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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 AA   Alcoa Corp  Aluminum Basic Materials NYSE 9,390  49.15  0.58 1.2 1,417,344
 AAU   Almaden Minerals  Gold Basic Materials NYSE 86  0.71  -0.0097 -1.3 141,796
 AAV   Advantage Oil & Gas Ltd  Oil & Gas Drilling & Exploration Basic Materials NYSE 547  2.95  -0.05 -1.7 233,043
 ABC   Amerisourcebergen Corp  Drugs Wholesale Services NYSE 19,100  84.09  0.13 0.2 1,224,084
 ABEO   Abeona Therapeutics  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 759  16.25  0.20 1.2 606,602
 ABEOW   Abeona Thera Wts  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ   11.92  0.32 2.8 2,090
 ABIL   Ability Inc  Information Technology Services Technology NASDAQ 6  2.49  0.04 1.6 6,360
 ACGLO   Arch Capital Group Ltd ADR  Property & Casualty Insurance Financial NASDAQ 10,702  24.04  0.10 0.4 40,321
 ACGLP   Arch Capital Group Ltd  Property & Casualty Insurance Financial NASDAQ 10,702  23.82  0.14 0.6 49,756
 ACH   Aluminum Corporation of China Ltd  Aluminum Basic Materials NYSE 10,080  13.20  -0.17 -1.3 70,703
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Education Point n Figure (PnF Charts) - Technical Analysis from A to Z
Point & Figure ("P&F") charts differ from traditional price charts in that they completely disregard the passage of time and only display changes in prices. Rather than having price on the y-axis and time on the x-axis, P&F charts display price changes on both axes. This is similar to Kagi, Renko, and Three Line Break charts. There are several chart patterns that regularly appear in P&F charts. These include Double Tops and Bottoms, Bullish and Bearish Signal formations, Bullish and Bearish Symmetrical Triangles, Triple Tops and Bottoms, etc. Learn more

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Renko charts are similar to Three Line Break charts except that in a Renko chart, a line (or "brick" as they're called) is drawn in the direction of the prior move only if prices move by a minimum amount (i.e., the box size). The bricks are always equal in size. For example, in a 5-unit Renko chart, a 20-point rally is displayed as four, 5-unit tall Renko bricks. Basic trend reversals are signaled with the emergence of a new white or black brick. A new white brick indicates the beginning of a new up-trend. A new black brick indicates the beginning of a new down-trend. Learn more

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