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2.RSI(14) Bullish Divergence
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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 ESBK   Elmira Savings Bank Banks - Regional Financial Services NASDAQ 37.86  11.89  -0.02 -0.17 6,592
 EVK   Ever-Glory International Group Inc. Apparel Manufacturing Consumer Cyclical NASDAQ 10.88  0.71  0.05 7.58 4,537
 LABD   Direxion Daily S&P Biotech Bear 3X Shares Exchange Traded Fund Financial Services NYSE 82.18  4.69  -0.01 -0.21 9,327,076
 LXU   LSB Industries Inc. Chemicals Basic Materials NYSE 41.32  1.43  0.22 18.18 469,396
 NE   Noble Corp. PLC Oil & Gas Drilling Energy NYSE 46.48  0.1513  -0.0091 -5.67 19,986,392
 PPIH   Perma-Pipe International Holdings Inc. Pollution & Treatment Controls Industrials NASDAQ 43.21  5.20  -0.75 -12.61 13,912
 PPSI   Pioneer Power Solutions Inc. Electrical Equipment & Parts Industrials NASDAQ 8.99  0.97  -0.04 -3.96 11,633
 PT   Pintec Technology Holdings Ltd. ADR Credit Services Financial Services NASDAQ 37.71  0.9536  -0.0064 -0.67 195,981
 RUHN   Ruhnn Holding Ltd. ADR Internet Retail Consumer Cyclical NASDAQ 235.43  2.70  0.07 2.66 102,672
 SFUN   Fang Holdings Ltd. ADR Internet Content & Information Communication Services NYSE 91.53  1.11  0.01 0.91 72,783
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