Creative Realities, Inc. (CREX) Social Stream
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$CREX I hate wall street. I put in my order and it showed up on the market. The all of a sudden someone else buys at the same price I was paying. My order was first ans still someone else got shares before me then the price went up. Last time this happened the stock went up 300% percent. Fk etrade and everyone is in on this manipulation.WolfofFraudStreet, published July 27, 2021
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$CREX Not much time left to buy at these prices. Earnings should be great based on that Creative Realties net income was $1.3 million for the three months ended March 31, 2021 as compared to net loss of $13.2 million for the same period in 2020. Keep in in mind this surge in income was achieved during the covid pandemic. Growth opportunity is better now that covid restrictions have been lifted. The company has increased revenues stream as the they are getting reoccurring income from servicing their hardware installs. This will be easy money as there momentum and sales are increasing fast.WolfofFraudStreet, published July 20, 2021
$CREX expect a downtrend through next week then uptrend up to earnings in August + speculated contract info to be released at that time. I see CREX being strategic about their current valuation.
Scenario 1: they release 7/11 PR Now and it spikes to ~ $5 then back to $2s by earnings
Scenario 2: they release PR near earnings and it holds support at about $4-$5
$CREX Out of the 50 other times CREX was down 9.5% during a trading day, 56% of the time it traded higher by the next day's market close. wallstreetodds.comWallStreetOdds_, published July 13, 2021
$CREX Anyone else experiencing issues buying CREX using TDA? The reason given was because they're "protecting the customer from unusual volatility." With a RVOL of 2.50 and less than 10% Change from Open, I told the rep that that's far from unusual activity. What's unusual is me seeing this error and having to call to place my trade!
I told the rep that it's not the role of the broker to impede the market and dictate supply/demand. Who knows how many people wanted to buy CREX, but failed to do so because they didn't want to go through the hassle of calling support. Is this a new "anti-MEME" strategy by the broker dealers?
I'm sure I'm leaning too easily into the realm of conspiracy, but this is a bit odd.