So as I understated it there are 2 types of price quotes that can be displayed in trading apps. Real-time and delayed. Which can usually be seen just under the price.
I have invested in Trulieve on the OTC market through 212 and the quotes I am looking at in trading apps are all delayed, as I understand usually by around 15-20 mins.
That said there is no reference to this in 212 so I took the price stated to be the purchase price (give or take very minor fluctuations) as long as the order was executed fairly quickly.
I placed an order at 14:18 when the price was stated to be $44.6 but it executed at $47.8! The price in 212 didn’t go above $44.7 an hour before and after the time of execution, so why was the execution price so high?!
So up until today the OTC market opened at 14:00, rather than 14:30. And as of today that was extended to 13:00. Either way the market was open and I can’t see any explanation as to why I was overcharged.
Ok, if that is the case the UI is very misleading. It literally just says the market is open at 13:30 with no mention whatsoever of premarket or market open at 14:30. There is no way for users to know how their orders will be executed.
I’m also none the wiser about why it executed so high. Do you or the 2 people you tagged in your first message work for 212?