$HEAR

Turtle Beach Corp

  • NASDAQ
  • Consumer Durables
  • Electronics/Appliances
  • Manufacturing
  • Other Communications Equipment Manufacturing

PRICE

$9.285 ▼-0.161%

Extented Hours

VOLUME

32,936

DAY RANGE

9.1479 - 9.3394

52 WEEK

6.22 - 28.48

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@danbrey #ivtrades
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I hear you. I for one am waiting for something positive to happen. I'm not clear on how to proceed. Day Trade seems to be on break. Our trial money back will be coming up and and frankly if nothing happens between now and EOM then I'll be asking for my Money back.

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@Snowcow #droscrew
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thats actually the companies fault but I hear ya > @dros said: people losing their jobs sucks, and yeah I feel for them, but from what I've heard a lot of these big tech jobs over the past few years are just super cushy not doing much

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@Pal #droscrew
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Elon would not be happy to hear you talking such smack

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**mark_dow:** Would love to hear the French broadcast of Senegal vs the Netherlands https://twitter.com/mark_dow/status/1594723324315066368

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@danbrey #ivtrades
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Yeah, I hear you Ces. I changed brokerages just so I could get the conditions.

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@Lin_Kunoichi #PlutoTraders
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I can't hear anything

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Amanda Cooper LONDON (Reuters) -Global stocks eased from two-month highs on Wednesday while the safe-haven dollar fell, after Poland's president said a missile that hit his country was probably a stray Ukrainian defence projectile, dispelling fears that it originated from Russia. Initial relief was enough to encourage some flows back into equities and commodities, but given the gains of the last couple of weeks, investors took the news as an opportunity to book profits, given the vulnerability of the economic backdrop in Europe and China. "It is the worst when we hear such news. Even if it's not from Russia, this still causes uncertainty in the markets and the European market is especially fragile, heading to a confirmed recession next year due to the energy crisis and geopolitical tensions," Raed Alkhedr, chief market analyst at Equiti.com, said. Data on Wednesday showed U.S. retail sales rose by 1.3% in October, compared with expectations for a 1.0% rise, showing consumers were undeterred by high inflation last month. This gave a bump to the dollar, which cut some of the day's losses and weighed heavily on European shares. The STOXX 600 fell 0.8%, down from Tuesday's two-month peak, depressed by the auto sector after a report that Germany's Mercedes Benz cut its China electric vehicle prices as sales lagged. Germany's DAX fell 0.9%, while Britain's FTSE 100 eased 0.2% The MSCI All-World index hovered around the day's lows, down 0.2%. When the missile struck, NATO member Poland first said a Russian-made rocket was responsible and summoned Russia's ambassador to Warsaw for an explanation after Moscow denied responsibility. The dollar, which acts a safe haven in times of geopolitical or market turmoil, rallied overnight, before falling throughout the European session. But it pared losses after the retail sales figures, trading down 0.1% down against a basket of major currencies. "The initial reaction was understandable given that any deliberate strike on a NATO member would mark an enormous escalatory step," Deutsche Bank (ETR:DBKGn) strategist Jim Reid said. "It soon became apparent that this was highly unlikely to be a direct attack." U.S. stock futures struggled to recover any ground, with S&P 500 e-minis falling 0.2% and Nasdaq 100 futures down 0.3%. The euro, which hit its highest since early July this week, rose 0.5% to $1.0403, while sterling was up 0.2% at $1.1889 after UK data showed consumer inflation rose more than expected in October. With political tensions injecting volatility into markets, benchmark 10-year Treasury yields fell 1 basis point to 3.79%, around their lowest in a month.[US/] Gold rose 0.2% on the day to $1,776 an ounce, supported by a slightly weaker dollar, while Brent crude futures fell 0.6% to $93.33 a barrel, having retreated from an overnight high of $94.79. [GOL/] [O/R]

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@Mazi_P #PlutoTraders
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THIS IS WHAT I LOVE TO HEAR!!! @Frankyk85

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**MichaelKitces:** Getting Qs from advisors about working w/ @BuckinghamSP_ since @CPAPlanner & I joined ~2 years ago. I'm a "hear it from the horse's (advisor's) mouth" person, so they set up a "Hear What It's Really Like" webinar w/ @ShahPlan & Brent Gunderson. Details: https://t.co/v7z1muOIH8 https://twitter.com/MichaelKitces/status/1584611681657040897

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@gman2 #ivtrades
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LOL I'll hear all about it later

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Rae Wee and Kevin Buckland SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The dollar strengthened broadly on Friday, punching to fresh 32-year highs above 150 yen, as U.S. Treasury yields climbed to new multi-year peaks amid bets the Federal Reserve will keep raising interest rates despite the risks of recession. Sterling sank toward the lowest level in a week as investors digested the news that British Prime Minister Liz Truss had quit after just six weeks in office. The risk-sensitive Aussie and New Zealand dollars also retreated. Fed officials showed no signs of backing down from their hawkish rhetoric, with Philadelphia Fed president Patrick Harker saying overnight that the central bank is not done with raising its short-term rate target amid very high levels of inflation. Money markets are close to fully priced for 75 basis point rate hikes in both November and December. "The dollar's got the wind to its back, it's got everything working for it," said Chris Weston, head of research at Pepperstone. "It's a magical currency at the moment." The greenback jumped as high as 150.43 yen for the first time since August 1990 before last trading up 0.16% at 150.38. The currency pair is extremely sensitive to changes in U.S. 10-year yields, which pushed to a more than 14-year top of 4.272% in Tokyo trading. The battered Japanese currency first weakened past the symbolic 150 level late Thursday afternoon in Tokyo, but strengthened sharply from an interim low of 150.09 per dollar to 149.63 within a minute. Fresh threats of intervention made by Japanese policymakers have kept investors on high alert, although there has been no news of further action since the Ministry of Finance's dollar-selling, yen-buying intervention last month. "(They) can no longer just rely on individual-part intervention to keep the yen from depreciating. You either have yield curve control lifted, or concerted action," said Alicia Garcia Herrero, chief economist for Asia Pacific at Natixis. The U.S. dollar index, which tracks the currency against a basket of six major peers including the yen, British pound and euro, added 0.15% to 113.10. Meanwhile, sterling slid 0.46% to $1.11875, bringing it close to Thursday's low of $1.1172, the weakest level since Oct. 14, and erasing any trace of the brief rally to $1.1338 after Liz Truss announced her resignation as prime minister. "I think that was a knee-jerk reaction to at least a temporary easing of UK political uncertainty," said Carol Kong, currency strategist at Commonwealth bank of Australia (CBA). "But the news that we heard only removed some, but not all of the political uncertainty in the UK economy, and we'll still hear more on the fiscal policy front at the end of this month." Truss was brought down by an economic programme that sent shockwaves through markets and shattered the country's reputation for financial stability. The Conservative Party, which holds a big majority in parliament and need not call a nationwide election for another two years, will now elect a new leader by Oct. 28 - Britain's fifth prime minister in six years. The euro fell 0.22% to $0.97645, after tracking the move in sterling to an overnight high of $0.98455. The Aussie fell 0.41% to $0.6257, while New Zealand's kiwi sank by about the same margin to $0.5652.

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@danbrey #ivtrades
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I just wanted to make sure Carlos was well. It's good to hear from you. I don't go to the board much neither, but I think it'll be different if we start having some wins.

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@TheBrexitBunker #FOREX
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Actually I agree because almost always when we get to hear the news the market has already moved and secondly a lot of news events that cause spikes are not significant enough to cause a major and lasting reversal. But it can happen

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**elerianm:** It's interesting to hear that some European officials are welcoming the "demonstration effects" of the #UK policy U-turn, seeing it as vividly illustrating to some #EU member countries the danger of fiscal slippages. The U-turn is also a reminder of non-bank financial fragility. https://twitter.com/elerianm/status/1581966946693615617

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@coulldc #vpatraders
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@kenneth.ajakaiye Hi Kenneth and many thanks for sharing and delighted to hear this is working out for you and certainly a nice trade which looks very pretty too:-) so well done you and thanks again. Just rinse and repeat and keep in doing it:-) excellent

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@dros #droscrew
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haha yeah that's aggravating. was that the result of the storm or are you just getting a new roof > @bronco said: Glad to hear my friend. They are putting a new roof on my house and it's very annoying

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@bronco #droscrew
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Glad to hear my friend. They are putting a new roof on my house and it's very annoying

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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remember , when you hear the excitement , read the excitement , and feel the excitement , dont forget to pray a little

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@Atlas #FOREX
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remember , when you hear the excitement , read the excitement , and feel the excitement , dont forget to pray a little

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**MebFaber:** I hear from advisors not too infrequently that "it's too late for value"....personally I think this regime shift could last for years (and years).... https://t.co/sM11mCMBBK https://twitter.com/MebFaber/status/1578412182579994626

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@dros #droscrew
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geez @Snowcow - sorry to hear that man

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@Pal #droscrew
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Sorry to hear that @snowcow Hope he's ok

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@fabi #vpatraders
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thanks anna. great to hear from you and hope you enjoy your italy trip 👍👍

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@portmoreute #ivtrades
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sorry to hear that

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**ritholtz:** Sorry to hear @BadAstronomer's gig at @SYFY is over, but I am upping my sub to paid annual. Love all that you do and hope you continue to post daily (like you did there). (Are you a recession layoff?) https://t.co/VDSpeZfMjs https://twitter.com/ritholtz/status/1574481313402347522

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@dros #droscrew
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@Pal you hear this rumor of Elon/Twitter settlement announcement at close

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@johnis_serious #PlutoTraders
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@Mazi_P i missed the signal i did npt hear it

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@Jonove #droscrew
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Always hear neighbors talk about. DAMN he sold for such a low price. My house will go down now

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**ritholtz:** What questions do you have for @SteveCase upcoming guest on MIB? The founder of AOL has used his Revolution VC to push venture funding off of the coasts and into the heartland of the USA -- what would you like to hear him discuss? https://twitter.com/ritholtz/status/1571950831674748930

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@Marcosx #ivtrades
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I hear gas generator sales up in california., have to charge Tesla somehow

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@gman2 #ivtrades
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sorry to hear that Carlos

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@Leocrypto #FOREX
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first time i hear it

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@thegiz18 #ivtrades
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When the new site went live, he said would still be posting option trades here, but will have to hear from Chris on his plans.

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@Salem #Emporos Research
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haha never thought I'd hear you say that

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Key Metrics

Market Cap

153.70 M

Beta

1.58

Avg. Volume

303.46 K

Shares Outstanding

16.53 M

Yield

0%

Public Float

0

Next Earnings Date

2023-03-01

Next Dividend Date

Company Information

Turtle Beach Corporation is one of the world's leading gaming accessory providers. The Turtle Beach brand (www.turtlebeach.com) is known for pioneering first-to-market features and patented innovations in high-quality, comfort-driven headsets for all levels of gamer, making it a fan-favorite brand and the market leader in console gaming audio for the last decade. Turtle Beach's ROCCAT brand (www.roccat.org) combines detail-loving German innovation with a genuine passion for designing the best PC gaming products. Under the ROCCAT brand, Turtle Beach creates award-winning keyboards, mice, headsets, mousepads, and other PC accessories.

CEO: Juergen Stark

Website:

HQ: 11011 Via Frontera Ste A San Diego, 92127-1752 California

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