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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 AGTC   Applied Genetic Tech  Biotechnology Healthcare NASDAQ 68  3.80  0.02 0.5 58,803
 BIL   1-3 Month T-Bill Barclays Capital SPDR  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NYSE 9,197  91.53  0.02 0.022 1,043,969
 BKU   BankUnited Inc  Regional - Mid-Atlantic Banks Financial NYSE 3,020  33.72  0.34 1.0 859,159
 BMLP   Dorsey Wright MLP Index ETN  Banks Financial NASDAQ 30,310  49.915  2.58 5.4 500
 BOKF   Bok Financial Corp  Regional - Southwest Banks Financial NASDAQ 5,450  80.87  0.56 0.7 129,787
 BOTJ   Bank of The Jame Fnl  Regional - Mid-Atlantic Banks Financial NASDAQ 62  14.49  0.44 3.1 5,264
 BPOPN   Popular Inc Trust  Specialty Chemicals Basic Materials NASDAQ 332  26.79  0.19 0.7 6
 BVSN   Broadvision Inc  Internet Software & Services Technology NASDAQ 7.09  1.58  0.23 17.0 46,432
 CARZ   Nasdaq Global Auto Index Fund FT  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NASDAQ 17  32.956  0.10 0.3 1,350
 CIX   Compx International Inc  Security & Protection Services Services NYSE 180  14.97  0.65 4.5 971
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