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Technology Stocks : Research Frontiers (REFR)
REFR 2.480+1.6%Sep 25 4:00 PM EDT

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To: tinknocker who wrote (28912)11/10/2019 10:04:46 AM
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What does that even mean ? why?
For most NASDAQ stocks, an MM first buy shares from a seller and counts that as one trade. Then the MM sells those shares to a different buyer and counts it as another trade.

This lets an MM collect a fee on both ends of the trade. It also lets NASDAQ brag about having higher volume than the NYSE.

From the numbers you posted, it looks like REFR falls into the double-counted stock category. If so, The fintel.io table shows the actual volume.
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