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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 ACU 
Acme United Corp
Household & Personal Products
Consumer Defensive
NYSE
 103.33  28.42  -0.79 -2.7 5,740
 BVH 
Bluegreen Vacations Holding Corp
Resorts & Casinos
Consumer Cyclical
NYSE
 479.21  23.50  -0.46 -1.92 35,346
 HYZN 
Hyzon Motors Inc
Auto Manufacturers
Consumer Cyclical
NASDAQ
 1,010  2.78  -1.71 -38.08 17,797,578
 RGR 
Sturm Ruger & Co
Aerospace & Defense
Industrials
NYSE
 1,070  58.42  -2.15 -3.55 373,630
 SMMT 
Summit Therapeutics Inc
Biotechnology
Healthcare
NASDAQ
 92.24  0.8911  -0.0489 -5.2 207,527
 SYNL 
Synalloy Corp
Steel
Basic Materials
NASDAQ
 133.12  12.75  -0.43 -3.26 73,305
 UVXY 
ProShares Ultra VIX Short-Term Futures Etf
Exchange Traded Fund
Financial Services
NYSE
 1,450.76  9.88  -0.34 -3.33 67,808,088
 VIXY 
ProShares VIX Short-Term Futures Etf
Exchange Traded Fund
Financial Services
NYSE
 380.28  14.14  -0.37 -2.55 6,486,481
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Education Trendlines - Technical Analysis from A to Z
One of the basic tenets put forth by Charles Dow in the Dow Theory is that security prices do trend. Trends are often measured and identified by "trendlines." A trendline is a sloping line that is drawn between two or more prominent points on a chart. Rising trends are defined by a trendline that is drawn between two or more troughs (low points) to identify price support. Falling trends are defined by trendlines that are drawn between two or more peaks (high points) to identify price resistance. Learn more

Education Trends - Technical Analysis from A to Z
A trend represents a consistent change in prices. Trends differ from support/resistance levels in that trends represent change, whereas support/resistance levels represent barriers to change. A rising trend is defined by successively higher low-prices. A rising trend can be thought of as a rising support level. The bulls are in control and are pushing prices higher. Learn more




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