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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 AAON 
AAON Inc
Building Products & Equipment
Industrials
NASDAQ
 3,680  70.58  0.14 0.2 131,991
 ACMR 
ACM Research Inc Cl A
Semiconductor Equipment & Materials
Technology
NASDAQ
 1,750  104.72  10.12 10.7 735,920
 ADM 
Archer Daniels Midland Co
Farm Products
Consumer Defensive
NYSE
 29,040  53.10  0.9 1.72 3,239,974
 AINV 
Apollo Investment Corp
Asset Management
Financial Services
NASDAQ
 793.55  12.08  -0.08 -0.66 550,361
 ALL 
Allstate Corp
Insurance - Property & Casualty
Financial Services
NYSE
 32,960  110.27  1.87 1.73 1,250,602
 ANDE 
Andersons Inc
Food Distribution
Consumer Defensive
NASDAQ
 811.6  25.71  1.1 4.47 205,300
 AON 
Aon Plc
Insurance Brokers
Financial Services
NYSE
 47,540  209.16  1.23 0.59 1,657,441
 AWR 
American States Water Co
Utilities - Regulated Water
Utilities
NYSE
 2,970  81.56  0.19 0.23 227,256
 BBH 
VanEck Vectors Biotech Etf
Exchange Traded Fund
Financial Services
NASDAQ
 503.4  184.24  3.27 1.81 13,624
 BLUE 
bluebird bio Inc
Biotechnology
Healthcare
NASDAQ
 3,350  49.51  -1.02 -2.02 1,330,683
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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
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