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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 AMP   Ameriprise Financial Services  Asset Management Financial NYSE 19,650  143.70  -4.02 -2.7 1,094,666
 ARCC   Ares Capital Corp  Asset Management Financial NASDAQ 7,650  17.80  -0.11 -0.6 1,303,370
 BBU   Brookfield Business Partners LP  Business Services Services NYSE 2,570  38.43  -0.66 -1.7 42,348
 BFY   Blackrock New York Muni Trust II  Asset Management Financial NYSE 69  13.74  -0.06 -0.4 4,324
 CARA   Cara Therapeutics  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 778  19.73  0.16 0.8 295,730
 CETV   Central EUR Med A  Broadcasting - TV Services NASDAQ 1,040  4.18  0.04 1.0 208,732
 GLPI   Gaming & Leisure  REIT - Diversified Financial NASDAQ 8,530  39.06  -0.70 -1.8 695,042
 INOV   Inovalon Hldgs Cm A  Healthcare Information Services Technology NASDAQ 2,150  14.20  -0.01 -0.07 204,081
 KRC   Kilroy Realty Corp  REIT - Office Financial NYSE 7,670  74.77  -0.48 -0.6 357,032
 NEO   Neogenomics Inc  Medical Laboratories & Research Healthcare NASDAQ 2,210  22.58  -0.52 -2.3 799,991
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Education Point n Figure (PnF Charts) - Technical Analysis from A to Z
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