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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 AWP   Alpine Global Premier Propertie  Closed End Funds Financial NYSE 534  6.32  0.05 0.8 179,551
 BLCN   Reality Shares Nasdaq Nextgen Economy ETF  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NASDAQ 114  22.63  0.03 0.1 18,411
 DBEM   Db-Xt MSCI EM Mkts Hgd Eq  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NYSE 144  22.894  0.12 0.5 7,191
 DTYS   Ipath Treasury 10-Year Bear ETN  Banks Financial NASDAQ 64  21.61  -0.47 -2.1 24,646
 HMTA   Hometown Bankshares  Banks Financial NASDAQ 79  13.07  -0.44 -3.3 1,129
 NNDM   Nano Dimension Ads  Computer Peripherals Technology NASDAQ 40  1.98  0.09 4.8 93,335
 OILU   Ultrapro Crude Oil Proshares  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NYSE 47  46.24  0.43 0.9 145,225
 PBDM   FTSE Devd Ex-North America Pb Portfolio PS    NYSE   24.53  -0.54 -2.2 708
 PBI   Pitney Bowes Inc  Business Equipment Consumer Goods NYSE 1,520  8.27  0.19 2.4 2,214,153
 PLG   Platinum Group Metals Ltd  Industrial Metals & Minerals Basic Materials NYSE 30  0.099  -0.0004 -0.4 211,136
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Education Point n Figure (PnF Charts) - Technical Analysis from A to Z
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