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 Symbol Name Industry Sector ExchangeCap, mlnLastChangeChange, %Volume
 WAVX    Wave Systems Corp.  Computer Peripherals Technology NASDAQ 46  1.03  -0.01 -1.0 236,580
 WHLRW    Wheeler Real Estate Investment    NASDAQ   0.45  0.00 0.0 8,000
 WILN    Wi-Lan Inc    NASDAQ   3.14  -0.03 -0.9 29,981
 WIW    Western Asset/Claymore Inflation- Linked Opportunities & Income Fund  Closed-End Fund - Debt Financial NYSE 708  11.60  0.00 0.0 70,208
 WSTG    Wayside Technology Group, Inc.  Computers Wholesale Services NASDAQ 78  16.29  0.03 0.2 4,533
 WVFC    WVS Financial Corp.  Savings & Loans Financial NASDAQ 23  11.01  0.00 0.0 0
 WWWW    Web.com Group, Inc.  Internet Information Providers Technology NASDAQ 975  18.46  -0.51 -2.7 265,476
 WYY    WidePoint Corp.  Technical Services Services NYSE 118  1.61  -0.01 -0.6 217,695
 XNET    Xunlei Ltd  Application Software Technology NASDAQ 639  10.44  -0.12 -1.1 154,220
 XNY    China Xiniya Fashion Limited  Textile - Apparel Clothing Consumer Goods NYSE 33  0.55  -0.02 -3.5 21,448
 XRSC    XRS Corporation  Computer Based Systems Technology NASDAQ 155  5.57  0.02 0.4 57,277
 ZBK    Zion Bancorporation    NYSE 5,339  26.40  -0.12 -0.5 2,300
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Education Average True Range (ATR) - Technical Analysis from A to Z
The Average True Range (ATR) is a measure of volatility. It was introduced by Welles Wilder in his book, New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems, and has since been used as a component of many indicators and trading systems. Wilder has found that high ATR values often occur at market bottoms following a "panic" sell-off. Low Average True Range values are often found during extended sideways periods, such as those found at tops and after consolidation periods. Learn more




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