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RBC on nyse down 64.36% after hours??

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I've seen it happen with googl, but not such an enormous drop.
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spike1128 wrote: Some type of stock exchanging hands after hours? For 33 a share?
Yup, in the after hours market. A pretty major blunder and as mentioned above the trader ignored all the warnings not to set a limit like this, maybe he/she were trying to setup a buy order up but chose the wrong action instead.

Either way, a cost of an education.
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Frankie3s wrote: Yup, in the after hours market. A pretty major blunder and as mentioned above the trader ignored all the warnings not to set a limit like this, maybe he/she were trying to setup a buy order up but chose the wrong action instead.

Either way, a cost of an education.
Can you set up a sell price like that on after market?
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Frankie3s wrote:
Yup, in the after hours market. A pretty major blunder and as mentioned above the trader ignored all the warnings not to set a limit like this, maybe he/she were trying to setup a buy order up but chose the wrong action instead.

Either way, a cost of an education.
Seller made the same mistake twice at different times each with 448 shares. I always triple check my limit order before I submit . The brokerage also warns you if your bid/ask does not make sense according to the current market price.
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Shaun80 wrote: Seller made the same mistake twice at different times each with 448 shares. I always triple check my limit order before I submit . The brokerage also warns you if your bid/ask does not make sense according to the current market price.
I can imagine this person being on the phone trying to get these trades reversed which I'm sure can't be undone. It's a hell of a lesson that I wouldn't wish on anyone. Losing money is always painful even more so through stupidity.
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Frankie3s wrote: I can imagine this person being on the phone trying to get these trades reversed which I'm sure can't be undone. It's a hell of a lesson that I wouldn't wish on anyone. Losing money is always painful even more so through stupidity.
Not sure if the buyer would ever consent to have that trade reversed .

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