

About Debt Resolve, Inc.

Debt Resolve’s traditional SaaS business provides lenders, debt buyers, collection agencies, collection law firms and hospitals with a patent-protected online bidding system for the resolution and settlement of consumer debt. The company also provides web-based revenue management platforms for the healthcare industries that include cost-effective collection solutions for every stage of collection and recovery. Student Loan Care LLC is a Debt Resolve Inc. majority owned joint venture with Hutton Ventures and provides documentation preparation services for federal student loan modification and consolidation programs. The company is publicly held and trades on the OTC Markets under the symbol DRSV. Debt Resolve is headquartered in Hawthorne, New York.

Forward-Looking Statements

Certain statements in this press release and elsewhere by management of the Company that are neither reported financial results nor other historical information are “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause or contribute to actual results of the Company’s operations varying significantly and materially from anticipated results. Debt Resolve undertakes no obligation to publicly update any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by SEC rules. Investors are advised to consult any further disclosures made on related subjects in the Company’s reports filed with the SEC.

Investor Relations:

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Debt Resolve:

Wayne Travis
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SOURCE: Debt Resolve, Inc.

Source: ACCESSWIRE (November 13, 2017 – 4:00 PM EST)

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$0.02 66,500 OTO 12:22:45
Depth/Level II for Century Petroleum Corp (CYPE)
$ 0.0199 RT qm_up.gif 0.0099 (+99.00%) Volume: 1.91m 12:50 PM EDT Jul 20, 2018
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$0.02 10,000 OTO 12:42:12
$0.02 10,000 OTO 12:38:19
$0.02 15,000 OTO 12:36:58
$0.02 40,000 OTO 12:36:58
$0.02 5,000 OTO 12:36:57
$0.02 3,000 OTO 12:24:28
$0.02 66,500 OTO 12:22:45
$0.02 200,000 OTO 12:16:44
$0.02 7,750 OTO 11:54:03
$0.02 15,745 OTO 11:54:03
$0.02 75,000 OTO 11:54:03
$0.02 160,000 OTO 11:53:37
$0.0148 1,800 OTO 11:52:49
$0.02 25,000 OTO 11:51:33
$0.02 1,600 OTO 11:46:58
$0.02 5,000 OTO 11:46:58
$0.02 45,296 OTO 11:46:58
$0.0148 60,000 OTO 11:45:57
$0.02 20,000 OTO 11:45:53
$0.0175 25,000 OTO 11:39:26
$0.015 30,000 OTO 11:36:24
$0.01 10,000 OTO 11:32:53
$0.015 105,000 OTO 11:32:53
$0.013 1,000 OTO 11:32:01
$0.015 14,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.0145 21,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.015 30,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.0145 10,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.015 10,000 OTO 11:27:17
Depth/Level II for Century Petroleum Corp (CYPE)
$ 0.02 RT qm_up.gif 0.01 (+100.00%) Volume: 1.82m 12:24 PM EDT Jul 20, 2018
Level II
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$0.02 3,000 OTO 12:24:28
$0.02 66,500 OTO 12:22:45
$0.02 200,000 OTO 12:16:44
$0.02 7,750 OTO 11:54:03
$0.02 15,745 OTO 11:54:03
$0.02 75,000 OTO 11:54:03
$0.02 160,000 OTO 11:53:37
$0.0148 1,800 OTO 11:52:49
$0.02 25,000 OTO 11:51:33
$0.02 1,600 OTO 11:46:58
$0.02 5,000 OTO 11:46:58
$0.02 45,296 OTO 11:46:58
$0.0148 60,000 OTO 11:45:57
$0.02 20,000 OTO 11:45:53
$0.0175 25,000 OTO 11:39:26
$0.015 30,000 OTO 11:36:24
$0.01 10,000 OTO 11:32:53
$0.015 105,000 OTO 11:32:53
$0.013 1,000 OTO 11:32:01
$0.015 14,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.0145 21,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.015 30,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.0145 10,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.015 10,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.0145 50,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.015 50,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.015 3,334 OTO 11:26:06
$0.015 2,919 OTO 11:26:06
$0.015 13,485 OTO 11:26:06
$0.0139 50,000 OTO 11:25:06
Depth/Level II for Century Petroleum Corp (CYPE)
$ 0.0175 RT qm_up.gif 0.0075 (+75.00%) Volume: 1.13m 11:39 AM EDT Jul 20, 2018
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$0.0175 25,000 OTO 11:39:26
$0.015 30,000 OTO 11:36:24
$0.01 10,000 OTO 11:32:53
$0.015 105,000 OTO 11:32:53
$0.013 1,000 OTO 11:32:01
$0.015 14,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.0145 21,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.015 30,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.0145 10,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.015 10,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.0145 50,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.015 50,000 OTO 11:27:17
$0.015 3,334 OTO 11:26:06
$0.015 2,919 OTO 11:26:06
$0.015 13,485 OTO 11:26:06
$0.0139 50,000 OTO 11:25:06
$0.013 50,000 OTO 11:24:55
$0.013 10,000 OTO 11:23:20
$0.013 50,000 OTO 11:23:20
$0.013 9,000 OTO 11:23:20
$0.013 10,069 OTO 11:20:53
$0.013 20,000 OTO 11:17:08
$0.013 25,931 OTO 11:16:00
$0.01 48,969 OTO 11:15:46
$0.01 100 OTO 11:15:46
$0.01 36,500 OTO 11:10:02
$0.011 13,500 OTO 11:09:20
$0.02 5,000 OTO 11:04:26
$0.0145 5,000 OTO 10:58:26
$0.013 9,000 OTO 10:47:40
Depth/Level II for Century Petroleum Corp (CYPE)
$ 0.015 RT qm_up.gif 0.005 (+50.00%) Volume: 778.17k 11:26 AM EDT Jul 20, 2018
Level II
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$0.015 2,919 OTO 11:26:06
$0.015 13,485 OTO 11:26:06
$0.0139 50,000 OTO 11:25:06
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$0.013 10,000 OTO 11:23:20
$0.013 50,000 OTO 11:23:20
$0.013 9,000 OTO 11:23:20
$0.013 10,069 OTO 11:20:53
$0.013 20,000 OTO 11:17:08
$0.013 25,931 OTO 11:16:00
$0.01 48,969 OTO 11:15:46
$0.01 100 OTO 11:15:46
$0.01 36,500 OTO 11:10:02
$0.011 13,500 OTO 11:09:20
$0.02 5,000 OTO 11:04:26
$0.0145 5,000 OTO 10:58:26
$0.013 9,000 OTO 10:47:40
$0.013 22,640 OTO 10:33:04
$0.0147 50,000 OTO 10:29:27
$0.013 2,700 OTO 10:22:39
$0.013 5,000 OTO 10:19:04
$0.0147 0 OTO 10:17:47
$0.014 30,000 OTO 10:17:17
$0.0135 20,000 OTO 10:13:18
$0.0135 7,893 OTO 10:09:57
$0.0135 0 OTO 10:09:20
$0.015 5,000 OTO 10:08:34
$0.01 4,000 OTO 10:05:28
$0.0125 1,000 OTO 10:04:38
Depth/Level II for Century Petroleum Corp (CYPE)
$ 0.013 RT qm_up.gif 0.003 (+30.00%) Volume: 415.37k 10:33 AM EDT Jul 20, 2018
Level II
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$0.0147 50,000 OTO 10:29:27
$0.013 2,700 OTO 10:22:39
$0.013 5,000 OTO 10:19:04
$0.0147 0 OTO 10:17:47
$0.014 30,000 OTO 10:17:17
$0.0135 20,000 OTO 10:13:18
$0.0135 7,893 OTO 10:09:57
$0.0135 0 OTO 10:09:20
$0.015 5,000 OTO 10:08:34
$0.01 4,000 OTO 10:05:28
$0.0125 1,000 OTO 10:04:38
$0.012 9,000 OTO 10:04:38
$0.012 100,000 OTO 10:04:13
$0.014 50,000 OTO 10:04:07
$0.01 10,000 OTO 09:57:34
$0.0147 5,000 OTO 09:55:40
$0.0147 68,027 OTO 09:51:17
$0.0147 2,107 OTO 09:43:43
$0.012 5,000 OTO 09:41:15
$0.015 15,000 OTO 09:31:13
$0.015 3,000 OTO 09:31:13
$0.01 8,000 OTO 07/19
$0.01 200 OTO 07/19
$0.01 115,000 OTO 07/19
$0.0081 4,000 OTO 07/19
$0.01 40,000 OTO 07/19
$0.0081 100,000 OTO 07/19
$0.01 120,000 OTO 07/19
$0.01 5,000 OTO 07/19

$CYPE Time Sales 1st day after SEC halt 07-19-2018

Depth/Level II for Century Petroleum Corp (CYPE)
$ 0.01 RT qm_down.gif -0.2122 (-95.50%) Volume: 4.39m 3:58 PM EDT Jul 19, 2018
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$0.01 200 OTO 15:52:05
$0.01 115,000 OTO 15:51:37
$0.0081 4,000 OTO 15:48:18
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$0.0081 100,000 OTO 15:48:01
$0.01 120,000 OTO 15:45:19
$0.01 5,000 OTO 15:29:38
$0.01 35,978 OTO 14:53:37
$0.0099 10,000 OTO 14:33:07
$0.01 10,000 OTO 14:27:44
$0.008 100,000 OTO 14:17:05
$0.01 50,000 OTO 14:16:39
$0.01 25,000 OTO 14:16:34
$0.01 15,000 OTO 14:16:34
$0.007 1,296 OTO 14:07:59
$0.008 34,000 OTO 14:00:00
$0.0095 27,000 OTO 13:56:17
$0.01 13,000 OTO 13:56:11
$0.01 10,000 OTO 13:56:11
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$0.01 400 OTO 13:27:00
$0.01 28,014 OTO 13:15:47
$0.007 5,000 OTO 13:15:16
$0.01 4,000 OTO 13:03:09
$0.01 30,000 OTO 12:57:52
$0.01 25,000 OTO 12:52:44
Depth/Level II for Century Petroleum Corp (CYPE)
$ 0.008 RT qm_down.gif -0.2142 (-96.40%) Volume: 3.94m 2:17 PM EDT Jul 19, 2018
Level II
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$0.01 15,000 OTO 14:16:34
$0.007 1,296 OTO 14:07:59
$0.008 34,000 OTO 14:00:00
$0.0095 27,000 OTO 13:56:17
$0.01 13,000 OTO 13:56:11
$0.01 10,000 OTO 13:56:11
$0.01 50,000 OTO 13:56:11
$0.01 100,000 OTO 13:48:44
$0.01 10,000 OTO 13:42:04
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$0.01 400 OTO 13:27:00
$0.01 28,014 OTO 13:15:47
$0.007 5,000 OTO 13:15:16
$0.01 4,000 OTO 13:03:09
$0.01 30,000 OTO 12:57:52
$0.01 25,000 OTO 12:52:44
$0.01 10,000 OTO 12:51:57
$0.01 16,500 OTO 12:50:05
$0.01 18,000 OTO 12:50:01
$0.01 3,500 OTO 12:48:37
$0.01 2,000 OTO 12:25:45
$0.01 4,000 OTO 12:20:42
$0.01 16,000 OTO 12:20:15
$0.01 30,000 OTO 12:19:58
$0.01 60,000 OTO 12:19:58
$0.01 32,000 OTO 12:19:06
$0.009 5,000 OTO 12:17:33
Depth/Level II for Century Petroleum Corp (CYPE)
$ 0.01 RT qm_down.gif -0.2122 (-95.50%) Volume: 3.02m 12:05 PM EDT Jul 19, 2018
Level II
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$0.01 2,757 OTO 12:02:44
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$0.009 10,000 OTO 11:58:51
$0.01 7,000 OTO 11:57:25
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$0.009 20,000 OTO 11:49:37
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$0.01 31,600 OTO 11:47:24
$0.009 31,600 OTO 11:47:24
$0.01 7,282 OTO 11:47:24
$0.009 199,958 OTO 11:47:24
$0.009 40,000 OTO 11:47:22
$0.009 10,000 OTO 11:45:46
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$0.008 8,000 OTO 11:39:12
$0.0085 20,000 OTO 11:39:02
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$0.007 10,000 OTO 11:38:24
$0.008 40,000 OTO 11:37:12
$0.008 20,000 OTO 11:37:07
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$0.01 50,000 OTO 11:31:24
$0.01 3,000 OTO 11:29:41
$0.009 800 OTO 11:24:12
$0.009 35,000 OTO 11:24:03
$0.009 10,000 OTO 11:22:01
$0.0081 3,210 OTO 11:17:30
$0.0081 1,000 OTO 11:17:20
epth/Level II for Century Petroleum Corp (CYPE)
$ 0.009 RT qm_down.gif -0.2132 (-95.95%) Volume: 2.43m 11:39 AM EDT Jul 19, 2018
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$0.0085 20,000 OTO 11:39:02
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$0.007 10,000 OTO 11:38:24
$0.008 40,000 OTO 11:37:12
$0.008 20,000 OTO 11:37:07
$0.01 10,000 OTO 11:32:17
$0.01 50,000 OTO 11:31:24
$0.01 3,000 OTO 11:29:41
$0.009 800 OTO 11:24:12
$0.009 35,000 OTO 11:24:03
$0.009 10,000 OTO 11:22:01
$0.0081 3,210 OTO 11:17:30
$0.0081 1,000 OTO 11:17:20
$0.0081 1,000 OTO 11:13:54
$0.0082 5,666 OTO 11:13:37
$0.0082 15,000 OTO 11:13:22
$0.009 10,000 OTO 11:12:53
$0.009 50,000 OTO 11:08:59
$0.0081 20,000 OTO 11:05:56
$0.008 18,000 OTO 11:05:33
$0.01 30,000 OTO 11:02:19
$0.008 17,277 OTO 11:02:18
$0.008 1,000 OTO 11:02:00
$0.01 2,500 OTO 11:01:08
$0.01 9,500 OTO 11:00:32
$0.01 25,000 OTO 11:00:25
$0.008 34,000 OTO 10:58:28
$0.0095 2,000 OTO 10:58:26
Depth/Level II for Century Petroleum Corp (CYPE)
$ 0.008 RT qm_down.gif -0.2142 (-96.40%) Volume: 1.91m 10:48 AM EDT Jul 19, 2018
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$0.006 1,950 OTO 10:42:25
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$0.01 27,000 OTO 10:32:19
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$0.0101 10,000 OTO 10:30:12
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$0.012 11,000 OTO 10:26:07
$0.0125 96,000 OTO 10:26:07
$0.0125 15,000 OTO 10:26:07
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$0.02 16,975 OTO 10:25:31
$0.02 49,402 OTO 10:25:31
Depth/Level II for Century Petroleum Corp (CYPE)
$ 0.01 RT qm_down.gif -0.2122 (-95.50%) Volume: 1.28m 10:27 AM EDT Jul 19, 2018
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$0.01 5,000 OTO 10:27:48
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$0.012 11,000 OTO 10:26:07
$0.0125 96,000 OTO 10:26:07
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$0.02 2,723 OTO 10:25:31
$0.02 16,975 OTO 10:25:31
$0.02 49,402 OTO 10:25:31
$0.0125 69,100 OTO 10:25:31
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$0.0125 5,000 OTO 10:25:22
$0.0125 1,000 OTO 10:25:19
$0.0125 10,000 OTO 10:25:16
$0.0125 5,000 OTO 10:25:11
$0.0125 21,500 OTO 10:25:11
$0.012 5,000 OTO 10:24:32
$0.01 23,000 OTO 10:24:19
$0.012 17,000 OTO 10:22:36
$0.011 13,500 OTO 10:20:35
$0.012 4,000 OTO 10:19:38
$0.0126 6,500 OTO 10:19:18
$0.012 6,000 OTO 10:19:02
$0.0111 20,000 OTO 10:19:01
$0.0126 20,000 OTO 10:18:38
$0.012 26,000 OTO 10:18:04
$0.01 2,500 OTO 10:16:09
$0.02 20,000 OTO 10:15:34
$0.013 20,000 OTO 10:15:07
$0.02 10,000 OTO 10:14:15

at 10:18:38 AM EST, i filled a 20k bid at 0.0126

Depth/Level II for Century Petroleum Corp (CYPE)
$ 0.0126 RT qm_down.gif -0.2096 (-94.33%) Volume: 816.3k 10:18 AM EDT Jul 19, 2018
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$0.0155 50,000 OTO 10:13:00
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$0.0125 5,000 OTO 10:08:19
$0.0125 2,000 OTO 10:06:42
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$0.02 10,000 OTO 10:04:31
$0.012 50,000 OTO 09:59:13
$0.0112 1,000 OTO 09:55:59
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$0.012 1,500 OTO 09:55:59
$0.02 1,000 OTO 09:54:50
$0.0111 1,000 OTO 09:48:43
$0.012 1,000 OTO 09:48:43
$0.021 0 OTO 09:47:44
$0.03 50,000 OTO 09:47:44
$0.021 0 OTO 09:47:40
$0.03 10,000 OTO 09:47:40
$0.0111 1,000 OTO 09:47:39
$0.012 1,000 OTO 09:47:39
Depth/Level II for Century Petroleum Corp (CYPE)
$ 0.02 RT qm_down.gif -0.2022 (-91.00%) Volume: 662.8k 10:12 AM EDT Jul 19, 2018
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$0.02 1,000 OTO 09:54:50
$0.0111 1,000 OTO 09:48:43
$0.012 1,000 OTO 09:48:43
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$0.012 1,000 OTO 09:47:39
$0.021 0 OTO 09:47:35
$0.03 10,000 OTO 09:47:35
$0.021 0 OTO 09:47:27
$0.03 25,000 OTO 09:47:27
$0.03 0 OTO 09:46:21
$0.05 25,000 OTO 09:44:32
$0.035 30,000 OTO 09:41:43
$0.02 10,000 OTO 09:39:06
Depth/Level II for Century Petroleum Corp (CYPE)
$ 0.02 RT qm_down.gif -0.2022 (-91.00%) Volume: 483.4k 9:54 AM EDT Jul 19, 2018
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$0.0111 1,000 OTO 09:48:43
$0.012 1,000 OTO 09:48:43
$0.021 0 OTO 09:47:44
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$0.03 10,000 OTO 09:47:35
$0.021 0 OTO 09:47:27
$0.03 25,000 OTO 09:47:27
$0.03 5,000 OTO 09:46:21
$0.05 25,000 OTO 09:44:32
$0.035 30,000 OTO 09:41:43
$0.02 10,000 OTO 09:39:06
$0.035 50,000 OTO 09:38:54
$0.03 39,056 OTO 09:38:38
$0.03 10,000 OTO 09:37:14
$0.0111 6,000 OTO 09:36:45
$0.04 1,000 OTO 09:35:14
$0.05 15,000 OTO 09:33:56
$0.05 5,000 OTO 09:31:02
$0.05 10,000 OTO 09:31:02
$0.05 2,500 OTO 09:31:02
$0.01 12,000 OTO 09:30:49
$0.01 40,000 OTO 09:30:23
$0.01 5,546 OTO 09:30:23
$0.013 76,000 OTO 09:30:16
Depth/Level II for Century Petroleum Corp (CYPE)
$ 0.05 RT qm_down.gif -0.1722 (-77.50%) Volume: 192.34k 9:31 AM EDT Jul 19, 2018
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$0.05 5,000 OTO 09:31:02
$0.05 10,000 OTO 09:31:02
$0.05 2,500 OTO 09:31:02
$0.01 12,000 OTO 09:30:49
$0.01 40,000 OTO 09:30:23
$0.01 5,546 OTO 09:30:23
$0.013 76,000 OTO 09:30:16
$0.05 5,000 OTO 09:30:01
$0.05 6,293 OTO 09:30:01
$0.05 30,000 OTO 09:30:01
$0.2222 9,800 OTO 07/03
$0.223 8,716 OTO 07/03
$0.217 120 OTO 07/03
$0.221 2,700 OTO 07/03
$0.224 20,000 OTO 07/03
$0.223 30,000 OTO 07/03
$0.223 1,000 OTO 07/03
$0.22 7,500 OTO 07/03
$0.22 12,000 OTO 07/03
$0.22 1,600 OTO 07/03
$0.2194 15,500 OTO 07/03
$0.22 2,500 OTO 07/03
$0.217 4,000 OTO 07/03
$0.217 460 OTO 07/03
$0.215 15,900 OTO 07/03
$0.215 78 OTO 07/03
$0.215 9,100 OTO 07/03
$0.215 2,000 OTO 07/03
$0.217 2,500 OTO 07/03
$0.217 5,000 OTO 07/03

Stock market was created to sell shares

What made GEVO so incredibly attractive is the fact that they have a history of diluting like crazy. No amount of insanity buying by unsophisticated inves … investo … cough … umm … people … can overcome insider dilution dumping. If you are able to find these situations, then you have a silver bullet. It is the ace up your sleeve as a short seller. This Dilution speaks to a greater concept that I use to explain to people who ask me why I prefer short selling:

A rock is not just a rock. A rock wants to be part of a wall. Someone wise said that (I think). I can’t remember who. But, his point was that even inanimate objects have a greater purpose. Stock is no different. It is created, and it is stock. But, why is it created? What is its purpose? It is created to be sold. Plain and simple. Stock is created with the sole purpose of being sold to someone else. If that is true (which it is), then it is probably in your best interest to do your best to figure out when this will happen and sell along with them … or hopefully front-run the selling that you anticipate (like GEVO).

Source: http://www.twitlonger.com/show/n_1sopbiq

$UNXLQ #pennystock chart ready for major upside breakout!

$UNXLQ has court ‘341 meeting’ scheduled today. Buyers seem to be lurking, ready to pounce. Very interesting chart with major upside potential. Price has crossed up through the 50 period MA today. The court dockets most recent update is from May 09 2018, where as the prior update was April 20 2018. Nice to see some updates.

UNXLQ-buyers-ahead-of-341-meeting-on-May-15-2018

is $QUAN #pennystock attracting #cryptocurrency traders?

I have noticed some interest recently in the $QUAN sub-pennystock and am trying to find the reason for it.  After searching twitter for $QUAN, I think I have found my answer.  Based on the Level 2 Depth and the long term stock chart of QUAN, I can see this stock a successful candidate for a potential 10 bagger trade if one is able to buy/sell at the appropriate prices.

Quantum International Corp. hopes to develop innovative products in the robotics, consumer electronics and lifestyle enhancement products industries. The Company hopes to deliver expertise and leadership to its clients and partners with innovative solutions in respect to the financing of their undertakings. In addition, the Company aims to develop and manufacture a series of innovative iPad cases aimed at enhancing the usability of the popular tablet, beginning with an Enhanced Connectivity Case which will include, among other features, the ability to connect external storage devices, extended battery life, various output ports and enhanced speakers. These products will be followed by cases focusing on medical needs of our aging population.

QUAN SECURITY DETAILS
Share Structure
[b]Market Cap
92,809[/b]
05/09/2018
Authorized Shares
200,000,000
11/03/2017
[b]Outstanding Shares
46,404,563[/b]
11/03/2017
Restricted
Not Available
Unrestricted
Not Available
Held at DTC
Not Available
[b]Float
16,115,976[/b]
03/31/2013

#Stockchart breakout patterns by John C. Lee @WeeklyTA $AAPL $SPY $STUDY

Lately I’ve been starting to think about getting back into playing chart breakouts. This thought took me back to my years of 2009-2012 when I was primarily scanning for and trading breakout chart setups. I also recalled the excellent work from John C. Lee and was hoping I could find his work online. Check out the chart patterns that he shares on his blog post here:

http://weeklyta.blogspot.ca/2009/05/common-breakout-patterns-educational.html

My thanks goes out to John C. Lee, @WeeklyTA on Stocktwits https://stocktwits.com/WeeklyTA