It sort of depends on the time. Seems that usually, theres not too much worth trading for until at least a few hours after market closes. The volume is of course way lower but there are still opportunities as long as they are open. To tell ya the truth, I am sort of suprised that they trade as well as they do outside of market hours. So to answer your question, sure, it can be worthwhile to trade them after hours. Well, they are traded around the world =). There's some commentary from T Lo's website on yesterday's trading you might want to check out. I didn't get a chance to read the full thing but it might be interesting to compare your trades to what they did.http://www.trendvue.com/article.php?story=2002072301094846
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