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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 ACNB 
ACNB Corp
Banks - Regional
Financial Services
NASDAQ
 176.09  20.80  -0.44 -2.07 8,613
 AGZ 
iShares Agency Bond Etf
Exchange Traded Fund
Financial Services
NYSE
 879.21  121.08  -0.23 -0.19 47,057
 AIR 
AAR Corp
Aerospace & Defense
Industrials
NYSE
 690.13  18.80  -0.31 -1.62 457,496
 AIT 
Applied Industrial Technologies Inc
Industrial Distribution
Industrials
NYSE
 2,080  55.10  0.38 0.69 223,353
 AJX 
Great Ajax Corp
REIT - Mortgage
Real Estate
NYSE
 213.71  8.29  -0.02 -0.24 896,818
 ANIK 
Anika Therapeutics Inc
Biotechnology
Healthcare
NASDAQ
 486.18  35.39  1.21 3.54 202,834
 AWI 
Armstrong World Industries Inc
Building Products & Equipment
Industrials
NYSE
 3,350  68.81  -1.49 -2.12 624,397
 BFS 
Saul Centers Inc
REIT - Retail
Real Estate
NYSE
 622.69  26.58  -0.25 -0.93 134,195
 CASH 
Meta Financial Group Inc
Banks - Regional
Financial Services
NASDAQ
 642.34  19.22  -0.07 -0.36 245,336
 CDAY 
Ceridian HCM Holding Inc
Software - Application
Technology
NYSE
 11,740  82.65  0.2 0.24 1,320,689
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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

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