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   Symbol   Name   Industry   Sector   Exchange  Cap, mln  Last  Change  Change, %  Volume
 ACN   Accenture Plc  Information Technology Services Technology NYSE 118,750  185.56  -0.96 -0.5 3,156,494
 CNACR   Constellation Alpha Capital Corp Right    NASDAQ   0.23  0.02 9.5 26,200
 FLEH   Europe Hedged Franklin FTSE ETF  Exchange Traded Fund Financial NYSE 5.00  23.46  -0.24 -1.0 2,987
 GFNSL   Genrl Fin Sr Nt 2021  Business Services Services NASDAQ 241  25.791  -0.15 -0.6 6,283
 GJP   Strats Sm Trust For Dominion Resources Inc Secur  Specialty Chemicals Basic Materials NYSE   21.85  0.00 0.00 1,155
 HII   Huntington Ingalls Industries  Aerospace/Defense Products & Services Industrial Goods NYSE 9,310  222.90  -1.86 -0.8 586,673
 HURN   Huron Consulting  Business Services Services NASDAQ 1,190  51.77  -0.06 -0.1 152,401
 PBBI   Pb Bancorp Inc  Banks Financial NASDAQ 85  11.26  -0.18 -1.6 1,554
 QD   Qudian Inc ADR    NYSE   8.18  -0.03 -0.4 6,413,902
 QTS   Qts Realty Trust Inc  REIT - Industrial Financial NYSE 2,550  46.50  -0.26 -0.6 712,290
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Education Point n Figure (PnF Charts) - Technical Analysis from A to Z
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