Track Data Fails to Meet Minimum Bid Price for Nasdaq

    August 25, 2004

Track Data today announced that Nasdaq has advised the Company that its common stock has not met the minimum $1.00 per share closing price required to avoid delisting from Nasdaq’s National Market.

The Company’s common stock will continue to be listed on the National Market until February 22, 2005, subject to an extension of an additional 180 day period if the Company meets all other initial listing criteria. During these periods, the Company must achieve a closing bid price of at least $1.00 for ten consecutive business days to be eligible for compliance with the Nasdaq bid-price requirement.

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.

For professional investors, Track Data Securities 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 under a service bureau arrangement as an execution platform.

The Company also owns and operates the Track ECN, an electronic communications network that allows traders to display and match limit orders for stocks. Track ECN offers subscribers the highest published rebate in the industry.

For individual investors, Track Data Securities offers myTrack and TrackTrade, both fully integrated, Internet-based online trading and market data systems. Each platform offers direct access online trading, allowing users the choice of where to route their equity and options orders. myTrack and TrackTrade offer continuous, dynamic streams of live market data powered by application-based software and a constant server connection similar to systems used by professionals.

For all investors, the Company’s NewsWare division offers NewsWatch, a PC-based application that aggregates news from thousands of sources. Featuring real-time full text filtering and complex queries, its real-time alerting functions allow users to choose topics of interest and be among the first to know when news breaks.