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To: ChuckS who wrote (1994)3/12/2002 8:56:57 AM
From: Wayne Rumball
   of 2005
 
What a wonderful company.

For the last 6 business days I've had $193 buying power in my account, regardless of the amount of cash.

I haven't been doing much trading anyway, so I didn't complain.

Until yesterday......

Hosts didn't want to hear about it and censored me when I told them to get off their fat ass and do someting....

Just opened mytrack, I see I have $193 buying power this morning.....

Wouldn't be surprised to hear the SEC raided their offices and shut them down.

WHAT WOULD surprise me is that it never happens

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To: TLindt who wrote (1992)3/18/2002 11:20:52 PM
From: CrazyTrain
   of 2005
 
Track data news...

securitiesindustry.com

Midweek News Update


Advance Coverage of Issue Week Monday, March 18, 2002
New Track ECN Mulls Joining MarketXT on SuperSoes
The Track ECN, the new electronic communications network that made its debut on March 8, is mulling joining SuperSoes, where rival MarketXT has seen its volume soar since moving to Nasdaq’s trading system on Christmas Eve. MarketXT’s market share of Nasdaq share volume jumped from a mere 0.1 percent in December to 0.5 percent in January. The ECN market share data set for February is not yet available, but, based on SuperSoes data, MarketXT traded an average of 28.66 million shares a day by late February, making it the second-largest contributor to SuperSoes after Knight Securities.“A lot of people have noticed that,” said Track ECN EVP Roderick Covlin. “We are considering joining SuperSoes as an option to help us grow the business, since it is a mature marketplace.” The Track ECN’s parent, Track Data Corp., which also owns direct-access online broker Track Data Securities, late last month received the green light from the Securities and Exchange Commission and the National Association of Securities Dealers to operate an ECN—the 11th so far—to trade Nasdaq and listed securities.

(Reported by Isabelle Clary)

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To: CrazyTrain who wrote (1996)6/28/2002 3:14:26 AM
From: CrazyTrain
   of 2005
 
Watching this stock?

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To: CrazyTrain who wrote (1997)6/28/2002 3:14:43 AM
From: CrazyTrain
   of 2005
 
Anyone ...

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To: CrazyTrain who wrote (1998)6/28/2002 3:15:13 AM
From: CrazyTrain
   of 2005
 
Is ...

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To: CrazyTrain who wrote (1999)6/28/2002 3:15:49 AM
From: CrazyTrain
   of 2005
 
GRUB - LOL How high will it go this time?

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To: CrazyTrain who wrote (2000)9/20/2002 12:28:58 AM
From: CrazyTrain
   of 2005
 
Ouch - 6:1 reverse split just to stay listed...

How low will it go this time?

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To: ChuckS who wrote (1994)10/25/2002 10:03:26 AM
From: ChuckS
   of 2005
 
(BSNS WIRE) Track Data Corporation Defers One for Six Reverse Stock Split
Track Data Corporation Defers One for Six Reverse Stock Split


Business Editors

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 25, 2002--Track Data Corporation
(Nasdaq: TRAC) today announced that it is deferring its proposed one
for six reverse stock split.
The Company proposed this split in September because the Company
did not satisfy the $1 minimum bid price requirement for continued
listing on the Nasdaq National Market. The split was to become
effective at the close of business on October 31, 2002. In view of a
recent statement by a representative of Nasdaq that it is considering
proposals to change the $1 bid price listing requirement, the Company
will defer the split until it appears that the split will be necessary
to permit the continued listing of the Company's shares.
Track Data is a New York-based financial services company that
provides direct access brokerage, real-time financial market data,
news, and research to institutional and individual investors through
dedicated telecommunication lines and the Internet. The Company also
owns and operates the Track ECN, an electronic communication network
that allows traders to display and match limit orders for stocks.
For professional investors, Track Data offers proTrack, a direct
access trading platform with fully integrated market data. proTrack
offers unbiased trade routing, allowing clients control over where
their orders are sent. proTrack is also available to broker-dealers as
an execution platform.
For individual investors, Track Data offers myTrack, a fully
integrated, Internet-based online trading and market data system.
myTrack's direct access online trading has equity commissions starting
at $12.95 per trade and allows users the choice of where to route
their orders. myTrack also offers trading in options at all options
markets, and over 6,000 mutual funds. In addition, futures trading in
the E-Minis is available, with cross-collateralization of accounts.
Futures trades are routed directly to the CME at $14 per contract per
round trip.
For additional information, please contact Rafi Reguer, Vice
President, Corporate Communications, at 718/522-0222 or by e-mail:
rafi_reguer@trackdata.com.

--30--CER/se*

CONTACT: Track Data Corporation
Rafi Reguer, 718/522-0222
rafi_reguer@trackdata.com

KEYWORD: NEW YORK
INDUSTRY KEYWORD: BANKING E-COMMERCE INTERNET
SOURCE: Track Data Corporation

Today's News On The Net - Business Wire's full file on the Internet
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To: ChuckS who wrote (2002)7/13/2003 3:53:17 AM
From: O'Brien
   of 2005
 
Any Of you guys still keep up with TRAC?
I was lucky enough to get in at .61 not long ago.
Up huge the last few days. Last close at 2.25

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To: klambet who started this subject7/15/2003 2:54:54 AM
From: O'Brien
   of 2005
 
Well, Trac up again to close @ 2.77
Still holding, probably should sell some shares in the am, but I keep thinking of long term.
TRAD(Tradstation) is reporting 2nd qtr earnings before the bell. If earnings and revenue are good I think TRAC could move along with them.

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