Fat finger typo and help for all of you with the service

Quick clarification in the numbers here. When I was typing, I accidentally hit 22 cents instead of 33 cents a share for the EKDKQ trade that I mentioned earlier. So to be clear — I’d try to get Eastman Kodak for a short-term long trade here below 35 cents a share and my cost basis for my EKDKQ position is right now about right at about 34 cents a share total.

More in a bit. And two other points right quick.

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