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October 23, 2017
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5.39%
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PCG
5.24%
American Electric Power
AEP
5.18%
Sempra Energy
SRE
4.30%
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PPL
3.88%
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EIX
3.77%
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October 23, 2017
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Table of Contents
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For Coach, Growth Is in the Bag
Emily Bary
Soon to be renamed Tapestry, the handbag and accessories maker is
focusing on brand-building to reinvigorate growth—and its shares.
October 23, 2017
19
Up & Down Wall Street
Charting the Market M2
The Trader
Ben Levisohn
Investors race to buy the dip,
lifting stocks to new highs. M3
European Trader
Victor Reklaitis
Tailwinds could propel
Lufthansa to new heights. M6
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Asian Trader
Assif Shameen
Samsung shares are still cheap
after a sharp snapback. M7
Emerging Markets
Dimitra DeFotis
What’s worth buying as China’s
bond market opens up. M7
Winners & Losers M8
Current Yield
Lawrence C. Strauss
Is the 10-year Treasury
signaling a recession? M9
Striking Price
Steven M. Sears
Interactive Brokers as a pure
play on higher volatility. M10
Commodities Corner
Myra P. Saefong
Top picks ahead of the rush
into gold miners. M11
Research Reports M12
Insider Transactions M12
13D Filings M13
Market Watch M14
Index to Companies . . . . . . . 12
Mailbag Protecting portfolios.
Macro investing. . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M14
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DowDuPont’s Winning Formula
Jack Hough
Edward Breen, who cleaned up Dennis Kozlowski’s Tyco mess, is
working his managerial magic at the helm of the world’s largest
chemical company. Look for DowDuPont to return 30% in a year.
Caesars Rebuilds Its Gaming Empire
Andrew Bary
The odds are in the gaming giant’s favor as its bankruptcy woes fade.
Better yet, Caesars Entertainment has plenty of cash on the table to
make deals and expand its Las Vegas convention business.
A Giant Risk for Tech Titans
Tiernan Ray
Columns
20
Randall W. Forsyth
The Dow has benefited from
big winners being among the
highest-priced stocks. 7
Streetwise
21
Bill Alpert
Tax rules don’t inhibit Rex
Tillerson and Gary Cohn from
leaving Trump’s cabinet. 11
Review & Preview
Paul Newman’s Rolex could
hit the big time at auction.
A billionaire’s ultrabullish
gold forecast. 14
22
Follow-Up
Morgan Stanley. 16
Amazon, Facebook, and Alphabet
will have to change their ways if they hope to
escape much stricter regulation or mandatory
breakups. Lessons from IBM and Microsoft.
COVER STORY:
Mutual Funds: Virtuous Rewards
Reshma Kapadia
PROFILE: Stephen Liberatore, head of TIAA-CREF’s Social Choice Bond
fund, seeks outperformance through investments that have a direct effect
on socially and environmentally responsible causes. PLUS: Scoreboard.
Finding Value in Foreign Lands
Leslie P. Norton
The founder of Rondure Global
Advisors pounds the pavement in far-flung places in pursuit of
promising stocks. A fan of Japanese drugstores and Starbucks.
Digital Investor
Theresa W. Carey
What optionsXpress clients
can expect from Schwab. 27
28
Fund of Information
Lewis Braham
Why equal-weight portfolios
tend to outperform. 30
ETF Focus
32
Crystal Kim
Female-oriented robo-advisor
Ellevest comes up short. 31
AN INTERVIEW WITH LAURA GERITZ:
Safe and Sound Investing
Steve Garmhausen
BEST ADVICE: Edward Jones advisor Doug Dewald likes safe, big-name
companies like Royal Dutch Shell and AstraZeneca. The challenge:
nudging his no-nonsense Wyoming clients to take reasonable risks.
Bitcoin: Heads or Tails?
Crystal Kim
As some on Wall Street dismiss the cryptocurrency as a fad—or worse—
others look to profit from it. Is Bitcoin the new gold?
Economic Beat
Gene Epstein
How long can debt deniers keep
their heads in the sand? 36
34
Speaking of Dividends
Lawrence C. Strauss
Five energy plays with the
power to raise payouts. 37
37
Other Voices
Lucy P. Marcus
Organizations must work
harder to address rising
cybersecurity threats. 39
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October 23, 2017
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BARRON’S
Up & Down Wall Street
What’s Driving This Market
by Randall W. Forsyth
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O
Dow also is its lowest-priced member, at $23.84 a share, so its
a disaster with a celebration, but that’s this stock 25% decline this year has been only a minor drag on the blue
market for you.
chips. GE hit a 52-week low on Friday after posting an earnThe Dow Jones Industrial Average marked ings miss, but managed to rebound for a 1.1% gain on the sesthe 30th anniversary of its 508-point plunge on Black Mon- sion. That may speak more to the huge volume of stock that
day, Oct. 19, 1987, by closing above the 23,000 mark. For the GE bears have sold short (over $3 billion worth, as colleague
week, the blue-chip average added 456.91 points, an even 2%, Ben Levisohn relates on the Stocks to Watch blog at
to end at 23,328.63.
Barrons.com) than optimism over the turnaround new CEO
Of course, the doughty Dow didn’t do it
John Flannery is tasked with.
alone. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index also
Spurring the overall market’s advance was
ended Friday at a record 2575.21, up 0.86% for
optimism on two policy fronts, fiscal and moneGetting a win
the week. Even more impressive is that its
tary. On the former, the Senate on Thursday
on taxes means more passed a budget resolution that seemed to pave
winning streak has come with hardly a stumble. Through Thursday, the S&P 500 tied its
the way for debate on tax legislation to begin
to the GOP than
longest streak without a 3% decline, gaining
more quickly than expected. The budget opens
22.9% since last Nov. 7, according to the tally any doctrinaire policy the way for $1.5 trillion in tax reductions over
tweeted by Charlie Bilello of Pension Partners.
the next decade with a simple 51-vote majority
stances.
That matched the length of the 241-day run
in the Senate, and may not require a conference
from Jan. 26, 1995, to Jan. 9, 1996, which still
committee with the House of Representatives.
topped the size of the current skein with a 30.4% advance. Bottom line from the legislative arcana: There’s a chance of a
But, as the philosopher Yogi Berra would remind us, the cur- bill getting passed, if not by year end, then by early 2018.
rent run ain’t over till it’s over.
There also seems to be some greater flexibility in discusWhile records are being set for various stock market sions over the tax package. House Speaker Paul Ryan was
indexes in the U.S. and abroad in this global rally, the Dow also talking about adding a fourth tax bracket for high earners.
has benefited from some peculiarities of its own. Unlike most That might provide revenues to pay for maintaining the state
stock market measures, which typically are weighted by their and local tax deduction, a highly contentious issue that could
component stocks’ market capitalization, the DJIA is weighted cost Republican votes in high-tax states. The higher top tax
according to its 30 constituent companies’ share price.
bracket, and keeping the state and local deduction originally,
Of course, nobody would put together an index that way had been declared nonstarters. But going into the 2018 midtoday, but that was the state of the art in the late 19th cen- term elections, getting a win on taxes is more important to
tury, when Charles Dow designed his eponymous average. the GOP after failing on health-care reform than any doctriWhat the Dow lacks in statistical rigor, it more than makes naire policy stances.
up for in historical continuity and familiarity.
It’s also wrong to expect either a major tax overhaul or
That said, the Dow has benefited from the biggest win- nothing, according to Strategas Research Partners’ Washingners being among the highest-priced stocks, which gives it ton research team, led by Daniel Clifton. “[T]he key to this
a bigger boost, as our resident market maven, Andrew Bary, budget is it still allows Congress to move a significant tax cut
sagely points out. Boeing (ticker: BA) has been the Dow’s if the larger reform fails,” they wrote in a client note on Fritop stock, with a 70% gain so far this year, and also is the day. “This increases the probability of some tax legislation
highest-priced stock in the index, at $264.75. Visa (V) and passing in [the first quarter of] 2018.…We wouldn’t be surMcDonald’s (MCD) are No. 3 and No. 4, respectively, with prised if we see a draft of tax-reform legislation next week.”
roughly 38% year-to-date gains, but Visa’s lower stock price
For the stock market, the proposed corporate tax cut is
($107.55) means its contribution to the Dow is less than two- the centerpiece of any legislation. RBC Capital Markets’
thirds that of Mickey D’s ($166.30).
economists estimate that a reduction in the marginal corpoConversely, General Electric (GE) could be called the rate tax rate to 20%, from an estimated current 27% effecreal dog of the Dow, but I like my pooches too much to do tive rate, would add $10.50 to the S&P 500 companies’ per
that. Luckily, the sole remaining original constituent of the share earnings. Assuming that investors are willing to pay
NE DOESN’T USUALLY MARK THE ANNIVERSARY OF
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Up & Down Wall Street
BARRON’S
continued
19 times forward earnings, such a tax cut
should be worth 200 points on the S&P 500,
they estimate. How much of that was discounted in the week’s market advance is another question.
Further buoying the bulls was specula-
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October 23, 2017
tion that Federal Reserve Gov. Jerome Powell
was the leading candidate to be the next chairman of the central bank. But later on Friday,
President Donald Trump told Fox Business
News that Stanford University economist
John Taylor also was in the running.
Trump added that he hasn’t made a decision. “Most people are saying it’s down to
two: Mr. Taylor, Mr. Powell. I also met with
Janet Yellen, who I like a lot. I really like her
a lot. So, I have three people I’m looking at,
and there are a couple of others,” The Wall
Street Journal reported, based on the FBN
interview.
Wall Street was enthused about Powell’s
chances given that “he’s viewed as a Yellen
clone on monetary policy,” writes Greg
Valliere, chief strategist at Horizon Investments. Trump has previously declared a
preference for “a low-interest-rate policy,”
which the Fed under Yellen has delivered,
even with a total of four quarter-percentage
point increases since lifting its key policy rate
from near zero starting in December 2015.
Yellen’s term as Fed chair runs out early
next year, and most observers had assumed
Trump would want to name his own central
bank head, especially given that Yellen is a
Democrat. She also seemed to endorse financial regulations put in place after the financial crisis that the GOP has sought to
roll back.
Powell has supported Yellen’s policies but
hasn’t been outspoken on monetary policy.
He reportedly has the support of Treasury
Secretary Steven Mnuchin, who is leading
the search for the Fed head. As a Republican
with private-sector experience, says Valliere,
Powell could easily gain Senate approval.
Taylor is favored more by conservatives
for his criticism of the Fed’s easy-money
stance, notably its expansion of the central
bank’s balance sheet to $4.5 trillion. The policy rule formulated by and named for him
would imply substantially higher short-term
interest rates. That would worry Wall Street,
which obviously prefers the accommodative
Fed policies that have helped lift stocks.
The “couple of others” to whom Trump
alluded would be former Fed Gov. Kevin
Warsh, who also has criticized the Fed’s
quantitative easing after departing the central bank, and Gary Cohn, director of the
National Economic Council and the president’s chief economic adviser. Warsh is seen
as a long shot, while Cohn fell out of favor
after criticizing Trump’s failure to condemn
white supremacists at Charlottesville, Va.
FBN quoted a client note from Beacon
Policy Advisors, a Washington research outfit,
which suggested that Trump could chose
Powell as Fed chairman and Taylor as vice
chairman, or vice versa. That could set up a
team of rivals, but Powell and Taylor would
be OK with either outcome, the firm wrote.
None of which is likely to matter much in
the short term. The federal-funds futures
market puts an 83.6% probability on another
quarter-point hike in the key policy rate,
from a range of 1% to 1.25% currently, at the
Dec. 12-13 meeting of the Federal Open
Market Committee. In addition, the Fed is
slated to begin the process of paring its
balance sheet this month.
Even as the Fed begins to trim its holdings of Treasuries and agency mortgagebacked securities (which is discussed in the
Current Yield column, on page M9), the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan
continue to pump liquidity into the global financial system, which sloshes across borders. But the ECB this week may announce
plans to begin to taper its 60 billion euro
($70.7 billion) monthly asset purchases.
Perhaps the biggest change in monetary
policy won’t become apparent until the next
financial crisis. Doug Peebles, AB’s chief
investment officer of fixed income, last week
suggested that the so-called put option provided by central bankers may be ended by
the next Fed leader.
It began in earnest after Black Monday
in 1987, when the Fed under Alan Greenspan
cut rates to arrest the stock market’s collapse. The process was repeated after the
Long Term Capital Management fiasco in
1998 and by Greenspan’s successor, Ben
Bernanke, after the 2008 financial crisis.
Peebles suggests that central bankers
may want to rescind this insurance policy for
the markets, which would really be a profound change from the practice of the past
three decades. email: randall.forsyth@barrons.com
October 23, 2017
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BARRON’S
Streetwise
Tillerson, Cohn—Free to Leave
by Bill Alpert
tive of Exxon Mobil, he agreed to sell a diverse portfolio of investWall Street. Each of those haunts has a theory on why ments—including $49 million of the oil giant’s shares and, interestingly,
smart guys like Rex Tillerson, Gary Cohn, or Steve holdings in such rivals as Chevron, China Petroleum, Royal Dutch
Mnuchin keep playing for the sorry team that is our Shell, and Total. Exxon Mobil also bought back two million shares of
current administration. The question matters to finan- restricted stock from him at their market price of about $165 million.
cial markets—remember the shudder that ran through The proceeds went into an independently managed trust that must
stocks in mid-August, on the false rumor that Cohn avoid Exxon Mobil stock and which gets paid out to Tillerson over 10
was quitting as director of the National Economic Council because of years. A noncompete clause in the trust arrangement forfeits the
President Donald Trump’s vexing remarks about rightmoney to charity if he goes to work for another oil-andwing violence in Charlottesville, Va. This month, Secregas company during that time.
Speculation that
tary of State Tillerson refused to confirm or deny that he
Treasury Secretary Mnuchin agreed to unload more
had called the president a moron. None of these fellows
than $100 million in shares of the bank CIT Group (includWhite House officials ing some held in a family trust) and his half-interest in the
lack job alternatives.
Washington wags suggest these aces are sticking
have a tax reason to investment fund he ran for a decade, Dune Capital Partaround the administration to play their roles under the
ners. As you may recall, a Mnuchin partnership called
stay in Washington
Constitution’s 25th Amendment. That law allows the vice
Ratpac-Dune Entertainment has a piece of 52 existing and
president and a majority of the cabinet to tell the Senate
23 future films produced by Warner Brothers. A separate
is off base.
that “the president is unable to discharge the powers and
financial disclosure values his share of the Warner deal at
duties of his office.” You know…a little funny in the head.
up to $25 million. The disclosure form also indicates that
Without answering the question of Trump’s fitness, I can tell you a Mnuchin trust owns an interest in Untitled III, a 1978 oil painting by
that his advisers aren’t biding time because of that constitutional Willem de Kooning that he values at $5 million to $25 million. Not to be
responsibility. The 25th Amendment has a well-known design flaw. The outdone, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross Jr. values his art collection
president can fire cabinet members before they act up. So financial mar- at more than $50 million. The investment portfolio divested by Chris
kets shouldn’t count on the Constitution to keep Mnuchin in harness as Liddell—the White House strategic initiatives director who served as
Treasury secretary. The Wall Street theory, naturally, is that the cabinet financial chief at General Motors, Microsoft, International Paper, and
members in question are in it for the money.
William Morris Endeavor—runs for more than 35 pages.
The time value of deferring taxes on these considerable sales has
According to this speculative reasoning, Tillerson and Cohn were fed rumors that Tillerson, for one, must remain in office for at least a
nearing the end of illustrious careers at their respective companies, year in order to lock in the tax benefit on the divestments. That would
Exxon Mobil and Goldman Sachs. The conflict-of-interest rules of gov- mean we’re likely to have the benefit of this White House adult superernment service require divestitures, and that allowed them an opportu- visor for some time.
nity to diversify their holdings and defer taxes. A law passed in the
I asked a number of tax and legal experts about this idea. Unfortu1990s postpones the tax bite of such conflict-of-interest sales by allowing nately, they all said that nothing in the ethics and tax rules sets a minnewly appointed officials to reinvest the proceeds of those sales, tax- imum term of service. David Herzig is a law professor at Valparaiso
free, in Treasuries or diversified mutual funds. The capital-gains taxes University who has written about the tax treatment of ethics divestare deferred until the second investments are sold.
ments. “If you’re following the form of the statute,” he says, “I don’t
It’s impossible to put a dollar amount on any benefits—or costs—of know why it wouldn’t apply, even if you worked for just one day.”
these divestments and deferrals, but the cynical analysis is that these
conflict-of-interest changes could be worth tens of millions of dollars to To dispute the tax deferral of an administration short-timer, the
Trump’s wealthy cabinet members. The certificate of divestiture issued Internal Revenue Service would have to show that the official took office
by the Office of Government Ethics to Cohn, after he left his post as just to beat the tax code. The agency would have an uphill fight to make
Goldman’s president to become the president’s economic advisor, lists that case, Herzig says, even if it was the truth. All of the abovea couple of dozen investments that he agreed to sell—including $15 mil- mentioned cabinet members have put in more than a few days’ work.
Financial markets clearly want Trump’s cabinet to stay put. But if
lion worth of the Industrial & Commercial Bank of China and $218 milthe stock market cynically thinks that Cohn et al. are locked in the
lion worth of Goldman stock.
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Index To Companies
Our index lists significant references to companies mentioned in stories and columns, plus Research Reports, and
Corrections & Amplifications. The references are to the first page of the item in which the company is mentioned.
A Acadia Pharmaceuticals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M13
Adobe Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M2
Air France-KLM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M6
Alicorp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Alphabet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22,M3
Amazon.com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19,22,M3
American Airlines Group . . . . . . . . . . . . M3,M5
Antofagasta . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M11
Apple . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24,M7,M12
Ascent Capital Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M13
Aselsan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Atlassian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M2
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B Bank of America . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M10
Barrick Gold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M11
Bayer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Becton Dickinson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Berkshire Hathaway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Bharat Electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Bitcoin Investment Trust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Boeing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,15
Bristol-Myers Squibb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Broadcom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M7
C Cabot Oil & Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Caesars Entertainment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Carvana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Catasys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Ceco Environmental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M13
Celgene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M2
Charles Schwab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
China Rapid Finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Cloudera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
CME Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Consol Energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M13
Consumer Discr Select Sector SPDR . . . . . 25
Corning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Cosmos Pharmaceutical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Covanta Holding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Create SD Holdings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
D Deckers Outdoor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M13
Deere . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Delta Air Lines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M3,M5
Del Taco Restaurants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M2
Deutsche Lufthansa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M6
Dolby Laboratories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M12
DowDuPont . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
E eBay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M14
Eli Lilly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Emerald Expositions Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Exxon Mobil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11,37
H Halliburton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Hasbro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Hershey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
K Kimberly-Clark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Morgan Stanley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
L Las Vegas Sands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
I IBM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24,M2
Immune Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M2
Interactive Brokers Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . M10
International Consolidated Airlines . . . . . . M6
iShares International Select Div . . . . . . . . . . 34
M Marathon Petroleum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Matsumotokiyoshi Holdings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
McDonald’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Medtronic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
MGM Resorts International . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Michael Kors Holdings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Micron Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M7
Microsoft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Monsanto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20,25
N NCS Multistage Holdings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Newmont Mining . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M11
Nike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Nvidia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M7
J Johnson Controls International . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Johnson & Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M12
JPMorgan Chase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M10
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F Facebook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Floor & Decor Holdings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Freeport-McMoRan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
G General Electric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,14,15,M2
General Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Gilead Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Golden Star Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M11
Gold Fields . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M11
Goldman Sachs Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14,M12
Goodyear Tire & Rubber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
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O Ocean Rig . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M13
Oracle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
P Phillips 66 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Pigeon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Praxair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15,20
R Rhythm Pharmaceuticals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M13
Rio Tinto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M11
Rondure New World . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Rondure Overseas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Ruby Tuesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M13
Ryanair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M6
S Samsung Electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M7
SAP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Seagate Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Sears Holdings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M13
SeaSpine Holdings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Sirius XM Holdings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Skechers U.S.A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M2
Southwest Airlines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M12
SPDR Gold Shares . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M11
Spectrum Pharmaceuticals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M2
Starbucks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
T Techology Select Sector SPDR . . . . . . . . . . . 25
TE Connectivity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Tenneco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Tesla . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Thornburg Income Builder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
TIAA-CREF Social Choice Bond . . . . . . . . . 28
U Union Pacific . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
uniQure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M2
United Continental Holdings . . . . . M2,M3,M5
United Technologies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
U.S. Global Jets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M6
V Valero Energy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
VanEck Vectors Gold Miners . . . . . . . . . . . M11
VanEck Vectors Junior Gold Miners . . . . M11
Verona Pharma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Vici Properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
VirnetX Holding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M2
Visa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,15
W Wells Fargo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . M10
Western New England Bancorp . . . . . . . . M13
WH Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
WisdomTree Japan Hedged Equity . . M3,M5
Wynn Resorts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Z Zymeworks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
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Last Week: Review
Dow Indicator
Dow Industrials
23328.63
Auctioning Paul Newman’s Rolex
In the late 1960s, actress Joanne Woodward bought a threecolored Rolex Cosmograph Daytona for her actor husband,
Paul Newman. The chronograph watch was well suited to
Newman’s new hobby of race-car driving. Its retail value: $200.
Next Thursday, the steel, manually wound watch will be
auctioned off by Phillips in New York, and the buyer will almost certainly have to pay millions of dollars for it. There’s
buzz among experts that the watch could set the record for the
highest price paid at auction for a wristwatch. That honor currently belongs to a perpetual calendar Patek Philippe that sold
for $11.1 million last year. Paul Boutros, head of watches in the
Americas for Phillips, is coy when asked whether Newman’s
Rolex could break the record. “We don’t speculate on price,
but the enthusiasm for this watch is comparable to that of the
Patek Philippe,” he says.
The luckiest man in this drama is
James
Cox, a former boyfriend of
Paul Newman’s Rolex
cost $200 in the late
Newman’s daughter Nell. Newman ca’60s. Now a buyer
sually gave the watch to Cox in 1984.
will almost certainly
Now Cox plans to pass a sizable porpay millions for it at
tion of the sale to Nell Newman’s founauction.
dation, which Boutros says could drive
the price higher.
People outside the watch world might wonder whether a
kind of Tulipmania is at work. While the watch has some “exotic” characteristics—including Art Deco-styled numbers on its
subdials that are valued by collectors—timepieces of this vintage usually sell for less than $200,000. Almost all the value
comes from the man who once owned it: Newman, who epitomized mid-20th-century cool. Photos of Newman wearing the
watch helped drive enthusiasm in the 1980s for Daytonas, then
a “dog” in Rolex’s lineup, says Boutros.
—JOHN KIMELMAN
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A Gift of Time and Money
+ 456.91
Dow Global Index
Market Mania
Major equity indexes powered to
new highs, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average surpassing 23,000.
But there are cautionary signs.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin
said the stock market would probably see its gains wiped out if Congress fails to approve tax reform.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 index is
trading at a forward 12-month earnings multiple of 18.7, a 15-year high.
And investors pulled $36 billion out
of U.S. stock mutual and exchangetraded funds in the third quarter.
On the week, the DJIA closed up
2%, at 23,328.63; the S&P’s 500 index, up 0.86%, at 2575.21; and the
Nasdaq, up 0.35%, at 6629.05.
383.75
+ 0.63
10-Year Treasury Bonds
He Said:
“The great
rejuvenation of
the Chinese nation
is no walk in the
park…The whole
party must be
prepared to make
ever more difficult
and harder efforts.”
Chinese President Xi Jinping
at the 19th National Congress
Budget Advances
The Senate approved a fiscal 2018
budget resolution backed by House
GOP leaders, opening the way for a
deal on tax reform. President Donald Trump first backed, and then
backed away from, a bipartisan plan
that would preserve payments made
to insurance companies to offset
consumers’ expenses.
2.38 + 0.10
also said federal agents had proof
that Russian nuclear officials had
routed millions of dollars to the
U.S. to benefit former President
Bill Clinton’s charitable foundation
when his wife was secretary of
state and served on a body that
recommended approving the uranium deal with Moscow. Spokesmen
for Hillary Clinton and former
Attorney General Eric Holder
didn’t return calls for comment.
Worries Over North Korea
North Korea warned a nuclear war
“may break out at any moment.”
CIA Director Mike Pompeo said the
rogue state is probably “just
months away” from being able to
strike the U.S. with a nuclear missile, and he’s “deeply worried.”
GE Slashes Forecasts
General Electric’s stock fell as it
slashed forecasts for 2017, with the
new CEO saying he wanted to exit
more than $20 billion of businesses.
Faber Quits Board
company CEOs who plan to hire
Veteran investor Marc Faber quit
the board of money manager Sprott
after he said in his newsletter that
“the U.S. would look like Zimbabwe”
if it had been settled by blacks
instead of whites. In an email to
Bloomberg, the former Barron’s
Roundtable member said, “If stating some historical facts makes me
a racist, then I suppose that I am
a racist.”
Questions on Uranium
34%: those who are planning
In Brief
Before the Obama administration
approved a controversial deal in
2010 giving Moscow control of a
large swath of uranium, the FBI
had assembled evidence that Russian nuclear industry officials used
bribery and other methods to boost
Vladimir Putin’s atomic energy
business in the U.S., according to a
report by The Hill. The publication
to increase their IT budgets
A Balm for Gilead
The FDA approved another breakthrough cancer drug using gene
therapy produced by Gilead Sciences’ recently purchased unit, Kite
Pharma. The drug, Yescarta, was
approved for adults with aggressive
forms of blood cancer.
The Numbers
PricewaterhouseCoopers found
optimism among privatecompany executives in its third
quarter Trendsetter Barometer
survey:
50%: share of private-
67%: share who were concerned about potential legislative/regulatory barriers to growth
7.2%: average revenue
growth for the next year projected by the panelists
Goldman Sachs Group and
Morgan Stanley had higher profit.
A U.S. judge in Hawaii ruled
against Trump’s new travel ban.
American Express CEO Kenneth
Chenault will step down. Stephen
Squeri will succeed him.
Billionaire investor George Soros
transferred nearly $18 billion to his
charitable vehicle.
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A Billionaire’s Bet
Friday 27: Advance GDP growth for the third
quarter is expected to hit 2.9%.
Monday 23
holds an oversight hearing on Puerto
Rico’s recovery.
IPO lockup restrictions expire on
Catasys.
Halliburton, Hasbro, Kimberly-Clark,
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and Seagate Technology hold earnings conference calls.
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien
Loong meets President Donald Trump
at the White House.
Tuesday 24
The deadline for shareholders to tender their Praxair shares to German
company Linde in its merger plan.
Lockup restrictions expire on Floor &
Decor Holdings and Verona Pharma.
Wednesday 25
Durable-goods orders for September
are seen rising 1%. Also on tap, newhome sales.
Lockup restrictions expire on Cloud-
era, Carvana, China Rapid Finance,
Emerald Expositions Events, NCS
Multistage Holdings, and Zymeworks.
Boeing, Freeport-McMoRan, Sirius
XM Holdings, and Visa host earnings
conference calls.
General Electric hosts a Minds +
United Technologies are among companies hosting earnings calls.
Russian President Vladimir Putin meets
The Committee on Natural Resources
with Germany’s president.
Machines conference.
on president Trump’s Iran decision.
The Joint Economic Committee meets.
Consensus
Estimate
M
Kimberly-Clark (3Q)
T
AT&T (3Q)
McDonalds (3Q)
Eli Lilly (3Q)
Year
Ago
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson visits
India.
$1.54 $1.52
0.75
1.77
1.03
0.74
1.62
0.88
More Earnings on Page M36
BP Midstream Partners is set to price
42.5 million shares at an average of
$20 each. National Vision Holdings
prices 15.8 million shares at an average
of $19 apiece.
F
Time
Consensus Est
8:30
10:00
September Durable Goods Orders
September New Home Sales
8:30
10:00
Q3 GDP - a
October Michigan Sentiment - f
to decide on some aspects of its stimulus withdrawal. President Mario
Draghi gives a news conference after
the meeting on interest rates.
Tesla is expected to unveil and test ride
its Semi truck.
The Silver Institute industrial confer-
ence begins in Washington.
Bristol-Myers Squibb, CME Group, and
Hershey host earnings calls.
SeaSpine Holdings holds a meeting
with analysts and investors.
The deadline for prototypes on eight
possible versions of Trump’s border
wall.
visits Israel and the Palestinian
territories.
Friday 27
The advance report on GDP for the
third quarter is released. Look for
top-line growth to come in at 2.9%,
says RBC Capital Markets. It sees the
consumer expanding 2%, and a sharp
inventory swing contributing a sizable
amount to the sequential change.
Goodyear Tire & Rubber, Covanta
Consensus Estimate
Day
W
The European Central Bank is expected
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin
A House panel examines next steps
Coming Earnings
Thursday 26
Nexa Resources prices 31 million shares
at an average of $19.50 each.
Nike holds an investor day.
Corning, Eli Lilly, General Motors, and
Day
An Early Call on Gold
Last Period
1.1%
552,500
2.0%
560,000
2.5%
101.0
3.1%
101.1
Unless otherwise indicated, times are Eastern. a-Advanced; f-Final; p-Preliminary; r-Revised
Source: FactSet
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Holding, and Tenneco host earnings
conference calls.
S&P reviews Italy’s credit rating.
Synergy Global Forum begins in
New York, with speakers like former
General Electric CEO Jack Welch.
Treasury Auctions: Page M35
Even as the stock market continues to make new
highs, there are voices of caution that see opportunity
elsewhere, namely in gold.
Looking at equities, “You have to suspend your disbelief in the state of the world because of the massive
debt that’s been accumulated,” says Thomas Kaplan,
the billionaire chairman of investment fund Electrum
Group. Kaplan, whose early call on oil’s rise made him
a fortune on the sale of Leor Energy to Encana in
2007, addressed investors at the Octavian Forum, a conference organized by former hedge fund manager Richard Hurowitz, publisher of the Octavian Report—an
eclectic quarterly on finance, the arts, and geopolitics.
Investors will make money on gold even if the world
is doing well, but “won’t get carried out on a stretcher
if any of the black swans show themselves,” says Kaplan, who admittedly has a dog in the fight as the chairman of Novagold Resources.
Although Kaplan isn’t currently
buying gold, and says it’s
Billionaire investor
not inconceivable that gold,
Thomas Kaplan
whose futures price is up 11%
thinks that gold’s
this year and was recently
equilibrium level
could be as high
trading at $1,277.40 an ounce,
as $5,000 an ounce.
could fall to the $900s, he
believes that gold “represents
the best risk/reward ratio of any asset class today.”
Indeed, Kaplan thinks that, given the parlous state
of gold exploration and reserves, the normative supply/
demand equilibrium level of gold is $3,000 to $5,000 an
ounce. His rule of thumb is that if you regard gold as
a currency, 20% of an investor’s cash should be in gold.
Says Kaplan: “At the very least, gold should represent
5% of an investment portfolio.”
Shining
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last week that it has answered the banking industry’s existential questions
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The firm’s strategy shift is
other Wall Street firm. Its Morgan Stanley
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starting to pay off.
decision to emphasize cer- (MS
Weekly close on Oct. 19
tain businesses—wealth
$50
and asset management—
times, still well below the overall
40
and de-emphasize others—
market’s 18 times, Morgan Stan30 ley stock could hit $60 in the
riskier stock and bond
trading—has made the
next year, a 20% rise.
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’13 ’14 ’15 ’16 ’17
The proof was evident in
fees, Morgan Stanley has solidiSource: Bloomberg
its latest earnings report.
fied its role serving clients
With $5.5 billion in net income this whose complicated portfolios don’t easily
year through September, the bank is fit into a cut-rate exchange-traded fund.
having its best year since 2006. But un- Just 1% of Morgan Stanley’s assets are
like those days, Morgan Stanley (ticker: held by customers with less than $100,000
MS) has dramatically reduced its lever- invested. Almost half comes from clients
age and tied its fortunes to a well-heeled with $10 million or more, who want an
client base that is willing to pay up for army of advisors who give them access to
sophisticated advice.
unique investments.
“What investors are buying into now
Morgan Stanley also has been lending
is a very well understood business model, out more of its deposits to clients and
half of which is highly predictable and gathering a steady stream of income on
will outperform in the bad markets, and those loans. Its lending balance has risen
half of which is the traditional securities to about $80 billion—around half the
business, which obviously does well in bank’s deposits—from just $39 billion at
the good markets,” CEO James Gorman the end of 2013.
told Barron’s.
That’s paid off. Interest income in the
When we featured Morgan Stanley in wealth management division has risen
a cover story a little over three years from $1.9 billion in 2013 to $3.5 billion last
ago (“Morgan Stanley’s Makeover,” June year, and could top $4 billion this year.
7, 2014), Gorman had formulated this
The firm hasn’t abandoned investment
strategy but hadn’t finished putting it in banking and trading even as it’s reduced
place. The bank was still integrating its its dependence on those volatile units. It’s
Smith Barney acquisition and dealing advised on a higher value of mergers and
with the hangover from the mortgage acquisitions than any other bank this
meltdown. Since then, it’s doubled earn- year. And its slimmed-down fixed-income
ings per share and vastly expanded its trading desk has topped that of Goldman
wealth management business, increasing Sachs Group (GS) the past two quarters.
the assets it manages for a fee to over $1
Still, Gorman says that the next real
trillion from about $700 billion at the test will be a recession, when trading and
time. Shares are up 60% to a recent $50. banking are unlikely to be the firm’s enThe stock now trades at 12.5 times gine: “The test of these firms is how you
next year’s earnings estimates of just do in a tough environment....Our business
over $4. Even at a modest multiple of 15 will be very resilient.”
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October 23, 2017
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Shares of the handbag maker, which is changing its name to Tapestry, look
undervalued as its growth strategy starts to pay off. They could rise more than 25%.
By Any Name, Coach Stock Looks Like a Buy
by Emily Bary
Coach’s Selena Grace bag
lists for $395.
In the Bag
Coach has bought two other brands—Kate Spade and Stuart
Weitzman—in its quest to extend its franchise.
Courtesy of Coach
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COACH, THE STORIED HANDBAG MAKER, ANNOUNCED THIS
Company / Ticker
Recent
Price
YTD
Chg
2018E
EPS
2019E
EPS
2019E
P/E
Coach / COH1
$39.47
13%
$2.37
$2.68
14.7
Michael Kors
Holdings / KORS2
LVMH / MC.France3
Vera Bradley / VRA4
48.84
14
3.72
3.82
12.8
€237.25
31
€9.72
€10.74
22.1
$7.68
–34
$0.47
$0.52
14.8
E=Estimate 1-Fiscal year ends June 2-Fiscal year ends March 3-Estimates are for the years
ending December 2017 and 2018 4-Fiscal year ends January
Source: FactSet
month that it would be changing its name to Tapestry on
Oct. 31. The move reflects its push to become a collection
of brands following its purchases of shoemaker Stuart
Weitzman in 2015 and Kate Spade this past July.
The corporate name isn’t the only thing that’s changing.
After years of declining sales and missed forecasts, Coach
(ticker: COH, set to change to TPR) is finally on the right
path to growth. Recent acquisitions and brand-loyalty
initiatives should help the company maintain its market
share in a crowded field, and in the next 12 months the
shares could return nearly 30%, including dividends.
The retail world is grappling with Amazon.com
(AMZN) and increasing pressure to discount
prices, but Coach is playing a different game.
“We’re a brand, not a retail channel,” CEO Victor Luis told Barron’s.
Coach began in 1941 as a family-owned factory making leather goods, and became an aspirational luxury brand by selling colorful handbags at department stores. Nowadays, it
operates some 1,000 stores worldwide, including
full-price stores, discount outlets, and shops
within department stores. Its combined brands
generate 38% of sales abroad.
Luis led Coach’s Asian expansion before
assuming the CEO role in 2014, taking over
for longtime leader Lew Frankfort, who built
the business into a global brand. By the time
Luis took the reins, Coach had become too reliant on discounting, diluting the brand’s image.
The company has since closed underperforming
stores, reduced online discounts, and brought in a
new designer to give its bags a more fashionable look.
The efforts seem to be paying off. Growth in North
American same-store sales has been positive for the past
five quarters, coming in at 4% in the most recent period.
Customers once again are willing to pay up for Coach’s
products. In the June quarter, the brand generated 45% of
its handbag sales from products that cost $400 or more, up
from up from 21% in 2014. And a new partnership with actress Selena Gomez—who has the most followers of any
personality on Instagram—is generating buzz for the
Coach brand among a younger crowd.
“Investments in product, marketing, and store experience have helped to differentiate Coach amid a crowded
and promotional landscape,” says Baird analyst Mark
Altschwager, who rates the shares Outperform.
The stock, though, hasn’t caught up. Shares are down
30% since Luis took over in January 2014, due to Amazon’s
onslaught, woes at department stores, and competition
from companies like Michael Kors Holdings (KORS) that
discount more heavily. The stock now trades at about $40,
just 16 times projected earnings per share for the next 12
months, below the company’s five-year average. Excluding
net cash on its balance sheet, shares are even cheaper,
trading at only 14.5 times EPS. The stock yields 3.4%.
Shares should head higher from here, as the Kate
Spade acquisition presents another chance for earnings
growth. “The company has had so much success in transforming the Coach brand, and they have the opportunity
to grow the Kate brand, as well,” says Bernstein analyst
Jamie Merriman, who rates the stock Outperform. Coach
plans to follow a similar playbook with Kate, reducing the
brand’s reliance on online flash
sales. Merriman says Coach
Coach (COH - NYSE)
Weekly close on Oct. 19
shares could rise more than
$65
25%, to $51, over the next year.
Analysts see the Kate acqui55
sition boosting Coach’s pro
forma sales by 31% for the fiscal
45
year ending in June 2018, to
$5.9 billion. The deal should help
35
Coach boost EPS by 10%, to
25
$2.37, in the current fiscal year,
and 13%, to $2.68, the year after, 2013 ’15
’17
Source: Bloomberg
according to the consensus view.
Coach is an expert in sourcing materials for its bags—a skill Kate could use. In Kate’s
last-reported quarter before the deal closed, it had gross
margins of 63%, versus 71% for Coach. The hope is that
Kate will narrow the gap.
Management expects $30 million to $35 million in synergies for the current year and projects they will grow to
$50 million by 2020. That number includes savings on administrative and procurement costs. Merriman says
Coach’s estimates could prove conservative once Kate is
put onto Coach’s new information-technology system.
Growth in the North American handbag market has
flattened, but the category is expanding in Asia, where
Kate doesn’t have the same presence as Coach. “Over time,
expect them to leverage a lot of that infrastructure as they
roll Kate Spade out, particularly in Asia,” says KeyBanc
Capital Markets analyst Ed Yruma. “We think Kate’s color,
geometric shapes, and whimsy speak well in Asia.”
One reason that Coach bought Kate was to gain more
exposure to a younger customer base. Despite the fact that
Coach and Kate both make handbags, the two brands
serve a different clientele. Kate’s bright, youthful designs
cater to an even more aspirational customer than Coach’s
bags do—60% of Kate shoppers are millennials. Management estimates only a 10% overlap between the brands’
respective customer bases.
Coach was the subject of much online ridicule after
announcing the Tapestry name change, but those who stick
with the company as it transforms to a brand house may
get the last laugh. 20
BARRON’S
October 23, 2017
Shares of the world’s largest chemical company look likely to return as much
as 30% over the next year, including dividends, under CEO Edward Breen.
DowDuPont: Buy It Ahead of the Breakup
by Jack Hough
A sampling
“Breen tends to underpromise and overdeliver,” says John
of DowDuPont Maloney, chief executive at M&R Capital Management,
birthday-party ice sculpture of
products. which oversees $525 million, mostly for individuals, famiMichelangelo’s David urinating
vodka? That was Dennis Kolies, and estates. Maloney held Tyco shares
zlowski, who nearly ran Tyco Inunder Breen and now expects to
ternational into the ground.
profit with DowDuPont, especially
The story has a happy ending,
given what he calls Breen’s knack
not so much for Kozlowski—who
for making good investments. “You
did eight years in prison for grand
want a CEO who will feed the flowlarceny, conspiracy, and fraud—but
ers and starve the weeds,” he says.
for investors who bet on his succes“I don’t think the revenue upside is
sor. Edward Breen stabilized,
factored in by anyone.”
slimmed down, and split up Tyco durThe math on falling costs, meaning the decade ended 2012, and made
while, bodes well for patient sharea return of over 700% for shareholders
holders. DowDuPont could spend
in the process. (He also earned, fair
$3.5 billion to make the changes necesand square, an exit package worth
sary to secure that $3 billion a year
more than Kozlowski had looted.)
in savings, according to JPMorgan
Tyco Tamer
DowDuPont (DWDP - NYSE)
Key Data
Breen’s past success is newly
analyst Jeffrey Zekauskas. It is likely
CEO Edward Breen Weekly close on Oct. 19
relevant, because today he heads
to bear the last of these costs before
$71.12
$75 Recent Price
delivered a return of
the world’s largest chemical comthe end of 2019. That means free
Market Value (bil)
$166.2
more than 700% by
70
pany, DowDuPont (ticker: DWDP),
cash flow will be understated at first
breaking
up
Tyco
2018E Revenue (bil)
$82.2
which was formed by an August
and swell thereafter. Zekauskas preInternational. Now at
65
merger. DowDuPont is no Tyco—it
dicts $4.10 a share in free cash next
2018E
Earnings
(bil)
$9.6
the helm of DowDuPont,
60
needs restructuring, not resuscitayear and $5.55 in 2019.
he has announced a
$4.10
2018E EPS
tion—so Breen is unlikely to deliver
That gives shares, recently $71, a
plan to slash costs and
55 2018E P/E
17
anything close to his past returns. split the company into materials, specialty
free cash yield of 7.8% based on the
2.6%
50 Dividend Yield
Even so, the shares look likely to products, and agricultural businesses. Free
2019 forecast. The average Standard
E=Estimate
Source: Bloomberg
2017
Source: FactSet
return a healthy 15% to 30% over cash flow should swell after next year.
& Poor’s 500 company has a free cash
the next year, including dividends.
yield of about 5%. A rise in the stock
One similarity between the two companies is that medical-products company that’s now part of Medtronic price to Zekauskas’ price target of $80 over the next year
DowDuPont is, just as Tyco was back then, the product (MDT); an electronics maker now called TE Connectivity would put the 2019 free cash yield at a still-attractive 6.9%.
of decades of rampant deal making. There are plenty of (TEL); and ADT, which was bought last year by Apollo That would work out to a 15% return, including dividends.
examples of companies that have bought their way to Global Management and merged into security concern ProHowever, the pending breakup, which DowDuPont
prosperity, but these are the exceptions, not the rule. Ac- tection One. (The rest of Tyco is now Johnson Controls expects to complete within 18 months, makes things more
ademics who have studied the matter have found that, on International [JCI] after a reverse merger last year.)
interesting. Investors tend to demand high free cash
average, acquisitions tend to beget subpar returns, and
yields from commodity companies, like the materials porBreen comes to DowDuPont via DuPont, where he tion of DowDuPont, but are willing to settle for lower
spinoffs, handsome ones.
That makes intuitive sense. Managers who do big was named CEO two years ago and had been cutting yields on specialty and agricultural products, given the
takeovers tout the synergies they will unlock, but some costs. The combined company has announced a plan to high margins of the former and the scarcity value of the
have a hidden motivation: the desire to run larger compa- split into three separately traded businesses.
latter. For example, specialty player Praxair (PX) has a
The materials-science division will include packaging, forward free cash yield below 4%, and seed giant
nies. Those who do spinoffs shrink their empires. Presumably, they have solid financial reasons for doing so. industrial and infrastructure products, coatings, and Monsanto (MON)—which has agreed to a buyout by
At Tyco, Breen started with a massive debt load and a more. Yearly sales there are pegged at about $40 billion Bayer (BAYN.Germany)—is under 5%. Putting Dowshattered stock valuation. He slashed costs and used some and profit margin, over 20%, based on operating Ebitda, DuPont at a blended 6% free cash yield in a year results
of the money to pay down debt, while investing some in or earnings from continuing operations before interest, in a share price of $92, notes Zekauskas. That works out
growth projects. He also left a trail of spinoffs. There’s a taxes, depreciation, and amortization. Specialty products, to a gain of 30%, plus the 2.6% dividend yield.
including ones for the electronics, medical, oil and drug
Those aren’t post-Kozlowski Tyco returns, but then,
industries, are expected to bring in sales of $21 billion DowDuPont comes with a drama-free balance sheet. If
The Bottom Line
with a 25% margin. And agricultural products, including anything, analysts complain that the company owes too
seeds and weed- and bug-killers, will bring in about little. If it wanted to come up to a more typical leverage
If DowDuPont can cut $3 billion from its yearly costs—and
$14 billion in sales, with margins over 15%.
ratio, it could raise $20 billion. That’s 12% of its stock
attract a higher valuation by splitting into three parts—the
DowDuPont says it can cut $3 billion from yearly costs market value—enough for a big stock buyback or a doozy
stock stands to return 15% to 30% over the next year.
and add $1 billion to revenues by combining sales efforts. of a dividend. Clockwise from top left: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg; Courtesy of DowDupont (3)
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After a disastrous 2008 LBO, Caesars Entertainment
has cleaned up its act and looks ready to grow again.
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Return to the Game
by Andrew Bary
A STRONGER AND SIMPLIFIED CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT IS
upgrading its Las Vegas properties while eyeing domestic
acquisitions and development outside the U.S., after its
largest operating unit emerged from a contentious and
expensive bankruptcy dubbed “Godzilla vs. Godzilla”
because of the power players involved.
Caesars (ticker: CZR) is the largest U.S.-focused gambling company, and No. 2 behind MGM Resorts International (MGM) in the country’s largest market, Las Vegas,
where it operates nine hotel/casinos, including Caesars
Palace, and generates about 60% of its cash flow. Caesars
has 26 properties elsewhere in regional U.S. markets like
Atlantic City, N.J.; Tunica, Miss.; and Bossier City, La.,
that are less attractive than Vegas. Caesars’ properties
include the Harrah’s, Horseshoe, and Bally’s names.
Wall Street has warmed to the Caesars story this year
in a strong market for casino operators. The company’s
shares are up more than 40%, to about $12, although
down about 10% from a recent peak of $13.55.
“Caesars has a quality, value-creating management
team and several factors that could push the stock higher
in the next two years,” says Jeff Lignelli, a CEO and
portfolio manager at Incline Global Management, a New
York investment firm that holds the shares. Caesars is
headed by Mark Frissora, a former CEO of Hertz.
The Bottom Line
With a bankruptcy filing settled, Caesars’ shares at
$12 have surged this year. The U.S.-centric gambling
giant could hit $18, up 50%, in the next 18 months.
Caesars Palace, left, is
the company’s flagship.
a client note last week, Nomura/Instinet analyst Harry
Curtis wrote that management of MGM, the operator of
the Mandalay Bay hotel/casino, has seen “little, if any,
impact on group demand.”
“It’s pretty impressive what Caesars accomplished in
the past few years, given its difficult corporate situation,”
says Chad Beynon, a Macquarie analyst with an Outperform rating and a $16 price target. Caesars’ adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization
has increased by about $700 million, to $2.18 billion, in the
12 months ending in June, relative to 2014.
Caesars’ share count surged with the Oct. 6 emergence
from bankruptcy of a key unit, Caesars Entertainment
Operating Co., or CEOC. CEOC bondholders got over
half the equity in Caesars, which now has about 860 million outstanding shares. The two firms that took Caesars
private in 2008—Leon Black’s Apollo Global Management
and David Bonderman’s TPG Capital—were diluted in the
settlement, as their stake fell to about 20% from 60%.
The Caesars saga featured some of the most formidable
characters in finance. It began with a leveraged buyout
valued at $31 billion that immediately hit the rocks. The
sponsors worked feverishly to salvage their equity interest
through a series of maneuvers, including asset shuffles in
2013 and 2014 that stirred the ire of CEOC bondholders—
including Paul Singer of Elliott Management and David
Tepper of Appaloosa Management—who
up winning in bankruptcy court.
Better Balance Sheet ended
Caesars
went public in 2012 at $15 a
Caesars’ debt is down sharply after
a key unit emerged from bankruptcy. share and remained unscathed, but
CEOC filed for bankruptcy in early 2015,
Caesars Entertainment
burdened by $18 billion of debt.
(CZR - Nasdaq)
Lignelli ticks off positives: little or no
growth in new Vegas hotel/casinos in the
next two to three years and an ongoing
renovation of Caesars’ Vegas hotel rooms,
which will be only 50% upgraded by year
end. Renovated rooms get higher rates.
$18
Weekly close on Oct. 19
Caesars now has a market value of
Then there is the potential licensing of
$10.4 billion, with revenue of $8.4 billion
Caesars’ industry-leading Total Rewards
expected this year. It could be included in
loyalty program, with over 50 million
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the Standard & Poor’s 500 index in the
members, to casinos operated by Native
next year or two. Caesars’ sizable debt
American tribes and internationally.
and capitalized leases totaling about
He sees the stock hitting $18 in 18
8
$13 billion look manageable, and the
months. Most analysts covering Caesars
company has generated most of its Las
have price targets around $15, or 20%
Vegas revenue growth in the past decade
above the current price.
3
from rooms, food, and entertainment,
Caesars’ Chief Financial Officer Eric
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rather than gambling.
Hession says that with $2 billion in cash, 2015
The Caesars story hinges on two facthe company may make regional acquisi- Key Data
tors: growth in cash flow and the multitions. It may also license Caesars name Recent Price
$12.05
ple. The company focuses on a cash flow
internationally and potentially add conven- YTD Change
41.8%
measure called Ebitdar that adjusts
tion capacity in Las Vegas, a move critical
Market Value (bil)
$10.4
Ebitda for rent payments made to the
to luring midweek group business. Caesars
$11.5
Vici Properties real estate investment
is expected to seek the right to build in Net Debt (bil)
$2.2
trust (VCCP) that owns a group of CaeJapan. The company’s financial troubles in 2017 EBITDAR (bil)
sars’ properties. Caesars made Ebitdar
the wake of its 2008 leveraged buyout 2018 EBITDAR (bil)
$2.4
projections in a March filing calling for
hindered growth outside the U.S. and Ent Value / EBITDAR*
9
$2.21 billion this year, $2.37 billion in 2018,
contributed to missing out on lucrative *2018 estimate
Sources: Bloomberg;
Caesars Entertainment
and $2.49 billion in 2019, a 6% growth rate
development in Macau, where rivals Wynn
based on 2% to 3% annual revenue gains.
Resorts (WYNN) and Las Vegas Sands
Caesars is valued at nine times projected 2018 Ebit(LVS) generate most of their profits.
Caesars is expected to lay out its strategy at an dar, based on its enterprise value (equity market value
analyst conference in New York on Tuesday. The mass plus net debt), a discount to MGM, Las Vegas Sands,
killing at a Las Vegas concert last month isn’t expected and Wynn.
A revived Caesars looks like a winning bet. to have any meaningful effect on visitation to the city. In
Dave Burk/Caesars Entertainment
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COVER STORY
The drivers of the stock market’s huge rally—big tech companies—
face serious regulatory threats. IBM and Microsoft redux?
Breaking UpTech
by Tiernan Ray
Facebook, Amazon.com, and Alphabet deserve a lot of the credit for last week’s record
stock market highs. The three tech titans are among the biggest overall contributors, kicking in two percentage points of
the Standard & Poor’s 500 index’s 16% gain in 2017 and nearly five points of its 44% gain over the past three years. As they
go, so goes the market: It’s estimated that the S&P moves a half a point for every $10 move in Amazon’s $1,000 share price.
respond to U.S. and European regulators, who are starting to swing a heavier hammer to challenge their dominance. Alphabet’s (ticker: GOOGL) Google, for instance, holds 90%
of Europe’s search and mobile operating systems markets, which has
drawn the scrutiny of the European Commission. This
and inquiries from the U.S.’s Federal Trade
Commission have prompted
speculation
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about the breakup of these companies. Former Google Ventures CEO Bill Maris, who
now runs venture-capital firm Section 32,
told a Wall Street Journal tech conference
last week: “It wouldn’t surprise me if the sun
is setting on the golden age of Silicon Valley.” He added that he also wouldn’t be
shocked if regulators tried to break up companies like Google or Facebook because they
have more command of their markets than
AT&T (T) did in its heyday.
More than antitrust issues are in play.
The huge amounts of personal data that
Google, Facebook (FB), and Amazon
(AMZN) are amassing is just as troubling to
some. Facebook, for one, has been sued in
Europe over its transfer of information about
users from Europe to the U.S. A case heading for the U.S. Supreme Court could also
have significant ramifications. Microsoft
(MSFT) is being sued by the U.S. government for refusing to honor a warrant served
to it to reveal a customer’s emails. At issue is
whether a U.S. company must turn over data
even when that data, as in Microsoft’s case,
are stored on servers abroad.
Last week Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.)
joined two Democratic senators to co-sponsor a bill that would force Facebook, Google,
and other internet providers to disclose
who’s buying political ads on their sites, following the recent disclosures that Russians
had purchased ads to influence the 2016
presidential election.
Of course, Facebook, Amazon, and Google
owe most of their stock-market leadership to
their ability to create and supply digital gadgets and services—everything from Amazon’s
Alexa virtual assistant to Google’s Android
software, the top choice in mobile phones.
But the shifts in political and government
sentiment have stirred memories of not just
AT&T, but IBM (IBM) and Microsoft. Both
went through years of antitrust lawsuits that
dragged down their stock prices and distracted management. Neither the companies
nor their shares recovered quickly, as the
charts on the next page suggest.
All this has started to catch Wall Street’s
attention. The European Commission, under
competition watchdog Margrethe Vestager,
fined Google 2.4 billion euros ($2.8 billion) on
allegations that it gives more prominent
placement in search results to its own “comparison shopping” listings versus listings
from rival services. The commission alleged
Google was manipulating the algorithms used
to construct search results. More worrying
was an EC case brought against Google in
2015, with formal charges lodged against it in
spring 2016. The EC asserted that the company has abused its near-monopoly in both
search and mobile operating systems by requiring gadget makers who license Android
to install Google’s search bar as their default
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search mechanism on their devices.
“Of all the cases being brought, this is the
one that most stands out as a concern, and it
has made us less constructive on Alphabet”
as a stock, says RBC Capital internet analyst
Mark Mahaney, using Wall Street’s euphemism for being worried.
Taken
together, these challenges
threaten the stock valuations of the group.
To get an idea of the worst-case scenario,
take a look at two of tech’s dominant players
from previous eras: IBM and Microsoft.
The Department of Justice sued IBM in
1969 under the Sherman Antitrust Act, accusing the company of trying to monopolize
the computer business, specifically by abusing its control of disk drives for mainframes.
That action ended with the DoJ withdrawing
its claims, but it tied up IBM and its management for years. From the time of the suit
in January 1969, when the company boasted
the largest market value in the S&P 500, till
the day it announced it was backing off in
January 1982, IBM stock declined 9.3%, versus a 14% gain in the S&P 500. Worse, IBM
emerged from the suit in a weakened state
to try to lead the personal computer revolution. Ultimately, it lost its dominant tech position to Microsoft, Compaq, and Apple
(AAPL). A winning government case isn’t
necessary to affect a stock’s price.
Microsoft’s collision with the government
occurred in 1998, when the DOJ sued it on
antitrust grounds, accusing Microsoft of
abusing its monopoly in PC operating systems by “tying” its Internet Explorer
browser to Windows. Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor Franklin
Fisher, the chief economic witness for the
government, showed that Microsoft was giving away its Web browser to destroy a competitor, Netscape, which threatened Windows’ dominance. In Microsoft CEO Bill
Gates’ famous phrase, the software giant was
“cutting off [Netscape’s] oxygen.”
The judge, Thomas Penfield Jackson, ordered a breakup of Microsoft, but that was
rejected by an appeals court, in part because
it decided Jackson had violated ethics rules
by meeting with reporters to discuss the
case. The FTC settled with Microsoft in November 2001. Even though the company
avoided the worst fate—a breakup—in the
subsequent nearly 13 years, until the appointment of Satya Nadella as CEO, the
stock rose a meager 18%, versus 62% for the
S&P 500. Microsoft competitors Oracle
(ORCL) and SAP (SAP) saw their shares
nearly triple in the same period.
Coming under fire, from top: Facebook’s
Mark Zuckerberg, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos,
and Alphabet’s Larry Page.
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Like IBM, Microsoft emerged from the
government suit just as the tech world was
changing. Google was founded the year of
the suit, and its Gmail and Android would,
along with Apple’s iPhone—which debuted
six years after the settlement—demolish the
importance of the PC and the Windows operating system.
Amazon, Facebook, and Google all benefit
from the same sort of network effects that
snagged Microsoft. The more people use
Facebook, the more others feel they must
use it, in a self-perpetuating fashion. Ditto
for advertising on Google or selling goods on
Amazon. Wall Street and investors may love
this virtuous cycle, or, as it’s commonly
known, the “flywheel” that keeps expanding
their businesses.
But others, citing Fisher’s work, see exploitation and unfair leverage. They can argue that Amazon sells its Echo home
speaker at roughly break-even prices to
bring in more shoppers. It’s conceivable such
leverage could be interpreted by regulators
as predatory. Another example is Amazon’s
bundling of its Amazon Prime membership,
which offers free shipping and streaming
videos, below Amazon’s cost to provide it.
Google’s use of Android to maintain its
search engine as pre-eminent on mobile devices has been likened to the kind of “tying”
that Microsoft tried with Internet Explorer.
For now, the biggest tech companies
don’t face an immediate threat of being broken up. But just the possibility creates a risk
factor in the stocks. “We expect increased
regulatory scrutiny in the U.S. and EU,
which could create an overhang which hinders prospects for further multiple expansion
for these companies,” wrote Michael Nathanson, an analyst at MoffettNathanson who
covers Alphabet and Facebook.
A regulatory quagmire lasting several
years would not just hold back the stocks’
multiple expansion but could substantially
contract them, as previous challenges did to
Microsoft and IBM. Microsoft’s forward
price/earnings multiple declined from 27 to
14 times between late 2001 and 2014, while
IBM’s trailing P/E declined from 53 to 10
times from 1969 to 1982.
The current tech giants already sport expensive prices. At 124 times next year’s projected earnings, Amazon’s stock has plenty of
room for multiple compression, as they say.
But even Alphabet and Facebook, trading at
25 and 27 times, respectively, are up slightly
from their year-ago multiples of 20 times and
26 times.
Like IBM and Microsoft, the latest titans
run the risk of missing the next big thing.
Tim O’Reilly, chief executive of O’Reilly Media, an influential publisher and futurist who
has had many conversations with Amazon
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CEO Jeff Bezos and Google founders Larry
Page and Sergey Brin, thinks that will be the
symbiosis of human and machine. Human
abilities will be amplified by machines as society comes to better understand how data
affect the real world. From browsers, it’s already progressed to ride-sharing services
from Uber Technologies and Lyft, which in
the future will pilot people anywhere without
a driver. Likewise, agribusiness giant Monsanto (MON) is looking at how weather data
can be used to control robotic farm equipment, putting it on a collision course with its
traditional partner, Deere (DE). Will Facebook, Amazon, and Google, possibly preoccupied by government inquiries, miss the boat?
Given tech’s enormous clout in the markets, even a relatively small decline would affect millions of investors. The stocks dominate both active portfolios and passive ones
like exchange-traded funds Techology Select Sector SPDR (XLK), which includes
Facebook and Google, or Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR (XLY), which
includes Amazon. Howard Silverblatt of S&P
Dow Jones Indices notes that Apple, which
hasn’t been a focus of the government inquiries, is the biggest component of the marketweighted S&P 500, at 7.8%. Facebook is No.
2, at 4.7%, Amazon is fourth at 3.4%, and Alphabet’s A and C classes of stock combined
rank as fifth and sixth, with a combined 4%.
sexist emails circulating at Google about female engineers.
The companies, instead, could be helping
the public understand the complexity of their
businesses and why things like leveraging a
logistics business to lure third-party sellers
is justifiable.
“We are at this moment in time, this
Facebook moment, when everybody’s talking
about these things, and it could be a teachable moment,” says O’Reilly. He thinks the
companies need to communicate the economic
inputs and outputs of the internet business
model, things such as stock options that are
a super-currency with which they have financial leverage, but also how many ancillary
jobs they create by enabling commerce.
The internet giants could help in shaping
enlightened reforms, suggests O’Reilly. New
financial statements could be formulated with
the help of the Financial Accounting Standards Board, he says, and stock compensation, one of the worst aspects of Silicon Valley, could be reformed. “They’re aware, but
they just don’t get” the need for dialogue
with the public, O’Reilly says. “It’s like someone who knows they should quit smoking, but
they just don’t.”
The stakes are large, says O’Reilly. “I
think there’s huge risk in America that we
are going to create a regulatory burden that
is going to mean that our companies are less
competitive in many markets,” he says.
Can Facebook, Google, and Amazon
avoid much tighter regulation or a breakup?
Yes, but they’re going to need to change
their ways. For every mea culpa from Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg about Russian advertising in the 2016
presidential election, there seems to be at
least one utterly tone-deaf incident. That
would include her boss Mark Zuckerberg’s
recent demonstration of his firm’s new virtual-reality gadget by pretending to tour the
devastation of Puerto Rico, a move that
seemed especially insensitive. Other publicrelations low points include Uber founder
Travis Kalanick’s parties in Las Vegas and
If these giants get sideswiped, it could
be because of the fatal flaw in large tech
companies that’s often drawn social ire and
regulation—the will to exploit their dominance. “The biggest thing they’re vulnerable
to is that they work too hard to protect their
existing businesses,” says O’Reilly.
“That’s always where companies get it
wrong—Microsoft got it wrong, IBM before
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DIGITAL INVESTOR
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by Theresa W. Carey
What Options Clients Can Expect From Schwab
compared with the usual position-based
margin calculations for certain strategies,
such as protective puts. Clients who want
to use portfolio margining can call Schwab’s
customer-service line (800-435-9050) and
find out whether it is available to them.
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IT’S FINALLY OFFICIAL: AFTER SIX YEARS IN
the making, all former clients of optionsXpress are now brokerage clients of
Charles Schwab.
The buildup to the changeover has
been going on since midsummer, when optionsXpress clients were sent to a conversion website that was designed to give
them an idea of what to expect. Schwab
login credentials were issued in the second half of September, and customers who
needed to get paperwork refiled for retirement and trust accounts were notified.
The five options-trading approval levels at optionsXpress have been mapped
onto four levels at Schwab, which tweaked
its own approval settings so that all optionsXpress customers can still trade at
the same level.
Former optionsXpress customers were
given access to two versions of Schwab’s
signature trading platform, StreetSmart—
the web-based StreetSmart Central and
the downloadable StreetSmart Edge—as
well as the mobile app, says Cindy
Palumbo, Schwab’s vice president of derivatives client experience.
“Don’t touch my trading experience”:
That’s the message Palumbo says drove
the design of the final integration of optionsXpress into its new parent’s platform.
As of Oct. 9, all former optionsXpress customers were officially Schwab customers.
“There are easier ways to do an integration,” says Barry Metzger, senior vice
president of Schwab’s trading services.
“You can just send them to the new site
and say, in essence, here you go.” But
Metzger says that isn’t what Schwab
wanted to do. “We wanted to keep all of
optionsXpress’ greatest hits,” he says.
Metzger also says they met face to face
with quite a few high-value clients to
make sure they’d be happy with the transition. Most optionsXpress employees
have stayed on, he adds.
Overall, the transition went smoother
than I had expected. Unfortunately, the
first day or two wasn’t smooth sailing.
Quite a few customers reported difficulty
accessing the StreetSmart Central platform, and they complained about long
phone-wait times as well. By the time we
logged into the new site late in the week
of Oct. 9, the platforms were up and run-
The price cuts on stock trades that
Idea Hub, a popular optionsXpress tool, is now built into Schwab’s StreetSmart
Central and StreetSmart Edge multipurpose platforms. The brokerage giant bought
optionsXpress six years ago and has just finished integrating its clients.
ning smoothly. But there were some frustrated customers who complained loudly
on social media.
Once users were able to access the
Schwab site, they found a familiar experience, if a different logo. The optionsXpress
workflows were built into StreetSmart
Central with the same navigation experience, along with Iris, optionsXpress’ messaging feature. Idea Hub, a terrific trading-idea generator that optionsXpress
launched about 10 years ago, is also built
into the various StreetSmart versions.
Ultimately, Schwab customers may
have had more to adjust to than their
optionsXpress counterparts—even though
many optionsXpress features, such as the
All-in-One Trading Ticket, had been introduced on the Schwab side a few years ago.
All customers can also utilize the depth of
research available on the usual Schwab
website; from StreetSmart Central, a new
tab opens on their browser. For those still
stumbling around and trying to figure out
how to use the platforms, there are virtual
tours and live webinars available.
For Schwab customers, one change is
the addition of portfolio margining, which
allows them to borrow money based on the
total risk in their portfolio. This can allow
greater buying power for a customer who
trades derivatives as well as equities, but
on the brokerage side, it requires riskmanagement calculations to be made in
real time.
OptionsXpress had offered portfolio
margining since it was approved by regulators in 2007, but this is a new offering
for Schwab. A new What If calculator—
formerly the Margin Detail Screen at optionsXpress—tracks changes in volatility
that affect your margin balance, and allows you to see the effects of a potential
trade. Portfolio margining requires a minimum equity balance of $100,000.
Portfolio margining takes into account
offsetting derivative holdings when calculating margin requirements. There can be
huge differences in margin requirements
Schwab announced in February for all its
clients—to $4.95 per trade—remain in effect. Options trades are $4.95 base plus 65
cents per contract. OptionsXpress customers get a 0.25% discount on margin loans.
Broker-assisted trades are also just $4.95
for those coming over from optionsXpress;
this is a $25 discount. Certain high-balance
accounts were offered a number of free
trades that are good for the next year.
Among the postconversion differences:
The “group trade” feature, which allowed
a customer to place the same trade in multiple accounts using a single trade ticket,
is no longer available. Clients who want to
exercise an option must call a specialist;
optionsXpress customers used to be able
to do this online. Options symbols are
slightly different, but the change isn’t terribly jarring. Some equity requirements
have increased for spread trading in individual retirement accounts. There’s no
virtual-trading platform on the Schwab
site, as there was at optionsXpress.
There are some customer-service features that are new for optionsXpress customers, such as automated phone service
and brick-and-mortar branch locations.
There’s also a global investing desk for
those interested in direct investment in
overseas markets, as well as a fixedincome desk. Finally, dividend reinvestment can be set up online rather than
through a representative.
Firstrade Securities said in September
that they had cut their commissions significantly, from $4.95 to $2.95 per stock trade.
Per-contract options rates dropped to
$0.50 from $0.65. The firm also offers 12
exchange-traded funds that can be traded
for free. It first dropped its rates, from
$6.95 to $4.95, back in February during the
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Mutual Funds
October 16 through October 20, 2017
Talking With Stephen Liberatore
Lead Portfolio Manager, TIAA-CREF Social Choice Bond
When Virtue Offers
Tangible Rewards
by Reshma Kapadia
Evan Kafka for Barron’s
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Liberatore says socially conscious criteria
lead investors to “the best bond issuers
and the ones least likely to blow up.”
EVERY MONEY MANAGER FEELS THE PRESSURE TO OUTPERFORM. BUT WHEN STEPHEN
Liberatore learned that two nuns’ orders had invested their retirement funds in
the socially responsible strategy he runs at Nuveen, the investment management
arm of TIAA, the former altar boy felt the pressure a bit more intensely.
Liberatore likes knowing his approach at the $1.5 billion fixed-income fund, TIAA-
CREF Social Choice Bond (ticker: TSBRX), gives him a better shot at doing right
by the nuns while also doing good. “By focusing on environmental, social, and governance criteria, it gets you the best bond issuers and the ones least likely to blow up,”
Liberatore says. A portfolio of bonds with the highest ESG scores beat those with the
lowest by about two percentage points from August 2009 to April 2016, and bonds of
issuers with high governance scores saw fewer credit-rating downgrades, according
to Barclays.
So far, so good. Social Choice Bond just hit its five-year anniversary, averaging an
annual return of 3% in that period and now beats 88% of all intermediate-term bond
peers, according to Morningstar. It lost less than peers during downturns and got more
of the market’s upswings. Assets of the overall strategy, which includes the fund, have
tripled since Liberatore became manager in 2004.
Liberatore is equally proud of the impact of the fund’s holdings. Last year, for example, the fund’s investments helped guarantee a total of two million mortgages for affordable housing mortgages and took the equivalent of 6.7 million cars off the road for
one year with the amount of carbon dioxide it offset. Using a socially responsible lens
in fixed income allows investors to have a broader and more direct impact than through
stocks by holding the purse strings to finance projects often inaccessible to equity in-
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vestors, such as wind farms and community
development initiatives, Liberatore says.
The 47-year-old is a passionate advocate
for socially responsible investing, but came
to it later in his career. He grew up in a small
town near the Finger Lakes in upstate New
York, where his aunt introduced him to investing through her job in a stockbroker’s office. After majoring in finance at the State
University of New York at Buffalo and attending business school at Wake Forest University, Liberatore landed his first job at
what was then Signet Bank. As a credit analyst, he learned how to tear up credit and
dissect all the ways it could go wrong that
evaluated the creditworthiness of wealthy individuals and small businesses applying for
loans. He continued that credit analysis
through his career as he managed money for
several insurance companies and then at
TIAA, which he joined in 2004 to run the socially responsible fixed-income strategy.
Now, Liberatore and co-manager Joseph
Higgins draw on a 50-person analyst team to
find the 500 securities owned in the global
core bond fund. Liberatore starts with a
macroeconomic view to construct the portfo-
TIAA-CREF
Social Choice Bond Fund
1-Yr
TSBRX
TOTAL RETURN*
3-Yr
5-Yr
1.5%
Bloomberg Barclays
U.S. Aggregate
0.5
Bond Index
Top Sectors
Corporate Bonds
2.7%
3.0%
2.2
2.1
% of Net
Assets**
25.8%
Foreign Government/Corporate bonds
denominated in USD
17.6
U.S. Agency & U.S. Treasury
16.6
Municipal
12.2
Mortgage-Backed Securities
11.2
TOTAL
83.4
*All returns are as of 10/18/17. 3- and 5-year returns annualized.
**As of 9/30/17.
Sources: TIAA; Morningstar
lio, including the right average duration and
credit risk. The team then picks from securities across all sectors that rank in the top
half versus peers on environmental, social,
and governmental, or ESG, criteria.
One differentiating feature of the fund is
its hefty allocation to impact investments,
which account for 44% of assets. These differ
from typical ESG investments in that they
provide a direct and measurable impact on
social and environmental good, such as financing for solar plants or affordable housing. ESG, by contrast, may not have the
same direct impact, but includes companies
like railroads that are greener modes of
transportation, or Becton Dickinson (BDX),
which ranks higher than some peers in addressing access to health care.
Impact investments often generate a
higher yield than other bonds because they
tend to be complex, esoteric, and sometimes
less liquid, but that’s an opportunity for Liberatore’s team, which does its own credit
analysis and has a dozen traders.
As with most bond funds, the economy
and the Federal Reserve loom large. Liberatore isn’t as sanguine about the risks as some
of his peers. Though business and consumer
sentiment surveys suggest confidence is at
all-time highs, hard data like retail sales and
average hourly earnings paint a less bullish
view. Meanwhile, people are buried under a
staggering amount of auto, student loan, and
mortgage debt. “You have stagnant wage
growth and no savings, while consumer debt
is at an all-time high,” Liberatore says. “The
marginal consumer does not have more to
spend or ability to tap debt.”
As a result, Liberatore doesn’t see rates
rising sharply and therefore favors a larger
proportion of longer-term securities. He also
prefers corporate bonds, taxable municipal
bonds, and asset-backed and commercial
mortgage-backed securities that generate
some yield over Treasury bonds and mortgage-backed securities.
The fund invests in higher-quality bonds
than peers, which means it lags in creditfueled rallies. As bond valuations have risen,
Liberatore has increased that quality bias,
swapping out riskier assets for higher quality ones, including securitized bonds like
those backing 85 Broad, a LEED-certified
building in New York’s financial district that
still generates a 3.8% yield.
Similarly, the fund’s municipal-bond holdings are tilted to highly rated general obligation bonds that back essential services like
water or sewage. The fund’s corporate
bonds, about a third of assets, are of higher
quality and becoming more so. The fund recently sold the unsecured corporate debt of
energy-efficient railroads such as Union Pacific (UNP) and Burlington Northern, which
is now owned by Berkshire Hathaway
(BRK.A), and instead bought secured debt
backed by equipment like railcars and locomotives and offering a higher yield.
Though only a fraction of the fund’s 18%
overseas allocation is in emerging markets,
Liberatore says those investments can have
the biggest impacts. For example, financing
a solar plant in India helps create an alternative to coal, which is widely used there.
That said, every bit helps. “A lot of our issues as a society are economically driven,
which means there can be an economic answer,” Liberatore says. His contribution:
Trying to create a virtuous cycle through
outperformance, which draws more assets to
invest in technology and projects that create
more good in the world. Scoreboard:
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Japan Surges
(U.S. stock funds managed another gain last week, up 0.18% through Thursday, and U.S. bond funds
scraped together a 0.05% return. Japanese stock funds jumped nearly 1%.
U.S. STOCK FUNDS
TOP SECTOR / Japanese Funds
BOTTOM SECTOR / Energy MLP Funds
S&P 500
U.S. BOND FUNDS
Bloomberg Barclays AGG Bond
One Week
Year-to-Date
0.18%
0.96
– 2.91
0.44
0.05
– 0.01
13.8%
22.8
– 8.5
14.4
3.7
2.8
THE WEEK'S TOP 25
Fund
Investment Objective
One Week
Year-to-Date
AlphaCentric Glo Innov I / GNXIX
Fidelity Sel Health Care / FSHCX
Catalyst Macro Strat I / MCXIX
Selective Opportunity / SLCTX
Fidelity Sel Insurance / FSPCX
Invesco Long/Short Eq R6 / LSQSX
Aberdeen Japan Eq Inst / AJEIX
Superfund Mgd Fut Str I / SUPIX
Catalyst Insider L/S A / CIAAX
ICON Financial S / ICFSX
SunAmerica AIG Japan A / SAESX
Rnhrt Mid Cap PMV Adv / RPMVX
Fidelity Japan / FJPNX
Guggenheim LS Eqty P / RYSRX
Gotham Enhanced 500 Inst / GENFX
CGM Tr Realty Fund / CGMRX
Gotham Enhanced Rtn Inst / GENIX
Live Oak Hlth Sci / LOGSX
Rydex DJ Indus Avg H / RYDHX
Gotham Total Return Inst / GTRFX
Morg Stan I Asia Opp I / MSAQX
Gotham Def Long 500 Inst / GDLFX
Gotham Def Long Inst / GDLIX
Federated MDT MC Gr A / FGSAX
Guggenhm Alpha Opp I / SAOIX
Global Large-Cap Growth
Health/Biotech
Alt Global Macro
Global Multi-Cap Core
Financial Services
Alt Long/Short Eq
Japanese
Abs Return
Alt Long/Short Eq
Financial Services
Japanese
Mid-Cap Value
Japanese
Alt Long/Short Eq
Alt Long/Short Eq
Real Estate
Alt Long/Short Eq
Health/Biotech
Large-Cap Core
Alt Long/Short Eq
Pacific Ex Japan
Alt Long/Short Eq
Alt Long/Short Eq
Multi-Cap Growth
Alt Long/Short Eq
6.54%
2.44
2.27
2.19
2.14
2.10
1.70
1.66
1.60
1.60
1.59
1.56
1.52
1.51
1.47
1.45
1.44
1.39
1.39
1.38
1.38
1.37
1.37
1.36
1.35
NA
16.1
16.2
NA
15.0
11.8
18.4
16.7
3.4
13.2
25.1
6.3
23.0
10.0
14.6
21.0
11.8
12.2
18.0
10.6
66.6
13.1
6.4
17.8
4.3
Fund
Investment Objective
One Week
Year-to-Date
Oppenheimer SP MLP Al+ Y / MLPNX
Highland Energy MLP Y / HEFYX
Maingate MLP I / IMLPX
Perkins Discovery / PDFDX
Cntr Coast MLP Foc Inst / CCCNX
ALPS/Alerian MLP Infra I / ALRIX
Fairholme Focused Inc / FOCIX
MainStay Cushing MLP I / CSHZX
Oppenheimer SP MLP Alp Y / MLPOX
Rydex Energy Svcs Inv / RYVIX
Energy MLP Funds
Energy MLP Funds
Energy MLP Funds
Small-Cap Core
Energy MLP Funds
Energy MLP Funds
Flexible Income
Energy MLP Funds
Energy MLP Funds
Natural Resources
– 4.99%
– 4.70
– 3.99
– 3.96
– 3.94
– 3.82
– 3.77
– 3.70
– 3.68
– 3.68
– 13.4%
– 19.2
– 10.9
8.9
– 7.3
– 10.8
– 2.1
– 10.7
– 7.2
– 27.8
THE WEEK'S BOTTOM 10
THE LARGEST 25
Fund
Fidelity Contrafund / FCNTX
Vanguard Wellington Adm / VWENX
American Funds Gro A / AGTHX
American Funds Inc A / AMECX
American Funds CIB A / CAIBX
Dodge & Cox Stock / DODGX
Dodge & Cox Intl Stock / DODFX
American Funds EuPc R6 / RERGX
American Funds ICA A / AIVSX
American Funds Bal A / ABALX
American Funds CWGI A / CWGIX
American Funds Wash A / AWSHX
PIMCO Tot Rtn Inst / PTTRX
Dodge & Cox Income / DODIX
American Funds FInv A / ANCFX
Vanguard PRIMECAP Adm / VPMAX
Met West Total Return I / MWTIX
Franklin Cust Inc A / FKINX
DoubleLine Tot Rtn I / DBLTX
PIMCO Income Inst / PIMIX
Vanguard Sh-Tm Inv Adm / VFSUX
American Funds NPer A / ANWPX
Vanguard Wellesley Adm / VWIAX
T Rowe Price Gro Stk / PRGFX
Vanguard Health Care Adm / VGHAX
Assets
(billions)
Investment Objective
3-Year*
Return
1-Week
Return
$85.6
83.8
82.0
76.8
71.8
68.5
65.7
61.7
61.7
61.1
55.7
55.6
54.7
51.8
51.8
50.6
48.3
46.5
44.5
43.5
41.8
40.5
40.0
39.0
37.9
Large-Cap Growth
Mix Tgt All Gro
Large-Cap Growth
Mix Tgt All Mod
Global Equity Income
Large-Cap Value
Intl Large-Cap Core
Intl Large-Cap Growth
Large-Cap Core
Mix Tgt All Gro
Global Large-Cap Core
Large-Cap Core
Core Plus Bond
Core Bond
Large-Cap Core
Large-Cap Core
Core Plus Bond
Mix Tgt All Mod
US Mortgage
Multi-Sector Inc
Short Inv Grade
Global Large-Cap Growth
Mix Tgt Alloc Con
Large-Cap Growth
GL Health/Biotech
15.2%
9.6
14.4
8.6
6.9
12.9
6.5
10.6
12.0
9.6
9.9
12.4
2.9
3.0
14.2
16.6
2.1
5.7
2.8
6.1
1.9
13.5
7.0
16.8
11.6
0.31%
0.52
0.14
0.04
– 0.05
0.34
– 0.19
0.02
0.51
0.11
– 0.04
0.20
– 0.05
0.07
– 0.05
0.73
0.03
0
0
0.18
0.03
0.07
0.05
– 0.07
0.31
*Annualized 10/16/2014 to 10/19/2017. Through Thursday.
YTD
Return
26.9%
11.1
19.9
10.8
12.3
12.4
22.8
28.8
14.6
11.4
20.3
14.2
5.1
4.1
17.0
24.0
3.2
8.0
3.7
7.7
2.3
26.0
7.8
28.8
20.2
Source: Lipper
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BARRON’S
Fund of Information
Why Market Skew Favors the Few
by Lewis Braham
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THE LAST THING MUTUAL FUND MANAGERS NEED IS MORE BAD
Equal-weighting
portfolios can increase
your exposure to the
handful of stocks
that drive market
performance.
news. For decades, academic studies have shown how difficult it is for actively managed equity mutual funds to beat
their benchmarks because of fees. Then, this year, two new
studies revealed that beating the market is even more challenging than researchers originally thought.
Both papers address a concept known as skew—the idea
that just a handful of stocks often drive the entire market’s
performance. The more comprehensive of the two—“Do
Stocks Outperform Treasury Bills?” by Arizona State University finance professor Hendrik Bessembinder—has a
sentence that should send a chill down every active manager’s spine: “When stated in terms of lifetime dollar
wealth creation, the entire gain in the U.S. stock market
since 1926 is attributable to the best-performing four percent of listed companies.”
Think about it: If you’re a money manager and don’t hold
any of the four stocks out of a hundred that are about to
surge—or, extrapolating, the 20 stocks in the Standard &
Poor’s 500 index that will do best—you not only will underperformed the stock market but also trail Treasury bills.
That makes finding a needle in a haystack sound easy. “The
normal distribution that shows up very often in statistics is
symmetric,” says Bessembinder. “Half the
Cash Track,
observations are above average, and half are
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below. What I’ve documented is that stock
returns are not symmetrically distributed
but positively skewed. More of the outcomes are below the
mean than above. Among those that are above the mean,
there are some that are way above the mean. That’s what
pulls the mean or average up.”
The skew effect doesn’t mean that active management is
futile. Rather, it has some important implications for the kinds
of active management worth seeking. In particular, it means
that finding a good concentrated fund—one that owns just a
few stocks—is extremely difficult. “Concentration seems like
the holy grail if you believe people can identify the right
stocks,” says J.B. Heaton, a University of Chicago finance
Ph.D. and co-author of “Why Indexing Works,” the other
study. “But if you miss those stocks doing well, you’re
screwed. Just think about the 500 stocks in the S&P 500. How
many combinations of 20 stocks can you pick, especially if you
let their weightings vary? There’s a staggering amount.”
Skew also means that equal-weighting portfolios can make
more sense for active managers than overweighting a favorite
few holdings. That way, your odds increase of having a decent
amount invested in the handful of big winners each year.
In fact, if you equal-weight a lot of stocks, you have an
advantage over the traditional capitalization-weighted
benchmarks, which are top-heavy in the largest companies.
“Equal-weighted portfolios [of the largest 1,000 stocks]
have won against the market by 2% a year over the past 50
years,” says Rob Arnott, chairman of Research Affiliates,
which manages $184 billion based on quantitative strategies
and has published papers on skew and equal weighting.
The reason that equal-weighting works is that it automatically incorporates two factors academics have shown
lead to outperformance. Emphasizing the smallest companies as much as the largest taps into the small-cap effect,
or the historical propensity of small-caps to beat larger
stocks. It also taps into the value factor, as equal-weight
funds automatically sell some of the best-performing stocks
and add to positions in the worst, or cheapest, to maintain
the equal weight.
Ironically, one way for managers of concentrated funds
to win is to trade a lot. “We took 30-stock random portfolios
and reconstituted them once a year, and we found over the
last 50 years that 98% of the time you would beat the market,” says Arnott, who published his results in a 2013 study,
“The Surprising Alpha from Malkiel’s Monkey and UpsideDown Strategies.”
Reconstituting once a year meant that the portfolio was
completely changed to a new set of 30 randomly selected
stocks—a 100% turnover ratio. So returns were driven by
more than 30 stocks collectively over time, even if the portfolio held only 30 stocks at any given moment. “Every five
or 10 years, you’re going to have one of those high-skew
stocks that gives you a really good year,” says Arnott.
That leads to a concentrated portfolio’s outperformance,
though there could be lengthy dry spells until it hits a winner.
The desire to capture positive skew via trading can lead
to excessive transaction costs, so a concentrated manager
must achieve some sort of balance. Arnott notes that turning
over an entire portfolio of 30 stocks each year could generate
trading costs of about 1% of assets annually, something his
study didn’t factor in. By contrast, trading costs for an equalweight portfolio of 1,000 stocks amount to 0.20% to 0.40%
annually, as few stocks ever leave the portfolio, he says.
Another important issue is company size in the portfolio.
“Small-cap stocks are driven way more by skew than large
stocks,” says Bessembinder.
That means concentration can make the most sense for
the largest companies, as their performance tends to be
more predictable and uniform. It makes less sense for
smaller stocks, as only a sliver are big winners. October 23, 2017
October 23, 2017
BARRON’S
ETF Focus
Robos Risk Falling Into Old Traps
by Crystal Kim
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ROBO-ADVISORS SHOW HOW TECHNOLOGY COULD TRANSFORM WEALTH
management. These algorithm-driven portfolios could top $2 trillion
in assets by 2021, from around $100 billion at the end of 2016, by
some estimates. But wielding this powerful technology can be just
as confusing for investors as traditional financial advisors’ marketing.
Take Ellevest, an advisory created by former Citigroup CFO
Sallie Krawchek that aims to use the technology to cater to women.
Start-up Ellevate Financial, or Ellevest, has just $25 million in assets. But the website
is sleek, and the company’s backers—including Venus Williams, former Pimco CEO
Mohamed El-Erian, and onetime Avon Products chief Andrea Jung—are impressive.
“Gender-neutral investing fails women,” says the Ellevest website. Sylvia Kwan,
Ellevest’s chief investment officer, explains that most advisors don’t account for the
gender pay gap and time away from work to raise families. “On the surface we’re
a digital advisor like Betterment or Wealthfront. We use similar low-cost exchangetraded funds,” says Kwan. “But our client experience is different. We engage with
women and build a woman’s salary curve, which isn’t straight up, into our forecast.”
Ellevest is unusual in its approach, but its marketing seems to suffer from some
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of the same shortcomings as traditional advisors and more mainstream robos. The
site claims that “Ellevesting” can turn $25,000 into $126,265 over 40 years. A comparable 60/40 portfolio gets you less than half that, or $61,073. But when you click on
“show me the details,” you’ll see that the Ellevest portfolio and the 60/40 portfolio
aren’t comparable. Ellevest starts with more than 60% of its holdings in stocks (ultimately bringing it down to 56%) and less than 40% in bonds. As a result, it has an
advantage because stocks traditionally have better returns over time.
The comparison is unfair in another way: It’s based on fees of 0.1% to 0.15% for
the underlying investments, and a 0.5% charge for the portfolio management at Ellevest. That looks favorable—and boosts performance—when compared with mutual
fund portfolios with fees of 0.8% to 1.3% and a 1% traditional advisory charge on top.
Traditional advisors can charge 1%, but cheaper robos might offer better comparisons. Charles Schwab’s robo, for example, doesn’t ETF Table,
charge an advisory fee. Betterment’s digital-only fee is 0.25% and Barrons.com
its premium service, which includes an advisor’s help, costs 0.4%.
Vanguard’s Personal Advisor Services charges 0.3% and has advisors on hand. Ellevest doesn’t as yet offer that service, but plans to, according to Krawchek.
Dan Wiener, editor of the The Independent Adviser for Vanguard Investors, says,
“The most egregious thing is that Ellevest is presenting an apples-to-kangaroos
comparison.” Adds Wiener, “If you really want to show me how well you do, make
the playing field level.”
In essence, Ellevest’s performance example highlights how much more costefficient robo-advisors are than traditional advisors and how much less expensive
ETFs are than mutual funds. Kwan acknowledges as much and says they made that
choice because potential clients weren’t necessarily seeking a robo, but Ellevest may
change some of its comparative charts at its next upgrade. To be fair, the firm is not
yet two years old and has time to adjust.
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BARRON’S
October 23, 2017
An Interview With Laura Geritz
Founder and CEO, Rondure Global Advisors
In Pursuit of Index-Beating Returns
by Leslie P. Norton
THINK OF THE FOREIGN-STOCK ANALYST AND A GLAMOROUS
globe-trotter comes to mind, chatting with CEOs from farflung lands, preferably in five-star hotels. In their hunt for
global value, Laura Geritz and her team at Rondure Global
Advisors rack up the miles. But because it’s their clients’
money, they travel coach and stay in cheap hotels. And
they’re finding promising stocks for her two funds, Rondure New World (ticker: RNWOX), focused on emerging
and frontier markets, and Rondure Overseas (ROSOX),
which specializes in developed markets.
Before founding Rondure last year, Geritz, now 45,
posted outstanding returns at Wasatch Funds. Geritz has
a laserlike focus on stock analysis and a deep conviction
that the best returns can be found overseas. Keep reading
for a sample of her views.
Geritz: We travel all over the world and meet companies.
That gives us insights we wouldn’t get otherwise. For
example, at a meeting with a consumer-staples company in
Japan this year, it became clear that factory automation
had pushed well beyond big auto companies into smaller
companies and that robotics was proliferating. We came
across Pigeon [7956.Japan], the Japanese baby-products
company, while in Vietnam by going through store shelves.
Nobody in Japan wanted to own the stock because of
demographics there. We were able to see their growth outside Japan. In the past few weeks, we’ve been in eight
countries, including Pakistan, Australia, and Sri Lanka.
What is your investment process?
Chad Hurst for Barron’s
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Barron’s: What do you do differently from other
investors?
I focus on really good businesses that have great cash flow
statements. Then I think about intrinsic value, and look for
those trading below what we think they’re worth. We start
with a proprietary screen. We look for companies with
balance sheets and cash flow that can survive through any
cycle. That, combined with a competitive advantage, will
lead to growth over time. We are index-agnostic, long-term
investors. If you focus on quality and good management,
you don’t have to nag the company on quarterly results.
This allows us to beat our indexes in the long run. I try to
stick to areas where I have a circle of competence, where
the pricing gets attractive because of country distortions
or because the discount rate got too high or people’s
expectations got too low. A hallmark company would have
a 20%-to-25% return on equity, with a return on assets in
the high-single or low-double digits and a net cash balance
sheet. I prefer companies with a yield. I like the margin
of safety of a really good balance sheet and a moat. Is it
in a club with few players? Does it have a sticky product
or platform that people want to keep coming back to? Is
it in a social network that people want to embrace?
Global stocks are on fire. What kinds of returns do you
expect?
In the world, we’re starting to see a global synch-up of
growth. People are willing to give companies capital. In our
developed-markets fund, we can compete well against a
market that goes straight up because the index itself owns
lower-quality companies. The MSCI EAFE index just flat
out looks pricey at 20 times trailing earnings for 9.3% return on equity and a lot of debt. I can do a lot better in
places like Japan, which has companies with net cash that
are driving higher returns over time.
In the MSCI Emerging Markets index, the low-quality
component is really cheap right now. Deep value is outside
of my bailiwick, so the risk for us is that we underperform
a rerating in this component of the market. Emerging
markets are trading at 16.5 times trailing earnings for
11.6% ROE. They look better-positioned to rally. We will
participate but can’t keep up in a really strong market, although we clearly believe our companies will outperform
short-term value bounces. The emerging markets index
also has the so-called SATT problem: Samsung Electronics, Alibaba, Tencent, and Taiwan Semiconductor make up
17% of the index. Alibaba and Tencent are getting pricey.
These indexes can move swiftly. Based on the sell-side
estimates, emerging markets will get 14%-to-15% returns
including yield if they maintain the multiple. Using consensus estimates for the MSCI EAFE index, I get roughly
10% returns from growth and yield. We target returns that
are somewhat higher.
October 23, 2017
BARRON’S
“We travel all over the world and meet companies…If you focus on quality and good
management, you don’t have to nag the company on quarterly results.“ —Laura Geritz
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Where are the values today?
I like China better today than I did 10 years ago when
the economy was booming. In China, we invest in boring
industries—consumer staples, diaper companies, food
companies with fabulous balance sheets. The consumer
cycle has been so weak there for three years that competitors are failing. A more oligopolistic structure is
evolving. When top-line growth finally returns, there will
be fewer players. The story of the past few years has
been India-only, but valuations there are challenging for
stockpickers. In Brazil, we’re finding lots of companies
repairing balance sheets, spinning off bad businesses,
getting more focused, and waiting for growth to reignite.
In Southeast Asia, it’s harder to find great companies
with promising valuations. In South America, I’ve been
finding consumer companies paying down debt. We also
look for companies where the balance sheet is improving.
I see this a lot in Peru.
Are you more cautious now that your own capital is at
risk?
I’ve always been extremely risk averse. Perceptually, I’ve
been in the riskiest asset classes but focused on the balance sheet and cash flow. I had three mentors at American Century Investments. One, from Nebraska, was a diehard Warren Buffett guy; the second, who attended
Columbia University, was a die-hard Benjamin Graham
guy; and the third was a growth-oriented, Peter Lynch
type. The second write-up I ever did for them was of Precision Castparts. I wrote up the income statement, and
left off the balance sheet and cash-flow statement. They
were brutal. They took the write-up, tore it up, and threw
it in the wastebasket. Then they said, “Start over, and
you can’t even mention the income statement.” Since
then, I’ve never started there.
Who is the investor you admire most?
I’m a big Jean-Marie Eveillard fan. He likes to find stocks
trading below 12 times enterprise value to earnings before
interest and taxes. It’s hard to find these in the emerging
markets. He said he would rather lose clients than the
client’s assets. I think about the permanent loss of capital
and about creating shareholder wealth for long periods. I
want to look back and see that our clients are able to
retire or able to send their children to college.
You like brands. Do they still work?
Branded generally still works outside the U.S. because
people are afraid of the quality issue. In Peru, I own
Alicorp [ALICORC1.Peru], which overborrowed when
capital was too cheap. Now they’re repairing their balance sheet, and they have these fabulous brands—includ-
ing sauces and detergents. It trades at 11 times enterprise value to earnings before interest, taxes,
depreciation, and amortization. A good consumer company like this can trade at 15 to 20 times as long as their
balance sheet keeps getting better.
and Cosmos Pharmaceutical [3349.Japan]. They have
great cash flow, great balance sheets. Create SD is more
of a broad drugstore in a region closer to Tokyo. It isn’t
covered, and has a great balance sheet, great ROE. You
can pick it up at 9.2 times EV to Ebitda. It has net cash
and a high-single digit ROA. Matsumotokiyoshi has a bigWhere do you see severe over- and undervaluation?
ger store base and an emphasis on cosmetics. It’s a turnWhen I travel, I can always tell if the dollar is too cheap around story, not a unit growth story—they’re rationalizor too strong. Before the 2014-15 Brazil crisis, I paid $32 ing stores and focusing on margins. We think returns
for a slice of pizza and some wilted salad at a Pizza Hut improve over time. Cosmos is a faster grower with a
in the São Paolo airport. Five years ago, I went to Tur- unique geographic footprint on the southern island of
key and the conference hotel cost $1,200 a night, so I Kyushu. It’s more expensive at 14 times EV to Ebitda, but
checked into a Hilton instead to
it both literally and figuratively has
save money and it was $750 a
the perfect moat—an island with a
Laura Geritz’s Picks…
night. This year, it was $70 a night
smaller population that doesn’t inRecent Price
at the W, so Turkey is definitely Company / Ticker
vite as much competition.
cheap. South Africa is extremely WH Smith / SMWH.UK
£20.49
Emerging market defense contraccheap. Part of the property overStarbucks / SBUX
$55.40
tors are 5%-plus of your New
hang in Australia and New ZeaWorld fund.
Create
SD
Holdings
/
3148.Japan
¥2,804
land is because the weak curren8,320
The world is remilitarizing. The
cies drove down the prices in Matsumotokiyoshi / 3088.Japan
emerging markets want this indusdollars. Japan is roughly fair Cosmos Pharmaceutical / 3349.Japan 24,020
try to work because it creates jobs.
value. But I haven’t felt a place Aselsan / ASELS.Turkey
TRY28.92
Aselsan [ASELS.Turkey] is Turlately where I feel like my dollar
Bharat Electronics / BHE.India
INR172.30
key’s leading defense supplier,
isn’t going a long way.
Source: Bloomberg
founded in the 1970s when the U.S.
You are fond of an array of retailhad an embargo on Turkey. Today,
ers from WH Smith in the United Kingdom to conveit’s an engineering leader, a favored place for engineers to
nience stories in Japan. Why are they Amazon-proof?
work in Turkey, even above Google. Only about 10% of proWH Smith [SMWH.UK] is one of the oldest retailers in duction is export. It’s an oligopoly. Bharat Electronics
the world. Their staple old-school book business continues [BHE.India] is in virtually the same business in India. It
to decelerate, but they’re squeezing out profitability. What trades at 21 times EV to Ebitda, and they are guiding for
we love is the travel segment, the airport store where you 15%-to-17% revenue growth, which translates into profit
buy books. They’re expanding that model through other growth in that range. Aselsan is at 27 times EV to Ebitda,
airports in Europe and elsewhere. In my book, what sur- and you could still see a 15%-type annual return. Defense
vives Amazon is convenience. Millennials are embracing companies use percentage-of-completion accounting, which
experiences and traveling more, and when they go to the makes screening for them tricky. You see good balance
airport, they realize the internet isn’t at a high enough sheets, and it’s a rising-tide industry. The valuations have
speed to download a book or two, so they walk to WH come up to U.S. levels, but the growth rate is much
Smith to buy a book, a juice, gum. I spend more money in quicker.
the airport than I ever do shopping in Salt Lake City. We
think the multiple will hold at 15 times EV to Ebitda, and Finally, what’s the thesis for Starbucks [SBUX]?
you’ll have a 12%-to-13% annual return from here. Our in- I’m extremely optimistic about their prospects in China.
We spoke to a rival mass-market coffee store in China
trinsic-value calculations call for even better returns.
recently. It said growth potential was more limited and
How about Japanese drugstores?
blamed Starbucks. Starbucks can grow all the way into
They get overlooked because people say they only want Tier 3 cities, not just Tier 1 and Tier 2. In 10 to 15 years,
to own one drugstore in Japan, not 10. The U.S. will look China will have as many stores as the more than 13,000
a lot more like Japan over time, where cities are more the U.S. has today. And they’re only predicting 5,000 by
dense and walkable. Millennials want more of that. The 2021. If China works, and I think it will, Starbucks will
Japanese drugstores are all about convenience retail. Most return 15% a year for years.
are tilted to food retail. We own Create SD Holdings
[3148.Japan], Matsumotokiyoshi Holdings [3088.Japan], Thanks, Laura. 33
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ADVICE
October 23, 2017
Doug Dewald worries that many investors have assets
that aren’t keeping pace with their needs.
The No-Nonsense View From Wyoming
by Steve Garmhausen
the unending drama coming out of Washington, his response is simple and straightforward.
“As a mentor told me, the market doesn’t care about politics,” says Dewald, 63. “The market cares about profits.”
During his 33 years as an Edward Jones advisor, the
market has spent a lot more time gaining than losing
ground. In fact, the Dow has soared from 1,114 to more
than 23,000 over that span. And that’s why Dewald’s
rather plain-vanilla portfolios have paid off.
Eschewing short-term machinations and complex
investments, Dewald has built a solid reputation among
his no-nonsense Wyoming neighbors. Serving nearly 400
clients, many of whom have made their money in the coal
mining, cattle, and energy industries, Dewald has
amassed $200 million of assets under management.
That figure may pale in comparison with big practices
in major cities, but it’s a very respectable figure considering Wyoming’s sparser population. What’s more, Dewald
doesn’t have an account minimum—rare for an advisor of
his stature.
“We’ve always been here to help any size investor,” he
says. “I don’t think that’s going to change.”
Dewald was born in North Dakota, then raised and
educated in Montana. He earned a teaching degree from
Eastern Montana College, in Billings, having attended the
school on a football scholarship. But in 1984, after teaching for a few years and becoming restless, Dewald
decided to follow an old teammate to Edward Jones.
That led him to Sheridan, population now 16,000,
against the backdrop of the Bighorn Mountains.
Dewald farms out much of his clients’ assets to mutual
funds, with his go-to fund companies being American
Funds, Invesco, JPMorgan Funds, and MFS Funds.
He buys individual companies for a portion of a typical
client’s portfolio in order to try to add a little pop. “Once
you have a good base of funds and portfolio diversification, then individual stocks can add some value in there,”
he says.
With his conservative clientele, Dewald is a long-term
fan of tax-free municipal bonds, whose tax-equivalent
yields are especially meaningful given the current scarcity
of yield-generating investments.
And although the U.S. stock market isn’t exactly in a
fire sale, Dewald sees value in certain blue chips within
the U.S. communications sector, as well as a few utilities.
“I still like the U.S., particularly the big-name companies with great safety that pay good dividends,” he says.
Still, Dewald is eagerly looking forward to market pullbacks so that he can snag some more values. His clients
have kept small stockpiles of cash, partly so they can be
The Strategy
Planning realistically, saving
adequately, and investing on goals,
rather than emotion
Location: Sheridan, Wyo.
Clients: 385 households
Typical Account: $520,000
Stocks 66%
Domestic 85%
Foreign
Developed 10%
Emerging
Markets 5%
Bonds 27%
Munis 90%
Corporates 10%
Cash 7%
The $4.8 billion-asset fund invests
in companies like Royal Dutch Shell,
drugmaker AstraZeneca, financialservices firm Macquarie Group, and
Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
It’s up 18.7% so far this year, with a
yield of 3.91%.
Dewald believes the biggest risk
to the retirement portfolios of his clients is that of outliving their assets.
Hedging such a risk involves planning realistically, saving adequately,
and investing based on goals rather
than emotion.
He’s particularly concerned that
many investors have assets that
aren’t even keeping pace with inflation. It’s a common concern among
advisors, who often have to nudge
their clients toward taking reasonable risks. When it comes to provid”The market doesn’t care about politics. The market cares about profits.”
ing a safe stream of retirement
income, Dewald uses two- to threeopportunistic buyers rather than panicked sellers when year certificates of deposit. It’s a conservative choice, but
a big drop ultimately does occur.
CD interest rates are slowly creeping up.
But some of the best opportunities for price appreciaDewald, the former teacher, has found a fulfilling
tion lie abroad, and Dewald has bumped up his foreign career in the financial-advice business, and his daughter
allocation by 10% over the past two years. One fund he and son have apparently noticed: They’ve joined him at
likes for its exposure to big global firms with a history of Edward Jones and are building their own practices.
increasing their dividends is the iShares International
Dewald also marvels at the fact that he’s now serving
Select Dividend exchange-traded fund (ticker: IDV).
the third generation of some of his client families. Andrew Geiger for Barron’s
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There’s No Easy Fix for Our Mushrooming Debt
by Gene Epstein
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WILL TODAY’S TAME INFLATION RATE OF
Even the federal
government’s vast
holdings won’t cover
its soaring debt load.
1.5% to 2.0% ever return to levels that are
deemed dangerously high? In his 2007
memoir, The Age of Turbulence, former
Federal Reserve Chair Alan Greenspan
quite plausibly predicts that inflation will
enter the danger threshold around 2030,
less than 13 years from now. He anticipates a jump in the
consumer price index to “4.5% or higher.” The last time the
CPI rose that fast on a 12-month basis was during a brief
period in 2008, when oil prices were surging.
Of course, for reasons both foreseen and unforeseen, inflation could heat up much sooner. But Greenspan was on to
something when he outlined this particular scenario. He
echoes continued warnings by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office about the crushing cost of eldercare entitlements—and the soaring debt that will result. Greenspan’s
special contribution is to capture the likely way that government will try to staunch the red ink, which will almost
surely be inflationary.
Those who deny that soaring debt can ever be a worry for
the U.S. often point out that this debt is denominated in the
same U.S. dollars the Fed has the ability to print. Ergo, there
needn’t be defaults on that debt. In this case, as Greenspan
affirms, the debt deniers are quite right—except they should
worry more, not less. Funding the debt by running the printing press would be like pouring gasoline on a fire.
For politicians, if a problem is unlikely to assume crisis
proportions during their tenure, then it will be left to future
politicians to deal with. This après moi le déluge attitude
has marked the approach to soaring debt of George W.
Bush, Barack Obama, and Donald Trump. There is little reason to believe that Trump’s immediate successors will do
things any differently.
That brings us to 2030, by which point yearly deficits of
$1.5 trillion-plus will become the norm, as what Greenspan
refers to as the “tsunami” of soaring costs hits the federal
budget. And when the Treasury Department has more debt
than it feels it can handle, it will pressure the government’s
first responders—the central bankers—to buy ever-larger
portions of that debt with printed money.
Will the resulting monetary expansion bring a jump in the
inflation rate? Skeptics might point out that there seems to
have been plenty of monetary expansion over the past decade, and yet price inflation didn’t seem to respond. But one
key factor that has subtly curbed inflation has been the disinflationary effects of cheap labor from abroad. As Greenspan
notes, by 2030, the “post-cold war wage-price disinflation” will
have mostly played out. Then, too, the monetary spigots will
be gushing at a far faster rate than anything seen so far.
Other problems are likely to arise, including a fall in the
exchange value of the dollar. Since over 40% of the debt is
held by foreigners, they are likely to perceive this development as a partial default on the obligations. Result: a selloff
in these bonds, which could bring about the fiscal crisis the
CBO keeps warning about.
Debt deniers have another arrow in their bow. It’s one
thing, they say, for a state or local government, or for a
large private institution, to be deeply in debt. But doesn’t
the federal government have vast holdings that can be regarded as sufficient collateral on this debt?
There are, for instance, 672 million barrels of crude oil that
the government holds in its Strategic Petroleum Reserve. At
the current market price of $50 a barrel, that’s worth nearly
$34 billion. But assuming the feds will have to start ponying
up 10 years from now, let’s quadruple that to $200 a barrel,
and mark the reserve at $136 billion.
Then there’s the government’s vast holdings in “nondefense” equipment and structures, including the national
parks, currently valued by the Bureau of Economic Analysis, the keeper of the national income accounts, at $1.6 trillion. Since it’s grown in value by one-third over the past 10
years, let’s assume it appreciates by another third, and mark
it at $2.1 trillion. But while fair chunks of this might be privatized and thus sold for substantial sums, the government
would gain very little by privatizing its own office buildings,
since it would then have to pay rent as a tenant.
Finally, there is federally owned land for which no value
has been estimated. The feds own approximately 640 million
acres, a staggering 28% of the total number of acres in the
50 states. But overwhelmingly, this isn’t exactly downtown
real estate, although some is surely worth a lot for its oil
and mineral deposits, of which the Arctic National Wildlife
Refuge (20 million acres) is the best-known example. Otherwise, the per-acre value of federal lands is probably quite
low. Eight western states plus Alaska together account for
505 million of those acres, nearly fourth-fifths of the total.
But let’s imagine that federal land that could be sold
would yield a tidy $5 trillion. By 2027, according to CBO
projections, the federal debt owed to the public will have
climbed to $25 trillion and will rise rapidly from there. By
any plausible reckoning, the federal government’s collateral
on its debt is woefully inadequate. email: gepstein@barrons.com
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As the cryptocurrency debate rages on, some Wall Street
firms rail against it—while others try to profit from it.
SPEAKING OF DIVIDENDS
The Bitcoin Conundrum
High-Energy Payouts
by Crystal Kim
Picking the winners in oil and gas
n
ENERGY STOCKS IN THE STANDARD & POOR’S
AS GOVERNMENTS, CENTRAL BANKS, AND
Bitcoin prices have risen by nearly
800% over the past year.
says that a Bitcoin bubble is forming.
Others are gambling that cryptocurrencies have a bright future, and
they’re trying to set up a Bitcoin derivatives ecosystem. LedgerX got the goahead from the Commodity Futures
Trading Commission to create Bitcoin
options, and Cboe Global Markets is
working on bringing cash-settled Bitcoin
futures to investors. The CFTC itself recently published a primer on digital currencies. And research firms have started
putting price targets on Bitcoin.
Exchange-traded fund firms have
tried to file to create products to trade
these derivatives, but the Securities and
Exchange Commission has asked them to
withdraw their filings until such options
and futures exist.
Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg
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financial bigwigs continue to debate the
viability of Bitcoin, others in the investment community are embracing it.
Last month, China began shutting
down Bitcoin exchanges. JPMorgan Chase
CEO Jamie Dimon has called Bitcoin a
“fraud” and threatened to fire anyone in
the bank who traded it. Hedge fund honcho Ray Dalio of Bridgewater Associates
It’s hard not to want a piece of
Bitcoin, given its astronomical climb of almost 800% in the past year, according to
CoinDesk. Its value plunged after China’s
crackdown, but it has made new highs
since, closing at $5,700 on Thursday.
Exchange-traded note Bitcoin Investment Trust (ticker: GBTC) closed at
$676, more than 30% below its late August
all-time high, but is still trading at a near
30% premium to its net asset value.
One of the central questions about
Bitcoin isn’t whether it’s a fad or has
staying power—it’s whether Bitcoin is
the new gold.
Goldman Sachs, in a report issued last
Tuesday titled “Fear and Wealth,” made
its position clear: “Gold wins out over
cryptocurrencies in a majority of the key
characteristics of money.” Cryptocurrencies take up less space, but gold is easier
to store safely and doesn’t have to compete with new alternatives being invented every day, as Bitcoin does, Goldman argues. At the crux of the bank’s
argument is that precious metals are
“discovered” and not “invented.”
Bitcoin’s extreme volatility also distinguishes it: Goldman estimates that the
Bitcoin-to-U.S.-dollar volatility on average was nearly seven times that of gold
this year.
Others see a case for Bitcoin pushing
out gold in portfolios. Fundstrat Global
Advisors’ Thomas Lee, for example, has
created an entire framework for valuing
Bitcoin as a substitute for gold, which he
published this past summer.
Lee argues that central banks—which
own about 18% of the 190,000 metric tons
of gold outstanding, or about $1.5 trillion’s worth—could entertain the idea of
holding Bitcoin if its aggregate value
rose above $500 billion.
The latest downturn in Bitcoin prices
presents a buying opportunity, says Lee.
In a client note published in September,
he acknowledged the cryptocurrency’s
volatility, noting that a 35% to 40% correction has not been “unusual” in the past
two years. Still, he says, Bitcoin could
reach $6,000 by early next year.
At least one major Wall Street
institution—Goldman—is betting that
Bitcoin is no fad. The investment bank is
considering building a new cryptocurrency-dedicated trading unit that
would involve its currency-trading division
and its strategic investment business. A version of this article ran on Oct. 18 at
Barrons.com.
500 yield an average of about 2.9%. At
first glance, that’s very enticing—it’s well
above the index’s average yield of about
2%. But be cautious: Energy prices can be
volatile, making future cash flows that pay
those dividends hard to predict.
When energy prices crashed in 2014
and 2015, many companies slashed their
payouts. The good news is those cuts
have stopped, as companies have “come
to grips with the current product price
levels and their new cash flow,” says
Howard Silverblatt, senior index analyst
at S&P Dow Jones Indices.
But increases in dividends haven’t
come quickly, with companies “needing
confidence in their ability to continue to
pay higher amounts,” Silverblatt says.
In other words, dividend investors
need to be selective. To help find the
opportunities, Barron’s tapped Reality
Shares, an index provider that also puts
out a dividend-safety ranking known as
Divcon. The accompanying table shows
five of the highest-ranked firms in the
energy sector from that ranking.
It uses seven factors, including how
much a company has spent on share
repurchases compared with dividends
over the previous 12 months.
Although Exxon Mobil (ticker: XOM)
is the highest-ranking energy company
for dividend safety, it’s in the middle of
the pack compared with the broader
market. The company’s rank is 345, in
the top half of the 841 companies covered
by Divcon but nowhere near the top.
Not one of these five companies is at
the top of the ranking, but their divi-
by Lawrence C. Strauss
dends appear to be safe. And each of
them has a solid ranking score of four,
one below the highest designation.
Earlier this year, Exxon Mobil increased its dividend to 77 cents a share
from 75 cents. Analysts expect the company to pay out $3.15 a share next year,
which would be a 3% hike from this
year’s level, according to FactSet.
Ben Kirby, a portfolio manager of the
Thornburg Investment Income Builder
fund (TIBAX), says that many energy
firms have adjusted to lower commodity
prices. Cutting back on projects and reducing capital expenditures have helped,
he adds.
“From a dividend standpoint, that
matters a lot, because the dividend is
now covered by free cash flow,” says
Kirby.
One of the fund’s holdings is Valero
Energy (VLO), a refiner that is benefiting in part from tight reDividend
fining capacity in the U.S.,
Payments,
says Kirby.
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Cabot Oil & Gas
(COG), an exploration-andproduction company, is expected to throw
off $2.66 a share of cash flow in 2018,
versus $2.17 this year, according to FactSet. If that does occur, it will continue to
support double-digit dividend increases.
Two other firms that are expected to
grow their dividends next year are refiner Marathon Petroleum (MPC), from
an expected $1.52 this year to $1.65 in
2018, and Phillips 66 (PSX), whose businesses include refining. It’s expected to
grow its payout to $2.97 in 2018 from
$2.73 this year. 5 Favorites
These energy firms rank high in their sector for dividend safety, according to Reality
Shares, an index provider. This table does not include MLPs.
Company / Ticker
Recent
Price
Dividend
Yield
Market
Value (bil)
3.7%
$350.7
1-Year
Total
Return
Est. 2018
Dividend
Increase
Exxon Mobil / XOM
$82.76
–1.0%
2.9%
Valero Energy / VLO
77.62
3.6
34.3
45.8
6.4
Cabot Oil & Gas / COG
25.62
0.8
11.8
16.6
22.6
Marathon Petroleum / MPC
56.75
2.8
28.7
36.8
8.6
Phillips 66 / PSX
90.24
3.1
46.2
17.2
8.8
Data as of Oct. 18
Sources: FactSet; Reality Shares
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October 23, 2017
“I truly worry how the plethora of basically untested
ETFs will react in a serious down market.”
Mailbag
ARTHUR M. SHATZ, Oakland Gardens, N.Y.
Trusting Computers
The Big Picture
To the Editor:
To the Editor:
One of the things that struck me in reading
the Echoes of ’87 pieces in the Oct. 14 issue,
is that the more we learn, the less we seem
to know. Whether it’s portfolio insurance,
credit default swaps, or the wildfire spread
of exchange-traded funds, we seem to
blindly trust computers and metrics to keep
things perfectly balanced. While it is true
that computer algorithms have indeed become extremely sophisticated and useful
tools, when we subjugate human reasoning
and judgment to semiconductors, we are
once again looking for trouble. I truly
worry how the plethora of basically untested ETFs will react in a serious down
market.
I read with interest John Curran’s commentary on the prospects for macro investing (“The Coming Renaissance of
Macro Investing,” Other Voices, Oct. 14).
It is unquestionably a good exercise to
objectively ponder the “wisdom of the
crowd” and the rationality of markets at
any given point in time, as the article
seems to suggest: Sometimes, folks and
markets get it right, and sometimes they
don’t. Hence Warren Buffett’s famous quip
about fear and greed.
Curran may well be proved right about
the impact of technology and alternatives
on oil markets, and might even be correct
on the timing of such impact. Time will
tell. What I found particularly interesting,
however, was his reference to Treasury
Secretary Bill Simon’s petrodollar deal
with Saudi Arabia in 1974 that “enabled
the U.S. to print dollars with little adverse
effect on interest rates, thereby facilitating consistent U.S. economic growth over
the subsequent decades.…This essentially
Portfolio Risk Controls
To the Editor:
Teresa Burns Parkhurst for Barron’s
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ARTHUR M. SHATZ
Oakland Gardens, N.Y.
While there is probably little doubt, as
was pointed out in your Oct. 14 cover story
“Black Monday 2.0: The Next MachineDriven Meltdown,” that at some point a
sharp computer-driven drop in the market
will occur, what does this mean to a longterm, disciplined investor? My answer
is—a big nothing!
In all of the examples cited, the declines
in the asset prices were deep and fast, yet
so was the recovery. Additionally, during
the flash crash of May 6, 2010, many trades
were canceled when the exchanges realized that various stocks were bought for
mere pennies on the dollar. These rapid
market declines are analogous to a bad car
accident on an interstate highway, where
the drivers of the vehicles directly involved
in the crash may suffer grave consequences, yet everybody else is just temporarily inconvenienced by the backed up
traffic. Once the accident is cleared, traffic
flow resumes, and all is forgotten.
What should be discussed is what risk
controls, in addition to those already in
place by the exchanges, does one need to
implement in their portfolios so as not to
suffer irreversible losses as a result of one
of these market events.
I. AL DJINDIL
Naples, Fla.
guaranteed a strong dollar and low interest rates for a generation.”
Really? Within a few years of this deal,
the U.S. was suffering “stagflation”—slow
growth combined with runaway inflation
that hit 14.8% by 1980. This backdrop
caused Federal Reserve Chairman Paul
Volcker to hike interest rates to 21% by
1981 in an effort to tame the inflationary
beast. The economic malaise, along with
the hostage crisis in Iran, is widely
believed to have cost Jimmy Carter the
election in 1980 and ushered in the era of
Ronald Reagan (for whom I was a White
House intern during his second term). If
this was a generation of low interest rates,
it was an exceedingly short one.
history is needed. However, he states,
“Midwesterners and Westerners tended to
go for Bryan as they now go for Trump.”
In the election of 1896, the following
Midwestern states went for William
McKinley: Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan,
Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota. A total of
110 electoral votes. Only Missouri, Kansas,
and Nebraska (35 votes total) went for
William Jennings Bryan.
STEVE DOLLINGER
Houston
Peter Wallison’s review of my book The End
of Theory gives a succinct exposition of his
view of the 2008 financial crisis (“Model
Crisis,” Balancing the Books, Sept. 30). But
he references my book as a launching pad
for his own views, with a couple of snippets
added that relate to my book. I spend only
one of the book’s 15 chapters on the 2008
crisis. The other 14 chapters cover the failures of standard economics in dealing with
crises and the proposal of a new approach
that is better suited for the task. I wish that
Wallison had cited those chapters and covered them in his review.
Lessons of History
To the Editor:
Great interview with Robert Shiller (“Who
Says This Stock Market Is Overpriced?”
Oct. 14). He is correct that more economic
LYNN HAMILTON
Canton, Ohio
Launch Pad?
To the Editor:
RICHARD BOOKSTABER
New York City
Peter Wallison replies:
I focused on the 2008 financial crisis in my
review because, as I wrote, I regard it as
“Bookstaber’s best example of humancaused complexity.” His first chapter’s
lead sentence makes specific reference to
“the 2008 financial crisis” and asks, “Why
did nobody see it coming?” And his subtitle is Financial Crises, the Failure of Economics, and the Sweep of Human Interaction. It may be true, as he suggests, that
it is difficult or impossible to predict
financial crises. But the 2008 crisis was
the result of government housing policies
and could have been predicted if anyone
had realized how these policies were distorting the housing market.
“Ah, his recession work is still timeless.”
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Other Voices
by Lucy P. Marcus
Data Breaches: An Artifact of Indifference
security breach occurs, the response looks
pretty much the same: Cry “havoc!” and call
in the cyber first-responders to close the
breach. But by the time an executive or two
stands before a few government committees,
proffering some explanation and pledging to
beef up security protocols, people—including
the hackers—have largely moved on. And
with each breach, the cycle accelerates:
People either dismiss the threat—it probably
won’t happen to them—or accept it as an unavoidable pitfall of modern life.
The truth is that the threat posed by
cybersecurity breaches is both acute and
avoidable. The key to mitigating it is to
understand that cybersecurity isn’t simply a
technology issue; it is also an urgent strategic
issue that should be at the top of the agenda
for every board and management team. After
all, from Yahoo! to Equifax, data breaches
have often been rooted in internal forces of
human error, carelessness, or even malice.
Already, the scale and speed of attacks is
massive. It has now emerged that the 2013
Yahoo! data breach affected all three billion
accounts. In May, the WannaCry ransomware
attack affected dozens of the United Kingdom’s National Health Service trusts, and
spread globally at lightning speed.
The recently revealed Equifax data
breach—which occurred during two months
when the company had a patch for a known
security vulnerability, but hadn’t applied it—
gave the hackers access to 145.5 million consumers’ personal and sensitive data. According to testimony provided to Congress by
now-former Equifax CEO Richard F. Smith,
the breach reflected the negligence of one individual in the information-technology department.
The risks are only growing. The U.K’s
National Cyber Security Centre, founded last
year, has already responded to nearly 600
significant incidents. One of the department’s
directors recently predicted that our first
“category one cyberincident” would occur in
the next few years.
One problem is that many organizations
simply don’t have cybersecurity on their
radar. They believe they are too small to be
a target, or that such breaches are limited to
the tech and finance sectors. But, just
recently, the U.S. fast-food chain Sonic—not
exactly a tech giant—revealed that a malware
attack on some of its drive-in outlets may
have allowed hackers to secure customers’
credit-card information.
The fact is that many types of companies
use—if not depend on—technology. And they
collect many types of data about everything
from customers and employees to distribution
systems and transactions. Consumers often
don’t comprehend the extent of companies’
data collection, failing to understand even the
basics of the cookies being used when they
surf the web. According to a March 2017 report by the Pew Research Center, many
Americans, for example, “are unclear about
some key cybersecurity topics, terms, and
concepts.”
Of course, consumers must be informed
and vigilant about their own data. But even
those who are both find that if they want to
engage fully in modern life, they have little
choice but to hand over personal data to
organizations in both the private and public
sectors, from utility and finance companies to
hospitals and tax authorities.
With automation, this trend will only
accelerate, with people counting on technology to do everything from ordering groceries
to turning on the lights and even locking the
doors. The power this gives to the likes of Alphabet and Amazon.com, not to mention an
ever-growing array of start-ups, is obvious.
What isn’t obvious is whether consumers can
rely on companies’ knowledge and duty of
care to protect the information they collect.
No company can afford a laissez-faire
attitude about cybersecurity. Even tech companies have taken some time to recognize the
extent of their technical responsibilities,
including the need for a C-level executive responsible for managing technology needs.
Not long ago, such companies often maintained a “help desk” mind-set: Just make
sure people could use the product and have
someone to call if something went wrong.
But, with data breaches proliferating,
often with business-critical consequences,
there is no excuse for technological inertia.
Breaches can cripple companies both operationally and financially, owing to the direct
theft of funds or intellectual property and the
cost of plugging the security hole or paying
punitive fines. They can also diminish a com-
pany’s reputation and credibility among investors, business partners, and communities,
even in cases when the breach is minor and
doesn’t compromise sensitive information.
While board members don’t all have to be
technology experts, they do need to keep up
with the state of their company’s technology,
including how well-secured it is. A board’s
risk committee can conduct in-depth reviews.
But regular status updates to the full board,
like those for other crucial issues affecting
the business, are also needed.
In today’s world, no organization—public
or private, commercial or nonprofit—has an
excuse for not being supremely vigilant and
proactive about securing their data and systems. It isn’t enough to meet legal requirements, which don’t keep up with technological
change. Instead, those requirements should
be viewed as a starting point for a much
more robust, closely monitored, and effectively adapted system that truly protects the
data on which our societies and economies increasingly depend.
Data breaches aren’t a fact of modern life.
They’re an artifact of modern indifference. LUCY P. MARCUS is founder and CEO of Marcus
Venture Consulting.
Copyright: Project Syndicate, 2017
www.project-syndicate.org.
The world needs a much
more robust, closely
monitored, and effectively
adapted system that truly
protects the data on which
our societies and economies
increasingly depend.
Dave Klug for Barron’s
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“The World Series is
starting? Has anyone
hit 23,000 home
runs this year?”
The stock market is filled with
talented amateurs who trade as a hobby.
Nowadays, some are quants. The site
Quintuitive.com belongs to an anonymous blogger who works at a large tech
company. Last week, the blog compared
the Donald Trump rally with rallies of past
presidencies. While the Trump rally has
to record highs, its 27% gain in the 239
trading sessions since Election Day is in
second place, behind Bill Clinton’s reelection, but ahead of the first President
Bush. Measured by the Standard & Poor’s
500, the Trump rally stands at about 20%.
If you want to keep track, you can download Quintuitive’s code.
The Trader
Emerging Markets
Optimism about a tax
deal helps push the Dow
above 23,000. 3
How foreign indexers
are edging into China’s
bond markets. 7
European Trader
Current Yield
Lufthansa stands
to benefit from its
competitors’ woes. 6
The 10-year Treasury’s
movements are causing
some unease. 9
Asian Trader
Striking Price
There’s still upside left
as Samsung snaps back
from a terrible 2016. 7
How trading Interactive
Brokers can be a bet
on higher volatility. 10
High Hopes
Clear Skies
Chips Ahoy
Our Founder Clarence Barron
Going Ashore
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Charting the Market
A graphic look at selected stock activity for the week ended October 20, 2017 n Edited by Bill Alpert and David Schutt
GENERAL ELECTRIC
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES
GE (NYSE) • 23.83 • 0.85
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October 23, 2017
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The Trader
Dow 23,000: One Slow Grind Upward
by Ben Levisohn
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A WEEK THAT COULD HAVE BEEN A NIGHT-
For investors, there’s
little evidence
to suggest that dips
in the market
shouldn’t be bought.
mare instead finished like a dream.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average
climbed 456.91 points, or 2%, to 23,328.63
last week, while the Standard & Poor’s 500
index rose 0.9% to 2575.21. The Nasdaq
Composite advanced 0.4% to 6629.05.
For a while there, though, it looked like it could go either
way. On Thursday—the 30th anniversary of Black Monday—
the Dow briefly traded down more than 100 points, raising
concerns of a repeat. But the market rallied back to close
at a new high, and the decline became just the latest example of investors buying the dip.
It wasn’t just the market that saw dip-buying. Shares of
General Electric (ticker: GE) tumbled 6.3% in early trading
on Friday after the industrial giant slashed its full-year
profit guidance. Investors, betting that the worst was over,
pounced, and GE’s shares finished up 1.1% on the day. “It’s
another microcosm of buy-the-dip,” says Scott Clemons,
chief investment strategist for private wealth management
at Brown Brothers Harriman.
For investors, there’s little evidence to suggest dips in
the market shouldn’t be bought. Earnings have been solid—
more than 70% of the 88 companies that have reported so
far have topped estimates. And sales have been even better—72% of those companies have reported better-than-expected revenue, well above the long-term average of 59%.
How those earnings and sales continue to play out could go
a long way toward determining whether the market can continue its long trek higher, especially with tech giants like
Amazon.com (AMZN) and Alphabet (GOOGL) reporting
on Thursday. “If tech continues in a great way, the market
can head higher,” says JJ Kinahan, chief market strategist
at TD Ameritrade.
Still, it took more than earnings to push the market
higher last week. On Thursday night, Senate Republicans
agreed to a budget framework that could allow a tax package to pass with only a majority of votes, rather than a
filibuster-proof 60. That helped the Dow gain 165.59 points,
or 0.7%, on Friday. Sure, the odds are still low—betting site
PredictIt shows a 29% chance that personal income-tax cuts
will pass—but it’s enough to suggest that a tax overhaul
isn’t a mirage.
“We still say the line to tax cuts won’t be a straight one,”
Michael Block, chief strategist at Rhino Trading Partners,
wrote in a note to clients last week. “Optimism that this gets
done quickly and without controversy is bubbling.”
But not too much optimism, as the market still refuses to
Dow Jones Industrials
CLOSE 23328.63
PERCENTAGE CHANGE: 52-Wk +28.56 YTD +18.04 Wkly +2.00
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Komeito Party, have a commanding lead in
the polls, one that could give them an even
larger majority than they already possess.
But the number of undecided voters sat at
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Rissmiller dubbed a “wild card.”
Investors are taking no chances. Japan
equity funds suffered their largest weekly
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9972.10 + 35.88 + 0.36
1,433
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643.56 +
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12430.53 + 78.53 + 0.64
S&P 500
2575.21 + 22.04 + 0.86
S&P MidCap
1834.29 + 15.47 + 0.85
913.75 +
5.38 + 0.59
6629.05 + 23.25 + 0.35
Value Line (arith.)
5859.38 + 37.36 + 0.64
Russell 2000
1509.25 +
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S&P SmallCap
Last Week Week Earlier
NYSE Advances
6.59 + 0.44
26697.94 + 211.96 + 0.80
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T-Bond
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93
68
3,008.1
2,905.5
93.66
93.09
152-060
154-000
51.47
51.45
Inflation KR–CRB
(Futures Price Index)
184.12
184.83
Gold
(CMX nearby futures)
1277.40
1301.50
October 23, 2017
ket from 1920 to 1948, before embarking on
an extended bull market. Could Japan’s market be ready for a similar run? “There is an
entire generation that has not witnessed a
secular bull market for Japanese equities,”
Krinsky says. “The fact that Japan is breaking above a 25-plus-year secular trading
range should not be taken lightly.”
For U.S. investors, however, there’s one
little problem: Japan’s stocks usually trade
in the opposite direction of its currency, and
Krinsky argues that the yen has gotten as
strong as it can against the dollar. As a
result, he recommends buying the WisdomTree Japan Hedged Equity fund (DXJ),
which removes the yen from the equation.
“Given the meaningful base in the Nikkei,
we think there should be plenty of upside
for this ETF,” Krinsky says.
And maybe, for once, up will look like up.
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United We Don’t Stand
Investors have a history of treating the
major airlines like the Three Musketeers—
it’s all for one and one for all. That might be
starting to change.
United Continental Holdings’ (UAL)
earnings were clearly bad news for the company. Its shares dropped 12% last Thursday
after the carrier reported better-thanexpected earnings but offered guidance that
suggested that its fourth-quarter earnings
would miss. Delta Air Lines (DAL) and
American Airlines Group (AAL), as is usually the case, followed United’s shares
lower—but not much lower. Delta fell 1.1%,
and American declined just 1%.
That’s not how it usually happens. During 2016, United suffered four drops of at
least 5.5%, and on three of those occasions,
American and Delta also suffered sizable
declines. This year has been a different
story, as United’s two drops of 5.5% or more
have been greeted with much smaller
declines by its competitors, which suggests
that the market views United’s problems as
just that—United’s—and that American and
Delta might be safe bets.
Investors have known that United’s
profit margins have been smaller than
Delta’s, but bulls could argue that United
could start to narrow that gap. That selfhelp story propelled United to a 27% gain in
2016, including reinvested dividends, more
than double American’s 12% return, while
Delta dropped 1.4%.
That thesis is now dead in the water.
Sure, United reported a third-quarter profit
of $2.22 a share, 10 cents better than analyst forecasts. But United also said that it
would cost more to fly its passengers—costs
per available seat mile, a widely used industry metric, are expected to rise from 2.5% to
3.5% during the fourth quarter—even as the
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Performance of DJ U.S. Ind, ranked by wkly % chg.*
Health Care
1.75%
Industrials
1.41
Utilities
1.32
Telecommunications
1.23
Financials
1.17
Technology
0.31
Consumer Services
0.24
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The next chapter
in investing
™
1.07
Basic Materials
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Oil & Gas
Consumer Goods
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amount of revenue it earns for every mile a
passenger flies, known as Prasm, is expected
to drop 1% to 3%. Do the math and it leads
to a “murky path to margin expansion,” says
Wolfe Research analyst Hunter Keay, who
downgraded United’s shares to Peer Perform
from Outperform on Thursday. “At some
point, the hope runs out.”
But not for the airline sector generally.
Delta, American, and United Continental
are all valued at large discounts to the Standard & Poor’s 500 index, as investors shy
away from a sector that has a history of
chasing capacity during the good times and
blowing up during the bad. (Delta trades at
just 9.7 times forward earnings; American,
at 11.2 times; and United, at 9.5 times, while
the S&P 500 trades at 18.2 times.) Delta, at
least, has been arguing that it has gotten
religion, and is now acting like any other
responsible industrial company and deserves to be treated like one.
I’m not sure whether investors are ready
to make that leap just yet, but the fact that
United can get pounded while American and
Delta drop just a little suggests at least that
the market is distinguishing between the
companies. Bernstein analyst David Vernon
calls that “fairly bullish” because it suggests
that they’re trading not just on Prasm but
also on how well they turn their sales into
profits. “We like the idea of adding to Delta
or other liked names here on the pullback,
as we do think the issues here are idiosyncratic to United,” Vernon says.
As for United, Vernon contends that it
will eventually recover, but the process of
fixing its problems and rebuilding management could take some time. Its shares,
which closed on Friday at $59.90, could be
worth considering down in the mid-$50s, he
says. “We would wait here for a better entry,” he says.
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European Trader
Deutsche Lufthansa Has More Room to Climb
by Victor Reklaitis
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ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER EUROPEAN AIRLINE FLIES INTO STORM
Germany’s flagship
airline stands to
benefit from its
competitors’ troubles.
clouds.
It has felt like that at times this year, as British low-cost
and charter airline Monarch Airlines collapsed this month,
following budget carrier Air Berlin’s bankruptcy filing in
August. And that came after Italian flagship airline Alitalia
went into bankruptcy in the spring, leaving it facing a sale.
Deutsche Lufthansa (ticker: LHA.Germany) has scored
an upgrade to first class, so to speak, thanks in part to these
flops by other carriers. Air Berlin’s unraveling is viewed as
particularly helpful for Germany’s largest operator by traffic.
Yet a number of bulls say other factors actually will be
bigger drivers. Several see Lufthansa’s stock price rising to
30 euros ($35.36) due to a range of tailwinds, implying a
rally of about 20% from its recent price around €25.
Air Berlin’s downfall does provide upside, but only up to
a point. Cologne-based Lufthansa has inked a €210 million
agreement to take over a large part of the Berlin-based airline’s assets.
The deal “removes the risk of a new entrant disruptively
running [Air Berlin] assets,” and it should also help firm up
Lufthansa’s position as a go-to carrier, said a team of RBC
analysts led by Damian Brewer in a recent note.
However, Lufthansa “will face likely distraction to clear
regulatory hurdles and then in integrating these new operations,” Brewer and his colleagues say, adding that “little capacity effectively leaves the market, so the supply/demand
backdrop is little changed.”
Their top reasons to buy Lufthansa include a key deal
with pilots, the carrier’s reputation among flyers for Mercedes-Benz-like quality, and strong demand, thanks in large
part to Germany’s buoyant economy. They have an Outperform rating on the stock and a price target
European
of €30.
Markets,
Lufthansa and its main pilots union
page M27
signed a five-year agreement this month
that ought to reduce costs and pension liabilities for the carrier. The pact was expected, but it’s another positive catalyst for the stock, said a team of Bernstein analysts led by Daniel Roeska in a recent note. They
have lowered their year-end forecast for the carrier’s pension deficit to about €6 billion. They also have a target of
€30 for the stock, which they upgraded this month to Outperform from Market Perform.
Even analysts who aren’t that bullish on Lufthansa offer
a bit of praise for the big deal with pilots. The company’s
pension deficit “will see some relief,” though it is “likely to
remain a sizable overhang,” says a Morgan Stanley team led
by Penelope Butcher that has a Neutral rating on the stock
and a price target of €25.40.
Lufthansa’s valuation isn’t sky-high, even though shares
have doubled this year, touching levels last seen in 2001. The
stock trades at 6.3 times forward-year estimated earnings,
above Air France-KLM’s (AF.France) 5.6 multiple, but below British Airways parent International Consolidated
Airlines Group’s (UK:IAG) 7.4 and the U.S. Global Jets exchange-traded fund’s (JETS) 11.7. (About 85% of the ETF’s
holdings are airline stocks, including Lufthansa.)
Germany’s flagship airline still faces some challenges in
the long run, but the Air Berlin developments have helped
buy it time, according to the Bernstein analysts. The German market looks set to see more competition from Irish
discount carrier Ryanair Holdings (RY4C.Ireland) and others, and fundamental issues will need to be revisited with
the pilots union by 2022, they warn.
The medium-term outlook is “more muted,” with profit
margins appearing on track to decline in the 2019 fiscal year,
the Bernstein team says. Nonetheless, they “see the stars
aligning over Germany for the immediate future.”
Lufthansa is among the carriers that have submitted bids
for portions of the bankrupt Alitalia. Ryanair—another poster
child for the European airline sector’s recent woes—also was
moving toward making an offer, then backed away and signaled it wanted to focus on its cancellations crisis.
In any case, the potential sale of Alitalia has been postponed by the Italian government, pushed back from November to April. That aside, investors might not want to bank
on the type of consolidation that has helped U.S. carriers
boost their profits.
“The recent demise of Alitalia, Air Berlin, and Monarch
have rekindled hopes that the European airline sector may,
finally, be en route to more consolidation, providing better
margins for investors,” the Bernstein team writes. “Sadly,
we don’t think this is the case yet. The current market exits
remove—at most—1.5% of total market capacity in 2018 and
hardly make any dent in the longer-term growth rates.”
The bottom line: Lufthansa’s stock is worth a look, but
not simply because the skies are less crowded.
In European markets last week, the main benchmarks
mostly lost ground, with Spain’s IBEX gauge among the
biggest decliners as tensions over Catalonia’s independence
push flared up again. VICTOR REKLAITIS is a London-based writer for MarketWatch.
October 23, 2017
October 23, 2017
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M7
Asian Trader
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Emerging Markets
Samsung: How It Came Back
Indexers Watch China Bonds
by Assif Shameen
by Dimitra DeFotis
A YEAR AGO, SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS WAS THE BUTT OF LATE-NIGHT TV EXPLOSION
CHINA’S ROUGHLY $7 TRILLION MAINLAND BOND MARKET, WHICH
jokes after it recalled its Galaxy Note 7 phablet with defective batteries. As
its stock dived, activist hedge fund manager Paul Singer of Elliott Management
waged a proxy battle to shake up the Korean electronics giant.
What a difference a year makes. Singer long ago conceded defeat, Galaxy
Note jokes faded, and Samsung (005930.Korea) is back with the Galaxy Note 8.
Apple (AAPL), its main smartphone rival, has pushed the release of its newest
device, iPhone X, to Nov. 3, giving Samsung breathing room.
Samsung stock is up 50% this year, 71% over the past year—better than
Apple. And it is still cheap. It trades at just 7.1 times next year’s estimated
earnings or about half of Apple’s, which is widely viewed as a value stock.
Macquarie Securities projects that Samsung profits will soar to $37.9 billion this
year and $50.3 billion next year from $20 billion last year. So, why doesn’t Samsung get investors’ respect? “It lacks a grand vision,” says Mehdi Hosseini of
Susquehanna Financial in San Francisco. “They make a lot of money, but they
are not focused, and it’s hard to say where they might be in five years or 10.”
includes sovereigns, policy-bank bonds, and corporate issues,
is the third largest in the world behind the U.S. and Japanese
markets, but has remained on the sidelines due to government restrictions that encourage foreign investors to tap
China’s so-called Dim Sum bonds traded in Hong Kong.
But the onshore market is opening up rapidly with China’s
financial reforms, and global and emerging market indexes are expanding to
include Chinese bonds. While index providers are cautious, U.S. investors need
to study what they want to own as portfolio managers slowly add exposure.
Today, only about 2% of mainland China’s bond market is owned by
foreign investors, with the rest in the hands of Chinese banks and financial
institutions and some sovereign wealth funds. But regulatory changes have
brought about rapid index additions this year: In February, the Chinese
allowed foreign bond investors to hedge currency risk, and in July, it opened
a Bond Connect program that makes it easier for foreign investors to buy
and sell domestic bonds.
Though known for smartphones, Samsung lives off semiconductors and
screens. Over the past year, higher memory-chip prices and new OLED
screens (iPhone X will have Samsung screens) have boosted margins. In 2013,
smartphones made up 69% of profits. By next year, analysts estimate that
smartphones will generate 15% of profits; chips, 70%; and screens, 13%. “Samsung is a massively undervalued and probably the best opportunity in global
technology right now,” says Sanford Bernstein’s Mark Newman in Hong Kong.
Bernstein has a 3.2 million won ($2,826) price target,
or 19% upside for the stock, but Newman says it’s worth Tables: Asian
KRW4 million, nearly 50% higher. With more than $60 Markets, page M27
billion in cash and huge free cash flow, Samsung Emerging Markets,
shouldn’t be trading at less than half of its peers’ multi- Barrons.com
ples, he says. Even if it deserves a slight discount, 60%
is too big. If the stock rose 50%, it still would be trading at 11 times forward
earnings. “Any way you look at this company, it’s unbelievably cheap,” he says.
“There is a huge demand for memory chips globally right now, and they are
a big leader in that segment by a wide margin,” says Newman. “We are also seeing a major shift from LCD screens to flexible OLED screen, where again Samsung is a world leader.” And in smartphones, Samsung is on the recovery trail.
By the end of 2018, Samsung could have an estimated $85 billion in net cash
as free-cash-flow yield rises from 4% this year, to 14%, on higher profits and
falling capital expenditures. That will allow for larger share buybacks and
dividends. Macquarie Securities expects Samsung to boost dividend per share
to KRW40,000 this year and KRW50,000 next year from KRW28,500 last year.
With adjusted earnings per share likely to grow 102% this year and 38%
next year, Samsung stock looks ripe for rerating. It’s chip peers, like Micron
Technology (MU), Broadcom (AVGO), and Nvidia (NVDA), all have been
rerated over the past 18 months as investors woke up to their exposure to hot
tech themes, from artificial intelligence to the Internet of Things. “Samsung
manufactures chips for Nvidia, is far more profitable in memory chips than
Micron, and is well positioned in areas like chips for artificial intelligence and
Internet of Things,” says Newman. Now if it could only sell its story better. Investor confidence may not pick up until JPMorgan adds domestic China
bond exposure to its widely followed emerging market bond benchmark. JPMorgan last year said that China was under review for inclusion in the J.P. Morgan
Government Bond Index-Emerging Markets Global Diversified, and in September, it said that its stance will be reassessed in 2018. In March, Bloomberg Barclays launched two modified versions of indexes to include China. In July, Citi
added China domestic bonds to three existing emerging market and Asia
indexes; two related products that cap China’s weight; and a new index, the Citi
World Government Bond Index-Extended.
Passive inflows to China bonds tracked by the trio of index providers could
run between $150 billion and $250 billion over time. But indexers are going
slowly because “the settlement process in China’s Bond Connect has not been
ironed out yet,” says Teresa Kong, who manages the Matthews Asia Strategic
Income fund. Fund managers need assurances that they can track an index.
David Bessey, head of the PGIM fixed-income emerging markets debt team,
says that the domestic bond market’s liquidity is relatively untested. PGIM
doesn’t think that China’s high debt load will lead to a financial crisis, but its
portfolio managers are focused on investing in dollar-denominated, liquid Chinese
bonds issued by quasi-sovereigns or state-owned enterprises.
But some exposure is warranted. Asia-based China bull Hayden Briscoe, head
of Asia Pacific fixed income at UBS Asset Management, says that China’s
onshore bond-market growth will be the biggest capital markets change in our
lifetime, that sovereign wealth funds are already diving in, and that indexing will
occur faster than U.S. investors realize. With China’s bond yields rising as the
economy slows, Briscoe likes longer maturities. China’s three-year bond yields
3.63%, while the 10-year yields 3.75%. Triple-A-rated local corporate-bond yields
are around 4.62%.
After last week’s Communist Party Congress, it’s clear that the government
has a big job: managing economic growth while restraining inflation and leverage. On Thursday, China’s third-quarter gross-domestic-product growth came
in at 6.8%, below the 6.9% in the first two quarters. ASSIF SHAMEEN writes about Asian markets from Singapore.
email: dimitra.defotis@barrons.com
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October 23, 2017
Winners and Losers
NYSE BIGGEST % MOVERS
NYSE MOST ACTIVE
Winners
Name (Sym)
Volume Close Change %Chg.
SkechersUSA(SKX)
49907
JupaiHoldings(JP)
6901
NL Industries(NL)
518
CloudPeakEnergy(CLD) 9583
CAI Intl(CAI)
1821
Verso(VRS)
2010
WarriorMetCoal(HCC) 7546
Celadon(CGI)
1750
33.99
28.40
13.10
4.58
37.26
6.91
27.42
6.10
+9.64
+7.89
+2.95
+0.92
+7.09
+1.08
+3.90
+0.85
+39.6
+38.5
+29.1
+25.1
+23.5
+18.5
+16.6
+16.2
Losers
Name (Sym)
Volume Close Change %Chg.
Supervalu(SVU)
17774
BlueCapReins(BCRH)
386
Netshoes(NETS)
1104
HornbeckOffshore(HOS) 2120
BlueLinx(BXC)
2272
BadgerMeter(BMI)
1816
KeyEnergySvcs(KEG)
415
FairmountSantrol(FMSA) 21367
15.03
13.55
10.18
3.19
7.99
43.80
10.58
3.88
–5.17
–3.35
–2.32
–0.67
–1.62
–7.60
–1.83
–0.67
–25.6
–19.8
–18.6
–17.4
–16.9
–14.8
–14.7
–14.7
NYSE AMERICAN BIGGEST % MOVERS
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BovieMedical(BVX)
McClatchy(MNI)
GoodrichPetrol(GDP)
Skyline(SKY)
CommandSec(MOC)
CoreMoldingTech(CMT)
AmShrHosp(AMS)
TakungArt(TKAT)
Volume Close Change %Chg.
1693
308
74
280
227
43
89
24
3.99
8.66
10.23
11.66
3.10
23.70
3.10
3.43
+0.68
+0.93
+0.88
+0.72
+0.16
+1.15
+0.15
+0.16
+20.5
+12.0
+9.4
+6.6
+5.4
+5.1
+5.0
+5.0
Losers
Name (Sym)
Volume Close Change %Chg.
AurynResources(AUG)
801
Reed's(REED)
299
VirnetX(VHC)
10569
Myomo(MYO)
213
KlondexMines(KLDX)
4452
Senseonics(SENS)
3980
RexahnPharm(RNN)
2965
ContangoO&G(MCF)
389
1.75
1.75
5.70
3.25
3.22
2.49
1.85
4.11
–0.41
–0.40
–1.30
–0.70
–0.62
–0.47
–0.32
–0.63
–19.0
–18.6
–18.6
–17.7
–16.1
–15.9
–14.7
–13.3
NASDAQ BIGGEST % MOVERS
Volume Percentage Leaders
Volume Percentage Leaders
Volume %Chg. Close Change
Name (Sym)
Name (Sym)
Volume %Chg. Close Change
BlueLinx(BXC)
EarthstoneEner(ESTE)
KMG Chem(KMG)
PG&E(PCG)
TPG Pace(TPGH)
ChinaRapidFin(XRF)
KennedyWilson(KW)
MaxarTech(MAXR)
Supervalu(SVU)
SkechersUSA(SKX)
NationstarMtg(NSM)
JupaiHoldings(JP)
BadgerMeter(BMI)
SemicondctrMfg(SMI)
Allergan(AGN)
Entercom(ETM)
WarriorMetCoal(HCC)
SoJerseyInd(SJI)
REV(REVG)
SelectMedical(SEM)
2272 1942.5
7.99 –1.62
4006 725.5
9.04 –1.36
2388 667.6 54.82 –0.65
97842 664.7 57.86 +0.14
450 514.5
9.74 –0.02
3914 477.2
9.88 –1.44
16419 466.8 19.40 +0.25
995 455.0 62.65 +3.65
17774 413.2 15.03 –5.17
49907 357.3 33.99 +9.64
5221 311.3 19.65 +0.03
6901 307.4 28.40 +7.89
1816 266.1 43.80 –7.60
2874 256.6
6.64 +0.21
40438 252.2 188.28 –17.24
7915 243.0 11.10 –0.45
7546 238.7 27.42 +3.90
4408 226.9 33.40 –1.89
5001 202.8 27.39 +0.27
12633 201.5 17.80 –0.55
VirnetX(VHC)
10569
TrioTech(TRT)
292
Espey(ESP)
107
inTEST(INTT)
1289
AcmeUnited(ACU)
64
Majesco(MJCO)
109
LGL Group(LGL)
151
McClatchy(MNI)
308
EnviroStar(EVI)
434
NTN Buzztime(NTN)
41
StraightPath(STRP)
511
CheniereEnHldgs(CQH)
585
NuverraEnvl(NES)
64
CheniereEnergy(LNG) 10294
BarHarborBkshs(BHB)
113
AeroCentury(ACY)
44
CPI Aero(CVU)
165
NatlHealthcare(NHC)
150
ParPacific(PARR)
1659
MAG Silver(MAG)
1145
uniQure(QURE)
NewStarFinancial(NEWS)
YintechInvt(YIN)
ImmuneDesign(IMDZ)
ConcurrentComp(CCUR)
AudioCodes(AUDC)
Cree(CREE)
Syntel(SYNT)
SpectrumPharm(SPPI)
AxcelisTechs(ACLS)
TerraFormPower(TERP)
Overstock(OSTK)
SimmonsFirstNat(SFNC)
ConcertPharm(CNCE)
EducDev(EDUC)
Atlassian(TEAM)
ImpaxLabs(IPXL)
SelectComfort(SCSS)
GDSHoldings(GDS)
Stratasys(SSYS)
19999 2722.1
4443 1486.3
2577 973.7
6528 670.9
882 576.7
2014 481.1
35007 476.3
9320 398.2
32072 396.5
9777 380.7
8592 306.2
11565 295.1
2777 277.1
2301 276.2
104 260.4
10883 240.4
27282 238.2
12535 227.0
3222 222.1
8637 219.9
Volume Close Change %Chg.
uniQure(QURE)
Xunlei(XNET)
SpectrumPharm(SPPI)
VikingTherap(VKTX)
ChinaInternet(CIFS)
Overstock(OSTK)
MongoDB(MDB)
Atlassian(TEAM)
19999
6501
32072
11475
1199
11565
13859
10883
19.27 +8.56
6.58 +2.19
19.37 +6.01
3.00 +0.72
29.51 +6.96
38.00 +8.80
30.68 +6.68
50.17 +10.53
+79.9
+49.9
+45.0
+31.6
+30.9
+30.1
+27.8
+26.6
Losers
Volume Close Change %Chg.
ImmuneDesign(IMDZ)
6528
Cenveo(CVO)
1273
RestorationRob(HAIR) 1242
Ardelyx(ARDX)
8486
KalaPharm(KALA)
874
MannKind(MNKD)
58242
InfinityPharm(INFI)
17094
AkceaTherap(AKCA)
1942
5.20
1.59
6.96
5.50
16.87
4.11
2.28
18.44
–5.75
–0.62
–2.64
–1.78
–5.28
–1.17
–0.62
–4.60
–52.5
–28.1
–27.5
–24.4
–23.8
–22.2
–21.4
–20.0
Volume %Chg. Close Change
316.8
5.70
229.5
5.19
210.7 21.95
195.1
8.94
136.0 24.50
109.1
5.77
100.0
5.56
96.1
8.66
92.7 24.55
45.6
5.93
13.0 181.88
8.9 25.48
4.2 11.00
-0.7 46.18
-4.7 32.33
-5.6 13.55
-6.9
9.10
-10.6 65.47
-13.3 20.61
-14.3 11.21
–1.30
–0.02
+0.42
–0.71
–0.35
+0.26
–0.57
+0.93
+0.50
–0.50
–0.42
+0.07
–0.25
–0.69
+0.68
–0.83
+0.25
+2.37
+0.12
–0.47
By Share Volume
19.27 +8.56
12.20 +0.30
14.50 +1.81
5.20 –5.75
6.49 +0.69
8.28 +0.95
33.85 +4.49
24.25 +4.86
19.37 +6.01
33.10 +2.45
13.55 +1.55
38.00 +8.80
60.45 +2.00
16.09 +1.59
11.80 +2.30
50.17 +10.53
21.25 +0.45
34.01 +3.38
15.64 +2.65
23.21 +1.80
By Share Volume
Name (Sym)
Volume Close Change%Chg.
Name (Sym)
Volume Close Change%Chg.
Name (Sym)
Volume Close Change%Chg.
GeneralElec(GE)
BankofAmerica(BAC)
FordMotor(F)
AT&T(T)
Vale(VALE)
RiteAid(RAD)
WeatherfordIntl(WFT)
WellsFargo(WFC)
PG&E(PCG)
Freeport-McMoRan(FCX)
ChesapeakeEner(CHK)
Verizon(VZ)
Snap(SNAP)
ENSCO(ESV)
AK Steel(AKS)
CenturyLink(CTL)
TevaPharm(TEVA)
KeyCorp(KEY)
Alibaba(BABA)
Citigroup(C)
407033 23.83
312801 27.17
175790 12.10
159068 35.54
150329 10.28
118819 1.78
107589 3.54
102649 54.92
97842 57.86
94097 14.83
92110 3.80
90402 49.53
86333 15.56
84717 5.12
84586 6.19
83630 19.04
82266 14.90
81708 18.49
80155 177.32
79701 73.53
TransEnterix(TRXC)
ProtalixBio(PLX)
EnerJexRscs(ENRJ)
NewGold(NGD)
22ndCentury(XXII)
B2Gold(BTG)
NorthernDynasty(NAK)
Globalstar(GSAT)
AmpliphiBiosci(APHB)
CamberEnergy(CEI)
ImmunoCellular(IMUC)
VirnetX(VHC)
CheniereEnergy(LNG)
ComstockMining(LODE)
BioPharmX(BPMX)
PalatinTech(PTN)
DigitalPower(DPW)
AmpioPharm(AMPE)
SRC Energy(SRCI)
NovaGoldRscs(NG)
308780 3.47 +2.01+137.7
31728 0.79 +0.21 +36.2
26523 0.39 +0.12 +45.8
22281 3.65 –0.04 –1.1
22063 2.66 –0.14 –5.0
21404 2.57 –0.21 –7.6
19622 2.05 –0.07 –3.3
17843 1.55 +0.00 +0.0
12817 1.27 +0.11 +9.5
12083 0.16 –0.01 –3.2
11074 0.40 +0.02 +4.7
10569 5.70 –1.30 –18.6
10294 46.18 –0.69 –1.5
9245 0.13 –0.01 –9.0
9208 0.24 –0.04 –15.1
8692 0.82 +0.08 +10.8
7784 0.64 +0.02 +2.7
7511 1.09 +0.01 +0.9
7395 9.27 –0.08 –0.9
7268 4.12 –0.09 –2.1
MicronTech(MU)
Apple(AAPL)
Comcast A(CMCSA)
JD.com(JD)
Intel(INTC)
eBay(EBAY)
PayPal(PYPL)
Microsoft(MSFT)
Netflix(NFLX)
CiscoSystems(CSCO)
Facebook(FB)
NVIDIA(NVDA)
MannKind(MNKD)
Zynga(ZNGA)
Exelixis(EXEL)
CaesarsEnt(CZR)
AppliedMaterials(AMAT)
Groupon(GRPN)
GileadSciences(GILD)
SiriusXM(SIRI)
201806 41.50
125098 156.25
99005 37.22
87403 39.00
86032 40.43
81036 37.61
76975 70.97
76425 78.81
70120 194.16
66129 34.25
65827 174.98
65810 196.90
58242 4.11
51484 3.94
49462 27.17
47851 12.20
46931 56.09
46652 4.80
45875 81.21
45114 5.76
+0.85
+1.34
+0.05
–0.16
–0.17
+0.04
–0.35
+1.23
+0.14
+0.08
–0.08
+1.67
–0.94
–0.41
+0.39
–1.21
–0.08
+0.30
–1.13
+1.42
+3.7
+5.2
+0.4
–0.4
–1.6
+2.3
–9.0
+2.3
+0.2
+0.5
–2.1
+3.5
–5.7
–7.4
+6.7
–6.0
–0.5
+1.6
–0.6
+2.0
By Dollar Volume
Name (Sym)
Name (Sym)
Volume Percentage Leaders
Name (Sym)
Winners
NASDAQ MOST ACTIVE
Name (Sym)
By Share Volume
Winners
Name (Sym)
NYSE AMERICAN MOST ACTIVE
By Dollar Volume
$ Volume Close Change%Chg.
Alibaba(BABA)
13256082 177.32
GeneralElec(GE)
12197851 23.83
BankofAmerica(BAC) 10093984 27.17
IBM(IBM)
8932894 162.07
Allergan(AGN)
7149757 188.28
WellsFargo(WFC)
6504696 54.92
Citigroup(C)
6363085 73.53
AT&T(T)
6275607 35.54
JPMorganChase(JPM) 6269354 99.51
PG&E(PCG)
5369522 57.86
UnitedHealth(UNH)
5283884 207.49
J&J(JNJ)
5212002 142.40
Procter&Gamble(PG) 5209744 88.25
Verizon(VZ)
4689766 49.53
GoldmanSachs(GS)
4625659 244.73
Schlumberger(SLB)
4059934 63.15
AbbVie(ABBV)
3696088 96.10
UnitedContinental(UAL) 3604452 59.90
Boeing(BA)
3525126 264.75
Visa(V)
3493843 107.55
–1.13 –0.6
+0.85 +3.7
+1.34 +5.2
+14.97 +10.2
–17.24 –8.4
+1.23 +2.3
+1.42 +2.0
–0.16 –0.4
+3.65 +3.8
+0.14 +0.2
+14.97 +7.8
+5.97 +4.4
–4.79 –5.1
+1.67 +3.5
+6.20 +2.6
–4.02 –6.0
+5.43 +6.0
–7.67 –11.4
+4.01 +1.5
–1.11 –1.0
Name (Sym)
+1.10 +2.7
–0.74 –0.5
+1.21 +3.4
+0.28 +0.7
+0.76 +1.9
–0.74 –1.9
+2.31 +3.4
+1.32 +1.7
–5.33 –2.7
+0.78 +2.3
+1.24 +0.7
+2.31 +1.2
–1.17 –22.2
+0.11 +2.9
+2.41 +9.7
+0.05 +0.4
+2.15 +4.0
+0.17 +3.7
+0.04 +0.0
+0.04 +0.8
By Dollar Volume
$ Volume Close Change%Chg.
TransEnterix(TRXC)
1103382 3.47 +2.01+137.7
CheniereEnergy(LNG)
474359 46.18 –0.69 –1.5
NewGold(NGD)
87764 3.65 –0.04 –1.1
StraightPath(STRP)
77486 181.88 –0.42 –0.2
SRC Energy(SRCI)
74708 9.27 –0.08 –0.9
VirnetX(VHC)
66889 5.70 –1.30 –18.6
22ndCentury(XXII)
63192 2.66 –0.14 –5.0
B2Gold(BTG)
58553 2.57 –0.21 –7.6
NorthernDynasty(NAK)
44449 2.05 –0.07 –3.3
Globalstar(GSAT)
39533 1.55 +0.00 +0.0
ParPacific(PARR)
34022 20.61 +0.12 +0.6
ImperialOil(IMO)
31916 31.30 –0.15 –0.5
EnerJexRscs(ENRJ)
28474 0.39 +0.12 +45.8
CheniereEnerPtrs(CQP)
27623 28.22 –0.45 –1.6
NovaGoldRscs(NG)
27480 4.12 –0.09 –2.1
SandstormGold(SAND)
27199 4.40 –0.23 –5.0
ProtalixBio(PLX)
21502 0.79 +0.21 +36.2
KlondexMines(KLDX)
20183 3.22 –0.62 –16.1
RingEnergy(REI)
19064 12.42 –0.58 –4.5
AmpliphiBiosci(APHB)
16200 1.27 +0.11 +9.5
Name (Sym)
Apple(AAPL)
NVIDIA(NVDA)
Netflix(NFLX)
Facebook(FB)
Amazon.com(AMZN)
MicronTech(MU)
Celgene(CELG)
Tesla(TSLA)
PayPal(PYPL)
Microsoft(MSFT)
Alphabet A(GOOGL)
AdobeSystems(ADBE)
JD.com(JD)
Alphabet C(GOOG)
GileadSciences(GILD)
Comcast A(CMCSA)
Intel(INTC)
Baidu(BIDU)
LamResearch(LRCX)
eBay(EBAY)
$ Volume Close Change%Chg.
20560504 156.25
13332669 196.90
11902761 194.16
11688657 174.98
9937007 982.91
9016576 41.50
7967358 121.33
7808606 345.10
6756685 70.97
6467134 78.81
55530891005.07
4924232 175.64
3978576 39.00
3954338 988.20
3778826 81.21
3733434 37.22
3657150 40.43
3552011 264.90
3358971 205.34
3104212 37.61
–0.74 –0.5
+2.31 +1.2
–5.33 –2.7
+1.24 +0.7
–20.03 –2.0
+1.10 +2.7
–15.13 –11.1
–10.47 –2.9
+2.31 +3.4
+1.32 +1.7
–2.80 –0.3
+21.71 +14.1
+0.28 +0.7
–1.48 –0.1
+0.04 +0.0
+1.21 +3.4
+0.76 +1.9
+2.22 +0.8
+15.44 +8.1
–0.74 –1.9
Includes Common shares only. All figures reflect activity for the most-recent five-day trading week. Share volume figures are expressed in thousands. Volume percentage leaders exclude stocks with average daily volume of fewer
than 5,000 shares or priced under $5. Average volume is based on 65 trading days. Volume figures do not reflect extended trading hours and include only issues whose price has changed 5% or more with a previous closing price of
$2 or higher. a-Stock has not been in existence or not been traded for 65 consecutive sessions. S-Stock split or stock dividend amounting to 10% or more. X-Ex-dividend
October 23, 2017
BARRON’S
M9
Current
Yield
Bond Markets
What the 10-Year Is Telling Us Now
Bond Center
GLOBAL SHORT-TERM RATES
$
by Lawrence C. Strauss
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THE
SECOND-BY-SECOND
movements of the 10-year
U.S. Treasury are among
the most closely watched
aspects of the bond market. But the signal they’re
sending today may be different than what it once was.
Bob Michele, head of fixed income at
JPMorgan Asset Management, told Barron’s he views the 10-year bond less as an
“indication of growth and inflation expectations” than he once did, thanks to the advent of so-called quantitative easing by the
Federal Reserve in 2008.
Instead, he argues, “what it tells you is
the amount of distortion that quantitative
easing is creating.” Michele, who began his
investing career in the early 1980s, says the
10-year bond should be yielding above 3%
at this point in the economic cycle, based on
his view of growth and inflation pressures,
including wage inflation.
Late last week, the 10-year Treasury
was yielding 2.39%, more than a quarter of
a percentage point above its 2017 low of
2.058% on Sept. 8. For much of this year,
it’s been in a fairly narrow trading range,
between 2.2% and 2.6%. (Bond yields move
in the opposite direction of prices.)
“Under the surface, growth has picked
up globally and inflationary pressures have
picked up, but you aren’t seeing the 10-year
rise a lot,” Michele says. “That’s just the
weight of money” buying a lot of bonds
globally, in particular the Fed and other
central banks, including the Bank of Japan,
the Bank of England, and the European
Central Bank.
Mark Freeman, lead manager of the
Westwood Income Opportunity fund, points
out that “what happens in Europe and Japan
matters to our yields here” in terms of their
decisions to shrink their balance sheets.
The Fed is in the early stages of its balance-sheet reduction program, which covers
Treasuries and mortgage-backed agency
securities. Its balance sheet totals about
$4.5 trillion, more than four times its total
in 2008 before the first round of quantita-
tive easing began.
The U.S. Treasury remains an attractive
option for investors. Late last week, yields
on comparable securities in Japan, the
United Kingdom, and Germany were 0.07%,
1.33%, and 0.45%, respectively. Tony
Crescenzi, a market strategist and portfolio
manager at Pimco, told Barron’s that the
10-year U.S. bond “has the greatest potential to fare well in a risk-off scenario.”
Michele sees the 10-year yield moving to
2.5% by the end of the year, but not much
more. He says he expects more upward
movement to come a year from now when
“you go from global central-bank balancesheet expansion to actual contraction.
That’s when we think you will see the 10year move to 3% and higher.”
£
Euro
GLOBAL LONG-TERM RATES
Yen
email: lawrence.strauss@barrons.com
U.K Gilts
German
Bunds
3%
1.5
1.1
2
0.7
0.3
1
-0.1
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
-0.5
Oct
May
U.S. TREASURY YIELD CURVE
10/21/2016
9/22/2017
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
0
Oct
U.S. Credit - Libor Rate
10/20/2017
Corporate High Yield
Munis
Libor
3.0% 2.2
2 yr = 1.580
2.0
In the meantime, the 10-year continues
to be studied assiduously for clues. That includes the yield curve, which has been getting flatter. Late last week, the spread between the 10-year and two-year Treasuries
was 0.78 percentage point, down from 0.94
point a year ago.
A recent note by Strategas Research
Partners mentions that the yield curve has
inverted—that is, short-term rates have exceeded longer-term ones—four times in the
past 40 years after the spread had narrowed to below 0.75 point. An inversion
often signals a recession.
“We’re certainly mindful of the curve
here, but a flattening curve is different
than an inverted curve,” the Strategas
team wrote, adding that a lot of that flattening was driven by a big uptick in the
two-year Treasury. It topped 1.5% last
week, its highest level since 2008, as the
Fed is expected to hike short-term rates
again this year.
Kathleen Gaffney, a fixed-income manager at Eaton Vance, doesn’t consider the
narrowing spread a harbinger of a recession. “You still have some steepness in the
yield curve” and monetary policy remains
“very accommodative,” she says. 10-Yr. U.S.
T-Note
1.9%
1.0
10 yr = 2.381
30 yr = 2.893
3M
6M
2Y
5Y
10Y
7%
2.1
6
2
5
1.9
4
1.8
3
1.7
2
Libor = 1.83
1.6
30Y
0.0
1.5
1
Jun
0
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Source: Barrons Statistics / Tullett Prebon
Week's Most Active
INVESTMENT GRADE
Issuer Name
Symbol
Coupon
Change
Yield
GS
Goldman Sachs Group Inc
SANTAN
Banco Santander Sa
TGT
Target Corp
GE
General Electric Co
GeCapitalInternationalFundingCompanyUnlimitedCoGE
UNH
Unitedhealth Group Inc
Anheuser-Busch Inbev Finance Inc ABIBB
5.000
3.800
3.900
5.000
4.418
3.750
4.900
Nov 10, 2049
Feb 23, 2028
Nov 15, 2047
Jan 21, 2049
Nov 15, 2035
Oct 15, 2047
Feb 01, 2046
Maturity
Est Vol**
873,512
371,755
371,092
364,382
346,581
335,959
331,903
102.500
100.003
99.962
105.750
108.532
100.107
114.345
High
Low
100.375
99.455
98.550
105.000
107.621
99.288
112.835
n.a.
n.a.
n.a.
-0.750
-0.897
n.a.
-1.624
0.000
3.865
3.983
3.359
3.829
3.790
4.119
8.500
8.750
6.875
7.500
8.125
6.000
5.250
Oct 15, 2025
Dec 01, 2021
Feb 01, 2022
Mar 15, 2025
Apr 01, 2022
Oct 15, 2022
Oct 15, 2025
310,904
252,781
238,079
235,936
233,694
229,111
219,761
99.750 97.813 99.625
113.875 107.250 113.000
77.000 73.250 75.750
107.970 99.938 105.750
102.063 99.375 101.250
103.000 96.420 100.625
100.813 99.188 100.750
1.625
5.469
2.260
5.950
1.750
4.025
1.280
8.564
5.189
14.715
6.226
7.784
5.725
5.077
100.000
99.337
98.194
104.675
106.923
98.810
112.363
Last
HIGH YIELD
West Corp
Bombardier Inc
Chs/Community Health Systems Inc
Bombardier Inc
Tenet Healthcare Corp
Bombardier Inc
Crc Escrow Issuer Llc
WSTC
BBDBCN
CYH
BBDBCN
THC
BBDBCN
CZR
CONVERTIBLE
IPXL
2.000 Jun 15, 2022
441,920 97.625 88.457 97.500
7.029
2.575
Impax Laboratories Inc
DISH
3.375 Aug 15, 2026
237,592 109.200 105.000 106.777
1.555
2.512
Dish Network Corp
WDAY
0.250 Oct 01, 2022
157,325 101.385 99.918 100.629 -0.071
0.122
Workday Inc
HLF
2.000 Aug 15, 2019
147,182 108.278 104.600 104.776 -0.655 -0.622
Herbalife Ltd
BMRN
0.599 Aug 01, 2024
102,130 103.000 98.510 99.000 -3.176
0.751
Biomarin Pharmaceutical Inc
INTC
3.250 Aug 01, 2039
83,831 193.554 189.763 192.850
4.339 -0.693
Intel Corp*
CZR
5.000 Oct 01, 2024
81,929 187.629 181.140 186.133
1.383 -5.166
Caesars Entertainment Corp
* Denotes a security whose last round lot trade did not take place on the last business day prior to publication. **(000).
Source: MarketAxess Corporate BondTicker
M10
BARRON’S
October 23, 2017
Striking
Price
Options
Thomas Peterffy’s Next Move
CBOE VOLATILITY INDEX
by Steven M. Sears
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FORGET ABOUT DOW 23,000.
What matters more than
milestones is identifying
investments that can
prosper in a low-volatility
market and thrive when
high volatility returns.
It isn’t easy to unearth those opportunities, which is probably why Interactive
Brokers Group (ticker: IBKR) isn’t better
known. The company reported strong earnings last week, and though the stock is up
some 35% this year, investors arguably
don’t fully appreciate the strength of the
business.
For the first time, the company’s operations are free of a capital-intensive, marketmaking unit that should let investors more
clearly see the company’s power. In late
September, Two Sigma Securities, part of a
giant hedge fund, completed the deal to buy
Timber Hill. Interactive Brokers is now essentially a muscular, electronic brokerage
firm that offers, among other attributes, a
pure play on higher volatility.
If stocks drop, and the CBOE Volatility
Index, or VIX, reverts from about 10 to its
long-term average of about 19, Interactive
Brokers should perform exceedingly well as
most other stocks struggle. Higher volatility usually encourages investors to trade
more, which means Interactive Brokers
should make more money during a crisis.
“Investors view IBKR as a play on
higher volatility with somewhat limited
downside,” said Sandler O’Neill’s Richard
Repetto.
During the third quarter, Interactive
Brokers reported revenue of $426 million,
up from $345 million in the year-ago quarter. Earnings per share of 44 cents exceeded the consensus estimate of 38 cents.
We have recommended Interactive Brokers stock since it traded in the $20s. Our
view remains animated by respect for
Thomas Peterffy, the company’s founder,
chairman and chief executive. A self-made
Hungarian immigrant, Peterffy long ago
harnessed technology so he could better
trade options for himself when he just
Equity Options
VIX Close
owned and operated the Timber Hill trading firm. He then used what he had learned
to build Interactive Brokers, which delivers
institutional-quality trading technology to
investors at essentially wholesale prices.
We think Peterffy is preparing to seriously challenge major banks, including
Bank of America (BAC), JPMorgan
Chase (JPM), and Wells Fargo (WFC), in
the same way he used technology and low
fees to disrupt the businesses of traditional
brokerage firms.
On the investor call after the earnings
release, Peterffy offered a hint of the future. He talked about the firm’s justreleased debit card, and noted that clients
can now borrow, save and invest without
leaving the Interactive Broker’s platform.
The card is available in America, and will
be introduced in Europe and Canada in the
next six months, then Asia.
THE EQUITY-ONLY PUT-CALL RATIO
VIX Futures
N D J F
Daily Values
M
Put-Call Ratio
A M
J
J
S&P 500 Index
25
140
21
120
17
100
13
80
9
A S O
Source: CBOE
N
D
J
F
60
M A M J J A S O
Source: McMillan Analysis Corp.
SPX SKEW
NDX SKEW
Implied volatility %
Implied volatility %
14%
12%
11
12
10
10
9
8
8
The interest rate on the Interactive
Brokers debit card is simply astounding.
Investors can borrow money at interest
rates of 1.41% to 2.66%. This foray into
banking isn’t fully appreciated by investors
and, arguably, neither is it reflected in the
stock price.
Investors have three primary choices in
situations like this. They can simply buy
stock; sell puts and hope to buy stock on a
decline; or they can use the “half-and-half”
strategy to build positions. If investors
want to hold 1,000 shares, they would buy
500 shares and sell five puts.
With the stock at $49.05, the December
$48 put could be sold for about $1.10. If
the stock declines below the put strike
price, investors are obligated to buy
shares. If the stock advances, investors
can pocket the put premium, and do the
trade yet again.
Regardless of the chosen approach, it’s
likely investors will find that Interactive
Brokers is a company with a lot of blue sky
in front of it. Twitter ID: @sm_sears
e-mail: steve.sears@barrons.com
6
N D J F M A M J
J A S O
Source: Credit Suisse Equity Derivatives Strategy
7
N D J F M A M J
J A S O
Source: Credit Suisse Equity Derivatives Strategy
Skew indicates whether the options market expects a stock-market advance or decline. It measures the difference
between the implied volatility of puts and calls that are 10% out of the money and expire in three months. Higher
readings are bearish.
Week's Most Active
Company
Symbol
Tot Vol
Calls
Puts
Avg Tot Vol
IV %ile
Ratio
RT
5530
3922
1608
264
72
20.9
Ruby Tuesday
SYNT
7754
6778
976
496
34
15.6
Syntel
MZOR
35779
6602
29177
2716
71
13.2
Mazor Robotics
PCG
105044
65915
39129
8552
99
12.3
PG&E Inc.
TRXC
127818
101815
26003
10368
70
12.3
TransEnterix
SVU
23735
13098
10637
1948
59
12.2
SuperValue
NSM
16028
14580
1448
1688
35
9.5
Nationstar Mortgage
OSUR
6700
6012
688
760
68
8.8
OraSure Technologies
IMDZ
2428
1513
915
288
21
8.4
Immune Design
IBM
513109
306872
206237
65556
8
7.8
IBM
QURE
4915
3613
1302
660
24
7.4
uniQure BV
SONC
20762
7628
13134
3252
9
6.4
Sonic Corp.
EA
121271
78482
42789
21016
74
5.8
Electronic Arts
RXDX
4234
3244
990
748
0
5.7
Ignyta Inc.
BGC
28342
20916
7426
5368
3
5.3
General Cable
AUPH
18118
10732
7386
3500
56
5.2
Aurinia Pharm
EXEL
65524
38558
26966
12832
19
5.1
Exelisis
CREE
84131
38623
45508
17580
22
4.8
Cree Inc.
SCSS
27937
9537
18400
5916
11
4.7
Select Comfort
GWW
96756
57331
39425
22528
89
4.3
WW Grainger
This table of the most active options this week, as compared to average weekly activity – not just raw volume. The idea is that the
unusually heavy trading in these options might be a predictor of corporate activity – takeovers, earnings surprises, earnings preannouncements, biotech FDA hearings or drug trial result announcements, and so forth. Dividend arbitrage has been eliminated. In
short, this list attempts to identify where heavy speculation is taking place. These options are likely to be expensive in comparison to
their usual pricing levels. Furthermore, many of these situations may be rumor-driven. Most rumors do not prove to be true, so one
should be aware of these increased risks if trading in these names
Ratio is the Tot Vol divided by Avg Tot Vol. IV %ile is how expensive the options are on a scale from 0 to 100.
Source: McMillan Analysis
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How Analysts Size Up Companies
Edited by Paul Farrell
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research firms. The reports are a sampling of analysts’ thinking; they should not be considered
the views or recommendations of Barron’s. Many of the reports may be obtained through
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• JNJ-NYSE
Outperform • Price $136.12 on Oct. 16
by Raymond James
Third-quarter 2017 results were well
above consensus, although a portion of the
upside stemmed from better performance
from recent deals, and earnings-per-share
quality was mixed. Nonetheless, underlying sales growth (excluding foreign-exchange adjustments and the deals) accelerated to approximately 3.8% year over
year, up from 2.4% in the first half of
2017. The company’s pharmaceutical businesses produced all of the upside versus
our estimates. Underlying EPS growth
was 10.1% Y/Y.
Management raised 2017 guidance to
reflect the third-quarter upside, and the
implied fourth-quarter guidance brackets
the consensus view. Our target price, at
$143, is unchanged.
Goldman Sachs Group
•
GS-NYSE
Buy • Price $236.09 on Oct. 17
by Sandler O’Neill
Higher-than-expected revenue, largely
driven by equity investment gains in the
bank’s investing and lending segment,
drove the third-quarter 2017 beat. Earnings power looks strong.
Despite the third quarter typically being seasonally soft, this year’s run rate of
$5.02 annualizes to north of $20 per share
of earnings power. This suggests it may
not take much of an environmental improvement for Goldman to hit our nearhigh-on-the-Street 2018 EPS estimate of
$23.06 ($21.60 excluding the assumed benefit of a lower corporate U.S. tax rate).
We are increasing our 2017 EPS estimate from $18.90 to $19.44. Our estimate
increase reflects the third-quarter beat,
with a partial offset from increased expense assumptions in the fourth quarter.
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mate from $23.21 to $23.06. Our estimate
reduction primarily results from increased
expense assumptions and increased share
repurchases. Our 2018 EPS estimate excluding the assumed benefit of a lower
corporate U.S. tax rate would be $21.60.
Our unchanged target price of $270 represents 1.5 times our fourth-quarter 2017
tangible book value estimate of $182.22,
consistent with our historical TBV model.
Southwest Airlines
LUV-NYSE
Overweight • Price $58.88 on Oct. 16
by Morgan Stanley
•
Over the past week, we polled investors
for their view on Southwest’s 2018 consensus EPS estimate. Interestingly, the majority of investors (approximately 42%) felt
that the current estimate was “just right,”
given reasonable top-line expectations in
the current environment and costs decelerating from this year’s elevated levels.
The other investor contingents were split
between “too high” (about 29%) and “too
low” (also about 29%).
The former cited domestic market expectations that were overly aggressive
given potential deterioration in the competitive landscape, exacerbated by the airline’s likely increasing capacity. The latter
noted top-line trends that underestimate
the potential from its new reservation system and leverage from the continued endorsement and refinement of the basic
economy idea by legacy carriers.
Currently we forecast 2018 EPS of
$4.79 for LUV, pushing us above the street
by 6%. This level contrasts with our estimates for the rest of our industry coverage, where we broadly fall below by 10%
due primarily to revenue per available seat
mile conservatism and an inclusion of labor
when relevant. And even though we apply
a similar level of RASM conservatism on
Southwest, we see other favorable company-specific factors throughout the
profit-and-loss statements (such as ex-fuel
unit costs, fuel, and share count); overall,
we anticipate these factors to drive indus-
try-leading margins at 20%, putting the
carrier above its peers by three percentage points in 2018 and supporting our
Overweight rating on the shares.
Our price target stands at $67.
Dolby Laboratories
DLB-NYSE
•
Buy • Price $59.48 on Oct. 16
by Dougherty & Co.
The company, which develops and licenses
audio and imaging technologies, will report
fiscal fourth-quarter results on Oct. 25.
There’s a growing ecosystem around
Vision, Dolby’s high-definition imaging
technology—boosted most recently by Apple licensing it for the Apple TV 4K, iPad
Pro, and the iPhone 8, 8S, and X.
Dolby is well-positioned to accelerate
revenue and expand margins. We believe
guidance, and our estimates, remain conservative, laying the groundwork for further outperformance.
We are reiterating our Buy rating and
$63 price target, which is based on 17
times our non-GAAP calendar year 2018
EPS of $3.08 plus the $11/share in cash on
the balance sheet. The company’s dominant competitive position, strong cash
flow, increased traction with new revenue
initiatives, and potential for material operating margin expansion justify the multiple. The stock is currently trading at 15.6
times calendar 2018 EPS ex-cash.
INSIDER TRANSACTIONS: Recent Filings
Sales
Purchases
Insiders
Shares
$ Val
(000's)
Accelerate Diagnostics AXDX
Kalvista Pharmaceuticals KALV
Impac Mortgage Holdings IMH
Conn's CONN
Concurrent Computer CCUR
1
1
1
2
1
449,022
850,000
494,004
130,000
286,040
8,883
7,225
6,052
3,307
1,786
Tandem Diabetes Care TNDM
Akamai Technologies AKAM
Mannkind MNKD
Aevi Genomic Medicine GNMX
Capstar Financial Holdings CSTR
1
1
1
7
1
285,700
19,670
166,600
753,968
21,208
1,000
1,000
1,000
950
432
Espey Mfg And Electronics ESP
Orthopediatrics KIDS
Century Bancorp CNBKA
Del Frisco'S Restaurant DFRG
Erin Energy ERN
3
1
3
1
1
8,959
10,000
2,035
8,900
32,547
195
188
175
113
97
Oil Dri Corp Of AmericaODC
Ferrellgas Partners LpFGP
Zafgen ZFGN
Wilhelmina International WHLM
York Water YORW
1
2
1
1
13
1,500
9,000
10,000
5,243
937
63
45
39
34
31
Company /Symbol
Insiders
Shares
$ Val
(000's)
Facebook FB
Handy & Harman LtdHNH
Servicenow NOW
Hp HPQ
Constellation Brands STZ
3
7
1
1
2
285,795
724,334
100,000
525,719
52,500
49,288
22,031
12,051
11,024
10,992
Delta Air Lines DAL
On Semiconductor ON
Avis Budget Group CAR
Palo Alto Networks PANW
Eaton Vance EV
3
3
1
3
3
200,001
531,959
250,000
64,248
176,302
10,630
10,413
10,255
9,629
9,009
Weyerhaeuser WY
Broadridge Financial Solutions BR
Dollar Tree DLTR
Twitter TWTR
Amicus Therapeutics FOLD
1
1
3
1
5
227,341
94,039
83,108
409,115
511,295
7,969
7,706
7,568
7,345
7,321
Okta OKTA
Molina Healthcare MOH
Carnival CCL
Workday WDAY
Public Service EnterprisePEG
3
1
1
7
1
249,409
112,500
90,903
54,898
119,880
7,060
6,964
6,128
5,908
5,868
Company /Symbol
An insider is any officer, director or owner of 10% or more of a class of a company's securities. In most cases, an insider must report any trade to
the SEC within two business days. The tables highlight companies that filed with the SEC through last Wednesday. The tables do not include
pension-plan or employee stock-option activity, trades by beneficial owners of 10% or more, trades under $2 per share or trades under 100
shares. The "Purchases" column includes only open-market and private purchases; the "Sales" column includes only open-market and private sales,
and excludes trades preceded by option exercise in the 12 months prior to the reported event.
Source: Thomson Reuters
INSIDER TRANSACTIONS RATIO
70
60
50
40
Bearish
30
20
10
Bullish
N
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Ratio = 7
J
F
M
A
M
J
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S
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0
Ratio of Insiders Sales to Buys. Readings under 12:1 are Bullish. Those over 20:1 are Bearish.
The total top 20 sales and buys are 225,160,275 and 32,613,125 respectively;
Source: Thomson Reuters
BARRON’S
13D Filings
increasing its holdings to 2,702,531 (8.4%).
The shares are tied to put options purchased the same day, due to expire in January 2018; may be exercised at $80 apiece.
Investors Report to the SEC
Decreases in Holdings
13Ds are filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission within 10 days of an entity’s
attaining a greater than 5% position in any class of a company’s securities. Subsequent
changes in holdings or intentions must be reported in amended filings. This material has
been extracted from filings released by the SEC from Oct. 12 through Oct. 18, 2017.
Source: InsiderScore.com
Activist Filings
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Sears Holdings (SHLD)
Bruce Berkowitz, founder and chief investment officer of Fairholme Capital
Management, notified Sears Holdings
[ticker: SHLD] on Oct. 14 that he would
be stepping down from the board effective
Oct. 31. The decision did not arise “from
any disagreement” with Sears or its management, Berkowitz said.
In an Oct. 17 letter to Fairholme investors, Berkowitz said, “I believed my board
service would enable me to better communicate Fairholme’s perspective in substantially greater depth and detail than would
otherwise have been the case. I believe
that I have achieved that objective, and
was pleased to have the opportunity to assist in developing [Sears’] strategic restructuring program, which was announced earlier this year.”
Berkowitz went on to state that “from
the start,” his representation of Fairholme
on the board “would be as limited as possible,” and that upon determining he could
be of “more value from outside,” decided
to step down as a director. He concluded
that “Fairholme clients continue to beneficially own a significant interest in common
stock of Sears Holdings”… having “not
sold a single share to date in 2017.”
In its Oct. 14 SEC filing, Fairholme disclosed a holding of 25,424,540 shares
(23.7% of the total shares outstanding) following the in-kind distribution of 491,064
shares on Oct. 12 within Fairholmeadvised accounts.
Pharmaceuticals’ IPO of 7,050,000 shares,
purchasing 550,000 at $17 apiece, subject
to a 180-day lockup period. After the investment, New Enterprise reported holding 4,909,956 shares (18.8%), including
4,359,956 converted from pre-IPO common
and preferred securities immediately before the close of the public offering.
Increases in Holdings
Consol Energy (CNX)
Southeastern Asset Management cut its
stake to 47,716,501 shares (20.7%) by selling 902,728 at prices ranging from $14.36
to $16.79 apiece in the span from Aug. 23
through Oct. 13.
Western New England Bancorp (WNEB)
Clover Partners reduced its position to
633,794 shares (2%) after selling 1,070,894
at $10.90 each on Oct. 10.
Ascent Capital Group (ASCMA)
Okumus Fund Management sold 128,990
shares at prices ranging from $13.24 to $14
apiece from Aug. 10 through Oct. 10. In doing so, it reduced its position to 1,0271394
shares (8.6%).
ACADIA Pharmaceuticals (ACAD)
On Oct. 13, Baker Brothers Advisors acquired 1,371,133 shares through the cashless exercise of warrants at an exercise
price of $1.38 each, increasing its ownership to 27,339,279 shares (22.1%) inclusive
of 148,378 potential shares upon the exercise of additional 2018 warrants.
Deckers Outdoor (DECK)
Marcato Capital Management bought
750,000 shares on Oct. 16 at $64.58 apiece,
Ruby Tuesday (RT)
Chimera Capital cut its ownership stake
to 1,628,727 shares (2.7%) after selling
4,126,758 for $2.11 to $2.39 apiece from
Aug. 28 to Oct. 18.
CECO Environment (CECE)
Luther King Capital Management sold
31,440 shares at $7.20 to $8.46 each from
Aug. 29 to Sept. 25, trimming its holding
to 1,701,689 (4.9%).
Original Filings
The Activist Spotlight
Ocean Rig UDW (ticker: ORIG)
Business: international offshore
drilling contractor
Investor’s Avg Cost: $23.98/share
Stock Market Value: $2.4 billion
($25.55/share)
What’s Happening: Elliott Associates has formed a group with
Avenue Capital and BlueMountain
Capital, and as a group they are encouraging Ocean Rig to explore strategic options.
Key Numbers and dates:
39.0%: common stock owned by
the group
Nov. 3, 2017: the next extraordinary general meeting
Behind the Scenes: Ocean Rig
recently emerged from bankruptcy
and is one of the only drillers that
has a net cash position, as most of
its peers are significantly leveraged.
This puts it in a very good position
to make it through to a market recovery. What’s more, the company’s
new rigs are attractive high-quality
assets, but its shares still trade at a
discount to its competitors’ shares.
According to the company’s restructuring agreement, Elliott, as a
17%-plus shareholder, is entitled to
one board seat, and two other directors will be designated by the three
next largest shareholders owning at
least 7.5%, two of whom are Avenue
and BlueMountain.
So, at the next extraordinary
general meeting, three of the
board’s seven directors will be designated by the group. Moreover,
these three directors will be required to approve all major actions
taken by the company. Between this
board structure and the fact that the
group owns such a large percentage
of the company, their suggestions to
the company will certainly be
treated seriously and promptly. If
there are consolidation opportunities
available, the group will make sure
the board is considering them.
—KENNETH
Rhythm Pharmaceuticals (RYTM)
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and targets of, shareholder activism.
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key technology sector.”
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Oct. 19: On the 30-year anniversary of
Black Monday, the tone could not be any
more different, with stocks pushing
record highs by the day and volatility almost nonexistent. That said, equity
futures are lower in the U.S. this morning (feels like we haven’t written that in
weeks), after yesterday’s Dow 23,000
applause was quieted overnight by a disappointing earnings outlook from eBay
(ticker: EBAY). There have been plenty
of macro factors pushing stock prices
higher this year, with the earnings backdrop probably the most important. In
the first half of 2017, Standard & Poor’s
500 operating earnings rebounded 20%
year over year, the strongest growth
since the economy was emerging from
the financial crisis in 2010.
Meanwhile, the Federal Reserve has
stuck to an ubercautious tightening path,
pausing the interest-rate-hike campaign
while balance-sheet normalization gets
under way and still whittling down the
neutral level of the federal-funds rate.
The biggest concern (at least for those
wired as contrarians) is that everything
just looks so rosy, and volatility has been
extremely low.
—ROBERT KAVCIC
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Oct. 19: Again, looking out further, we
can imagine how the successes of 2017
could lead to terminal excess in 2018 or
2019, particularly in the key technology
sector, whose status is starting to resemble the conglomerates of the late 1960s.
We suggested back in early 2010 that the
“go-go” cycle of the 1960s may be a use-
ful metaphor for the then-nascent cycle,
and nothing that has happened since has
changed our mind. Fifty years ago, there
was a naive belief that the strength of
management and implementation of technology shown by a number of leading
corporations meant that they could be
trusted to combine a wider and wider
array of businesses under a corporate
umbrella before a combination of rising
inflation, higher interest rates, and worsening economic conditions exposed the
flaws behind this business model.
The steady extension of technology
leadership into an increasing array of
economic spheres may be dominated by
investment and innovation rather than
acquisition (although there have increasingly been examples of the latter), but
the broadening of their scope of operations and increasing degree of internal
competition seem likely to be key factors
in the ultimate termination of this long
and powerful cycle. —MICHAEL SHAOUL
Initial Jobless Claims Dip
Commentary
by Maria Fiorini Ramirez Inc.
mfr.com
Oct. 19: With hurricane-related filings
appearing to have run their course, seasonally adjusted initial unemployment
claims for the week ended Oct. 14 fell by
22,000, to 222,000, from a slightly revised
244,000 in the preceding span (originally
reported as 243,000). The seasonally adjusted four-week moving average was
248,000, which followed 258,000 last week
and 267,000 the week before that.
The median forecast for the Oct. 14
week was for a decline to 240,000 (our
own estimate was 235,000), and therefore
the result was below expectations.
—JOSHUA
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39.71
25.83
45.12
14.75
40.72
12.48
85.24
75.58
19.72
7.15
11.39
35.65
46.60
5.55
43.03
9.94
4.95
20.22
71.06
67.70
48.22
56.60
98.26
17.35
35.46
140.00
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29.80
261.43
22.31
13.29
86.42
40.70
177.83
25.71
26.30
6.70
45.54
7.58
13.10
6.13
53.19
6.14
36.25
164.52
198.31
67.82
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51.50
111.88
44.78
154.74
25.98
111.02
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101.43
58.88
141.31
49.30
46.96
451.99
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184.70
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25.51
89.81
256.80
79.69
266.25
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26.15
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95.25
24.92
12.72
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15.66
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5.99
31.06
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10.60
66.50
48.93
15.00
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4.93
12.05
26.00
3.17
35.10
6.02
3.44
13.66
52.15
44.80
22.37
37.38
55.06
8.81
26.70
112.31
5.99
21.40
153.28
15.16
9.52
39.66
21.97
82.21
18.32
17.90
4.89
14.65
5.35
4.00
4.16
39.97
3.02
16.04
104.59
130.48
42.92
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41.01
87.82
29.26
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5.95
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101.73
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510.52
13.15
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182.80
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197.69
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34.88
27.03
66.55
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7.63
14.61
24.30
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60.01
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Adecoagro
Adient
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AdvanceAuto
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Aegon
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AerohiveNtwks
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AirLease
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AlbanyIntl
Albemarle
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Alexander&Baldwin
Alexanders
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AlgonquinPwr
Alibaba
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AlleghenyTechs
Allegion
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AllianceOne
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Allstate
AllyFinancial
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Alteryx
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8.63
38.76
25.46
42.63
12.85
35.32
11.13
83.85
70.82
19.62
4.45
6.19
14.00
43.65
4.62
35.54
7.54
4.09
19.56
57.04
47.20
42.74
56.32
96.10
13.76
29.43
139.49
14.14
26.25
160.90
18.31
10.34
85.10
35.85
86.78
24.68
18.30
6.20
44.05
5.45
4.50
5.82
53.06
3.98
34.40
160.84
197.54
67.25
44.36
49.52
107.65
44.14
154.22
23.56
107.82
7.11
79.69
57.70
140.78
47.93
44.95
422.15
122.26
11.01
177.32
564.65
24.62
88.02
188.28
78.93
239.37
10.90
25.35
43.87
39.53
92.97
24.89
11.69
22.05
26.02
11.01
65.00
22.00
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–0.15
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–0.16
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–0.19
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–0.34
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–0.48
+0.01
–1.27
+0.30
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+0.22
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–1.40
+0.18
–1.13
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–0.23
–0.28
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–0.90
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+2.12
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+1.44
+0.11
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–0.59
–0.17
–.03
1.64
.88
1.01
.87
.62
–1.71
6.42
1.96
1.80
–.90
–.03
1.13
2.15
–1.04
2.10
–.32
.25
.75
5.13
2.33
1.91
.94
3.63
.06
.94
5.44
1.00
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7.43
.62
.02
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1.91
6.20
–.44
.50
.44
1.12
–.07
1.11
.24
5.10
–.73
.27
6.41
8.57
1.40
.71
1.97
4.29
3.44
2.89
1.92
3.46
–.07
6.54
1.64
5.68
–2.19
–.18
16.91
–1.99
.33
2.60
29.59
–5.97
2.39
38.18
3.14
7.34
–7.05
2.23
1.64
1.27
4.67
2.15
–.07
–.47
–1.13
–4.18
7.28
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1.77
1.22
1.88
1.10
2.93
1.03
6.69
3.06
1.82
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2.55
.22
2.93
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1.03
.78
–2.21
1.93
2.57
2.50
5.53
–.03
.29
6.55
...
1.08
9.08
1.19
.69
9.38
2.85
5.16
.53
.76
.46
2.92
.36
.32
.78
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.90
9.54
14.48
2.31
.84
1.93
4.90
3.45
6.23
1.95
4.21
.11
7.37
1.90
4.38
3.18
.51
...
1.47
...
4.88
–7.73
.40
3.79
16.21
3.37
18.07
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2.08
2.01
2.12
5.72
2.23
1.64
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–.31
–2.84
3.26
.67
–.37
.55
2.31
1.40
2.06
1.18
2.88
1.22
6.80
3.79
1.85
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.44
2.76
.26
2.99
.06
.37
.88
4.65
2.75
2.98
2.82
6.55
.02
.21
7.16
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1.31
9.80
1.22
.75
10.34
3.19
6.14
.62
.97
.49
3.19
.28
.75
.76
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1.02
10.17
16.40
2.58
.89
1.65
5.99
4.04
6.99
2.35
4.54
.20
7.62
2.36
5.04
3.29
1.00
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2.01
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6.49
28.43
1.14
4.23
17.20
3.65
21.42
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2.27
2.14
2.28
7.08
2.63
1.43
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.52
–.95
3.55
1.26
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.7626
.17
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.43
.14
.10
.08
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.11
.38
.17
.0275
.265
.64
.20
.26
1.33
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.13
.12
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.132
.10
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.875
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.26
.10
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.17
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4.25
.86
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.70
.535
.52
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.315
.15
.37
.12
.35
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52-Week
High Low Name
7.03
61.74
8.00
19.50
19.11
44.83
21.25
52.53
19.00
74.59
30.51
93.35
106.52
23.98
67.47
25.26
18.45
9.99
25.42
56.31
148.71
24.00
87.87
50.00
154.31
97.85
68.83
8.39
18.60
88.00
15.34
7.88
73.33
48.28
107.71
60.14
14.77
127.32
88.60
12.73
22.87
35.74
27.85
199.23
54.24
6.35
151.85
69.00
46.86
19.92
32.47
20.68
69.00
90.79
36.27
26.33
43.81
8.99
17.40
29.97
86.47
47.88
16.40
30.69
10.60
24.54
9.05
14.39
23.25
76.70
196.27
17.13
14.98
27.60
22.96
54.45
84.53
36.00
71.00
14.87
8.23
67.90
6.71
57.80
26.70
39.35
106.99
4.70
46.97
4.60
11.02
10.83
37.54
12.61
43.43
10.23
57.89
15.39
65.03
73.38
19.63
57.35
16.33
11.10
4.92
12.19
37.47
99.72
14.20
69.41
42.00
86.25
68.38
43.98
4.50
10.25
64.73
6.09
5.17
39.96
36.02
75.11
43.00
8.89
98.28
59.95
9.83
17.66
27.01
18.23
114.85
41.00
4.75
107.19
38.14
39.66
16.17
17.62
17.32
43.50
70.32
28.03
12.52
32.73
6.92
12.86
18.84
60.13
40.22
8.30
16.75
5.20
19.88
5.00
12.24
14.75
54.00
79.05
12.43
12.66
20.29
13.55
36.38
58.52
24.48
47.50
9.02
5.35
51.62
3.61
35.05
19.30
32.20
78.50
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Ameren
Ameresco
AmericaMovil
AmericaMovil A
AmericanAssets
AmericanAxle
AmCampus
AmerEagle
AEP
AmEqtyLf
AmericanExpress
AmericanFin
AmerHomes4Rent
AIG
AIG Wt
AmerMidstreamPtrs
AmRltyInv
AmericanRenal
AmerStWater
AmerTowerREIT
AmerVanguard
AmerWaterWorks
Amerigas
Ameriprise
AmerisourceBrgn
Ametek
AmiraNatureFoods
Ampco-Pitt
Amphenol
AmplifySnack
Amrep
AnadarkoPetrol
AnadarkoPeteUn
Andeavor
AndeavorLog
AngloGoldAsh
AB InBev
AnixterIntl
AnnalyCap
AnteroMidstream
AnteroMidstream
AnteroResources
Anthem
AnthemUn
AnworthMtg
Aon
Apache
ApartmtInv
ApolloComRlEst
ApolloGlobalMgmt
AppleHospREIT
AppliedIndlTechs
Aptargroup
AquaAmerica
AquaVenture
Aramark
ArborRealty
ArcLogisticsPtrs
ArcelorMittal
ArchCoal
ArcherDaniels
Archrock
Arconic
ArcosDorados
Ardagh
ArdmoreShipping
AresCommRealEst
AresManagement
Argan
AristaNetworks
ArlingtonAsset
ArmadaHoffler
ArmourRes
ArmstrongFlooring
ArmstrongWorld
ArrowElec
ArtisanPtrsAsset
AsburyAutomotive
AshfordHospPrime
AshfordHosp
AshlandGlobal
AspenAerogels
AspenIns
AssociatedBanc
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- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
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ABEV
AEE
AMRC
AMX
AMOV
AAT
AXL
ACC
AEO
AEP
AEL
AXP
AFG
AMH
AIG
AIG.WS
AMID
ARL
ARA
AWR
AMT
AVD
AWK
APU
AMP
ABC
AME
ANFI
AP
APH
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AXR
APC
AEUA
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ANDX
AU
BUD
AXE
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AMGP
AM
AR
ANTM
ANTX
ANH
AON
APA
AIV
ARI
APO
APLE
AIT
ATR
WTR
WAAS
ARMK
ABR
ARCX
MT
ARCH
ADM
AROC
ARNC
ARCO
ARD
ASC
ACRE
ARES
AGX
ANET
AI
AHH
ARR
AFI
AWI
ARW
APAM
ABG
AHP
AHT
ASH
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AHL
ASB
AC
AIZ
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1.7
1.7
2.7
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3.7
3.2
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1.5
1.3
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2.0
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12.4
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1.8
1.9
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1.9
8.5
2.2
1.8
.5
...
2.0
.9
...
...
.4
9.8
2.2
8.6
4.0
3.5
...
9.8
1.2
4.6
...
1.4
5.1
9.9
1.0
2.4
3.3
10.0
6.5
6.3
1.8
1.4
2.3
...
1.0
8.6
10.6
...
1.9
2.9
4.0
.9
...
2.7
...
8.0
6.7
1.5
...
17.2
5.4
8.4
...
...
...
6.7
...
6.3
7.0
1.3
...
2.3
1.9
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2.1
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26
26
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6
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18
12
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56
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29
46
71
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63
20
4
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20
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18
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10
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9
13
24
19
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27
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32
8
27
4
31
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13
26
12
50
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30
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19
15
22
7
28
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17
19
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13
6.71
61.56
7.70
19.24
19.06
39.07
18.70
43.62
13.50
73.98
30.09
92.09
105.26
21.58
64.87
22.63
13.35
8.94
13.10
55.61
139.07
22.90
87.76
44.88
154.12
83.21
68.58
5.99
18.25
86.57
7.35
6.71
49.01
38.28
106.56
45.95
9.50
125.49
88.00
12.29
19.10
29.88
19.46
194.69
51.62
6.06
151.54
41.53
44.07
18.44
32.03
19.05
65.65
89.20
36.02
12.79
43.29
8.39
16.65
29.84
75.43
43.49
11.90
27.17
10.50
20.99
8.55
13.56
18.55
67.65
191.68
12.76
14.17
27.13
15.92
53.55
83.58
35.90
55.85
10.12
6.85
66.73
4.31
42.30
25.90
37.75
99.89
–0.27
+1.15
–0.20
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–2.16
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–1.38
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–0.77
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–0.19
+1.71
+1.45
–0.85
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–0.90
–0.60
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–0.08
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–0.05
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–0.63
–0.16
–0.14
+1.22
–0.15
+1.19
–2.63
+0.05
+0.13
+1.85
+0.07
–0.99
–1.23
–0.63
+10.86
+0.79
–0.01
+2.16
–0.07
–0.59
+0.12
+0.90
–0.17
+2.10
+0.36
+1.21
–1.03
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+0.07
–0.04
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+6.04
–0.51
–0.45
+0.01
+0.50
–0.03
–0.35
–0.08
+0.15
+0.90
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+0.07
–0.05
+0.16
–0.05
+0.25
+0.61
+0.95
–1.70
–0.13
–0.24
+0.27
...
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+1.50
+0.15
+4.18
.23
2.68
.26
.14
.14
.72
3.06
.75
1.16
1.24
.97
5.65
7.33
–.14
–.78
...
–1.11
–.25
–.28
1.62
1.98
.44
2.62
1.77
7.81
6.32
2.19
.84
–6.68
2.61
.36
...
–5.90
...
6.12
1.87
.15
.72
3.59
1.39
1.18
1.24
–2.88
9.21
...
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5.16
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2.67
1.74
2.11
.76
3.40
3.17
1.32
–.78
1.16
.83
.83
5.56
51.02
2.16
–.80
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.37
–5.91
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1.41
1.20
4.50
2.50
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–1.67
.33
1.87
5.68
1.57
7.40
.55
–.95
–.46
–.52
2.67
1.26
.41
9.13
.23
2.81
.42
1.16
22.96
.62
3.30
.67
1.13
3.65
2.65
5.83
5.97
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3.35
...
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...
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1.73
3.02
.66
3.00
1.12
11.28
5.88
2.52
.95
–.48
3.10
.35
...
–2.03
...
6.74
2.59
.12
4.29
5.33
1.20
.19
1.63
.32
11.83
...
.53
6.50
.03
.34
1.82
2.50
1.03
3.10
3.34
1.36
–.93
1.96
.90
.58
3.25
8.51
2.54
–.20
1.18
.40
1.68
–.18
1.05
1.82
4.67
4.71
2.31
.41
2.68
.22
2.73
7.33
2.36
6.31
–.24
–1.10
4.39
–.86
–2.82
1.43
...
3.47
.27
3.02
.51
1.02
20.30
.75
3.08
.87
1.15
3.88
2.69
6.48
6.82
.18
5.27
...
–.18
...
.71
1.79
3.72
.86
3.27
2.82
12.58
6.05
2.80
1.11
1.10
3.31
.47
...
–.63
...
7.94
3.09
.74
5.11
5.92
1.19
.45
2.10
.76
12.90
...
.50
8.05
.44
.48
2.04
2.91
1.01
3.43
3.64
1.44
–.69
2.19
.84
.70
2.97
6.82
2.86
.12
1.53
.42
1.90
.47
1.22
1.85
3.71
5.64
2.25
.42
2.42
.47
3.02
8.06
2.56
6.46
.37
–.99
3.28
–.43
3.91
1.53
...
7.09
.0498
.4575
...
.1599
.1599
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...
.44
.125
.59
.24
.35
.35
.05
.32
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...
.255
.66
.015
.415
.95
.83
.365
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...
.09
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.9852
.0944
2.1928
...
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...
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.6563
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.36
.25
.36
.46
.52
.10
.29
.32
.2047
...
.103
.18
.44
...
.35
.32
.12
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...
.27
.31
1.00
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...
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.225
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Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
52-Week
High Low Name
45.73
35.60
26.40
12.30
55.22
27.30
2.75
89.00
67.69
127.75
53.74
813.70
199.52
49.04
102.55
10.91
52.83
51.50
6.96
34.10
29.43
22.00
29.37
25.55
10.19
6.85
43.25
15.05
2.13
68.51
22.07
93.31
38.20
491.13
158.32
35.42
68.55
6.18
37.78
35.67
2.23
24.27
19.43
14.20
AssuredGuaranty
AstraZeneca
AtHomeGroup
Atento
Athene
AtkoreIntl
AtlanticPower g
AtmosEnergy
Autohome
Autoliv
AutoNation
AutoZone
Avalonbay
Avangrid
AveryDennison
Avianca
Avista
Avnet
AvonProducts
AxaltaCoating
Azul
AzurePowerGlbl
AGO
AZN
HOME
ATTO
ATH
ATKR
AT
ATO
ATHM
ALV
AN
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AGR
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AVH
AVA
AVT
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3.6
1.8
1.4
2.7
1.8
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48.95
49.88
22.00
7.77
48.27
13.25
44.62
39.12
39.48
32.95
17.21
11.01
24.65
59.96
17.72
52.10
40.82
43.06
23.25
9.35
11.79
95.80
30.51
127.84
11.75
31.61
6.99
48.74
32.70
27.18
15.06
1.55
37.30
29.50
38.23
14.55
3.65
41.83
10.31
33.37
28.73
32.53
15.00
10.60
7.36
18.05
36.16
1.61
31.16
31.44
35.65
12.25
6.04
6.91
64.92
25.51
61.12
6.86
21.06
4.40
31.98
22.70
16.28
4.70
0.09
25.02
B&G Foods
BB&T
BBVABancoFr
BBX CapitalA
BCE g
BEST
BHPBilliton
BHPBilliton
BP
BP Prudhoe
BRF
BRT Apartments
BT Group
BWX Tech
Babcock&Wilcox
BadgerMeter
BakerHughes
Ball
BancCalifornia
BancoBilbaoViz
BancoBradesco
BancodeChile
Bladex
BancoMacro
BancSanBrasil
BcoSantChile
BancoSantander
BanColombia
BancorpSouth
BankofAmerica
BankofAmWtA
BankofAmWtB
BankofButterfield
BGS
BBT
BFR
BBX
BCE
BSTI
BHP
BBL
BP
BPT
BRFS
BRT
BT
BWXT
BW
BMI
BHGE
BLL
BANC
BBVA
BBDO
BCH
BLX
BMA
BSBR
BSAC
SAN
CIB
BXS
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2.8
1.2
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4.9
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4.2
4.7
6.2
13.8
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7.1
7.6
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1.2
2.0
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2.5
5.0
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2.8
5.3
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2.9
2.9
1.7
1.8
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11
13
25
22
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16
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17
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37.88
34.62
21.99
11.55
53.72
20.00
2.50
86.87
59.14
122.97
45.50
590.06
181.19
48.30
99.71
7.50
52.19
40.59
2.28
29.31
27.38
15.49
+0.99
+0.01
–0.05
–0.30
–0.86
+0.71
–0.05
+0.58
–1.32
–3.00
+1.50
–9.10
+0.59
+0.31
–2.23
–0.04
–0.04
–0.05
–0.11
+1.04
–0.34
+0.98
6.61
1.38
.48
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4.21
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–1.02
3.38
1.61
6.42
4.15
44.07
7.52
2.04
3.54
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2.15
4.08
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–.32
–1.66
4.86
1.89
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5.14
1.42
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3.61
2.27
6.19
3.55
46.78
4.87
2.22
4.83
1.06
1.95
3.31
.09
1.12
.29
–.47
3.06
1.89
.94
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5.23
1.59
–.21
3.82
2.75
7.11
3.91
51.25
4.68
2.39
5.36
1.31
2.05
3.76
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1.41
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7.23
46.95
11.20
41.27
36.47
38.75
19.60
13.84
10.10
18.12
59.86
4.33
43.80
33.26
42.30
20.45
8.57
10.85
92.38
29.30
125.00
9.34
30.81
6.56
43.49
32.35
27.17
15.04
1.23
36.18
+0.25
+0.80
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–0.13
–0.40
–0.20
–0.93
–0.83
–0.35
–1.90
–0.93
–0.04
–0.47
+0.67
+0.33
–7.60
–0.47
–0.05
+0.10
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–0.17
–0.59
–0.09
–1.80
–0.15
–0.40
–0.02
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+0.90
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2.77
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2.51
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2.21
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2.04
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2.23
1.25
1.76
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1.11
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1.94
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2.23
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1.49
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4.01
1.41
1.50
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1.20
2.08
2.80
1.24
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2.72
2.77
1.68
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1.80
2.03
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1.19
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2.01
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2.20
8.34
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1.88
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3.68
1.65
1.82
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2.78
2.23
3.44
1.61
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2.37
2.37
2.27
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1.85
2.23
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1.34
1.20
2.38
1.22
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2.56
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2.02
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4.18
1.93
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DJ U.S. Total Market Industry Groups
Dow Jones Averages ......................
Dow Jones Per Share Values ...........
Earnings Scoreboard .....................
Exchange Traded Portfolios ...........
Federal Reserve Data Bank .............
Foreign Exchange ..........................
Global Stock Markets.....................
Gold & Silver Prices.........................
Gold Mining Index .........................
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52-Week
High Low Name
90.80
78.86
55.29
65.07
14.25
41.00
12.05
330.16
13.15
13.20
72.87
26.16
20.78
44.81
64.75
5.61
19.95
212.54
86.31
5.35
14.45
51.98
35.80
73.17
283390
189.04
40.00
60.09
63.32
56.54
491.74
8.24
6.50
39.51
242.79
240.50
54.42
72.02
78.74
47.55
19.86
11.78
489.79
35.09
32.47
31.80
11.00
20.83
11.78
18.95
264.83
36.25
377.17
17.26
39.67
52.77
181.10
140.13
72.97
62.32
41.93
51.21
7.10
28.38
8.77
203.63
5.03
6.25
37.95
19.06
13.81
14.03
43.13
2.13
9.67
161.29
60.06
2.23
11.00
40.60
24.25
55.55
213680
142.35
28.00
42.74
37.10
42.40
290.05
2.66
0.32
17.00
154.89
171.50
16.56
54.76
61.75
41.10
15.12
6.65
336.84
23.33
29.00
19.85
5.00
13.45
6.36
14.25
134.25
17.80
23.33
5.90
29.90
33.09
128.70
113.69
BankofHawaii
BankofMontreal g
BankNY Mellon
BkNovaScotia g
Bankrate
BankUnited
Barclays
Bard CR
Barnes&NobleEduc
Barnes&Noble
BarnesGroup
BarracudaNtwks
BarrickGold
BasicEnergySvcs
BaxterIntl
BaytexEnergy g
BeazerHomes
BectonDickinson
Belden
BellatrixExplor
Belmond
Bemis
BenchmarkElec
Berkley
BerkHathwy A
BerkHathwy B
BerkshireHills
BerryGlobal
BestBuy
BigLots
Biglari
BillBarrett
BioAmber
BiohavenPharm
Bio-RadLab A
Bio-RadLab B
Bitauto
BlackHills
BlackHillsUn
BlackKnight
BlackStoneMin
BlackBerry
BlackRock
BlackstoneGroup
BlackstoneMtg
BlockHR
BlueApron
BlueCapReins
BlueLinx
BoardwalkPipe
Boeing
BoiseCascade
BonanzaCreekEner
BootBarn
BoozAllen
BorgWarner
BostonBeer
BostonProperties
The Week’s Statistics
Barron's 50-Stock Average .............
Cash Track .....................................
Charting the Market ......................
Closed-End Funds..........................
Coming Earnings ...........................
Conference Call Calendar...............
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Delta Tactical Sentiment ................
Distributions & Offerings ...............
Dividend Boosts - Reductions.........
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BOH
BMO
BK
BNS
RATE
BKU
BCS
BCR
BNED
BKS
B
CUDA
ABX
BAS
BAX
BTE
BZH
BDX
BDC
BXE
BEL
BMS
BHE
WRB
BRK.A
BRK.B
BHLB
BERY
BBY
BIG
BH
BBG
BIOA
BHVN
BIO
BIO.B
BITA
BKH
BKHU
BKI
BSM
BB
BLK
BX
BXMT
HRB
APRN
BCRH
BXC
BWP
BA
BCC
BCEI
BOOT
BAH
BWA
SAM
BXP
2.4
3.7
1.8
3.9
...
2.4
2.1
.3
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8.2
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...
1.0
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1.4
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2.5
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2.1
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2.4
1.9
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2.7
5.4
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7.2
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2.1
6.3
7.8
3.7
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8.9
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2.7
2.1
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1.1
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22
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25
42
85.09
78.24
53.12
64.15
13.95
35.06
10.31
330.16
6.68
7.35
71.89
23.08
16.03
17.27
63.59
2.54
19.80
211.83
83.69
2.41
13.55
47.15
30.50
70.13
283352
189.04
39.65
59.88
55.83
52.52
345.89
4.54
.67
31.67
221.94
218.30
50.16
66.97
71.88
45.95
17.35
11.12
476.62
34.46
31.83
25.72
5.08
13.55
7.99
14.67
264.75
35.40
32.93
8.30
37.94
52.20
172.85
122.93
+2.00
+0.11
–1.55
–0.45
...
+0.94
+0.16
+6.78
+0.49
+0.10
+0.35
+0.77
–0.64
–1.14
+0.77
–0.26
+0.48
+10.40
–0.94
–0.17
–0.40
+0.60
–5.00
+2.72
+2502.50
+1.67
+0.70
+0.82
+0.73
+1.08
+6.42
+0.38
+0.09
–0.03
–1.17
–9.71
–0.35
–0.70
–2.07
–0.85
+0.13
–0.45
+1.13
+1.53
+0.37
+0.52
–0.08
–3.35
–1.62
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+4.01
+0.45
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+0.87
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+1.07
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4.23
5.23
3.15
4.37
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2.09
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7.03
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.30
2.48
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.56
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9.01
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4.49
2.65
–.45
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2.48
1.29
4.68
9.76
9.76
1.88
1.89
3.81
3.32
81.28
–3.08
–.78
–4.48
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.95
–1.25
1.37
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19.04
1.56
2.53
1.91
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1.77
1.18
7.61
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1.67
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6.79
3.26
4.33
6.49
3.53
5.24
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2.36
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11.87
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.49
2.88
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2.39
–.19
.72
9.46
5.45
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2.36
1.52
2.60
9821.43
6.55
2.29
3.04
4.05
4.24
–2.07
–.73
–.58
–5.00
2.85
2.85
.97
3.55
...
1.38
.91
.09
22.32
2.67
2.48
1.97
–1.62
–.15
...
1.33
10.05
1.73
.83
.57
1.92
3.71
5.83
2.66
4.77
6.64
3.95
5.57
.82
2.65
1.14
12.92
.49
.56
3.07
.87
.83
–.51
2.67
–.29
1.18
10.46
6.05
...
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2.67
1.66
3.26
12229
8.16
2.68
3.44
4.26
4.52
–.77
–.88
–.05
–4.29
4.51
4.51
2.00
3.65
...
1.62
.76
.10
25.43
3.04
2.63
2.05
–.73
2.27
...
1.43
10.82
2.19
1.48
.67
2.05
4.00
6.37
2.87
.52
.717
.24
.6294
...
.21
.053
.26
...
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.14
...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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.9688
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.3125
...
2.50
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.62
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1.42
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.14
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Key Foreign Market Indexes ...........
Market Lab ....................................
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Mutual Funds ................................
N.Y. Stock Exchange ......................
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Other Market Indexes ....................
Pulse of the Economy.....................
S&P Dow Jones Indexes..................
SEC Form 144 Filings ......................
Stock Splits - Special Dividends ......
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Winners & Losers Stocks ................
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New York Stock Exchange Composite List
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
29.83
21.76
28.90
40.50
18.18
4.55
29.94
15.85
25.92
88.13
28.18
55.84
87.30
66.10
21.88
73.41
26.91
84.58
16.31
43.15
31.78
44.91
24.96
36.00
50.24
60.28
59.71
63.82
73.01
27.10
14.96
15.85
83.75
104.07
21.82
19.67
13.56
16.77
31.70
14.04
2.72
15.26
6.34
17.90
59.00
10.55
29.50
36.24
46.01
6.21
52.71
17.35
59.86
9.94
32.04
21.72
30.76
20.31
26.61
36.05
45.17
43.72
42.02
52.53
13.50
9.87
8.05
59.04
68.94
19.29
BostonScientific
Box
BoydGaming
Brady
BrandywineRealty
BrasilAgro
Braskem
BridgepointEduc
Briggs&Stratton
BrightHorizons
BrightScholarEduc
BrinkerIntl
Brink's
Bristol-Myers
Bristow
BritishAmTob
BrixmorProp
BroadridgeFinl
BrookdaleSrLiving
BrookfieldMgt
BrookfieldBusPtr
BrookfieldInfr
BrookfieldPropPtr
BrookfieldRenew
Brown&Brown
Brown-Forman A
Brown-Forman B
Brunswick
BuckeyePtrs
Buckle
Buenaventura
Build-A-Bear
Bunge
BurlingtonStores
BylineBancorp
BSX
BOX
BYD
BRC
BDN
LND
BAK
BPI
BGG
BFAM
BEDU
EAT
BCO
BMY
BRS
BTI
BRX
BR
BKD
BAM
BBU
BIP
BPY
BEP
BRO
BF.A
BF.B
BC
BPL
BKE
BVN
BBW
BG
BURL
BY
144.70
37.37
16.70
46.30
25.90
17.05
12.35
40.35
71.07
70.10
37.39
29.52
53.78
50.40
49.11
53.67
12.27
25.03
138.07
22.30
25.56
17.69
38.06
33.67
29.93
25.95
28.45
6.95
12.55
88.58
8.98
788.00
61.34
27.14
23.71
17.88
38.93
36.61
22.10
23.42
43.75
8.10
14.75
18.53
14.94
62.95
96.39
13.36
64.23
45.84
24.32
92.22
84.48
35.28
179.17
35.94
99.83
54.80
96.92
17.89
10.27
9.95
...
11.41
84.88
16.92
116.40
77.64
69.89
70.56
50.98
29.11
29.47
99.75
23.70
5.50
43.17
13.11
132.12
36.64
72.56
7.07
9.75
109.11
14.74
96.05
6.75
5.66
0.17
14.08
10.73
7.15
25.40
56.32
55.03
22.18
3.26
45.81
35.14
38.78
34.51
7.09
14.85
108.05
14.50
15.48
13.27
31.55
24.48
23.16
16.35
12.03
2.58
6.45
69.30
7.42
563.46
47.99
20.02
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71.91
11.60
10.02
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15.84
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10.80
76.49
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58.57
25.53
22.75
17.43
38.91
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21.45
10.63
43.25
5.70
14.39
10.97
14.90
52.55
92.26
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45.97
44.35
20.83
89.22
81.58
33.02
177.61
35.78
98.32
47.64
89.67
12.92
10.16
9.73
1.14
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66.71
15.44
103.80
75.14
65.88
66.02
50.09
24.71
25.83
93.73
13.34
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13.59
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1.66
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120.89
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20.90
14.95
13.79
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1.47
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59.16
1.74
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12.86
43.35
53.78
16.55
2.12
23.94
1.95
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68.80
2.42
155.29
36.37
54.18
27.98
193.00
146.96
24.45
44.84
32.50
72.96
76.14
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39.75
11.93
13.93
3.73
20.98
61.62
6.35
68.40
12.37
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23.35
48.85
21.90
46.98
44.75
91.85
12.30
45.50
43.01
77.27
16.09
23.48
79.20
49.70
39.67
24.64
63.04
10.60
27.95
11.33
4.75
3.84
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28.85
19.50
84.40
13.42
41.68
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4.96
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22.34
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214.53
212.54
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60.30
20.03
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37.25
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3.55
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99.87
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4.27
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64.81
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24.92
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1.9
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7.0
...
...
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3.3
2.6
...
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3.3
...
3.2
2.4
2.5
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2.5
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2.2
8.6
3.8
1.5
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2.2
2.4
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5.7
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2.3
8.2
4.4
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2.5
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2.1
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3.3
1.0
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1.5
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...
1.1
2.4
2.5
6.4
...
8.2
3.2
2.1
3.5
.8
8
29
11
5
21
21
4
21
11
28
dd
30
33
dd
dd
53
38
3
dd
8
28
32
38
dd
11
6
35
12
9
2
31
13
3
dd
11
dd
10
16
cc
...
10
dd
69
25
dd
14
22
27
24
22
40
12
15
13
55
14
...
16
69
dd
dd
35
dd
42
29
33
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24
dd
...
19
dd
48
26
21
20
21
33
27
96
dd
18
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22
34
26
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cc
8
15
17
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28
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46
9.66
12.85
7.96
9.91
96.50
29.70
6.75
32.82
26.70
19.04
11.55
115.17
21.82
8.74
15.86
210.20
55.89
19.04
3.80
2.15
27.49
81.15
118.64
16.00
7.90
19.14
10.92
7.55
25.48
1.28
16.22
51.03
1.39
13.28
73.42
9.88
34.92
51.66
14.35
1.29
23.66
1.23
324.76
67.95
1.31
154.00
33.82
46.18
21.94
191.42
117.34
19.75
35.90
25.70
53.66
73.53
.11
38.33
7.25
13.39
2.49
18.45
56.21
4.17
44.75
7.02
11.35
127.77
4.58
16.25
40.35
1.04
46.38
41.93
71.44
8.31
43.98
42.75
72.32
12.50
21.26
79.07
49.70
36.35
21.93
55.74
6.44
27.68
9.63
2.46
2.57
8.69
3.13
28.55
17.60
65.35
4.38
33.91
134.11
3.75
15.72
50.25
15.88
84.86
211.25
212.54
10.85
3.99
26.85
37.90
10.42
26.02
235.35
111.14
37.65
125.89
89.49
26.12
48.83
36.73
113.69
30.06
31.59
9.15
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+0.06
–0.06
+0.19
+5.94
+0.34
+0.14
+0.66
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–1.21
–0.95
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–0.45
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–0.15
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–1.03
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–0.30
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–0.07
–0.86
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–0.01
+0.68
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–0.71
–1.06
–1.44
–0.97
–1.54
–0.07
–0.05
+0.47
–0.06
–1.69
+0.60
–0.07
+5.16
–0.42
–1.78
+0.07
+5.27
+2.48
–0.45
–0.14
–0.10
–1.72
+1.42
–0.01
+1.35
–0.09
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–0.33
–0.13
+0.35
–0.55
–0.16
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+0.92
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–3.91
+1.00
–3.64
–5.50
+0.18
–0.27
+0.71
+1.40
+0.32
–1.52
+0.20
1.47
.49
...
–.49
3.43
1.00
.74
1.50
2.33
1.16
–.31
3.23
.81
...
–.47
6.48
.04
3.30
–6.45
.36
1.13
2.86
–.27
–3.05
.69
2.92
.24
.76
...
.67
...
4.00
.37
...
...
–2.45
...
...
.05
–3.65
1.94
–.08
.77
2.46
–.48
8.87
1.60
1.75
.51
7.19
–4.38
2.18
2.19
2.08
.61
4.72
...
1.97
.04
–.13
–.90
.25
–.69
.39
2.90
.87
–.34
5.33
.35
...
2.09
–85.35
1.49
1.45
2.61
.34
2.00
1.04
2.72
.21
.68
2.68
...
1.72
.47
2.32
–15.54
.24
1.26
.08
.08
1.08
.28
.96
.51
4.79
–11.52
1.46
–10.85
–.90
–4.85
–2.91
–3.70
4.12
7.52
7.52
–.04
.31
1.08
–1.08
...
1.40
5.59
7.42
4.51
7.90
1.47
1.87
1.19
2.14
1.54
3.23
–.03
.30
1.31
.48
.55
.37
4.93
1.33
...
1.63
2.22
1.95
–.03
5.10
.59
.37
.23
8.20
3.57
2.19
.68
...
.82
2.87
4.10
–1.82
.64
2.33
...
.87
3.63
...
.66
4.20
...
–3.77
6.58
–.93
4.40
3.73
.28
...
2.31
...
7.42
2.85
–.48
7.36
1.64
1.93
1.74
10.03
4.24
–.02
2.05
1.88
1.71
5.27
...
2.53
...
–.17
–.52
.71
.68
–.09
2.26
.95
.27
5.63
–.40
–.93
2.37
–7.74
1.90
...
3.85
.11
2.02
1.73
2.90
.29
.07
4.69
...
1.76
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2.57
–.38
...
1.14
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1.15
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1.03
1.60
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1.88
1.63
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4.09
8.42
8.42
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1.29
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1.88
9.72
10.63
3.37
8.43
1.97
1.55
2.33
2.40
1.82
1.69
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1.52
.62
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5.47
1.42
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1.84
3.39
1.83
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5.62
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8.78
4.82
2.05
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...
1.22
3.45
4.97
2.10
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2.42
...
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2.97
...
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4.46
...
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6.89
.78
4.34
4.17
.54
...
2.51
...
10.46
3.16
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10.71
1.66
2.11
1.99
11.34
5.20
.14
2.25
1.99
2.59
5.91
...
2.78
...
–.46
–.36
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1.22
–.12
3.69
.79
.35
6.02
–.19
–.65
2.68
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1.98
...
4.14
.38
2.21
2.00
3.13
.44
.26
5.31
...
2.09
1.46
2.74
.07
...
1.33
.42
.42
1.45
.19
1.17
1.74
3.88
–.72
2.04
1.80
.07
.97
1.29
.83
4.25
9.28
9.29
1.13
.39
1.57
.59
.93
1.94
10.83
11.56
4.08
9.76
2.68
1.45
2.58
2.42
2.17
1.83
.99
1.26
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...
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...
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...
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.28
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1.08
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...
.174
1.0387
...
...
1.5014
...
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1.3446
...
...
.90
...
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...
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1.6376
.19
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...
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.0375
.32
...
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...
.235
...
...
...
.0687
...
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.84
...
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...
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...
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.3626
.4559
.0368
.2696
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.36
.72
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...
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...
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.47
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.0756
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
8.18
45.97
16.18
23.32
9.59
16.50
84.52
10.50
14.37
213.83
16.17
14.74
28.30
19.80
29.80
108.88
61.61
24.00
28.06
55.65
99.53
37.80
177.30
114.92
36.93
14.27
5.07
29.19
10.10
15.33
7.09
13.00
59.81
6.86
8.22
146.03
12.34
6.46
18.51
14.10
23.26
79.38
51.57
14.03
22.83
39.58
72.96
26.80
121.22
82.77
24.68
6.12
Costamare
Cotiviti
Cott
Coty
CousinsProperties
Covanta
Crane
Crawford A
Crawford B
Credicorp
CreditSuisse
CrescentPoint g
CrestwoodEquity
CrossTimbers
CrossAmerPtrs
CrownCastle
CrownHoldings
CryoLife
CubeSmart
Cubic
Cullen/Frost
Culp
Cummins
CurtissWright
CustomersBancorp
CypressEnergy
CMRE
COTV
COT
COTY
CUZ
CVA
CR
CRD.A
CRD.B
BAP
CS
CPG
CEQP
CRT
CAPL
CCI
CCK
CRY
CUBE
CUB
CFR
CULP
CMI
CW
CUBI
CELP
6.5
...
1.6
3.2
2.6
6.5
1.6
2.9
1.6
1.8
4.4
4.0
10.0
8.0
9.5
4.0
...
...
4.1
.5
2.3
1.1
2.4
.5
...
10.6
42.45
60.21
16.45
6.80
5.20
6.67
62.95
25.96
113.71
58.42
93.40
29.64
91.64
4.40
37.00
95.22
18.65
70.16
22.31
72.72
132.50
36.05
27.85
82.50
104.09
55.75
92.67
75.94
4.29
34.70
19.48
50.69
137.59
22.65
12.08
6.20
62.88
31.85
127.23
83.44
88.00
29.36
74.33
116.10
60.49
83.79
14.23
81.65
54.16
34.85
221.58
44.72
48.91
27.08
12.50
42.10
41.12
95.19
1.21
2.50
71.88
99.47
50.10
69.40
4.69
35.58
88.40
30.14
127.40
110.64
17.93
12.89
8.36
85.70
7.41
29.70
42.96
8.11
1.75
3.29
2.84
47.26
15.14
89.66
50.10
64.06
14.53
76.27
1.25
18.01
60.97
11.51
53.58
10.27
44.00
85.27
21.30
14.76
46.64
60.50
40.05
53.21
59.47
0.91
27.91
11.89
28.79
99.46
10.06
8.73
2.36
24.52
17.95
85.63
45.51
36.71
12.25
55.01
90.60
44.99
65.97
8.29
69.51
47.26
23.20
153.58
33.99
35.85
18.02
5.63
25.23
33.78
65.50
0.95
1.80
64.01
81.05
29.83
35.85
2.41
18.70
72.34
22.97
100.46
70.33
12.76
5.84
0.11
49.03
6.49
DCP Midstream
DCT Industrial
DDR
DHI Group
DHT
DRDGOLD
DST Systems
DSW
DTE Energy
DTE EnergyUn
DXC Tech
Dana
Danaher
Danaos
DaqoNewEnergy
Darden
DarlingIngred
DaVita
DeanFoods
DeckersOutdoor
Deere
DelekLogistics
DelekUS
DellTechnologies
DelphiAutomotive
DeltaAir
DelticTimber
Deluxe
DenburyRscs
Despegar.com
DeutscheBank
DevonEnergy
Diageo
DiamondOffshore
DiamndrckHspty
DianaShipping
Dick's
DieboldNixdorf
DigitalRealty
Dillard's
DineEquity
DiplomatPharmacy
DiscoverFinSvcs
Disney
DolbyLab
DollarGeneral
DominionDiamond
DominionEner
DominionEnerUn
DominionEnerMid
Domino's
Domtar
Donaldson
DonnelleyFin
DorianLPG
DouglasDynamics
DouglasEmmett
Dover
DoverDowns
DoverMotorsports
DowDuPont
DrPepperSnap
DrReddy'sLab
Dril-Quip
DriveShack
Ducommun
DukeEnergy
DukeRealty
D&B
DycomInds
DynagasLNG
Dynegy
DynegyAWt
DynegyUn
DynexCapital
DCP
DCT
DDR
DHX
DHT
DRD
DST
DSW
DTE
DTV
DXC
DAN
DHR
DAC
DQ
DRI
DAR
DVA
DF
DECK
DE
DKL
DK
DVMT
DLPH
DAL
DEL
DLX
DNR
DESP
DB
DVN
DEO
DO
DRH
DSX
DKS
DBD
DLR
DDS
DIN
DPLO
DFS
DIS
DLB
DG
DDC
D
DCUD
DM
DPZ
UFS
DCI
DFIN
LPG
PLOW
DEI
DOV
DDE
DVD
DWDP
DPS
RDY
DRQ
DS
DCO
DUK
DRE
DNB
DY
DLNG
DYN
DYN.WS.A
DYNC
DX
9.2
2.1
8.9
...
2.0
4.1
1.2
3.9
2.9
5.8
.8
.8
.6
...
...
3.0
...
...
3.4
...
1.9
9.7
2.3
...
1.2
2.3
.4
1.6
...
...
1.2
.7
3.0
...
4.7
...
2.5
1.9
3.0
.7
8.5
...
2.1
1.6
.9
1.2
2.8
3.9
6.5
3.6
1.0
3.7
1.5
...
...
2.3
2.3
2.0
...
2.6
...
2.6
.9
...
...
...
4.0
2.6
1.7
...
12.6
...
...
10.8
9.8
2.95
32.54
114.95
73.44
34.62
12.04
109.37
91.97
7.49
77.70
75.74
31.76
82.99
63.80
18.75
2.00
18.84
77.60
55.10
26.15
4.10
81.99
54.53
2.70
65.50
49.63
21.45
69.20
42.95
1.00
ECA Marcellus
elfBeauty
EllieMae
EMCOR
ENI
ENSCO
EOG Rscs
EPAM Systems
EP Energy
EPR Prop
EQT
EQT GP
EQT Midstream
ESCO Tech
EXCO Res
ECT
ELF
ELLI
EME
E
ESV
EOG
EPAM
EPE
EPR
EQT
EQGP
EQM
ESE
XCO
17.0
...
...
.5
5.9
.8
.7
...
...
5.8
.2
3.0
5.2
.5
...
16
43
dd
dd
82
dd
39
15
19
15
dd
dd
dd
15
dd
87
17
62
46
dd
20
17
20
26
13
29
6.16
35.29
14.84
15.85
9.19
15.35
84.11
9.71
12.16
208.62
16.10
7.23
24.05
14.84
26.11
104.99
60.87
20.40
26.59
53.05
99.17
30.30
177.10
114.08
32.40
7.95
+0.08
+0.51
–0.16
–1.21
–0.24
+0.30
+2.47
–0.24
+0.06
–0.04
+0.27
–0.33
–0.25
+0.28
+0.11
+2.49
+0.17
+0.10
+0.17
+0.60
+3.05
–1.60
+4.48
+0.87
–0.66
+0.17
.79
.55
–.61
–.66
...
–.03
2.07
.60
.60
13.10
–1.29
–1.37
–3.55
1.06
.22
.95
3.56
.32
.45
.06
4.70
1.78
8.23
4.15
2.31
.13
.79
1.54
...
.69
.45
–.25
4.48
.77
.77
14.22
.77
.30
–.98
...
.03
1.12
4.04
.32
.69
–.62
5.23
1.83
9.95
4.54
2.70
.42
.67
1.69
.31
.97
.11
.11
4.99
.87
.87
16.17
1.21
–.11
–.26
...
.46
1.40
4.49
.39
.72
1.65
5.65
1.58
11.07
4.98
2.94
.40
.10
...
.06
.125
.06
.25
.33
.07
.05
3.7843
.7161
.0241
.60
.099
.6225
1.05
...
...
.27
.135
.57
.08
1.08
.15
...
.21
18
59
dd
dd
dd
cc
12
14
19
...
dd
6
27
dd
8
21
34
9
17
99
22
15
dd
dd
21
11
cc
16
dd
56
dd
8
25
17
22
dd
10
dd
49
14
10
cc
12
18
30
19
20
23
...
24
36
17
27
19
dd
33
68
22
cc
20
33
21
36
74
dd
29
26
31
39
17
13
dd
...
...
5
33.81
58.43
8.51
2.20
4.06
3.55
60.03
20.40
112.24
55.59
91.89
29.27
90.79
1.45
36.95
82.77
17.44
59.35
10.45
66.09
129.15
29.15
25.56
82.24
96.84
53.27
89.12
73.62
1.19
30.10
16.98
34.93
135.31
15.28
10.73
4.07
26.67
21.30
123.39
53.81
45.83
21.39
66.57
99.40
59.77
83.61
14.19
80.00
51.70
32.40
186.11
44.37
47.17
21.67
7.73
41.85
39.81
94.95
1.04
1.95
71.18
89.03
36.68
40.30
3.67
34.42
87.93
28.85
118.13
84.47
13.41
9.26
.16
64.68
7.36
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4.36
3.65
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3.80
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4.29
1.31
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D
E
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
110.85
15.71
21.81
93.61
91.39
17.30
4.61
3.80
81.63
52.06
3.43
134.89
10.36
84.45
82.82
43.16
121.45
12.50
58.70
3.91
9.48
17.00
15.74
27.43
31.07
24.95
24.56
24.45
41.46
66.10
21.98
47.25
43.96
17.36
24.80
26.22
44.52
13.85
5.07
4.55
10.95
6.31
27.74
64.44
60.07
20.05
27.99
10.33
84.74
39.16
20.45
19.59
20.75
16.80
82.72
16.55
85.72
27.54
30.25
7.15
55.15
74.75
31.95
12.04
147.02
32.51
90.80
68.83
3.00
17.73
18.85
45.10
270.04
111.79
102.70
38.80
8.65
83.30
277.17
8.99
64.19
19.52
27.50
39.88
14.39
20.95
34.05
83.23
93.22
73.83
8.02
17.94
63.99
66.10
6.20
0.04
0.05
59.07
34.44
1.60
110.65
7.65
65.60
67.44
35.57
81.12
8.11
43.50
1.77
5.90
15.30
12.26
19.74
21.12
17.58
18.67
5.65
24.47
49.38
18.62
29.55
22.80
13.75
13.42
13.87
37.37
8.01
2.08
3.05
7.67
4.25
18.35
46.16
40.98
13.77
17.43
6.26
61.33
25.70
14.70
14.43
14.40
8.75
52.00
9.45
66.71
22.31
24.01
4.90
30.80
39.66
24.45
5.79
89.59
28.04
65.87
58.28
1.72
7.22
6.65
25.84
200.01
75.30
69.85
26.75
6.65
51.55
191.11
1.21
50.56
14.15
14.50
29.82
5.28
13.26
14.51
68.09
76.05
EagleMaterials
EarthstoneEner
EasterlyGovtProp
EastGroup
EastmanChem
EastmanKodak
EastmanKodakWt
EastmanKodakWt
Eaton
EatonVance
EclipseResources
Ecolab
Ecopetrol
EdgewellPersonal
EdisonInt
EducationRealty
EdwardsLife
eHiCarServices
ElPasoElectric
EldoradoGold g
ElevateCredit
EllingtonFin
EllingtonResiMtg
EmbotellAndinaA
EmbotellAndinaB
Embraer
EmeraldExpo
EmergeEnergy
EmergentBiosol
EmersonElectric
EmpireStateRealty
EmployersHldgs
EmpresaDisCom
EnableMidstream
EnbridgeEnergy
EnbridgeEnPtrs
Enbridge g
Encana
EndeavourSilver
EnduroRoyalty
EnelAmericas
EnelChile
EnelGenChile
Energen
Energizer
EnergyTrfrEquity
EnergyTransfer
Enerplus g
EnerSys
Engility
EnLinkMid
EnLinkMidPtrs
Ennis
EnovaIntl
EnPro
Entercom
Entergy
EntergyBds
EnterpriseProd
Entravision
Envestnet
EnvisionHlthcr
EnvivaPartners
EnzoBiochem
Equifax
EquityCommnwlth
EquityLife
EquityResdntl
EquusTotReturn
EraGroup
ErosIntl
EssentGroup
EssexProp
EsteeLauder
EsterlineTechs
EthanAllen
Euronav
EvercoreA
EverestRe
Everi
EversourceEner
Evertec
EvolentHealth
Exelon
Express
ExtendedStayAmer
Exterran
ExtraSpaceSt
ExxonMobil
EXP
ESTE
DEA
EGP
EMN
KODK
KODK.WS
KODK.WS.A
ETN
EV
ECR
ECL
EC
EPC
EIX
EDR
EW
EHIC
EE
EGO
ELVT
EFC
EARN
AKO.A
AKO.B
ERJ
EEX
EMES
EBS
EMR
ESRT
EIG
EDN
ENBL
EEQ
EEP
ENB
ECA
EXK
NDRO
ENIA
ENIC
EOCC
EGN
ENR
ETE
ETP
ERF
ENS
EGL
ENLC
ENLK
EBF
ENVA
NPO
ETM
ETR
ENO
EPD
EVC
ENV
EVHC
EVA
ENZ
EFX
EQC
ELS
EQR
EQS
ERA
EROS
ESNT
ESS
EL
ESL
ETH
EURN
EVR
RE
EVRI
ES
EVTC
EVH
EXC
EXPR
STAY
EXTN
EXR
XOM
39.07
82.60
50.33
95.08
16.43
47.12
49.63
186.37
149.00
13.12
4.70
11.97
77.78
149.01
21.94
31.81
227.00
118.10
10.68
23.92
18.10
16.93
31.38
35.98
18.48
95.50
69.80
1.74
50.98
7.05
14.61
20.25
59.75
35.55
45.91
12.02
31.65
31.97
150.95
109.77
2.47
2.46
8.06
39.09
120.50
11.68
24.52
168.00
50.39
4.22
12.46
6.28
7.12
21.10
22.84
11.00
73.25
27.58
0.74
35.28
4.65
9.79
FB Financial
FBL Financial
FCB Financial
FMC
FNB
FTI Consulting
Fabrinet
FactSet
FairIsaac
FairmountSantrol
FangHoldings
FarmlandPtrs
FedAgriMtg C
FederalRealty
FederalSignal
FederatedInvest
FedEx
Ferrari
Ferrellgas
Ferro
FiatChrysler
FibriaCelulose
Fidelity&Guaranty
FidelityNatlFin
FNFV Group
FidelityNtlInfo
58.com
FirstAcceptance
FirstAmerFin
FirstBanCorp
FirstCmwlthFin
FBK
FFG
FCB
FMC
FNB
FCN
FN
FDS
FICO
FMSA
SFUN
FPI
AGM
FRT
FSS
FII
FDX
RACE
FGP
FOE
FCAU
FBR
FGL
FNF
FNFV
FIS
WUBA
FAC
FAF
FBP
FCF
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4.9
2.8
2.3
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1.9
2.4
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1.1
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4.3
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2.3
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11.4
11.2
2.7
2.8
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1.2
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2.9
2.1
1.3
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8.2
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5.0
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6.6
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9.7
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2.7
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5.3
6.7
3.8
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2.4
1.4
1.7
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3.7
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110.00
9.04
20.32
90.90
88.82
6.40
.08
.07
78.93
51.90
2.26
132.80
9.94
66.66
79.60
36.51
113.08
11.27
57.25
2.17
7.66
15.73
14.33
26.50
29.10
20.39
22.60
7.47
40.58
65.78
20.47
46.35
41.50
15.52
14.36
14.99
39.31
11.38
2.30
4.05
10.87
5.94
27.11
52.67
45.53
17.26
17.54
8.60
68.57
33.41
16.30
16.08
20.45
14.90
79.49
11.10
85.66
26.17
25.25
5.30
53.30
45.13
30.40
9.98
109.97
30.00
87.39
66.14
2.40
9.53
13.20
44.50
259.34
108.80
96.35
31.25
8.45
78.55
236.67
7.80
62.13
14.55
17.00
39.58
6.62
20.36
30.44
81.77
83.11
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–1.36
–0.45
–1.33
+0.17
–0.25
+0.02
–0.01
+0.40
+0.83
–0.15
–1.29
+0.23
–5.04
+1.61
–0.88
+4.83
+0.41
–0.85
–0.09
+0.29
+0.08
–0.13
+0.65
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–0.72
–0.21
+0.27
+1.81
–0.35
–0.50
–1.19
–0.21
–1.06
–0.71
–2.18
–0.03
–0.21
–0.03
+0.20
–0.16
+0.25
–0.21
–2.93
–0.74
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+0.60
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2.93
5.75
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4.21
2.12
–.84
4.14
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2.99
3.97
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2.61
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–.48
1.31
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1.13
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1.62
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4.59
4.43
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15
21
41
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cc
8
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9
16
8
48
cc
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15
10
20
38.35
78.55
47.75
94.55
13.59
36.84
36.65
185.76
146.59
3.88
4.20
9.08
74.90
125.80
21.45
31.57
225.07
114.60
4.86
23.69
16.72
16.24
31.20
35.70
18.00
95.28
67.08
1.07
50.45
4.80
14.13
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–1.03
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...
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–0.25
+0.32
–0.37
+0.02
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+0.14
+0.03
2.10
4.28
2.31
1.56
.78
2.05
2.63
6.51
3.39
–.78
...
.09
5.97
3.50
.71
2.03
11.07
...
–.55
–.25
1.32
.87
1.66
2.34
2.34
1.72
...
–.71
3.09
.43
.67
1.89
4.45
2.80
2.43
.95
1.87
3.46
8.19
4.04
.27
.03
–.04
5.85
3.23
.79
2.07
12.51
3.19
.15
1.27
2.49
.96
2.65
2.40
1.73
4.28
.94
...
3.44
.47
.73
2.41
4.35
3.22
5.15
1.09
2.08
3.97
8.96
4.18
.51
.18
...
6.60
3.17
1.01
2.10
15.12
3.47
.10
1.48
2.92
1.25
2.81
2.46
–.18
4.88
1.88
...
3.66
.48
.87
...
.44
...
.165
.12
...
...
.56
.02
...
...
.1275
.36
1.00
.07
.25
.50
.6794
.10
...
...
.2101
.065
.1805
...
.29
...
...
.38
...
.08
F
...
2.2
...
.7
3.5
...
...
1.2
.1
...
...
5.6
1.9
3.2
1.3
3.2
.9
...
8.2
...
...
...
.8
2.0
...
1.2
...
...
3.0
...
2.3
October 23, 2017
BARRON’S
M17
New York Stock Exchange Composite List
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
19.20
20.84
31.83
10.92
105.52
63.60
34.83
14.26
18.30
6.15
16.74
36.83
176.42
47.00
14.51
21.00
52.10
58.37
14.65
103.82
79.43
13.27
8.33
26.30
18.45
37.67
73.21
8.05
18.54
7.73
67.77
26.25
17.91
25.94
85.03
13.57
22.45
44.30
47.65
17.06
50.22
66.86
8.05
58.74
16.58
13.01
14.92
24.85
5.92
72.43
39.80
27.93
4.90
8.12
3.80
12.80
25.06
121.52
29.37
4.48
15.05
37.51
37.04
11.90
73.45
30.58
10.47
3.53
17.79
15.61
29.14
46.81
4.50
11.35
4.11
52.05
10.05
11.03
16.71
53.31
6.04
15.20
29.85
33.02
9.85
38.05
45.32
4.87
41.52
10.24
FirstData
FirstHorizonNatl
FirstIndRlty
FrstMajestcSlvr
FirstRepBank
FirstCash
FirstEnergy
Fitbit
500.com
FiveOaksInvt
FivePoint
Flagstar
FleetCorTech
Floor&Decor
FlotekIndustries
FlowersFoods
Flowserve
Fluor
FlyLeasing
FomentoEconMex
FootLocker
FordMotor
ForesightEnergy
ForestCIty A
Forestar
Fortis g
Fortive
FortressInvt
FortressTransport
FortunaSilver
FortBrandsHome
ForumEnergyTech
FdnBuilding
FourCornersProp
Franco-Nevada
Frank'sIntl
FranklinCovey
FranklinFin
FranklinRscs
Freeport-McMoRan
FreseniusMed
FreshDelMonte
Frontline
FullerHB
FutureFuel
FDC
FHN
FR
AG
FRC
FCFS
FE
FIT
WBAI
OAKS
FPH
FBC
FLT
FND
FTK
FLO
FLS
FLR
FLY
FMX
FL
F
FELP
FCE.A
FOR
FTS
FTV
FIG
FTAI
FSM
FBHS
FET
FBM
FCPT
FNV
FI
FC
FSB
BEN
FCX
FMS
FDP
FRO
FUL
FF
...
1.9
2.7
...
.7
1.3
4.5
...
...
13.8
...
...
...
...
...
3.6
1.7
1.9
...
1.5
4.0
5.0
6.1
2.2
...
3.7
.4
4.6
7.2
...
1.1
...
...
3.9
1.2
4.5
...
...
1.8
...
1.1
1.3
9.8
1.0
1.6
8.75
33.55
66.30
34.23
34.32
27.10
36.99
21.89
24.90
31.25
34.20
0.46
26.83
63.14
26.85
10.63
30.74
27.95
130.02
18.35
25.45
10.69
14.99
6.16
51.19
23.05
214.81
32.38
64.06
46.11
28.15
72.00
80.73
37.88
4.75
8.31
31.93
100.90
5.21
9.69
4.39
29.89
61.25
31.87
25.59
52.49
44.54
39.85
10.25
25.25
21.95
100.34
4.50
47.51
34.03
45.37
4.70
17.87
25.60
255.15
34.45
74.63
127.96
25.00
615.85
262.71
31.26
8.72
62.18
19.30
...
41.75
14.37
16.70
15.40
4.54
27.55
42.21
25.10
15.27
20.31
20.51
6.51
5.77
22.70
20.80
0.41
5.92
47.16
18.47
7.30
21.02
19.91
84.54
12.75
19.10
8.32
5.31
3.52
33.77
11.70
148.76
22.10
50.13
30.21
12.62
20.90
61.44
23.60
0.91
5.07
22.62
79.86
3.12
4.04
2.60
21.71
28.50
23.55
16.53
28.72
37.20
22.75
6.73
20.71
14.85
64.63
0.97
30.90
19.25
31.63
2.60
11.91
20.00
172.51
22.30
63.37
72.88
17.19
440.55
155.00
24.09
2.16
42.59
18.13
...
30.74
12.00
7.00
12.61
GAIN Capital
GAMCO Investors
GATX
GCPAppliedTechs
GEO Group
GGP
GMS
GNC Holdings
GOLLinhas
GP Strategies
GTT Comm
GabelliGlbSmRt
Gafisa
Gallagher
GameStop
Gannett
Gap
GardnerDenver
Gartner
GasLog
GasLogPartners
Gazit-Globe
GencoShipping
Gener8Maritime
Generac
GeneralCable
GeneralDynamics
GeneralElec
GeneralMills
GeneralMotors
GeneralMotorsWt19
Genesco
Genesee&Wyoming
GenesisEnergy
GenesisHealthcare
GenieEnergy
Genpact
GenuineParts
GenworthFin
GeoPark
Gerdau
GettyRealty
Gigamon
Gildan
Glatfelter
Glaukos
GlaxoSmithKline
GlobalBrass
GlobalMedREIT
GlobalNetLease
GlobalPtnrs
GlobalPayments
GlobalShipLease
Globant
GlobusMedical
GoDaddy
GoldFields
Goldcorp
GoldmanSachsBDC
GoldmanSachs
Gorman-Rupp
GraceWR
Graco
Graham
GrahamHoldings
Grainger
GramercyProperty
GranayMontero
GraniteConstr
GranitePointMtg
GranitePointWi
GraniteREIT g
GraphicPkg
GrayTelevision
GreatAjax
GCAP
GBL
GATX
GCP
GEO
GGP
GMS
GNC
GOL
GPX
GTT
GGZ.R.W
GFA
AJG
GME
GCI
GPS
GDI
IT
GLOG
GLOP
GZT
GNK
GNRT
GNRC
BGC
GD
GE
GIS
GM
GM.WS.B
GCO
GWR
GEL
GEN
GNE
G
GPC
GNW
GPRK
GGB
GTY
GIMO
GIL
GLT
GKOS
GSK
BRSS
GMRE
GNL
GLP
GPN
GSL
GLOB
GMED
GDDY
GFI
GG
GSBD
GS
GRC
GRA
GGG
GHM
GHC
GWW
GPT
GRAM
GVA
GPMT
GPMT.W
GRP.U
GPK
GTN
AJX
3.9
.3
2.7
...
7.2
4.2
...
9.6
...
...
...
...
...
2.5
7.6
6.6
3.4
...
...
3.2
8.8
4.1
...
...
...
3.2
1.6
4.0
3.8
3.3
...
...
...
8.4
...
5.0
.8
3.0
...
...
.7
3.8
...
1.2
2.7
...
4.9
.7
8.8
9.7
10.2
.0
...
...
...
...
1.6
.6
8.0
1.2
1.4
1.2
1.1
1.7
.9
2.5
4.9
...
.9
...
...
5.2
2.1
...
8.3
32
17
31
78
24
35
dd
dd
dd
6
...
14
33
...
dd
25
56
55
dd
29
7
13
dd
dd
...
22
28
17
dd
18
24
dd
...
19
cc
dd
dd
14
15
21
23
15
31
28
19
19.08
19.29
30.83
7.00
100.29
60.60
32.13
6.12
11.26
4.34
13.23
36.60
164.68
37.97
4.85
18.70
45.38
43.19
14.03
90.71
31.28
12.10
4.21
24.98
18.15
37.09
72.01
7.88
18.44
4.36
67.00
13.60
13.48
25.07
79.67
6.70
19.50
34.80
45.07
14.83
48.89
47.55
6.12
57.70
15.25
+1.46
+0.37
–0.32
–0.27
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–0.36
–0.50
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–0.23
–0.38
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–0.34
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–0.29
+0.76
–0.60
...
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–1.10
–0.56
–0.20
+0.50
+0.43
+0.08
+0.85
+1.50
+0.05
+0.71
–0.14
.46
.94
1.05
.05
3.93
1.72
–14.49
–.47
...
–.79
...
2.66
4.75
.49
–.88
.78
1.01
2.00
–.88
3.17
4.91
1.15
–1.37
–.61
...
1.43
2.51
.38
–.26
.13
2.62
–.90
–.95
2.63
.70
–.77
.47
2.42
2.94
–3.16
2.03
4.33
.75
2.42
1.29
1.53
1.02
.83
.02
4.38
2.65
2.82
–.32
...
.47
–.32
2.37
8.38
.60
.10
.85
1.42
1.50
1.03
3.57
3.97
1.74
–.99
.57
...
...
2.80
.92
.20
.30
3.09
–.33
.28
1.03
1.03
–.43
–.46
2.50
2.96
1.02
2.38
3.57
.02
2.59
...
1.66
1.23
.67
.22
5.05
3.10
2.53
–.19
...
.41
–.19
2.76
9.59
.76
.67
.91
1.99
2.50
2.10
4.09
4.01
1.53
–.26
.53
...
...
3.10
1.00
.80
.31
3.46
.22
.61
1.04
1.08
–.25
.22
3.05
2.92
1.57
2.58
3.73
.15
3.13
...
...
.09
.21
...
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.19
.36
...
...
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...
...
...
...
...
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.19
.21
...
.673
.31
.15
.0647
.14
...
.3396
.07
.09
.33
...
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...
...
.2425
.23
.075
...
...
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...
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.15
.15
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27
8
13
cc
20
18
26
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dd
23
dd
...
dd
25
6
dd
13
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dd
10
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dd
dd
30
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22
27
19
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32
24
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dd
22
20
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dd
24
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19
95
dd
41
17
dd
36
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47
28
cc
20
24
17
13
34
36
85
36
24
25
dd
9
54
...
...
10
26
10
9
6.15
30.18
61.10
29.30
26.20
21.17
34.91
8.34
23.78
29.75
33.25
.46
9.37
62.92
20.13
9.65
26.96
26.58
125.28
17.50
23.25
9.76
13.01
4.94
50.61
22.35
213.86
23.83
52.01
45.61
27.60
25.80
72.84
23.83
1.04
6.05
29.69
88.63
3.81
8.38
3.63
29.56
36.40
31.68
19.03
33.62
40.84
34.85
9.12
22.05
18.05
97.17
1.58
40.71
30.65
45.00
3.97
13.09
22.45
244.73
32.21
71.50
127.96
21.58
556.20
207.81
30.62
4.47
57.83
18.40
18.46
40.01
14.28
15.50
14.50
–0.27
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–0.49
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...
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–0.48
–0.16
–0.60
–0.50
...
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+0.20
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.67
3.92
6.29
1.02
1.33
1.34
1.19
–4.12
3.59
1.21
.14
...
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2.32
3.40
.44
1.69
–.19
2.31
–.39
2.18
4.03
–30.03
.81
1.50
–1.89
9.52
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2.77
6.00
...
4.83
2.42
1.00
–.82
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1.28
4.59
–.56
–.82
–.50
1.12
1.31
1.47
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1.49
–.68
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1.01
1.08
–.21
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1.12
16.29
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1.33
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29.80
9.87
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1.42
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...
4.47
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1.65
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...
4.61
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1.30
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2.01
1.36
–.37
1.23
–.28
...
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2.99
3.32
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2.06
1.18
3.41
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2.26
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–.03
3.02
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9.81
1.54
3.08
6.17
...
3.38
2.98
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...
1.56
4.73
1.07
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1.30
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1.70
1.10
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2.91
2.66
–.18
...
1.06
3.95
...
...
1.26
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2.08
19.01
1.06
3.35
4.37
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...
10.68
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1.45
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...
2.32
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1.61
1.79
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...
4.18
1.03
1.53
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2.35
1.31
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1.61
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3.36
3.32
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2.13
1.45
4.12
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2.38
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3.32
1.00
10.54
1.61
3.22
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3.46
3.62
1.57
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1.75
5.33
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1.28
1.12
1.88
1.51
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2.96
2.77
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4.68
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1.39
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1.99
20.21
1.15
3.66
4.63
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11.05
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2.96
1.74
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1.70
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1.27
1.28
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...
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...
.174
.075
...
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52-Week
High Low Name
32.25
45.62
55.57
52.00
32.45
63.04
74.35
27.15
83.18
57.61
119.87
229.45
9.38
10.82
27.04
27.37
33.18
17.54
81.46
25.85
31.51
21.45
28.95
13.80
45.54
54.70
16.30
51.62
32.43
72.52
131.72
7.18
6.73
11.98
19.69
24.43
9.56
49.18
GreatPlainsEner
GreatWesternBncp
GreenDot
Greenbrier
Greenhill
Greif A
Greif B
Griffon
Group1Auto
GrubHub
GpoAeroportuar
GpoAeroportSur
GpoAvalAcciones
GpFinSantandMex
GpoSupervielle
GrupoTelevisa
GuangshenRail
Guess
GuidewireSoftware
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
GXP
GWB
GDOT
GBX
GHL
GEF
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1.4
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41.59
54.32
51.20
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56.57
63.45
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3.35
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...
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1.75
2.43
2.05
3.69
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2.87
2.87
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7.03
1.09
4.41
8.33
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1.77
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1.11
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1.72
2.65
2.39
3.65
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3.39
3.39
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7.41
1.36
4.95
9.45
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2.35
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1.37
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1.25
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33.67
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44.03
56.94
22.16
20.17
50.86
46.85
11.29
3.77
58.78
46.63
41.00
27.07
25.25
100.33
63.40
3.51
137.17
22.00
1.85
57.16
51.51
27.23
27.10
35.62
36.25
33.00
49.71
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93.00
77.60
11.87
85.78
79.64
52.96
15.68
16.48
22.14
116.49
35.75
65.56
26.78
15.12
63.82
23.30
53.34
5.70
84.65
39.67
30.60
40.43
71.54
20.65
38.09
37.00
166.63
32.17
145.96
44.15
26.37
38.84
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43.04
20.21
41.78
2.98
131.39
31.85
125.93
86.90
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1.04
36.75
2.69
259.76
236.94
29.43
62.23
82.76
67.00
25.50
26.11
3.80
59.00
25.79
34.60
13.77
14.07
36.93
32.76
3.69
0.30
38.18
31.59
29.00
18.91
18.02
74.60
45.25
1.56
88.89
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0.73
42.30
35.63
17.25
18.85
28.43
26.66
26.34
36.97
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52.71
46.66
4.82
42.16
47.62
28.66
11.64
8.85
16.80
94.03
8.52
37.25
18.34
12.44
43.21
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45.83
1.95
50.50
28.60
21.47
24.60
44.73
17.05
29.53
22.63
119.20
27.05
107.51
33.30
11.80
30.29
1.51
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14.69
23.19
1.52
101.20
23.70
101.61
44.90
3.80
0.07
31.53
1.55
165.03
146.52
16.02
47.96
49.84
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HalconRscsWt
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HarleyDavidson
HarmonyGold
Harris
Harsco
HarteHanks
HartfordFinl
HartfordFinSvcsWt
HavertyFurn
HavertyFurn A
HawaiianElec
HealthcareRealty
HealthcareAmer
HealthSouth
HeclaMining
Heico
Heico A
HelixEnergy
Helmerich&Payne
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HercHoldings
HerculesCapital
HeritageInsurance
HershaHospitality
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HugotonRoyalty
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32.46
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HTH
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HLT
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HFC
HD
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HMN
HZN
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NYSE CUMULATIVE DAILY BREADTH vs DJIA
Winning Streak: The NYSE’s cumulative breadth rose for a sixth consecutive week as the
Dow broke 23,000 for the first time. Winning stocks ever so slightly edged out losers during the week.
BREADTH
DJIA
482000
23350
466000
BREADTH 479,726
22250
s
52-Week
High Low Name
450000
21150
s DJIA
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20050
418000
18950
402000
17850
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In generating this chart, we subtract each day's NYSE composite declines from that day's advances. The resultant total is added to the next day's total, and so
on. When all five days' numbers are added together, this produces the weekly figure we plot. Dec. 31, 1985 =1000.
52-Week
High Low Name
10.58
67.61
16.15
23.22
94.39
70.71
137.62
20.52
51.78
95.35
67.15
35.60
55.20
7.47
71.24
57.80
182.79
150.38
32.07
58.95
23.43
25.71
53.65
4.63
32.58
16.65
18.02
23.80
7.28
11.88
23.56
41.17
4.95
12.83
14.89
14.59
7.74
45.32
13.42
14.59
63.87
40.24
113.07
14.50
33.00
64.55
30.75
17.85
18.10
2.46
52.27
39.82
139.13
113.16
17.25
43.55
9.00
19.57
32.21
1.00
17.04
8.00
14.15
15.04
5.60
5.76
19.80
30.75
3.52
10.55
11.47
9.10
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Intrexon
Invacare
InvescoMtg
InvestmentTech
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InvitationHomes
IronMountain
IsraelChemicals
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ItauUnibanco
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1.8
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60.70
14.56
23.19
93.51
69.61
123.98
18.36
37.17
95.05
65.80
34.85
54.30
6.40
66.12
53.66
162.07
150.36
23.93
58.21
20.16
20.88
53.41
3.78
17.88
14.60
17.94
23.20
6.05
9.92
22.92
40.92
4.25
12.06
14.23
13.76
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4.24
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1.14
5.70
.83
6.55
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2.25
3.09
1.23
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8.36
2.37
2.03
12.38
5.05
1.05
2.18
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1.49
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1.04
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4.66
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1.28
4.53
2.41
7.60
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1.50
4.55
2.24
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2.75
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2.95
2.37
13.81
5.75
1.18
3.48
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1.43
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1.62
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1.18
1.03
3.11
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1.18
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5.25
1.06
1.37
5.16
2.97
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1.06
2.05
5.17
2.75
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3.33
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3.38
2.60
13.91
6.31
1.49
4.35
1.53
1.60
.89
.02
–.72
–.75
1.62
1.17
–.39
–1.43
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1.39
1.22
1.54
1.28
1.22
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1.50
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12.30
37.75
36.36
14.40
7.70
99.89
58.65
31.70
63.42
15.19
17.28
36.25
24.89
30.50
104.90
143.62
46.17
4.91
134.76
5.65
30.96
28.47
6.35
8.35
30.01
24.95
4.74
5.20
67.64
25.99
20.32
49.16
10.96
13.55
30.24
17.01
12.72
71.85
109.32
36.74
0.85
86.62
2.00
22.46
7.36
4.83
J Alexander's
JBG SMITH Prop
JELD-WEN
J.Jill
JMP
JPMorganChase
JPMorganWt
Jabil
JacobsEngineering
JaggedPeakEner
JamesHardie
JanusHenderson
JerniganCapital
JinkoSolar
JohnBeanTech
J&J
JohnsonControls
JonesEnergy
JonesLangLaSalle
JumeiIntl
JuniperNetworks
JupaiHoldings
JustEnergy g
JAX
JBGS
JELD
JILL
JMP
JPM
JPM.WS
JBL
JEC
JAG
JHX
JHG
JCAP
JKS
JBT
JNJ
JCI
JONE
JLL
JMEI
JNPR
JP
JE
...
...
...
...
6.4
2.3
...
1.1
1.0
...
3.8
...
6.5
...
.4
2.4
2.4
...
.5
...
1.5
...
6.8
48.65
54.36
27.67
19.39
20.64
0.62
23.99
61.10
18.82
21.18
101.80
7.10
56.54
109.13
24.98
20.46
22.93
78.37
27.35
38.16
34.36
14.06
13.17
13.58
0.45
19.57
26.33
13.43
10.17
50.96
2.05
40.85
79.05
17.06
15.71
12.42
60.96
3.45
KAR Auction
KB Fin
KB Home
KBR
KKR
KKRIncomeOppsRt
KKR RealEstFin
KMG Chem
KT
K12
Kadant
Kadmon
Kaman
KSCitySouthern
KapStonePaper
KayneAnderson
Keane
Kellogg
Kemet
KAR
KB
KBH
KBR
KKR
KIO.R.W
KREF
KMG
KT
LRN
KAI
KDMN
KAMN
KSU
KS
KED
FRAC
K
KEM
2.7
...
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1.7
3.3
...
7.0
.2
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...
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1.4
1.4
1.7
10.0
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31
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27
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11
9
40
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dd
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23
15
19
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10.85
31.41
35.86
5.13
5.60
99.51
58.28
27.96
58.82
13.68
14.72
35.27
21.60
24.31
103.95
142.40
41.62
1.41
130.64
2.98
26.03
28.40
5.88
–0.50
–1.34
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–0.03
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–0.07
+0.03
–0.89
+0.15
+0.21
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+0.03
.47
.52
–2.17
.55
.13
6.19
...
.69
1.73
–.05
.62
.13
2.42
8.72
2.27
5.93
–1.30
–1.04
6.98
...
1.53
.97
2.30
.38
...
1.59
.70
.21
6.88
...
2.58
3.07
.28
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2.36
1.61
1.51
3.03
7.28
2.61
–.23
8.10
...
2.20
...
.82
.85
...
2.17
.73
.41
7.61
...
2.90
3.41
.58
.72
2.59
2.98
.79
3.63
7.85
2.95
–.82
8.86
...
2.28
...
.52
...
...
...
...
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.56
...
.08
.15
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.28
.32
.35
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.84
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.10
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.0999
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8
19
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8
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29
11
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34
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30
21
30
9
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28
5
47.84
50.20
27.05
19.06
20.38
.61
21.16
54.82
14.35
18.04
101.65
3.46
55.86
105.19
23.10
15.98
15.05
61.45
26.12
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–0.99
+0.16
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–0.25
–0.65
–0.22
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+0.04
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+1.02
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–1.11
–0.94
–0.51
–0.19
1.60
4.82
1.12
–.43
.59
...
1.61
1.92
1.25
.01
2.88
–9.74
2.10
4.43
.88
2.18
...
1.96
.87
2.26
7.07
1.75
1.42
2.53
...
1.31
...
1.38
.48
4.03
–1.54
2.49
5.18
1.28
...
.13
3.98
1.59
2.50
6.69
2.08
1.36
2.51
...
1.76
...
1.51
.55
4.50
–1.66
2.87
5.85
1.68
...
1.14
4.24
1.68
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...
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.36
.10
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K
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
60.15
43.09
23.00
17.42
38.00
19.53
43.19
78.33
20.89
136.21
28.38
23.01
11.90
6.50
4.91
74.50
15.19
26.59
44.45
28.40
24.67
19.90
59.67
42.25
50.00
23.03
41.11
8.21
42.27
36.44
26.47
66.15
35.30
26.79
17.95
8.81
10.56
12.84
31.81
66.98
15.06
110.33
17.02
18.23
5.50
5.35
2.88
55.11
4.74
17.60
26.68
16.57
18.90
14.08
35.16
28.19
31.30
16.51
19.94
4.39
24.95
19.69
7.27
47.08
Kemper
Kennametal
KennedyWilson
KenonHoldings
KeyEnergySvcs
KeyCorp
KeysightTechs
KilroyRealty
KimbellRoyalty
KimberlyClark
KimcoRealty
KinderMorgan
Kindred
KingswayFin
KinrossGold
Kirby
KirklandLakeGold g
KiteRealty
Knight-Swift
Knoll
KnotOffshore
Knowles
Kohl's
KoninklijkePhil
Koppers
KoreaElcPwr
KornFerry
KosmosEnergy
Kraton
Kroger
KronosWorldwide
Kyocera
KMPR
KMT
KW
KEN
KEG
KEY
KEYS
KRC
KRP
KMB
KIM
KMI
KND
KFS
KGC
KEX
KL
KRG
KNX
KNL
KNOP
KN
KSS
PHG
KOP
KEP
KFY
KOS
KRA
KR
KRO
KYO
15.06
75.50
123.78
17.05
45.46
11.71
30.74
52.85
192.00
18.53
34.10
164.22
15.53
50.82
27.90
16.47
66.22
31.87
48.86
9.35
177.24
3.65
42.08
54.97
63.08
5.02
6.79
58.00
48.88
192.58
27.34
64.61
11.42
43.70
89.24
3.20
89.09
76.10
73.50
95.04
33.68
32.08
123.50
43.86
3.87
322.19
49.58
29.44
86.25
8.07
35.00
80.65
11.26
30.90
4.52
15.05
43.17
132.38
9.73
22.09
119.51
12.14
28.75
14.90
9.57
51.35
23.05
35.18
5.30
112.46
1.75
28.10
43.17
40.96
1.28
4.64
39.68
32.09
140.97
17.87
46.35
9.00
36.22
69.00
2.10
64.18
47.71
41.42
72.85
24.27
22.50
75.85
26.41
2.71
228.50
40.73
17.08
64.87
LATAMAirlines
L Brands
LCI Inds
LG Display
LINE
LSB Inds
LSC Comm
LTC Properties
L3 Tech
LaQuinta
La-Z-Boy
LabCpAm
LadderCapital
LambWeston
Lannett
LaredoPetrol
LasVegasSands
LaSalleHotel
Lazard
Leaf
Lear
LeeEnterprises
LeggMason
Leggett&Platt
Leidos
LejuHoldings
LendingClub
Lennar A
Lennar B
LennoxIntl
LeucadiaNatl
Level3Comms
LexingtonRealty
LibertyProperty
LifeStorage
LightInTheBox
EliLilly
LincolnNational
LincolnNatlWt
Lindsay
LionsGate A
LionsGate B
LithiaMotors
LiveNationEnt
LloydsBanking
LockheedMartin
Loews
LouisianaPacific
Lowe's
LTM
LB
LCII
LPL
LN
LXU
LKSD
LTC
LLL
LQ
LZB
LH
LADR
LW
LCI
LPI
LVS
LHO
LAZ
LFGR
LEA
LEE
LM
LEG
LDOS
LEJU
LC
LEN
LEN.B
LII
LUK
LVLT
LXP
LPT
LSI
LITB
LLY
LNC
LNC.WS
LNN
LGF.A
LGF.B
LAD
LYV
LYG
LMT
L
LPX
LOW
1.6
1.9
3.5
...
...
2.1
...
2.4
7.1
3.4
5.8
2.7
7.4
...
...
...
.3
6.1
...
3.0
8.9
...
4.9
2.2
...
...
1.0
...
...
2.4
2.3
...
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71
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2
16
32
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98
33
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80
30
36
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42
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11
24
25
6
21
dd
30
13
11
22
59.00
42.79
19.40
16.85
10.58
18.49
42.86
72.22
16.83
113.44
18.77
18.42
6.50
5.65
4.16
66.25
13.00
19.75
40.28
20.02
23.40
15.68
44.49
41.57
48.75
18.22
40.86
7.51
41.99
21.02
26.17
64.90
+1.75
+0.56
+0.25
–0.57
–1.83
+0.30
+0.14
–0.53
+0.27
–5.12
–0.69
–0.34
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–0.40
–0.27
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–0.19
–0.75
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–0.20
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–0.12
–0.04
–0.28
+0.91
–0.95
.33
.61
.01
–7.67
–7.06
.80
1.95
2.97
–10.28
5.99
.79
.25
–7.65
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–.08
2.62
.35
.01
1.16
1.68
2.29
–.47
3.11
1.74
1.39
4.74
1.47
–.74
3.43
2.05
.37
2.61
1.45
2.22
–.28
...
–5.81
1.38
2.47
1.14
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6.21
.61
.64
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...
.12
1.96
...
...
1.17
1.38
2.18
.94
3.76
1.71
3.24
2.76
2.45
–.29
2.23
1.97
1.47
2.87
2.63
2.61
–.71
...
–2.76
1.54
2.68
1.36
.48
6.60
.54
.69
.66
...
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2.67
...
...
1.77
1.62
2.51
1.15
3.74
2.02
3.41
3.24
2.73
–.25
3.40
1.94
1.78
3.02
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.20
.17
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...
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...
.425
.30
.97
.27
.125
.12
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...
...
.0083
.3025
...
.15
.52
...
.55
.8976
...
...
.10
...
...
.125
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...
dd
13
22
5
65
dd
11
21
21
52
16
21
10
23
dd
24
24
28
13
dd
12
5
16
19
27
dd
dd
17
14
26
15
30
76
18
72
dd
38
12
...
42
46
34
14
dd
27
25
14
16
23
13.81
43.75
123.35
13.32
36.48
7.73
17.03
47.34
189.42
18.11
27.60
151.72
13.79
50.63
24.20
11.60
62.69
28.52
46.03
7.15
173.74
2.35
38.83
48.92
62.18
1.50
6.00
57.50
48.54
180.30
26.01
53.51
10.38
41.40
82.46
2.20
87.23
75.55
72.39
91.22
30.09
29.04
116.04
43.20
3.62
320.00
49.00
27.71
80.04
–0.05
+1.91
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–1.11
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3.98
5.20
1.09
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2.54
3.23
2.21
9.01
–.01
1.73
7.02
1.06
2.22
–.02
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2.10
2.07
3.11
–.10
13.33
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2.18
2.76
2.35
–.07
–.38
3.93
3.93
6.32
.34
1.87
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2.43
1.96
–.14
2.58
5.03
...
2.17
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.09
7.72
–.23
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17.49
1.93
1.03
3.47
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3.11
5.78
2.53
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2.15
2.14
8.86
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1.72
9.50
1.46
2.35
2.60
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2.75
1.68
3.51
–.93
16.59
...
2.70
2.42
3.56
–.72
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3.81
3.82
7.85
1.31
1.46
.33
1.27
1.92
...
4.16
7.49
...
2.97
1.06
1.06
8.58
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12.64
2.51
2.17
4.50
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3.23
6.61
1.50
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–.36
2.17
2.13
9.20
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1.88
10.42
1.53
2.58
2.75
.70
2.88
.87
3.66
–.76
17.54
...
3.21
2.73
3.71
–.18
.22
4.84
4.85
9.01
1.52
1.81
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1.30
2.10
...
4.63
7.71
...
3.65
1.03
1.03
9.37
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.38
14.16
3.10
1.95
5.16
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...
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.75
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1.00
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2.00
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5.5
1.6
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5.9
4.8
1.6
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1.6
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8.7
1.5
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4.7
6.3
3.6
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1.2
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2.9
2.9
2.1
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1.1
1.5
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6.7
3.9
4.9
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1.5
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1.3
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2.9
2.5
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M18
BARRON’S
October 23, 2017
New York Stock Exchange Composite List
52-Week
High Low Name
4.50
41.33
13.49
67.85
64.85
100.74
2.41
14.02
9.28
40.15
44.14
76.71
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
Luby's
LUB ... dd 2.44
LumberLiqu
LL ... dd 34.86
Luxfer
LXFR 4.0 23 12.49
Luxoft
LXFT ... 30 48.45
Lydall
LDL ... 24 59.05
LyondellBasell LYB 3.6 11 98.94
–0.12
+0.04
+0.10
+0.40
+0.40
+1.26
–.35
–2.51
.82
1.84
2.16
9.13
...
–.69
1.02
2.86
2.92
10.03
... ...
.64 ...
1.18 .125
3.62 ...
3.41 ...
9.46 .90
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–0.87
...
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–0.15
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–1.96
–0.05
...
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–0.09
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–0.19
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–0.99
–0.34
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–0.15
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–0.37
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–0.33
–0.18
+0.15
+0.09
–0.53
7.78
–2.54
2.00
.33
.80
–1.51
.86
.52
1.92
1.84
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36.96
29.92
8.90
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22.52
85.80
124.51
105.70
25.30
10.56
7.35
77.93
29.70
85.45
45.41
226.95
81.77
55.75
12.75
40.86
68.12
18.35
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124.24
20.89
19.28
57.74
30.31
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17.12
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128.75
84.74
244.32
40.11
85.30
49.50
148.45
28.51
44.80
42.00
27.80
62.79
66.38
32.47
106.50
106.58
8.33
167.90
4.43
169.29
6.83
13.06
15.04
64.26
8.06
10.65
72.13
89.72
66.80
64.52
66.25
48.70
27.03
17.30
24.80
46.40
53.58
670.46
52.67
33.19
110.95
16.60
25.00
19.57
29.00
83.85
26.46
7.01
10.29
3.87
11.59
15.05
21.35
44.85
264.68
72.79
109.43
109.37
16.98
122.80
145.83
89.37
88.74
50.91
10.23
34.36
93.75
31.95
43.96
14.20
29.00
35.19
79.98
117.30
6.62
21.25
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7.15
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23.63
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20.40
30.67
13.68
55.00
76.52
65.42
18.50
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4.80
52.12
22.53
70.84
19.32
161.02
63.92
36.77
5.20
32.12
31.51
14.10
3.65
3.00
74.07
14.15
10.55
40.01
22.93
23.85
7.00
8.76
13.80
811.05
61.03
62.33
175.16
29.38
50.40
27.10
99.51
20.13
28.50
21.63
6.51
45.15
43.69
18.26
88.64
89.14
4.96
110.83
1.94
114.53
3.60
10.28
11.54
36.70
5.53
5.60
40.78
69.35
58.29
50.32
43.85
29.70
9.84
8.90
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29.85
40.30
395.61
32.38
27.86
87.59
9.95
10.87
12.43
21.55
62.55
17.00
4.96
5.59
3.23
7.09
6.98
9.25
24.20
175.52
42.56
82.34
80.92
12.91
97.35
93.51
55.35
56.44
32.54
10.10
19.23
71.24
20.50
27.72
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MDC Holdings
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MGIC Investment
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MGM Resorts
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MPLX
MRC Global
MSA Safety
MSCI
MSC Industrial
MSG Networks
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MV Oil
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Mack-Cali
MacquarieInfr
Macy's
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MagellanMid
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Manning&Napier
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MarathonOil
MarathonPetrol
Marcus&Millichap
Marcus
MarinSoftware
MarineProducts
MarineMax
Markel
MarriottVacations
Marsh&McLennan
MartinMarietta
Masco
MasoniteIntl
MasTec
Mastercard
MatadorResources
Materion
Matson
MauiLand
MaxarTech
Maximus
MaxLinear
McCormick
McCormickVtg
McDermottIntl
McDonalds
McEwenMining
McKesson
Mechel
MedEquitiesRlty
MedicalProp
Medifast
MedleyCapital
MedleyMgmt
Mednax
Medtronic
Merck
MercuryGeneral
Meredith
MeritageHomes
Meritor
MesaRoyalty
MesabiTrust
MethodeElec
MetLife
MettlerToledo
MichaelKors
MicroFocus
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MidstatesPetrol
Milacron
MillerIndustries
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122.00
79.60
21.10
10.42
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56.76
22.61
70.88
21.17
219.38
68.11
55.39
10.45
40.49
32.42
18.25
8.97
3.75
122.74
20.61
13.93
57.49
27.41
27.00
13.28
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17.00
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84.44
216.16
40.09
67.35
42.90
145.38
25.79
42.75
27.31
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66.36
23.24
99.26
99.37
6.41
166.30
2.02
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5.26
11.65
13.33
62.64
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44.51
78.34
63.88
56.36
53.70
48.40
26.48
15.52
23.40
46.05
53.29
668.72
49.95
32.45
104.81
13.35
14.75
18.50
28.35
72.35
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264.52
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84.80
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145.66
88.59
88.74
50.68
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49.90
25.80
13.45
23.53
4.40
26.68
19.54
20.00
25.42
3294.50
18.40
12.55
37.08
61.25
75.24
81.21
43.63
114.70
48.03
26.15
20.71
34.50
13.79
45.60
3.30
20.35
27.86
14.75
2.11
2.40
12.70
2.94
45.47
90.23
59.68
15.68
26.96
102.26
12.55
44.30
17.19
15.00
94.63
52.27
17.86
10.97
2.60
17.68
10.15
20.15
55.08
50.00
483.86
39.63
10.20
26.10
154.24
69.23
57.12
44.00
54.99
60.53
27.29
40.98
8.37
42.03
56.33
6.65
15.49
6.80
41.88
3.90
9.86
62.82
134.52
41.06
5.70
8.20
299.33
13.88
68.60
63.86
86.90
50.95
65.85
68.00
55.64
31.50
14.20
13.05
29.98
8.57
3.10
11.31
3.06
9.84
13.40
13.98
21.96
1478.04
6.18
6.79
23.56
50.61
60.08
66.31
29.90
84.20
36.45
18.91
14.48
20.65
4.79
22.81
1.50
14.28
14.62
6.65
1.08
0.95
6.55
1.15
21.99
72.35
37.86
4.61
10.11
65.82
9.45
32.05
11.87
13.05
37.16
27.85
13.63
8.63
1.28
11.67
7.25
10.60
40.27
24.41
386.90
30.19
5.80
16.67
110.49
54.44
46.80
23.90
36.96
49.01
21.17
21.33
3.14
22.99
28.89
4.04
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4.61
21.40
0.80
4.41
39.53
89.95
19.80
2.75
5.94
214.59
9.39
53.50
54.07
66.93
30.89
46.35
46.52
34.56
17.80
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NCI BuildingSys
NCR
NGL Energy
NL Industries
NOW
NQ Mobile
NRG Energy
NRG Yield A
NRG Yield C
NTTDoCoMo
NVR
NaborsIndustries
NamTaiProperty
NatlBankHoldings
NationalFuelGas
NationalGrid
NatlHealthInv
NatlOilwell
NatlPrestoInds
NatlRetailProp
NatlStorage
NationstarMtg
NaturalGasSvcs
NaturalGrocers
NaturalResPtrs
Natuzzi
Nautilus
NavigantConsult
NavigatorHldgs
NaviosMaritime
NaviosMaritime
NaviosMaritimeMid
NaviosMaritime
NavistarIntl
NeenahPaper
Nelnet
NeoPhotonics
Netshoes
Nevro
NewHome
NewJerseyRscs
NewMediaInvt
NewMountainFin
NewOrientalEduc
NewRelic
NewResidInvt
NewSeniorInvt
NewYork
NY CmntyBcp
NewYorkREIT
NYTimes A
NewellBrands
NewfieldExpln
NewMarket
NewmontMining
NewparkResources
NexPointResidentl
NextEraEnergy
NextEraEnergyUn
NextEraEnergyUn
NextEraEnergy
NielsenHoldings
Nike
NiSource
NoahHoldings
Noble
NobleEnergy
NobleMidstream
Nokia
NomadFoods
NomuraHoldings
Norbord g
NordicAmerOffshr
NordicAmerTankers
Nordstrom
NorfolkSouthern
NortelInversora
NAmerEnergyPtr g
NoEuroOil
NorthropGrumman
NorthstarRltyEur
NorthwestNatGas
Northwestern
Novartis
NovoNordisk
NuSkinEnts
Nucor
NuSTAREnergy
NuSTAR GP
NC
NCS
NCR
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NL
DNOW
NQ
NRG
NYLD.A
NYLD
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NVR
NBR
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NBHC
NFG
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37.41
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17.08
1.33
75.50
32.12
3.87
6.15
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41.75
50.82
21.19
36.84
35.14
26.99
89.66
11.60
57.21
4.95
8.20
29.57
12.10
56.64
45.41
36.95
16.27
6.69
0.82
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20.74
2.15
2.12
3.11
20.90
31.35
16.51
20.43
28.11
14.50
71.63
7.05
32.05
OCI Partners
OFGBancorp
OGE Energy
OM AssetMgmt
ONE Gas
ONEOK
OaktreeCapital
OasisMidstream
OasisPetrol
ObsidianEnergy g
OccidentalPetrol
OceaneeringIntl
Och-Ziff
OcwenFinancial
Oi
OilStatesIntl
OilDriAmerica
OldRepublic
Olin
OmegaHealthcare
OmegaProtein
Omnicom
OmnovaSol
OnAssignment
OCIP
OFG
OGE
OMAM
OGS
OKE
OAK
OMP
OAS
OBE
OXY
OII
OZM
OCN
OIBR.C
OIS
ODC
ORI
OLN
OHI
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OMN
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2.9
3.6
2.3
2.2
5.3
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2.4
2.3
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3.9
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11.35
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18.66
18.95
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32.98
57.62
62.01
77.92
34.09
111.65
41.72
24.95
19.65
28.10
5.26
26.50
2.00
17.05
16.99
11.20
1.27
1.77
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2.10
43.48
85.60
59.10
5.46
10.18
91.49
11.33
43.75
15.63
14.25
92.75
52.06
17.49
9.04
1.86
12.85
7.69
19.45
40.37
29.78
431.67
37.79
9.45
23.83
154.16
69.14
57.02
42.31
41.76
53.06
26.66
39.14
3.78
27.76
51.50
6.08
15.06
5.79
36.88
1.33
4.98
42.15
132.75
39.95
4.00
6.51
294.60
13.75
66.50
58.70
85.74
50.55
63.16
60.00
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2.81
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1.59
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1.93
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2.64
2.33
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3.70
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1.10
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4.31
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3.39
4.74
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3.46
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1.62
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1.73
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1.10
1.12
1.85
1.07
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2.86
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1.14
2.01
1.67
3.12
2.22
3.82
1.78
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1.34
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1.97
1.17
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52-Week
High Low Name
5.88
25.89
33.39
12.30
19.65
53.14
17.63
134.59
12.60
24.55
11.11
89.44
65.22
88.20
14.39
27.89
5.66
37.02
80.56
25.90
76.19
3.29
21.96
16.03
7.30
13.65
37.64
13.98
72.06
9.18
17.15
5.17
69.97
45.30
52.00
8.88
20.82
1.96
26.91
46.45
16.89
49.50
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OneLiberty
OneMain
Ooma
Oppenheimer A
Oracle
Orange
OrbitalATK
OrchidIslandCap
OrionEngCarbons
OrionGroup
Orix
OrmatTech
Oshkosh
OsiskoGoldRoyal g
OutfrontMedia
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Owens&Minor
OwensCorning
Owens-Illinois
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28
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27
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8
30
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32
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23
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22
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24.81
31.13
10.60
18.45
49.25
16.01
132.69
10.29
23.40
7.06
85.00
64.94
87.13
12.69
24.02
2.49
29.26
80.11
25.59
64.96
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1.87
2.91
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1.28
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1.18
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1.70
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10.54
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1.92
4.32
2.63
3.59
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1.46
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6.70
1.55
1.88
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10.95
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2.81
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30.98
22.70
71.57
15.10
15.70
45.38
38.54
137.71
71.00
43.05
77.76
117.80
40.20
17.65
30.49
137.60
130.75
2.23
119.43
165.69
68.57
14.10
27.70
11.79
17.58
20.24
33.40
2.90
184.56
39.82
17.70
8.08
80.55
32.50
10.31
37.63
35.63
1.76
10.74
21.58
19.35
18.46
56.05
71.36
96.20
119.39
29.90
72.11
10.30
92.64
13.57
81.80
12.56
11.77
4.75
36.60
29.50
123.55
95.00
58.00
6.73
21.85
23.08
9.68
66.67
90.92
7.20
199.83
81.85
18.20
33.95
36.09
27.22
58.27
14.82
20.00
108.46
41.78
48.22
89.04
20.27
143.14
6.25
20.43
59.63
12.53
89.60
68.90
63.53
94.67
49.75
65.63
15.30
77.87
83.45
28.92
115.26
49.67
49.33
18.48
17.45
49.83
9.50
11.76
26.15
25.50
92.37
25.78
30.95
50.37
89.64
32.46
16.50
20.34
102.32
84.53
0.87
78.03
107.31
30.60
6.76
17.30
4.69
14.58
14.53
24.65
0.91
118.77
22.98
10.80
0.96
39.15
22.58
7.04
23.56
27.44
0.54
3.31
9.75
15.65
14.75
38.33
53.80
56.05
98.50
19.95
45.35
6.66
63.68
4.66
60.69
7.61
6.96
1.66
29.83
19.20
86.78
75.14
42.47
2.43
17.12
18.61
3.96
46.36
70.86
1.60
125.46
50.25
12.31
18.82
19.60
18.32
41.28
7.15
12.85
73.98
28.77
40.71
68.76
15.74
114.43
2.38
12.42
44.64
6.82
52.75
52.08
50.50
81.18
30.99
45.93
10.84
52.81
43.10
20.93
82.45
32.52
39.28
PBF Energy
PBF Logistics
PG&E
PGT Innovations
PHH
PJT Partners
PLDT
PNC Fin
PNC Fin Wt
PNM Resources
POSCO
PPG Ind
PPL
PQ Group
PROS
PSBusinessParks
PVH
PacificCoastOil
PackagingCpAm
PaloAltoNtwks
PampaEnergia
PandoraMedia
PanhandleOil&Gas
ParTechnology
ParamountGroup
ParkElectrochem
ParkHotels
ParkerDrilling
ParkerHannifin
ParsleyEnergy
PartyCity
PatriotNational
PaycomSoftware
PeabodyEnergy
Pearson
PebblebrookHotel
PembinaPipeline g
PengrowthEnergy g
PenneyJC
PA Reit
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PennyMacTr
PenskeAuto
Pentair
Penumbra
PepsiCo
PerformanceFood
PerkinElmer
PermianBasin
Perrigo
Petrobras
PetroChina
PetroleoBrasil
PetroleoBrasilA
PetroQuestEner
Pfizer
PharMerica
PhilipMorris
Phillips66
Phillips66Ptrs
PhoenixNewMedia
PhysiciansRealty
PiedmontOfficeA
Pier 1
PinnacleFoods
PinnacleWest
PioneerEnerSvcs
PioneerNatRscs
PiperJaffray
PitneyBowes
PlainsAllAmPipe
PlainsGP
PlanetFitness
Plantronics
PlatformSpecialty
PlyGem
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PolyOne
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Potash
Praxair
PrecisionDrilling g
PrefApartment
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PretiumResources
Primerica
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ProAssurance
Procter&Gamble
Progressive
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ProtoLabs
ProvidentFinSvcs
PrudentialFin
Prudential
PublicServiceEnt
PBF
PBFX
PCG
PGTI
PHH
PJT
PHI
PNC
PNC.WS
PNM
PKX
PPG
PPL
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PRO
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PAR
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PKD
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PE
PRTY
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PBA
PGH
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PFSI
PMT
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PNR
PEN
PEP
PFGC
PKI
PBT
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PZE
PTR
PBR
PBR.A
PQ
PFE
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PM
PSX
PSXP
FENG
DOC
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PF
PNW
PES
PXD
PJC
PBI
PAA
PAGP
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PLT
PAH
PGEM
PII
POL
POR
POST
POT
PX
PDS
APTS
PBH
PVG
PRI
PFG
PRA
PG
PGR
PLD
PUMP
PB
PRLB
PFS
PRU
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3.7
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5.7
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1.5
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57.86
14.20
13.74
38.21
32.80
136.95
70.29
42.15
74.40
117.76
37.75
16.87
25.21
134.25
128.31
1.51
118.36
149.61
66.60
7.49
23.60
11.06
15.95
18.99
28.48
.98
184.50
25.87
11.50
1.46
80.07
29.96
9.10
35.67
32.86
1.01
3.61
10.35
18.50
16.88
45.54
71.17
95.55
111.61
28.25
71.73
9.14
87.44
12.90
64.23
10.35
10.13
1.68
36.42
29.20
109.52
90.80
50.96
5.97
17.93
19.58
4.37
56.05
88.78
1.95
144.75
63.00
14.23
20.39
20.75
26.53
45.96
11.14
16.70
106.46
41.76
45.37
83.84
19.27
143.14
2.44
20.21
48.07
11.12
85.95
67.75
56.65
88.25
48.91
64.44
14.62
65.71
83.05
27.41
110.78
49.14
49.00
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1.74
2.01
2.78
.47
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–.17
1.94
7.30
...
1.46
3.59
3.28
2.79
–.57
–2.47
2.31
6.79
.01
4.75
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–.01
–1.49
–.61
.11
–.05
.46
.67
–1.86
7.25
–.46
.98
–.03
.74
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–3.86
.64
.77
–.41
...
–.40
2.94
1.08
3.99
2.85
.44
4.36
.93
2.12
.42
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.45
...
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–.67
–5.24
1.17
.69
4.48
2.92
2.20
...
.22
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1.79
3.95
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.43
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2.51
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1.10
3.27
1.95
2.16
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5.21
–.40
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1.30
–.35
4.59
4.50
2.83
5.59
1.76
2.27
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3.94
1.61
1.38
9.71
2.02
1.75
1.23
2.26
3.68
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1.54
2.13
8.42
...
1.85
7.05
5.97
2.16
...
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2.84
7.71
...
6.04
3.31
2.13
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12.02
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9.14
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1.28
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1.15
3.87
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1.04
1.27
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2.45
1.58
4.29
3.51
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5.22
1.40
2.88
...
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...
2.31
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2.56
1.94
4.83
4.42
2.76
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1.20
5.65
1.68
1.35
1.16
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1.12
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2.21
2.69
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2.64
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5.22
5.20
2.04
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2.33
1.86
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3.95
2.06
1.48
10.12
3.60
2.92
2.51
2.55
3.82
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1.99
1.94
9.36
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1.74
7.52
6.75
2.33
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3.12
8.69
...
6.78
4.12
4.98
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1.39
–.40
10.32
1.05
1.44
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1.43
2.19
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1.65
–.17
.39
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2.82
1.66
4.56
3.90
.10
5.60
1.62
3.32
...
5.15
...
2.98
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2.76
2.19
5.40
5.92
3.39
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2.80
4.48
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2.55
5.60
1.82
1.58
1.42
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3.29
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1.46
5.35
2.50
2.31
3.98
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2.89
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5.89
5.51
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2.80
1.50
1.37
4.20
2.39
1.63
11.22
3.95
2.94
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2.78
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52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
232.21
28.01
16.64
12.25
21.12
56.31
43.03
29.04
154.38
19.99
23.60
38.82
9.20
35.45
112.97
103.38
9.46
17.85
192.15
17.69
9.12
7.11
7.02
43.01
25.23
18.16
102.86
11.57
15.41
27.29
4.86
28.49
79.12
70.10
2.54
9.10
PublicStorage
PulteGroup
PureStorage
PzenaInvtMgmt
QEP Resources
QTS Realty
Q2Holdings
QuadGraphics
QuakerChemical
QualityCareProp
QuanexBldg
QuantaServices
Quantum
Qudian
QuestDiag
QuintilesIMS
QuorumHealth
QuotientTech
PSA
PHM
PSTG
PZN
QEP
QTS
QTWO
QUAD
KWR
QCP
NX
PWR
QTM
QD
DGX
Q
QHC
QUOT
3.7
1.3
...
1.0
...
2.8
...
5.3
.9
...
.7
...
...
...
1.9
...
...
...
3.91
22.01
22.89
67.45
31.60
84.70
64.66
25.10
25.00
56.48
19.40
46.92
31.80
20.82
114.00
17.89
39.64
15.70
87.22
17.60
30.18
189.64
35.18
63.60
122.36
9.40
17.45
87.50
24.79
74.87
27.56
16.03
15.61
147.13
88.58
152.00
5.45
10.50
67.18
81.87
49.14
6.75
12.77
68.40
15.96
36.80
107.87
30.66
26.24
29.55
26.42
10.45
44.95
50.77
39.96
8.77
0.37
11.88
51.87
188.60
135.31
54.24
140.00
48.29
254.82
12.40
21.68
80.98
7.58
128.09
61.42
63.12
9.16
3.68
27.95
85.50
16.85
67.97
0.51
14.92
16.19
42.10
23.55
24.41
50.34
18.92
16.48
46.25
8.61
28.76
24.00
12.96
66.06
11.86
16.00
12.99
58.17
11.87
25.71
132.89
21.43
52.72
68.54
6.15
13.57
56.45
13.90
58.63
18.31
10.32
9.02
106.68
66.63
120.55
2.12
6.01
49.44
56.59
22.27
3.70
7.57
42.35
11.61
15.60
76.10
20.05
15.80
18.30
16.87
5.45
19.35
32.47
26.68
1.63
0.18
6.05
34.42
116.28
78.54
37.03
51.98
28.00
167.50
6.80
9.02
60.92
4.51
67.53
48.07
50.94
3.38
1.69
16.80
62.03
7.65
48.35
RAIT Financial
RELX
RELX
RE/MAX
REV
RH
RLI
RLJ Lodging
RPC
RPM
RR Donnelley
RSP Permian
RYBEducation
RadianGroup
RalphLauren
Ramco-Gershenson
RangeResources
RangerEnergySvcs
RaymondJames
RayonierAdvMatls
Rayonier
Raytheon
Realogy
RealtyIncome
RedHat
RedLionHotels
RedwoodTrust
RegalBeloit
Regal
RegencyCtrs
RegionalMgmt
RegionsFin
Regis
ReinsuranceGrp
RelianceSteel
RenaissanceRe
ReneSola
Renren
RepublicServices
ResMed
ResoluteEnergy
ResoluteForest
ResourceCapital
RestaurantBrands
RetailPropofAmer
Revlon
RexAmerRes
RexfordIndlRealty
Rexnord
RiceEnergy
RiceMidstream
RichmontMines
RingCentral
RioTinto
RitchieBros
RiteAid
RivernorthOppsRt
RoadrunnerTrans
RobertHalf
Rockwell
RockwellCollins
RogersComm B g
Rogers
Rollins
RoperTech
RosettaStone
Rowan
RoyalBkCanada g
RoyalBkScotland
RoyalCaribbean
RoyalDutchA
RoyalDutchB
RubiconProject
RubyTuesday
RudolphTech
RyderSystem
RyersonHolding
RymanHospitality
RAS
RENX
RELX
RMAX
REVG
RH
RLI
RLJ
RES
RPM
RRD
RSPP
RYB
RDN
RL
RPT
RRC
RNGR
RJF
RYAM
RYN
RTN
RLGY
O
RHT
RLH
RWT
RBC
RGC
REG
RM
RF
RGS
RGA
RS
RNR
SOL
RENN
RSG
RMD
REN
RFP
RSO
QSR
RPAI
REV
REX
REXR
RXN
RICE
RMP
RIC
RNG
RIO
RBA
RAD
RIV.R
RRTS
RHI
ROK
COL
RCI
ROG
ROL
ROP
RST
RDC
RY
RBS
RCL
RDS.A
RDS.B
RUBI
RT
RTEC
R
RYI
RHP
36.8
1.4
1.3
1.1
.7
...
1.4
2.0
1.1
2.5
5.6
...
...
.0
2.2
6.7
.4
...
1.0
2.0
3.4
1.7
1.1
4.6
...
...
6.7
1.3
5.4
3.3
...
2.4
...
1.4
2.3
.9
...
...
2.1
1.8
...
...
1.9
1.2
5.2
...
...
1.9
...
...
5.4
...
...
4.6
2.4
...
...
...
1.9
1.6
1.0
2.9
...
1.0
.5
...
...
3.6
...
2.0
6.2
6.0
...
...
...
2.2
...
4.9
113.64
162.96
48.47
30.40
64.80
66.45
28.13
115.34
42.45
30.37
43.22
28.95
28.58
41.86
3.65
14.35
20.00
99.18
30.17
8.49
14.39
80.93
107.21
28.89
11.93
48.82
43.62
20.44
93.90
12.29
15.49
22.34
21.21
19.65
33.46
1.09
10.60
18.02
66.43
16.36
5.51
3.95
SAP
S&P Global
Seacor
SEACOR Marine
SINOPECShanghai
SJW Group
SK Telecom
SLGreenRealty
SM Energy
SPX
SPX FLOW
STAG Indl
StoreCapital
SabineRoyalty
SafeBulkers
SafeguardSci
SafetyIncome
Salesforce.com
SallyBeauty
SanJuanBasin
SanchezEnergy
SAP
SPGI
CKH
SMHI
SHI
SJW
SKM
SLG
SM
SPXC
FLOW
STAG
STOR
SBR
SB
SFE
SAFE
CRM
SBH
SJT
SN
1.2
1.0
...
...
5.9
1.4
...
3.2
.5
...
...
5.1
4.9
4.4
...
...
...
...
...
33.5
...
31
16
dd
17
dd
cc
dd
14
38
dd
59
21
84
...
20
cc
dd
dd
215.09
28.00
16.28
11.97
8.31
54.92
41.50
22.74
150.84
16.66
22.60
37.45
5.91
33.00
95.08
103.03
5.01
16.40
–3.47
+0.93
+0.25
+0.32
–0.60
+1.24
–1.10
–0.59
–1.73
+0.74
–0.10
+0.16
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+4.02
+3.18
+0.31
–1.05
6.81
1.75
–1.26
.58
–5.62
.46
–.92
.90
4.63
.87
–.05
1.26
.88
...
4.51
.76
–12.24
–.23
7.27
2.07
–.22
.57
–.60
.45
–.08
1.79
4.93
...
.65
2.02
.47
...
5.62
4.58
–1.26
.26
7.74
2.71
.03
.71
–.27
.59
.15
2.10
5.78
...
.76
2.47
.83
...
5.83
5.30
–.22
.47
2.00
.09
...
.03
...
.39
...
.30
.355
...
.04
...
...
...
.45
...
...
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dd
27
28
51
1
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32
20
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39
dd
70
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24
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32
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21
19
25
26
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18
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11
16
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12
17
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33
33
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47
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21
66
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15
49
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14
61
22
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20
30
27
35
34
57
38
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dd
15
dd
17
33
34
dd
dd
27
20
21
21
.54
21.92
22.70
67.00
27.39
83.79
58.03
21.98
22.77
52.17
9.92
33.55
27.37
20.29
90.37
13.20
18.86
13.16
86.63
14.04
29.67
188.90
32.87
55.54
121.80
8.45
16.64
79.90
16.29
63.65
25.22
15.22
15.43
145.00
77.12
139.49
2.36
9.57
64.19
79.00
30.00
5.95
10.39
67.43
12.83
22.25
91.07
29.91
25.89
28.12
20.69
9.75
42.55
48.37
28.75
1.78
.24
9.20
51.65
188.50
135.00
53.01
139.08
47.70
254.82
9.52
13.10
80.26
7.50
120.71
61.07
63.03
3.46
2.39
26.95
83.65
8.95
64.76
–0.07
+0.04
–0.04
+1.30
+0.27
+3.71
+0.51
–0.50
...
+0.41
–0.31
–0.70
–2.53
+0.91
+5.33
–0.30
–0.58
–1.42
+1.30
–0.24
–0.05
+1.01
+0.72
–1.33
+0.70
–0.35
+0.01
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–1.02
+0.77
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+2.15
+0.59
–0.06
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–0.45
–0.25
+1.16
–0.59
–0.30
–0.09
–0.40
–0.11
+0.60
–0.62
...
–1.25
–1.64
+0.56
+0.04
–0.07
+0.08
+2.64
+2.62
+0.29
–0.75
+2.38
+0.09
+4.72
–0.55
–0.61
+0.96
+0.12
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+0.15
+0.26
–0.17
+0.40
+0.15
+2.62
–0.60
–0.26
–.11
.76
.76
1.29
46.65
.13
2.59
1.61
–.66
1.36
–7.09
–.23
...
1.37
–1.20
.66
–2.75
...
3.65
1.55
1.73
7.44
1.46
1.13
1.39
–.23
1.54
4.52
1.09
1.42
1.99
.87
–.35
10.79
4.16
11.43
–1.70
...
1.78
2.40
–10.33
–.90
–1.73
1.48
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–.42
4.91
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.64
–1.84
1.45
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–.40
2.55
.86
...
...
1.23
2.67
5.56
5.51
1.22
2.65
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6.43
–1.25
2.56
5.13
–1.60
5.93
...
...
–.39
–1.76
1.16
4.90
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3.11
–1.90
1.08
1.07
1.90
1.19
2.60
1.54
1.00
.81
2.86
1.04
.76
...
1.72
5.35
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–.05
5.02
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7.59
1.70
1.18
2.78
–.22
1.57
4.86
.93
.84
2.42
1.00
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10.24
5.08
–4.46
–2.68
...
2.38
3.00
1.05
–.14
.36
1.90
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–1.14
...
.39
1.26
.49
1.45
.31
.17
4.76
.83
–.06
...
.37
2.62
6.78
6.08
2.72
5.52
.86
9.28
–.57
–.94
6.02
.63
7.42
3.51
3.51
–.49
...
1.17
4.46
.56
3.01
–.30
1.16
1.14
2.05
1.58
3.79
1.97
1.15
1.42
3.14
1.21
1.24
...
1.93
5.49
.23
.67
1.83
5.81
1.13
.50
8.47
1.95
1.25
3.27
–.06
1.56
5.27
1.05
1.45
2.73
1.12
.49
10.90
5.92
9.65
.07
...
2.64
3.35
2.94
.30
.05
2.60
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–.70
...
.20
1.52
.88
1.49
.32
.30
3.92
1.11
.03
...
.61
2.88
7.29
7.12
3.01
5.97
.97
10.14
–.35
–2.41
6.36
.67
8.58
3.97
3.97
–.58
...
1.38
5.30
1.36
3.43
.05
.1566
.1508
.18
.05
...
.21
.11
.06
.32
.14
...
...
.0025
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.02
...
.22
.07
.25
.7975
.09
.212
...
...
.28
.26
.22
.53
...
.09
...
.50
.45
.32
...
...
.345
.35
...
...
.05
.20
.1656
...
...
.145
...
...
.2814
...
...
1.1099
.17
...
...
...
.24
.76
.33
.385
...
.115
.35
...
...
.7231
...
.60
.94
.94
...
...
...
.46
...
.80
34
19
dd
...
8
24
9
95
dd
dd
cc
99
33
18
dd
dd
cc
dd
11
14
dd
112.03
161.55
44.63
13.50
62.55
63.73
25.90
97.40
18.41
29.56
42.58
27.78
25.31
40.85
3.29
13.50
18.38
98.90
17.33
7.76
4.02
–0.69
–0.27
–0.52
–0.50
–0.73
+2.84
–0.37
–6.09
–0.63
+0.33
+1.13
–0.39
–0.19
–0.25
+0.14
–0.65
+0.09
+1.96
–0.12
–0.11
–0.28
3.36
7.94
–12.76
–7.47
...
2.57
2.25
2.34
–9.90
–2.02
–9.23
.29
.82
1.88
–.83
–1.09
.36
.26
1.50
.30
–4.63
4.82
6.34
–1.66
–4.55
7.51
2.47
3.08
.47
–1.06
1.74
1.42
–.01
.82
...
–.20
–3.05
...
1.32
1.82
...
–.78
5.24
7.01
.06
–3.70
7.92
2.63
3.13
.40
–.83
2.05
2.29
.12
.88
...
.11
–2.01
.30
1.70
1.98
...
.40
1.3721
.41
...
...
3.6744
.2175
...
.775
.05
...
...
.1175
.31
.1509
...
...
.1566
...
...
.2167
...
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52-Week
High Low Name
26.85
1.85
1.79
4.00
50.65
15.87
23.78
32.40
68.33
74.99
87.84
26.85
46.21
47.01
89.87
10.14
4.93
101.00
24.15
...
13.50
4.59
5.33
50.62
12.97
20.13
17.25
19.60
43.20
7.74
120.17
50.05
84.98
4.75
50.00
35.89
48.48
124.87
39.70
23.31
34.17
390.60
48.98
16.10
123.94
64.60
8.33
101.46
16.24
35.70
199.19
50.18
63.09
65.19
34.33
15.45
61.82
40.43
143.68
29.44
181.73
10.88
10.85
1.99
63.80
17.72
27.45
55.58
41.65
57.95
38.40
4.74
52.34
44.15
64.39
86.65
12.85
25.38
47.49
146.09
23.47
78.00
81.05
12.66
30.75
9.65
33.31
21.90
5.88
55.37
110.00
160.15
118.76
28.75
11.70
11.90
14.78
23.01
37.94
99.99
20.58
19.95
18.15
92.97
91.49
25.85
48.17
56.62
20.19
70.88
25.14
22.79
150.51
68.80
34.44
8.30
19.39
32.69
26.50
91.87
40.57
13.14
21.95
35.18
15.03
1.20
1.28
2.65
36.81
10.76
17.17
24.91
55.86
47.80
61.40
17.69
30.66
35.31
60.21
3.35
3.20
81.48
12.16
...
7.35
0.15
2.61
41.22
5.02
11.10
11.22
10.20
22.55
4.49
92.95
35.10
68.51
1.65
38.49
24.90
34.36
72.80
30.12
19.02
25.42
239.48
36.06
12.07
37.74
29.85
4.10
46.09
9.68
19.89
150.15
39.82
26.60
50.57
18.81
6.45
43.66
26.97
102.73
11.28
140.83
10.20
10.00
1.64
26.47
9.90
15.95
47.10
27.72
33.85
28.04
1.10
46.20
26.52
36.91
69.02
5.00
16.83
40.19
101.93
16.80
59.70
47.73
6.64
22.50
5.83
11.00
16.30
1.45
43.29
74.35
111.89
100.00
21.50
9.00
6.75
6.46
21.11
27.87
68.68
15.58
13.70
12.50
67.85
63.80
16.75
34.48
36.71
7.87
16.50
5.52
13.42
106.48
44.80
22.71
6.61
12.45
17.84
19.15
69.90
32.22
7.66
13.50
27.96
SandRidgeEnergy
SandRidgeMS
SandRidgeMS II
SandRidgePermian
Sanofi
SantanderConUSA
SaratogaInvt
Sasol
SaulCenters
Scana
Schlumberger
SchneiderNatl
SchwabC
SchweitzerMaud
ScienceApplicat
ScorpioBulkers
ScorpioTankers
ScottsMiracleGro
ScrippsEW
Sea
SeabridgeGold
SeaDrill
SeadrillPartners
SealedAir
Seaspan
SeaWorldEnt
SelectEnergySvcs
SelectMedical
Semgroup
SemicondctrMfg
SempraEnergy
SensataTech
SensientTech
SequansComms
SeritageGrowth
ServiceCorp
ServiceMaster
ServiceNow
ShakeShack
ShawComm B g
ShellMidstream
SherwinWilliams
ShinhanFin
ShipFinance
Shopify
Shutterstock
Sibanye-Stillwater
SignetJewelers
SilverSpringNtwks
SilverBowRscs
SimonProperty
SimpsonMfg
SiteOneLandscape
SixFlags
SkechersUSA
Smart&FinalStores
SmithAO
Smith&Nephew
Smucker
Snap
SnapOn
SocialCapHed
SocialCapHed
SocialCapHedWt
SOQUIMICH
SolarisOilfield
SonicAutomotive
SonocoProducts
Sony
Sotheby's
SoJerseyInd
SouthcrossEner
Southern
SoCopper
SouthwestAirlines
SouthwestGas
SouthwesternEner
Sparton
SpectraEnerPtrs
SpectrumBrands
SpeedwayMotor
Spire
SpiritAeroSys
SpiritRealtyCap
SpragueRscs
Sprint
Square
St.Joe
StageStores
StandardMotor
StandexInt
StanleyBlackDck
StanleyBlackDeckUn
Stantec g
StarGas
Starrett A
Startek
StarwoodProp
StarwoodWaypt
StateStreet
Statoil
SteelPartners
Steelcase
Stepan
Steris
SterlingBancorp
StewartInfo
StifelFinancial
STMicroelec
StoneEnergy
StoneMorPtrs
Stoneridge
Stryker
SturmRuger
SuburbanPropane
SumitomoMits
SummitHotelProp
SummitMaterials
SummitMidstream
SunCommunities
SunLifeFinancial g
SunCokeEnergy
SunCokeEnerPtrs
SuncorEnergy g
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
SD
SDT
SDR
PER
SNY
SC
SAR
SSL
BFS
SCG
SLB
SNDR
SCHW
SWM
SAIC
SALT
STNG
SMG
SSP
SE
SA
SDRL
SDLP
SEE
SSW
SEAS
WTTR
SEM
SEMG
SMI
SRE
ST
SXT
SQNS
SRG
SCI
SERV
NOW
SHAK
SJR
SHLX
SHW
SHG
SFL
SHOP
SSTK
SBGL
SIG
SSNI
SBOW
SPG
SSD
SITE
SIX
SKX
SFS
AOS
SNN
SJM
SNAP
SNA
IPOA.U
IPOA
IPOA.WS
SQM
SOI
SAH
SON
SNE
BID
SJI
SXE
SO
SCCO
LUV
SWX
SWN
SPA
SEP
SPB
TRK
SR
SPR
SRC
SRLP
S
SQ
JOE
SSI
SMP
SXI
SWK
SWP
STN
SGU
SCX
SRT
STWD
SFR
STT
STO
SPLP
SCS
SCL
STE
STL
STC
SF
STM
SGY
STON
SRI
SYK
RGR
SPH
SMFG
INN
SUM
SMLP
SUI
SLF
SXC
SXCP
SU
...
14.6
15.3
17.2
3.3
...
8.6
4.2
3.2
5.0
3.2
.8
.7
4.0
1.7
...
1.1
2.1
...
...
...
...
21.9
1.4
6.8
...
...
...
6.8
...
2.9
...
1.7
...
2.4
1.7
...
...
...
4.1
4.7
.9
...
9.4
...
...
4.7
1.9
...
...
4.4
1.7
...
4.2
...
...
.9
1.3
3.0
...
1.8
...
...
...
1.3
...
1.0
2.9
...
...
3.3
...
4.4
1.3
.8
2.5
...
...
6.7
1.5
2.6
2.7
.5
8.9
9.6
...
...
...
11.0
1.6
.6
1.6
4.5
1.4
4.2
4.8
...
8.8
1.2
1.7
4.3
...
3.3
.9
1.4
1.1
3.2
.8
1.2
...
20.3
...
1.1
1.8
13.6
...
4.3
...
11.0
3.0
3.5
...
13.3
3.1
dd
6
5
6
13
8
12
12
40
12
cc
...
29
18
20
dd
dd
26
26
...
dd
dd
1
24
dd
dd
...
28
cc
5
17
30
33
dd
dd
19
28
dd
65
28
22
32
8
...
dd
43
dd
10
dd
10
30
24
61
57
21
60
31
21
22
dd
16
...
...
...
45
...
13
20
40
36
31
dd
80
34
18
25
dd
cc
15
22
24
22
30
cc
12
dd
dd
63
dd
18
29
21
...
37
36
60
45
12
dd
18
dd
cc
15
23
65
21
13
27
40
dd
dd
8
34
13
58
8
18
57
88
cc
13
dd
dd
27
18.93
1.32
1.31
2.78
49.51
15.39
22.43
28.86
63.24
49.04
63.15
25.72
44.68
41.60
70.88
8.20
3.70
98.70
17.69
16.26
12.90
.29
3.66
45.22
7.35
12.38
15.90
17.80
26.60
6.64
114.13
49.96
79.19
1.84
42.51
34.33
47.16
124.82
34.71
21.73
27.08
389.70
44.65
14.85
102.10
34.82
4.85
65.96
16.11
22.51
164.72
49.58
62.60
60.82
33.99
7.00
61.59
38.28
104.22
15.56
160.12
10.72
10.18
1.73
59.30
15.30
19.40
53.11
37.55
51.47
33.40
2.00
52.21
43.13
59.37
80.38
5.38
23.29
42.83
110.03
23.09
77.35
80.96
8.08
25.40
6.93
32.50
18.15
1.82
47.28
103.70
160.12
118.45
28.55
10.52
8.35
11.79
21.94
37.02
99.12
20.43
18.85
15.50
86.83
91.24
24.80
37.55
52.81
19.92
26.94
6.50
22.20
150.49
52.45
26.08
7.87
15.90
31.77
20.85
89.44
39.62
10.28
17.80
33.33
–0.17
+0.01
–0.04
–0.02
+0.02
+0.26
+0.16
–0.19
–2.06
–0.81
–4.02
+1.42
–0.05
–0.30
+1.93
+0.95
+0.09
–0.89
–0.18
...
–0.50
...
+0.01
+0.67
+0.13
–0.74
+0.10
–0.55
–2.10
+0.21
–0.74
+0.99
+0.61
–0.09
–3.21
+0.09
+0.01
+2.53
+1.17
–0.12
–0.82
+3.86
–0.53
+0.10
+7.88
+0.42
+0.07
+5.95
–0.11
+0.16
–1.59
+0.36
+0.31
–1.15
+9.64
–0.20
+0.43
–0.22
–0.89
–0.94
+8.11
+0.02
+0.06
–0.08
–0.60
–0.85
–0.95
+1.47
+0.73
+1.47
–1.89
–0.18
+1.27
–0.03
+0.25
+0.49
–0.33
+0.01
–1.85
+4.18
+0.25
+1.45
+1.42
–0.49
–0.25
–0.19
–0.31
–0.95
+0.01
+0.37
+0.75
+1.41
+0.95
+0.07
–0.59
–0.56
–0.15
+0.25
+0.48
–0.14
+0.12
+0.45
+0.10
–1.68
+1.75
+0.40
–0.21
+0.06
–0.06
–1.96
+0.41
+0.16
+3.80
+2.75
–0.25
+0.05
–0.21
+0.26
–0.45
+0.59
–0.01
+0.68
+0.45
–0.40
55.54
.54
.40
.54
2.02
2.13
1.98
...
1.52
4.16
–1.24
30.00
1.31
2.70
3.22
–2.22
–.15
5.09
.79
...
–.11
–.36
3.20
2.46
–1.89
–.15
–.05
.87
.04
.45
5.46
1.54
2.82
–.39
–1.64
.90
1.13
–2.75
.53
1.89
1.32
11.99
4.95
1.57
–.42
.91
.71
7.08
–.42
69.16
5.87
1.86
–3.01
1.25
1.57
.17
1.85
1.75
5.10
–.51
9.20
...
...
...
1.06
.07
2.03
2.81
.54
1.27
1.56
–1.48
2.55
1.00
3.55
3.18
–6.32
.13
2.84
5.99
.96
3.24
3.70
.21
.40
–.30
–.50
.21
–1.40
2.62
3.65
6.51
...
.92
.70
.14
.02
1.50
–.80
4.97
–.91
.25
1.03
3.73
1.28
1.07
1.85
1.00
.19
–599.27
–.94
2.74
4.35
4.59
.24
.95
1.00
.53
–.71
.26
3.06
.22
2.07
.20
1.29
...
...
...
3.37
1.72
2.21
2.51
...
4.17
1.49
.94
1.62
3.15
3.57
–.66
–.21
3.98
.14
...
...
–.06
1.50
1.82
.69
–2.08
.02
.81
.66
.19
5.23
3.16
3.43
–.27
...
1.46
2.04
1.17
.51
.97
1.30
14.67
5.99
1.22
–.04
1.16
.40
7.06
.02
4.33
6.13
2.09
1.44
1.87
1.56
.49
2.11
1.77
7.72
–2.90
10.06
...
...
...
1.61
.53
1.85
2.75
2.24
1.95
1.19
–2.12
2.94
1.76
3.61
3.43
.47
...
3.20
5.56
1.00
3.57
5.25
.19
4.00
–.02
.24
.25
–.90
2.87
5.07
7.31
...
1.52
...
...
.30
2.10
–.05
6.15
1.18
...
.93
4.57
4.06
1.37
2.34
3.44
.83
–7.65
–.22
1.46
6.45
3.12
.57
.86
.90
1.16
.05
.96
3.24
–.07
–1.99
1.12
1.24
...
...
...
3.50
1.97
2.16
2.69
...
3.32
2.32
1.11
1.96
3.38
3.86
–.23
.41
4.42
.80
...
...
–.96
.82
2.50
1.09
.42
.89
1.02
1.32
.25
5.55
3.45
3.80
–.16
...
1.56
2.29
1.79
.60
1.01
1.59
18.02
5.57
1.07
.24
1.21
.51
7.34
.27
5.23
7.11
2.23
1.83
2.28
1.97
.57
2.37
1.87
8.04
–.99
11.16
...
...
...
1.76
1.38
1.98
3.02
2.47
2.44
1.45
–1.78
3.03
2.03
4.53
3.61
.78
...
3.25
6.26
1.05
3.71
5.37
.23
3.28
.03
.43
.08
–.65
3.45
5.72
8.20
...
1.81
...
...
.52
2.18
.23
6.92
1.07
...
1.12
5.16
4.54
1.73
2.95
3.92
1.04
–.20
–.20
1.47
7.09
3.79
1.49
.88
.65
1.64
.51
1.33
3.45
.08
1.62
1.01
...
.0482
.05
.119
1.6406
...
.48
.6016
.51
.6125
.50
.05
.08
.42
.31
...
.01
.53
...
...
...
...
.20
.16
.125
...
...
...
.45
...
.8225
...
.33
...
.25
.15
...
...
...
.0744
.318
.85
...
.35
...
...
.1146
.31
...
...
1.80
.21
...
.64
...
...
.14
.246
.78
...
.71
...
...
...
.3865
...
.05
.39
...
...
.2725
...
.58
.14
.125
.495
...
...
.7138
.42
.15
.525
.10
.18
.6075
...
...
...
.05
.19
.16
.63
1.34
.0993
.11
.10
...
.48
.11
.42
.2201
.15
.1275
.205
.31
.07
.30
.10
.06
...
.33
...
.425
.23
.8875
...
.17
...
.575
.67
.3439
...
.594
.2552
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
32.67
17.15
61.69
18.34
19.39
28.82
36.68
16.10
24.90
38.06
93.61
134.51
47.67
57.07
29.50
21.01
12.14
44.45
5.40
7.91
14.00
14.55
12.40
18.51
26.01
74.52
100.06
32.21
47.15
7.05
Sunoco
SunstoneHotelInv
SunTrustBanks
SunTrustBanksWtB
SuperiorEnergy
SuperiorIndsIntl
Supervalu
SutherlandAsset
Switch
SynchronyFin
Syngenta
Synnex
SynovusFin
Sysco
Systemax
SUN
SHO
STI
STI.WS.B
SPN
SUP
SVU
SLD
SWCH
SYF
SYT
SNX
SNV
SYY
SYX
36.16
20.03
3.96
65.03
88.58
17.07
36.94
33.39
19.42
80.92
10.58
10.25
1.75
10.44
9.85
1.55
20.70
15.64
79.82
12.65
28.76
41.72
29.50
55.50
37.34
61.83
79.33
124.52
41.50
77.03
24.79
39.70
37.09
33.76
11.77
19.90
6.49
2.78
27.16
0.75
37.55
5.10
32.74
10.53
8.45
165.87
248.68
16.85
11.64
36.19
32.98
70.45
37.21
24.13
76.80
70.96
34.30
39.47
46.80
115.86
37.40
6.23
44.42
434.99
20.16
55.80
194.43
21.52
16.80
48.61
133.29
23.70
221.32
30.35
3.90
2.55
20.00
97.29
15.29
20.40
103.90
51.75
23.00
14.23
44.33
40.44
67.27
83.48
73.86
57.79
55.04
70.62
30.50
13.01
124.32
6.60
51.85
29.69
295.00
49.31
16.66
22.18
51.00
134.11
16.17
11.02
13.73
0.91
47.12
61.07
11.47
30.31
21.62
11.17
66.66
10.07
9.70
1.20
10.15
9.74
1.35
18.71
10.35
41.41
4.24
9.40
28.34
21.74
42.59
23.06
40.25
48.56
92.28
28.97
48.77
15.82
10.45
24.53
14.56
5.14
13.06
1.65
1.37
18.67
0.15
14.00
1.60
17.04
7.10
5.85
102.78
136.53
11.95
8.15
27.17
24.12
39.57
26.17
12.25
60.05
51.09
26.27
20.22
21.88
75.20
24.81
1.85
14.30
249.00
6.90
38.67
139.07
15.74
11.05
39.23
74.00
11.38
163.85
20.37
1.00
0.82
14.06
71.86
8.02
11.65
83.31
31.60
9.39
7.97
26.65
33.19
28.81
62.86
46.09
44.37
45.05
46.92
20.85
8.12
103.62
3.75
42.69
9.41
203.72
36.93
7.20
6.50
28.92
103.45
11.38
TAL Education
TCF Fin
TCF Fin Wt
TC PipeLines
TE Connectivity
Tegna
Telus g
Ternium
TIM Part
TJX
TPG PaceEnergy
TPGPaceEnergyA
TPGPaceEnergyWt
TPGPace
TPG Pace
TPGPaceWt
TPG RE Fin
TRI Pointe
TableauSoftware
TahoeResources
TailoredBrands
TaiwanSemi
TallgrassEnerGP
TallgrassEnPtrs
Tanger
TargaResources
Target
TaroPharm
TataMotors
TaubmanCtrs
TaylorMorrison
Team
TechnipFMC
TeckRscsB g
Teekay
TeekayLNG un
TeekayOffshore
TeekayTankers
TejonRanch
TejonRanchRt
Teladoc
Telaria
TelecomArgentina
TelecomItalia
TelecomItalia A
TeledyneTech
Teleflex
TelefonicaBras
Telefonica
TelekmIndonesia
Telephone&Data
TempurSealy
Tenaris
TenetHealthcare
Tennant
Tenneco
Teradata
Teradyne
Terex
TerraNitrogen
TerrenoRealty
TetraTech
TevaPharm
TexasPacLand
Textainer
Textron
ThermoFisherSci
Thermon
ThirdPointReins
ThomsonReuters
ThorIndustries
3D Systems
3M
Tidewater
TidewaterWtSeriesA
TidewaterWtSeriesB
TierReit
Tiffany
Tilly's
TimeInc.
TimeWarner
Timken
TimkenSteel
TItanIntl
Toll Bros
TootsieRoll
TopBuild
Torchmark
Toro
TorontoDomBk g
Total
TotalSystem
TowerIntl
TownsquareMedia
ToyotaMotor
Transalta g
TransCanada g
TrancntlRlty
TransDigm
Transmontaigne
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TransportadGas
TransUnion
Travelers
TravelportWorldwd
TAL
TCF
TCF.WS
TCP
TEL
TGNA
TU
TX
TSU
TJX
TPGE.U
TPGE
TPGE.WS
TPGH.U
TPGH
TPGH.WS
TRTX
TPH
DATA
TAHO
TLRD
TSM
TEGP
TEP
SKT
TRGP
TGT
TARO
TTM
TCO
TMHC
TISI
FTI
TECK
TK
TGP
TOO
TNK
TRC
TRC.R
TDOC
TLRA
TEO
TI
TI.A
TDY
TFX
VIV
TEF
TLK
TDS
TPX
TS
THC
TNC
TEN
TDC
TER
TEX
TNH
TRNO
TTI
TEVA
TPL
TGH
TXT
TMO
THR
TPRE
TRI
THO
DDD
MMM
TDW
TDW.WS.A
TDW.WS.B
TIER
TIF
TLYS
TIME
TWX
TKR
TMST
TWI
TOL
TR
BLD
TMK
TTC
TD
TOT
TSS
TOWR
TSQ
TM
TAC
TRP
TCI
TDG
TLP
RIG
TGS
TRU
TRV
TVPT
10.9
1.2
2.7
...
...
2.1
...
9.3
...
1.8
...
.9
1.3
2.4
1.4
dd
21
16
...
dd
68
dd
10
22
12
41
18
19
26
dd
30.43
16.53
60.02
15.95
8.85
16.90
15.03
15.90
19.30
33.04
92.07
131.31
47.30
54.89
28.37
–1.26
–0.08
+0.56
+0.15
–1.32
–0.05
–5.17
...
–0.42
+2.22
–0.01
–1.47
+0.66
+0.44
+0.16
–5.26
.55
3.60
...
–5.85
1.62
17.01
1.85
.87
2.71
2.55
5.88
1.89
2.08
–.87
–1.05
.70
4.04
...
–1.58
1.45
2.32
1.37
...
2.59
...
8.76
2.45
2.76
1.26
2.01
.52
4.44
...
–.69
1.95
2.44
1.60
...
3.20
...
9.65
2.88
2.98
1.49
.8255
.05
.40
...
...
.09
...
.37
...
.15
1.0115
.30
.15
.33
.10
cc
15
...
17
19
16
23
8
33
20
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
19
dd
9
12
19
39
21
17
dd
12
11
17
39
12
dd
...
9
dd
11
5
dd
dd
...
dd
dd
16
...
...
30
46
23
17
16
59
19
cc
dd
62
13
43
20
dd
12
80
dd
dd
63
dd
16
34
55
9
36
19
dd
25
dd
...
...
dd
26
30
dd
19
24
dd
dd
16
34
36
18
27
14
18
33
8
14
11
76
57
dd
30
16
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27
44
15
19
34.91
17.43
1.99
52.61
88.47
12.94
35.68
31.82
19.14
72.09
10.30
9.83
1.35
10.35
9.74
1.55
19.33
15.54
78.78
4.99
14.14
41.12
26.77
45.93
25.20
43.78
61.76
108.31
32.75
49.75
22.84
12.35
24.96
22.74
8.73
18.05
2.65
1.71
19.38
.29
34.25
4.61
31.70
9.12
7.35
165.42
243.06
16.12
10.38
31.61
28.52
67.30
26.29
14.66
69.55
64.01
32.54
39.11
45.84
79.75
36.81
2.63
14.90
410.24
19.85
53.74
193.86
21.00
16.65
47.67
132.10
12.00
221.32
27.07
3.10
2.27
19.95
94.54
12.50
12.15
101.83
51.00
17.57
9.70
44.21
36.30
65.30
83.12
63.45
56.82
54.16
67.88
27.85
10.23
123.71
6.20
49.03
28.08
268.60
41.55
9.95
21.04
50.73
133.32
16.05
–0.29
+0.44
+0.27
–1.46
+0.73
+0.30
–0.35
–0.57
+0.26
+0.02
+0.07
–0.03
+0.05
+0.05
–0.02
...
–0.55
+0.90
+1.11
–0.24
+0.67
+0.30
–1.18
–2.44
–0.01
–3.45
+0.91
–2.16
–0.04
–1.16
+0.20
–0.25
–1.70
–0.19
–0.25
–0.25
...
+0.06
+0.43
+0.06
+2.10
–0.19
+0.25
–0.05
–0.04
+2.45
+4.35
...
–0.44
–0.93
–0.18
+2.55
–1.15
+1.51
+0.40
+2.51
–0.67
+0.50
+0.12
–0.33
–0.02
–0.05
–0.08
–15.28
+1.90
+0.48
+1.44
+0.43
+0.15
+0.86
+2.93
+0.04
+3.60
+0.54
+0.01
–0.16
+0.13
+0.14
+0.70
–0.55
+0.89
+0.60
+0.10
+0.04
+1.73
–0.80
+2.32
+1.51
+0.89
–0.09
+0.19
+0.20
+0.20
+0.08
+0.33
+0.25
–1.14
+0.74
+3.11
–1.72
–0.91
–0.74
+1.09
+6.65
+0.36
.24
1.15
...
3.21
5.44
1.99
1.55
2.97
.45
3.46
...
...
...
...
...
...
2.09
1.21
–1.92
.41
.51
2.00
.55
2.23
2.01
–1.80
4.70
11.05
1.64
1.77
1.69
–.45
–10786
1.36
–1.62
1.69
–.25
.40
.03
...
–1.75
–.40
1.37
.88
.99
5.37
4.98
.73
.46
1.47
.39
3.38
.10
–1.93
2.59
6.31
.95
–.21
–1.63
7.56
.26
–1.85
.07
4.66
–.89
3.53
5.09
.45
.26
4.14
7.09
–.35
8.16
–440.43
...
...
–.62
3.55
.40
–.49
4.96
1.92
–2.39
–.81
2.18
1.05
1.92
4.49
2.06
3.53
2.51
1.73
1.82
.85
11.18
.31
.12
–.10
10.39
2.14
2.05
.39
.65
10.28
.13
.35
1.21
...
3.21
4.75
1.09
2.12
3.93
.64
3.93
...
...
...
...
...
...
1.63
1.32
.23
.38
1.83
2.17
.88
3.71
.81
–.63
4.52
...
2.13
1.11
1.90
–.55
...
3.55
–.82
1.18
.86
–.06
...
...
–1.52
–.28
2.09
.89
.89
5.69
8.29
.93
.86
1.77
.57
3.28
.55
.76
2.28
6.69
1.25
1.97
1.15
...
.64
–.18
4.24
...
.12
2.52
9.33
.44
2.69
2.45
8.12
.44
8.97
–5.03
...
...
1.89
3.98
.54
1.10
6.12
2.56
–.48
–.45
3.20
...
2.76
4.75
2.39
4.45
4.08
3.28
3.64
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11.14
–.01
2.40
...
12.29
2.74
–.22
.93
1.83
7.38
1.37
.56
1.36
...
3.37
5.05
1.62
2.29
3.60
.83
4.26
...
...
...
...
...
...
1.81
1.46
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.49
1.99
2.44
1.09
3.56
1.04
–.03
4.40
...
3.41
1.28
2.22
.65
...
2.55
.57
2.07
1.17
.16
...
...
–1.28
–.02
2.34
.98
.98
6.60
9.62
1.11
.97
1.94
.40
3.78
.89
1.16
2.86
7.30
1.27
2.12
2.09
...
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.02
3.77
...
.87
2.95
10.54
.71
2.18
2.65
8.93
.56
9.44
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...
...
–.10
4.32
.58
1.23
6.51
3.04
.83
.19
3.57
...
3.45
5.06
2.56
4.70
4.27
3.60
3.98
1.13
11.65
.07
2.59
...
13.49
2.85
–.97
2.27
2.06
9.57
1.52
.0833
.075
...
1.00
.40
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.3884
1.00
.0929
.3125
...
...
...
...
...
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...
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1.1512
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.3425
.91
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...
...
.625
...
...
...
.0399
.055
.14
.01
.03
...
...
...
...
...
...
.3061
...
.34
.0594
.2231
.1466
.155
...
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...
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...
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.08
1.60
.22
...
.085
1.00
...
.02
.15
...
...
.345
.37
...
1.175
...
...
...
.18
.50
.70
.04
.4025
.27
...
.005
.08
.09
...
.15
.175
.4797
.7333
.13
.11
...
...
.0314
.4995
...
22.00
.755
...
...
...
.72
.075
T
...
1.7
...
7.6
1.8
2.2
4.4
3.1
...
1.7
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
4.8
5.1
2.8
5.3
8.2
5.4
8.3
4.0
...
...
5.0
...
...
...
.7
2.5
3.1
1.5
7.0
...
...
...
...
...
...
4.2
...
.6
...
4.3
2.3
2.2
...
4.3
...
1.2
1.6
...
.7
.7
8.0
2.4
...
2.3
.1
...
.1
.3
...
...
2.9
1.1
...
2.1
...
...
...
3.6
2.1
...
1.3
1.6
2.1
...
.2
.7
1.0
...
.7
1.1
3.4
5.4
.8
1.6
...
...
2.0
4.1
...
...
7.3
...
...
...
2.2
1.9
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
14.80
25.60
90.42
90.09
20.35
43.04
41.58
35.97
72.60
25.41
14.41
40.50
34.80
27.25
28.70
5.28
74.36
9.69
18.99
3.80
33.00
43.10
20.88
10.54
182.49
72.22
9.75
14.65
62.64
50.81
12.47
27.75
17.78
20.80
44.70
15.05
10.25
11.50
19.65
7.40
16.50
3.92
52.32
6.35
11.67
2.44
18.05
22.80
14.12
8.20
139.61
55.72
TrecoraResources
Tredegar
TreeHouseFoods
Trex
TriangleCap
TribuneMediaA
TriNet
TrinityIndustries
Trinseo
Triple-S Mgmt
TriplePtVent
TritonIntl
TriumphGroup
Tronox
TrueBlue
TsakosEnergy
Tupperware
TurkcellIletism
TurningPoint
TurquoiseHill
TutorPerini
Twilio
Twitter
TwoHarborsInv
TylerTech
TysonFoods
TREC
TG
THS
TREX
TCAP
TRCO
TNET
TRN
TSE
GTS
TPVG
TRTN
TGI
TROX
TBI
TNP
TUP
TKC
TPB
TRQ
TPC
TWLO
TWTR
TWO
TYL
TSN
...
2.3
...
...
13.8
2.5
...
1.5
2.0
...
10.4
4.5
.5
.7
...
4.2
4.4
...
...
...
...
...
...
10.3
...
1.3
18.31
40.71
52.00
17.90
52.84
19.78
46.01
17.50
30.73
34.67
78.00
61.49
25.39
38.38
33.40
37.94
160.63
61.62
60.13
116.93
16.70
30.63
83.04
2.73
120.80
147.60
56.61
41.83
124.79
208.21
33.15
83.35
84.90
129.74
29.20
5.38
52.91
28.90
20.49
25.43
73.88
13.38
32.79
41.79
11.47
38.54
14.30
33.30
9.00
22.19
23.71
51.96
24.26
18.38
15.92
14.80
26.03
116.90
38.41
38.58
87.06
6.90
15.29
52.21
1.74
102.12
70.58
43.50
17.05
97.62
136.22
20.54
52.40
54.06
99.72
15.08
1.50
34.83
23.13
15.68
18.32
52.55
UBS Group
UDR
UGI
UMH Prop
Unitil
USA Compression
US Cellular
USD Partners
US Foods
USG
US PhysTherapy
US Silica
UltraparPart
UnderArmour A
UnderArmour C
Unifi
Unifirst
Unilever
Unilever
UnionPacific
Unisys
Unit
UnitedContinental
UnitedMicro
UPS B
UnitedRentals
US Bancorp
US Steel
UnitedTech
UnitedHealth
Univar
Universal
UniversalHealth
UniversalHealthB
UnivInsurance
UnvlTechInst
UnumGroup
UrbanEdgeProp
UrstadtBiddle
UrstadtProp A
UsanaHealth
UBS
UDR
UGI
UMH
UTL
USAC
USM
USDP
USFD
USG
USPH
SLCA
UGP
UAA
UA
UFI
UNF
UN
UL
UNP
UIS
UNT
UAL
UMC
UPS
URI
USB
X
UTX
UNH
UNVR
UVV
UHT
UHS
UVE
UTI
UNM
UE
UBP
UBA
USNA
3.4
3.2
2.1
4.6
2.8
12.3
...
12.3
...
...
1.2
.9
2.2
...
...
...
.1
2.9
3.0
2.1
...
...
...
3.2
2.8
...
2.2
.7
2.3
1.4
...
3.8
3.4
.4
2.3
...
1.8
3.6
5.1
4.8
...
9.78
66.97
109.26
5.61
1.43
232.71
11.72
24.30
78.64
51.00
4.10
58.76
12.82
0.40
165.20
24.98
73.14
107.87
22.13
68.84
35.58
20.96
68.07
25.13
72.36
21.48
62.60
54.83
44.95
8.43
40.46
61.85
37.95
6.00
15.49
21.70
24.80
41.29
128.39
19.33
28.33
6.09
118.73
32.05
8.69
90.29
6.37
42.96
138.18
7.44
48.05
75.17
2.75
0.68
153.66
5.96
8.31
54.21
38.90
1.84
41.15
9.59
0.03
121.05
18.30
54.38
75.94
18.70
46.52
16.35
11.55
37.34
17.85
56.20
15.10
26.85
42.80
29.91
3.17
22.18
35.10
30.42
0.28
7.80
13.70
15.10
18.32
66.40
13.50
4.95
2.50
72.65
16.10
5.74
69.78
2.61
28.96
108.95
VEREIT
VF
Visa
VOC Energy
VaalcoEnergy
VailResorts
Vale
ValeantPharm
ValeroEnergy
ValeroEnergyPtrs
Valhi
Validus
ValleyNatlBncp
ValleyNatlWt
ValmontInds
Valvoline
Vantiv
VarianMed
VectorGroup
Vectren
Vectrus
Vedanta
VeevaSystems
VenatorMaterials
Ventas
VeriFoneSystems
Veritiv
Verizon
VermilionEnergy g
Verso
VersumMaterials
Viad
VinaConcha
VinceHolding
Vipshop
Vishay
VishayPrecision
VistaOutdoor
Visteon
VistraEnergy
VitaminShoppe
VivintSolar
VMware
VoceraComm
Vonage
VornadoRealty
voxeljet
VoyaFinancial
VulcanMaterials
VER
VFC
V
VOC
EGY
MTN
VALE
VRX
VLO
VLP
VHI
VR
VLY
VLY.WS
VMI
VVV
VNTV
VAR
VGR
VVC
VEC
VEDL
VEEV
VNTR
VTR
PAY
VRTV
VZ
VET
VRS
VSM
VVI
VCO
VNCE
VIPS
VSH
VPG
VSTO
VC
VST
VSI
VSLR
VMW
VCRA
VG
VNO
VJET
VOYA
VMC
6.8
2.5
.7
10.6
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1.8
5.5
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3.6
4.6
2.4
2.9
3.7
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7.7
2.5
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10.9
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4.9
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6.1
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1.2
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12.30
19.20
67.58
88.97
13.02
40.73
34.88
34.61
72.00
24.19
13.81
39.95
32.20
26.33
23.90
4.79
61.23
9.55
18.14
3.18
27.90
32.62
17.87
10.11
177.33
71.54
–0.45
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2.29
.94
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2.25
6.84
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–.24
–.87
–.50
–.37
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4.41
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1.49
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1.92
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–.65
1.01
2.82
4.53
.31
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3.18
2.99
1.67
1.23
1.49
1.25
7.49
...
1.53
2.57
2.45
.03
1.69
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4.69
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1.64
–.01
2.26
–.22
.31
1.06
3.86
5.21
.75
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3.62
3.39
1.74
1.68
1.61
1.33
8.35
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1.51
3.40
2.83
1.35
1.83
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5.12
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1.53
...
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–.07
.34
.97
4.36
5.64
...
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...
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38.42
48.09
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33.74
66.05
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24.46
17.48
15.91
36.51
155.95
56.32
54.79
112.99
8.90
18.34
59.90
2.58
119.76
144.40
54.09
28.43
120.93
207.49
29.36
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6.85
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6.45
3.24
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6.12
7.25
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1.28
7.14
2.79
–2.02
3.95
.91
.56
.56
3.99
1.29
.29
2.28
–.11
2.00
.23
.29
1.14
1.35
1.65
2.11
1.51
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.37
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1.87
5.28
2.61
2.60
5.75
–1.86
.53
6.38
.10
6.01
10.10
3.43
1.64
6.57
9.93
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...
...
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2.90
–.37
4.17
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3.79
1.48
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2.47
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2.14
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1.19
1.70
2.08
2.37
2.86
1.06
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2.11
5.71
2.87
2.85
6.44
–.30
1.22
6.93
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6.48
11.34
3.74
2.22
6.86
10.88
1.53
...
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8.32
3.43
–.05
4.40
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4.35
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.31
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...
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.2691
...
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.414
.414
.605
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...
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25
41
7
dd
47
15
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19
15
31
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17
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35
56
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8.06
66.38
107.55
3.60
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228.51
10.28
12.13
77.54
41.71
3.36
51.88
11.92
.25
159.50
24.03
69.35
106.69
20.71
67.81
32.65
20.21
61.00
23.85
63.00
20.06
32.85
49.53
33.80
6.91
39.69
60.80
36.00
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8.25
21.40
24.00
22.02
123.88
19.03
5.35
3.75
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30.26
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74.50
5.10
40.15
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1.33
1.32
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2.16
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1.86
–.08
1.30
3.21
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33.32
1.95
2.09
1.91
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...
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2.12
53.06
1.04
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2.78
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4.34
–.67
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3.09
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2.98
3.43
...
...
6.26
1.21
3.68
4.74
2.95
...
–.19
.71
...
7.08
1.39
3.34
3.95
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2.63
1.89
1.73
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1.75
1.87
1.30
3.90
3.76
...
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1.91
2.76
1.72
...
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1.35
.92
1.24
6.13
.54
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5.07
.16
.28
1.26
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3.34
3.20
–.03
3.38
4.01
...
...
7.17
.98
3.55
5.98
3.28
...
4.06
.83
...
7.97
1.48
3.78
4.47
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2.81
2.03
2.20
1.01
2.61
1.93
1.58
4.04
3.83
...
.69
2.12
2.86
2.15
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1.40
1.12
1.61
6.91
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5.53
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1.32
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4.42
4.64
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...
1.053
.2831
...
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1.0983
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U
V
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
52-Week
High Low Name
W
155.94
3.69
67.20
123.60
86.89
38.24
70.38
16.17
24.16
93.81
22.45
80.50
56.46
87.45
8.11
27.67
12.18
33.96
71.04
79.28
190.39
163.95
71.05
84.19
7.09
57.50
49.32
38.12
68.88
23.46
184.88
59.99
26.45
78.17
15.78
76.15
99.91
57.50
56.11
11.18
47.82
67.44
26.85
22.70
85.86
26.25
6.90
27.05
60.54
71.00
35.50
25.27
202.99
948.94
14.78
13.39
18.83
16.48
57.75
57.69
3.84
25.18
32.69
42.32
56.94
48.05
6.40
29.62
53.50
22.70
47.49
23.88
62.44
110.74
96.10
1.31
53.66
97.26
59.07
24.82
55.77
8.39
10.74
69.20
15.02
55.65
23.61
65.28
0.30
15.10
7.31
27.65
48.78
61.59
133.35
128.60
58.35
27.60
3.39
37.82
9.55
29.03
41.30
14.93
113.34
44.49
13.19
59.39
6.95
48.95
70.17
49.20
35.56
9.43
38.70
48.04
18.85
18.39
48.92
19.25
2.10
22.17
43.79
49.96
28.58
16.94
145.91
815.04
10.80
3.97
14.00
10.36
49.00
46.53
1.42
15.60
27.35
32.93
42.68
24.15
4.50
20.58
30.62
12.15
32.28
16.77
40.82
62.60
WABCO
W&T Offshore
WEC Energy
WEX
WGLHoldings
WNS
W.P.Carey
WPX Energy
WabashNational
Wabtec
Waddell&ReedFin
WageWorks
Walker&Dunlop
Wal-Mart
WalterInvMgmt
WarriorMetCoal
WashingtonPrime
WashingtonREIT
WasteConnections
WasteMgt
Waters
Watsco
WattsWater
Wayfair
WeatherfordIntl
WebsterFin
WeightWatchers
WeingartenRealty
WeisMarkets
Welbilt
WellCareHealth
WellsFargo
WellsFargo Wt
Welltower
WescoAircraft
WescoIntl
WestPharmSvcs
WestarEnergy
WestAllianceBcp
WesternAssetMort
WesternGasEquity
WesternGasPtrs
WesternRefinLog
WesternUnion
WestlakeChem
WestlakeChemPtrs
WestmorelandRes
WestpacBanking
WestRock
Westwood
Weyerhaeuser
WheatonPrecMetals
Whirlpool
WhiteMtnIns
WhitestoneREIT
WhitingPetrol
WideOpenWest
WildHorseResource
Wiley A
Wiley B
Willbros
WilliamLyonHomes
Williams
WilliamsPartners
Williams-Sonoma
Winnebago
Wipro
WolverineWwide
WooriBank
Workiva
WorldFuelSvcs
WW Ent
WorthingtonInds
Wyndham
WBC
WTI
WEC
WEX
WGL
WNS
WPC
WPX
WNC
WAB
WDR
WAGE
WD
WMT
WAC
HCC
WPG
WRE
WCN
WM
WAT
WSO
WTS
W
WFT
WBS
WTW
WRI
WMK
WBT
WCG
WFC
WFC.WS
HCN
WAIR
WCC
WST
WR
WAL
WMC
WGP
WES
WNRL
WU
WLK
WLKP
WMLP
WBK
WRK
WHG
WY
WPM
WHR
WTM
WSR
WLL
WOW
WRD
JW.A
JW.B
WG
WLH
WMB
WPZ
WSM
WGO
WIT
WWW
WF
WK
INT
WWE
WOR
WYN
47.27
20.99
68.96
50.56
22.30
8.44
39.96
6.38
66.28
26.48
3.90
46.76
15.11
4.06
53.50
78.14
43.55
6.06
18.45
36.77
31.95
133.49
27.41
66.11
14.25
33.22
14.99
31.68
38.00
15.00
4.45
25.84
4.26
45.60
15.00
2.21
26.93
11.76
1.79
19.85
59.57
24.00
3.11
11.14
29.30
19.77
95.63
10.77
46.86
6.25
XL Group
XO Group
XPO Logistics
XcelEnergy
XeniaHotels
XeriumTech
Xerox
XinyuanRealEst
Xylem
YPF
YamanaGold
Yelp
Yext
YingliGreenEner
Yirendai
YumBrands
YumChina
YuMe
ZTO Express
ZayoGroup
Zendesk
ZimmerBiomet
Zoe'sKitchen
Zoetis
Zymeworks
XL
XOXO
XPO
XEL
XHR
XRM
XRX
XIN
XYL
YPF
AUY
YELP
YEXT
YGE
YRD
YUM
YUMC
YUME
ZTO
ZAYO
ZEN
ZBH
ZOES
ZTS
ZYME
21.70
21.82
21.86
25.13
25.52
25.32
16.09
17.44
32.03
9.74
12.00
81.00
11.93
20.89
15.47
14.77
18.35
24.71
24.86
24.86
11.88
12.90
22.30
6.15
8.65
60.41
9.14
15.45
EmpireStateReal250
EmpireStateReal60
EmpireStateRealES
NationwideMaxDivUS
NationRiskBaseIntl
NationRiskBasedUS
USBrentOilFd
USDieselHeatingOil
USGasolineFd
US NatGas
UnitedStatesOilFd
US ShortOilFd
US12mthNtlGas
US12moOilFd
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...
3.1
...
2.4
...
5.8
...
1.1
.6
8.9
...
...
2.3
...
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11.8
3.7
.7
2.2
...
3.1
1.1
...
...
1.9
...
4.9
2.8
...
...
2.8
...
5.1
...
...
.6
3.0
...
11.7
5.4
7.4
7.8
3.4
1.0
6.4
17.4
5.2
2.6
3.5
3.5
1.9
2.4
.1
8.3
...
...
...
2.3
2.4
...
...
4.1
6.2
2.9
.8
.5
.8
...
...
.7
2.1
1.8
2.1
28
3
22
73
24
46
34
dd
15
27
13
59
12
21
dd
...
9
25
60
27
28
30
26
dd
dd
22
29
46
14
37
32
14
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48
dd
30
40
22
20
13
24
32
22
52
24
16
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16
37
22
29
32
18
70
cc
dd
...
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35
33
dd
21
48
23
15
21
33
34
8
dd
23
73
16
20
154.66
3.14
66.81
122.00
85.85
37.79
69.74
10.62
22.76
76.87
20.59
64.85
55.45
87.44
.51
27.42
8.47
32.72
70.60
77.73
188.14
160.29
67.30
68.04
3.54
55.27
46.00
31.58
42.99
21.50
180.52
54.92
21.41
68.17
9.50
60.80
93.84
52.99
55.90
10.62
39.60
49.20
24.05
20.31
83.82
22.90
3.07
26.27
60.53
70.84
35.28
20.91
182.46
888.00
13.75
5.10
14.31
12.78
55.00
52.74
3.17
23.96
29.33
38.48
52.92
47.75
5.43
28.87
46.40
22.25
35.90
22.62
45.74
109.00
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–0.35
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–0.90
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–0.78
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+1.23
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–0.03
...
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–1.33
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–0.30
–2.10
–1.30
+0.52
–0.60
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–0.20
–0.04
+0.79
–0.54
–1.00
+2.92
+4.25
–0.12
+0.90
+0.20
–0.10
+0.23
+0.08
+1.03
–1.37
3.98
–2.60
2.96
1.48
3.31
.75
2.49
–2.05
1.82
3.34
1.78
.54
3.65
4.38
–23.18
–13.15
.29
1.65
1.07
2.65
6.41
5.15
2.44
–2.29
–3.82
2.16
1.03
1.87
3.24
.57
5.43
3.99
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2.81
.93
2.10
1.91
2.43
2.50
–.61
1.53
1.74
1.16
.51
3.06
1.50
–1.51
1.65
–1.54
2.77
1.39
.45
11.50
82.19
.26
–5.32
...
–.11
1.95
1.95
–.77
1.55
–.57
–.17
3.41
2.32
.26
.89
4.06
–1.08
1.81
.44
3.15
5.53
6.33
.55
3.11
5.29
3.20
1.99
2.30
–.49
1.45
3.53
1.44
1.75
4.38
4.37
–2.07
7.48
.94
.36
2.12
3.19
7.39
5.71
2.97
–1.48
–1.03
2.55
1.54
1.23
...
.77
7.02
3.98
...
2.30
.69
3.74
2.67
2.49
3.05
1.22
1.55
1.64
1.28
1.77
5.14
1.56
...
1.91
2.66
...
1.08
.61
14.62
–9.45
.28
–.68
1.43
.33
3.11
3.11
–.23
2.14
.80
1.75
3.59
2.85
.28
1.61
6.57
–.63
2.26
.45
3.10
6.18
7.31
.43
3.28
6.21
3.58
2.22
2.42
–.13
1.52
4.16
1.58
1.94
4.39
4.63
–1.53
3.09
.19
.45
2.39
3.48
8.03
6.43
3.25
–.76
–.45
2.82
1.89
1.03
...
.94
7.98
4.32
...
2.02
.73
4.19
2.91
2.56
3.54
1.36
1.86
2.45
1.65
1.79
5.85
1.77
...
1.95
3.75
...
1.36
.66
17.16
8.75
.41
–.54
1.35
.87
3.45
3.45
.05
2.70
1.04
1.75
3.83
3.45
.30
1.84
6.27
–.45
2.81
.63
3.27
6.96
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.51
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1.005
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.06
.12
.46
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.51
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.25
.30
.12
.425
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1.25
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.26
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.385
.30
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.39
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.87
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.14
.40
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.31
.5375
.905
.4675
.175
.21
.365
.1333
.6889
.40
.62
.31
.10
1.10
1.00
.095
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.32
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.30
.60
.39
.10
.0149
.06
...
...
.06
.12
.21
.58
42.51
19.65
67.61
49.26
22.03
4.82
33.38
5.66
64.23
22.96
2.72
44.52
11.89
2.24
50.53
76.17
42.15
4.23
15.60
36.52
31.30
122.35
12.26
65.94
9.00
+1.00
–0.33
+0.41
+0.65
+0.06
–0.03
+0.37
–0.13
–0.48
+0.16
+0.07
+0.87
–0.56
–0.08
+0.73
–0.03
–0.79
–0.24
–0.03
+1.72
+1.39
+2.65
+0.53
+0.50
+0.10
...
.47
.53
2.21
.79
–1.35
–1.96
1.10
1.45
–4.84
–.33
–.06
–1.39
–17.34
2.84
4.04
1.36
–.22
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.35
–1.11
1.51
.09
1.65
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.29
1.90
2.31
.90
...
3.36
...
2.38
.54
.04
.06
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–8.91
2.94
2.81
1.43
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.62
.63
–.17
8.24
–.08
2.34
–2.70
...
.54
2.83
2.46
.56
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3.58
...
2.75
1.25
.13
.27
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3.98
3.18
1.62
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.80
.72
–.02
8.77
.01
2.68
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.22
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.275
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.10
.18
.1127
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1.50
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FISK
OGCP
ESBA
MXDU
RBIN
RBUS
BNO
UHN
UGA
UNG
USO
DNO
UNL
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20.30
20.30
20.32
25.12
25.45
25.27
15.51
17.02
29.65
6.37
10.43
66.27
10.03
18.36
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M20
BARRON’S
October 23, 2017
Nasdaq Issues
Nasdaq Issues includes stocks traded on the Nasdaq Global Select and Nasdaq Global Market tiers. They are eligible for inclusion on the
basis of SEC-approved market value of publicly-held shares, trading volume, price and number of market-makers.
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
A
38.20
41.20
24.65
17.47
22.34
4.87
36.83
67.61
69.40
21.66
13.74
67.40
132.74
27.02
31.52
176.87
5.24
87.82
4.24
20.50
9.70
55.95
175.79
91.50
7.68
54.34
41.69
33.18
6.00
5.75
22.46
27.79
7.10
33.25
33.00
66.58
15.95
30.40
24.18
9.29
40.75
2.08
175.87
25.10
15.53
74.94
12.25
91.14
10.88
4.20
59.50
26.68
10.34
2.50
66.10
55.75
6.89
2.95
7.80
12.94
72.73
9.05
1.25
15.48
27.31
25.91
3.30
71.64
31.23
20.25
34.00
48.98
2.61
14.73
2.58
34.30
149.34
34.80
201.70
1.72
63.40
40.45
182.25
32.70
26.65
30.31
5.67
14.45
62.95
126.16
23.93
1016.31
997.21
6.78
30.40
69.51
35.00
46.99
50.00
4.47
1083.31
27.25
15.50
65.78
67.98
65.91
398.94
6.25
54.48
43.00
131.99
27.45
20.68
15.11
6.03
17.30
2.81
15.20
46.17
51.20
14.75
11.43
42.23
82.28
20.10
24.75
98.71
2.96
49.50
0.50
14.65
4.35
43.66
95.14
38.50
2.90
32.54
23.07
22.73
3.60
1.55
10.27
3.68
3.15
20.15
13.60
35.12
11.35
21.80
12.10
3.76
24.40
1.32
98.00
17.55
8.75
23.50
7.43
46.18
3.76
2.40
24.85
17.85
2.81
0.60
32.05
22.16
0.98
1.65
1.82
8.17
39.24
1.96
0.05
10.37
14.87
12.94
1.35
44.65
8.10
7.16
17.61
26.68
1.49
10.02
0.83
8.60
96.18
25.01
83.27
1.03
48.90
25.16
111.54
22.71
17.65
15.54
4.50
9.80
36.75
31.38
14.81
743.59
727.54
1.58
7.20
38.24
2.01
16.17
27.35
2.75
710.10
15.67
6.98
40.06
54.91
34.58
307.80
5.10
38.21
26.41
110.43
AAON
ACADIA Pharm
ACI Worldwide
AC Immune
AGNC Invt
ALJ Regional
AMAG Pharm
AMC Networks
Amerisafe
A-MarkPrecMetals
ANGI Homesvcs
ANI Pham
Ansys
ARKRestaurants
ARRIS Intl
ASML
ATA
ATN Intl
AVEO Pharma
AVHomes
AXT
Abaxis
Abiomed
AcaciaComms
AcaciaResearch
AcadiaHealthcare
AcceleronPharma
AccessNational
Accuray
AcelRxPharm
Aceto
Achaogen
AchillionPharm
AclarisTherap
AcordaTherap
ActivisionBliz
Actua
Acxiom
AdamasPharm
AdaptimmuneTher
AddusHomeCare
ADDvantage
AdobeSystems
Adtran
AduroBiotech
AdvAcceltrApp
AdvEmissions
AdvEnergyInds
Advaxis
AdverumBiotech
AdvisoryBoard
Aegion
AegleaBioTherap
Aemetis
AeriePharm
AeroVironment
AeviGenomic
Affimed
AgileTherap
Agilysys
AgiosPharm
AgroFresh
AgroFresh Wt
AileronTherap
AimmuneTherap
AirTransportSvcs
AirMedia
AkamaiTech
AkceaTherap
AkebiaTherap
Akorn
Alarm.com
AlaskaCommSys
AlcentraCapital
Alcobra
AlderBioPharm
AlexionPharm
Alico
AlignTech
AlimeraSciences
Alkermes
AllegianceBcshs
AllegiantTravel
AllianceHldgsGP
AllianceResource
AlliedMotionTech
AllotComms
AllscriptsHlthcr
AlmostFamily
AlnylamPharm
Alpha&OmegaSem
Alphabet A
Alphabet C
Alphatec
AlpineImmune
Altaba
Altimmune
AltisourcePortf
AltraIndlMotion
Amarin
Amazon.com
AmbacFin
AmbacFinWt
Ambarella
Amdocs
Amedisys
Amerco
AmerFirstMultifam
AmericanAirlines
AmNtlBcsh
AmericanNatlIns
AAON
ACAD
ACIW
ACIU
AGNC
ALJJ
AMAG
AMCX
AMSF
AMRK
ANGI
ANIP
ANSS
ARKR
ARRS
ASML
ATAI
ATNI
AVEO
AVHI
AXTI
ABAX
ABMD
ACIA
ACTG
ACHC
XLRN
ANCX
ARAY
ACRX
ACET
AKAO
ACHN
ACRS
ACOR
ATVI
ACTA
ACXM
ADMS
ADAP
ADUS
AEY
ADBE
ADTN
ADRO
AAAP
ADES
AEIS
ADXS
ADVM
ABCO
AEGN
AGLE
AMTX
AERI
AVAV
GNMX
AFMD
AGRX
AGYS
AGIO
AGFS
AGFSW
ALRN
AIMT
ATSG
AMCN
AKAM
AKCA
AKBA
AKRX
ALRM
ALSK
ABDC
ADHD
ALDR
ALXN
ALCO
ALGN
ALIM
ALKS
ABTX
ALGT
AHGP
ARLP
AMOT
ALLT
MDRX
AFAM
ALNY
AOSL
GOOGL
GOOG
ATEC
ALPN
AABA
ALT
ASPS
AIMC
AMRN
AMZN
AMBC
AMBCW
AMBA
DOX
AMED
UHAL
ATAX
AAL
AMNB
ANAT
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9.9
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1.3
2.0
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4.0
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10.4
9.7
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2.4
2.8
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11
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12
17
16
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cc
42
24
43
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40
dd
13
45
33
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13
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cc
dd
25
dd
dd
32
dd
dd
dd
dd
cc
dd
dd
dd
dd
25
dd
55
25
dd
dd
3
23
dd
dd
20
17
dd
dd
dd
63
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
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dd
dd
dd
30
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dd
34
cc
dd
dd
dd
dd
60
45
69
dd
dd
23
13
8
5
31
dd
dd
32
dd
32
36
36
dd
dd
dd
0
94
42
dd
cc
dd
...
34
23
43
19
20
13
21
16
34.60
36.32
24.20
11.87
21.79
3.36
15.60
56.36
59.75
16.15
12.04
59.09
130.94
24.74
27.87
175.22
4.70
53.88
3.18
17.30
8.95
47.04
174.62
44.93
4.20
44.45
36.57
28.50
4.30
2.00
11.27
13.88
4.15
26.09
27.20
62.63
15.65
25.43
19.26
7.15
34.75
1.48
175.64
21.95
9.20
73.56
11.57
90.22
3.79
3.48
53.90
22.57
5.05
.62
65.10
52.65
1.73
2.15
4.99
12.22
67.25
6.27
.39
13.58
25.66
25.16
2.29
51.87
18.44
17.88
33.28
47.91
2.32
10.26
1.59
11.50
139.02
33.30
200.88
1.38
50.58
39.00
140.30
28.15
20.65
27.05
5.36
14.08
47.55
114.70
17.79
1005.07
988.20
4.15
11.03
67.51
2.66
26.22
48.35
3.40
982.91
16.62
7.44
52.85
66.07
50.27
375.29
6.10
51.93
39.65
118.81
+0.75
+0.92
+0.26
+0.26
+0.03
–0.10
–1.10
+0.62
+0.25
–0.51
+0.11
–1.02
+1.00
–0.21
+0.14
–1.08
–0.04
–0.19
–0.42
+0.15
–0.10
+1.14
+0.77
–1.07
...
+2.73
–2.26
–0.54
+0.15
–0.13
+0.11
+0.63
–0.44
–0.05
+1.35
+1.55
...
+0.49
+0.24
–0.49
+0.25
–0.04
+21.71
–2.25
–0.05
+4.87
+0.06
+1.85
–0.16
–0.33
...
...
–0.08
–0.19
+3.65
–0.56
+0.47
–0.10
–0.03
–0.58
–4.10
–0.76
–0.07
–0.60
+0.55
+0.81
–0.18
+1.11
–4.60
–0.63
+0.06
–0.35
+0.04
–0.28
+0.38
–1.05
–1.59
–0.85
+8.07
–0.03
+0.29
+0.60
–0.05
+0.10
+0.05
–0.25
+0.15
+0.19
+1.00
–8.30
+0.35
–2.80
–1.48
+0.54
–1.04
–0.01
+0.16
–0.69
+0.30
+0.09
–20.03
+0.40
+0.11
–1.85
+0.43
+2.47
+6.73
–0.03
–0.77
–2.65
–1.68
1.00
–2.34
1.09
–.14
1.79
.30
–.07
3.74
4.05
1.00
–.13
.34
2.99
1.15
.09
4.04
–.06
.75
–.39
5.66
.17
1.44
1.17
3.22
–1.08
.07
–1.52
1.54
–.36
–.95
.35
–3.00
–.45
–2.25
–.76
1.28
1.91
.05
–2.77
–1.01
1.06
.03
2.32
.72
–1.40
–.68
4.34
3.18
–2.08
–3.14
2.23
.84
–2.22
–.79
–3.40
.54
–1.19
–1.07
–1.02
–.52
–5.07
–2.26
...
–1.91
–1.89
.37
–1.04
1.79
–2.88
–3.60
1.47
.21
.05
.65
–.89
–3.23
1.76
.84
2.33
–.63
–1.38
1.75
13.21
3.11
3.39
1.00
–.24
–.14
1.71
–4.79
.59
27.85
27.85
–3.49
–8.12
–.23
29.50
1.53
.97
–.41
4.90
1.64
...
1.68
2.71
1.10
20.34
.34
4.81
1.89
6.71
.99
–2.55
.39
–.63
2.53
...
4.80
6.54
3.16
1.25
.15
3.84
3.87
...
2.53
5.25
...
1.18
–.47
.66
.26
1.14
2.17
1.85
.02
2.44
–2.69
1.37
–.19
–1.09
1.28
–2.93
–.69
–2.94
1.60
2.13
–.12
.80
–3.77
–1.12
1.59
...
4.21
1.03
–1.25
–.71
2.21
4.60
–2.23
–1.26
1.89
1.04
–2.03
–1.20
–2.70
.61
–.85
–.80
–1.00
–.39
–7.06
.11
...
–1.92
–2.64
.86
...
2.49
–1.94
–2.71
1.05
.97
...
1.35
–.50
–5.54
5.58
...
3.41
–.21
–.04
1.88
8.89
3.20
2.98
1.00
–.24
.61
2.15
–5.32
1.03
30.64
30.64
–1.14
–2.05
.54
–.72
2.83
2.04
–.21
3.72
2.18
...
1.89
3.81
2.21
...
.35
4.61
1.99
...
1.33
–1.96
.58
–.76
2.42
...
1.86
6.79
3.04
...
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4.56
4.12
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2.96
6.37
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–.36
1.09
.41
1.37
2.65
2.53
.33
2.82
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1.82
–.09
–.91
1.38
–2.85
–.55
–3.13
.64
2.54
.09
1.05
–3.42
–1.00
1.85
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5.44
1.18
–1.48
–.06
3.84
4.66
–2.35
–1.31
2.05
1.27
–2.19
–.85
–2.33
.78
–.75
–.75
–1.05
.35
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1.13
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2.62
–.98
–1.79
1.16
.98
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1.36
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7.13
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4.05
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.35
2.43
10.43
2.30
2.18
1.25
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2.63
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1.16
40.31
40.31
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2.42
2.32
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5.19
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1.68
4.09
2.43
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5.09
2.39
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52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
28.57
27.20
51.10
15.99
12.43
8.55
107.30
47.75
51.28
4.25
191.10
16.60
12.48
21.75
15.45
28.48
17.10
90.49
95.85
74.00
27.50
44.90
18.85
60.27
22.64
61.00
21.88
6.82
52.25
28.65
164.94
10.85
56.24
103.41
4.33
20.65
3.85
19.97
5.49
9.15
8.25
34.25
102.26
18.55
16.30
28.28
17.87
27.25
69.03
5.68
5.00
1.68
13.40
40.49
6.86
43.22
8.19
42.00
22.76
3.10
66.38
10.35
73.37
41.03
15.65
23.00
158.66
20.79
4.35
20.20
9.00
22.87
3.54
68.70
20.35
50.88
25.18
694.00
6.50
37.81
33.43
8.38
10.54
121.88
121.77
12.34
106.00
24.14
7.32
4.89
41.73
6.70
33.67
28.49
27.98
7.75
13.28
14.75
34.30
10.94
9.00
2.89
69.65
30.20
35.15
3.10
133.64
4.41
8.32
12.05
3.99
11.36
1.86
62.22
66.00
15.17
23.70
30.80
14.80
41.38
1.20
39.88
3.55
5.65
18.75
14.60
104.08
3.50
28.02
18.85
1.93
10.77
1.15
9.83
0.95
4.97
2.35
16.95
76.47
12.43
4.05
11.30
15.01
17.33
54.40
0.16
2.25
0.92
5.36
29.67
1.20
27.10
1.65
17.15
8.87
2.01
46.59
6.15
45.70
23.95
11.00
11.80
90.11
11.21
3.15
14.25
6.27
16.55
2.14
40.25
12.15
23.80
14.78
418.00
2.10
27.26
13.13
5.15
2.02
67.15
85.48
8.14
44.68
8.42
3.99
0.21
20.71
4.41
11.05
21.18
5.51
3.53
AmerOutdoor
AmericanPubEdu
AmRailcarInd
AmRvrBksh
AmerSoftware
AmerSupercond
AmericanWoodmark
AmerCarMart
AmerisBancorp
AmeriServFin
Amgen
AmicusTherap
AmkorTech
AmphastarPharm
AmtechSystems
AmTrustFinSvcs
Amyris
AnalogDevices
Analogic
AnaptysBio
AnchorBancorp
Andersons
AngioDynamics
AnikaTherap
AntheraPharm
ApogeeEnt
ApolloEnd
ApolloInv
AppFolio
Appian
Apple
AppliedGenetic
AppliedMaterials
AppliedOptoelec
ApproachRscs
Apptio
AptevoTherap
AquinoxPharm
AralezPharm
AratanaTherap
ArbutusBiopharma
ArcBest
ArchCapital
ArchrockPtrs
Ardelyx
ArenaPharm
AresCapital
arGEN-X
ArgoGroup
ArgosTherap
Arotech
ArQule
ArrayBioPharma
ArrowFinancial
ArrowheadPharm
ArtesianRscs A
AscenaRetail
AscendisPharma
AscentCapital A
AsiaPacificWire
AspenTech
AstaFunding
AstecIndustries
Astronics
AstroNova
AtaraBiotherap
AthenaHealth
Athenex
AtlanticAmerican
AtlCapitalBcshs
AtlanticCoastFin
AtlanticaYield
Atlanticus
AtlasAir
AtlasFinancial
Atlassian
AtriCure
Atrion
aTyrPharma
AuburnNatlBncp
AudentesTherap
AudioCodes
AuriniaPharm
Autodesk
ADP
AvadelPharm
AveXis
AviatNetworks
AvidTechnology
Avinger
AvisBudget
Aware
AxcelisTechs
AxonEnterprise
AxovantSciences
AxsomeTherap
AOBC
APEI
ARII
AMRB
AMSWA
AMSC
AMWD
CRMT
ABCB
ASRV
AMGN
FOLD
AMKR
AMPH
ASYS
AFSI
AMRS
ADI
ALOG
ANAB
ANCB
ANDE
ANGO
ANIK
ANTH
APOG
APEN
AINV
APPF
APPN
AAPL
AGTC
AMAT
AAOI
AREX
APTI
APVO
AQXP
ARLZ
PETX
ABUS
ARCB
ACGL
APLP
ARDX
ARNA
ARCC
ARGX
AGII
ARGS
ARTX
ARQL
ARRY
AROW
ARWR
ARTNA
ASNA
ASND
ASCMA
APWC
AZPN
ASFI
ASTE
ATRO
ALOT
ATRA
ATHN
ATNX
AAME
ACBI
ACFC
ABY
ATLC
AAWW
AFH
TEAM
ATRC
ATRI
LIFE
AUBN
BOLD
AUDC
AUPH
ADSK
ADP
AVDL
AVXS
AVNW
AVID
AVGR
CAR
AWRE
ACLS
AAXN
AXON
AXSM
17.05
23.45
16.51
47.55
23.90
91.57
21.30
274.97
89.50
26.95
27.70
5.50
61.05
10.80
11.25
12.20
8.36
28.00
15.45
68.72
12.10
159.54
67.71
21.41
21.20
1.61
34.63
7.55
BCB Bancorp
BCommunications
BGC Partners
BJsRestaurants
BMC Stock
BOK Fin
B RileyFin
Baidu
Balchem
Baldwin&Lyons A
Baldwin&Lyons B
BallardPower
BancFirst
BankMutual
BCBP
BCOM
BGCP
BJRI
BMCH
BOKF
RILY
BIDU
BCPC
BWINA
BWINB
BLDP
BANF
BKMU
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1.4
3.6
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1.5
2.5
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37
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14.90
20.45
39.30
14.35
12.32
4.37
98.85
42.65
48.25
4.00
182.96
13.59
10.69
18.50
13.73
14.02
3.00
88.93
80.80
64.67
24.80
36.85
17.62
59.81
1.66
47.35
4.44
6.01
49.15
23.11
156.25
4.05
56.09
41.47
2.30
18.73
2.36
12.74
1.46
6.14
6.50
32.45
102.15
13.83
5.50
27.28
16.55
23.31
63.80
.17
4.00
1.11
11.08
35.00
3.87
41.80
2.00
35.07
12.42
2.97
66.18
7.60
52.27
33.98
12.24
14.60
126.04
17.13
3.35
17.95
8.93
21.76
2.31
64.60
20.00
50.17
22.83
675.00
5.10
35.00
24.98
8.28
6.15
120.81
115.93
10.23
100.06
15.81
4.59
.35
41.20
4.45
33.10
23.01
5.68
5.00
+0.80
–0.10
+0.58
–0.65
+0.12
–0.12
+1.55
+0.65
–0.80
...
–0.05
–0.94
–0.19
–0.17
+0.48
+0.45
–0.30
–0.13
–1.05
–4.88
...
+0.95
+0.56
+0.03
+0.02
–0.84
–0.78
–0.02
–1.55
–0.58
–0.74
+0.20
+2.15
–5.54
+0.02
+0.42
–0.07
–1.24
–0.22
–0.11
–0.75
+1.00
+3.81
+0.05
–1.78
+1.93
–0.04
–2.11
+0.65
...
+0.15
+0.03
–1.28
+0.25
–0.13
–0.69
+0.22
–1.29
–0.50
+0.01
+0.64
...
+0.46
+3.12
–0.51
+0.10
+10.62
–0.30
–0.05
–0.50
+0.28
+0.98
–0.01
–0.70
+0.95
+10.53
+0.55
+11.10
–0.80
–0.30
–3.09
+0.95
–0.94
+1.18
+2.07
–0.05
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+2.45
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–0.50
–0.10
2.25
1.49
3.74
.94
.49
–1.98
4.34
2.49
2.08
.12
10.24
–1.49
.69
.22
–.53
2.08
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2.76
–5.96
–1.62
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.41
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2.15
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2.97
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–.25
–.39
8.31
.02
1.54
1.76
–1.26
–1.61
–5.55
–1.96
–1.74
–.95
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.71
5.33
–.18
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–.90
1.51
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4.75
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–.11
–.33
–.72
1.91
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1.41
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2.11
.63
2.38
1.61
.56
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.52
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.42
–.05
–.46
1.65
.19
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14.85
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2.24
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.46
–.66
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3.85
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–.16
1.20
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1.75
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.36
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1.13
1.02
2.22
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4.86
3.07
2.52
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12.58
–1.32
.54
.27
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1.22
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4.62
2.79
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1.36
1.41
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3.38
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8.99
–.86
3.21
4.65
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1.30
3.49
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1.69
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2.39
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3.48
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3.28
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1.53
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10.99
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3.66
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14.40
16.35
15.89
31.90
21.25
90.91
16.55
264.90
83.83
22.92
22.80
4.99
56.40
10.80
+0.35
+1.85
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+1.85
+0.90
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+1.45
+0.51
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+0.55
.63
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.36
1.88
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3.53
1.17
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1.75
1.92
1.92
–.13
2.22
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1.06
1.59
1.07
5.37
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2.47
–.60
–.60
–.05
2.82
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1.74
1.44
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2.75
1.10
1.10
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2.0
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
11.90
39.00
56.86
16.89
38.50
62.47
40.65
66.93
41.30
5.55
56.36
10.95
18.19
48.83
118.95
29.90
33.60
1.98
23.11
19.00
38.30
20.35
125.41
9.25
348.84
100.51
3.39
58.79
39.20
64.41
17.05
93.81
46.70
40.28
7.90
22.16
26.15
21.50
29.44
21.90
145.40
7.55
71.67
78.18
32.57
22.91
22.35
1.98
17.88
34.44
5.30
38.95
18.00
12.97
75.00
259.36
54.70
5.95
12.72
17.45
32.69
31.12
45.45
6.35
175.10
18.23
2.53
7.00
29.43
35.53
12.15
23.50
44.00
10.87
42.59
22.55
3.80
39.57
8.65
4.75
20.93
26.43
18.27
21.65
0.43
7.41
14.05
24.55
6.80
95.68
3.75
244.28
78.42
0.98
41.00
15.25
40.00
2.85
55.88
32.60
21.66
6.75
15.82
10.98
13.85
21.51
14.51
37.05
5.30
25.08
39.89
17.95
9.39
11.85
0.31
12.45
21.52
2.00
26.90
10.43
5.40
52.75
160.62
33.85
3.57
8.64
12.35
12.71
19.59
29.50
3.80
95.00
9.04
0.50
BankofCommerce
BankofPrinceton
BankofOzarks
BankFinancial
BankwellFin
Banner
Baozun
BarrettBus
BassettFurniture
Bazaarvoice
BeaconRoof
BearStateFin
BeasleyBroadcast
BedBath
BeiGene
BelFuse A
BelFuse B
BellerophonTherap
BellicumPharm
BeneficialBncp
Benefitfocus
Big5SportingGoods
Bio-Techne
BioCryst
Biogen
BioMarinPharm
BioScrip
BioSpecificsTech
BioTelemetry
Bioverativ
BlackBox
Blackbaud
BlackhawkNtwk
BlackLine
BlackRockCapInvt
BloominBrands
Blucora
BlueBird
BlueBuffaloPet
BlueHillsBncp
bluebirdbio
BlueknightEner
BlueprintMed
BobEvansFarms
BofI
BoingoWireless
Bojangles'
BonTonStores
BostonPrivFin
Bottomline
BravoBrioRestr
BridgeBancorp
BridgfordFoods
Brightcove
BrighthouseFin
Broadcom
BroadSoft
Broadvision
BrocadeComm
BrooklineBcp
Brooks Auto
Bruker
BrynMawrBank
Bsquare
BuffWildWngs
BuildersFirstSrc
BurconNutraScience
BOCH
BPRN
OZRK
BFIN
BWFG
BANR
BZUN
BBSI
BSET
BV
BECN
BSF
BBGI
BBBY
BGNE
BELFA
BELFB
BLPH
BLCM
BNCL
BNFT
BGFV
TECH
BCRX
BIIB
BMRN
BIOS
BSTC
BEAT
BIVV
BBOX
BLKB
HAWK
BL
BKCC
BLMN
BCOR
BLBD
BUFF
BHBK
BLUE
BKEP
BPMC
BOBE
BOFI
WIFI
BOJA
BONT
BPFH
EPAY
BBRG
BDGE
BRID
BCOV
BHF
AVGO
BSFT
BVSN
BRCD
BRKL
BRKS
BRKR
BMTC
BSQR
BWLD
BLDR
BUR
16.25
36.54
59.95
2.35
30.40
67.49
71.53
49.50
81.16
20.45
138.49
10.80
28.57
5.85
43.43
25.00
51.34
13.54
11.70
48.85
55.48
25.25
86.31
42.57
13.60
44.00
3.72
46.15
24.69
76.85
19.40
20.05
27.35
9.10
31.89
45.43
7.96
18.12
12.80
99.25
45.00
25.35
4.00
17.76
14.65
17.04
6.85
30.01
40.01
1.20
22.20
53.46
43.64
28.15
63.41
15.10
98.95
8.50
19.53
0.86
26.66
11.63
35.48
4.12
7.89
29.25
30.01
16.32
51.32
24.15
6.70
26.35
1.68
33.40
12.13
48.75
14.00
2.20
15.15
2.79
9.26
30.50
2.72
10.25
9.80
59.40
31.20
14.29
2.73
13.81
8.67
13.21
Cadiz
CA
C&F Fin
CBAK Energy
CB FinSvcs
CDK Global
CDW
CEVA
CH Robinson
CIM Comm
CME Group
CM Finance
CNB FinPA
CPI Card
CRA Intl
CRISPR Therap
CSG Systems
CSI Compressco
CSP
CSW Industrials
CSX
CVB Fin
CabotMicro
CadenceDesign
CaesarsEnt
Caesarstone
CafePress
Cal-MaineFoods
CalAmp
CalavoGrowers
CalFstNBcp
CalitheraBiosci
CallidusSoftware
CalumetSpecialty
Calyxt
CamdenNational
Camtek
CanadianSolar
CanterburyPark
CapellaEducation
CapitalBankFin
CapitalCityBank
CapitalProduct
CapitalSouthwest
CapitalaFinance
CapitolFedFin
CDZI
CA
CFFI
CBAK
CBFV
CDK
CDW
CEVA
CHRW
CMCT
CME
CMFN
CCNE
PMTS
CRAI
CRSP
CSGS
CCLP
CSPI
CSWI
CSX
CVBF
CCMP
CDNS
CZR
CSTE
PRSS
CALM
CAMP
CVGW
CFNB
CALA
CALD
CLMT
CLXT
CAC
CAMT
CSIQ
CPHC
CPLA
CBF
CCBG
CPLP
CSWC
CPTA
CFFN
1.1
...
1.6
1.7
.7
1.6
...
1.7
1.1
...
...
1.2
1.6
2.8
...
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.9
...
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1.4
...
8.2
1.0
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15.0
.5
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9.8
1.8
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3.0
...
10.3
...
1.8
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2.7
...
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2.7
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1.7
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1.8
2.3
1.2
.5
1.9
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13
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19
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29
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20
40
31
20
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28
12
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10.90
31.78
47.09
16.29
37.43
62.14
33.87
60.33
39.45
5.00
55.69
10.27
11.30
21.47
84.03
28.70
31.25
1.45
10.39
17.00
30.00
7.35
124.25
4.80
338.10
87.75
2.43
47.46
31.15
60.22
3.20
93.00
35.15
34.24
7.34
18.01
25.05
21.40
28.28
20.10
142.55
5.65
64.93
77.34
27.62
22.65
12.30
.33
16.25
33.08
2.03
34.60
12.51
6.95
62.12
244.24
53.90
4.10
11.90
15.80
32.08
30.54
45.15
5.05
107.85
17.90
.57
–0.45
–0.12
+1.90
–0.03
+0.86
+1.06
–2.32
+2.35
+0.70
+0.05
+3.27
–0.01
–0.95
+0.24
–10.33
+0.40
–1.85
–0.18
–0.04
+0.05
–1.65
+0.20
+2.60
–0.25
+0.46
–7.37
–0.18
–0.08
+0.30
+1.56
–0.20
+2.29
+0.30
+0.61
–0.05
+0.38
–0.15
+0.60
–0.74
+0.05
+10.85
–0.10
+2.02
+0.07
+0.20
+0.48
+0.25
–0.03
–0.20
–0.03
–0.23
–0.05
–0.04
–0.20
+1.72
–3.72
+0.75
–0.05
–0.14
–0.20
+0.40
–0.35
+0.65
–0.05
+5.50
+0.51
+0.01
.39
2.36
2.58
.39
1.62
2.52
...
2.55
1.46
–.19
1.49
.46
1.98
4.58
–3.89
–5.48
–5.48
–1.58
–2.57
.34
–1.35
.77
2.03
–.75
16.93
–3.81
–.54
1.56
1.75
4.07
–.47
.88
.08
–.92
–1.16
.37
–1.57
.14
.65
.35
–7.07
–.87
–2.64
6.28
2.07
–.72
1.00
–3.18
.81
–.88
–5.09
2.00
.86
–.30
–24.54
–4.75
.03
–1.93
.51
.74
–1.01
.95
2.12
–.09
5.12
1.27
–.12
.63
2.22
2.96
.56
2.06
3.17
.60
3.05
1.67
.08
2.19
...
...
3.05
–5.11
1.64
1.64
–1.12
–2.96
.48
–.30
.96
3.99
–.75
21.52
–.75
–.45
1.59
.99
2.90
–.69
2.13
1.64
–.17
.81
1.41
1.16
1.19
.92
.61
–6.86
–.01
–3.64
2.18
2.43
–.62
.82
...
.90
1.06
.26
1.91
...
–.37
9.20
15.91
2.26
...
.64
.79
1.18
1.12
1.95
...
4.39
1.11
...
.74
2.25
3.36
.73
2.36
3.28
1.02
3.60
1.77
.16
2.56
...
...
2.78
–4.29
1.99
1.99
–.96
–2.84
.55
.08
.97
4.39
–.77
23.15
–.34
–.17
1.69
1.33
3.22
.43
2.38
2.02
–.10
.87
1.48
1.56
1.59
1.05
.70
–7.17
.13
–4.41
2.54
2.78
–.42
.86
...
.96
1.27
.23
2.23
...
–.01
8.86
17.72
2.61
...
.72
.94
1.36
1.26
2.95
...
5.48
1.46
...
.03
...
.185
.07
.07
.25
...
.25
.11
...
...
.03
.045
.15
...
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.07
...
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...
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.32
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.12
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.08
...
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...
.145
...
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1.02
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.10
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19
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17
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26
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28
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34
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18
72
36
19
19
28
34
10
10
26
24
12.75
34.10
58.55
1.75
29.05
65.44
69.62
45.50
78.30
16.85
135.13
9.15
28.11
1.19
42.97
19.07
41.16
5.40
11.05
48.35
54.52
24.03
84.92
42.28
12.20
29.45
2.07
42.30
22.83
70.70
18.15
16.45
25.80
8.00
25.30
44.50
5.72
15.94
12.40
68.25
41.55
24.96
3.57
17.06
8.94
14.96
+0.05
+0.22
–0.10
–0.05
+0.25
+0.53
+1.54
–2.15
+1.04
–0.35
–2.18
–0.40
–0.18
–0.18
–0.23
+0.65
+0.29
–0.17
+0.02
+1.45
+1.69
+0.54
+1.83
+0.28
+0.05
+0.30
–0.03
+1.00
–0.70
–0.10
+0.05
–0.60
+0.40
+0.10
–2.53
+1.02
+0.05
–0.32
+0.30
–0.45
+0.75
+0.43
+0.01
–0.51
–0.23
+0.10
–1.41
1.85
3.89
–.71
1.86
1.99
2.56
.61
3.59
.38
4.53
1.72
1.42
.10
1.49
–1.89
1.90
–4.07
.67
.70
1.81
.94
2.43
.70
–24.41
2.08
–1.58
–1.54
–.22
2.18
1.08
–1.95
–.32
–4.18
–.42
2.57
.13
1.13
.97
3.62
1.28
.69
.34
1.48
.58
.63
–1.09
2.46
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...
1.71
2.95
3.82
1.14
3.26
...
4.81
1.07
1.60
–.01
1.55
–2.43
2.52
–1.08
...
1.95
2.22
1.06
3.34
1.39
–.26
1.84
–.22
.78
1.17
2.08
...
–.83
.32
–.25
–.86
2.68
.39
1.51
...
3.54
1.97
.83
.30
1.01
1.08
.64
.04
2.55
...
...
1.84
3.66
4.30
1.45
3.61
...
5.37
1.12
1.85
.22
1.73
–3.03
2.73
–.49
...
2.13
2.69
1.14
3.77
1.52
.61
2.23
–.23
1.41
1.34
2.83
...
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.46
–.98
–1.07
2.90
.46
1.69
...
3.68
2.21
1.11
.30
1.29
1.25
.67
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.125
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.165
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2.3
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3.0
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2.3
3.0
2.0
10.9
2.3
15.1
1.3
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1.9
13.9
4.0
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2.3
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2.5
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1.9
2.4
1.2
1.1
9.0
5.6
11.2
2.3
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
22.35
28.50
24.60
33.11
56.00
6.69
12.59
19.86
35.00
24.85
43.96
17.55
7.80
19.13
126.49
74.83
5.51
41.28
156.40
76.26
110.67
14.88
147.17
1.61
5.02
32.46
15.45
64.75
24.48
27.70
4.85
40.48
38.81
20.68
89.30
8.50
4.23
73.86
5.91
44.55
1.19
43.92
408.83
119.20
67.14
21.40
55.55
10.80
48.06
11.75
2.95
13.26
125.30
6.64
125.99
4.45
2.30
30.63
138.44
3.60
5.10
4.05
21.99
211.58
35.30
11.85
108.81
81.98
3.00
152.83
71.97
34.60
22.73
14.43
24.25
26.61
87.99
74.90
7.95
4.44
21.60
24.73
18.95
17.49
99.45
21.18
249.54
7.95
34.75
51.85
6.30
122.46
74.82
281.00
31.48
24.99
28.83
18.67
60.75
14.55
45.68
63.55
38.64
42.18
60.61
24.53
22.50
9.62
42.75
5.40
0.05
51.35
10.65
64.60
6.80
36.15
6.33
CSTR
CARA
CARB
CSII
CATM
CDNA
CECO
CTRE
CARG
CG
CRZO
TAST
CASC
CWST
CASY
CASS
CATB
CATY
CVCO
CAVM
CBOE
CECE
CELG
CELGZ
CLDX
CLLS
CBMG
CYAD
CEMP
CSFL
CETV
CENT
CENTA
CENX
CNBKA
CVO
CRNT
CERN
CERS
CYOU
CTHR
GTLS
CHTR
CHKP
CAKE
CHEF
CHFC
CCXI
CHMG
CHKE
CHMA
CSSE
PLCE
CMRX
CBPO
JRJC
HGSH
CIFS
HTHT
CNTF
CXDC
CCIH
IMOS
CHDN
CHUY
CDTX
CMPR
CINF
CIDM
CTAS
CRUS
CSCO
CTRN
CZWI
CZFC
CIZN
CTXS
CHCO
CLAR
CLNE
CLFD
CLSD
CMTA
CSBK
CLVS
COBZ
COKE
CDXS
CVLY
CCOI
COGT
CGNX
CTSH
COHR
CHRS
COHU
CLCT
COLL
CIGI
CBAN
COLB
COLM
CMCO
CMCSA
CBSH
CHUBA
CHUBK
CVGI
COMM
JCS
CYHHZ
CTBI
CWBC
CVLT
CGEN
CPSI
CTG
15.90
5.85
14.10
21.29
22.83
0.76
6.55
12.70
25.85
14.45
11.10
9.60
3.18
10.65
99.76
52.69
1.08
28.84
88.65
50.81
61.58
6.94
96.93
0.99
2.20
16.09
5.05
16.31
2.55
18.01
2.15
22.97
21.70
6.51
44.85
1.50
1.88
47.01
1.93
21.13
0.81
27.01
241.50
76.87
38.34
10.80
40.93
5.52
28.06
2.10
1.25
6.79
70.90
3.66
76.26
1.32
1.21
10.81
41.69
1.45
3.85
0.72
13.94
131.70
18.00
5.60
78.80
68.11
1.11
102.07
49.05
29.12
15.54
10.80
16.15
22.75
65.56
48.80
4.75
2.18
11.00
5.44
15.05
14.91
25.81
12.40
125.00
3.60
19.99
34.45
2.90
49.68
49.35
100.01
10.80
10.72
16.54
7.37
34.20
9.45
31.75
51.56
16.86
30.02
46.57
13.24
13.14
4.36
29.91
3.41
...
35.85
7.85
47.61
2.60
18.25
3.87
CapStarFin
CaraTherap
Carbonite
CardiovascularSys
Cardtronics
CareDx
CareerEducation
CareTrustREIT
CarGurus
Carlyle
CarrizoOil
CarrolsRestr
CascadianTherap
CasellaWaste
CaseysGenStores
CassInfoSys
CatabasisPharm
CathayGenBncp
CavcoIndustries
Cavium
CboeGlobalMkts
CECO Env
Celgene
Celgene Rt
CelldexTherap
Cellectis
CellularBiomed
Celyad
Cempra
CenterStateBank
CentralEurMedia
CentralGarden
CentralGardenA
CenturyAluminum
CenturyBancorpA
Cenveo
Ceragon
Cerner
Cerus
Changyou.com
Charles&Colvard
ChartIndustries
CharterComms
CheckPointSftw
Cheesecake
ChefsWarehouse
ChemicalFin
ChemoCentryx
ChemungFinl
Cherokee
Chiasma
ChickenSoupEntA
Children'sPlace
Chimerix
ChinaBiologic
ChinaFinance
ChinaHGSRealEst
ChinaInternet
ChinaLodging
ChinaTechFaith
ChinaXDPlastics
ChinaCache
ChipMOSTechs
ChurchillDowns
Chuy's
CidaraTherap
Cimpress
CincinnatiFin
Cinedigm
Cintas
CirrusLogic
CiscoSystems
CitiTrends
CtznCmntyBcp
CitizensFirst
CitizensHolding
CitrixSystems
CityHolding
Clarus
CleanEnerFuels
Clearfield
ClearsideBiomed
ClementiaPharm
CliftonBancorp
ClovisOncology
CoBizFin
Coca-Cola Bottl
Codexis
CodorusValleyBncp
CogentComm
Cogint
Cognex
CognizantTech
Coherent
CoherusBioSci
Cohu
CollectorsUniv
CollegiumPharm
ColliersIntl
ColonyBankcorp
ColumbiaBanking
ColumbiaSportswr
ColumbusMcKinn
Comcast A
CommerceBcshrs
CommerceHub A
CommerceHub C
CommVehicle
CommScope
CommsSystems
CommunityHlthRt
CmntyTrBcp
CommunityWestBcshs
CommVaultSystems
Compugen
ComputerPrograms
ComputerTask
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3.7
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2.1
1.2
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1.7
1.6
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dd
20.99
12.43
22.70
26.34
23.78
5.85
10.75
19.29
29.19
24.35
15.94
11.60
4.32
18.23
112.15
65.37
2.31
41.05
154.75
68.91
109.99
8.96
121.33
1.51
2.92
30.39
9.60
62.50
2.80
27.67
4.65
38.52
37.24
15.35
85.15
1.59
2.11
73.01
2.99
40.10
.89
42.74
350.76
118.50
43.96
20.65
54.02
7.03
44.50
2.40
2.50
7.16
100.75
5.07
80.06
2.43
1.41
29.51
134.52
2.34
4.90
1.23
20.60
208.05
22.40
7.50
107.98
76.46
1.34
152.20
52.94
34.25
21.31
13.65
23.75
24.50
83.49
71.73
7.35
2.38
13.05
7.90
16.08
16.68
77.50
20.85
224.84
7.30
34.37
49.65
4.80
122.44
74.80
261.80
13.70
24.56
24.00
11.74
54.35
13.75
42.48
61.83
36.91
37.22
58.00
23.18
22.06
8.43
32.65
4.43
.01
50.70
10.50
58.55
3.75
31.40
5.35
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1.92
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–.27
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1.01
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–.17
4.48
2.15
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2.19
4.17
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2.27
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2.49
...
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–1.90
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–2.34
.88
–1.28
.87
.87
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4.41
...
.15
1.85
–.62
...
–.22
.91
15.94
4.26
2.83
.12
2.17
–.86
2.11
–.84
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.08
5.40
–1.65
3.79
–.05
.11
...
1.75
.75
1.54
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6.42
1.02
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3.55
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4.38
3.92
1.90
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.49
1.66
1.38
3.41
3.45
–.30
–.10
.59
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.21
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.84
5.36
–.21
1.55
.33
–.65
1.72
2.55
3.58
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.11
.99
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1.76
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1.81
2.72
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1.79
2.61
.21
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.23
1.13
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...
2.70
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.01
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.29
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.35
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.77
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2.80
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...
2.83
1.08
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.61
4.42
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2.44
4.47
2.79
3.42
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7.33
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1.43
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1.50
1.50
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2.50
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3.94
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3.73
5.18
2.66
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3.01
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2.83
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4.42
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2.75
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1.02
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2.66
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4.76
2.43
1.22
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4.63
3.70
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8.86
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2.55
3.71
12.28
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1.54
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2.88
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2.81
1.94
2.04
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2.20
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1.22
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1.64
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1.01
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2.51
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1.51
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4.90
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2.66
5.68
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1.71
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1.67
1.67
1.54
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2.23
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3.87
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7.00
5.67
2.89
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3.56
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3.31
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7.91
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5.14
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7.98
1.11
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2.56
1.33
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1.11
10.02
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2.66
4.35
14.45
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1.71
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3.04
2.38
2.25
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Nasdaq Issues
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
22.90
9.40
19.11
5.55
7.10
10.16
8.40
54.47
64.15
26.65
2.44
28.75
30.23
13.50
6.05
30.83
36.65
44.12
11.37
44.25
60.85
22.14
291.96
183.18
35.89
37.73
30.61
18.25
175.04
19.40
22.85
288.23
35.46
22.28
56.00
10.69
16.38
60.65
7.61
3.72
44.40
56.25
41.18
16.11
65.73
17.20
24.67
9.52
1.45
7.11
0.56
4.63
3.22
6.00
37.60
49.23
17.75
0.47
7.75
17.21
9.80
3.66
9.97
25.37
26.08
2.67
30.31
31.00
8.27
179.22
142.11
19.56
22.50
15.48
11.60
131.50
12.00
16.10
160.63
20.50
13.59
34.44
5.93
10.88
39.71
4.60
1.47
12.45
39.34
11.35
9.63
38.80
8.77
9.85
ComtechTel
ConatusPharm
ConcertPharm
ConcordiaIntl
ConcurrentComp
ConforMIS
Conifer
Conmed
ConnecticutWater
ConnectOneBncp
Connecture
Conn's
ConsldComm
ConsldWater
ConsumerPtfo
Control4
Copart
Core-Mark
CoriumIntl
CornerstoneOnDem
Corvel
CorvusPharm
CoStarGroup
Costco
CountyBancorp
CoupaSoftware
CovenantTranspt
Cowen
CrackerBarrel
CraftBrewAlliance
Cray
CreditAcceptance
Cree
Cresud
Criteo
Crocs
CrossCtyHlthcr
Ctrip.com
CumberlandPharm
Curis
Cutera
CyberArkSoftware
CyberOptics
CypressSemi
CyrusOne
Cytokinetics
CytomXTherap
CMTL
CNAT
CNCE
CXRX
CCUR
CFMS
CNFR
CNMD
CTWS
CNOB
CNXR
CONN
CNSL
CWCO
CPSS
CTRL
CPRT
CORE
CORI
CSOD
CRVL
CRVS
CSGP
COST
ICBK
COUP
CVTI
COWN
CBRL
BREW
CRAY
CACC
CREE
CRESY
CRTO
CROX
CCRN
CTRP
CPIX
CRIS
CUTR
CYBR
CYBE
CY
CONE
CYTK
CTMX
50.57
6.30
66.50
18.45
14.20
42.00
11.12
73.48
12.70
9.00
24.50
18.80
65.68
24.09
38.75
29.25
8.42
5.00
2.89
88.80
217.68
114.00
23081
6.75
14.15
41.75
5.68
22.48
7.42
33.38
30.80
30.25
29.18
5.21
92.55
18.55
20.55
19.30
88.50
29.99
38.19
59.70
2.17
31.87
3.08
47.48
9.80
9.80
19.61
7.84
39.15
4.05
3.70
16.11
11.70
52.54
4.93
21.35
20.20
1.02
1.46
1.66
42.62
170.00
82.77
0.42
2.42
8.50
24.20
2.30
16.10
1.05
19.95
20.95
18.61
17.58
3.20
65.63
14.49
13.40
13.90
60.00
16.98
16.01
46.55
0.74
DBVTechnologies
DHX Media VV g
DISH Network
DMC Global
DSP Group
DXP Ents
Daktronics
Dave&Buster's
DAVIDsTEA
DawsonGeophys
DecipheraPharm
DelFrisco's
DentsplySirona
DepoMed
Dermira
Descartes
DestMaternity
DestinationXL
Deswell
DexCom
DiamondHillInvt
DiamondbackEner
DianaContainer
DicernaPharma
DigiIntl
Digimarc
Digirad
DimeComBcshrs
DimensionTherap
Diodes
DiscoveryComm B
DiscoveryComm A
DiscoveryComm C
DixieGroup
DollarTree
DonegalGroup A
DonegalGroup B
DorchesterMnls
DormanProducts
DovaPharm
DuluthHoldings
Dunkin'
Durect
DBVT
DHXM
DISH
BOOM
DSPG
DXPE
DAKT
PLAY
DTEA
DWSN
DCPH
DFRG
XRAY
DEPO
DERM
DSGX
DEST
DXLG
DSWL
DXCM
DHIL
FANG
DCIX
DRNA
DGII
DMRC
DRAD
DCOM
DMTX
DIOD
DISCB
DISCA
DISCK
DXYN
DLTR
DGICA
DGICB
DMLP
DORM
DOVA
DLTH
DNKN
DRRX
3.85
31.47
16.91
45.70
2.72
2.28
6.15
24.00
11.16
97.15
61.53
31.50
39.28
67.20
7.20
28.90
62.50
13.06
13.50
8.69
2.25
23.45
12.93
27.34
0.37
0.89
3.73
14.80
4.06
45.05
38.13
18.85
27.28
52.40
4.17
13.00
44.01
8.75
7.30
6.22
EDAPTMS
EMC Insurance
ESSA Bancorp
E*TRADE
EV Energy
EVINE Live
EXFO
EagleBncpMT
EagleBulkShip
EaglePharm
EastWestBancorp
Eastern
eBay
Ebix
Echelon
EchoGlobalLog
EchoStar
Ecology&Envt
EdgeTherap
EdgewaterTech
EDAP
EMCI
ESSA
ETFC
EVEP
EVLV
EXFO
EBMT
EGLE
EGRX
EWBC
EML
EBAY
EBIX
ELON
ECHO
SATS
EEI
EDGE
EDGW
1.9
...
...
...
7.4
...
...
1.5
1.9
1.2
...
...
7.9
2.3
...
...
...
1.1
...
...
...
...
...
1.2
.8
...
...
...
3.0
...
...
...
...
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...
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...
2.8
2.7
...
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32
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dd
dd
2
dd
dd
95
31
28
dd
dd
cc
65
5
69
22
37
dd
dd
38
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95
26
18
dd
42
dd
19
cc
cc
15
dd
29
43
dd
cc
cc
dd
dd
82
56
11
dd
dd
dd
dd
21.40
5.06
16.09
.57
6.49
3.61
6.61
53.29
63.19
25.65
.49
27.60
19.52
12.90
4.63
28.43
36.48
33.41
10.22
39.62
59.95
14.78
282.56
160.77
29.60
36.13
27.34
15.70
157.58
18.00
18.40
284.00
33.85
19.35
46.01
10.50
13.72
48.35
7.40
1.57
39.20
43.66
12.60
15.70
61.89
14.65
20.16
–0.71
–0.21
+1.59
–0.57
+0.69
+0.06
–0.49
+1.18
+1.02
+0.75
–0.14
+2.05
–0.21
–0.05
+0.13
–1.69
+0.16
+0.30
+0.43
+0.62
+1.25
–0.81
–4.46
+0.92
–0.81
+0.25
–0.79
–0.60
+6.30
–0.80
–1.70
+1.05
+4.49
–0.27
+1.05
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+0.55
–6.84
+0.34
–0.03
–1.65
+1.25
+0.05
–0.16
+0.11
–0.80
–1.10
.67
–1.31
–2.28
–25.79
3.07
–1.39
–1.11
.52
2.08
1.01
–1.31
–.83
.29
.27
1.01
.53
1.66
1.17
–1.65
–1.20
1.51
–2.36
2.62
6.08
1.61
–1.88
.92
–.97
8.37
–.02
.26
16.31
–1.00
1.95
1.30
–.43
.15
–.45
–.06
–.45
.19
.78
1.64
–2.15
.24
.39
–1.63
.40
–.53
–2.17
.65
...
–1.30
–2.78
1.87
2.20
1.37
–.76
.74
.55
.61
.69
1.04
1.43
1.24
–1.70
.39
...
–3.26
4.44
6.42
1.53
–.48
.72
.95
8.81
.10
–1.15
19.91
.14
...
2.41
–.02
.61
.86
...
–.40
.52
1.04
.04
.81
–.21
–2.49
–1.47
.72
–1.19
–2.44
–.06
...
–1.07
.23
2.03
2.35
1.84
–.54
1.88
.62
.72
.78
1.18
1.64
1.46
–1.33
.74
...
–3.67
6.39
7.04
1.93
–.33
1.17
1.97
9.16
.33
–.75
21.64
.56
...
2.98
.25
.80
1.51
...
–.41
.77
1.29
.26
1.15
.41
–2.34
–1.38
.10
...
...
...
.12
...
...
.20
.2975
.075
...
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.075
...
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23
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cc
38
36
19
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28
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86
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34
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14
31
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33
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dd
24
dd
63
13
11
10
dd
24
34
32
15
22
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34
25
dd
48.07
3.55
49.30
17.95
13.80
32.14
10.32
48.84
4.15
4.33
20.15
12.45
61.84
5.39
28.61
29.10
2.49
1.90
2.71
44.78
210.99
102.53
.46
5.51
10.75
36.70
2.30
21.90
5.98
32.82
23.65
20.29
19.26
3.65
92.37
16.47
14.00
14.50
71.70
26.73
19.93
56.61
.78
+0.59
–0.40
+0.92
...
–0.13
+0.24
–0.33
+1.15
–0.10
–0.56
–4.05
–0.30
+3.62
+0.24
–0.42
+0.45
+0.77
–0.20
+0.08
–1.26
–1.62
+1.16
...
–0.07
–0.75
+0.05
–0.30
+0.10
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–0.01
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+0.10
–0.20
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–1.73
+0.97
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–1.04
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–.02
3.05
–.46
.21
.49
.23
2.10
–.11
–1.84
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.76
1.94
–1.45
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.31
–2.39
–.05
.09
–.78
13.49
–2.20
–14358
–2.87
.64
–2.36
.71
1.97
–1.97
.32
1.96
1.96
1.96
–.34
3.78
1.16
1.16
.66
3.07
–1.32
.66
2.11
–.26
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2.25
.13
.20
.80
.40
2.67
.05
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.73
2.68
.44
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.40
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–.20
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–.74
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5.03
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.26
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1.27
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1.31
2.24
2.23
2.24
.18
4.66
.53
.53
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3.44
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.70
2.43
–.21
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2.35
.75
.38
1.33
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2.89
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2.97
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5.99
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1.50
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1.59
2.49
2.49
2.49
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5.17
1.02
1.02
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2.66
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29.34
15.73
43.20
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1.14
4.00
19.55
4.67
52.00
61.37
30.10
37.61
66.35
4.96
19.35
54.89
11.82
10.46
6.42
+0.02
+0.54
+0.04
–0.66
+0.16
+0.01
–0.15
–0.05
+0.09
+0.45
+2.74
–0.30
–0.74
+0.50
–0.35
–0.60
–0.41
–0.38
–0.07
–0.08
.15
2.20
.73
1.98
–4.85
–.15
.02
1.32
–10.87
4.96
2.97
1.25
6.35
2.86
–.93
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1.92
.21
–1.34
–.23
.01
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1.12
–.43
3.94
3.74
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3.07
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1.52
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2.55
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1.40
–.15
4.32
3.80
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2.23
3.20
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1.05
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3.5
7.9
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52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
29.20
12.13
10.00
25.83
14.56
15.79
16.80
14.85
3.94
153.13
27.15
15.94
122.79
51.15
3.23
12.20
3.90
25.50
49.50
47.10
49.75
21.87
6.55
12.74
9.85
14.48
35.96
2.03
23.78
237.30
27.15
30.85
20.57
39.25
46.25
12.35
20.45
97.75
475.28
38.03
7.47
129.73
14.70
57.40
22.52
17.90
101.07
3.00
27.51
25.39
6.20
24.42
34.25
32.50
61.89
14.43
161.00
60.81
77.15
77.50
25.08
13.20
12.00
EDIT
EDUC
EGLT
EHTH
EIGR
CAFD
EGHT
LOCO
EMITF
ESLT
ERI
ESIO
EA
EFII
EBIO
EMKR
EMMS
NYNY
ENTA
ECPG
WIRE
ENDP
ECYT
ELGX
EIGI
ERII
EXXI
ENPH
ENSG
ESGR
ENFC
ENTG
ENTL
EBTC
EFSC
ENZY
EPZM
PLUS
EQIX
EQBK
ERIC
ERIE
ESCA
ESPR
ESND
ETSY
EEFT
EVK
EVBG
MRAM
EVGN
EXA
EXAC
EXEL
EXLS
XONE
EXPE
EXPD
EXPO
ESRX
XOG
EXTR
EZPW
12.43
6.25
0.97
6.38
6.10
11.51
10.30
10.08
2.57
94.91
10.65
4.50
73.74
25.54
0.90
5.65
2.14
17.95
22.17
17.66
33.70
7.40
1.17
4.08
6.20
6.13
8.16
0.65
16.51
163.00
17.95
14.73
11.47
25.35
31.65
5.20
8.50
44.20
314.55
25.00
4.83
98.36
11.30
9.40
11.26
9.41
70.51
1.95
12.92
6.25
4.22
12.34
22.20
10.04
42.00
6.72
111.88
47.23
53.45
55.80
11.31
4.02
7.55
EditasMedicine
EducDev
Egalet
eHealth
EigerBioPharma
8Point3Energy
8x8
ElPolloLoco
ElbitImaging
ElbitSystems
EldoradoResorts
ElectroScientific
ElectronicArts
EFII
ElevenBiotherap
Emcore
EmmisComm
EmpireResorts
EnantaPharma
EncoreCapital
EncoreWire
EndoIntl
Endocyte
Endologix
EnduranceIntl
EnergyRecovery
EnergyXXIGulfCoast
EnphaseEnergy
EnsignGroup
EnstarGroup
EntegraFin
Entegris
EntellusMedical
EnterpriseBncp
EnterpriseFinSvcs
Enzymotec
Epizyme
ePlus
Equinix
EquityBcshs
Ericsson
ErieIndemnity A
Escalade
EsperionTherap
Essendant
Etsy
EuronetWorldwide
Ever-Glory
Everbridge
EverspinTech
Evogene
Exa
Exactech
Exelixis
ExlService
ExOne
Expedia
ExpeditorsIntl
Exponent
ExpressScripts
ExtractionOil
ExtremeNetworks
Ezcorp
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1.7
2.5
3.3
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24.01
11.80
1.06
22.92
12.80
15.51
12.40
11.80
2.69
150.74
25.50
15.63
113.62
42.58
1.30
8.45
3.59
22.75
48.16
46.65
46.00
7.72
5.19
5.10
8.20
8.24
8.51
1.37
23.02
234.30
26.65
30.15
18.86
37.14
43.20
11.15
17.05
92.40
468.76
33.96
6.45
123.84
13.80
47.19
13.00
16.38
98.71
2.35
26.76
11.17
4.39
24.21
32.00
27.17
61.20
10.74
152.80
58.92
72.35
59.51
15.67
11.54
9.95
+0.64
+2.30
–0.08
–1.18
–0.40
–0.22
–1.25
+0.20
–0.06
–0.01
–0.70
+1.14
–5.00
+0.70
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–0.05
+0.12
–0.45
–0.34
+0.90
+0.10
–0.45
+0.85
...
+0.40
+0.05
–0.79
–0.02
+1.52
+3.60
+0.40
+0.50
+0.40
–0.46
+0.55
–0.10
–0.45
–3.55
+5.94
–2.21
+0.50
+4.01
...
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+0.06
–0.13
+2.43
+0.05
–0.12
–0.53
–0.24
–0.03
–0.20
+2.41
+0.52
+0.68
+2.69
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–2.80
+2.37
+0.29
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+0.35
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.70
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–.27
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1.27
–.05
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5.54
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3.08
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.31
1.07
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1.13
2.96
1.63
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25.33
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13.72
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1.70
2.41
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1.80
1.79
1.07
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4.01
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1.73
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3.23
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1.79
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1.82
2.36
1.75
5.39
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3.63
2.20
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1.46
13.00
1.37
1.28
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3.87
3.86
1.94
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3.95
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1.09
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4.55
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–.74
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1.28
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2.61
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5.02
2.31
2.08
6.99
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1.46
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4.98
2.81
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4.00
2.90
3.03
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1.59
14.00
2.00
1.46
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4.41
6.70
2.60
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4.09
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1.25
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5.25
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–.21
–.44
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1.47
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2.86
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6.59
2.53
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40.95
149.50
36.85
16.86
49.35
26.19
176.74
6.60
15.97
37.55
44.65
52.74
5.68
21.19
15.28
60.15
42.00
24.95
30.65
8.45
28.97
65.85
45.75
35.40
36.85
24.50
18.00
36.00
33.21
30.95
14.80
32.44
28.43
395.15
31.94
28.50
20.85
56.91
29.80
47.90
53.49
21.29
18.72
29.35
35.47
37.67
45.35
44.36
41.92
25.83
17.76
29.00
114.63
19.11
9.06
31.05
11.49
113.55
3.38
6.79
28.75
29.65
37.96
1.80
9.78
8.54
15.60
22.20
17.78
15.50
3.35
20.83
31.25
25.00
25.65
20.16
6.90
10.35
19.18
22.87
21.40
8.60
22.50
18.76
280.98
20.47
17.50
13.25
36.91
20.55
35.05
39.20
14.45
11.64
15.72
26.27
24.00
30.70
26.55
25.80
18.75
13.45
FARO Tech
F5Networks
FNBBancorp
FRONTEO
FRP Holdings
FTD
Facebook
FamousDave's
Fanhua
FarmerBros
FarmersCapBk
Fastenal
FateTherap
FederatedNatl
Ferroglobe
FibroGen
FidelityD&D
FidelitySouthern
FiestaRestaurant
FifthStreetAsset
FifthThirdBncp
51job
FinancialEngines
FinInstitutions
Finisar
FinishLine
FireEye
FirstBancorpNC
FirstBancorp
FirstBancshares
FirstBank
FirstBusey
FirstBusFinSvcs
FirstCitizBcshA
FstCmntyBcsh
FirstConnBncp
1stConstBncp
FirstDefiance
FirstFinBncpOH
FirstFinBkshs
FirstFinIN
FirstFinNW
FirstFoundation
FirstGuarBcshs
FirstHawaiian
FirstInternetBncp
FirstInterBanc
FirstMerchants
FirstMidILBcsh
FirstMidwestBncp
FirstNWBncp
FARO
FFIV
FNBG
FTEO
FRPH
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FB
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FANH
FARM
FFKT
FAST
FATE
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FDBC
LION
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FNSR
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FNLC
FBMS
FRBA
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FCBC
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35.65
11.48
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15.85
32.65
43.80
48.39
4.18
15.92
15.20
54.65
35.50
22.47
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28.60
62.05
37.00
30.30
23.03
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16.81
35.59
30.35
30.65
13.10
32.29
22.80
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29.43
27.25
17.95
54.71
27.50
46.55
48.10
17.84
18.62
26.89
30.46
37.00
38.80
43.42
41.37
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FIVE-DAY NASDAQ COMPOSITE
Remember This: Demand for memory chips is lifting Wall Street forecasts for Micron
Technology and Lam Research. PayPal turned in another good quarter. The Nasdaq Composite Index finished Friday at 6,630—up 0.4% for the week.
Monday
6645
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
6625
6605
(Prev Fri's
Close)
6585
6565
+18.20
10
12
-0.35
2
4pm
10
12
+0.56
2
4pm
10
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
53.00
52.99
18.90
17.30
8.60
72.37
129.81
57.65
26.00
60.98
17.86
7.55
32.25
62.99
43.56
8.69
31.96
11.27
17.05
17.90
44.20
44.40
22.76
41.56
59.98
33.00
36.87
26.25
47.35
46.80
22.39
46.95
21.77
20.46
11.50
18.25
63.90
1.47
5.35
13.90
19.90
9.38
25.56
33.27
9.23
11.31
7.29
39.05
92.81
35.03
12.58
25.97
13.34
3.01
15.93
39.98
28.90
2.52
20.95
4.03
10.70
8.55
35.52
34.95
3.02
28.51
40.07
5.20
6.80
9.25
17.10
19.65
6.58
34.75
5.22
10.87
7.53
7.60
11.16
0.70
0.80
3.60
14.45
1.30
FirstSolar
1stSource
FirstSouthBancorp
FirstUnited
FirsthandTechVal
FirstService
Fiserv
FiveBelow
Five9
FivePrimeTherap
Flex
FlexPharma
FlexionTherap
Flexsteel
FlirSystems
Fluidigm
FlushingFin
FoamixPharm
FogodeChao
FormFactor
FormulaSys
ForresterResearch
Forterra
Fortinet
ForwardAir
ForwardPharma
Fossil
FosterLB
FoundationMed
FoxFactory
Francesca's
FranklinElectric
Fred's
FreightCarAmer
FrequencyElec
Freshpet
FrontierComm
FuelTech
FuelCell
FulgentGenetics
FultonFin
FutureFinTech
FSLR
SRCE
FSBK
FUNC
SVVC
FSV
FISV
FIVE
FIVN
FPRX
FLEX
FLKS
FLXN
FLXS
FLIR
FLDM
FFIC
FOMX
FOGO
FORM
FORTY
FORR
FRTA
FTNT
FWRD
FWP
FOSL
FSTR
FMI
FOXF
FRAN
FELE
FRED
RAIL
FEIM
FRPT
FTR
FTEK
FCEL
FLGT
FULT
FTFT
16.55
28.67
9.68
136.95
13.50
104.12
39.32
12.50
55.87
21.59
18.45
43.63
13.67
7.29
34.02
22.12
40.80
24.37
39.02
3.15
48.05
32.98
7.00
86.27
38.18
10.12
23.35
10.25
14.29
41.15
9.80
44.02
10.00
4.73
16.94
14.76
25.82
6.90
12.04
4.71
92.65
6.05
57.16
29.32
9.13
46.80
7.20
11.41
14.30
7.68
1.13
26.37
16.06
26.60
13.08
25.21
1.81
25.61
18.00
4.12
63.76
27.31
7.33
16.02
7.16
9.70
13.35
1.20
29.00
7.56
1.73
3.82
8.56
18.32
GDSHoldings
G1Therapeutics
GSI Tech
GWPharm
Gaia
Galapagos
Gaming&Leisure
GamingPartners
Garmin
GemphireTherap
GencorIndustries
GeneralComm A
GenMarkDiagn
GenoceaBiosci
GenomicHealth
Gentex
Gentherm
GeospaceTech
GermanAmerBncp
Geron
GibraltarInds
GIIIApparel
GilatSatellite
GileadSciences
GlacierBancorp
GladstoneCap
GladstoneComm
GladstoneInvt
GladstoneLand
GlbBloodTherap
GlobalBrokerage
GlobalIndemnity
GlobalWaterRscs
GluMobile
GlycoMimetics
Gogo
GolarLNGPartners
GDS
GTHX
GSIT
GWPH
GAIA
GLPG
GLPI
GPIC
GRMN
GEMP
GENC
GNCMA
GNMK
GNCA
GHDX
GNTX
THRM
GEOS
GABC
GERN
ROCK
GIII
GILT
GILD
GBCI
GLAD
GOOD
GAIN
LAND
GBT
GLBR
GBLI
GWRS
GLUU
GLYC
GOGO
GMLP
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1.5
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1.9
1.4
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2.3
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1.6
1.7
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4.5
1.9
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28
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30
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dd
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dd
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18
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47.73
52.20
18.66
17.20
7.98
71.38
128.44
57.49
24.78
46.80
17.78
3.34
23.15
47.50
43.32
5.03
31.28
6.82
11.08
17.45
42.38
43.85
5.01
40.32
58.50
6.12
9.21
26.10
41.10
44.20
6.97
45.50
5.39
19.02
9.95
15.55
11.57
1.02
2.17
3.94
18.50
1.76
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2.22
.73
.84
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.92
4.15
1.30
–.23
–2.44
.59
–2.43
–2.84
3.02
1.20
–2.62
2.24
–.91
.85
–.10
1.59
.97
–.16
.18
.90
–.71
1.63
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.94
1.09
1.65
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1.00
–.55
–.09
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–.74
–1.82
–1.00
.93
–1.41
2.22
2.57
...
...
...
1.96
5.10
1.67
.01
–5.33
1.09
–2.27
–3.77
...
1.85
–1.95
1.72
–1.53
.81
1.22
...
1.19
–.61
.95
2.32
1.70
.14
...
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1.50
.75
1.89
–1.88
–.21
...
–.09
–4.65
...
–1.18
.14
1.06
...
1.41
2.90
...
...
...
2.28
5.78
1.97
.10
–4.39
1.41
–2.28
–3.49
...
2.06
–1.30
1.86
–1.52
.90
1.35
...
1.49
–.09
1.14
2.60
–.30
.51
...
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1.67
.81
2.11
–.08
–.15
...
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1.16
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23.123
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...
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dd
2
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21
21
16
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29
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15
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9
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11
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11
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7
15.64
22.05
7.16
107.63
12.25
100.85
36.71
11.01
55.80
9.32
18.40
41.65
7.92
1.46
33.72
19.38
36.40
16.60
38.36
2.05
32.55
26.16
6.98
81.21
37.24
9.73
22.29
10.14
13.71
32.55
1.33
43.85
9.58
4.43
10.52
10.65
23.04
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...
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–0.03
+0.10
–0.74
–0.50
+0.03
...
–.54
–.01
–3.99
4.39
1.30
1.60
.64
2.70
–2.57
.48
–.15
–1.15
–1.75
–.42
1.19
2.09
–3.52
1.57
–.19
1.05
1.10
–.10
9.94
1.59
.49
–.16
1.48
.04
–2.48
12.60
2.89
–.15
–.66
–1.50
–1.58
2.44
–.32
–2.92
–.16
–6.29
–1.71
–1.95
1.80
...
2.81
–2.79
...
–1.90
–1.07
–1.89
–.05
1.27
2.09
...
1.73
–.17
1.47
1.35
...
8.78
1.78
.84
–.02
.70
.06
–2.45
...
–.35
.09
–.08
–1.18
–2.03
2.08
...
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...
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–1.74
–1.62
1.83
...
2.85
–2.86
...
.10
–.69
–1.20
.36
1.39
2.58
...
1.98
.13
1.59
1.96
...
7.34
2.04
.86
–.01
.74
.08
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...
1.50
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.12
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1.68
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3.7
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2.6
2.3
8.6
6.7
7.7
3.9
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10
12
+23.99
2
4pm
10
12
2
4pm
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
29.18
26.33
9.95
20.50
37.20
15.12
22.99
93.08
12.37
4.10
5.45
58.45
24.40
29.85
21.75
24.10
16.54
37.20
22.83
5.37
52.51
30.30
36.38
23.71
13.95
2.75
29.92
19.94
8.65
3.50
17.34
26.82
7.15
17.36
40.89
9.98
2.95
3.05
38.35
9.30
16.35
17.05
19.25
6.76
27.57
14.27
2.90
30.05
17.46
28.27
15.89
8.90
1.53
10.90
GolarLNG
GoldenEnt
GoldenOcean
GolubCapital
Goodyear
GoPro
GovtPropIncoTr
GrandCanyonEduc
GreatElmCap
GreatElmCap
GreatLakesDredge
GreatSouthernBncp
GreenBancorp
GreenPlains
GreenPlainsPtrs
GreenlightCapRe
Gridsum
GriffinIndlRealty
Grifols
Groupon
GrAeroportuario
GuarantyBncp
GuarantyBcshrs
GuarFedBcsh
GulfIslandFab
Gulf Resources
GulfportEnergy
GLNG
GDEN
GOGL
GBDC
GT
GPRO
GOV
LOPE
GECC
GEC
GLDD
GSBC
GNBC
GPRE
GPP
GLRE
GSUM
GRIF
GRFS
GRPN
OMAB
GBNK
GNTY
GFED
GIFI
GURE
GPOR
30.45
44.73
18.95
22.05
42.75
19.75
20.69
21.00
45.61
12.09
18.43
28.52
52.94
35.85
12.22
22.29
15.88
6.18
3.90
116.20
60.90
31.30
54.80
22.36
48.37
37.38
55.68
54.95
31.53
25.22
52.65
27.10
102.88
13.20
93.50
14.87
22.21
30.70
45.85
6.00
11.97
203.01
22.77
46.80
47.20
29.69
33.70
27.05
50.53
22.99
15.45
29.25
12.72
28.97
13.58
15.94
30.75
12.00
13.24
7.02
31.01
9.77
8.18
17.32
32.00
23.02
6.09
15.54
8.24
2.80
2.25
77.20
36.20
20.10
35.15
13.32
28.97
4.00
34.83
30.34
20.60
17.06
36.15
17.37
77.50
10.75
73.11
10.23
11.85
17.75
9.40
2.00
4.88
140.51
15.08
35.15
27.25
20.22
24.00
18.00
25.55
15.10
11.00
17.70
H&E Equipment
HD Supply
HMN Fin
HMS Holdings
HSN
HabitRestaurants
HackettGroup
HailiangEduc
HainCelestial
HallmarkFin
HalozymeTherap
HamiltonLane
HancockHolding
HanmiFinancial
HanwhaQCELLS
HarborOneBncp
Hardinge
Harmonic
HarvardBioSci
Hasbro
HawaiianHoldings
HawaiianTelcom
Hawkins
HawthornBcsh
HaynesIntl
HealthInsInnov
HealthcareSvcs
HealthEquity
HealthStream
HeartlandExp
HeartlandFinUSA
Heidrick&Strug
HelenofTroy
HemisphereMedia
HenrySchein
HeritageCommerce
HeritageCrystal
HeritageFin
HibbettSports
HighpowerIntl
HimaxTechs
HinghamSvg
HollysysAuto
Hologic
HomeBancorp
HomeBancShares
HomeStreet
HomeTrustBcshs
HookerFurniture
HopeBancorp
HopFedBancorp
HorizonBancorp
HEES
HDS
HMNF
HMSY
HSNI
HABT
HCKT
HLG
HAIN
HALL
HALO
HLNE
HBHC
HAFC
HQCL
HONE
HDNG
HLIT
HBIO
HAS
HA
HCOM
HWKN
HWBK
HAYN
HIIQ
HCSG
HQY
HSTM
HTLD
HTLF
HSII
HELE
HMTV
HSIC
HTBK
HCCI
HFWA
HIBB
HPJ
HIMX
HIFS
HOLI
HOLX
HBCP
HOMB
HMST
HTBI
HOFT
HOPE
HFBC
HBNC
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6.6
1.6
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9.4
...
9.7
...
...
1.7
...
2.5
9.2
...
...
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1.5
...
14.9
1.7
1.7
1.8
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...
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31
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14
7
dd
31
25
dd
dd
dd
15
64
cc
11
17
dd
28
...
dd
19
22
...
15
dd
2
dd
21.28
25.08
8.32
19.26
33.94
9.48
18.22
88.98
10.32
3.65
5.20
55.00
23.20
19.30
20.05
22.90
8.39
35.78
21.62
4.80
41.67
29.90
29.76
21.80
12.25
1.74
13.72
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+1.15
–0.16
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...
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1.33
4.74
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.81
3.15
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–.13
3.21
–.03
.28
1.75
1.20
...
.11
.88
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2.04
1.05
1.35
1.27
.24
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.66
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1.25
3.11
.04
.45
3.83
1.12
...
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3.60
1.23
–.18
1.84
.95
–.25
...
1.16
.11
2.27
1.47
1.58
1.44
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...
1.35
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1.16
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1.29
4.24
.39
.34
4.09
1.05
...
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3.49
1.55
1.07
2.03
2.78
.65
...
1.28
.16
2.57
1.65
1.86
1.52
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...
1.46
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...
...
.32
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...
.43
...
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...
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.46
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...
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1.5476
.125
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26
11
16
50
18
49
21
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cc
dd
22
20
18
18
53
70
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dd
21
11
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21
15
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74
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36
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24
28
25
20
23
22
7
7
84
17
19
14
17
21
15
40
19
17
21
24
28.79
36.75
18.10
19.36
38.85
12.20
15.39
19.45
37.52
11.41
17.82
27.00
50.45
31.40
7.80
19.44
15.41
2.93
3.65
98.19
41.60
30.28
40.45
20.75
36.80
21.50
52.62
49.80
23.94
23.96
49.75
21.05
94.40
12.40
84.53
14.70
19.83
30.50
14.10
5.15
9.46
197.76
22.24
37.01
42.00
24.11
28.85
26.10
48.40
18.12
14.40
28.93
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–0.07
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...
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1.05
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1.34
.43
2.25
.27
.66
.60
.65
.34
–.81
.03
1.87
1.75
1.50
.18
.09
–.93
–.13
4.34
4.36
.10
2.13
1.24
.40
.57
1.05
.44
.12
.68
3.22
.81
5.04
.43
3.10
.72
.26
1.30
2.72
.41
.30
10.89
1.15
1.16
2.25
1.26
2.34
.65
2.18
1.10
.47
1.19
1.20
2.21
...
.81
2.48
.23
.97
...
1.66
.30
–.13
1.09
2.86
1.82
.57
.38
...
–.42
.13
5.06
5.51
–.84
...
...
–.75
1.57
1.24
.71
.19
.69
3.02
.36
6.75
.46
3.64
.77
.93
1.42
1.30
...
.12
...
1.70
2.01
2.58
1.38
1.60
1.16
2.72
1.19
.68
1.62
1.20
2.74
...
.93
2.83
.26
1.09
...
1.90
.95
–.79
1.29
3.34
1.98
.20
.51
...
.16
.17
5.28
4.55
–.72
...
...
.83
1.85
1.44
.73
.28
.88
3.43
1.19
7.02
.54
4.01
.90
.85
1.56
1.24
...
.36
...
1.95
2.15
3.17
1.62
2.06
1.35
3.45
1.33
.74
2.00
.275
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.35
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.24
.21
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.22
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2.6
1.9
2.7
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2.3
1.2
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2.2
1.3
2.4
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1.4
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2.5
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2.7
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1.4
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BARRON’S
October 23, 2017
Nasdaq Issues
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
21.98
13.70
17.70
32.68
13.95
8.05
52.50
1.74
111.98
14.74
45.35
57.70
32.03
11.25
HZNP
HRZN
HDP
HPT
HMHC
HWCC
HUBG
HSON
JBHT
HBAN
HURC
HURN
HCM
HYGS
9.45
9.64
6.54
26.06
9.15
4.70
33.17
1.00
76.89
9.95
24.80
29.53
11.40
3.90
HorizonPharma
HorizonTechFin
Hortonworks
HospitalityProp
HoughtonMifflin
HoustonWire
HubGroup
HudsonGlobal
JBHunt
HuntingtonBcshs
Hurco
HuronConsulting
HutchisonChina
Hydrogenics
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11.1
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7.3
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3.1
.9
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dd
dd
dd
24
dd
dd
24
dd
28
20
27
dd
cc
dd
14.09
10.83
16.26
28.38
10.60
5.90
39.80
1.52
106.58
14.19
45.05
36.25
27.77
9.70
+0.18
–0.62
–0.34
–0.98
–0.58
+1.00
+0.40
–0.18
+2.57
+0.49
+0.70
+0.05
–2.68
+0.70
–1.04
–.43
–4.40
1.30
–2.32
–.37
2.20
–.26
3.81
.70
1.99
1.76
.10
–.79
1.07
1.08
–1.72
1.07
–1.66
–.05
1.53
...
3.73
.91
...
2.22
–.17
–.66
1.25
1.14
–1.19
1.23
–.74
.06
2.08
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4.47
1.09
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2.49
–.16
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.10
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.52
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127.28
59.55
194.93
173.01
7.75
23.00
48.53
43.40
29.85
61.10
44.71
204.29
62.89
24.65
91.10
64.46
35.51
117.53
10.80
18.67
214.34
11.92
13.05
8.84
14.48
25.70
52.40
60.85
153.15
76.30
23.65
66.85
12.50
3.84
101.70
4.30
52.40
12.03
2.59
58.22
74.75
4.54
14.87
105.35
7.95
17.80
9.86
3.23
53.19
31.84
42.81
62.82
15.06
56.42
28.44
40.45
31.90
42.75
50.73
139.44
102.30
22.60
1.20
5.59
42.35
40.90
12.89
10.08
33.25
5.75
14.15
22.67
12.95
148.42
374.89
10.15
24.40
15.11
200.18
5.90
11.50
65.51
8.60
1.83
53.22
16.39
11.58
109.78
19.94
79.95
37.85
60.39
40.20
127.00
102.45
4.63
14.02
34.13
25.55
15.94
40.65
33.11
82.12
39.51
10.06
62.66
45.63
9.76
73.76
4.79
11.70
119.37
6.22
4.50
1.51
2.02
7.75
34.40
23.55
83.01
47.50
16.45
44.00
7.23
0.84
73.80
2.95
20.75
8.07
1.20
39.52
54.10
2.61
8.67
50.24
0.85
8.60
5.28
0.87
28.15
10.21
23.20
30.69
7.27
37.71
19.95
33.23
10.83
29.40
31.97
54.98
67.55
14.59
0.78
0.80
29.80
32.00
5.86
6.70
7.65
1.70
5.60
7.85
5.39
103.22
203.57
2.96
15.95
11.83
93.90
1.10
4.50
24.58
4.45
0.51
22.16
7.58
7.50
43.85
12.48
51.55
23.95
IAC/InterActive
ICF Intl
ICU Medical
IdexxLab
ID Systems
IES Holdings
IHSMarkit
II-VI
ILG
INC Research
INTL FCStone
IPG Photonics
IRSA Prop
IXYS
Iberiabank
IcahnEnterprises
Ichor
Icon
IconixBrand
iKangHealthcare
Illumina
Immersion
ImmuneDesign
Immunogen
Immunomedics
ImpaxLabs
Imperva
Impinj
Incyte
IndependentBank
IndepBankMI
IndependentBank
Infinera
InfinityPharm
InfinityPropCas
InfoSvcsGrp
InglesMarkets
InnerWorkings
Innodata
Innophos
Innospec
InnovSolSuprt
Innoviva
Inogen
InotekPharm
Inovalon
InovioPharma
Inseego
InsightEnt
Insmed
InsteelInds
Insulet
InsysTherap
IntegraLifeSci
IntegratedDevice
Intel
IntelliaTherap
InterParfums
InteractiveBrkrs
InterceptPharm
InterDigital
Interface
Intermolecular
InterNAP
IntlBcshs
IntlSpeedwayA
InternetGold
InternetInitiat
IntersectENT
Intersections
Intevac
Intra-Cellular
Intricon
Intuit
IntuitiveSurgical
InventureFoods
Investar
InvestorsBancorp
InvestorsTitle
InVivoTherap
Invuity
IonisPharma
IovanceBiotherap
iPass
iRhythmTechs
Iridex
IridiumComm
iRobot
IronwoodPharm
Itron
IturanLocation
IAC
ICFI
ICUI
IDXX
IDSY
IESC
INFO
IIVI
ILG
INCR
INTL
IPGP
IRCP
IXYS
IBKC
IEP
ICHR
ICLR
ICON
KANG
ILMN
IMMR
IMDZ
IMGN
IMMU
IPXL
IMPV
PI
INCY
INDB
IBCP
IBTX
INFN
INFI
IPCC
III
IMKTA
INWK
INOD
IPHS
IOSP
ISSC
INVA
INGN
ITEK
INOV
INO
INSG
NSIT
INSM
IIIN
PODD
INSY
IART
IDTI
INTC
NTLA
IPAR
IBKR
ICPT
IDCC
TILE
IMI
INAP
IBOC
ISCA
IGLD
IIJI
XENT
INTX
IVAC
ITCI
IIN
INTU
ISRG
SNAK
ISTR
ISBC
ITIC
NVIV
IVTY
IONS
IOVA
IPAS
IRTC
IRIX
IRDM
IRBT
IRWD
ITRI
ITRN
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1.8
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2.7
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1.6
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1.2
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1.6
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dd
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dd
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10
32
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22
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11
16
91
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17
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23
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63
37
15
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33
42
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28
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29
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34
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40
53
dd
24
22
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dd
cc
dd
dd
dd
dd
12
37
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99
19
124.72
54.25
191.35
164.71
6.96
18.80
44.03
43.30
29.33
55.85
39.75
202.55
61.50
24.55
75.45
57.49
33.86
113.63
5.12
13.53
209.88
8.20
5.20
5.86
11.00
21.25
44.75
34.95
114.19
72.75
22.75
61.05
8.67
2.28
94.75
4.10
24.50
11.16
1.23
49.43
63.05
3.31
13.83
96.65
2.38
16.90
6.23
1.52
45.06
27.55
27.00
61.58
7.61
51.53
27.99
40.43
28.22
42.30
49.39
66.85
75.15
22.05
1.07
4.90
41.55
39.75
8.22
9.75
30.60
3.10
8.15
16.08
11.05
147.97
369.58
4.35
24.40
13.84
187.78
1.50
9.35
64.39
7.23
.69
52.99
9.52
11.10
76.25
15.02
79.40
37.60
–0.81
–1.00
+3.85
+5.11
–0.03
–0.20
+0.13
+1.95
–0.05
+1.10
+0.22
+4.45
+0.50
+0.40
–5.95
+2.04
+1.19
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+0.01
+0.04
+2.96
–0.25
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–0.11
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+0.45
+1.15
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–0.70
+0.20
+0.45
+0.08
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+1.55
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–0.40
–0.13
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+0.10
–0.13
+0.07
+2.27
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–0.55
–0.01
+0.13
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+0.07
+0.65
+0.06
+2.36
+0.07
+0.76
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–0.10
+1.75
+1.36
+0.25
+0.10
+0.02
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+0.15
+0.45
+0.82
+0.15
+2.20
–0.13
–0.20
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+2.32
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+0.70
+0.19
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+0.55
+5.29
–0.08
+0.03
+0.72
+0.02
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–0.55
+0.65
+0.75
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2.40
3.66
2.44
–.49
5.62
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1.48
2.60
2.03
2.90
4.85
6.65
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4.30
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4.75
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3.07
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–.91
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–.74
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2.90
1.05
2.88
–.17
–.61
3.88
–.18
2.68
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–.22
2.44
3.33
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2.32
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1.17
–.51
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2.12
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1.07
1.25
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8.78
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–.31
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2.02
1.66
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–.89
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–.36
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–.71
3.72
6.24
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1.10
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10.19
–.76
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–.72
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–.12
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1.48
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1.53
3.06
2.99
4.11
3.18
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2.05
1.83
1.16
2.60
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6.64
1.62
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4.63
9.91
2.45
5.31
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3.65
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–.81
–.53
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3.41
1.23
3.48
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3.01
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2.35
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4.21
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1.17
1.21
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3.23
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1.82
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1.91
1.49
3.01
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1.28
1.59
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3.61
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1.57
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1.12
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–.18
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–.24
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1.57
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3.07
2.03
4.65
3.23
5.92
3.54
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2.27
2.53
1.34
3.14
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2.57
1.05
5.91
3.35
2.92
5.92
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2.45
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4.26
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1.34
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3.49
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2.44
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2.22
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1.68
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2.99
1.31
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JA Solar
JASO ... 5 7.35 +0.02
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52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
91.48
109.67
113.30
10.80
46.20
163.75
24.13
76.18
29.29
6.40
47.03
64.74
79.00
90.89
6.71
35.95
95.80
16.85
31.25
11.05
3.65
17.52
j2Global
JackHenry
JackintheBox
Jamba
JamesRiver
JazzPharma
JetBlue
JohnsonOutdoors
JounceTherap
JuniperPharm
JunoTherap
JCOM
JKHY
JACK
JMBA
JRVR
JAZZ
JBLU
JOUT
JNCE
JNP
JUNO
4.43
13.57
109.59
55.40
25.99
12.75
108.99
26.75
15.80
8.61
9.90
14.63
16.10
26.58
5.40
10.15
31.20
19.67
8.20
26.95
22.45
20.97
47.78
17.41
13.50
4.60
23.15
97.77
13.93
23.00
15.30
3.30
6.18
72.88
33.17
16.32
7.50
69.41
16.38
5.48
3.75
3.40
6.27
13.35
18.06
2.45
8.00
20.95
9.68
6.69
15.95
13.60
11.97
21.01
8.17
1.50
1.93
9.00
76.12
5.23
13.05
4.00
KCAPFinancial
KEYW
KLA Tencor
KLX
K2MGroup
KVH Inds
KaiserAlum
KalaPharm
KalVistaPharm
Kamada
KandiTech
KaryopharmTherap
KearnyFinancial
KellyServices A
KemPharm
KY FirstFedBncp
KewauneeSci
KeyTechnology
KeyTronic
Kforce
KimballElec
KimballIntl B
KinsaleCapital
Kirkland's
KonaGrill
Kopin
KornitDigital
KraftHeinz
KratosDefense
Kulicke&Soffa
KuraOncology
KCAP
KEYW
KLAC
KLXI
KTWO
KVHI
KALU
KALA
KALV
KMDA
KNDI
KPTI
KRNY
KELYA
KMPH
KFFB
KEQU
KTEC
KTCC
KFRC
KE
KBAL
KNSL
KIRK
KONA
KOPN
KRNT
KHC
KTOS
KLIC
KURA
56.42
73.85
37.70
53.92
11.00
16.59
21.40
49.98
17.18
206.34
79.09
149.30
15.50
32.40
18.15
102.55
20.45
7.99
18.96
28.10
13.32
10.10
2.77
44.94
39.88
262.55
18.00
104.35
104.66
58.20
37.69
39.85
37.00
28.11
27.97
25.10
26.00
62.41
39.37
41.14
26.52
26.20
46.43
46.51
46.24
16.20
22.35
70.95
21.20
18.44
144.86
5.09
24.50
3.74
97.97
10.50
209.85
75.73
26.05
15.10
40.82
123.95
10.24
51.75
95.92
72.70
68.63
22.27
17.99
26.82
32.04
27.85
30.18
4.99
13.90
13.15
34.16
9.61
93.69
58.68
113.34
11.20
25.00
12.55
69.20
7.95
5.05
12.12
18.40
6.98
4.90
1.08
31.14
18.55
75.05
10.96
61.69
63.64
35.96
28.17
29.05
27.36
19.10
19.33
17.62
17.24
36.54
26.95
26.44
16.52
16.18
31.83
33.82
32.13
10.88
10.05
50.60
13.50
7.20
87.50
1.70
16.39
1.57
63.30
5.50
124.32
40.84
14.10
5.43
21.14
86.22
2.43
35.55
17.14
47.26
32.90
17.64
13.25
LGI Homes
LHC Group
LKQ
LPL Financial
LSI Inds
LakeShoreBancorp
LakelandBcp
LakelandFin
LakelandInd
LamResearch
LamarAdvertising
LancasterColony
Landec
LandmarkBncp
LandmarkInfrPtrs
LandstarSystem
Lantheus
LatticeSemi
LaureateEduc
LawsonProducts
LayneChristensen
LeapTherap
LegacyReserves
LegacyTexasFin
LeMaitreVascular
LendingTree
LexiconPharm
LibertyBroadbandA
LibertyBroadbandC
LibertyExpediaA
LibertyGlobal A
LibertyGlobal B
LibertyGlobal C
LibertyLiLAC A
LibertyLiLAC C
LibertyQVC B
LibertyQVC A
LibertyVenturesA
LibertyFormOne A
LibertyFormOne C
LibertyBraves A
LibertyBraves C
LibertySirius A
LibertySirius B
LibertySirius C
LibertyTax
LibertyTripAdvA
LifePointHealth
LifetimeBrands
LifewayFoods
LigandPharm
LimelightNetworks
Limoneira
LincolnEduc
LincolnElectric
LiquiditySvcs
Littelfuse
LivaNova
LiveOakBcshs
LivePerson
LogitechIntl
LogMeIn
LonestarRscs
LoralSpace
LoxoOncology
lululemon
Lumentum
Luminex
LumosNetworks
LGIH
LHCG
LKQ
LPLA
LYTS
LSBK
LBAI
LKFN
LAKE
LRCX
LAMR
LANC
LNDC
LARK
LMRK
LSTR
LNTH
LSCC
LAUR
LAWS
LAYN
LPTX
LGCY
LTXB
LMAT
TREE
LXRX
LBRDA
LBRDK
LEXEA
LBTYA
LBTYB
LBTYK
LILA
LILAK
QVCB
QVCA
LVNTA
FWONA
FWONK
BATRA
BATRK
LSXMA
LSXMB
LSXMK
TAX
LTRPA
LPNT
LCUT
LWAY
LGND
LLNW
LMNR
LINC
LECO
LQDT
LFUS
LIVN
LOB
LPSN
LOGI
LOGM
LONE
LORL
LOXO
LULU
LITE
LMNX
LMOS
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16
22
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74.52
105.78
102.43
8.19
43.31
144.05
20.35
73.19
14.78
4.55
43.71
–4.44
+0.68
+2.67
–0.06
+1.28
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–0.02
+1.05
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+0.81
3.13
3.14
3.63
.58
2.49
6.41
2.22
1.34
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.55
–2.42
5.77
3.28
4.05
...
2.19
10.89
1.78
3.51
–.73
–.45
–3.22
6.32
3.54
4.80
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2.65
12.98
1.92
3.12
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3.45
7.68
108.34
55.25
19.98
11.75
99.85
16.87
11.26
5.00
7.95
10.97
15.45
26.33
3.85
9.75
29.80
17.19
6.91
20.15
21.90
20.18
43.56
12.44
3.50
3.52
15.35
76.71
12.89
22.05
14.10
–0.03
–0.08
+3.04
+1.32
+0.96
–0.35
–6.69
–5.28
+1.52
+0.20
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–0.15
–0.65
–0.79
–0.03
+0.65
–0.30
–0.28
+1.02
+0.71
–0.30
–0.45
+0.25
–1.03
–0.21
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+0.50
–.03
–.63
5.88
.92
–1.00
–.47
5.09
–1.37
–4.47
–.18
–.14
–2.92
.22
3.13
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.11
1.66
–.11
.51
1.25
1.24
.99
.56
.68
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–.37
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2.81
–.99
.67
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–.27
6.78
3.07
–.80
–.53
5.29
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1.73
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3.63
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1.41
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7.16
3.87
–.43
–.23
5.72
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1.84
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1.68
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3.92
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55.92
67.66
37.34
53.47
6.43
16.40
21.05
49.57
15.55
205.34
68.31
119.58
13.00
28.52
17.40
100.10
18.25
5.79
13.90
26.00
13.09
5.69
1.55
39.47
39.01
223.90
11.16
91.98
93.50
56.51
31.63
32.55
30.68
21.99
22.04
22.53
23.38
57.72
38.70
40.42
24.88
24.83
43.76
44.50
43.78
14.05
11.85
58.35
19.25
10.07
143.93
4.96
23.05
2.27
95.90
5.70
207.76
74.82
24.15
14.55
36.71
119.15
3.45
49.25
86.62
63.29
55.95
20.46
17.97
+1.93
+1.70
+0.07
+0.47
+0.21
+0.60
+0.45
+1.16
+0.30
+15.44
–1.20
–1.21
–0.05
–0.42
–0.25
+2.40
+0.40
+0.20
–0.05
+0.10
+0.15
+0.44
–0.04
+0.66
+1.90
–14.50
–0.05
–1.47
–1.00
+1.10
–0.41
–0.30
–0.30
–1.34
–1.19
–0.89
+1.07
–0.26
+0.84
+0.92
–0.25
–0.18
+0.31
–1.01
+0.46
–0.05
+0.10
+3.35
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+0.89
+0.61
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+0.04
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–0.25
+4.95
–0.17
+0.20
–0.20
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3.41
2.07
1.50
2.13
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2.05
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9.24
3.05
4.20
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2.31
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3.25
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2.76
–.19
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39.52
2.16
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2.82
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3.52
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52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
65.99
48.47
12.25
22.94
12.10
68.70
65.08
102.50
18.70
20.00
59.00
43.77
10.67
31.85
8.00
88.10
9.50
8.90
14.95
18.95
37.95
40.90
33.35
24.54
55.74
23.80
6.96
46.79
3.75
8.22
211.06
29.95
116.67
21.15
21.14
18.72
104.71
26.24
16.50
23.45
33.23
4.40
77.85
53.10
6.61
59.59
46.73
4.34
55.95
7.78
85.92
8.25
38.94
24.57
52.80
297.95
38.68
14.40
53.56
20.55
18.58
45.50
67.90
21.01
33.63
169.81
12.50
106.90
53.35
25.57
94.66
42.17
57.97
78.97
207.28
3.25
3.37
30.45
150.87
46.39
37.58
39.20
37.00
31.94
2.94
29.75
14.15
12.00
5.14
8.94
37.05
6.78
2.38
19.90
46.69
41.83
47.23
17.92
34.00
115.10
24.45
61.75
57.25
86.35
31.57
5.45
88.25
13.35
40.45
45.87
49.55
37.30
MTSI
MBFI
MBTF
MCFT
MDCA
MGEE
MGPI
MKSI
MSBF
MTGE
MTSC
MYRG
MCBC
MGNX
MAGS
MGLN
MGIC
CALL
MGYR
MHLD
MSFG
MMYT
MBUU
TUSK
MANH
MTEX
MNKD
MANT
MCHX
MRNS
MKTX
MRLN
MAR
MRTN
MMLP
MRVL
MASI
MTCH
MTLS
MTRX
MAT
MATR
MATW
MXIM
MXWL
MZOR
MGRC
MFIN
MDCO
MNOV
MDSO
MDWD
MEDP
MLCO
MLNX
MELI
MBWM
MERC
MRCY
EBSB
VIVO
MMSI
MACK
MRSN
MRUS
MLAB
MESO
CASH
MEOH
MIK
MCHP
MU
MSCC
MSFT
MSTR
MVIS
MCEP
MPB
MIDD
MSEX
MSBI
MOFG
MLHR
MIME
MNDO
MB
NERV
MSON
MIND
MITL
MINI
MOBL
MLNK
MNTA
MOMO
MCRI
MDLZ
MGI
MDB
MPWR
TYPE
MNRO
MNST
MORN
MPAA
MPVD
LABL
MBIO
MFSF
MYL
MYOK
MYGN
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
10.95
42.56
29.07
83.95
25.90
3.45
14.40
31.65
115.94
14.10
32.42
23.45
13.71
8.45
78.31
14.76
78.45
2.88
129.82
16.05
43.80
26.99
45.30
41.99
57.21
18.90
368.00
14.15
43.85
17.95
62.04
25.02
80.37
9.60
13.81
45.24
337.55
204.38
59.93
38.48
63.77
7.04
25.17
14.49
14.90
12.51
18.16
73.90
12.50
24.94
6.00
131.49
29.95
19.30
99.30
20.59
36.70
19.10
21.11
61.48
33.74
4.60
31.18
30.90
45.95
1.78
13.80
22.30
19.93
19.95
9.01
34.96
67.95
81.68
15.00
199.59
30.80
6.90
31.28
18.17
63.72
15.45
0.36
7.50
13.43
95.88
6.18
19.78
9.56
2.60
2.71
63.30
7.35
47.20
1.61
44.21
5.12
26.54
16.21
27.08
14.35
35.50
11.53
209.68
8.25
31.65
11.48
45.38
11.41
50.53
4.85
9.06
30.36
211.11
110.68
41.50
26.25
37.35
5.72
5.90
10.99
11.25
8.03
13.90
47.00
7.65
14.56
3.16
96.05
10.85
12.50
69.92
14.88
24.35
14.95
12.41
35.21
19.00
1.06
11.83
3.52
16.55
0.73
6.41
5.95
13.44
13.05
3.68
14.38
30.11
49.25
4.63
66.58
20.45
Napco Security
NBT Bancorp
NCS Multistage
NICE
NIC
NII Holdings
NMI Holdings
NN
NXP Semi
NabrivaTherap
Nanometrics
NanoStringTech
NantHealth
NantKwest
Nasdaq
Natera
Nathan's
NationalAmerUniv
NationalBeverage
NatlCineMedia
NationalCommerce
NatlGeneral
NatlInstruments
NatlResearch A
NatlResearch B
NatlSecurity
NatlWesternLife
NaturalAlt
NatusMedical
Navient
NavigatorsGroup
NektarTherap
Neogen
NeosTherap
Net1UEPS
NetApp
Netease
Netflix
Netgear
NetScout
Neurocrine
NY Mortgage
NewLinkGenetics
NewsCorp A
NewsCorp B
NewStarFinancial
NewtekBusSvcs
NexstarMedia
NicholasFin
NightstarTherap
Noodles
Nordson
NortheastBancorp
NorthernTechsIntl
NorthernTrust
NorthfieldBanc
NorthrimBanCorp
NorthwestBcshs
NorthwestPipe
NorwegianCruise
NorwoodFin
NovaLifestyle
NovaMeasuring
Novan
Novanta
Novavax
NovelionTherap
Novocure
NuanceComms
NuCana
NumereX
Nutanix
Nutrisystem
Nuvasive
Nuvectra
NVIDIA
NxstageMed
NSSC
NBTB
NCSM
NICE
EGOV
NIHD
NMIH
NNBR
NXPI
NBRV
NANO
NSTG
NH
NK
NDAQ
NTRA
NATH
NAUH
FIZZ
NCMI
NCOM
NGHC
NATI
NRCIA
NRCIB
NSEC
NWLI
NAII
BABY
NAVI
NAVG
NKTR
NEOG
NEOS
UEPS
NTAP
NTES
NFLX
NTGR
NTCT
NBIX
NYMT
NLNK
NWSA
NWS
NEWS
NEWT
NXST
NICK
NITE
NDLS
NDSN
NBN
NTIC
NTRS
NFBK
NRIM
NWBI
NWPX
NCLH
NWFL
NVFY
NVMI
NOVN
NOVT
NVAX
NVLN
NVCR
NUAN
NCNA
NMRX
NTNX
NTRI
NUVA
NVTR
NVDA
NXTM
3.03
12.15
11.99
286.57
96.64
2.80
5.91
14.57
14.70
40.00
30.70
11.30
11.91
6.26
39.00
33.64
112.50
18.95
14.90
46.90
28.67
74.55
27.09
55.00
20.27
4.40
1.67
10.89
11.40
2.45
9.00
35.21
40.34
10.40
0.85
5.85
7.15
169.43
65.63
1.45
3.90
7.98
5.00
20.22
19.07
6.92
4.82
3.01
23.17
21.52
68.82
13.95
7.65
25.65
15.83
34.62
7.80
30.35
10.74
0.78
0.02
2.91
7.80
1.18
6.50
29.30
2.24
6.40
OHAInvestment
OPKOHealth
Orbcomm
OReillyAuto
OSI Systems
O2MicroIntl
OaktreeSpec
ObalonTherap
ObsEva
OceanRigUDW
OceanFirstFin
Oclaro
OcularTherapeutix
OfficeDepot
OhioValleyBanc
Okta
OldDomFreight
OldNatlBncp
Old2ndBcp
Ollie'sBargain
OlympicSteel
OmegaFlex
Omeros
Omnicell
ON Semi
Oncobiologics
OncobiologicsWtA
OncoMedPharm
1-800-FLOWERS
180DegreeCap
1347 Property
OpenText
Ophthotech
Optibase
OHAI
OPK
ORBC
ORLY
OSIS
OIIM
OCSL
OBLN
OBSV
ORIG
OCFC
OCLR
OCUL
ODP
OVBC
OKTA
ODFL
ONB
OSBC
OLLI
ZEUS
OFLX
OMER
OMCL
ON
ONS
ONSIW
OMED
FLWS
TURN
PIH
OTEX
OPHT
OBAS
N
M
35.33
35.00
8.20
10.84
2.75
55.05
31.93
46.51
13.35
15.40
44.65
23.00
7.83
14.36
4.13
49.50
6.65
5.65
10.30
6.25
23.84
22.05
14.28
10.88
40.83
12.51
0.67
33.50
2.46
0.82
145.10
17.05
65.91
11.70
15.45
12.30
53.78
15.08
6.28
7.80
14.35
2.10
57.40
37.32
4.39
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October 23, 2017
BARRON’S
M23
Nasdaq Issues
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
3.80
20.97
30.60
23.01
44.45
5.70
4.08
2.87
19.00
51.09
20.90
21.15
46.95
6.11
38.19
15.93
19.51
11.80
2.13
18.16
18.20
7.09
26.83
1.65
1.32
1.30
15.30
32.51
17.03
3.15
33.45
1.25
13.05
5.28
11.88
9.34
OpticalCable
OptiNose
OpusBank
OraSureTechs
Orbotech
OrexigenTherap
OrganovoHoldings
OriginAgritech
OritaniFinancial
OrthofixIntl
OrthoPediatrics
Otonomy
OtterTail
Ovascience
Overstock
OvidTherap
OxfordImmunotec
OxfordLane
OCC
OPTN
OPB
OSUR
ORBK
OREX
ONVO
SEED
ORIT
OFIX
KIDS
OTIC
OTTR
OVAS
OSTK
OVID
OXFD
OXLC
28.63
8.75
30.48
31.20
8.48
84.88
24.44
3.77
15.25
19.05
18.45
18.65
42.70
83.73
7.40
61.13
22.00
75.13
9.07
27.50
9.60
41.90
58.95
57.53
9.31
21.29
90.49
6.80
29.00
47.00
12.97
6.41
87.90
27.32
26.56
49.26
29.76
64.75
52.00
71.73
6.20
35.49
64.85
25.21
61.97
8.68
52.65
20.13
35.43
39.73
50.54
8.95
20.22
4.07
2.38
9.30
7.15
29.00
4.45
28.23
50.90
40.25
12.10
31.05
25.26
71.85
6.22
12.27
59.55
124.26
45.96
67.10
14.55
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47.24
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60.99
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22.92
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16.38
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94.40
3.26
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11.72
42.51
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26.36
11.45
16.67
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14.50
5.60
22.31
11.80
4.86
36.74
14.11
1.93
14.50
9.01
8.09
11.91
23.15
50.87
4.25
43.10
4.03
53.38
3.08
16.00
5.30
24.35
29.95
41.28
3.10
13.80
68.68
3.50
9.80
30.01
8.09
4.11
50.80
17.60
18.68
35.93
14.83
52.78
29.69
38.06
3.90
20.83
29.10
11.93
15.00
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38.12
15.82
24.16
19.80
38.85
5.59
14.15
1.50
0.94
6.35
1.83
16.35
2.60
19.76
18.90
24.85
7.55
17.15
11.36
49.40
2.17
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44.35
90.51
32.05
15.68
10.50
36.35
26.76
60.67
35.13
41.62
14.81
28.27
1.86
12.75
1422.19
78.00
1.40
10.47
18.71
4.60
26.23
69.19
3.65
6.20
8.00
1.10
1.71
40.58
PAM Transport
P&FIndustries
PCConnection
PCM
PC-Tel
PDC Energy
PDF Solutions
PDL Biopharm
PDLCommBncp
PHI
PHI NV
PICO
PRA Group
PRA HealthSci
PRGXGlobal
PTC
PTC Therap
Paccar
PacBiosciCA
PacificContinent
PacificMercBncp
PacificPremBncp
PaciraPharm
PacWestBancorp
PainTherap
PanAmerSilver
PapaJohn's
PapaMurphy's
ParatekPharma
Park-Ohio
ParkSterling
PartnerComms
PatrickIndustries
PatriotTransport
PatternEnergy
Patterson
PattersonUTIEn
Paychex
Paylocity
PayPal
PeakResorts
PeapackGladFinl
Pegasystems
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PennVirginia
PennantPark
PennsWoodsBncp
People'sUtdFin
PeoplesBncpOH
PeoplesBncpNC
PeoplesFinSvcs
Perceptron
Perficient
PerformantFin
PerionNetwork
Perma-PipeIntl
PernixTherap
PerryEllis
PershingGold
PetIQ
PetMedExpress
PhibroAnimal
Photronics
PilgrimPride
PinnacleEnt
PinnacleFinPtrs
Pixelworks
PlayaHotels
Plexus
Pool
Popular
PortolaPharm
Potbelly
Potlatch
PowellIndustries
PowerIntegrations
PreferredBankLA
PreformedLine
PremierFinBncp
Premier
Presbia
Presidio
Priceline
PriceSmart
PrimaBiomed
PrimoWater
PrimorisSvcs
ProgenicsPharm
ProgressSoftware
Proofpoint
ProQR Therap
ProspectCapital
ProtagonistTherap
ProteonTherap
ProteostasisTher
Prothena
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PFIN
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PCMI
PCTI
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PDFS
PDLI
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60.72
17.79
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33.50
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5.44
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39.37
18.92
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51.33
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34.84
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18.89
33.82
35.29
46.47
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1.82
1.21
8.30
2.83
22.86
2.90
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36.74
37.10
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67.45
5.42
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120.79
32.48
50.65
12.10
53.00
28.43
73.75
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72.25
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34.17
4.32
15.07
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90.35
2.24
10.93
27.93
6.41
42.14
96.11
4.40
6.36
15.93
2.25
2.24
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52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
56.93
20.66
18.96
2.45
6.98
127.02
37.55
30.10
50.00
26.55
36.34
79.34
71.62
17.74
54.15
25.45
2.20
2.48
45.55
8.00
3.49
7.74
34.89
17.62
14.40
1.03
0.50
28.35
21.80
19.90
31.15
11.60
24.86
48.28
48.92
11.48
30.61
13.75
1.26
0.76
18.25
2.61
1.80
3.22
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PrudentialBancorp
pSivida
Pulmatrix
PumaBiotech
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QAD B
QCR Holdings
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Qiagen
Qorvo
Qualcomm
QualitySystems
Qualys
QuantennaComms
Quarterhill g
QuickLogic
Quidel
QuinStreet
Qumu
Quotient
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PROV
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QCRH
QIWI
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QRVO
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24.19
135.54
28.22
7.15
36.10
2.70
31.99
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15.15
6.00
27.84
5.26
55.97
11.90
18.33
14.78
14.39
108.29
16.50
19.29
37.40
6.70
5.45
43.65
41.60
74.11
24.94
33.49
543.55
3.38
23.63
45.32
13.55
13.89
46.81
44.04
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19.80
11.95
22.37
25.44
28.75
33.81
6.87
4.33
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9.05
8.98
15.70
13.23
7.22
29.80
69.81
4.66
94.39
48.82
47.12
22.65
122.68
21.26
67.99
11.09
4.51
15.40
1.40
16.23
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2.50
12.05
1.23
31.58
5.25
11.46
5.01
11.30
67.54
13.36
10.63
20.21
1.45
3.90
25.10
18.51
40.85
20.87
19.29
325.35
0.79
15.95
32.51
8.10
7.76
26.16
28.93
3.70
12.05
6.52
18.45
15.55
12.35
22.60
5.31
1.94
13.90
5.06
3.55
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9.65
0.66
15.75
52.85
2.50
60.21
22.47
22.83
14.10
72.61
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RBC Bearings
RCI Hospitality
RCM Tech
REGENXBIO
RF Industries
RGC Resources
RISE Education
RPX
RTI Surgical
RaPharm
Radisys
RadiusHealth
RadNet
Radware
RamacoRscs
Rambus
RandgoldRscs
RandolphBancorp
Rapid7
RavenIndustries
RealIndustry
RealNetworks
RealPage
ReataPharm
RedRobin
RedRockResorts
Redfin
RegenPharm
RegulusTherap
Reis
Renasant
RenewableEnergy
Rent-A-Center
Repligen
RepublicBcpKYA
RepublicFirstBncp
ResourcesConnect
RestorationRob
RetailOppor
Retrophin
RevanceTherap
RhythmPharm
RichardsonElec
RigelPharm
RigNet
RiverviewBncp
RockwellMedical
RockyBrands
RockyMtnChoc
RokaBioscience
Roku
RossStores
RoyalBcshsPA A
RoyalGold
RushEnt A
RushEnt B
RuthsHospitality
Ryanair
RBB
ROLL
RICK
RCMT
RGNX
RFIL
RGCO
REDU
RPXC
RTIX
RARX
RSYS
RDUS
RDNT
RDWR
METC
RMBS
GOLD
RNDB
RPD
RAVN
RELY
RNWK
RP
RETA
RRGB
RRR
RDFN
REGN
RGLS
REIS
RNST
REGI
RCII
RGEN
RBCAA
FRBK
RECN
HAIR
ROIC
RTRX
RVNC
RYTM
RELL
RIGL
RNET
RVSB
RMTI
RCKY
RMCF
ROKA
ROKU
ROST
RBPAA
RGLD
RUSHA
RUSHB
RUTH
RYAAY
42.30
154.71
4.08
64.08
16.45
119.20
13.20
38.24
1.68
9.74
0.29
41.25
73.16
42.13
12.90
198.83
29.10
27.35
83.30
90.80
63.10
8.25
166.65
45.64
74.69
17.06
42.95
0.50
52.67
16.23
28.41
102.29
1.52
43.65
12.30
55.79
6.93
11.50
1.10
2.68
0.03
22.60
48.11
28.43
7.70
116.59
19.30
17.30
65.30
38.30
28.57
5.00
74.07
30.38
46.34
2.65
26.95
0.26
26.26
4.60
S&T Bancorp
SBA Comm
SCYNEXIS
SEI Investments
SI Financial
Sina
SLM
SMART Global
SMTC
SORL AutoParts
SPIEnergy
SPPlus
SPS Commerce
SS&C Tech
SSR Mining
SVB Fin
SabraHealthcare
Sabre
SafetyInsurance
SageTherap
Saia
SalemMedia
SandersonFarms
SandySpringBncp
Sanfilippo
SangamoTherap
Sanmina
Sanofi Rt
SareptaTherap
Savara
STBA
SBAC
SCYX
SEIC
SIFI
SINA
SLM
SGH
SMTX
SORL
SPI
SP
SPSC
SSNC
SSRM
SIVB
SBRA
SABR
SAFT
SAGE
SAIA
SALM
SAFM
SASR
JBSS
SGMO
SANM
GCVRZ
SRPT
SVRA
...
2.9
.7
...
...
...
.8
.8
.4
4.9
...
...
4.4
...
...
...
2.3
...
...
...
...
...
12
30
90
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
20
25
cc
dd
20
44
50
dd
35
dd
dd
dd
dd
dd
56.44
19.36
18.09
1.20
1.90
124.65
37.20
30.10
49.05
16.98
34.13
69.92
52.02
15.74
51.20
16.00
1.75
1.51
41.77
7.23
2.89
4.72
+1.84
–0.39
–0.37
–0.03
–0.22
+0.30
+0.25
+0.15
+0.35
–0.52
–0.52
–2.47
–0.80
+0.21
+0.20
–0.80
–0.03
–0.12
–1.09
+0.05
–0.19
–0.42
5.07
.64
.36
–.52
–1.88
–8.29
–.70
–.70
2.17
.62
.35
–.13
3.81
.29
.50
–.30
.09
–.29
–.42
–.27
–1.23
–3.02
1.44
.68
...
–.59
–.90
–8.68
.32
.32
2.71
1.12
1.24
5.52
4.16
.67
.90
.27
.39
–.17
.53
.22
–.99
–2.01
1.83
.99
...
...
–.90
–4.80
.49
.49
3.11
1.36
1.39
6.56
3.59
.75
1.03
.74
.21
–.09
1.82
.25
–.86
–1.48
...
.14
.03
...
...
...
.072
.06
.05
.21
...
...
.57
...
...
...
.0099
...
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...
...
...
14
41
25
97
dd
dd
33
...
34
dd
dd
dd
dd
56
dd
...
cc
33
dd
dd
40
dd
dd
cc
dd
cc
49
...
43
dd
cc
19
dd
dd
74
17
71
32
...
57
dd
dd
...
dd
dd
dd
24
dd
39
19
dd
...
21
13
56
31
29
20
16
23.35
126.73
28.09
5.84
32.75
2.65
28.61
16.61
13.43
4.65
15.24
1.31
35.64
11.15
17.19
6.31
13.70
97.58
14.80
17.82
33.60
1.70
4.86
42.20
32.80
66.50
23.74
25.25
432.98
1.21
18.30
42.64
12.05
10.43
37.92
41.48
9.25
15.25
6.96
18.76
24.31
25.50
23.08
6.67
3.89
17.50
8.81
7.09
14.35
11.42
1.53
21.87
64.23
4.58
86.74
48.61
45.57
20.70
106.86
+0.13
+0.23
+0.45
+0.04
–0.20
+0.25
–1.23
...
–0.05
–0.05
–0.58
–0.06
–1.86
–0.10
+0.03
+0.10
+0.03
–2.86
–0.25
–0.20
+0.15
–0.05
–0.04
–0.75
–0.39
+2.45
–0.14
–0.78
–9.98
–0.04
–1.30
–0.04
+0.55
–0.14
–0.58
+0.42
+0.10
+0.40
–2.64
–0.64
+0.47
–1.25
–1.34
–0.03
+0.12
–0.65
...
+0.02
–0.10
–0.17
–0.39
–1.15
+1.11
+0.05
–1.48
+2.95
+1.91
–0.25
–0.80
1.17
2.97
1.10
.14
–2.38
–.47
.81
...
.36
–.31
–6.98
–.27
–4.24
.15
–.20
–.19
.06
2.62
.08
–1.19
.56
–3.68
–.99
.21
–.31
.87
1.03
–.96
7.70
–1.55
.24
2.17
1.06
–1.98
.34
2.22
.12
.56
...
.31
–1.29
–3.18
–1.13
–.55
–.73
–.65
.33
–.39
–.29
.58
–17.42
–.08
2.83
.31
1.55
1.00
1.00
.95
5.77
1.75
3.72
1.50
.28
–2.93
...
...
...
.72
.06
–2.27
–.36
–5.55
.31
.14
.12
.65
3.34
–.13
–.62
.97
–1.15
...
.92
–1.76
2.80
.36
–.18
14.90
–.93
.16
2.20
–1.56
.12
.59
2.34
.16
.67
...
.33
–1.14
–3.57
...
–.15
–.60
–.49
.52
–.38
.90
...
...
...
3.23
...
1.74
1.81
1.81
1.07
7.17
1.60
4.20
1.91
.38
–3.01
...
...
...
.78
.13
–2.78
–.11
–4.38
.38
.31
1.12
.74
3.93
–.04
–.47
1.19
–.74
...
1.18
–2.20
3.38
1.05
–.04
16.42
–.40
.51
2.72
1.73
.84
.74
2.70
.25
.83
...
.37
–1.48
–3.41
...
...
–.52
...
.62
–.28
.97
...
...
...
3.53
...
2.14
2.18
2.18
1.12
8.05
.08
...
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...
...
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.145
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
1.00
...
...
.13
...
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...
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...
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...
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.18
...
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...
.22
...
.12
...
.1875
...
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...
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41.05
147.89
1.88
63.70
15.25
110.48
10.95
31.04
1.44
5.19
.13
39.75
60.85
41.98
9.81
189.47
21.32
18.22
80.70
63.50
62.50
6.35
147.77
41.99
67.11
13.45
38.50
.38
51.94
8.49
+0.04
–3.05
–0.32
+0.29
...
–6.11
–0.04
–2.66
+0.01
+0.41
...
–0.75
+1.81
+1.01
–0.56
+5.31
+0.22
+0.11
–2.20
+2.15
+5.10
–0.05
+1.17
–0.60
+0.08
–1.50
...
+0.01
+1.37
–0.89
2.05
.61
–1.58
2.03
.95
3.20
.53
–.49
–.01
1.00
–.30
1.03
.33
.64
.63
7.31
.92
.86
4.27
–4.75
1.87
.34
8.37
2.00
3.17
–1.02
2.38
...
–5.49
–11.90
2.38
.97
–1.13
2.29
...
2.74
.72
3.21
...
1.26
...
1.69
.88
1.93
.40
8.86
1.59
1.35
4.05
–7.38
2.17
.28
12.62
2.49
3.33
–.85
3.01
...
–1.15
–2.89
2.44
1.62
–1.30
2.70
...
3.74
.89
3.36
...
1.36
...
1.87
1.05
2.20
.24
10.92
1.62
1.45
4.15
–7.61
2.76
.42
11.52
2.76
3.47
–.80
3.17
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–2.27
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.14
.80
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1.00
.26
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3.0
2.0
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1.5
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1.7
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3.7
1.7
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3.1
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2.1
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3.1
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3.6
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4.2
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1.3
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6.8
3.1
4.0
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2.5
.7
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52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
45.35
30.60
49.38
39.85
48.05
88.45
2.99
25.88
50.96
14.32
5.20
13.46
75.36
12.70
12.99
7.62
12.75
36.74
26.79
28.00
56.75
41.15
42.65
44.70
22.52
2.92
17.42
6.25
42.66
41.80
16.69
192.64
31.79
17.92
53.99
29.25
16.68
29.50
1.94
31.95
8.35
164.23
143.83
32.50
71.50
89.30
55.68
8.39
16.25
67.00
43.05
7.16
5.89
47.60
112.11
21.99
40.85
67.75
70.86
22.94
18.46
31.00
30.05
8.64
7.66
93.40
38.55
37.43
18.48
38.04
23.65
91.75
16.73
40.38
21.95
60.40
69.61
22.60
10.33
25.98
13.95
226.00
1.74
13.40
64.87
20.70
27.97
21.51
9.70
4.78
40.17
6.93
88.00
16.05
43.80
48.05
30.88
44.90
36.06
95.74
8.85
6.21
17.55
15.28
16.86
26.80
57.73
17.99
10.20
11.70
7.78
31.75
23.97
50.05
24.05
32.80
28.55
34.49
SCSC
SCHN
SCHL
SHLM
SGMS
SNI
SEAC
SBCF
STX
SHLD
SHLDW
SPNE
SGEN
SECO
SCWX
SNFCA
SLCT
SCSS
SIR
SELB
SIGI
SMTC
SENEA
SENEB
SNH
SNMX
MCRB
SREV
SFBS
SHEN
SHLO
SHPG
SCVL
SHBI
SFLY
SNNA
SIEN
BSRR
SRRA
SWIR
SIGM
SBNY
SBNYW
SLGN
SILC
SLAB
SIMO
SPIL
SAMG
SFNC
SBGI
SVA
SIRI
SKYW
SWKS
SND
LNCE
SODA
SOHU
SLRC
SUNS
SEDG
SONC
SONS
SOHO
SSB
SFST
SMBC
SONA
SBSI
SPKE
ONCE
SPAR
SPTN
SPPI
SAVE
SPLK
SPOK
SPWH
SFM
STAA
STMP
STLY
SBLK
SBUX
TSG
STFC
SNC
STDY
GASS
STLD
SMRT
SRCL
STRL
SHOO
SYBT
SSYS
STRT
STRS
STRA
SBBP
STB
SCMP
SSBI
SMMT
SNBC
SNHY
SNDE
STKL
SPWR
RUN
SMCI
SGC
SUPN
SGRY
SRDX
SBBX
SYKE
29.05
17.50
33.51
25.00
10.90
62.03
2.05
16.82
30.60
5.48
1.03
6.31
45.31
6.61
8.25
5.10
7.89
18.44
22.51
10.27
34.95
22.81
27.75
29.30
17.14
0.56
8.85
2.82
25.59
22.05
6.50
139.36
15.08
11.49
41.91
18.50
6.92
17.25
1.10
12.30
5.20
114.29
84.92
24.36
34.46
57.50
37.37
7.05
11.07
47.00
24.15
4.60
4.07
28.80
71.65
4.81
31.03
23.77
32.60
19.26
15.06
11.35
21.12
5.51
4.65
70.75
25.85
24.00
12.74
30.44
11.53
35.07
6.30
22.90
3.21
30.32
50.64
14.45
3.40
17.38
7.46
89.49
0.76
4.04
50.84
12.85
19.54
10.09
2.25
2.65
25.96
1.00
68.62
6.13
32.30
31.90
16.37
23.00
23.50
45.49
2.00
5.39
9.30
10.48
7.95
22.10
28.88
3.61
6.00
5.84
4.15
20.42
15.79
17.25
8.53
21.90
16.55
25.77
ScanSource
SchnitzerSteel
Scholastic
SchulmanA
ScientificGames
ScrippsNetworks
SeaChange
SeacoastBkgFL
Seagate
SearsHoldings
SearsHoldingsWt
SeaSpine
SeattleGenetics
SecooHolding
SecureWorks
SecurityNatFin
SelectBancorp
SelectComfort
SelectIncomeREIT
SelectaBiosci
SelectiveIns
Semtech
SenecaFoods A
SenecaFoods B
SeniorHousing
Senomyx
SeresTherap
ServiceSource
ServisFirstBcshs
ShenandoahTel
ShilohIndustries
Shire
ShoeCarnival
ShoreBancshares
Shutterfly
SiennaBiopharm
Sientra
SierraBancorp
SierraOncology
SierraWireless
SigmaDesigns
SignatureBank
SignatureBankWt
SilganHoldings
Silicom
SiliconLab
SiliconMotion
Siliconware
SilvercrestAsset
SimmonsFirstNat
SinclairBroadcast
SinovacBiotech
SiriusXM
SkyWest
Skyworks
SmartSand
Snyders-Lance
SodaStream
Sohu.com
SolarCapital
SolarSeniorCap
SolarEdgeTech
Sonic
SonusNetworks
SotherlyHotels
SouthState
SouthernFirstBcsh
SoMO Bancorp
SoNtlBcpVA
SouthsideBcshs
SparkEnergy
SparkTherap
SpartanMotors
SpartanNash
SpectrumPharm
SpiritAirlines
Splunk
SpokHoldings
SportsmansWrhs
SproutsFarmersMkt
StaarSurgical
Stamps.com
StanleyFurniture
StarBulkCarriers
Starbucks
StarsGroup
StateAutoFin
StateNational
SteadyMed
StealthGas
SteelDynamics
SteinMart
Stericycle
SterlingCnstr
StevenMadden
StockYardsBncp
Stratasys
Strattec
StratusProp
StrayerEd
StrongbridgeBio
StudentTransprt
SucampoPharm
SummitStateBk
SummitTherap
SunBancorpNJ
SunHydraulics
SundanceEnergy
SunOpta
SunPower
SunRun
SuperMicroComp
SuperiorUniform
SupernusPharms
SurgeryPartners
Surmodics
SussexBancorp
SykesEnterprises
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2.5
1.6
2.3
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1.4
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7.2
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8.6
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1.1
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1.4
1.2
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2.0
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...
1.3
1.4
...
1.5
3.7
3.3
1.7
2.3
...
.8
.7
1.2
...
1.7
...
...
7.5
8.0
...
2.2
...
7.4
1.4
...
1.2
1.9
3.0
5.2
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2.6
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2.9
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...
...
...
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...
1.8
...
1.5
1.1
...
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1.6
25.0
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...
2.1
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1.3
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1.1
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7.4
...
3.8
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1.6
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1.0
...
16
20
48
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dd
17
dd
28
14
dd
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dd
dd
dd
dd
6
20
24
24
dd
19
40
30
30
37
dd
dd
dd
24
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32
69
18
22
cc
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dd
20
dd
35
dd
19
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23
37
53
17
23
18
20
11
dd
36
dd
20
14
54
23
dd
11
12
22
17
dd
dd
24
19
18
48
19
19
dd
cc
15
dd
10
dd
37
8
21
dd
36
dd
dd
28
21
23
16
dd
dd
18
dd
dd
dd
20
21
dd
22
dd
28
dd
99
dd
18
dd
8
58
dd
dd
dd
7
17
20
21
65
67
20
19
43.80
30.05
37.39
36.25
43.50
84.50
2.73
24.92
34.94
6.55
1.32
10.12
63.86
7.90
10.78
5.45
11.55
34.01
23.65
21.31
55.80
38.35
35.25
35.95
18.88
.92
9.98
3.59
41.50
39.30
10.16
145.25
21.29
17.18
48.70
20.33
15.16
27.65
1.64
21.95
6.23
134.13
96.07
28.61
71.08
88.25
51.78
7.85
14.50
60.45
30.75
7.03
5.76
46.15
105.15
6.61
37.95
62.23
67.62
21.47
17.61
30.40
25.12
7.58
5.93
92.15
37.50
36.46
16.84
36.87
14.05
81.87
16.10
25.33
19.37
33.81
64.09
17.05
4.26
19.00
12.95
221.85
1.12
10.47
54.57
20.00
26.19
21.05
3.10
3.65
38.90
1.20
72.69
14.72
41.95
38.85
23.21
43.85
30.05
89.24
6.15
5.94
10.30
12.50
11.64
25.60
55.61
4.20
9.40
6.68
5.57
22.40
23.70
41.85
9.80
30.95
25.15
29.77
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2.71
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1.47
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–4.05
5.18
–2.04
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2.58
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–1.00
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–.49
.77
.58
1.10
1.30
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2.70
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1.27
1.27
.60
–.24
–2.30
–.37
1.52
–.02
.21
1.28
1.28
.76
.45
–1.89
–2.20
1.29
–1.58
.48
–.49
7.37
...
1.27
1.79
1.45
3.16
.50
.62
3.13
2.60
–.02
.15
–3.14
5.18
.42
.16
2.10
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2.53
1.88
.58
1.45
–.28
–.01
4.18
1.94
2.07
.83
1.81
1.12
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.25
1.51
–.94
3.76
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.68
.70
.83
–.30
22.66
–.37
–3.24
1.90
.96
.50
1.16
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–.20
1.56
.01
2.08
–.40
2.03
1.80
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1.96
–.74
3.21
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.07
.42
.66
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3.24
.87
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–.62
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1.34
.98
1.76
.20
.76
1.19
1.48
3.01
1.48
1.16
1.67
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5.49
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1.23
3.68
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1.37
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2.98
1.89
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1.78
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14.85
1.45
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1.44
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1.00
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1.65
2.74
3.05
2.69
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1.62
1.36
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1.35
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2.06
2.18
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2.25
1.90
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1.17
1.05
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1.80
3.33
1.62
1.40
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1.63
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1.29
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2.59
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2.34
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2.49
2.03
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52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
34.20
4.25
14.85
69.45
49.94
15.70
7.15
23.00
85.00
25.80
1.84
24.38
22.76
2.30
8.95
36.36
8.71
6.31
2.56
7.84
56.03
15.82
0.83
10.22
Symantec
Synacor
Synalloy
Synaptics
Synchronoss
SyndaxPharm
SynergyPharm
Synlogic
Synopsys
Syntel
SyprisSolutions
SyrosPharm
SYMC
SYNC
SYNL
SYNA
SNCR
SNDX
SGYP
SYBX
SNPS
SYNT
SYPR
SYRS
17.47
50.72
192.94
19.89
10.60
8.19
68.88
23.80
7.30
97.35
19.54
7.19
28.53
37.88
107.53
41.95
70.00
9.05
21.70
12.50
111.10
12.23
10.15
43.75
9.54
5.10
14.50
34.00
9.65
389.61
16.25
49.10
9.93
93.35
95.40
52.02
8.59
1.79
43.44
25.72
22.40
32.10
7.75
19.22
43.00
22.05
17.95
9.40
32.33
7.15
35.30
78.25
67.30
4.00
10.60
15.15
2.08
7.75
12.25
17.94
8.00
42.78
28.50
41.31
7.40
65.56
26.30
32.60
24.27
17.09
21.75
28.96
9.30
36.79
6.05
9.91
2.00
32.60
31.94
8.52
23.78
20.23
61.88
15.33
33.26
106.64
14.68
8.75
5.51
46.58
13.27
2.00
62.97
11.30
2.50
10.39
14.37
43.33
21.02
2.27
6.85
12.52
6.60
74.07
7.85
4.80
24.45
5.75
3.40
10.99
27.73
3.70
178.19
9.75
36.96
3.11
56.25
66.80
38.54
4.41
0.88
23.15
10.77
8.20
15.94
2.78
8.68
19.25
15.15
9.65
2.85
15.22
2.10
24.25
49.87
22.00
1.50
5.90
10.15
1.07
2.95
7.55
15.70
1.57
25.43
17.26
25.30
5.09
35.34
16.75
18.36
10.43
8.76
9.16
13.71
6.60
26.81
1.60
6.73
0.56
25.01
24.78
4.17
10.01
11.13
29.23
TCP Capital
TD Ameritrade
TESARO
TFS Fin
THL Credit
TICC Capital
T-MobileUS
TPIComposites
TraconPharm
TRowePrice
TTM Tech
T2Biosystems
TabulaRasaHlth
TactileSystems
TakeTwoSoftware
Talend
TandemDiabetes
TandyLeather
TarenaIntl
TatTechnologies
TechData
TechTarget
TeleNav
Teletech
Teligent
TerraFormGlobal
TerraFormPower
TerritBanc
Tesco
Tesla
TesscoTech
TetraTech
TetraphasePharm
TexasCapBcshs
TexasInstruments
TexasRoadhouse
TheBancorp
The9
TheravanceBio
TiGenix
TileShop
TimberlandBncp
Tintri
TitanMachinery
TivityHealth
TiVo
Tocagen
TonixPharm
TowerSemi
TownSports
TowneBank
TractorSupply
TradeDesk
TransWorldEnt
TransActTechs
Transcat
TransGlobeEner
TravelCenters
Travelzoo
TremontMortgage
Trevena
TriCoBancshares
TriMas
Trimble
TrinityBiotech
TripAdvisor
TriStateCapital
TriumphBancorp
trivago
tronc
TrueCar
Trupanion
TrustcoBank
Trustmark
TuesdayMorning
Tuniu
TurtleBeach
21stCenturyFoxA
21stCenturyFoxB
21 Vianet
TwinDisc
TwoRiverBancorp
2U
TCPC
AMTD
TSRO
TFSL
TCRD
TICC
TMUS
TPIC
TCON
TROW
TTMI
TTOO
TRHC
TCMD
TTWO
TLND
TNDM
TLF
TEDU
TATT
TECD
TTGT
TNAV
TTEC
TLGT
GLBL
TERP
TBNK
TESO
TSLA
TESS
TTEK
TTPH
TCBI
TXN
TXRH
TBBK
NCTY
TBPH
TIG
TTS
TSBK
TNTR
TITN
TVTY
TIVO
TOCA
TNXP
TSEM
CLUB
TOWN
TSCO
TTD
TWMC
TACT
TRNS
TGA
TA
TZOO
TRMT
TRVN
TCBK
TRS
TRMB
TRIB
TRIP
TSC
TBK
TRVG
TRNC
TRUE
TRUP
TRST
TRMK
TUES
TOUR
HEAR
FOXA
FOX
VNET
TWIN
TRCB
TWOU
81.55
6.60
14.89
4.13
55.75
101.40
67.80
314.86
233.42
34.59
13.60
91.35
7.90
20.97
11.50
39.37
59.81
3.55
5.73
2.40
38.00
63.60
45.71
187.96
180.29
7.52
3.64
49.57
3.76
14.78
8.90
27.23
UMB Fin
USA Tech
USA Truck
USAutoPartsNtwk
US Ecology
US Lime&Min
UbiquitiNetworks
UltaBeauty
UltimateSoftware
UltraClean
UltraPetroleum
UltragenyxPharm
Ultralife
Umpqua
UnicoAmerican
UnionBankshares
UMBF
USAT
USAK
PRTS
ECOL
USLM
UBNT
ULTA
ULTI
UCTT
UPL
RARE
ULBI
UMPQ
UNAM
UBSH
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2.40
14.35
36.72
11.39
11.90
2.81
15.01
84.32
24.25
1.40
16.51
+0.30
–0.30
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–.36
–.82
1.37
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1.73
–.68
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1.80
–.32
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16.38
48.27
116.40
15.87
9.19
6.67
60.46
23.44
3.05
96.86
15.45
4.05
26.49
31.99
104.93
41.01
2.53
7.85
14.45
10.90
91.93
12.14
6.30
42.80
6.46
4.90
13.55
32.83
4.50
345.10
13.15
48.50
6.47
88.00
95.18
50.36
8.47
.96
32.30
23.70
8.75
31.84
2.92
14.54
41.20
18.60
9.99
4.08
31.50
6.80
34.70
58.89
63.62
1.70
9.05
13.43
1.58
4.80
7.80
16.64
1.76
42.50
28.10
41.12
5.11
40.30
22.95
32.10
10.89
15.30
16.00
28.50
9.20
33.77
2.80
7.66
.72
27.50
26.84
7.69
23.14
20.16
61.85
+0.04
+0.96
–6.60
–0.04
+0.01
–0.05
–0.93
+0.65
–0.25
+1.92
–0.12
–0.16
–0.60
+0.07
+0.35
+0.26
–0.46
–0.15
–0.14
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–1.45
+0.02
–0.30
–0.10
–0.32
+0.03
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+0.23
–0.45
–10.47
–0.35
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–0.40
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+1.59
+0.41
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–0.03
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+0.79
+0.15
+0.49
–0.15
+0.90
–0.10
+0.80
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+0.19
+0.65
+0.61
+0.10
+0.48
+0.15
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–0.09
+0.98
+1.01
–0.01
+2.64
+0.82
+2.03
1.50
1.58
–8.13
.28
.51
1.92
1.69
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4.75
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–2.11
–.59
.15
.72
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5.51
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–.23
–.47
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1.76
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1.42
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3.11
3.48
1.63
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–4.26
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.36
1.43
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–.65
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2.33
.31
1.18
3.27
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1.94
–.88
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1.01
1.10
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1.60
–.74
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1.59
1.59
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–.44
1.58
1.70
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1.15
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2.27
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5.81
1.52
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2.27
–.79
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8.93
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1.77
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1.80
–.94
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2.04
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4.03
4.13
1.93
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1.53
1.67
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1.56
3.25
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1.42
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1.66
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–.06
1.92
3.62
1.70
...
.62
.72
–.04
...
.30
1.91
–.92
2.28
1.55
1.66
.27
1.18
1.56
2.18
.08
–.45
.16
.03
.59
1.99
–.07
–.19
–.04
2.28
2.26
–.31
.10
...
–.10
.36
.18
...
.17
.27
.20
...
...
...
.57
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
.16
.3398
...
...
...
.25
...
...
...
.20
...
...
.20
.10
...
...
.62
.21
...
...
...
...
.05
.08
...
...
...
.18
...
...
...
...
.14
.27
...
...
.09
...
...
...
...
...
...
.17
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
.0656
.23
...
...
...
.18
.18
...
...
.045
...
22
dd
dd
4
42
26
20
27
cc
24
4
dd
20
19
dd
20
75.54
6.25
13.52
2.59
53.70
93.40
62.76
204.84
193.42
32.98
8.04
51.51
7.10
20.57
9.67
35.31
+1.57
–0.15
–0.41
–0.24
+0.65
–1.06
+2.44
+6.26
–4.50
–0.62
–0.07
–2.44
–0.40
+0.84
–0.08
+0.20
3.22
–.06
–.90
.01
1.57
3.19
3.09
6.52
.99
.30
.36
–6.21
.23
1.05
–.26
1.77
3.61
.04
–.52
.70
1.78
...
3.85
8.37
3.53
2.27
2.45
–7.22
...
1.05
...
1.89
4.00
.10
.60
.10
2.05
...
4.46
9.86
4.37
2.46
1.78
–6.84
...
1.24
...
2.30
.255
...
...
...
.18
.135
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
.18
...
.20
T
8.8
1.5
...
4.3
11.8
12.0
...
...
...
2.4
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
3.1
...
...
...
1.2
...
...
...
2.4
...
...
6.1
.8
...
...
2.6
1.7
...
...
...
...
2.3
1.4
...
...
...
3.9
...
...
...
...
1.6
1.8
...
...
4.0
...
...
...
...
...
...
1.6
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
2.9
2.7
...
...
...
1.3
1.3
...
...
.9
...
U
1.4
...
...
...
1.3
.6
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
3.5
...
2.3
M24
BARRON’S
October 23, 2017
Exchange-Traded Portfolios
Tick
Sym Yld
Name
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
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Bats
AlphaArchValMom VMOT
AmCustSatisfCore ACSI
AmplifyCWP Div DIVO
AmplifyOilHdgMLP AMLX
AmplifyYldShSrLoan YESR
AnfieldCapDiv
DALT
AptusBehavioralMom BEMO
ArrowResCapMgmt ARCM
BernsteinGlbRes BRGL
BernsteinUSRes BERN
CWAIncomeETF CWAI
CambriaEmSharehldr EYLD
CambriaFgnShare FYLD
CambriaGlbAssetAll GAA
CambriaSovHiYdBd SOVB
CambriaTailRiskETF TAIL
CambriaValue
VAMO
DemocraticPolicies DEMS
DeutXIntlCorpBdHdg IFIX
DeutXIntlTreaBd IGVT
DeutX EM Bd
EMIH
DeutXHYCorpBdInt HYIH
DeutXInvGradeBdInt IGIH
DeutscheXEAFESC DBES
DeutscheXEMHighDiv HDEE
DeutscheXEuroHiDiv HDEZ
DeutscheXSEurope DBSE
ElkhornFundComm RCOM
ElkhornLuntLowVol LVHB
ElkhornS&PHiQualPf EPRF
FormulaHdgGrwth FFHG
FormulaFolIncm
FFTI
FranklinLib US
FLQL
FranklinLibUS MC FLQM
FranklinLibUS SC FLQS
GlbX FdrRunCos BOSS
GlbXIconUSBrands LOGO
GlbXUSInfrDevt PAVE
GlbX US Pfd
PFFD
GS EW US LC Equity GSEW
HartfordLowVolIntl LVIN
HartfordLowVolUS LVUS
iShAdCurrHdgMSCI DEFA
iShAdCurrMSCIEuroz DEZU
iShAdCurrHdgJapan DEWJ
iShIntmGovt/CredBd GVI
iShConvBond
ICVT
iShCoreMSCIEAFEETF IEFA
iShCurrHdgMSCIMV HACV
iShCurrHdgMSCIEAFE HEFA
iShCurrHdgMSCIEAFE HEFV
iShCurrHdgMSCIEM HEMV
iShCurrHdgMSCIEM HEEM
iShCurrHdgMSCIEur HEUV
iShCurrHdgMSCIEuSC HEUS
iShIntlSelDividend IDV
iShTransportAvg
IYT
iShU.S.Industrials
IYJ
iShUSAerospace&Def ITA
iShUSHomeConstrn ITB
iShUSOil&GasExpln IEO
iShUSTelecomm
IYZ
iShEdgeHYDefBd HYDB
iShEdgeInvGrEnhBd IGEB
iShEdgeMSCIMinEAFE EFAV
iShEdgeMSCIMinVlEM EEMV
iShEdgeMSCIMinVol ACWV
iShEdgeMSCIMinUSA USMV
iShMSCIMinVolUSASC SMMV
iShEdgeMultConStp CNSF
iShEdgeMSCIMltFinl FNCF
...
...
4.6
...
2.1
...
...
1.3
...
...
1.9
4.0
2.0
2.4
6.3
1.1
.4
...
.9
.1
4.1
5.1
2.2
2.1
9.0
1.5
3.0
...
1.7
5.6
...
2.9
2.3
1.7
1.5
...
...
...
...
...
...
1.6
3.0
2.9
1.1
1.9
2.4
3.0
2.1
3.0
3.9
1.4
1.0
4.1
1.9
3.1
.9
1.4
1.5
.3
1.1
4.0
5.4
3.3
3.9
1.4
2.1
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.2
27.66
29.65
27.39
12.45
27.75
10.26
29.68
20.04
25.09
25.25
25.50
33.67
25.66
27.05
28.11
23.16
25.09
20.35
50.48
48.88
25.14
23.35
24.31
29.48
24.48
26.73
23.96
26.76
31.96
24.07
26.57
25.09
27.40
25.86
25.83
16.56
15.11
15.71
25.07
42.03
26.95
25.21
28.86
29.07
28.38
110.52
55.15
64.92
28.96
29.55
27.10
27.23
26.51
24.99
29.34
33.84
179.47
142.85
184.00
38.53
58.14
30.56
51.34
50.70
71.78
59.27
82.88
51.54
28.83
24.98
34.41
+0.07
+0.20
+0.12
–0.55
+0.07
+0.02
+0.13
+0.05
+0.09
+0.21
–0.09
–0.60
–0.27
–0.10
–0.16
–0.27
+0.05
+0.27
+0.15
+0.08
–0.11
+0.09
–0.14
+0.52
–0.01
–0.09
+0.08
+0.24
+0.26
+0.19
+0.29
–0.07
+0.11
...
...
+0.03
+0.12
+0.19
+0.03
+0.28
...
...
+0.09
–0.05
+0.58
–0.43
...
–0.31
+0.01
+0.13
–0.20
+0.40
–0.20
+0.05
...
–0.14
+0.71
+2.09
+1.89
+1.11
–0.13
–0.32
+0.17
+0.04
–0.61
–0.49
+0.22
+0.51
+0.10
–0.26
+0.96
.0948
.0488
.3156
.2408
.1474
...
.1782
.0211
...
...
.0409
.3332
.1269
.1604
.4446
.0634
.0241
...
.0366
.0054
.085
.0993
.044
.307
.551
.0978
.3592
...
.136
.112
.055
.0603
.1579
.1073
.097
...
...
...
.1178
...
.1421
.10
.4326
.4244
.1619
.173
.109
.9647
.2997
.446
.5299
.1906
.1316
.5124
.2756
.2609
.4236
.5044
.708
.0324
.1536
.3054
.2329
.1374
1.397
.4275
.8503
.2191
.1286
.1215
.1074
Tick
Sym Yld
Name
iShEdgeMultHlthcr HCRF
iShEdgeMSCIMltIndl INDF
iShEdgeMSCIMltMatl MATF
iShEdgeMSCIMltTech TCHF
iShEdgeMSCIUSAMom MTUM
iShEdgeMSCIUSAQual QUAL
iShEdgeMSCIUSAVal VLUE
iShEmMkCorpBdFd CEMB
iShEM HY Bd
EMHY
iShMtgRealEstCap REM
iSh5-10YInvCpBd MLQD
iShFloatingRateBd FLOT
iShGlbxUSDHiYdCpBd HYXU
iShGlbHiCorpBdFd GHYG
iShiBondsDec23Muni IBML
iShIntlAggregateBd IAGG
iShIntlDivGrowth IGRO
iShLiquidityIncm ICSH
iShMSCIArgentina AGT
iShMSCIChileCapped ECH
iShMSCIChinaAETF CNYA
iShMSCIDenmarkCap EDEN
iShMSCIEmgMulti EMGF
iShMSCIEurozoneETF EZU
iShMSCIFinlandCap EFNL
iShMSCIGermanySC EWGS
iShMSCIGlbMet&MnPr PICK
iShMSCIGlSilverMin SLVP
iShMSCIEAFEGrowth EFG
iShMSCIIndiaETF INDA
iShMSCIIndiaSmCp SMIN
iShMSCINorwayCap ENOR
iShMSCI UK SC EWUS
iShMSCIEAFEValue EFV
iShMornMultiAsst IYLD
iShNorthAmNatRscs IGE
iShRussell2500 SMMD
iShIntlPfdStock
IPFF
iShNATech-Software IGV
iShShortMaturityBd NEAR
iShShrtMatMuniBd MEAR
iSh10+YInvCpBd LLQD
iShCohen&StrsREIT ICF
iShUSFixedIncmBal FIBR
iShUSTreasuryBdETF GOVT
JPMorganDisciplHY JPHY
JPMGlblBdOpps JPGB
JPM UltShtIncm JPST
KraneFTSE EM Plus KEMP
LeggMasonEMLowVol LVHE
LeggMasonIntLowVol LVHI
MainSectorRot
SECT
MomentumIntlQuant IMOM
MomentumUSQuant QMOM
NuShESGEMEquity NUEM
NuShESGIntlDev NUDM
NuShESG LCGrwth NULG
NuShESG LCValue NULV
NuShESG MCGrowth NUMG
NuShESGMCValue NUMV
NuShESG SC
NUSC
NuShShTermREIT NURE
OppEMRevenue REEM
OppGlblRev
RGLB
OppIntlRevenue REFA
PacerIntCashCow100 ICOW
PacerGlCashCows GCOW
PacerTrendEurIndex PTEU
PacerTrendpilot450 PTMC
PacerTrendpilot100 PTNQ
PacerTrendpilot750 PTLC
PacerUSCashCows100 COWZ
PacerUSSCCash100 CALF
PointBridgeGOP MAGA
.4
1.3
1.5
.7
1.1
1.7
2.4
4.0
5.7
8.9
...
1.6
...
3.9
1.4
.9
1.5
1.5
...
2.7
.7
2.3
1.1
2.9
5.6
2.0
2.4
1.2
2.3
.7
1.6
3.4
2.3
4.3
8.5
3.6
...
2.9
.1
1.6
1.0
...
2.9
2.7
1.6
4.4
.6
1.6
1.8
5.7
2.1
...
2.0
.4
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
3.6
...
...
...
...
3.4
...
...
...
...
4.2
...
...
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
31.25
31.51
32.97
39.04
99.35
79.58
79.41
51.58
50.82
47.47
49.96
50.92
53.50
51.22
25.51
51.76
57.52
50.10
27.02
51.07
31.20
68.33
48.22
43.39
41.06
60.70
32.25
10.86
78.57
34.30
47.77
26.27
41.70
55.01
25.77
33.17
42.21
18.77
153.24
50.26
50.08
50.67
101.39
100.69
25.15
51.93
51.72
50.15
26.72
27.10
28.11
26.44
29.07
27.95
28.07
26.42
30.29
27.91
28.40
27.32
27.92
26.51
27.49
26.77
26.86
27.95
30.60
30.69
30.16
28.87
27.73
27.47
25.19
26.50
+0.74
–0.10
–0.14
+0.38
+2.15
+0.67
+0.64
+0.07
–0.07
+0.21
+0.09
...
–0.10
+0.13
–0.05
–0.08
–0.48
+0.01
–0.43
–0.05
–0.32
+0.65
–0.45
–0.21
+0.28
–0.80
–0.08
–0.34
–0.57
–0.32
+0.25
–0.25
–0.78
–0.08
–0.02
–0.34
+0.30
–0.15
+3.12
...
–0.02
–0.02
–1.35
–0.25
–0.11
+0.03
–0.04
...
...
+0.02
+0.02
+0.28
–0.07
+0.27
–0.25
+0.01
+0.08
+0.17
+0.28
+0.23
+0.15
–0.18
–0.18
...
...
–0.27
–0.02
–0.11
+0.21
+0.04
+0.20
+0.61
–0.20
+0.14
.0282
.1003
.1275
.0716
.2658
.3402
.4793
.1732
.2419
1.058
...
.0673
.0544
.1659
.0302
.0372
.2202
.0631
.0136
.6939
.1125
.801
.2655
.638
1.1448
.5998
.3803
.0632
.8847
.1252
.3843
.4526
.4744
1.1823
.1832
.299
.1037
.045
.0218
.0682
.0433
...
.7439
.2293
.0343
.1919
.0248
.0656
.4926
.3833
.1505
.0493
.1445
.0263
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
.236
.088
.1512
.2024
.0961
.2632
...
.1761
.0688
.2582
.2912
.0638
...
Tick
Sym Yld
Name
PwrShBalMultAsset PSMB 2.4
PwrShConservMult PSMC 2.5
PwrShModConserv PSMM 2.5
PwrShFTSEDevXNA PBDM ...
PwrShFTSEEM PBEE ...
PwrShMSCIUSA PBUS ...
PwrShMSCIUSASC PBSM ...
PwrShUSAggBd PBND ...
PwrSh0-5YUSTIPS PBTP ...
PwrShRuss1000Enh USEQ ...
PwrShS&P500Min SPMV ...
PwrShS&P500ValMom SPVM 1.4
PwrShS&PIntlDevHi IDHD 3.9
PwrShS&PSCHiDivLow XSHD 4.4
PwrShS&PSCQual XSHQ .7
PremiseCapFrAdvDiv TCTL ...
PrincipalGlbDiv GDVD 2.0
PrincipalSpectPfd PREF 5.5
ProShCDSShNAHYCred WYDE ...
ProShGlbListedPrv PEX 11.1
ProShHY IntRt
HYHG 5.8
ProShInvGrdIntRt IGHG 3.4
ProShK1FreeCrude OILK ...
ProShLCCorePlus CSM 1.7
ProShDivGrowers EFAD 2.0
ProShMSCIEMDiv EMDV 2.9
ProShMSCIEurDiv EUDV 2.2
ProShMergerETF MRGR 1.1
ProShMornAltSoln ALTS 2.5
ProShRuss2000Div SMDV 1.9
ProShS&P500Arist NOBL 2.2
ProShS&PMC400 REGL 1.7
ProShShortUSDEmgBd EMSH 3.1
ProShTrMgdFut
FUT ...
ProSportsSponsors FANZ ...
QuantXDynBetaUS XUSA ...
QuantXRiskMgdGrw QXGG ...
QuantXRiskMgdMlt QXMI 3.4
QuantXRiskMultiTR QXTR ...
QuantXRiskMgd QXRR ...
REXVolMAXXInvVIXWk VMIN ...
REXVolMAXXLgVIXWk VMAX ...
RealityDIVDivDef DFND ...
RealityDIVCONDivGd GARD ...
RealityDIVCONLdrs LEAD .8
RepublicanPolicies GOP ...
SPDRDoubleEMFixed EMTL 3.0
SPDRDoubleShDurTR STOT 2.0
SabaClosedEndFds CEFS 7.8
3DPrintingETF
PRNT ...
TortoiseWaterFd TBLU .7
TrimTabsAllCapIntl TTAI ...
TrimTabsFloatShr TTAC ...
USTaxReformFd TAXR ...
ValueShIntlQuant IVAL .6
ValShUSQuantit QVAL 1.1
Velocity1xInvVS EXIV ...
Velocity1xLgVSTOXX EVIX ...
WearETF
WEAR ...
WisdTrYdEnhUSST SHAG 1.8
WisdTrDynBearUS DYB ...
WisdomDyCurrHdgEur DDEZ .2
WisdomDynCurrIntl DDWM 1.2
WisdTrDynCurr DHDG 1.0
WisdomDynCurrIntSC DDLS 1.5
WisdomDynCurrJapan DDJP 8.2
WisdTrDynLSUS DYLS 7.0
WisdTrEMDivFd DVEM 5.2
WisdTrEurDomEcon EDOM .1
WisdomTreeCpBdFd WFIG 3.4
WisdomTreeUSHYCpBd WFHY 5.9
WisdTrUSSTCpBd SFIG 2.1
WisdTrUSSTHY SFHY 4.8
WisdTrGlbxUS HDRW 3.7
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
13.41
12.90
13.05
25.42
25.29
25.71
25.94
25.01
24.98
26.51
25.92
26.82
28.72
25.38
26.28
29.38
27.22
101.11
32.50
42.40
68.42
77.26
19.90
63.75
37.94
55.23
41.63
35.74
38.63
57.05
61.21
53.50
77.89
40.04
21.36
26.98
27.15
26.10
25.49
25.13
38.80
15.21
26.14
23.39
30.03
20.07
51.29
49.45
21.51
25.92
28.88
26.31
32.07
20.20
32.74
27.35
43.31
14.01
17.85
50.12
25.51
31.77
30.15
24.77
32.55
28.72
31.29
32.30
30.69
50.07
51.28
49.60
50.31
28.88
+0.12
+0.02
+0.04
+0.16
+0.05
+0.17
...
–0.02
...
+0.27
...
–0.11
–0.08
+0.01
+0.11
–0.06
–0.07
+0.06
...
–0.41
+0.38
+0.32
+0.08
+0.69
–0.22
–0.58
–0.35
...
–0.10
...
+0.47
+0.70
+0.16
+0.06
+0.12
...
–0.08
–0.12
–0.07
–0.16
+1.66
–0.43
+0.28
+0.36
+0.33
+0.05
...
–0.11
–0.09
+0.16
+0.11
–0.43
+0.32
+0.14
–0.02
+0.45
+1.72
–1.06
–0.02
–0.08
+0.08
+0.02
+0.02
–0.09
–0.16
+0.37
+0.31
–0.34
–0.17
...
...
–0.28
+0.03
–0.22
.0788
.0802
.0819
...
...
...
...
...
...
.0469
.0777
.0959
.2808
.0923
.0476
.157
.1342
.4647
...
1.1743
.328
.2215
...
.2688
.1926
.403
.23
.1008
.2413
.2781
.3329
.2225
.1999
...
...
...
...
.2227
...
...
9.9202
...
...
...
.0579
...
.1268
.083
.14
.0014
.05
...
.052
...
.0482
.0721
...
...
.0085
.075
...
.015
.09
.065
.125
.5863
.5508
.42
.01
.14
.2525
.0875
.20
.265
Tick
Sym Yld
Name
WisdTrGlHdgSC HGSD
WisdomTreeGlbSC GSD
WisdTrIntlQualDiv IQDG
WisdTrStrongDollar EMSD
WisdTrUSMulti USMF
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
3.2
3.3
1.2
8.8
...
25.90
32.57
30.03
28.85
26.25
+0.08 .205
–0.18 .27
–0.30 .09
–0.22 .635
... .085
NASDAQ
ALPS/DorseyMom SWIN .7
ActiveAltsCont
SQZZ ...
AlphaMarkActiveMgd SMCP ...
AmplifyOnlineRet IBUY ...
ArrowInvDWATact DWAT .8
BldrsAsia50ADS ADRA 3.6
BMOElkhornDWAMLP BMLP 6.8
BldrsDev100
ADRD 2.4
BldrsEmg50
ADRE 3.8
BldrsEur100
ADRU 2.4
ClearBr AC Grw CACG ...
ClearBrLCGrw
LRGE ...
CSX-LinksCrudeOil USOI 17.7
CSX Gold
GLDI 12.1
CSX SilverETN
SLVO 11.1
DavisFinl
DFNL ...
DavisUSEquity
DUSA ...
DavisWorldwide DWLD ...
FidelityNasdComp ONEQ .8
FT AltAbsRet
FAAR ...
FT APxJapan
FPA 1.8
FT BICK
BICK 2.1
FTBrazilAlphaDEX FBZ 15.5
FT CEFIncmOpp FCEF 4.9
FT CA MuniHi
FCAL 2.4
FT CanadaAlpha FCAN .7
FT CapStrength FTCS .9
FT ChinaAlphaDEX FCA 1.8
FT CloudComp
SKYY .2
FT DevIntlEquity RNDM ...
FT DevMkts
FDT .6
FT DevMktsXUS FDTS 1.9
FT DorseyDyn5
FVC .7
FT DorseyFoc5
FV .8
FT DorseyIntl5
IFV 2.4
DorseyWrightPeople DWPP .5
FT MultAsstDiv
MDIV 4.0
FT NasdTechDiv TDIV 2.5
FT EM Alphadex
FEM 3.5
FT EM EquitySel RNEM ...
FT EM LocalCurr FEMB 5.9
FT EM SC Alpha FEMS 7.0
FT EnhShtMat
FTSM 1.5
FT EuropeAlpha
FEP .8
FTEurozoneAlpha FEUZ .6
FT GerAlpha
FGM 3.9
FT HighIncome
FTHI 4.1
FT HK AlphaDEX FHK 3.3
FT GlblAgri
FTAG 1.2
FT GlbNatRscs
FTRI 4.3
FT Intl IPO
FPXI .8
FT JapanAlpha
FJP 2.3
FT LC CoreAlpha FEX 1.0
FT LC GrwthAlpha FTC .5
FT LC US Equity RNLC ...
FT LC Value
FTA 1.5
FTLatAmAlphaDEX FLN 6.1
FT LowBetaIincm FTLB 2.8
FT LowDurOpp
LMBS 2.7
FT MgdMuni
FMB 2.5
FT MegaCap
FMK 1.0
FT MC CoreAlpha FNX .8
FT MC GrwthAlpha FNY .1
FT MC US Equity RNMC ...
FT MC ValAlpha
FNK 1.3
28.89
25.01
23.72
37.29
11.61
33.47
46.53
22.95
43.17
22.50
26.81
27.70
23.98
8.98
8.05
23.21
22.30
24.84
260.60
29.60
34.57
29.59
16.87
22.18
50.75
25.65
48.81
30.06
43.24
50.99
60.06
42.10
25.01
26.88
21.58
27.50
19.18
33.51
27.82
53.62
42.75
42.46
59.99
38.07
42.98
47.96
22.81
43.15
27.32
12.01
35.05
56.19
56.27
59.33
20.88
52.07
22.57
22.56
51.91
53.37
32.66
63.22
37.69
20.87
34.92
–0.03
–0.11
–0.14
+0.53
+0.03
–0.23
–0.91
–0.10
–0.28
–0.20
+0.24
+0.14
–0.45
–0.22
–0.20
+0.21
+0.09
+0.06
+0.95
–0.20
–0.14
–0.47
–0.30
–0.13
+0.15
–0.13
+0.38
–0.52
+0.37
–0.25
–0.45
–0.02
+0.19
+0.24
–0.28
+0.12
–0.08
+0.42
–0.40
–0.66
–0.74
–0.22
–0.05
–0.25
–0.11
–0.40
+0.18
–0.21
–0.08
–0.09
–0.44
–0.40
+0.57
+0.55
+0.16
+0.56
–0.26
+0.13
–0.10
–0.03
+0.23
+0.72
+0.32
+0.07
+0.41
.049
...
...
...
.0914
.3033
.7895
.1371
.405
.1375
...
...
.3531
.0904
.0742
...
...
...
.54
...
.1527
.1559
.6539
.09
.10
.043
.1066
.1345
.025
.2078
.0909
.1965
.0459
.0527
.1292
.0367
.0639
.2104
.2419
.566
.21
.7411
.075
.0718
.0625
.464
.0775
.3594
.0831
.1287
.0682
.3296
.1429
.0728
.0465
.1938
.3432
.0525
.1175
.1125
.0803
.1234
.0072
.0614
.117
Tick
Sym Yld
Name
FT MCGrAlpDX
FAD .2
FT MuCValAlpha
FAB 1.2
FTMuniCEFIncmOpp MCEF 3.6
FT NasdComBk QABA 1.4
FT NasdCleanEdge QCLN .3
FT NasdClEdSmGr GRID .5
FT NasdCybersec CIBR .1
FT NasdGlblAuto CARZ 1.6
FT Nasd100xTech QQXT .1
FT Nasd100Tech QTEC .9
FT NasdSmartphone FONE 1.2
FTNasdaqBk
FTXO 1.5
FT NasdFood&Bev FTXG 1.3
FT NasdOil&Gas FTXN 2.2
FT NasdPharm
FTXH .7
FT NasdRetail
FTXD 1.3
FT NasdSemicon FTXL .6
FT NasdaqTrans FTXR 1.1
FT Nasd100 EW QQEW .3
FT RBA AmerInd AIRR .4
FT RBAQualIncm QINC 1.9
FTRisingDivAch RDVY 1.2
FT RiverFrDynAP RFAP .9
FT RiverFrDynDev RFDI .7
FT RiverFrDynEM RFEM 2.3
FT RiverFrDynEur RFEU .5
FT SSI Strat
FCVT 1.7
FT SC CoreAlpha FYX .3
FT SC GrwthAlpha FYC ...
FT SC US Equity RNSC ...
FT SC Value
FYT .5
FT SKoreaAlpha
FKO ...
FT StratIncm
FDIV 3.6
FT SwitzAlpha
FSZ 6.1
FT TCW Opp
FIXD 2.7
FT TacticalHY
HYLS 5.5
FT TaiwanAlpha
FTW 10.1
FT TotalUSMkt
TUSA .6
FT USEquityDiv RNDV ...
FT UK Alpha
FKU 3.6
FlexShCredScoreUS SKOR 2.4
FlexShCredScUSLg LKOR 3.5
FlexShDiscDurMBS MBSD 3.2
FlexShRealAsset ASET 1.6
FlexSTOXXGlbESGImp ESGG 1.5
FlexSTOXXUSESGImp ESG 1.6
FlexShUSQualLC QLC 1.6
GlbXConsciousCos KRMA ...
GlbXFinTech
FINX ...
GlbX Health&Well BFIT ...
GlbXInternetThings SNSR ...
GlbXLongevityThem LNGR ...
GlbXMSCISuperDiv EFAS 4.7
GlbXMillThematic MILN ...
GlbX Robotics&AI BOTZ ...
GlbXS&P500Catholic CATH ...
GlbXSocialMedia SOCL .1
GlbXSuperDividAlt ALTY 7.0
GlbXSuperDivdREIT SRET 7.0
GlbX Yieldco
YLCO 4.0
HighlandSrLoan SNLN 4.5
HorizDAXGermany DAX 3.5
HorizNasd100
QYLD 7.6
IQ Chaikin US SC CSML .4
IntlMultiAssetDiv YDIV 4.5
iPathLgBdBear
DLBS ...
iPathSteepener STPP ...
iPath10-yearBear DTYS ...
iPath2yearBear DTUS ...
iSectorsPostMPT PMPT ...
iShAsia50ETF
AIA .6
iShIntermCredBd
CIU 2.6
iSh1-3YCreditBond CSJ 1.7
iSh3-7YTreasuryBd IEI 1.5
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
63.52
54.43
18.95
53.29
19.94
50.16
22.29
41.52
46.95
71.40
51.48
28.01
19.94
18.81
20.42
19.37
29.97
24.70
56.52
26.37
25.04
28.49
59.86
63.59
69.34
64.83
29.07
59.64
41.85
21.20
35.95
27.41
51.02
51.13
50.58
48.97
36.77
31.82
20.82
38.53
51.04
53.76
23.86
28.36
91.74
60.29
31.63
18.64
21.54
16.10
19.11
19.85
18.46
18.47
23.10
31.78
31.83
15.66
15.65
12.75
18.34
31.09
24.31
27.72
18.82
17.30
30.89
17.52
32.66
26.78
63.76
109.87
105.19
123.01
+0.54
+0.52
–0.22
+0.67
+0.23
–0.36
+0.22
–0.35
–0.04
+1.03
–0.62
+0.68
–0.11
–0.16
+0.08
–0.25
+0.56
–0.02
+0.29
+0.26
+0.20
+0.41
–0.08
–0.47
–0.38
–0.53
+0.06
+0.27
+0.21
+0.08
+0.28
–0.33
–0.39
–1.00
–0.28
+0.02
+0.70
+0.42
+0.14
–0.71
–0.25
–0.21
–0.06
–0.06
+0.57
+0.39
+0.21
+0.15
–0.02
–0.14
–0.14
+0.35
+0.04
+0.01
+0.31
+0.27
–0.71
–0.11
–0.03
+0.13
+0.02
–0.08
+0.11
+0.23
–0.18
+0.79
–2.22
+1.14
+0.52
+0.14
–0.26
–0.32
–0.09
–0.59
.0337
.1629
.0575
.1875
.0157
.0645
.0074
.1664
.0156
.1532
.1529
.1041
.0663
.1024
.0353
.0644
.0462
.065
.0376
.0276
.119
.0875
.1342
.1034
.4067
.0818
.04
.0436
.0662
.068
.0459
.1104
.155
.7839
.1152
.225
.9284
.0471
.0766
.3477
.1005
.1547
.0629
.117
.355
.2447
.1303
.1527
...
.0751
.0487
.0683
.0724
.0496
.0085
.0018
.0389
.091
.0915
.1275
.0688
.5466
.1537
.0291
.07
...
...
...
...
.1521
.1907
.2348
.1511
.1582
Tick
Sym Yld
Name
iShCommodSelStrat COMT
iShCoreMSCITotInt IXUS
iShCore1-5YUSDBd ISTB
iShCoreS&PUSGrowth IUSG
iShCoreS&PUSValue IUSV
iShCoreTotalUSDBd IUSB
iShCurrHdMSCIGrmny HEWG
iShSelectDividend DVY
iShESG1-5YCpBd SUSB
iShESGUSDCorpBd SUSC
iShEurDevRealEst IFEU
iShExponentialTech XT
iShFallAngelsUSDBd FALN
iShGNMABondETF GNMA
iShGlbCleanEnergy ICLN
iShGlbTimber
WOOD
iShIndia50ETF
INDY
iShIntlDevRealEst IFGL
iShIntlTreasuryBd IGOV
iShJPMUSDEmgBd EMB
iShMBSETF
MBB
iShMSCIACWIETF ACWI
iShMSCIACWIexUSETF ACWX
iShMSCIACxJpn AAXJ
iShMSCIBrazilSC EWZS
iShMSCIChinaETF MCHI
iShMSCIEAFEESGOpt ESGD
iShMSCIEAFESC SCZ
iShMSCIEMESGOpt ESGE
iShMSCIEmMkAsia EEMA
iShMSCIEMxChina EMXC
iShMSCIEuropeFinls EUFN
iShMSCIEuropeSmCp IEUS
iShMSCIGlblGoldMin RING
iShMSCIGlbImpact MPCT
iShMSCINZCapped ENZL
iShMSCIQatarCapped QAT
iShMSCITurkeyETF TUR
iShMSCIUAECapped UAE
iShMSCIUSAESGOpt ESGU
iShMornMCValue
JKI
iShNasdaqBiotech IBB
iSh13YearIntlTBd ISHG
iShPHLXSemicond SOXX
iShRuss1000PureUS AMCA
iShS&PSC600Growth IJT
iShUSPfdStk
PFF
iShS&P EM Infra EMIF
iShGlobalInfra
IGF
iShShortTreasuryBd SHV
iSh1-3YTreasuryBd SHY
iSh7-10YTreasuryBd IEF
iSh20+YTreasuryBd TLT
iShUSCreditBdETF CRED
iSh0-5YInvGrdCpBd SLQD
JanusSGGlbQualIncm SGQI
JanusSCGrwAlpha JSML
JanusS/MC GrwAlph JSMD
KraneCSIChInt KWEB
LeggMasonDev
DDBI
LeggMasonEMDivCore EDBI
LeggMasonGlbInfr INFR
LeggMasonLowVol LVHD
LeggMasonSCQualVal SQLV
LeggMasonUSDivCore UDBI
LoncarCancerETF CNCR
LongTermCareETF OLD
ObesityETF
SLIM
OrganicsETF
ORG
PwrShBuybackAch PKW
PwrShDBOptYdDiv PDBC
PwrShDWA DevMkt PIZ
PwrShDWA EM
PIE
PwrShDWAMom DWLV
1.3
2.4
2.2
1.5
2.4
2.8
3.9
3.0
2.1
2.9
1.7
2.7
5.9
2.4
3.1
2.0
.2
2.4
...
4.7
2.3
2.1
2.7
.8
1.9
.6
6.3
2.5
2.7
.7
...
4.7
2.3
.3
2.6
3.7
8.8
4.8
5.2
1.3
2.1
.1
...
1.2
...
.9
5.4
1.3
3.2
.9
1.0
1.8
2.4
3.1
2.1
4.6
.5
.3
...
...
...
2.0
3.3
...
...
...
2.6
.5
1.0
1.0
...
.6
3.4
1.0
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
35.29
61.93
50.11
51.77
53.37
50.96
28.81
95.57
25.12
25.42
38.60
34.93
27.83
49.67
9.14
69.01
35.31
29.48
48.96
116.04
106.77
70.32
49.13
74.87
17.38
65.52
67.10
62.33
71.51
72.28
52.62
23.37
56.16
18.75
58.92
46.27
15.00
42.63
17.88
56.07
153.10
331.80
83.61
166.63
25.45
166.36
38.59
34.18
45.78
110.36
84.29
106.04
123.98
112.00
50.53
28.30
35.89
36.45
58.52
29.41
32.84
29.50
30.99
26.42
30.92
26.16
24.86
29.13
30.94
57.01
17.05
27.08
19.64
30.51
–0.03
–0.38
–0.09
+0.32
+0.57
–0.18
–0.06
+0.55
–0.02
–0.06
–0.38
–0.07
+0.11
–0.22
–0.10
...
–0.30
–0.09
–0.46
–0.38
–0.48
+0.32
–0.22
–0.37
–0.31
–0.32
–0.24
–0.63
–0.72
–0.32
–0.53
+0.08
–0.71
–0.56
–0.39
–1.41
–0.59
+0.58
–0.06
+0.20
+0.78
–4.58
–0.55
+1.63
+0.09
+1.04
+0.04
–0.09
–0.02
+0.02
–0.10
–0.82
–1.87
–0.44
–0.07
+0.18
+0.11
+0.42
–0.75
+0.06
–0.15
–0.32
+0.22
+0.13
+0.75
–0.64
+0.02
+0.46
–0.57
+0.77
+0.03
–0.46
–0.27
+0.01
.1133
.7388
.0915
.1989
.3229
.1181
.5589
.7277
.0435
.0607
.1611
.2374
.136
.0985
.1428
.6902
.0398
.1793
.0095
.4522
.2053
.7321
.6707
.2866
.168
.1919
1.0603
.7813
.4769
.2593
...
.5535
.6484
.0313
.7651
.8511
.6629
1.028
.4682
.1848
.7913
.1187
...
.4985
.0704
.3611
.1751
.214
.7358
.0845
.0726
.1589
.2524
.2875
.0882
.3267
.0456
.029
.4136
.75
.0155
.1492
.2588
...
.5577
...
.1586
.0387
.0768
.148
1.1242
.041
.1649
.0765
Nasdaq Issues
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
50.30
19.34
23.78
49.35
20.43
30.47
10.00
18.99
50.75
21.25
49.74
9.95
169.89
30.66
20.40
145.30
74.85
110.49
22.44
23.04
32.35
25.56
40.80
33.77
77.95
3.18
32.55
4.72
18.75
31.70
15.00
20.26
7.11
14.23
37.54
13.75
29.53
5.98
110.90
13.81
11.85
49.20
52.90
77.80
11.65
9.13
22.76
7.48
16.19
13.01
56.30
1.60
UnionBankshares
uniQure
UnitedBancshares
UnitedBkshrsWV
UtdCmntyBcp
UtdCmtyBks
UtdCmtyFnl
UnitedFinBncp
UnitedFire
UnitedGuardian
UnitedNatFoods
UnitedSecBcshrs
UnitedTherap
Uniti
UnityBancorp
UniversalDisplay
UnivElectro
UniversalForest
UnivLogistics
UnivStainless
UnivestPA
UplandSoftware
UrbanOutfitters
UroGenPharma
UtahMedProducts
UTStarcom
UNB
QURE
UBOH
UBSI
UCBA
UCBI
UCFC
UBNK
UFCS
UG
UNFI
UBFO
UTHR
UNIT
UNTY
OLED
UEIC
UFPI
ULH
USAP
UVSP
UPLD
URBN
URGN
UTMD
UTSI
4.50
9.00
59.90
37.25
18.99
36.58
45.20
3.12
3.80
26.16
24.42
12.70
25.00
24.45
VEON
VOXX Intl
VSE
VWR
VandaPharm
VarexImaging
VaronisSystems
VEON
VOXX
VSEC
VWR
VNDA
VREX
VRNS
2.4
...
2.2
3.5
2.0
1.4
1.7
2.6
2.4
4.4
...
2.9
...
14.4
1.2
.1
...
.3
1.3
...
2.5
...
...
...
1.4
...
.29
...
.12
.33
.10
.10
.04
.12
.28
.42
...
.07
...
.60
.06
.03
...
.17
.07
...
.20
...
...
...
.265
...
26
dd
13
20
24
20
22
16
26
26
15
19
14
dd
15
78
58
20
41
dd
29
dd
17
...
22
...
49.20
19.27
22.00
37.45
19.90
28.54
9.68
18.44
46.76
19.00
39.47
9.60
121.01
16.66
19.95
134.30
63.05
108.86
21.75
21.79
31.85
22.38
24.63
27.28
77.25
3.11
+0.85
+8.56
–0.55
+0.50
...
+0.42
–0.25
–0.09
+0.33
–0.20
–1.01
+0.05
+0.50
+1.44
...
+0.10
–2.75
+8.90
+0.15
–0.46
+0.25
+1.13
+2.09
–1.72
+1.95
+0.23
...
–2.93
1.68
1.99
.84
1.40
.40
.99
1.93
.56
2.56
.44
15.25
–.04
1.38
1.02
1.38
4.96
.85
–.74
.84
–.82
1.86
...
3.22
.03
...
–3.03
...
1.94
...
1.62
.54
1.17
1.23
...
2.71
...
10.44
–.20
...
2.13
3.13
5.61
.73
.27
1.73
.94
1.45
–1.96
...
...
...
–2.68
...
2.25
...
1.84
.66
1.26
2.03
...
2.90
...
10.80
.07
...
2.86
4.02
6.35
1.12
.82
2.06
1.09
1.58
–2.89
...
...
4
dd
22
31
dd
22
dd
4.00
6.55
59.13
33.13
16.00
33.79
44.40
–0.01
–0.15
+0.63
+0.03
–0.25
+0.84
–0.40
1.34
.18
2.47
1.12
–.41
1.82
–.67
–.04
–.58
...
1.86
–.23
1.75
.08
.46 .11
.38 ...
... .07
1.95 ...
.15 ...
1.94 ...
.22 ...
V
2.8
...
.5
...
...
...
...
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
7.25
34.38
15.86
9.80
5.71
44.70
110.82
88.17
29.43
74.92
17.50
24.00
167.86
49.00
46.72
82.19
11.89
25.65
11.74
10.39
3.24
36.42
19.83
6.05
19.07
128.10
39.07
6.50
1.47
30.39
25.99
8.09
VBLT
VECO
VRA
VCYT
VSTM
VRNT
VRSN
VRSK
VBTX
VERI
VRNA
VSAR
VRTX
VIA
VIAB
VSAT
VIAV
VICR
VDTH
VRAY
VKTX
VLGEA
VNOM
VIRC
VIRT
VRTS
VRTU
VTL
VVUS
VOD
VYGR
VTVT
3.90
18.30
7.51
5.82
1.05
33.40
75.71
75.60
17.42
7.76
11.03
2.35
71.46
30.55
23.45
57.75
6.99
11.55
7.68
2.64
0.88
22.43
13.53
3.55
12.35
92.80
18.03
2.25
0.76
24.17
8.10
3.57
VascularBiogenics
VeecoInstr
VeraBradley
Veracyte
Verastem
VerintSystems
VeriSign
VeriskAnalytics
Veritex
Veritone
VeronaPharma
Versartis
VertxPharm
Viacom A
Viacom B
ViaSat
ViaviSolutions
Vicor
Videocon d2h
ViewRay
VikingTherap
VillageSuper A
ViperEnergyPtrs
VircoMfg
VirtuFinancial
VirtusInvtPtrs
Virtusa
VitalTherapies
Vivus
Vodafone
VoyagerTherap
vTvTherap
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
2.4
3.0
...
...
...
...
...
...
4.2
7.1
...
6.7
1.4
...
...
...
8.1
...
...
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dd
27
dd
dd
dd
30
31
27
dd
dd
dd
cc
9
7
cc
13
dd
cc
dd
dd
15
25
4
31
24
55
dd
3
dd
dd
dd
6.00
21.25
7.67
9.30
3.95
43.20
108.94
84.85
27.11
35.67
14.50
2.65
154.63
34.00
26.70
64.76
9.43
23.40
8.22
6.70
3.00
23.87
18.63
5.70
14.40
124.25
38.15
5.75
.80
28.98
23.10
7.41
–0.10
–0.30
–0.14
+0.50
–0.40
+0.35
+0.72
+0.85
+0.58
–0.57
–1.21
+0.05
+1.72
+0.15
+0.70
–0.21
–0.06
–0.48
–0.51
+0.79
+0.72
–1.04
–0.08
+0.30
–2.65
+2.25
–0.19
+0.10
–0.06
–0.14
+2.89
–0.36
–.64
–3.11
.53
–1.09
–.99
–.47
3.42
3.45
1.13
–3.98
–1.61
–3.11
–.46
3.61
3.61
.45
.71
–.16
.04
–1.26
–.90
1.60
–.13
1.49
.83
6.20
.39
–1.31
.22
–2.47
–1.59
–1.71
–.74
.41
.47
–.85
–1.38
2.76
3.97
3.13
1.07
–5.56
–2.18
–3.98
1.69
3.85
3.85
–.02
.41
...
...
–.82
–.83
...
.93
.43
.49
7.67
1.53
–1.31
–.39
.99
–2.87
–1.41
–.83
1.54
.52
–.58
–1.54
3.10
4.31
3.42
1.69
–1.99
–2.59
–2.52
3.14
3.98
3.98
.81
.49
...
...
–.29
–.80
...
1.21
.53
.91
10.33
1.98
–1.32
–.45
1.19
–2.70
–2.25
...
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.20
.20
...
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...
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.25
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.45
...
...
...
1.1705
...
...
WVE ... dd 22.85 –0.30 –2.43 –3.70 –3.65
...
W
40.15 15.15 WAVE LifeSci
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
119.90
119.12
52.15
16.85
88.00
35.95
19.80
59.10
20.40
18.75
21.75
25.95
108.30
16.66
37.20
44.19
25.05
65.34
95.77
11.10
19.92
4.09
32.30
36.87
28.06
163.06
8.55
35.91
139.05
81.46
13.32
86.15
81.58
111.45
88.26
31.53
WDFC
WPPGY
WSFS
WVFC
WBA
WAFD
WAFDW
WASH
WSBF
WAYN
WSTG
WEB
WB
WEN
WERN
WSBC
WTBA
WABC
WDC
WNEB
WLB
WPRT
WEYS
WLDN
WLFC
WLTW
WIN
WING
WINA
WTFC
WETF
WIX
WWD
WDAY
WRLD
WMGI
100.60
89.40
31.90
12.00
66.92
26.63
10.25
40.80
16.05
13.75
13.05
12.90
40.12
10.51
21.45
32.06
18.75
47.31
52.62
7.45
1.88
0.82
23.75
15.25
21.10
112.76
1.73
24.74
102.55
51.66
7.87
38.65
57.09
65.79
42.01
20.50
WD-40
WPP
WSFS Financial
WVS Financial
WalgreensBoots
WashingtonFederal
WashFed Wt
WashTrBcp
WaterstoneFinl
WayneSavings
WaysideTech
Web.com
Weibo
Wendy's
WernerEnterprises
WesBanco
WestBancorp
WestamericaBncp
WesternDigital
WestNewEngBncp
WestmorelandCoal
WestportFuelSys
WeycoGroup
Willdan
WillisLease
WillisTwrsWatson
Windstream
Wingstop
Winmark
WintrustFin
WisdomTreeInvs
Wix.com
Woodward
Workday
WorldAcceptance
WrightMedical
1.8
3.3
.6
1.5
2.4
1.7
...
2.7
2.4
2.0
4.9
...
...
1.8
.8
2.6
2.9
2.7
2.3
1.1
...
...
3.1
...
...
1.3
30.8
.9
.3
.7
2.8
...
.6
...
...
...
30
10
23
18
17
18
...
20
18
20
10
63
cc
41
32
17
17
26
68
27
dd
dd
18
26
8
46
dd
51
25
20
52
dd
26
...
10
dd
110.85
90.69
50.75
15.51
68.06
35.30
17.78
58.35
19.60
17.85
13.90
25.00
95.48
15.41
35.65
40.41
24.75
58.81
86.41
10.95
2.26
3.55
28.19
29.60
25.25
162.82
1.95
32.78
131.15
81.42
11.41
69.20
81.36
108.56
81.91
26.45
–2.70
–1.07
+0.55
+0.14
+0.50
+1.20
+1.03
+0.05
+0.30
+0.03
+0.10
+0.05
–4.26
+0.06
+1.10
–1.27
+0.05
+0.94
–1.39
–0.05
–0.02
+0.18
–0.31
–0.01
+0.45
+5.23
–0.11
+0.29
–4.40
+4.11
+0.42
+0.35
+0.88
–0.80
–0.97
+0.12
3.64
7.37
2.06
.87
3.82
1.94
...
2.70
.93
.82
1.31
.08
.50
.49
1.09
2.16
1.42
2.29
1.34
.24
–1.47
–1.07
1.56
.97
2.05
3.04
–4.11
.53
5.13
3.66
.19
–1.12
2.85
...
8.38
–4.20
3.68
7.96
2.56
...
5.00
2.05
...
2.90
1.03
...
...
2.89
1.59
.46
1.24
2.46
1.53
2.32
12.46
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–4.24
–.38
...
1.17
...
8.42
–1.38
.72
...
4.30
.27
.21
3.10
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7.54
–.29
3.93
8.35
2.97
...
5.46
2.24
...
3.43
1.21
...
...
3.06
2.57
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1.55
2.72
1.66
2.50
11.58
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–.23
...
1.42
...
9.81
–1.05
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...
4.78
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3.49
1.10
7.72
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1.5104
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...
...
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...
...
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...
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...
...
...
52-Week
High Low Name
- Earnings Tick
- Week’s - Last This Next Div
Sym Yld P/E Last Chg. Year Year Year Amt
150.40 82.51 WynnResorts WYNN 1.4 54 144.44 +2.11 2.38 5.11 6.31 .50
XYZ
24.92
20.18
5.05
10.01
29.38
33.30
9.95
73.32
45.95
6.75
16.97
97.59
34.27
25.47
22.97
5.85
39.86
17.50
5.46
35.74
20.37
113.12
50.91
51.23
6.90
48.33
15.65
12.50
6.67
41.80
26.55
25.95
4.02
3.96
2.77
1.80
5.32
18.45
21.70
2.25
48.97
21.30
3.11
7.36
37.81
17.28
3.50
8.53
2.62
29.10
5.15
2.89
23.80
16.07
62.91
31.24
31.51
1.07
30.85
4.00
2.05
3.91
7.50
11.43
5.42
2.40
XOMA
XBiotech
XcelBrands
Xcerra
Xencor
XenithBkshrs
XenonPharms
Xilinx
Xperi
Xunlei
YRC Worldwide
YY
Yandex
YangtzeRiverDev
YintechInvt
YogaWorks
YorkWater
ZAGG
Zafgen
ZaiLab
ZealandPharma
ZebraTech
Zillow A
Zillow C
ZionOil&Gas
ZionsBancorp
ZionsBancorpWt
ZionsBancorpWt
Zix
Zogenix
Zumiez
ZynerbaPharma
Zynga
XOMA
XBIT
XELB
XCRA
XNCR
XBKS
XENE
XLNX
XPER
XNET
YRCW
YY
YNDX
YERR
YIN
YOGA
YORW
ZAGG
ZFGN
ZLAB
ZEAL
ZBRA
ZG
Z
ZN
ZION
ZIONW
ZIONZ
ZIXI
ZGNX
ZUMZ
ZYNE
ZNGA
...
...
...
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1.9
3.7
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1.8
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31
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18
77
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19
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43
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18
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22.65
4.12
3.55
9.90
21.29
32.74
3.25
72.17
21.75
6.58
13.37
93.12
31.16
14.50
14.50
2.74
36.20
17.15
3.69
28.24
18.63
111.38
41.10
41.25
2.87
46.76
14.77
10.55
5.16
39.75
17.65
9.73
3.94
–0.09
–0.34
+0.10
+0.08
–2.60
+0.10
+0.13
–0.64
–0.95
+2.19
+0.68
–0.10
–1.28
–1.21
+1.81
–0.13
+0.25
+1.45
–0.45
–3.95
–0.29
+1.59
–0.34
–0.30
–0.35
+0.16
–0.27
–1.45
–0.13
+1.50
+0.50
+0.13
+0.11
–8.89
–1.63
.14
.41
.56
2.89
–1.48
2.32
1.12
–.36
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...
.32
–.07
2.37
–.82
.92
–.56
–2.12
–.66
...
–2.65
–1.22
–1.22
–.21
1.99
...
...
.11
–2.81
1.04
–2.58
–.12
–1.87
...
.31
.75
–1.13
1.11
–.97
2.54
–.85
...
.38
5.99
.79
...
1.23
–1.16
...
.87
–2.23
–1.24
...
6.68
.49
.49
...
2.82
...
...
.28
–3.73
1.05
–2.34
.09
–1.23
...
.38
...
–1.69
1.35
–1.54
2.80
.74
...
1.53
7.19
1.16
...
1.38
–.69
...
1.15
–1.84
–1.01
...
7.67
.83
.83
...
3.15
...
...
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1.13
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Name
Tick
Sym Yld
PwrShDWA Mom PDP
PwrShDWANasdMom DWAQ
PwrShDWASCMom DWAS
PwrShDWA Tact DWIN
PwrShDWATactical DWTR
PwrShDWA Util
PUI
PwrShDivAch
PFM
PwrShDynBscMatl PYZ
PwrShDynConDis PEZ
PwrShDynConsStp PSL
PwrShDynEnerSec PXI
PwrShDynFinl
PFI
PwrShDynHlthcr
PTH
PwrShDynIndls
PRN
PwrShDynTech
PTF
PwrShFTSEIntlLow IDLB
PwrShUS1500
PRFZ
PwrShGlblAgricult PAGG
PwrShGlobalGold PSAU
PwrShGlbWater
PIO
PwrShGoldDragon PGJ
PwrShHY EqDiv
PEY
PwrShIntlBuyBack IPKW
PwrShIntlDivAch
PID
PwrShKBW Banks KBWB
PwrShKBWHiDiv KBWD
PwrShKBWPREIT KBWY
PwrShKBWProp&Cas KBWP
PwrShKBW RegBk KBWR
PwrShLadder0-5 LDRI
PwrShMultiStratAlt LALT
PwrShNasdInternet PNQI
PwrSh1-30LadTrsr PLW
PwrShQQQ 1
QQQ
PwrShRuss1000Low USLB
PwrShS&P SC CD PSCD
PwrShS&P SC ConStp PSCC
PwrShS&P SC Ener PSCE
PwrShS&P SC Fin PSCF
PwrShS&P ScHealth PSCH
PwrShS&P SmInds PSCI
PwrShS&P InfTech PSCT
PwrShS&PSCMatls PSCM
PwrShS&PSC Util PSCU
PwrShVarRateInv VRIG
PwrShWaterRscs PHO
PrincipalContVal PVAL
PrincipalHlthInnov BTEC
PrincplMillennials GENY
PrincipalPriceSet PSET
PrincipalSustMom PMOM
PrincipalUSMega USMC
PrincipalUSSCIndex PSC
ProShEquRising EQRR
ProShrUltNdBTh
BIB
ProShUltNasdBio UBIO
ProShUltPrQQQ TQQQ
ProShUltShNasdBio ZBIO
ProShUltraProShQQQ SQQQ
ProShUltShNdBtech BIS
ROBOGlblRobotics ROBO
SPDRDorseyWrightFx DWFI
ValideaMktLeg
VALX
VanEckBiotech
BBH
VanEckGenDrugs GNRX
VanEckPharm
PPH
VangdEM GovBd VWOB
VangdGlblxUS RE VNQI
VangdIntrCorpBd VCIT
VangdIntrmGovBd VGIT
VangdIntlDivApp
VIGI
VangdIntlHiDiv
VYMI
VangdLTCorpBd VCLT
VangdLTGovBd VGLT
VangdMBS
VMBS
VangdRuss1000 VONE
VangdRuss1000Grw VONG
VangdRuss1000Val VONV
VangdRuss3000 VTHR
VangdRuss2000 VTWO
VangdRuss2000Grw VTWG
VangdRuss2000Val VTWV
VangdSTCpBd
VCSH
VangdSTGovBd VGSH
VangdShtTmInfltn VTIP
VangdTotIntlBd BNDX
VangdTotIntlStk VXUS
VS2xVIXMedTerm TVIZ
VS2xVIXShortTerm TVIX
VSInverseVIXSTerm XIV
VSVIXShortTerm VIIX
VicShDevEnhVol
CIZ
VicShDivAccel
VSDA
VicShEMVolWtd
CEZ
VicShIntlHiDivVol CID
VicShIntlVolWtd
CIL
VicShUSDiscEnhVol CSF
VicShUSEQIncmEnh CDC
VicShUS500EnhVol CFO
VicShUS500Vol
CFA
VicShUSLCHiDivVol CDL
VicShUSMultMin VSMV
VicShUSSCHiDiv CSB
VicShUSSCVolWtd CSA
VidentCoreUSBdStr VBND
VidentCoreUSEquity VUSE
VidentIntlEquityFd VIDI
VS3XInvrsGold DGLD
WeatherStorm
FLAG
WisdTrBarUSAggBd AGZD
WisdTrBarNegUSBd AGND
WisdTrChinaxSOE CXSE
WisdTrEMConGrwth EMCG
WisdTrEM CpBd EMCB
WisdTrEMQualDivGrw DGRE
WisdTrGermanyHdg DXGE
WisdTrIntRtHYBd HYZD
WisdTrJapanHdgSC DXJS
WisdTrMEDiv
GULF
WisdTrNegHYBd HYND
WisdTrUSQltyDiv DGRW
WisdTrUSSCQltyDiv DGRS
WisdTrUK Hdg
DXPS
.7
...
.1
4.4
.9
2.6
2.1
.7
1.1
.8
1.3
1.0
...
1.7
.2
1.5
1.0
.9
.2
.8
1.0
3.4
.3
3.8
1.7
8.4
7.1
1.3
1.5
1.8
...
...
2.1
.9
1.5
1.0
2.0
...
2.0
...
.4
.1
.6
.8
2.2
.3
...
...
1.1
.9
...
...
.7
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
.1
6.9
.8
...
...
1.5
4.5
1.2
3.2
1.9
.9
2.9
4.1
2.7
2.2
1.9
1.2
2.6
1.9
1.3
.7
1.7
2.3
1.2
...
1.1
2.1
...
...
...
...
2.9
1.7
.4
8.9
3.1
1.2
3.7
1.4
1.5
3.7
2.3
3.6
1.2
.4
.3
.5
...
2.6
2.4
2.1
.7
2.3
4.1
4.4
3.4
5.2
.0
.3
5.0
3.1
3.6
7.5
NYSE
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
50.20
100.98
48.10
27.38
28.00
28.78
25.24
67.89
48.43
61.91
34.96
33.84
68.18
60.20
52.93
29.34
127.40
26.69
19.61
25.32
44.52
17.51
35.36
16.16
52.18
24.39
37.80
60.22
55.64
24.97
21.38
113.24
32.56
148.71
30.15
56.29
71.69
13.81
54.54
93.46
61.71
80.38
51.13
55.45
25.26
29.32
25.03
30.50
32.25
30.65
25.03
25.17
30.10
42.91
60.47
37.90
121.77
10.50
25.11
20.81
39.70
25.66
28.90
132.55
23.33
58.32
80.95
60.16
87.87
64.39
64.57
66.23
94.00
76.44
52.68
118.01
131.91
105.44
118.25
120.38
131.77
108.84
80.00
60.58
49.44
54.66
55.66
10.95
8.32
112.68
14.28
34.48
26.55
29.29
35.81
39.83
44.31
45.29
46.71
46.70
44.06
25.97
43.33
45.51
49.81
31.67
27.61
46.11
39.96
48.11
43.34
82.03
25.70
73.16
26.09
31.88
24.29
43.47
17.35
20.80
39.31
35.07
24.25
+0.35
+0.74
+0.55
–0.30
+0.23
+0.31
+0.20
+0.17
+0.31
–0.06
–0.29
+0.04
+1.13
+0.70
+0.31
–0.07
+0.79
–0.37
–0.65
+0.12
–0.57
+0.15
–0.12
–0.04
+1.16
+0.15
–0.43
+1.04
+1.27
–0.09
+0.01
–1.10
–0.35
+0.37
+0.28
+1.22
–0.75
–0.41
+0.30
+2.10
+0.14
–0.57
+0.08
+0.04
+0.01
+0.28
...
–0.26
–0.17
+0.28
...
+0.16
–0.07
+0.32
–1.73
–1.66
+0.74
+0.41
–0.18
+0.57
–0.07
–0.01
+0.41
–2.73
+0.16
+0.57
–0.05
–0.35
–0.36
–0.32
–0.60
–0.44
–0.83
–1.08
–0.21
+0.94
+1.05
+0.91
+0.96
+0.49
+0.74
+0.41
–0.11
–0.09
–0.08
–0.03
–0.33
–0.65
–0.83
+4.84
–0.66
–0.16
–0.04
–0.19
–0.18
–0.14
+0.38
+0.33
+0.47
+0.42
+0.28
+0.27
+0.46
+0.49
–0.33
+0.28
–0.31
+2.46
+0.51
...
+0.08
–0.42
–0.37
+0.57
–0.41
–0.01
+0.10
+0.04
–0.23
+0.06
+0.57
+0.31
–0.19
.0867
...
.0138
.1015
.0643
.1889
.1319
.1272
.1347
.1191
.1138
.0847
...
.253
.0214
.1118
.3209
.0614
.0103
.0498
.1081
.0495
.0237
.1536
.2185
.1706
.2235
.2005
.2096
.0378
.345
...
.0561
.3194
.112
.147
.3547
.0192
.2755
.0195
.0661
.0139
.082
.117
.047
.0206
...
...
.0892
.0713
...
...
.0536
.1407
...
...
...
...
...
...
.0549
.148
.2232
.327
.097
.221
.303
.176
.237
.10
.143
.479
.325
.175
.096
.555
.408
.675
.557
.389
.231
.476
.152
.063
.374
.049
.298
...
...
...
...
.0825
.037
.0091
.2652
.1019
.0426
.1406
.0537
.0569
.1349
.0502
.1283
.0449
.0474
.0223
.0315
...
.2552
.0975
.0775
.14
.15
.25
.285
.27
.105
.0012
.015
.0875
.10
.105
.455
Name
Tick
Sym Yld
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
GuggCreditAlloc GGM 9.5 22.95 +0.18 .1813
NuvShrtDurCrOppFd JSD 7.3 17.31 –0.05 .106
NYSE ARCA
AIPoweredEquity AIEQ ...
ALPS CohenStrs
GRI 3.0
ALPSEmgDivDogs EDOG 3.8
ALPS EqSecWgh EQL 2.1
ALPSIntlDivDogs IDOG 2.1
ALPSMedBreak SBIO ...
ALPSSectorDivDogs SDOG 3.3
ARKGenomicRev ARKG ...
ARKIndlInnovation ARKQ ...
ARKInnovationETF ARKK ...
ARKWebx.0ETF ARKW ...
AdvShCornerSC SCAP ...
AdvShDorseyADR AADR 2.1
AdvShFocusedEqu CWS ...
AdvShKIMKorea KOR ...
AdvShNewTech
FNG ...
AdvShNewfleet
MINC 2.5
AdvShPeritusHY HYLD 7.7
AdvShRangerEqBear HDGE ...
AdvShStrGlbBW VEGA .7
AdvShSageCore HOLD 1.4
AdvShWilshireBuybk TTFS 1.1
AlerianEnergyInfr ENFR 4.3
AlerianMLPETF AMLP 8.0
AlphaCloneAltAlpha ALFA ...
ArrowDJGlobalYd GYLD 5.7
ArrowQVMEquityFact QVM 1.6
iPathS&P500VIXST VXX ...
PathS&P500VIXMT VXZ ...
BarclyiPathBCrude OILB ...
BarcETNFIEnhEur50 FEEU ...
BarclaysETN FI Enh FLEU ...
BarcETN+FIEnhGlHY FIGY ...
S&PVEQTOR
VQT ...
BarclaysETN+Select ATMP 5.9
BarclaysETNShiller CAPE ...
Barrons400ETF BFOR .7
BluStrTABIGIIsrael ITEQ ...
BrandValueETF BVAL ...
BuzzUSSentLdrs BUZ ...
CSOPChinaCSI300AH HAHA ...
CSOPFTSEChinaA50 AFTY .9
CTrksETNsMillerHwd MLPC 6.0
CambriaCoreEqu CCOR 1.4
CambriaGlbMomentum GMOM 1.8
CambriaGlbValue GVAL 1.6
CambriaShareholder SYLD 1.9
ChangeFinDivImp CHGX ...
ClaymoreIdxLnk
GCE 6.7
ClearSharesOCIO OCIO ...
ColumbiaBeyBRICs BBRC 2.2
ColumbiaDivFixed DIAL ...
ColumbiaEMCoreXCh XCEM 1.0
ColumbiaEMQualDiv HILO 2.5
ColumbiaEMConsumer ECON .6
ColumbiaIndiaCnsmr INCO .1
ColumbiaIndiaInfr INXX 2.1
ColumbiaIndiaSC SCIN .6
ColumbiaSustGlb ESGW 2.1
ColumbiaSustIntl ESGN 1.0
ColumbiaSustUSEqu ESGS 2.5
CnsmrDiscSelSector XLY 1.4
CnsStapleSelSector XLP 2.6
CSAxela3xInvBrent DBRT ...
CSAxela3xLgBrent UBRT ...
CS FI LC Grwth
FLGE ...
CSX2xAlerianMLPETN AMJL 29.7
CSX Mthly2xLvMtg REML 47.5
CSX MultiAsstHi MLTI 11.5
CSX WTICrude
OIIL ...
CurrShAUD
FXA .8
CurrShGBP
FXB ...
CurrShCAD
FXC .1
CurrShCNY
FXCH ...
CurrShEuro
FXE ...
CurrShJPY
FXY ...
CurrShSGD
FXSG ...
CurrShSEK
FXS ...
CurrShCHF
FXF ...
Cushing30ETN
PPLN ...
DBAgricDoubleLgETN DAG ...
DBAgricLongETN AGF ...
DBBaseMtlsDoubleLg BDD ...
DBBaseMtlsDblShr BOM ...
DBCommodityDblLong DYY ...
DBCommodityShrtETN DDP ...
DBCrudeOilDblShrt DTO ...
DBCrudeOilLongETN OLO ...
DBGoldDoubleLgETN DGP ...
DBGoldDoubleShrt DZZ ...
DBGoldShortETN DGZ ...
DeepValueETF
DVP 1.4
DeltaShS&P500Mgd DMRL ...
DeltaShS&P400Mgd DMRM ...
DeltaShS&PIntMgd DMRI ...
DeltaShS&P600Mgd DMRS ...
DiamondHillVal DHVW 3.7
DirexAllCapIns KNOW .6
DirexAuspiceBroad COM ...
DirexAeroBl3
DFEN ...
DirexBrazilBull3X BRZU ...
DirexCSIChinaInt CWEB ...
DirexCSI300CnA CHAD ...
DirexCSI300CnABl2 CHAU ...
DirexDevMktBear3 DPK ...
DirexDevMktBl3
DZK ...
DirexESTOXX50Bl3x EUXL ...
DirexEM Bear3
EDZ ...
DirexEMBdBull3X EMBU ...
DirexEM Bull3
EDC ...
DirexEnergyBr3
ERY ...
DirexEnergyBl3
ERX .9
DirexEuroFinBll2 EUFL ...
DirexChinaBr3
YANG ...
DirexChinaBl3
YINN ...
DirexFTSEEurBull3x EURL ...
DirexFinlBear3
FAZ ...
DirexFinlBull3
FAS ...
DirexGoldMinBr3 DUST ...
DirexGoldMinBl3 NUGT ...
25.39
44.80
24.94
67.37
28.46
31.12
45.12
26.51
32.90
34.84
41.77
34.81
57.35
29.65
30.12
22.07
48.74
36.38
8.26
30.27
99.45
68.37
22.75
10.80
42.12
18.22
26.50
33.79
19.23
51.56
129.30
155.48
165.50
152.17
20.64
112.12
40.47
32.29
15.00
31.12
32.99
17.47
15.38
25.49
26.77
25.24
36.21
18.28
16.41
26.13
18.14
20.00
28.73
15.32
28.13
44.01
15.07
20.43
30.49
30.46
30.25
91.36
53.90
84.62
113.54
207.56
19.35
31.76
28.73
30.52
78.19
128.23
78.17
74.70
113.62
84.61
72.28
116.97
96.00
19.87
2.88
10.51
9.48
10.00
2.35
46.00
121.45
4.38
24.36
5.55
13.89
29.56
52.18
51.00
52.19
52.28
30.63
41.81
23.71
42.50
47.54
52.77
32.68
27.64
13.25
78.34
29.77
10.15
25.82
115.89
11.24
29.03
49.26
6.48
33.18
36.72
13.44
60.50
24.84
32.35
+0.16
–0.40
–0.38
+0.27
+0.16
–0.08
+0.51
+0.11
+0.21
+0.06
+0.06
–0.13
+0.05
+0.51
+0.07
–0.06
–0.02
+0.23
–0.10
+0.12
–0.03
+0.92
–0.59
–0.38
+0.05
–0.38
+0.02
–1.55
–0.60
+0.80
–2.57
–2.84
–0.68
+0.31
–0.71
+1.06
+0.32
+0.25
+0.14
+0.12
+0.12
+0.03
–0.53
+0.04
–0.11
–0.37
+0.28
+0.11
–0.36
+0.02
–0.16
–0.08
+0.08
–0.09
–0.65
–0.51
+0.06
–0.03
+0.03
+0.17
+0.01
+0.14
–0.67
–6.64
+8.47
+2.97
–1.40
+0.14
–0.12
+0.32
–0.70
–1.02
–0.87
–0.06
–0.45
–1.24
–0.10
–0.64
–1.06
–0.68
–0.09
–0.07
–0.37
+2.04
–0.05
+4.07
+0.62
+0.07
–1.36
+0.21
+0.23
+0.36
+0.85
–0.79
–0.10
–0.47
+0.25
+0.59
...
+1.20
–3.71
–1.49
+0.11
–0.53
+0.07
–1.00
–0.42
+0.26
–0.24
–3.16
+0.17
–0.50
+0.47
+0.02
–0.27
–0.85
–0.49
+2.05
+1.82
–2.91
...
.3314
.2399
.3542
.1477
...
.3675
...
...
...
...
.0301
.3034
.0088
.1147
...
.1034
.2329
...
.2243
.1187
.7253
.2427
.215
...
.0872
.1084
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
.3022
...
.2736
.0919
...
.175
.4779
.1543
.2301
.0906
.1204
.0997
.1703
...
.2748
...
.3962
...
.2811
.0944
.164
.0303
.3174
.1288
.16
.0788
.1857
.3179
.346
...
...
...
.4783
1.2579
.2748
...
.0541
...
.0073
...
...
...
...
...
...
.3254
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
.1001
.121
.0845
.0844
.0589
.2835
.0591
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
.064
2.7892
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
Name
Tick
Sym Yld
DirexHlthcrBull3 CURE ...
DirexHY Bear2
HYDD ...
DirexHmbldrBull3 NAIL ...
DirexIndlsBl3
DUSL ...
DirexJapanBl3
JPNL ...
DirexJrGoldMinBr3 JDST ...
DirexJrGoldMinBl3 JNUG ...
DirexLatinAmBl3
LBJ ...
DirexIndiaBull3
INDL ...
DirexMexicoBl3 MEXX ...
DirexMcBear3
MIDZ ...
DirexMcBull3
MIDU ...
DirexNatGasBr3 GASX ...
DirexNatGasBl3 GASL ...
DirexRealEstBr3 DRV ...
DirexRealEstBl3
DRN ...
DirexRgBanksBear3X WDRW ...
DirexRgBanksBull3X DPST ...
DirexRetailBull3 RETL ...
DirexRussiaBr3 RUSS ...
DirexRussiaBl3 RUSL ...
DirexS&P500Br3 SPXS ...
DirexS&P500Bl3 SPXL ...
DirexS&P500Bull2X SPUU .7
DirexS&PBiotechBr3 LABD ...
DirexS&PBiotechBl3 LABU ...
DirexS&P500Br1 SPDN .5
DirexS&P500Bl1.25 LLSP 1.6
DirexS&POil&GasBr3 DRIP ...
DirexS&POil&GasBl3 GUSH ...
DirexSemiBear3 SOXS ...
DirexSemiBl3
SOXL ...
Direx7-10TreaBr1 TYNS ...
Direx7-10TreaBr3 TYO ...
Direx7-10TreaBull TYD ...
DirexSilverMinBl2 SHNY ...
DirexScBear3
TZA ...
DirexSCBull2
SMLL ...
DirexScBl1.25
LLSC 1.3
DirexSCBull3
TNA ...
DirexKRBull3
KORU ...
DirexTechBear3 TECS ...
DirexTechBull3
TECL ...
DirexTotBdBr1
SAGG ...
DirexTransportBl3 TPOR ...
Direx20+TreaBr1 TYBS ...
Direx20+TreaBr3 TMV ...
Direx20+YrTrBull TMF .4
DirexUtilBl3X
UTSL ...
Direx iBillionaire
IBLN .4
DirexNasd100EW QQQE .6
DirexZacksMLPHiIn ZMLP 9.8
EmgMktInternetEcom EMQQ .5
ETF Exposure
TETF ...
ETFMG DroneEcon IFLY .4
ETFMG PrimeCyber HACK ...
ETFMG PrimeJrSilver SILJ ...
ETFMG PrimeMob IPAY ...
ETFMG VideoGame GAMR .5
ETFSBloomAllCmdty BCD ...
ETFSBloomAllCmdty BCI ...
ETFSPhyPrecMtllBsk GLTR ...
AlphaCloneIntl
ALFI .7
ETRACS Alerian MLP AMU 7.1
ETRACSMthPay2xLev CEFL 16.7
ETRACSMthPay2xLev DVHL 21.0
DJ 2xSelect Div
DVYL 8.2
ETRACSMortgageREIT MORL 46.6
S&P2xDivAristoETN SDYL 4.6
ETRACS2xLevUSHiDiv HDLV 10.7
ETRACS2xLevxEn LMLP 1.6
ETRACS2xLevUSREIT LRET 14.0
ETRACSMthPay2xLev MRRL 46.9
ETRACSMthlyPay2x SMHD 30.7
ETRACSMnly2xLevISE HOML ...
ETRACSS&PGSCICrude OILX ...
ETRACS2xMLvAlerian MLPQ 16.8
ETRACS2xMLevS&PMLP MLPZ 15.9
E-TRACS Agri
UAG ...
E-TRACS Engy
UBN ...
E-TRACS CMCI
UCI ...
E-TRACS Food
FUD ...
E-TRACS IndMtl UBM ...
E-TRACS Lvstk
UBC ...
E-TRACS Silvr
USV ...
ETracsLngPlat
PTM ...
EcoLogicalStrat HECO .8
ElemntsDJSelct
DOD ...
ElemntsRogrMrngstr WMW ...
ElemntsRogrAgri
RJA ...
ElemntsRogrEngy RJN ...
ElemntsRogrMtls
RJZ ...
ElemntsRogrTr
RJI ...
ElemntsGrain
GRU ...
EnSelectSectorSPDR XLE 5.1
ETFS GoldTr
SGOL ...
ETFS PlldmShr
PALL ...
ETFS PltnmShr
PPLT ...
ETFS SilvTr
SIVR ...
EthoClimateLeader ETHO .7
FIEnhancedEur50ETN FIEU ...
FIEnhEurope50ETN FIEE ...
FidelityCoreDiv
FDVV 3.7
FidelityCorpBd
FCOR 2.8
FidelityDivRising FDRR 2.9
FidelityLtdTermBd FLTB 1.7
FidelityLowVol
FDLO 1.8
FidelityMSCICnDisc FDIS 1.3
FidelityMSCICnStpl FSTA 2.6
FidelityMSCIEn FENY 4.6
FidelityMSCIFinls FNCL 1.8
FidelityMSCIHlthCr FHLC 1.3
FidelityMSCIIndls FIDU 2.2
FidelityMSCIIT
FTEC 1.0
FidelityMSCIMatls FMAT 1.4
FidelityRealEst
FREL 3.5
FidelityMSCITelSvs FCOM 4.2
FidelityMSCIUtils FUTY 2.9
FidelityMomFactor FDMO 1.3
FidelityQualFactor FQAL 1.9
FidelityTotalBdETF FBND 2.3
FidelityValFactor FVAL 1.9
FinSelSectorSPDR XLF 1.5
FT AustrAlpha
FAUS 5.3
FT ConsDscAlpDx FXD .9
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
48.88
18.56
65.36
32.88
67.90
57.40
17.17
35.54
88.01
24.69
15.20
42.83
31.44
21.31
10.73
22.87
35.47
68.04
26.78
23.49
51.46
33.94
40.88
46.12
4.72
82.39
31.91
34.38
18.19
22.56
18.19
133.19
28.09
14.00
44.24
10.14
13.15
49.07
35.01
67.18
55.25
8.11
98.49
31.17
31.42
20.20
19.38
20.59
30.45
31.75
42.08
16.25
36.93
17.92
36.41
30.61
11.63
33.47
45.52
25.15
24.93
63.97
24.57
17.17
18.68
20.72
68.24
18.50
79.16
32.12
16.70
26.22
18.39
20.20
44.96
29.72
36.42
40.84
16.90
7.10
14.44
18.59
16.48
19.71
22.48
9.60
42.78
21.33
28.57
6.03
2.48
8.62
5.11
3.47
67.77
124.06
93.13
88.29
16.62
32.89
133.26
172.70
27.72
50.87
29.78
50.47
29.37
36.34
32.46
18.69
39.09
40.46
37.41
47.94
34.09
24.54
32.11
35.75
30.00
30.52
50.35
31.08
26.64
32.62
38.90
+2.42
–0.04
+5.28
+0.95
+0.21
+6.18
–2.19
–1.56
–2.48
+0.31
–0.40
+1.03
+1.13
–0.82
+0.43
–0.92
–1.92
+4.29
+1.21
+1.27
–3.02
–0.87
+0.95
+0.64
+0.16
–3.09
–0.28
+0.32
+0.47
–0.62
–0.55
+3.59
–0.05
+0.25
–0.93
–0.55
–0.16
+0.10
...
+0.75
–0.76
–0.23
+2.57
+0.13
–0.48
–0.22
+0.85
–0.95
+0.95
+0.06
+0.19
–0.47
–0.54
–0.02
–0.13
+0.21
–0.54
–0.05
–0.11
+0.25
–0.17
–1.21
–0.25
–0.58
–0.09
–0.22
+0.43
+0.11
+0.66
–0.11
+0.61
–0.69
+0.05
+0.03
+1.41
–0.02
–2.66
–2.95
–1.96
–0.05
–0.14
+0.29
–0.72
+0.02
+0.67
–0.12
+0.33
+0.16
+0.07
–0.08
+0.01
–0.09
–0.03
–0.05
–0.37
–2.27
–1.36
–1.95
–0.34
+0.32
–2.93
–2.40
+0.27
–0.10
+0.28
–0.02
+0.25
+0.13
–0.38
–0.13
+0.75
+0.66
+0.47
+0.41
+0.17
–0.26
+0.07
+0.49
+0.44
+0.15
–0.15
+0.35
+0.51
+0.30
+0.69
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
.6125
...
...
...
...
...
.103
.9513
...
...
...
...
.0791
...
...
.038
.1416
...
3.3106
...
2.7644
...
...
2.8423
...
...
...
.1177
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
.0184
...
.0279
.0598
.40
.1714
...
.04
.1343
.063
.0154
.06
...
...
...
.1682
.3056
.2606
.3623
.4671
.718
.3019
.2875
.0224
.3054
.718
.5162
...
...
1.5309
1.6214
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
3.3075
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
.8654
...
...
...
...
.06
...
...
.256
.119
.214
.072
.131
.119
.211
.216
.177
.132
.204
.123
.123
.212
.337
.257
.095
.147
.095
.147
.1032
.4338
.0917
Name
Tick
Sym Yld
FT ConsStaples
FXG 1.1
FT DJ GlbSelDiv
FGD 3.0
FT DJ Internet
FDN ...
FT Dow30EW
EDOW ...
FT EnergyAlpDx
FXN 1.4
EqCompassRiskMgr ERM 1.0
EqCompassTactical TERM .9
FT DJ SelMicro
FDM .6
FT FTSE DevRE
FFR 1.9
FT FinlsAlpDx
FXO 1.1
FT GlbEngg
FLM .6
FT GlbWindEner
FAN 1.7
FT HlthCareAlpha FXH ...
FTHorizonMgdVolDev HDMV 5.6
FTHorizonMgdVolDom HUSV 1.2
FT Chindia
FNI 1.3
FT IndlsAlpDx
FXR .7
First Tr Instl Pfd
FPEI 4.2
FT Long/Short
FTLS .5
FT MatAlpDX
FXZ .8
FT MngstrDiv
FDL 2.9
FT MornMgdFut
FMF ...
FT NaturalGas
FCG .3
FT NA Energy Infra EMLP 3.4
FT NYSE ArcaBiotch FBT ...
FT PfdSecs
FPE 4.8
FTSTOXXEurSel Div FDD 1.3
FT S&P REIT
FRI 2.1
FT TechAlphaDEX FXL .3
FT USEquityOpp
FPX .7
FT UtilAlpha
FXU 2.5
FT ValDivFd
FVD 1.7
FT ValueLine100
FVL .5
FT Water
FIW .5
FlexShSelBdFd BNDC 2.5
FlexShCurrHdDM TLDH 1.4
FlexShCurrHdgEM TLEH 4.7
FlexGlbQualRealEst GQRE 2.7
FlexGlbUpstmNatRsc GUNR 2.8
FlexShiBoxx5YTIPS TDTF 1.1
FlexiBx3YDurTIPS TDTT .7
FlexShIntQualDiv IQDE 3.5
FlexShIntQuDivDyn IQDY 3.2
FlexShIntlQualDiv IQDF 3.7
FlexShMDevMktxUS TLTD 1.4
FlexShEM FactTilt TLTE 4.7
FlexMrnUSMktFtrTlt TILT 1.6
FlexShQualDivDef QDEF 3.0
FlexShQualDivDyn QDYN 2.8
FlexShQualityDiv QDF 2.7
FlexShReadyAcc RAVI 1.4
FlexShSTOXXGlb NFRA 2.9
FrankIntlOpps
FLIO ...
FrankInvGradeCp FLCO 3.1
FrankShtDurUSGovt FTSD 1.9
FrankUSLowVol FLLV 2.4
FranklinLibEM
FLQE 1.8
FranklinLibQGlbDiv FLQD 6.2
FranklinGlbEquity FLQG 2.2
FranklinIntlEquity FLQH 10.3
GS ConnS&PGSCI GSC ...
GlbX ChinaConsumer CHIQ 1.0
GlbX ChinaEner CHIE 1.9
GlbX ChinaFinls CHIX 1.4
GlbX ChinaIndls
CHII 1.2
GlbX ChinaMatls CHIM .7
GlbXCopperMiners COPX .5
GlbXFTSENordReg GXF 2.9
GlbX FTSE SE Asia ASEA 2.3
GlbXFertilizersPot SOIL 2.8
GlbX GoldExplorers GOEX 35.4
GlbX GuruIndex GURU .2
GlbXJPMEfficiente EFFE 1.4
GlbX JPM US SecRot SCTO 2.1
GlbXLithium&Batt
LIT 1.3
GlbX MLP&Energy MLPX 4.2
GlbX MLP
MLPA 8.1
GlbXMSCIArgentina ARGT .3
GlbXMSCIColombia GXG 1.3
GlbX MSCIGreece GREK 1.6
GlbXMSCINigeria NGE ...
GlbX MSCINorway NORW 2.4
GlbXMSCIPakistan PAK 3.6
GlbXMSCIPortugal PGAL 3.2
GlbXISuperDivEM SDEM 4.6
GlbXNextEmerging EMFM 2.1
GlbXSciBetaAsiaXJ SCIX 3.9
GlbXSciBetaEurope SCID 2.4
GlbXSciBetaJapan SCIJ 2.4
GlbXSciBetaUS
SCIU 1.1
GlbXSilverMiners
SIL 3.2
GlblXSuperDividend SDIV 6.5
GlbXSuperDivUS
DIV 5.8
GlbXSuperIncPfd SPFF 7.1
GlbX Uranium
URA 7.4
GSAccessHYCorpBd GHYB ...
GSAccessIGCpBd GIGB 2.9
GSActiveBetaEM GEM 2.7
GSActiveBetaEurope GSEU 1.3
GSActiveBetaIntlEq GSIE 1.6
GSActiveBetaJapan GSJY .0
GSActiveBetaUSLC GSLC 1.9
GS Active US SC GSSC ...
GSHedgeIndVIP GVIP .8
GSTreasury0-1Y GBIL .9
GraniteBloomComm COMB ...
GraniteGold
BAR ...
GraniteS&P Comm COMG ...
GuggBull2017CpBd BSCH 1.1
GuggBRIC
EEB 1.1
GuggBull2017HY BSJH 1.6
GuggBull2018CpBd BSCI 1.5
GuggBull2018HY BSJI 3.5
GuggBull2019CpBd BSCJ 1.8
GuggBull2019HY BSJJ 4.4
GuggBull2020CpBd BSCK 2.0
GuggBull2020HY BSJK 4.7
GuggBull2021CpBd BSCL 2.3
GuggBull2021HY BSJL 4.9
GuggBull2022CpBd BSCM 2.5
GuggBull2022HY BSJM 5.5
GuggBull2023CpBd BSCN 2.7
GuggBull2024CpBd BSCO 3.0
GuggBull2025CpBd BSCP 3.1
GuggBS2025HYCpBd BSJP ...
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
45.82
26.00
105.55
21.00
14.01
21.41
21.39
47.44
45.28
30.44
57.49
13.36
68.67
33.50
22.67
38.86
38.26
20.23
37.90
41.80
29.39
46.78
21.14
24.77
125.22
20.12
13.66
23.40
50.09
65.91
27.42
30.42
23.08
46.74
25.34
28.65
30.55
62.53
31.74
24.99
24.53
25.42
28.13
26.52
67.65
57.99
107.86
42.35
42.43
43.17
75.53
48.29
29.26
24.80
96.26
28.92
32.47
28.61
29.88
25.08
21.80
17.69
11.59
17.78
16.08
21.95
26.33
24.57
15.77
10.23
22.78
28.73
26.25
25.33
39.44
13.32
9.85
31.42
10.21
9.36
21.75
13.68
14.62
12.58
16.34
23.28
25.97
28.31
31.12
30.16
33.29
22.16
25.61
12.48
12.63
50.28
50.09
34.67
31.37
29.33
32.22
51.15
42.44
52.26
100.05
25.35
128.13
25.48
22.60
37.43
25.70
21.17
25.28
21.24
24.70
21.47
24.91
21.32
25.27
21.36
25.39
21.03
21.01
20.77
25.23
–0.20
–0.03
+0.11
+0.36
–0.17
+0.19
+0.14
+0.21
–0.52
+0.37
–0.02
–0.17
+1.41
–0.16
+0.03
–0.55
+0.23
+0.05
+0.24
+0.23
+0.29
+0.15
–0.27
–0.37
–0.52
–0.03
–0.01
–0.33
+0.73
+0.50
+0.04
+0.23
+0.21
+0.19
+0.16
+0.07
+0.10
–0.59
–0.16
–0.14
–0.06
–0.10
–0.08
–0.11
–0.30
–0.24
+0.85
+0.26
+0.34
+0.36
–0.02
+0.22
–0.15
–0.08
–0.14
–0.05
–0.30
–0.14
–0.17
–0.06
–0.01
–0.17
–0.03
–0.10
–0.42
+0.20
–0.16
+0.26
–0.21
–0.04
–1.07
+0.05
–0.06
–0.01
–0.22
–0.43
–0.38
–0.48
–0.15
–0.19
+0.16
–0.11
+0.78
–0.06
–0.25
–0.25
+0.11
–0.31
+0.15
+0.29
–1.03
–0.22
+0.02
–0.08
–0.12
+0.22
–0.09
–0.20
–0.31
–0.18
–0.03
+0.46
–0.13
+0.16
+0.03
–0.15
–1.98
+0.13
–0.01
–0.36
+0.02
–0.01
+0.03
–0.02
+0.05
–0.03
+0.08
–0.05
+0.09
–0.09
+0.06
–0.10
–0.07
–0.07
+0.11
.1246
.1938
...
.0495
.0494
.0521
.05
.0756
.2107
.0836
.0796
.0554
...
.4728
.0658
.1308
.0637
.07
.0479
.0867
.2125
...
.0139
.2096
...
.0805
.0454
.1218
.0314
.1163
.1693
.1324
.0275
.0597
.0525
.1024
.3589
.4229
.2205
.0225
.0152
.2252
.2279
.2426
.2442
.6847
.4273
.316
.30
.2959
.0879
.3475
.3063
.0638
.156
.1712
.2893
.446
.3247
1.2978
...
.1693
.2149
.2577
.1989
.162
.1195
.7183
.3562
.2884
8.0542
.0532
.3559
.5434
.5242
.1395
.1985
.084
.1349
.152
...
.3222
.5195
.3994
.0627
.4816
1.0171
.6791
.7447
.3429
1.0729
.1205
.1235
.0735
.9365
.1402
.119
.2377
.1034
.1158
.003
.2476
.0948
.1069
.079
...
...
...
.0212
.4111
.0342
.0265
.0737
.0315
.0897
.0364
.0972
.0408
.1028
.0442
.117
.0466
.0521
.0536
...
Name
Tick
Sym Yld
GuggBull2024HY BSJO 5.0
GuggBS2027CorpBd BSCR ...
GuggBull2026CpBd BSCQ 2.7
GuggBull2023HY BSJN 5.1
GuggCdnEner
ENY 3.4
GuggChinaAllCap YAO 1.5
GuggChinaRE
TAO 1.3
GuggChinaSC
HAO 2.5
GuggChinaTech CQQQ 1.0
GuggDefEqty
DEF 1.9
GuggDJIA Div
DJD 2.2
GuggFronMkts
FRN 3.2
GuggS&P500EWCD RCD 1.6
GuggS&P500EWCnStp RHS 2.1
GuggS&P500EW RSP 1.7
GuggS&P500EWEner RYE 5.7
GuggS&P500EWFin RYF 1.4
GuggS&P500EWHlthcr RYH .6
GuggS&P500EWIndl RGI 1.6
GuggS&P500EWMat RTM 1.6
GuggS&P500EWTech RYT .8
GuggS&P500EWUtil RYU 3.0
GuggS&P500PureGr RPG .8
GuggS&P500PrVal RPV 1.9
GuggS&P400PrGrwth RFG .6
GuggS&P400PureVal RFV 1.4
GuggS&P600PrGrwth RZG .4
GuggS&P600PrVal RZV 1.2
GuggInsider
NFO 1.5
GuggIntlMltAst
HGI 3.4
GuggMSCIEMEq EWEM 2.5
GuggGlbTimber
CUT 1.7
GuggMC Core
CZA 1.6
GuggMltiAstIncm CVY 4.1
GuggMultiC
GMFL ...
GuggRayJamesSB1 RYJ 1.4
GuggS&P500EWRlEst EWRE 2.3
GuggS&P500Top50 XLG 2.1
GuggS&PGlbl
LVL 3.4
GuggS&PGlblWtr CGW 1.3
GuggS&PHiIncmInfr GHII 5.2
GuggS&PMC400EW EWMC 1.1
GuggS&P100EW OEW 1.5
GuggS&PSC600EW EWSC 1.0
GuggS&PSpinOff CSD 1.4
GuggShipping
SEA 4.2
GuggSolar
TAN 3.7
GuggTR Bond
GTO 2.6
GuggUltraShrtDur GSY 1.5
HartfordMultiDvxUS RODM 2.4
HartfordMultiEM ROAM 1.8
HartfordMultiGlbSC ROGS 1.5
HartfordMultiREIT RORE 1.9
HartfordMultiUSEqu ROUS 1.5
HartfordQualBd HQBD 2.5
HartfordTRBd
HTRB ...
HealthCareSelSect XLV 1.5
HrznsS&P500CovCall HSPX 1.4
HullTacticalUS
HTUS ...
IQ AustraliaSC
KROO 1.5
IQ CanadaSC
CNDA 1.6
IQEnhCoreBdUS AGGE 2.0
IQEnhCorePlusBdUS AGGP 2.2
IQ50%HdgFTSEEur HFXE 1.5
IQ50%HdgFTSEIntl HFXI 2.0
IQ50%HdgFTSEJapan HFXJ 1.1
IQGlbAgribusSC CROP 1.1
IQGlblOilSmCp
IOIL 3.5
IQGlobalResources GRES .4
IQHedgeEventDriven QED 2.1
IQHedgeL/STracker QLS .3
IQ HedMacrTrac MCRO ...
IQHedgeMktNeut QMN 1.4
IQ HedMultStra
QAI .0
IQLeadersGTAATrkr QGTA 2.8
IQMacKayShMuni MMIN ...
IQMacKayShMuniInt MMIT ...
IQMergerArbitrage MNA .2
IQRealReturn
CPI ...
IQS&PHYLowVolBd HYLV 3.6
IQ US RealEstSC ROOF 4.5
IndSelSectorSPDR XLI 1.7
InfraCapMLPETF AMZA 24.5
InfraCapREITPfd PFFR 17.4
InnovatorIBD50Fd FFTY ...
InspireCpBdImp
IBD 1.7
InspireGlblHope BLES 1.8
InspireS/MC Impact ISMD .8
iPathBloomAgriTR JJA ...
iPathBloomAlumTR JJU ...
iPathBloomCocoaTR NIB ...
iPathBloomCoffeeTR JO ...
iPathBloomCommTR DJP ...
iPathBloomCopperTR JJC ...
iPathBloomCottonTR BAL ...
iPathBloomEnergyTR JJE ...
iPathBloomGrainsTR JJG ...
iPathBlmIndMetalTR JJM ...
iPathBloomLeadTR LD ...
iPathBlmLivestkTR COW ...
iPathBloomNatGasTR GAZ ...
iPathBloomNickelTR JJN ...
iPathBlmPlatinumTR PGM ...
iPathBlPrecMetalTR JJP ...
iPathBloomSoftsTR JJS ...
iPathBloomSugarTR SGG ...
iPathBloomTinTR
JJT ...
iPathCBOE S&P500BW BWV ...
iPathAIGCarbon GRN ...
iPathEUR USD Ex ERO ...
iPathGEMSAsia8ETN AYT .6
iPathGSCI nts
GSP ...
iPathGBP USD Ex GBB ...
iPath MSCI India
INP ...
iPathPBAgriculture DIRT ...
iPathPBAluminum FOIL ...
iPathPBBroadCmod BCM ...
iPathPBCocoa
CHOC ...
iPathPBCoffee
CAFE ...
iPathPBCopper CUPM ...
iPathPBCotton
CTNN ...
iPathPBCrudeOil OLEM ...
iPathPBGrains
WEET ...
iPathPBIndstrMtls HEVY ...
iPathPBNickel
NINI ...
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
26.00
20.06
19.80
26.87
8.30
35.08
30.54
30.43
59.29
45.13
32.91
14.66
93.38
122.34
97.41
53.80
42.27
179.64
115.30
107.46
140.37
88.72
102.98
63.17
148.80
65.57
110.68
70.44
60.69
17.13
33.91
30.92
64.76
21.85
25.68
41.32
27.57
181.71
11.09
35.23
28.73
62.08
31.60
53.02
51.88
11.89
22.52
52.65
50.37
28.83
24.90
30.59
15.71
29.54
50.54
40.03
83.88
50.18
28.09
18.78
18.34
19.66
20.09
20.12
21.26
21.60
35.19
10.23
27.33
21.28
21.51
26.43
25.58
30.09
23.97
25.06
25.03
30.93
27.53
25.52
27.34
72.96
8.49
25.74
33.95
25.22
27.64
26.48
30.80
18.67
25.86
16.15
23.53
36.22
44.11
5.59
25.23
28.81
52.11
23.83
.28
14.07
18.75
58.23
30.20
28.28
45.73
75.98
9.58
43.32
40.99
14.05
34.45
82.83
30.14
29.11
27.76
31.30
11.68
34.70
29.22
15.30
31.65
32.77
19.76
+0.09
–0.06
–0.05
+0.10
–0.22
–0.15
–0.07
–0.20
–0.64
+0.18
+0.65
–0.21
+0.85
–1.19
+0.87
–0.31
+0.64
+3.98
+1.20
+0.95
+1.45
+0.63
+1.14
+0.92
+2.11
+0.54
+0.43
+0.61
+0.65
–0.12
+0.08
+0.05
+0.69
+0.15
+0.38
–0.18
–0.39
+1.26
–0.03
+0.11
–0.37
+0.28
+0.27
+0.51
+0.25
–0.08
+0.14
–0.12
+0.04
–0.02
–0.36
–0.24
–0.24
+0.30
–0.34
–0.05
+1.46
+0.30
+0.25
+0.09
–0.31
–0.09
–0.06
–0.03
–0.01
+0.12
–0.39
–0.56
–0.16
+0.03
+0.06
+0.08
–0.03
–0.02
+0.04
+0.01
–0.04
+0.09
–0.03
+0.08
–0.36
+0.90
–0.35
–0.38
+1.09
+0.02
+0.21
+0.18
–0.50
+0.03
+0.63
–0.27
–0.18
+0.48
–1.29
+0.20
–0.71
–0.06
+7.85
+0.31
–0.01
–0.14
–0.57
–0.56
–0.54
–0.84
–1.66
–0.43
+0.53
–0.29
–0.31
...
–0.03
–0.94
+0.33
–0.02
+0.09
+0.44
–0.13
+1.71
–0.76
...
–0.50
+4.64
+0.63
.1077
...
.0445
.1148
.0706
.5415
.4027
.7553
.5953
.8475
.1816
.4702
.3803
.6365
.41
.767
.1465
.2536
.4628
.4279
.2966
.6741
.2159
.3024
.2218
.2276
.1015
.2178
.9038
.146
.2121
.5152
1.0156
.2261
.4394
.5947
.1593
.9375
.0952
.4701
.3742
.1732
.122
.1268
.702
.125
.8349
.1148
.0636
.3461
.2191
.2293
.075
.1096
.1038
...
.3048
.0603
.2457
.2814
.2926
.0326
.0368
.0746
.1077
.1141
.3809
.361
.0967
.4573
.0584
...
.3478
.0005
.1651
...
...
.0613
...
.0758
.3086
.3159
.52
.3724
...
.0347
.127
.0548
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
.0222
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
Name
Tick
Sym Yld
iPathPBSofts
GRWN ...
iPathS&P500DynVIX XVZ ...
iPathGSCrudeOil
OIL ...
iPathS&PMLPETN IMLP 6.9
iPathSeasNatGas DCNG ...
iPathBBloomNatGas GAZB ...
iShAAA-ARtdCorpBd QLTA 2.7
iShA/PDividend DVYA 6.5
iShAgencyBond
AGZ 1.6
iShCMBSETF
CMBS 2.5
iShGovt/CreditBond GBF 2.2
iSh10-20YTreasBd TLH 1.8
iSh0-5YTIPSBd
STIP .5
iShCalifMuniBd
CMF 4.3
iShCommOptimized CMDT ...
iShAggrAllocation AOA 1.2
iShConsAllocat
AOK 2.4
iShCoreDivGrowth DGRO 2.0
iShCore5-10YUSDBd IMTB 3.2
iShGrwthAllocation AOR 1.4
iShCoreHiDividend HDV 3.4
iShCoreMSCIEmgMk IEMG 1.3
iShCoreMSCIEurope IEUR 3.2
iShMSCIIntlDev
IDEV ...
iShCoreMSCIPacific IPAC 2.2
iShModAllocation AOM 1.7
iShCoreS&P500ETF IVV 2.0
iShCoreS&PMdCp IJH 1.4
iShCoreS&PSmCpETF IJR 1.2
iShS&PTotlUSStkMkt ITOT 1.8
iShCore10+YUSDBd ILTB 4.7
iShCoreUSAggBd AGG 2.5
iShCoreUS REIT USRT 3.6
iShCurrHdgIntlHY HHYX ...
iShCurrHdgNikk400 HJPX 1.1
iShCurHdgMSCIACWI HACW 2.1
iShCurHdgMSCIUS HAWX 2.7
iShCurrHdgMSCICda HEWC 1.4
iShCurHdgMSCIEAFE HSCZ 2.5
iShCurHdMSCIEurozn HEZU 2.9
iShCurHdgMSCIItaly g HEWI 3.7
iShCurrHdMSCIJapan HEWJ 1.3
iShCurHdgMSCIMex HEWW 2.6
iShCurrHdgMSCISK HEWY .5
iShCurHdgMSCISpain HEWP 2.0
iShCurHdgMSCISwitz HEWL 4.2
iShCurrHdgMSCIUK HEWU 4.6
iShUSBasicMaterial IYM 1.8
iShUSConsumerSvcs IYC 1.2
iShUSConsumerGoods IYK 1.6
iShUSFinlServices IYG 1.3
iShUSHealthcare
IYH 1.1
iShU.S.RealEstate IYR 3.4
iShU.S.Utilities
IDU 2.8
iShUS Energy
IYE 4.7
iShUS Finls
IYF 1.4
iShUSHealthcarePrv IHF .2
iShU.S.Insurance
IAK 1.7
iShUSOilEquip&Svcs IEZ 12.1
iShUSPharmaceuticl IHE 1.1
iShUSRegionalBanks IAT 1.7
iShU.S.Technology IYW .9
iShUSMedDevices IHI .4
iShEdgeMSCIIntlMom IMTM 2.3
iShEdgeMSCIIntQual IQLT 3.6
iShEdgeMSCIIntSize ISZE 4.3
iShEdgeMSCIIntVal IVLU 2.4
iShEdgeMSCIMinVlAs AXJV 1.3
iShEdgeMSCIMnVlEur EUMV 3.6
iShEdgeMSCIMinJapn JPMV 1.6
iShEdgeMSCIMultif ACWF 1.6
iShEdgeMSCIMultInt INTF 3.0
iShEdgeMSCIMlIntSC ISCF 1.7
iShEdgeMSCIMultUSA LRGF 1.8
iShEdgeMSCIUSASC SMLF .8
iShEdgeMSCIUSASize SIZE 2.2
iShEmgMktDividend DVYE 8.6
iShEuropeETF
IEV 3.5
iShResidentRealEst REZ 3.5
iShGlobal100
IOO 2.8
iShGlobalREITETF REET 3.5
iShGoldTr
IAU ...
iShiBoxx$InvGrCpBd LQD 3.2
iShiBondsDec2020Cp IBDL 2.2
iShiBondsDec2018Cp IBDH 1.6
iShiBondsDec2019Cp IBDK 1.9
iShiBondsDec2017Cp IBDJ 1.0
iShiBondsDec2025Cp IBDQ 3.3
iShiBondsDec2024Cp IBDP 3.2
iShiBondsDec2021Cp IBDM 2.5
iShiBdsDec2021Muni IBMJ 1.3
iShiBondsDec2027Cp IBDS ...
iShiBondsDec2026Cp IBDR 3.2
iShiBondsDec2023Cp IBDO 2.9
iShiBondsDec2022Cp IBDN 2.7
iShiBdsDec2022Muni IBMK 1.5
iShiBdsMar18CpxFin IBCC 1.2
iShiBdsMar20CpxFin IBCD 1.8
iShiBdsMar23CpxFin IBCE 2.7
iShiBondsMar2020Cp IBDC 2.1
iShiBondsMar2018Cp IBDB 1.4
iShiBondsMar2023Cp IBDD 2.9
iShiBdsSep2020Muni IBMI 1.2
iShiBdsSep2018Muni IBMG .7
iShiBdsSep2019Muni IBMH 1.0
iShiBoxx$HYCpBd HYG 4.9
iShIntRtHdgCorpBd LQDH 2.5
iShIntRateHdgEM EMBH 3.9
iShIntRtHdgHiYdBd HYGH 4.4
iShIRHdg10+
CLYH 3.0
iShJPM EM LC Bd LEMB ...
iShJPX-Nikkei400 JPXN 1.1
iShLatinAmerica40 ILF 1.8
iShACWILowCarbon CRBN 2.0
iShMSCIAllPeruCap EPU 2.9
iShMSCIAustralia EWA 4.1
iShMSCIAustriaCap EWO 2.6
iShMSCIBRICETF BKF .7
iShMSCIBelgiumCap EWK 3.2
iShMSCIBrazilCap EWZ 1.3
iShMSCICanadaETF EWC 1.5
iShMSCIChinaSC ECNS 2.7
iShMSCIColombia ICOL 1.4
iShMSCI EAFE
EFA 3.1
iShMSCIEmgMarkets EEM .8
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
20.62
23.12
5.39
17.90
17.73
45.17
52.72
49.43
113.34
51.40
114.13
135.90
100.33
59.32
36.02
54.26
34.64
33.35
49.54
45.22
87.01
55.72
49.80
57.04
58.06
38.14
258.85
182.96
74.98
58.94
63.58
109.30
49.64
27.70
29.21
28.48
26.68
26.04
30.18
30.32
17.18
32.10
20.81
30.98
22.67
27.34
24.19
98.87
165.59
121.77
123.10
176.18
80.82
137.53
36.98
114.91
148.67
66.06
32.38
158.68
47.70
155.80
172.80
30.44
29.23
27.76
25.76
35.78
25.36
66.08
29.83
28.39
31.21
30.71
38.86
81.13
42.04
47.02
63.53
90.09
25.66
12.30
121.06
25.51
25.17
24.97
24.80
25.14
25.18
24.99
25.86
24.93
24.57
25.28
25.17
26.06
24.62
24.66
24.46
26.25
25.58
26.65
25.68
25.44
25.52
88.69
96.62
26.43
92.05
25.84
47.90
62.28
35.28
114.38
41.55
23.11
23.95
44.29
21.56
42.26
29.10
52.26
14.50
69.34
46.26
–0.13
–0.13
+0.04
–0.52
+0.31
+0.04
–0.24
–0.31
–0.39
–0.29
–0.43
–1.35
–0.16
–0.08
–0.05
+0.01
–0.07
+0.42
–0.22
+0.01
+0.64
–0.45
–0.36
–0.28
–0.06
+0.02
+2.22
+1.58
+0.39
+0.51
–0.56
–0.56
–0.61
+0.15
+0.43
+0.27
+0.07
+0.19
–0.06
–0.01
–0.14
+0.52
–0.19
–0.22
–0.08
+0.01
–0.05
+0.25
+0.36
–1.05
+2.17
+2.88
–0.75
+1.86
–0.27
+1.23
+6.74
+1.02
–1.68
+0.80
+0.97
+1.56
+3.59
–0.11
–0.15
+0.04
+0.02
–0.16
–0.33
+0.05
...
–0.15
–0.46
+0.24
+0.29
+0.68
–0.73
–0.32
–0.59
+0.18
–0.30
–0.24
–0.52
–0.03
...
–0.03
...
–0.09
–0.10
–0.08
...
–0.12
–0.15
–0.09
–0.07
–0.02
–0.03
+0.03
–0.08
...
–0.01
–0.13
–0.01
–0.02
–0.01
+0.36
+0.29
+0.08
+0.68
+0.14
–0.32
+0.08
–0.49
+0.05
+0.28
+0.15
+0.05
–0.31
–0.10
–1.08
–0.16
–0.70
–0.16
–0.23
–0.40
...
...
...
.3084
...
...
.1185
.7997
.1555
.1074
.2124
.2076
.0378
.2102
...
.157
.0697
.1649
.1303
.1613
.7317
.3609
.7912
.6775
.6389
.1618
1.2839
.6341
.2262
.2665
.2512
.2273
.4433
.0277
.1629
.2972
.3559
.1872
.3754
.4439
.3198
.2037
.2694
.0731
.2317
.5685
.5543
.4548
.4976
.4919
.4008
.4797
.6824
.9496
.4313
.407
.0724
.2806
.9763
.4495
.205
.3408
.1901
.3446
.5319
.5986
.307
.2348
.4614
.5131
.2433
.4202
.2627
.1351
.0811
.4552
.9023
.8243
.5544
1.2702
.2215
...
.3228
.0465
.0334
.0396
.0216
.0698
.0673
.0516
.0278
...
.0661
.0617
.0574
.0317
.0245
.0379
.0547
.0459
.0289
.0642
.025
.0152
.0202
.365
.1976
.0857
.3403
.0655
...
.3564
.3096
1.1585
.6053
.4699
.312
.1559
.3475
.2767
.2153
.6996
.1036
1.0617
.1917
M26
BARRON’S
October 23, 2017
Exchange-Traded Portfolios
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Name
Tick
Sym Yld
iShMSCIEmgMktSC EEMS
iShMSCIFranceETF EWQ
iShMSCIFrontier100 FM
iShMSCIGermanyETF EWG
iShMSCIGlblAgriPrd VEGI
iShMSCIGloblEnProd FILL
iShMSCIHongKong EWH
iShMSCIIndonesia EIDO
iShMSCIIrelandCap EIRL
iShMSCIIsraelCap EIS
iShMSCIItalyCapped EWI
iShMSCIJapanETF EWJ
iShMSCIJapanSC SCJ
iShMSCIKLD400Soc DSI
iShMSCIKokusaiETF TOK
iShMSCIMalaysiaETF EWM
iShMSCIMexicoCap EWW
iShMSCINetherlands EWN
iShMSCIPacificxJp EPP
iShMSCIPhilippines EPHE
iShMSCIPolandCap EPOL
iShMSCIRussiaCpd ERUS
iShMSCISaudiArabia KSA
iShMSCISingapore EWS
iShMSCISouthAfrica EZA
iShMSCISouthKorea EWY
iShMSCISpainCapped EWP
iShMSCISwedenETF EWD
iShMSCISwitzerland EWL
iShMSCITaiwanCap EWT
iShMSCIThailandCap THD
iShMSCIUSAESGSelct SUSA
iShMSCIUSAEqWeight EUSA
iShMSCIUK
EWU
iShMSCIWorldETF URTH
iShMorningstarLC JKD
iShMornLCGrowth JKE
iShMornLCValue
JKF
iShMorningstarMC JKG
iShMornMCGrowth JKH
iShMorningstarSC JKJ
iShMornSCGrowth JKK
iShMornSCValue
JKL
iShNatlMuniBdETF MUB
iShNewYorkMuniBd NYF
iShRussell1000Gwth IWF
iShRussell1000ETF IWB
iShRussell1000Val IWD
iShRussell2000Gwth IWO
iShRussell2000ETF IWM
iShRussell2000Val IWN
iShRussell3000ETF IWV
iShMicro-CapETF IWC
iShRussellMid-Cap IWR
iShRussellMCValue IWS
iShRussellTop200Gr IWY
iShRussellTop200 IWL
iShRussellTop200Vl IWX
iShS&P100
OEF
iShS&PMC400Growth IJK
iShS&P500Growth IVW
iShGlobalEnergyETF IXC
iShGlobalHealthcr IXJ
iShGlobalTechETF IXN
iShGlobalTelecom IXP
iShGloblFinancials IXG
iShS&P500ValueETF IVE
iShIntlDevProperty WPS
iShGlobalConsDiscr RXI
iShGlobalUtilities
JXI
iShGlobalMaterials MXI
iShGloblIndustrial
EXI
iShrsSP GSCI Cmdty GSG
iShS&PMC400Value IJJ
iShS&PSC600Value IJS
iShGlblConStaples KXI
iShNATech-Mult
IGN
iShNorthAmerTech IGM
iShShortNatlMuniBd SUB
iShSilver
SLV
iShTIPSBondETF
TIP
iSh10+YCreditBond CLY
iShTreaFRBd
TFLO
iShDowJonesUS
IYY
iShChinaLC
FXI
iShRussellMCGrowth IWP
iShUSBrokerDealers IAI
iShYdOptimizedBd BYLD
iSh0-5YHYCorpBd SHYG
JPM AlerianMLP
AMJ
JanusHenShrtDur VNLA
JanusVelTailLC TRSK
JanusVelVolLC SPXH
HancockConsDisc JHMC
HancockConsStpl JHMS
HancockDevIntl JHMD
HancockEnergy JHME
HancockMultFinls JHMF
HancockHealthcare JHMH
HancockIndustrials JHMI
HancockLC
JHML
HancockMatls
JHMA
HancockMC
JHMM
HancockTech
JHMT
HancockUtils
JHMU
JPM DivAlt
JPHF
JPM DivRetEM
JPEM
JPMDivRetEurCur JPEH
JPMDivReturnEurope JPEU
JPM DivRetGlEq JPGE
JPM DivRetIntl
JPIH
JPM DivRetIntlEq JPIN
JPM DivRetUS Eq JPUS
JPM Div US MC JPME
JPM Div US SC
JPSE
KnowldgLdrDevWrld KLDW
KraneBoseraChinaA KBA
KraneEFdChina KCNY
KraneEMCnsTech KEMQ
KraneMSCIChinaEnv KGRN
KraneSh1Belt1Road OBOR
KraneZacksNewChina KFYP
MadronaDomestic FWDD
MadronaGlobalBond FWDB
MadronaIntl
FWDI
MktVctDbLngEur URR
1.3
3.2
1.7
3.6
1.8
3.0
3.2
2.5
1.5
1.4
3.2
1.2
1.6
1.5
2.9
2.2
2.2
2.2
3.2
.6
.6
1.3
2.1
2.0
1.5
1.8
1.9
4.2
4.2
1.9
3.1
1.7
1.6
4.2
1.9
1.9
1.2
2.5
1.3
.6
1.3
.3
1.7
2.3
4.8
1.1
1.7
2.2
.6
.9
1.1
1.6
.8
1.7
2.0
1.2
1.7
2.1
1.9
.9
1.5
3.1
1.7
.8
3.4
2.4
2.4
2.6
1.4
3.6
2.3
1.8
...
1.6
1.3
2.2
.7
.6
1.0
...
.5
4.0
.9
1.7
1.8
.9
1.1
3.3
5.3
7.1
2.4
1.2
1.2
1.0
2.0
...
1.7
.9
1.1
.8
1.2
1.0
.8
.7
2.5
...
1.0
...
1.8
1.9
...
1.4
.7
...
...
.5
...
...
...
...
...
...
.6
3.2
1.7
...
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
50.76
31.04
31.75
32.63
28.60
20.22
25.11
26.71
46.00
50.14
30.76
57.52
74.85
95.23
63.37
32.14
51.97
31.60
47.39
37.24
26.80
33.69
25.31
25.21
61.14
72.58
33.08
36.28
34.85
37.80
87.20
107.32
53.41
34.98
85.76
154.46
149.61
101.93
178.81
194.42
168.54
173.37
148.08
111.09
56.11
128.67
143.12
120.64
181.40
149.98
125.43
152.58
95.27
201.52
86.30
69.69
59.02
50.88
113.81
208.05
147.14
33.72
114.55
147.95
59.96
68.20
110.02
38.57
102.98
51.93
66.96
90.70
15.01
155.02
149.93
102.56
46.56
161.26
105.88
16.08
113.41
61.93
50.18
128.80
46.14
116.60
57.83
25.11
47.78
27.29
50.34
30.15
35.21
28.60
25.91
29.90
27.07
35.27
31.07
33.96
33.60
34.17
33.04
39.91
28.45
26.05
57.71
28.84
60.97
60.92
29.92
59.02
68.80
62.24
29.09
32.43
33.96
34.69
24.95
25.54
25.27
41.77
50.99
26.24
30.61
18.88
–0.48
–0.03
–0.13
–0.21
–0.09
–0.09
–0.11
–0.29
–0.26
+0.29
–0.22
+0.14
–1.00
+0.65
+0.21
–0.34
–0.15
–0.28
+0.05
–0.56
–0.72
–0.59
–0.35
–0.02
–1.71
–0.26
–0.24
+0.27
–0.56
–0.02
–1.72
+0.76
+0.45
–0.37
+0.30
+1.65
+0.49
+1.01
+1.80
+1.18
+0.42
+1.36
+0.29
+0.05
+0.06
+0.96
+1.13
+1.04
+0.94
+0.61
+0.36
+1.21
–0.31
+1.62
+0.48
+0.55
+0.48
+0.48
+0.90
+2.18
+0.93
–0.15
+1.19
+1.00
+0.06
+0.66
+1.17
–0.16
–0.24
+0.32
–0.19
+0.73
–0.01
+1.01
+0.91
–1.69
+0.12
+1.02
–0.06
–0.33
–0.72
–0.46
–0.03
+0.91
–0.09
+1.23
+0.22
–0.05
+0.19
–0.86
+0.02
+0.10
+0.34
+0.28
–0.15
–0.07
–0.39
+0.53
+0.63
+0.50
+0.31
+0.03
+0.36
+0.44
+0.09
+0.02
–0.53
+0.09
–0.46
+0.02
+0.23
–0.15
+0.63
+0.56
+0.15
–0.09
–0.49
–0.11
–0.24
+0.15
–0.04
–1.26
+0.28
...
+0.09
+0.54
.3308
.4974
.2745
.5952
.2621
.299
.3999
.3294
.348
.3391
.4976
.3483
.6087
.3459
.9315
.3509
.5835
.3528
.7562
.1159
.0793
.219
.2598
.2571
.4654
.6454
.3112
.7563
.7282
.7007
1.368
.4626
.218
.7402
.8327
.7462
.4575
.6276
.5864
.3004
.5623
.1236
.6196
.2094
.224
.3646
.6023
.6626
.2669
.3485
.36
.6147
.1963
.8452
.441
.2026
.2501
.2633
.5362
.464
.5368
.5252
.9877
.6153
1.0263
.828
.656
.2481
.7165
.9426
.7603
.8228
...
.6176
.4746
1.1431
.0818
.2457
.0894
...
.0478
.2077
.0384
.563
.1759
.2592
.1657
.0692
.2125
.483
.0993
.09
.1022
.1367
.254
.4483
.2252
.163
.174
.142
.2099
.1763
.1275
.1312
.3546
.0046
.5931
1.0838
1.1156
1.1303
.4981
.8169
.4585
.4952
.0367
.1739
.4604
...
...
...
...
.7066
.3032
.0704
.5109
...
Name
Tick
Sym Yld
MkVctrDbShtEur DRR ...
MVEMInvGrade+BB IGEM 3.3
MasterIncomeETF HIPS 7.2
MatlsSelSectorSPDR XLB 2.1
MeidellTactical
MATH ...
MSCushMLPHI MLPY 9.3
MSMrkVecRnmnbi CNY ...
MSMktVectRupee INR ...
NashvilleAreaETF NASH 1.3
NatixisSeeyondIntl MVIN ...
NewfleetMultiUnBd NFLT 4.3
NuShESGUSAggBd NUBD ...
NuShEnhYd1-5Y NUSA 2.9
NuShEnhYdUSBd NUAG 3.0
OShFTSEAsiaPacQlty OASI 2.8
OShFTSEAsiaPacQlty OAPH 1.7
OShsFTSEEurQltyDiv OEUR 3.3
OShFTSEEurQltyDiv OEUH 1.8
OShFTSERussIntl ONTL 2.6
OShRussSC Qu OUSM 2.6
OShFTSEUSQuality OUSA 2.7
OppESGRevenue ESGL 2.3
OppenheimFclsSect RWW 1.2
OppGlbESGRevenue ESGF 2.5
OppenheimerLgCpRev RWL 1.8
OppenheimerMdCpRev RWK 1.1
OppenheimerSmCpRev RWJ .9
OppenheimUltraDiv RDIV 4.8
PIMCO25+YrZeroCoup ZROZ 2.7
PIMCO ActiveBd BOND 4.1
PIMCOBrdUSTIPSIdx TIPZ .8
PIMCOEnhLowDur LDUR 2.3
PIMCOEnhShMaturity MINT 1.7
PIMCO15+USTIPSIdx LTPZ 1.6
PIMCOIntermMuniBd MUNI 2.4
PIMCOInvGrdCorpBd CORP 3.1
PIMCO1-5USTIPSIdx STPZ .2
PIMCO1-3USTreaIdx TUZ 1.0
PIMCO DynMultEM MFEM ...
PIMCO DynMultIn MFDX ...
PIMCO DynMultUS MFUS ...
PIMCOShrtTrmMuniBd SMMU 1.6
PIMCO0-5YrHiYdCorp HYS 4.7
PwrShUsRealEst PSR ...
PwrShAerospace PPA 1.9
PwrShCEF Incm PCEF 6.4
PwrShCAAMTFrMuni PWZ 2.5
PwrShCNYDimSum DSUM 4.3
PwrShCleantch
PZD .2
PwrShContrarian CNTR .4
PwrShDBAgricFd DBA ...
PwrShDBBaseMtls DBB ...
PwrShDBComTr DBC ...
PwrShDBEnergy DBE ...
PwrShDBGold
DGL ...
PwrShDBOilFd
DBO ...
PwrShDBPrecMtls DBP ...
PwrShDBSilver
DBS ...
PwrShDB G10
DBV ...
PwrShDB USDBear UDN ...
PwrShDB USDBull UUP ...
PwrShDevEuroPac FXEP 5.3
PwrShDynBiot
PBE 1.8
PwrShDynBldg&Con PKB .1
PwrShDynEnerExpln PXE 1.6
PwrShDynFood&Bev PBJ 1.7
PwrShDynLCValue PWV 1.8
PwrShDynLeisure PEJ .3
PwrShDynMkt
PWC 2.1
PwrShDynMedia
PBS .6
PwrShDynNetwork PXQ .6
PwrShDynOilSvs
PXJ 1.8
PwrShDynPharm PJP .7
PwrShDynRetail PMR 1.5
PwrShDynSemicon PSI .1
PwrShDynSoftware PSJ ...
PwrShEmergInfra PXR 2.4
PwrShEM SovDebt PCY 4.7
PwrShEuropeCurr FXEU 1.0
PwrShFTSE US1000 PRF 2.1
PwrShDynLC Grwth PWB .5
PwrShAPac xJapan PAF 3.0
PwrShDevMkt xUS PXF 1.6
PwrShFTSERAFIDevMk PDN .9
PwrShFTSE EM
PXH 6.2
PwrShFinlPfd
PGF 5.4
PwrShFundHYCpBd PHB 3.9
PwrShInvGrdCpBd PFIG 2.6
PwrShGlbClEngy PBD 1.6
PwrShPrivateEqty PSP 13.7
PwrShGlbShtHYBd PGHY 5.0
PwrShIndia
PIN .6
PwrShIntlCorpBd PICB 1.5
PwrShNatAMTFrMuni PZA 3.0
PwrShNYAMTFrMuni PZT 2.9
PwrShS&PEM Mom EEMO 2.7
PwrShS&PIntlDev IDHQ 1.5
PwrShPfdETF
PGX 5.6
PwrShRussMC EW EQWM 1.5
PwrShRussMCGrw PXMG .5
PwrShRussMCVal PXMV 2.2
PwrShRuss1000EqWt EQAL 1.5
PwrShRussTop200 EQWL 1.5
PwrShRussTop200G PXLG .7
PwrShRussTop200Val PXLV 2.3
PwrShRuss2000EW EQWS 1.0
PwrShRuss2000Grw PXSG .3
PwrShRuss2000Val PXSV 2.1
PwrShS&P500Down PHDG 2.7
PwrShS&P500HiDiv SPHD 2.9
PwrShS&P500LoVol SPLV 2.1
PwrShS&PEMLowVol EELV 4.8
PwrShS&P500BW PBP 9.0
PwrShS&P500EnhVal SPVU 1.8
PwrShS&P500xRate XRLV 1.5
PwrShS&P500HiBeta SPHB 1.4
PwrShS&P500Mom SPMO 2.4
PwrShS&P500Qual SPHQ 2.5
PwrShS&PIntDev IDLV 2.5
PwrShS&PIntlDev IDMO 2.5
PwrShS&P400LowVol XMLV 1.5
PwrShS&P600LowVol XSLV 1.6
PwrShSrLoanPtf BKLN 3.6
PwrShTaxMuniBd BAB 3.9
PwrShTreaColl
CLTL ...
PwrShVRDOTxFr PVI .5
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
50.50
24.73
17.85
58.74
32.44
6.96
43.45
40.99
27.24
45.65
25.77
25.02
25.01
24.64
29.91
29.25
25.30
27.05
27.55
26.66
30.86
29.48
65.98
30.45
48.76
58.28
68.05
34.94
115.25
106.40
57.79
100.96
101.79
66.18
53.91
105.52
52.14
50.56
25.36
26.10
26.42
50.35
101.66
80.50
53.00
24.19
26.23
23.24
42.11
31.40
18.99
18.52
15.60
13.18
40.73
8.83
38.09
26.12
23.70
22.12
24.35
28.43
48.71
32.50
20.28
32.48
38.55
42.13
93.34
27.90
45.98
9.20
65.96
33.97
52.30
65.24
37.73
29.76
23.69
109.22
40.16
58.30
44.62
33.17
21.93
18.97
19.12
25.66
13.03
12.90
24.31
24.93
26.96
25.71
24.62
20.86
23.46
15.06
45.99
40.09
30.76
29.95
51.06
43.98
38.03
42.35
31.06
30.27
26.74
41.93
46.92
24.73
22.34
33.43
32.52
40.52
32.65
29.53
33.38
27.31
45.00
46.71
23.21
30.43
105.98
24.91
–0.25
+0.06
–0.20
+0.39
+0.26
–0.19
+1.78
–0.30
+0.45
–0.43
–0.04
–0.02
–0.04
–0.05
+0.11
...
–0.44
–0.68
–0.19
+0.11
+0.14
+0.21
+1.29
–0.08
+0.61
+0.55
+0.56
+0.47
–2.55
–0.32
–0.32
–0.11
+0.02
–1.08
+0.17
–0.49
–0.15
–0.04
+0.14
–0.04
+0.26
–0.10
+0.44
–0.72
+0.34
+0.01
–0.04
–0.36
–0.20
+0.95
–0.15
–0.23
+0.02
+0.21
–0.78
+0.04
–0.72
–0.36
–0.29
–0.17
+0.17
+0.66
–0.85
+0.57
–0.16
–0.17
+0.58
+0.04
+1.19
+0.13
–0.02
–0.32
–0.07
+0.36
+0.65
+0.74
+0.51
–0.12
–0.03
+1.12
+0.33
–0.16
–0.10
–0.36
–0.21
+0.04
+0.02
–0.06
–0.03
–0.03
+0.03
–0.06
–0.12
–0.03
+0.01
–0.15
–0.34
+0.02
+0.30
+0.64
–0.08
+0.08
+0.42
+0.14
+0.16
–0.19
+0.08
–0.14
+0.16
+0.25
+0.35
–0.23
+0.05
+0.40
+0.30
+0.44
+0.41
+0.21
–0.14
–0.12
+0.28
...
+0.01
–0.18
+0.02
–0.02
...
.0683
.1075
.3019
...
.1614
...
...
.1392
.117
.0933
...
.0597
.0624
.0698
.0417
.0695
.0415
.0598
.0581
.0698
.1684
.1907
.1887
.2178
.1559
.1592
.4168
.77
.29
.04
.19
.146
.09
.107
.274
.01
.043
...
...
...
.066
.40
1.6871
.2504
.1288
.0549
.0842
.0173
.0297
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
.3802
.2153
.0112
.0818
.1404
.1765
.0348
.4958
.0386
.0646
.0406
.1228
.1242
.0166
.0147
.2308
.1178
.0571
.5796
.0518
.4435
.1833
.0758
.3425
.0848
.0614
.056
.0513
.4409
.1021
.0357
.0327
.0648
.0585
.1402
.0852
.0708
.1693
.0496
.1666
.112
.1931
.0754
.2178
.102
.0258
.1566
.1812
.1004
.084
.2943
.50
.1489
.041
.1447
.1949
.1873
.2104
.1709
.1679
.1848
.0701
.0977
...
.0097
Name
Tick
Sym Yld
PwrShVarRtPfd
VRP
PwrShWldrClean PBW
PwrShWldrHill
PUW
PwrShZacksMicro PZI
PrincipalEDGEActv YLD
ProShDJBrkGlIn TOLZ
ProShHdgReplic HDG
ProShInflationExp RINF
ProShRAFI L/S
RALS
ProShS&P500xEner SPXE
ProShS&P500xFin SPXN
ProShS&P500xTech SPXT
ProShShtDow30 DOG
ProShShortEuro EUFX
ProShShXinhuaCh25 YXI
ProShShtFinls
SEF
ProShShortHY
SJB
ProShShMSCI EAFE EFZ
ProShShtMSCI EM EUM
ProShShtMC400 MYY
ProShShtOil&Gas DDG
ProShShortQQQ PSQ
ProShShtRE
REK
ProShShtRus2000 RWM
ProShShrtS&P500 SH
ProShSh7-10YrTr TBX
ProShShrtSC600 SBB
ProShSh20+Tr
TBF
ProShShtVIXST SVXY
ProShrUlBscMtls UYM
ProShUltBlmCrude UCO
ProshUltBlmNatGas BOIL
ProShrUlConsmrGd UGE
ProShrUlCnsmr
UCC
ProShrUltraDow30 DDM
ProShUlt Euro
ULE
ProShUltFTSEEurope UPV
ProShXinhuaChina25 XPP
ProShrUltraFnl
UYG
ProShUltraGold
UGL
ProShUltGoldMiners GDXX
ProShrUlHlthCr
RXL
ProShUltraHY
UJB
ProShrUltraInd
UXI
ProShUltBrazil
UBR
ProShUltMSCIEAFE EFO
ProShUltMSCIEM EET
ProShrUltraJapan EZJ
ProShrUMdCp400 MVV
ProShrUlOilGas
DIG
ProShrUltraQQQ QLD
ProShrUltraRE
URE
ProShrUltraRus UWM
ProShrUltraS&P
SSO
ProShrUlSemi
USD
ProShrUl7-10Trs UST
ProShUltSilver
AGQ
ProShrUlSmC600 SAA
ProShrUlTech
ROM
ProShUltTelecom LTL
ProShUlt20YrTr
UBT
ProShrUltraUtil
UPW
ProShUltVIXST UVXY
ProShUltraYen
YCL
ProShUltDow30 UDOW
ProShUltraProFin FINU
ProShUltMC400 UMDD
ProShUltRus2000 URTY
ProShUltS&P500 UPRO
ProShUltShtDow30 SDOW
ProShUltraProShFnl FINZ
ProShShtMC400 SMDD
ProShShtRus2000 SRTY
ProShUltProShS&P SPXU
ProUltProShrt20YTr TTT
ProShUlt3xCrudeOil OILU
ProShUlt3xShCrude OILD
ProShUltShtAUD CROC
ProShrUSBscMtls SMN
ProShUltBloomCrd SCO
ProShUltShBlmGas KOLD
ProShrUSCnsmrGd SZK
ProShrUSCnsmrSvc SCC
ProShUltShDow30 DXD
ProShUltShEuro EUO
ProShrUltShFTSEEur EPV
ProShXinhuaChina25 FXP
ProShrUSFnl
SKF
ProShUltShGold
GLL
ProShUltShGoldMin GDXS
ProShrUSHlthCr
RXD
ProShrUSInd
SIJ
ProShUltra7-10
PST
ProShrUltraBrazil BZQ
ProShrUS MSCI Jpn EWV
ProShUltMC400
MZZ
ProShrUS MSCI EM EEV
ProShrUSOilGas DUG
ProShUltShtQQQ QID
ProShrUSRlEst
SRS
ProShrUlShtRus TWM
ProShUltShtS&P500 SDS
ProShrUSSemi
SSG
ProShUltShtSilver ZSL
ProShrUlShtSmC600 SDD
ProShrUSTech
REW
ProShUltraSh20+ TBT
ProShrUSUtil
SDP
ProShUltShtYen
YCS
ProShsVIXMTFut VIXM
ProShsVIXSTFut VIXY
QuantHdgDivIncm DIVA
QuantUSMktNeuAnt BTAL
QuantMktNeutMom MOM
QuantUSMktNeut CHEP
REXGoldHdgS&P500 GHS
RealEstSectorSPDR XLRE
RealityDIVS
DIVY
ReavesUtilitiesETF UTES
RenaissanceIPOETF IPO
RivFrDynCoreIncm RFCI
RivFrDynUSDiv RFDA
RivFrDynUSFlex RFFC
RivFrDynUnconInc RFUN
RivFrStratIncm
RIGS
4.4
1.3
.6
1.3
4.6
4.3
...
3.8
1.9
1.8
1.9
2.2
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
.5
...
...
.6
.2
.8
...
...
...
.7
...
...
...
2.7
.0
...
...
...
...
.1
3.4
.0
.4
...
.4
.3
.9
...
...
...
2.3
1.4
1.3
...
...
...
.1
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
3.0
...
...
...
...
2.9
...
2.2
.2
2.1
1.0
.3
4.9
4.5
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
26.11
4.85
26.60
19.50
41.96
42.86
45.04
27.17
37.47
53.64
52.22
49.90
15.89
40.39
19.80
12.08
23.01
26.07
18.60
11.66
24.97
37.34
16.04
43.18
31.44
28.25
35.49
22.50
108.19
69.12
17.77
8.29
45.03
69.05
117.17
16.97
56.85
81.12
118.51
39.54
41.79
89.60
66.92
68.21
86.20
126.97
88.62
118.91
114.63
34.47
67.04
65.07
68.38
101.16
111.97
57.71
34.61
93.74
81.07
46.76
79.52
50.30
15.26
57.09
78.71
91.75
103.61
78.78
124.51
23.62
9.80
11.61
34.70
12.88
26.75
24.88
17.27
45.81
14.34
33.40
35.23
15.18
28.67
9.87
21.89
32.24
18.12
22.84
71.59
14.40
30.23
18.18
21.52
8.91
29.29
20.31
9.03
43.22
14.81
30.06
18.25
44.60
11.68
31.24
16.79
18.27
35.88
24.02
75.61
23.33
28.05
25.12
19.43
23.99
25.10
32.48
32.73
26.13
33.30
27.82
24.77
30.67
31.41
26.42
25.39
+0.04
+0.02
–0.30
+0.13
–0.13
–0.49
–0.03
–0.01
+0.17
+0.40
+0.53
+0.26
–0.32
+0.01
–0.13
–0.14
–0.10
+0.09
+0.16
–0.09
+0.34
–0.08
+0.11
–0.19
–0.26
+0.18
+0.03
+0.33
+4.53
+0.12
+0.22
–0.17
–0.84
+0.53
+4.46
–0.12
–0.41
–0.50
+2.63
–1.51
–2.29
+3.03
+0.41
+1.56
–2.51
–1.35
–1.41
+3.21
+1.92
–0.51
+0.30
–1.19
+0.55
+1.64
+2.07
–0.94
–1.47
–0.44
+1.92
–2.22
–2.40
+1.09
–1.46
–1.07
+4.28
+5.06
+2.42
+0.88
+3.01
–1.41
–0.54
–0.18
–0.47
–0.33
+1.18
+0.42
–0.37
+0.05
–0.04
–0.45
+0.72
+0.33
+0.25
–0.40
+0.20
+0.52
+0.04
–0.52
+2.61
+0.70
–0.92
–0.35
+0.33
+0.39
...
–0.27
+0.16
+0.62
–0.06
+0.55
–0.15
–0.76
–0.25
+1.27
–0.04
–0.41
+1.09
–0.63
+2.22
–0.69
–1.33
–0.12
+0.02
+0.49
–0.20
–0.28
–0.29
–0.09
–0.23
+0.36
–0.12
+0.24
+0.28
–0.02
–0.07
.0953
.0163
.0376
.0622
.1611
.4576
...
.2581
.1765
.2357
.2518
.2737
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
.0798
...
...
.0686
.0276
.2221
...
...
...
.2042
...
...
...
.4448
.0053
...
...
...
...
.0345
.2931
.0035
.0617
.0033
.0901
.0828
.1283
...
.0568
.0121
.2715
.2697
.1678
...
...
.0564
.0151
.0115
.0157
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
.1914
...
...
...
.2562
.2356
...
.18
.0157
.0434
.0243
.0085
.108
.0958
Name
Tick
Sym Yld
SPDRBlackstoneSrLn SRLN
SPDRBloomBarCvSecs CWB
SPDRBloomBarEMLoBd EBND
SPDRBloomBarcHYBd JNK
SPDRBloomBarcIntTm ITE
SPDRBloomBarInCpBd IBND
SPDRBlmBarIntTrBd BWX
SPDRBlmBarInvGrdFR FLRN
SPDRBlBarIssScCpBd CBND
SPDRBloomBarMtgBd MBG
SPDRBloomBarc1-10Y TIPX
SPDRBloomBar1-3MTB BIL
SPDRBloomBarSTHYBd SJNK
SPDRBloomBarSTInTr BWZ
SPDRBloomBarcTIPS IPE
SPDRBofAMLCrsOvCp CJNK
SPDRCitiIntGovBd WIP
SPDRDoubleTRTact TOTL
SPDREUROSTOXXSC SMEZ
SPDRFactSetInnTech XITK
SPDRGlobalDow DGT
SPDR Gold
GLD
SPDRLgDollarGold GLDW
SPDRMFSSysCore SYE
SPDRMFSSysGrowth SYG
SPDRMFSSysValueEqu SYV
SPDRMSCIACWIIMI ACIM
SPDRACWILowCarbon LOWC
SPDRMSCICAStrat QCAN
SPDRMSCIChinaA XINA
SPDREAFEFossilFr EFAX
SPDRMSCIEAFEStrat QEFA
SPDREMFossilFuelFr EEMX
SPDRMSCIEMStrat QEMM
SPDRMSCIDEStrat QDEU
SPDRMSCIJapanStrat QJPN
SPDRMSCIUSAStrat QUS
SPDRMSCIUKStrat QGBR
SPDRMSCIWorldStrat QWLD
SPDR NYSE Tech XNTK
SPDRNuveenMuniBd TFI
SPDRNuveenSTMuniBd SHM
SPDRHYMuni
HYMB
SPDRPtfAggBd SPAB
SPDRPtfEM
SPEM
SPDRPtfIntermCpBd SPIB
SPDRPortfolioLC SPLG
SPDRPtfLTCorpBd SPLB
SPDRPtfLgTermTrea SPTL
SPDRPtfMC
SPMD
SPDRS&P500Value SPYV
SPDRS&P500Growth SPYG
SPDRS&P500HiDiv SPYD
SPDRPtfSTCpBd SPSB
SPDRShtTermTrea SPTS
SPDRPtfSC
SPSM
SPDR Ptf TSM
SPTM
SPDRPtfWorldxUS SPDW
SPDRRuss1000LowVol ONEV
SPDRRuss1000Mom ONEO
SPDRRuss1000Yd ONEY
SPDRMomentumTilt MMTM
SPDRS&P1500ValTilt VLU
SPDR S&P500MidGr MDYG
SPDR S&P400MidVl MDYV
SPDRS&P600SmallCap SLY
SPDR S&P600SCpGr SLYG
SPDR S&P600SCapVal SLYV
SPDR Aero Dfns
XAR
SPDRS&PBank
KBE
SPDRS&PCapitalMkts KCE
SPDREmMktsDiv EDIV
SPDRS&P500Buyback SPYB
SPDRS&P500Fossil SPYX
SPDRS&PGlbDividend WDIV
SPDRS&PGlbInfr
GII
SPDRS&PGlbNatRes GNR
SPDRS&PHlthCareEqp XHE
SPDRS&PHlthCareSvs XHS
SPDRS&PInsurance KIE
SPDRS&PInternetETF XWEB
SPDRS&PNAmNatlRscs NANR
SPDRS&POil&GasEq XES
SPDRS&PRegionalBkg KRE
SPDRS&PSft&Svs XSW
SPDRS&PTechHardwr XTH
SPDRS&PTelecom XTL
SPDRS&PTransport XTN
SPDRGenderDivers SHE
SPDR US LC Low Vol LGLV
SPDR US SC LowVol SMLV
SPDRSSgAGlbAll GAL
SPDRSSgAIncmAllctn INKM
SPDRSSgAMultiAsset RLY
SPDRSSgAUltraShrt ULST
SchwabEM Equity SCHE
SchwabFundEmgLrg FNDE
SchwabFundIntLrgCo FNDF
SchwabFundIntlSmCo FNDC
SchwabFundUSBrd FNDB
SchwabFundUSLrgCo FNDX
SchwabFundUSSmCo FNDA
SchwabIntmUSTrsr SCHR
SchwabIntEquity SCHF
SchwabIntlSC
SCHC
Schwab1000Index SCHK
SchwabSrtTRmUSTrsr SCHO
SchwabUS AggrBd SCHZ
SchwabUS BrdMkt SCHB
SchwabUS Div
SCHD
SchwabUS LC
SCHX
SchwabUS LC Grw SCHG
SchwabUS LC Val SCHV
SchwabUS MC SCHM
SchwabUS REIT SCHH
SchwabUS SC
SCHA
Schwab US TIPs SCHP
SerenityShImpact ICAN
SitRisingRateETF RISE
SPDR DJRlEst
RWX
SPDR DJREIT
RWR
SPDRGlblRlEst
RWO
SPDR DJIA Tr
DIA
SPDR EurSTOXX FEZ
SPDR MSCI exUS CWI
SPDREmMktSmlCp EWX
4.0
3.3
4.2
5.0
1.4
.8
1.2
1.7
3.2
3.2
1.0
.8
5.4
.1
1.2
3.9
.7
2.9
2.5
...
1.7
...
...
1.2
.8
1.6
1.6
2.6
1.6
2.3
1.3
2.8
3.4
1.3
4.0
1.3
1.8
4.4
2.3
.5
2.1
1.1
3.7
5.3
1.6
2.7
7.4
6.2
5.0
4.0
9.5
5.9
4.0
1.8
1.2
3.8
9.5
2.3
1.8
1.8
3.2
1.6
2.1
1.1
1.6
1.2
1.0
1.4
1.5
1.4
1.9
6.3
1.2
1.8
3.2
3.3
2.3
.0
.2
1.3
...
1.2
5.1
1.4
.2
.6
2.2
.7
1.8
1.8
2.3
1.3
2.4
.8
1.4
1.8
1.3
2.0
1.6
2.2
2.1
1.2
1.7
2.1
1.6
...
1.2
2.5
1.6
2.8
1.8
1.3
2.4
1.0
2.3
.9
1.9
...
...
4.8
3.3
3.2
.9
1.4
2.4
.6
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
47.51
51.46
29.59
37.32
59.81
34.52
27.96
30.74
32.35
26.21
19.48
45.74
27.97
31.76
56.32
26.70
56.90
49.06
62.35
79.88
82.21
121.61
120.24
72.72
76.91
63.75
76.59
87.85
60.29
23.84
71.95
64.03
67.99
62.76
63.82
76.58
74.28
53.06
73.67
81.89
49.15
48.62
55.93
28.80
37.17
34.46
30.15
27.99
35.77
32.54
29.73
31.78
36.73
30.64
30.06
29.59
31.99
31.00
73.00
74.20
72.10
109.44
97.82
151.52
100.38
131.84
230.87
127.64
82.77
45.74
54.05
30.81
59.05
62.40
68.54
52.62
46.74
63.96
60.54
92.82
74.10
34.08
14.99
57.33
68.42
79.41
69.62
60.79
71.29
90.95
97.21
37.42
33.27
25.39
40.24
27.66
29.50
30.20
35.15
35.66
35.82
36.73
53.72
33.91
36.03
25.25
50.30
52.20
62.24
48.46
61.44
67.37
53.15
51.17
41.35
68.22
55.10
26.76
23.17
38.64
93.01
47.97
233.13
41.29
38.41
50.76
+0.09
–0.06
–0.21
+0.14
–0.21
–0.15
–0.28
...
–0.15
–0.08
–0.08
+0.01
+0.12
–0.35
–0.36
...
–0.59
–0.19
–0.53
+0.12
+0.21
–2.21
–0.59
+0.83
+0.58
+0.95
+0.12
+0.10
–0.36
–0.47
–0.30
–0.47
–1.56
–0.74
–0.47
+0.18
+0.75
–0.82
+0.36
+1.07
+0.01
...
–0.22
–0.11
–0.27
–0.10
+0.21
–0.22
–0.50
+0.19
+0.29
+0.21
+0.28
–0.01
–0.06
+0.11
+0.28
–0.16
+0.46
+0.76
+0.81
+0.35
+0.97
+1.61
+0.55
+0.88
+1.30
+0.79
+0.87
+1.06
+0.42
–0.76
+0.82
+0.41
–0.39
–0.10
–0.23
+0.99
+2.76
+1.18
–0.72
–0.25
–0.88
+1.35
+0.74
...
–0.35
+0.33
+0.77
+1.22
–0.03
+0.08
–0.06
–0.14
–0.06
–0.26
–0.20
–0.05
–0.26
+0.31
+0.37
+0.21
–0.27
–0.12
–0.43
+0.20
–0.05
–0.20
+0.50
+0.45
+0.51
+0.30
+0.58
+0.42
–0.66
+0.34
–0.34
+0.53
+0.18
–0.14
–1.51
–0.58
+4.40
–0.16
–0.18
–0.28
.16
.1395
.1042
.1566
.0716
.0242
.027
.0425
.0852
.0689
.016
.0318
.1261
.0035
.0579
.0876
.0347
.1167
.794
.8086
.3443
...
...
.2151
.1575
.2527
.6229
1.1213
.4785
.1366
.2396
.8896
.581
.4211
1.2655
.4913
.3404
1.1705
.8334
.0992
.0867
.0451
.1703
.1281
.3012
.0771
.5611
.1437
.1499
.3263
.7044
.4683
.3628
.046
.0291
.2839
.7566
.361
.3209
.3293
.5692
.4437
.5225
.4149
.4034
.3859
.5599
.4395
.3142
.1653
.2608
.4885
.1744
.2774
.5423
.856
.5406
.001
.0268
.2945
1.0654
.205
.1929
.2062
.032
.1249
.3803
.1036
.3195
.4179
.5639
.1204
.2002
.0532
.0464
.4884
.3938
.6084
.5548
.1926
.1907
.1103
.075
.7131
.5852
...
.0489
.1092
.2557
.3439
.2784
.2153
.3212
.1281
.2378
.1589
.0884
.1281
...
.3365
.7615
.3894
.1828
.1397
.4534
.1593
Name
Tick
Sym Yld
SpdrSPIntDiv
DWX 3.7
SPDR S&PMdCpTr MDY 1.7
SPDR S&P 500
SPY 1.9
SPDR S&P Biotch XBI .2
SPDR SP China
GXC .5
SPDR S&P Div
SDY 2.2
SPDR SP EmAsPac GMF .8
SPDR S&P Home XHB .7
SPDR IntlSC
GWX ...
SPDR S&P MtlMng XME .7
SPDRS&POilGasExpl XOP .9
SPDR S&P Pharm XPH .7
SPDR S&P Retail XRT 1.8
SPDR S&P Semi
XSD .6
SPDR STOXX Eu50 FEU .4
SPDRWelsFrg
PSK 5.4
SpinFieldUVAUncons FFIU ...
Whiskey&SpiritsETF WSKY 1.0
SprottGoldMiners SGDM .0
SprottJrGoldMiners SGDJ 1.6
SummitWaterETF WTRX ...
TechSelectSector XLK 1.4
TeucriumCornFund CORN ...
TeucriumSoybeanFd SOYB ...
TeucriumSugarFund CANE ...
TeucriumWheatFund WEAT ...
TierraXPLatAmRlEst LARE 1.9
TortoiseNAPipeline TPYP 4.7
2xLevLgETRACSWF LBDC 16.4
UBSNatGasMLPETN MLPG 6.0
UBS FIEnhGlbHY FIHD ...
UBS FIEnhLCGrw FBGX ...
E-TRACS DJ Cmd DJCI ...
UBSProSh3xInvCrd WTID ...
UBSProSh3xLgCrude WTIU ...
UBSWellsFargoETN BDCS 8.5
E-TRACS AlrInfr MLPI 7.0
USGlbGOGold GOAU ...
U.S.GlobalJetsETF JETS .5
USMktRotationStrat HUSE .5
ETRACS2xBDC BDCL 16.4
US3xOilFd
USOU ...
US3xShrtOilFd USOD ...
UtilitiesSelSector XLU 3.0
VanEckMerkGoldTr OUNZ ...
VanEckAfrica
AFK 2.2
VanEckAgribus
MOO 1.8
VanEckAMTFrIntMuni ITM 2.2
VanEckAMTFrLgMun MLN 2.9
VanEckAMTFrShMuni SMB 1.2
VanEckBDCIncome BIZD 8.6
VanEckBrazilSC
BRF 2.7
VanEckCEFMuni XMPT 4.8
VanEckChinaBond CBON 3.3
VanEckCSI300
PEK .4
VanEckSMEChiNxt CNXT ...
VanEckCoal
KOL .9
VanEckEgypt
EGPT ...
VanEckEM AggBd EMAG 4.5
VanEckEMHYBond HYEM 5.7
VanEckEnvironSvcs EVX .6
VanEckFallAnglHYBd ANGL 4.8
VanEckGaming
BJK 2.5
VanEckGlbAltEn GEX 1.7
VanEckGlblSpinoff SPUN 1.4
VanEckGoldMiner GDX .2
VanEckGreenBd GRNB .9
VanEckHiIncmInfra YMLI 7.5
VanEckHiIncMLP YMLP 8.3
VanEckHYMuni
HYD 4.6
VanEckIndiaSC
SCIF .9
VanEckIndonesia
IDX 1.0
VanEckIntlHYBd
IHY 3.5
VanEckInvtGrFR FLTR 1.8
VanEckIsrael
ISRA 1.4
VanEckJPMEMLCBd EMLC 5.7
VanEckJrGold
GDXJ 4.5
VanEckMornIntlMoat MOTI 1.0
VanEckMornWideMoat MOAT 1.0
VanEckMtgREIT MORT 7.4
VanEckNDRCMGLg LFEQ ...
VanEckNatRscs
HAP 1.8
VanEckOilRefin CRAK 2.6
VanEckOilSvcs
OIH 2.0
VanEckPoland
PLND 1.3
VanEckPreRefundMun PRB 1.2
VanEckPfdSecsxFin PFXF 7.3
VanEckRareEarth REMX 1.4
VanEckRetail
RTH 1.7
VanEckRussia
RSX 1.5
VanEckRussiaSC RSXJ 1.8
VanEckSemiconduc SMH .6
VanEckShHYMuni SHYD 3.1
VanEckSteel
SLX .9
VanEckUnOil&Gas FRAK .4
VanEckUranium
NLR 3.2
VanEckVietnam
VNM 2.1
VangdCnsmrDiscr VCR 1.5
VangdCnsmrStpls VDC 2.2
VangdExtMkt
VXF 1.0
VangdInfoTech
VGT 1.1
VangdMatrls
VAW 1.8
VangdSC Grwth
VBK .5
VangdSC Val
VBR 1.9
VangdDivApp
VIG 1.8
VangdEnergy
VDE 4.8
VangdExDurTreas EDV 2.8
VangdAWxUSSC VSS 1.6
VangdFTSEDevMk VEA 1.6
VangdFTSE EM VWO 4.7
VangdFTSE Europe VGK 1.6
VangdFTSE Pac
VPL 1.7
VangdFinls
VFH 1.8
VangdFTSEAWxUS VEU 2.2
VangdGrowth
VUG 1.2
VangdHlthCr
VHT 1.3
VangdHiDiv
VYM 2.9
VangdIndls
VIS 1.7
VangdIntermBd
BIV 2.6
VangdLC
VV 2.0
VangdLT Bond
BLV 3.7
VangdMegaCap MGC 2.1
VangdMegaGrwth MGK 1.3
VangdMegaVal
MGV 2.8
VangdMC
VO 1.4
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
40.65
333.57
257.11
85.62
106.09
93.65
102.60
41.19
35.10
33.15
33.30
43.18
40.65
67.61
35.55
44.69
24.99
30.49
20.72
34.35
31.25
61.10
17.19
18.49
9.30
6.30
31.10
23.04
17.40
23.85
165.67
206.60
15.46
24.53
15.69
21.31
23.71
12.50
30.98
40.07
17.39
29.60
18.54
54.86
12.63
23.58
60.04
24.19
20.12
17.54
17.36
25.40
27.05
22.80
46.98
35.46
14.94
30.24
21.95
24.88
87.10
30.34
42.18
61.53
23.85
23.23
26.81
13.66
24.12
31.24
59.64
23.75
25.81
25.27
30.08
18.96
33.27
35.79
41.04
25.14
25.24
35.86
27.65
23.82
20.36
24.57
20.02
27.24
81.63
22.14
43.33
98.38
24.40
44.13
14.44
53.01
15.46
145.13
138.52
108.86
157.94
132.89
155.55
129.61
97.21
92.25
116.49
116.01
43.95
44.81
58.41
70.29
67.22
53.56
135.39
155.91
83.25
137.71
84.40
118.11
93.31
88.27
106.72
73.71
150.23
–0.25
+2.84
+2.16
–1.04
–0.54
+0.86
–0.39
+0.89
–0.34
+0.30
–0.30
+0.10
+0.65
–0.02
–0.29
–0.04
–0.08
–0.60
–0.66
–1.84
–0.34
+0.60
–0.32
–0.38
–0.27
–0.18
–0.02
–0.57
+0.12
–1.13
–0.34
+2.88
–0.16
–0.50
+0.26
+0.05
–0.82
–0.54
–0.54
+0.35
+0.11
+0.53
–0.05
+0.71
–0.23
–0.37
+0.12
+0.03
–0.02
–0.02
...
–0.38
–0.19
–0.29
–0.24
–0.62
–0.04
+0.40
...
+0.10
+0.89
+0.10
–0.02
–0.51
–0.13
–0.61
–0.16
–0.49
–0.03
–0.05
–0.12
–0.33
+0.02
–0.03
+0.11
–0.17
–1.35
–0.32
+0.45
+0.20
...
–0.25
–0.29
–1.25
–0.55
–0.02
+0.05
–0.02
+0.27
–0.42
–0.06
+1.19
–0.09
+0.10
–0.12
–0.26
+0.16
+0.54
–1.60
+0.57
+1.41
+0.66
+1.03
+0.72
+1.18
–0.68
–2.28
–1.33
–0.20
–0.37
–0.44
+0.03
+1.28
–0.28
+0.22
+2.54
+0.89
+1.73
–0.44
+1.00
–1.01
+0.75
–0.03
+1.16
+1.36
.3788
1.4451
1.2346
.037
.2598
.5203
.3984
.07
.1582
.0601
.0712
.0723
.1822
.0942
.0317
.5991
...
.08
.0037
.5621
.1645
.2092
...
...
...
...
.05
.269
.7127
.3588
...
...
...
...
...
.4547
.4153
...
.1605
2.8247
.7127
...
...
.4172
...
.528
1.098
.0435
.0484
.0175
.3741
.676
.1081
.0635
.254
...
.132
...
.0832
.1178
.531
.1212
1.066
1.071
.324
.055
.0212
.2572
.50
.1209
.566
.247
.0762
.0379
.435
.0894
1.507
.37
.408
.465
...
.643
.713
.466
.027
.0244
.1222
.38
1.394
.005
.034
.576
.0626
.402
.063
1.719
.318
.536
.771
.285
.419
.613
.208
.617
.43
1.098
.822
.473
.179
.522
.231
.29
.305
.298
.411
.515
.602
.586
.1807
.585
.2878
.473
.353
.512
.508
Name
Tick
Sym Yld
VangdMCGrowth VOT .9
VangdMC Val
VOE 1.8
VangdREIT
VNQ 4.1
VangdS&P500
VOO 2.0
VangdS&P500 Grw VOOG 1.5
VangdS&P500Val VOOV 2.5
VangdS&PMC400 IVOO 1.4
VangdS&P400Grwth IVOG .9
VangdS&P400Val IVOV 1.3
VangdS&P600
VIOO .9
VangdS&P600Grwth VIOG 1.0
VangdS&P600Val VIOV 1.4
VangdST Bond
BSV 1.7
VangdSC
VB 1.5
VangdTaxExemptBd VTEB 2.0
VangdTelecom
VOX 3.7
VangdTotalBd
BND 2.5
VangdTotalStk
VTI 1.7
VangdTotlWrld
VT 2.0
VangdUtilities
VPU 3.2
VangdValue
VTV 2.6
VelocityShares3xIn DGAZ ...
VelocityShares3xLg UGAZ ...
VelocityLgLIBOR ULBR ...
Velocity3xInvCrude DWT ...
Velocity3xLgCrude UWT ...
VelocityShVIXShrt XIVH ...
VelocityShVIXTail BSWN ...
VirtusCumbMuni CUMB 2.3
VirtusEnhShrtUS VESH ...
VirtusLifeSciBio
BBC ...
VirtusLifeSciBio
BBP ...
VirtusNewDynCredit BLHY 4.7
WBIPwrFactorHiDiv WBIY 4.1
WBITacticalHiIncm WBIH 2.7
WBITacticalIncome WBII 2.7
WBITacticalLCG WBIE .5
WBITacticalLCS WBIL .6
WBITacticalLCV WBIF .6
WBITacticalLCY WBIG 3.0
WBITacticalRotatn WBIR .3
WBITacticalSMG WBIA .2
WBITacticalSMS WBID .4
WBITacticalSMV WBIB .4
WBITacticalSMY WBIC .4
WilshireMicroCap WMCR 1.5
Wlshr US REIT
WREI 3.4
WisdTrEM LocDebt ELD 5.0
WisdTreeMngdFutStr WDTI ...
WisdTrAsiaLocDebt ALD 1.7
WisdTrAPxJp
AXJL 7.2
WisdTrAustrDiv AUSE 5.7
WisdTrUSAggBd AGGY 3.0
WisdTrBloomFR USFR 1.0
WisdTrUSDBull USDU ...
WisdTrBrazilReal BZF ...
WisdTrCBOES&P500 PUTW ...
WisdTrChineseYuan CYB ...
WisdTrContComm GCC ...
WisdTrEmgCurr CEW ...
WisdTrEMxSOE XSOE .9
WisdTrEM HiDiv
DEM 8.6
WisdTrEM SC
DGS 5.4
WisdTrEuropeHdg HEDJ .1
WisdTrEuropeHdgSM EUSC .9
WisdTrEurQualDiv EUDG .8
WisdTrEuropeSC DFE 2.3
WisdTrGlbXMexico XMX 1.3
WisdTrGlbxUSDiv DXUS 2.0
WisdTrGlbxUSQual DNL 3.3
WisdTrGlbxUSREFd DRW 3.2
WisdTrGlbHiDiv
DEW 3.2
WisdTrIndiaEarn
EPI 1.2
WisdTrIntDivxFin DOO 2.9
WisdTrIntlEquity DWM 2.2
WisdTrIntlHdgQual IHDG 1.9
WisdTrIntlHiDiv
DTH 3.0
WisdTrIntlLC Div
DOL 2.3
WisdTrIntlMC Div DIM 2.4
WisdTrIntlSC
DLS 2.8
WisdTrJpnCapGds DXJC .8
WisdTrJpnHdgQuDiv JHDG .3
WisdTrJapanHdg DXJ .3
WisdTrJpnFinls
DXJF .0
WisdTrJpnHlthCare DXJH .1
WisdTrJpnRealEst DXJR .7
WisdTrJapanSC
DFJ .0
WisdTrUSDivxFin DTN 5.5
WisdTrUSDom WUSA 2.8
WisdTrUSEarn500 EPS 1.7
WisdTrUSHiDiv
DHS 4.0
WisdTrUSLCDivFd DLN 3.2
WisdTrUSLCValueFd EZY 1.5
WisdTrUSMCDivFd DON 3.9
WisdTrUSMCEarn EZM 1.1
WisdTrUSSCDiv
DES 4.4
WisdTrUSSCEarn EES .9
WisdTrUSTotalDivFd DTD 3.2
WisdTrUSTotalEarn EXT 1.7
WorkplaceEquality EQLT 1.3
XtrkrsCSI300ChinaA ASHX 12.7
XtrkrsFTSEDevXus DEEF 3.8
XtrkrsFTSEEmgComp DEMG 6.3
XtrkrsHarvCSI300 ASHR .6
XtrkrsHarvCSI500 ASHS ...
XtrkrsJpnJPXNik400 JPN 1.8
XtrkrsMSCIAllChina CN 8.1
XtrkrsMSCIAWxUS DBAW 2.3
XtrkrsMSCIAWxUSHi HDAW 5.1
XtrkrsMSCIAPxJapan DBAP 1.4
XtrkrsMSCIBrazil DBBR 2.0
XtrkrsMSCIEAFE DBEF 3.6
XtrkrsMSCIHiDiv HDEF 3.5
XtrkrsMSCIEM DBEM .3
XtrkrsMSCIEurope DBEU 2.7
XtrkrsMSCIEurozone DBEZ 3.3
XtrkrsMSCIGermany DBGR 2.5
XtrkrsMSCIJapan DBJP 4.2
XtrkrsMSCIMexico DBMX ...
XtrkrsMSCISKorea DBKO ...
XtrkrsMSCIUK
DBUK 1.4
XtrkrsMuniInfra RVNU 2.5
XtrkrsRussell1000 DEUS 1.4
XtrkrsRussell2000 DESC 1.1
XtrkrsUSDHYCorpBd HYLB 5.3
YieldShHiIncome YYY 7.8
Div
Last Chg. Amt.
124.72
107.75
83.65
236.16
131.95
105.90
123.50
128.97
118.95
137.14
142.56
129.24
79.65
143.60
51.78
91.59
81.69
132.42
72.12
120.85
102.48
26.02
10.36
27.57
22.51
16.41
67.89
18.25
25.72
23.89
28.10
41.26
25.08
25.16
24.81
25.43
24.75
25.99
27.24
24.34
25.29
24.94
23.78
25.75
21.69
33.96
47.17
38.37
39.00
45.55
68.85
57.67
50.72
25.02
26.11
18.80
29.54
25.50
18.94
18.97
30.53
44.01
49.61
65.04
30.88
26.52
69.42
28.66
26.53
57.56
31.86
47.63
26.25
42.86
55.01
31.10
43.99
49.94
67.33
74.63
27.47
28.37
56.74
24.96
35.61
15.09
75.73
86.32
28.83
89.47
71.42
88.91
77.92
101.47
37.88
85.43
35.56
89.66
91.70
35.13
22.16
29.10
28.52
30.07
36.24
28.10
36.77
27.81
26.58
28.62
12.19
31.66
24.95
24.06
28.69
30.73
28.33
42.22
20.67
31.23
22.08
27.02
30.93
34.22
51.29
19.90
+1.14
+0.96
–1.14
+2.02
+0.79
+1.12
+1.05
+1.26
+0.65
+0.91
+0.91
+0.76
–0.13
+0.83
–0.02
+0.04
–0.36
+1.06
+0.13
+1.54
+1.53
+1.30
–0.63
+1.10
–0.50
+0.30
+2.42
+0.06
–0.01
...
–0.85
–0.20
–0.09
+0.31
–0.02
–0.16
+0.24
+0.16
+0.10
+0.27
...
+0.31
+0.29
+0.28
+0.13
–0.30
–0.18
–0.21
+0.15
...
–0.21
+0.33
–0.20
–0.03
+0.20
–0.10
–0.05
–0.31
–0.10
–0.09
–0.21
–0.33
–0.95
–0.16
–0.02
–0.36
–0.78
+0.01
+0.56
–0.35
–0.34
+0.01
–0.14
–0.24
–0.10
–0.12
–0.14
–0.12
–0.18
–0.68
+0.53
+0.50
+0.97
+0.46
+0.92
+0.09
–0.94
+0.45
+0.12
+0.93
+0.48
+0.89
+1.14
+0.47
+0.43
+0.24
+0.26
+0.64
+0.82
+0.23
+0.21
–0.14
–0.09
–0.32
–1.14
...
–0.32
+0.11
–0.02
–0.12
–0.03
+0.13
–0.11
–0.08
–0.02
...
–0.05
+0.67
–0.05
+0.08
...
+0.03
+0.25
+0.23
+0.14
–0.03
.289
.483
.854
1.176
.495
.658
.425
1.158
1.501
1.185
.356
.449
.1097
.533
.086
.84
.1682
.553
.354
.963
.675
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
.1472
...
...
...
.0992
.2565
.0566
.0567
.0294
.0388
.0441
.0601
.0162
.0118
.0253
.0258
.0079
.4994
.4027
.16
...
.065
1.245
.815
.1275
.02
...
...
.241
...
...
...
.07
.95
.675
.02
.07
.05
.405
.095
.13
.48
.255
.38
.08
.31
.305
.145
.335
.29
.41
.52
.055
.02
.045
.0014
.0049
.025
.0017
.395
.20
.38
.24
.235
.29
.33
.105
.315
.08
.24
.38
.4575
2.8168
.2762
.4478
.1714
...
.2501
2.9889
.3234
.3416
.2002
.1239
.5656
.2155
.032
.3808
.5108
.3479
.8871
.0537
.0469
.1548
.0565
.1089
.096
.2284
.13
October 23, 2017
BARRON’S
Foreign Markets
Complete FOREIGN EXCHANGE LIST: Page M38
Europe
Key Cross Rates $1=€0.8487, ¥113.52, £0.7583
Asia
GLOBAL STOCK MARKETS
Europe Drops: Dragged down by German and
U.K. shares, European stocks fell 0.3%.
-0.32%
S&P Europe BMI
Denmark
1.21
Sweden
1.09
Finland
1.09
France
0.31
Belgium
0.21
Norway
0.19
-0.25
Germany
-0.29
U.K.
-0.30
Italy
-0.36
Netherlands
-0.37
Spain
-0.81
Switzerland
-1.17
In Local Currencies
Index
The World
E.A.F.E.2
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Canada
Denmark
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hong Kong
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Portugal3
Singapore
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
U.K.
U.S.A.
Week's
% Chg.
10/20
0.7
0.5
1.7
0.9
0.4
0.5
1.6
1.4
0.4
–0.1
–1.7
0.1
–0.1
–0.3
1.6
–0.4
1.1
0.7
–0.7
0.6
–0.2
1.6
–0.8
–0.3
0.9
1542.7
1148.6
1191.7
663.7
1314.4
2029.3
8589.2
710.4
1931.5
1054.5
59.1
16718.0
224.6
760.0
1026.6
1673.3
130.7
2912.6
91.1
1731.7
981.3
13152.7
1230.3
2181.5
2451.7
52-wk Range
1542.7– 1265.3
1149.6– 950.5
1214.7– 1036.8
665.2– 444.3
1319.9– 1139.8
2035.4– 1848.6
8603.1– 6662.5
734.2– 575.4
1938.2– 1560.5
1060.0– 863.0
74.1– 49.3
16865.5– 12932.6
242.9– 203.3
774.0– 566.9
1026.6– 779.2
1686.1– 1335.9
137.7– 124.5
2912.6– 2304.1
93.1– 75.6
1744.2– 1424.1
1058.5– 803.0
13152.7– 10815.2
1240.6– 1010.9
2194.7– 1946.3
2451.7– 1986.3
Greece
In U.S. Dollars
Week's
% Chg.
10/20
52-wk Range
0.4
–0.3
0.7
0.5
0
–0.5
1.2
1.0
0
–0.5
–2.1
0.1
–0.5
–0.7
0.2
–0.8
–2.2
–0.5
–1.1
–0.1
–0.7
0.9
–1.7
–1.2
0.9
2035.6
1997.7
832.0
1478.0
1920.2
1740.9
10201.2
555.4
1924.3
2325.3
25.8
11903.5
201.9
289.2
3263.6
3219.2
138.2
2606.7
70.4
3916.6
486.6
8341.4
5372.5
1199.0
2451.7
2035.6– 1660.1
2006.0– 1614.2
837.1– 708.7
1480.1– 923.9
1922.9– 1496.7
1756.4– 1489.3
10254.0– 7099.8
555.4– 411.6
1933.2– 1433.4
2339.1– 1752.0
31.7– 19.9
12001.5– 9260.2
205.4– 171.2
296.4– 193.7
3289.5– 2687.6
3244.2– 2347.3
153.1– 134.4
2620.6– 1971.7
72.8– 53.1
3945.4– 3110.6
508.4– 357.1
8341.4– 6246.9
5467.9– 4343.8
1213.3– 1010.5
2451.7– 1986.3
Source: S&P DJ Indices
Amsterdam AEX
Athens General
Bangkok SET
Bombay Sensex
Brussels Bel-20
Year-to-Date
Chg.
% Chg.
Week’s
%Chg.
544.63
–0.29
+61.46+12.72
–1.59
+105.59+16.41
1692.58
–1.16
+149.64 +9.70
Milan FTSE All Share
32389
–0.13 +5763.50+21.65
4082.98 +0.32
+476.62+13.22
Buenos Aires Merval
26978
–0.60
+10061+59.47
Caracas General
588.61 +10.22
–31116–98.14
Colombo All Share
6572.70
–0.90
+344.44 +5.53
Copenhagen OMX 20
1041.31 +1.52
+157.35+17.80
Dublin ISEQ
6789.78
+272.54 +4.18
EURO STOXX SXXE
EURO STOXX 50 SXSE
Frankfurt DAX
Helsinki OMHX
Hong Kong Hang Seng
390.92
–0.69
–0.02
3605.09 +0.01
12991
+40.66+11.61
+314.57 +9.56
... +1510.22+13.15
9902.00 +0.97 +1000.48+11.24
28487 +0.04 +6486.68+29.48
Istanbul IMKB
108488 +2.13
+30350+38.84
Jakarta Composite
5929.55 +0.09
+632.84+11.95
Johannesburg All Share
Manila Composite
749.23
57948 +0.12 +7295.12+14.40
Moscow RTS
Week’s
%Chg.
8420.95
Year-to-Date
Chg.
% Chg.
–0.32 +1580.31+23.10
49988 +0.01 +4345.81 +9.52
24721
–0.29 +3785.27+18.08
–1.92
–17.88 –1.55
874.23 +0.42
+109.57+14.33
Paris CAC
5372.38 +0.39
+510.07+10.49
Santiago Selective
4193.12 +1.16
+969.96+30.09
Oslo Composite
Sao Paulo Bovespa
1134.45
–0.78
+16163+26.84
Seoul Composite
2489.54 +0.64
+463.08+22.85
Shanghai Composite
3378.65
–0.35
+275.01 +8.86
Shenzhen B Share Idx
1206.21
–0.59
+78.51 +6.96
Singapore FTSE STI
3340.73 +0.65
+459.97+15.97
Stockholm OMXS
STOXX Europe 50 SXSP
STOXX Europe 600 SXXP
Sydney S&P/ASX 200
Taipel Weighted
Tel Aviv 125 Index
Tokyo Nikkei-225
76390
593.32 +0.96
+58.76+10.99
3185.46
–0.45
+174.91 +5.81
390.13
–0.33
+28.71 +7.94
5907.00 +1.60
+241.20 +4.26
10728 +0.04 +1475.38+15.94
1309.88
–0.17
+27.51 +2.15
21457 +1.43 +2343.27+12.26
Kuala Lumpur Composite
1740.65
–0.84
+98.92 +6.03
15857 +0.32
+569.63 +3.73
LISBON PSI
2981.94
–0.42
+461.79+18.32
Vienna ATX
3383.15 +0.22
+764.72+29.21
London FTSE - 100
7523.23
–0.16
+380.40 +5.33
Wellington S&P/NZX 50
8129.55 +0.50 +1248.33+18.14
10222
–0.34
+870.60 +9.31
Zurich Swiss
9237.13
Madrid IBEX 35
0.71%
Australia
1.68
Japan
1.26
South Korea
0.59
Singapore
0.56
New Zealand
0.47
India
0.12
Hong Kong
0.12
Taiwan
-0.14
0.08
China
-0.42
Malaysia
-0.46
Philippines
-0.58
Indonesia
-1.40
Thailand
Toronto S&P/TSX
Source: S&P DJ Indices
S&P Global Broad Market Indices
Most Recent
Close
Mexico City IPC
S&P Pan Asia BMI
Indexes based on S&P Global Broad Market Indices
KEY FOREIGN STOCK MARKET INDEXES
Most Recent
Close
Tokyo Wins: Good economic news and a likely
Abe election lifted Japanese shares 1%.
1
Base Jan. 1, 1970=1001Adjusted for foreign exchange fluctuations relative to the U.S. $.
2Europe, Australasia, Far East Index.3Base: Jan. 1, 1988=100.
Source: Morgan Stanley Capital International Perspective, Geneva.
Indexes based on S&P Global Broad Market Indices
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M27
–0.80 +1017.26+12.38
Indexes are based on local currencies. Because of various holidays and other market closings, the most recent close is not necessarily
that of the week of publication.
Region/
Country
S&P Global
Indexes,
Local Curr.
10/20/17
Americas
Brazil
801.43
Canada
488.24
Chile
424.34
Mexico
828.90
U.S.
26697.94
Latin America
Europe
Austria
336.98
Belgium
441.85
Denmark
1683.11
Finland
1474.26
France
403.64
Germany
506.11
Greece
20.31
Ireland
641.22
Italy
226.19
Netherlands
573.76
Norway
585.07
Portugal
65.65
Russia
1673.26
Spain
460.38
Sweden
1137.44
Switzerland
542.50
United Kingdom
301.95
South Africa
954.90
Pacific Region
Australia
417.51
China
502.91
Hong Kong
501.32
India
1019.52
Japan
134.55
Malaysia
270.95
New Zealand
275.95
Philippines
433.19
Singapore
182.64
South Korea
910.63
Taiwan
106.80
Thailand
374.99
Euro Zone
Europe Developed (ex U.K.)
Europe (Nordic)
Pacific (ex. Japan)
World (ex US)
S&P Global Broad Market Indices
GLOBAL DOW
Indexes based on 12/31/91=1000.
Wkly
% Chg.
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
0.66
0.29
0.91
0.06
0.80
0.45
0.21
1.21
1.09
0.31
0.25
1.17
0.64
0.30
0.36
0.19
0.33
1.47
0.37
1.09
0.81
0.29
0.05
1.68
0.14
0.12
0.12
1.26
0.42
0.47
0.46
0.56
0.59
0.08
1.40
S&P Global
Indexes,
U.S. $
10/20/17
289.10
280.27
492.33
295.54
352.16
26697.94
295.08
402.28
329.68
432.29
1671.88
1442.35
394.91
495.16
21.75
627.34
221.30
561.34
511.70
70.30
220.55
450.41
987.61
805.21
263.74
339.00
234.75
473.88
606.14
498.27
614.62
148.11
167.91
374.18
335.91
219.72
1364.64
115.39
544.63
151.99
513.03
1013.03
322.93
210.93
247.90
2969.47
Wkly
% Chg.
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
0.66
1.74
0.70
0.23
0.67
0.80
1.26
0.73
0.86
0.20
0.80
0.68
0.10
0.66
1.57
1.05
0.71
0.77
1.03
0.73
1.90
0.78
0.40
1.73
1.16
2.92
0.00
0.77
0.10
0.18
0.18
0.08
0.50
2.77
0.59
0.15
0.40
0.12
1.63
0.46
0.57
0.37
0.06
0.46
0.17
0.45
SP Global
Indexes,
U.S. $ on
12/31/16
Point
Chg.
From
12/31/16
% Chg.
From
12/31/16
251.96
217.90
446.00
214.33
299.01
23276.73
234.30
331.52
224.02
352.36
1260.70
1167.46
313.92
394.91
18.39
526.92
170.13
428.99
427.30
56.04
216.94
368.43
798.14
682.66
232.55
301.20
190.86
418.55
426.76
401.18
459.79
127.03
144.84
328.83
286.87
177.74
1018.14
92.01
458.60
120.67
412.03
808.12
252.84
174.36
210.58
2531.51
37.14
62.37
46.33
81.20
53.15
3421.21
60.78
70.76
105.66
79.93
411.18
274.89
80.98
100.25
3.35
100.42
51.17
132.34
84.40
14.26
3.60
81.98
189.46
122.55
31.19
37.80
43.89
55.33
179.38
97.08
154.82
21.08
23.07
45.34
49.04
41.97
346.50
23.39
86.03
31.32
101.00
204.90
70.09
36.57
37.32
437.96
14.74
28.62
10.39
37.89
17.78
14.70
25.94
21.34
47.17
22.68
32.61
23.55
25.80
25.38
18.23
19.06
30.08
30.85
19.75
25.45
1.66
22.25
23.74
17.95
13.41
12.55
22.99
13.22
42.03
24.20
33.67
16.59
15.93
13.79
17.09
23.61
34.03
25.42
18.76
25.95
24.51
25.36
27.72
20.97
17.72
17.30
s2017 S&P Dow Jones Indices. All Rights Reserved.
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October 23, 2017
Mutual Funds
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
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A
AB Funds:
AllMktRlRtnPtZ 8.81 -0.03
15.05 -0.06
IntDurInstl
IntlStraEquPtZ 12.94 -0.05
MuniIncmShares 11.59 0.02
AB Funds - A:
BalWlthStrA p 14.77 -0.05
GlobalBondA p 8.42 -0.01
76.53 0.89
GrowthA p
HighIncomeA p 8.95 0.00
47.72 0.55
LgCpGrA p
NtlMuA p
10.34 0.01
RelatValA p
6.31 0.08
SmMdCpGrA p 10.77 0.07
SustGlblThemGrA p 111.32 -0.49
AB Funds - ADV:
GlbBd
8.41 -0.01
HiIncmAdv
8.96 0.00
IntlSmCapPtADV 12.89 -0.07
IntlStraEquPtADV 12.92 -0.05
IntmedDivMuni 14.43 0.00
51.64 0.59
LgCpGrAdv
SelectUSLgShrt 13.00 0.08
SmCapCorePortADV 12.47 0.09
11.43 0.07
SmMdCpGr
SmMidCpValAdv 23.79 0.16
TxMgdWlthAppAdv 17.61 0.08
16.92 0.08
WlthApprStr
AB Funds - C:
HighIncomeC p 9.05 0.00
AB Funds - I:
GlbBd
8.41 -0.01
AB Funds - K:
AllMktRtrn1
8.74 -0.03
Acadian Emerging Markets:
AcadnEm Inv 22.05 -0.22
AdvisorTwo:
10.50 -0.01
FrTRInst
AIG Funds:
19.15 0.26
FDivStII t
Akre Funds:
AkreFocusInst 31.92 0.04
AkreFocusRtl 31.33 0.04
Alger Funds A:
25.29 0.08
CapApr
20.95 0.06
SpectraN
Alger Funds Inst:
33.22 0.10
CapApprI
Allianz Fds Admin:
77.37 0.46
RCMTechI
Allianz Fds Instl:
18.53 0.27
NFJDivVal
28.36 0.14
SmCpVl
Allianz Funds A:
18.42 0.27
NFJDivVal t
25.73 0.13
SmCpV A
Alpine Funds:
10.04 0.00
TxOptInc
Amana Income:
AmanaIncm n 51.71 0.37
AmanaGrowth n:
AmanaGrowth n 37.17 0.32
Amer Beacon Insti:
20.80 -0.06
IntlInst
31.21 0.38
LgCapinst
28.77 0.37
LgCpVal Inst
SmCpInst
29.49 0.25
Amer Beacon Inv:
29.13 0.35
LgCapInv
28.44 0.24
SmCapInv
American Century A:
EqIncA p
9.60 0.03
18.41 0.24
MdCapVal p
American Century C:
EqIncC p
9.60 0.03
American Century G:
10.38 -0.02
GlBond
11.59 -0.07
InfAdjBd
NT MdCapVal 14.33 0.19
NTCoreEquityPlus 16.32 0.24
NTDvBnd
10.77 -0.05
13.93 0.20
NTEqGrp
18.18 0.08
NTGrwth
14.47 0.12
NTHeritage
12.32 -0.13
NT IntlGr
10.58 -0.05
NTIntlVal
NTLgVal
12.25 0.09
American Century I:
10.79 -0.05
DivBnd
EqInc
9.61 0.03
35.16 0.15
Growth
11.40 -0.01
IntTF
MdCapVal
18.46 0.25
OneChoice2020 12.45 -0.24
OneChoice2025 14.75 -0.31
OneChoice2030 12.87 -0.24
OneChoice2035 16.06 -0.32
OneChoice2040 13.53 -0.26
OneChoice2045 16.97 -0.34
6.4 -7.6
3.4 8.5
27.6 NS
8.2 18.1
9.4
2.6
27.7
8.0
26.0
5.3
13.9
22.9
30.1
17.3
9.7
52.8
18.5
55.1
9.3
39.1
38.2
42.1
2.7
8.2
27.9
27.7
3.4
26.3
8.9
6.3
23.0
8.1
18.6
17.6
10.6
19.4
NS
NS
NS
56.3
16.5
NS
38.9
40.9
29.9
28.0
7.2 15.5
2.7 10.6
6.2 -8.3
33.8 24.4
4.0
9.1
13.8 37.4
25.7 53.1
25.4 51.8
26.1 46.8
25.8 46.7
25.8 46.5
43.0 72.5
12.1 27.8
8.7 28.1
11.8 26.5
8.4 26.7
0.8
2.0
16.8 34.6
23.7 46.2
20.5
13.2
10.3
6.7
19.6
33.0
38.8
40.6
12.9 31.7
6.5 39.2
10.1 41.0
8.1 42.1
9.5 37.9
NS
NS
8.7
15.4
3.4
17.4
24.7
18.1
27.5
21.1
8.7
NS
NS
44.4
32.8
7.2
35.2
49.1
37.0
23.6
NS
31.4
3.2
10.6
24.6
4.9
8.5
9.4
10.4
11.4
12.4
13.5
14.7
7.1
42.9
49.7
7.5
44.0
19.0
20.9
23.0
25.0
27.2
29.4
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
Value
9.20
American Century Inv:
AllCpGr n
34.08
19.25
Balanced n
10.63
CaHYMu n
CAIntTF n
11.95
DivBnd n
10.78
EmgMkt nr
12.03
EqGro n
34.01
EqInc n
9.60
GinnieMae n
10.48
GovtBd n
10.96
Grwth n
34.57
Heritage n
23.76
IncGro n
40.44
InfAdjBd n
11.59
InfProBd n
10.24
Intl Gr n
13.54
IntTF n
11.40
10.38
LgComVal n
MdCapVal n
18.44
OneChAgg n
17.02
OneChCon n
13.85
15.84
OneChMod n
OneChoice2020 n 12.45
OneChoice2025 n 14.75
OneChoice2030 n 12.88
OneChoice2035 n 16.05
OneChoice2040 n 13.54
OneChoice2045 n 16.96
OneChoiceRet n 13.24
29.07
Real n
Select n
71.03
SmallCo n
16.09
SmCpVal n
9.76
Ultra n
44.03
Value n
9.18
American Century R6:
EqInc
9.62
Growth
35.17
MdCapVal
18.46
American Century Y:
IntTF
11.39
DivBnd
10.79
American Funds Cl A:
2010TarRetA p 11.02
2015TarRetA p 11.71
2020TarRetA p 12.64
2025TarRetA p 13.45
2030TarRetA p 14.37
2035TarRetA p 14.73
2040TarRetA p 15.07
2045TarRetA p 15.27
2050TarRetA p 14.95
AmcpA p
31.61
AMutlA p
41.28
BalA p
27.29
BondA p
12.93
CapIBA p
63.18
CapWA p
19.92
CapWGrA
52.01
EupacA p
56.71
FdInvA p
62.83
GBalA p
32.45
GovtA p
13.74
GwthA p
50.61
HI TrA p
10.51
HiInMuniA
15.90
ICAA p
41.22
IncoA p
23.53
IntBdA p
13.40
IntlGrIncA p
34.22
15.78
LtdTEBdA
N PerA p
44.53
NEcoA p
46.86
NwWrldA
65.93
SmCpA p
56.17
STBFA p
9.94
STTxExBdA
10.15
TECAA p
17.74
TxExA p
13.04
WshA p
45.28
AMG Funds:
RRDivAcValI
12.95
AMG Managers Funds:
Brandywine I n 45.45
FairpointeMdCpI 44.07
FairpteMCpN 43.02
GWKMBd I
11.76
LoomisSaylesBd I 27.22
LoomisSaylesBd N n 27.22
M&C Growth I 20.79
PictetIntl I
11.55
SkylineSpcEqFd N n 46.72
SouthSunUSEq I 14.41
TSSmCapGrFd Z 20.87
TSSmCpGrFd Z 18.52
YachtmanFocFd I 22.26
YacktFocFd N n 22.26
YacktmanFd I n 23.97
Angel Oak Funds Trst:
AglOkMtiStFdClIn 11.32
0.10
0.10
0.13
-0.01
-0.01
-0.06
-0.09
0.46
0.02
-0.05
-0.06
0.15
0.18
0.44
-0.07
-0.01
-0.15
-0.01
0.08
0.24
0.03
-0.01
0.02
-0.22
-0.29
-0.21
-0.30
-0.23
-0.32
-0.14
-0.35
-0.02
0.10
0.03
0.13
0.09
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
CASH TRACK
5.2 31.0
18.9
11.2
7.2
4.5
3.0
42.3
17.1
10.3
1.2
1.9
24.4
17.7
15.3
1.7
0.7
26.9
4.7
8.5
8.3
16.0
9.2
12.9
9.1
10.3
11.2
12.3
13.4
14.6
8.6
3.5
23.0
10.0
7.8
26.2
5.1
41.7
22.1
14.0
7.0
6.4
38.8
34.8
42.0
3.6
3.7
48.8
36.0
33.6
2.3
1.6
22.9
6.9
31.8
43.1
29.8
17.8
24.0
18.3
20.2
22.2
24.3
26.4
28.6
17.0
22.8
50.5
34.0
46.0
50.2
30.2
0.03 10.7 43.5
0.16 24.8 50.4
0.25 8.7 44.7
-0.01
-0.05
NS
NS
NS
NS
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.01
0.01
0.02
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.22
0.31
0.06
-0.07
0.01
-0.12
-0.01
-0.22
0.23
-0.12
-0.07
0.21
0.03
0.01
0.40
0.04
-0.04
-0.10
0.01
-0.11
0.19
-0.35
-0.23
-0.02
0.00
0.03
0.01
0.37
8.4
9.0
10.4
12.4
14.9
17.0
17.7
18.0
18.2
17.8
13.7
11.7
3.1
12.3
6.5
20.5
28.3
17.6
11.6
1.8
20.4
6.9
7.3
15.1
11.0
1.3
22.9
3.1
26.0
30.3
28.1
22.2
1.0
2.1
5.3
4.9
14.8
17.7
19.1
21.5
24.9
29.5
32.8
33.8
34.6
34.8
39.2
37.1
30.0
6.2
20.3
1.9
30.0
30.6
46.9
16.1
3.8
47.2
13.8
14.9
38.2
26.3
2.8
15.0
4.0
43.0
47.0
23.9
40.5
2.0
2.2
9.0
9.0
39.7
0.06
Data provided by
6.2 31.0
0.32
0.24
0.23
0.01
-0.07
-0.07
0.04
0.03
0.33
0.21
0.24
0.10
0.05
0.05
0.11
20.5
5.7
5.5
5.3
6.3
6.2
18.7
24.6
7.9
10.8
18.5
16.9
13.2
13.1
12.1
43.1
29.4
28.4
8.2
9.6
9.2
32.1
36.2
35.8
19.8
36.7
42.4
28.7
28.0
26.9
NA
NA
NA
Equity Outflow Continues: Equity funds saw $362 million in net outflows based on the
most recent four-week moving averages, says Lipper. Taxable-bond funds took in $7.12
billion, money-market funds got $5.14 billion, and muni-bond funds reaped $622 million.
Equity Funds
2700
Municipal Bond Funds
980
1000
770
-700
560
-2400
350
-4100
Aug
Sep
Oct
140
Aug
Money Market Funds
20600
Sep
Oct
Taxable Bond Funds
8050
12500
6750
4400
5450
-3700
Aug
Sep
Oct
4150
Aug
Sep
Oct
The charts above show four-week moving averages of net cash flow in millions of dollars.
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
AQR Funds:
EqMktNeut I
12.72 NA
LgCapDefStyle I 18.62 NA
LgCapMomStyle I 22.47 NA
LgCpMultiStyle R 17.23 NA
LngShrtEq I
14.95 NA
LngShrtEq R
14.99 NA
MgdFutStrI
8.96 NA
MgdFutStrN
8.84 NA
MgdFutStr R
8.97 NA
MultiStrAltI
9.79 NA
MultiStratAlt R 9.81 NA
SmCpMultiStyle R 16.26 NA
StylePremAlt I 10.78 NA
StylePremAlt R 10.81 NA
Aquila Funds:
HI TF A
11.41 0.00
ArbitrageI n:
ArbitrageI n
13.63 0.01
Ariel Investments:
ApprecInv pn 51.84 0.58
Ariel Inv pn
70.27 0.45
Artisan Funds:
GblOppInst
26.29 -0.10
GblOppInv n
26.05 -0.10
GblValInv n
18.23 0.14
Intl Inv n
32.74 -0.16
IntlInst
32.97 -0.15
IntlVal Inst
39.96 0.11
IntlVal Inv n
39.76 0.11
MidCapInst
46.94 0.49
MidCapInv n
43.59 0.45
MidCapVal Inv n 24.19 0.08
Ashmore Funds:
EmgMktTRInst 8.45 NA
AT Disciplined Equity Ins:
ATDispEqInst n 18.65 0.24
Ave Maria Funds:
RisingDivd n
18.57 0.16
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
3.2
4.9
3.3 10.7
10.2 27.7
9.2 33.4
27.7
27.5
19.5
27.8
28.0
22.8
22.6
20.1
19.8
8.2
48.5
47.5
36.3
15.7
16.6
34.2
33.3
31.5
30.5
26.5
NA
NA
14.6 40.0
11.5 29.3
B
Baird Funds:
AggBdInst
10.89
CorBdInst
11.25
IntBdInst
11.08
QualIntMunBdInst 11.66
ShtTBdInst
9.70
Baron Funds:
Asset n
72.98
EmergingMkts n 14.89
Growth n
73.71
Partners n
49.53
SmallCap n
31.31
Baron Instl Shares:
AssetInst
75.26
-0.05
-0.05
-0.04
0.00
-0.01
1.06
-0.04
0.98
0.37
0.22
3.6 8.2
4.1 9.4
2.7 6.1
3.8 5.2
1.6 4.5
26.0
36.0
23.9
33.6
23.5
46.4
27.0
36.5
48.5
38.0
1.10 26.4 47.6
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
EmergingMktsInst 14.96
GrowthInst
75.51
PartnersInst
50.50
RealEstateInst 29.55
SmallCapInst 32.28
BBH Funds:
CorSelN n
23.27
Bernstein Fds:
Ca Mu n
14.34
DivrMuni n
14.44
EmMkts n
32.05
IntlPort n
18.23
IntmDur n
13.20
NY Mun n
14.09
TxMgdIntl n
18.27
BerwynFd:
BerwynIncm n 13.80
BlackRock Funds A:
AdvLgCapCore p 21.35
BasicVal
26.01
27.98
CapAppr
EqtyDivd p
22.85
FloRateIncPortA 10.24
20.27
GlblAlloc p
HiYInvA
7.87
HlthScOp p
55.37
LgCapFocuGr 13.44
LowDurBdA
9.62
MultiAstIncome 11.08
NatlMuni p
10.95
StratMuniOpp 11.69
StrtIncOpptyInvA 9.98
TotRet
11.76
BlackRock Funds Blrk:
CoreBd
9.65
HiYBlk
7.87
BlackRock Funds C:
EqtyDivd t
22.08
GlblAlloc t
18.35
HlthScOp
49.11
MultiAstIncome 11.07
StratIncOpptyInv 9.97
BlackRock Funds III:
iShS&P500IdxK 307.30
iShUSAggBdIdxK 10.14
BlackRock Funds Inst:
BasicVal
26.34
CAInsMun
12.74
CoreBd
9.62
EqtyDivd
22.92
FloRateIncPorIns 10.24
GlblAlloc
20.40
GlobLg/ShrtCrIns 10.47
HiYldBd
7.87
HlthScOp
57.99
InflProtBdInst 10.63
iShMSCIIntldx 14.20
-0.04
1.01
0.38
0.18
0.24
36.3
24.2
34.0
23.5
23.8
28.0
37.5
49.7
27.7
39.1
0.19 14.5 29.4
0.00
-0.01
-0.29
-0.11
-0.06
0.00
-0.11
0.00
0.25
0.26
0.26
0.16
0.01
0.00
0.02
0.74
0.12
-0.01
0.00
0.00
0.03
0.01
-0.03
3.5
3.4
30.0
23.7
3.3
3.5
23.4
4.8
4.8
21.7
26.4
8.3
5.5
26.4
3.0 10.8
18.0
3.7
27.1
12.0
3.1
11.5
7.7
24.4
24.2
1.7
7.6
4.6
6.8
4.1
3.7
42.8
24.3
48.2
39.9
12.2
17.4
16.4
45.1
50.3
3.6
14.9
8.5
11.7
8.1
7.6
-0.04 2.9 6.7
0.01 7.9 17.7
0.16
0.00
0.65
0.00
0.01
11.4
10.9
23.7
7.1
3.5
37.0
14.9
42.0
12.3
5.7
2.69 16.8 43.9
-0.05 2.9 6.2
0.26
0.03
-0.04
0.17
0.01
0.00
0.03
0.02
0.78
-0.05
0.00
3.9
6.2
2.9
12.3
3.3
11.7
3.5
7.8
24.7
1.6
22.4
25.3
12.3
6.5
41.1
13.2
18.4
6.0
17.5
46.3
1.4
22.9
About our Funds
The listings include the top 2500 open-end funds by assets. These funds value their portfolios daily and report net
asset va lues (the dollar amount of their holdings divided by the number of shares outstanding) to the National
Association of Securities Dealers. Total returns reflect both price changes and dividends; these figures assume that
all distributions are reinvested in the fund. Because Lipper is constantly updating its database, these returns may
differ from those previously published or calculated by others. 3 year returns are cumulative. The NAV is the last
BARRON'S • Lipper FMI
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
LowDurI
9.63
MultiAstIncome 11.09
NatlMuni
10.94
StratIncOpptyIns 9.98
StratMuniOppI 11.69
TotRet
11.76
BlackRock Funds R:
Equity Div p
23.02
GlblAlloc
19.33
BMO Funds:
CorePlBdI
11.73
IntrTaxFree I
11.35
IntTxFY n
11.35
UltrShtTxFrI
10.08
BNY Mellon Funds:
BondFd
12.74
EmgMkts
11.53
IncomeStk
9.64
IntlFd
13.63
IntmBdFd
12.54
MCMultiStrM 17.52
NtlIntmMuni
13.59
NtlShTMuni
12.80
Bridge Builder Trust:
CoreBond
10.21
CorePlusBond 10.14
11.77
Intl Eq
LargeCapGrowth 12.35
LargeCapValue 11.86
MunicipalBond 10.24
S/MCapGrowth 12.16
S/MCapValue 11.80
Bridgeway Funds:
BChip35 n
14.56
BroadviewOpp n:
BroadviewOpp n 37.42
Brown Advisory Funds:
GrowEqInv n
21.56
BrownSmCoInv n:
BrownSmCoInv n 93.58
BruceFund n:
542.81
BruceFund n
Buffalo Funds:
BuffBal n
15.38
DiscFd n
24.66
SmCap n
18.79
0.00
-0.01
0.00
0.01
0.02
-0.02
2.1
7.8
4.8
4.3
7.0
4.1
4.6
15.6
9.2
9.0
12.3
8.7
0.17 11.7 38.7
0.00 11.2 16.3
-0.05
0.01
0.01
0.00
4.0 8.7
4.9 8.6
4.6 7.9
1.1 2.4
-0.05
-0.06
0.09
-0.03
-0.03
0.16
-0.01
0.00
3.4
36.1
9.8
24.1
2.1
14.7
4.5
1.7
6.7
19.8
38.9
23.3
4.2
37.1
7.0
1.9
NA
NA
-0.03
0.04
0.07
0.00
0.13
0.08
NA
NA
23.0
20.7
12.5
3.4
16.6
9.6
NA
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
0.17 12.7 40.0
NA
NA
NA
0.22 25.1 40.2
1.39 27.5 66.1
NA
NA
NA
0.06 7.5 17.6
0.06 22.1 49.3
0.15 25.0 38.3
C
Calamos Funds:
Gr&IncA p
33.06
Gr&IncC t
33.21
GrowthA p
35.22
MktNeutA p
13.40
MktNeutI
13.25
Calvert Investments:
0.11 13.0 30.8
0.10 12.3 27.7
0.09 20.6 32.5
0.01 3.7 11.6
0.01 3.9 12.4
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
InvEq p
44.47
Cambiar Funds:
IntlEqInv r
28.32
CausewayInst :
CausewayInst 16.95
CausewayInv n:
CausewayInv n 16.81
CG Cap Mkt Fnds:
CoreFxIcm n
8.13
IntlEq n
12.82
19.49
LgCapEq n
Sm-MdCapEq n 20.75
CGM Funds:
Focus n
52.65
35.90
Realty n
ChamplainSmCo pn:
ChamplainSmCo pn 21.72
ClearBridge:
AggressGrowthA 212.28
AggressGrowthC 172.69
AggressGrowthI 233.26
AggressGrowthIS 235.69
AllCapValueA 16.14
AppreciationA 24.06
AppreciationI 23.95
AppreciationIS 24.03
DividendStrat1 n 24.13
DividendStratA 24.12
DividendStratI 24.70
LargeCapGrowthA 40.63
LargeCapGrowthI 44.87
LargeCapValueI 32.62
MidCapA
34.97
MidCapI
38.53
SmallCapGrowthA 32.62
SmallCapGrowthI 34.64
SmallCapGrowthIS 34.95
Clipper:
ClipperFd n
119.93
Cohen & Steers:
InstlRlty
44.60
PrefSecIncmA 14.28
PrefSecIncmC 14.20
PrefSecIncnI
14.31
RltyIncA p
14.67
RltyIncI
15.43
RltyShs n
66.93
Colorado BondShares:
ColoradoBdShs 9.05
Columbia Class A:
AcornA t
15.58
AMTTEBd
4.05
BalancedA t
41.07
BldrAggrsv
13.59
BldrMod p
11.79
ContCoreA p
26.11
DisplCoreA p 12.03
0.22 20.7 39.4
-0.04 18.3 28.4
-0.02 22.2 19.9
-0.02 22.0 19.1
-0.04
-0.07
0.13
0.17
3.5 7.2
23.5 23.8
15.5 39.4
15.5 31.0
0.81 23.2 40.1
0.31 21.5 36.8
0.24 10.0 53.5
2.12
1.70
2.34
2.37
0.14
0.32
0.32
0.32
0.12
0.12
0.12
0.30
0.34
0.36
0.26
0.29
0.37
0.40
0.40
12.4
11.7
12.7
12.7
12.9
14.7
15.0
15.1
15.2
15.0
15.2
19.6
19.9
10.6
10.6
10.9
19.9
20.2
20.3
22.1
19.5
23.2
23.6
35.9
37.9
39.1
39.5
37.0
35.9
37.1
52.8
54.3
32.4
34.2
35.7
34.8
36.1
36.6
0.58 12.6 47.4
-0.47
0.04
0.04
0.04
-0.15
-0.16
-0.71
0.00
0.16
0.00
0.04
0.05
0.01
0.09
0.15
5.6
10.6
10.0
10.8
6.1
6.3
5.3
28.2
23.7
21.2
24.9
35.2
36.3
27.2
5.5 12.7
21.3
6.0
11.1
18.0
12.2
16.8
17.7
39.6
11.3
26.5
32.9
23.4
41.4
40.1
DivIncA t
21.76
10.17
DivOpptyA
DivrEqInc A
14.91
EqValA
13.82
FocEqA w/ t
17.94
Gbl Stgic Eq A p 14.99
GlobTech
42.17
HiYldBd
3.00
IncmBldr t
12.03
LgCpGrowA t 41.16
LgCpIdx pn
49.22
LiGoBalA p
13.17
MdCpIndxA pn 16.99
MdCpVlOpp p 10.79
MidCapGthA t 28.37
MidCpValA
15.38
SelgComuInfoA 78.84
SmCpIdxA pn 25.50
StrAlloc
13.31
StratIncA
6.13
TaxEA
13.64
TotReBdA t
9.06
Columbia Class C:
40.96
Balanced
23.70
ContCore p
DivInc t
21.11
SelComunInfo t 56.56
Columbia Class I,T&G:
DivOppty tn
10.21
Columbia Class R4:
ContCore p
26.74
Columbia Class R5:
ContCore
26.74
22.10
DivIncom
MidCapIndx
17.26
17.11
SelLgCpGr t
Columbia Class Y:
ContCore p
26.75
DivIncom
22.13
SelLgCpGr t
17.28
STBond
9.95
Columbia Class Z:
AcornIntZ n
47.24
17.97
AcornZ n
AltBeta n
9.53
BalancedZ n
41.00
ContCoreZ n
26.32
CorpIncmZ n 10.26
21.78
DivIncomZ n
HYMuniZ n
10.63
IntmMunBdZ n 10.58
LgCapGr n
16.56
LgCpGrowZ n 42.65
49.52
LgCpIdxZ n
MdCpIdxZ n
16.94
MdCpValZ pn 15.41
MidCapGthZ n 30.08
SelComunInfo tn 85.21
SmCpIdxZ n
25.67
SmCpValIIZ n 18.32
StratIncZ n
6.03
TaxEZ n
13.64
TotReBdZ n
9.07
USGvtMtg tn
5.43
Columbia Funds:
UltShortBd
9.02
Commerce Funds:
20.02
Bond
Community Capital Tr:
CRAQualInvFd 10.58
Credit Suisse Common:
ComdtyRet r
4.99
Cullen Funds:
HiDivEqI r
19.48
0.21
0.05
0.16
0.10
0.01
0.02
0.51
0.01
0.01
0.02
0.43
0.04
0.14
0.05
0.26
0.06
0.92
0.15
-0.03
0.01
0.00
-0.04
15.3
9.7
12.7
17.8
24.3
22.5
34.6
6.6
6.5
24.4
16.5
15.1
11.3
9.7
19.8
9.0
34.4
9.8
14.6
5.8
5.2
3.3
41.9
28.3
37.3
24.1
36.9
34.1
97.8
16.6
16.4
51.3
42.2
28.3
42.1
31.1
38.1
26.5
94.6
48.6
21.4
13.9
9.0
8.0
0.03
0.09
0.20
0.65
10.4
16.1
14.6
33.6
23.7
38.4
38.8
90.3
0.05
9.9 29.3
0.10 17.0 42.5
0.10
0.22
0.15
0.08
17.1
15.6
11.6
30.1
43.1
43.6
43.2
38.3
0.10
0.22
0.08
-0.01
17.1 43.2
15.7 43.8
30.1 38.4
1.2 3.3
-0.48
0.19
-0.03
0.05
0.09
-0.03
0.21
0.00
0.00
0.07
0.03
0.43
0.15
0.06
0.27
1.00
0.15
0.08
0.01
0.00
-0.03
-0.02
26.2
21.5
5.2
11.3
17.0
5.0
15.5
5.9
4.4
30.0
24.6
16.7
11.6
9.2
20.0
34.7
10.1
8.3
5.9
5.4
3.6
2.9
0.00
22.4
40.8
NS
27.5
42.5
9.7
43.0
13.3
7.2
37.8
52.4
43.3
43.2
27.4
39.1
96.1
49.8
40.6
14.6
9.7
9.0
7.5
1.2
2.5
-0.08 3.9
8.2
-0.05 2.0
4.5
-0.04 -1.6 -25.5
0.08 14.2 35.8
D
Davenport:
Val&Incm n
Davis Funds A:
Fincl A
NYVen A
Davis Funds C & Y:
NYVenC
NYVenY
Del Invest Instl:
CorpBdI
USGrw
Value
Del-Pooled Trust:
MondrianIntlEq
Delaware Invest A:
Diver Inc p
SmCpValA p
SMIDCapGrA p
Deutsche Funds:
CapGrth p
CapGrth n
CoreEq n
CROCIIntrFdS n
EqDivA
GblIncBldA
17.14
NA
NA
NA
51.16 0.42 14.8 48.3
33.93 0.26 15.4 43.5
30.98 0.23 14.7 40.2
34.65 0.25 15.6 44.6
5.89 -0.03 6.5 9.8
28.49 -0.04 26.1 38.1
21.17 0.18 8.9 34.8
15.92 0.01 19.3 20.3
8.74 -0.04 4.7 6.5
64.66 0.45 8.1 42.5
19.31 0.14 17.4 33.1
80.37
81.23
27.90
49.69
56.18
10.09
0.18
0.19
0.22
-0.05
0.50
0.02
20.7
20.9
16.6
21.3
16.0
13.4
46.7
47.8
46.5
21.3
38.2
17.9
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
13.73
GNMA S n
HiIncA
4.82
HiYldTx n
12.30
IntTaxAMT n
11.89
MgdMuniA p
9.19
MgdMuniS n
9.20
30.59
S&P500S n
TechA
21.73
Diamond Hill Funds:
LgCapA p
26.55
26.77
LgCapI
LgCapY
26.81
LongShortI
26.35
SmCapI
37.99
SmMidCapI
22.98
Dimensional Fds:
2TGlFxd
9.98
5GlbFxdInc
11.02
CASTMuniBd 10.33
Cont
28.25
DFARlEst
35.48
EmgMkt
29.54
EmgMktSoCoEq 14.40
EmgMktVa
30.22
EmMktCorEq 22.37
EmMktSmCp 23.43
Fixd
10.30
GblAll60 40Inst 17.83
GlAll25 75Inst 13.46
22.51
GlEqInst
GlRESec
11.01
InfProtSec
11.76
IntGvFxdInc
12.43
14.14
IntlCoreEq
IntlREst
5.10
IntlSustCore1 10.81
IntlVal
19.79
IntlVectorEq
13.23
IntSmCo
21.35
IntSmVa
23.34
IntTermMuni 10.23
IntVaIII
16.77
ITExQual
10.85
Japan
27.68
LgCo
20.04
LgCpIntl
23.43
SclCrEqInst
13.61
SelHdgGlFxd
9.68
STExQual
10.85
10.59
STGov
STMuniBd
10.20
TAUSCoreEq2 17.58
TAWldexUSCr 11.48
TM IntVa
16.27
TM US Sm
44.47
TM USTgtVal 37.99
TMMktwdVa
30.40
TMMttVa2
28.40
TMUSEq
28.00
US CoreEq1
22.00
US CoreEq2
20.92
US Micro
22.81
US Small
36.60
US SmCpVal
39.21
US TgdVal
25.19
USLCpGr
18.23
USLgVa
38.93
USLgVaIII
27.35
USSoCoreEq2 15.57
USSustCoreI 20.45
USVectorEq
19.21
WexUSGov
10.16
Dodge & Cox:
Balanced n
109.51
GblStock n
14.06
Income n
13.81
Intl Stk n
46.83
Stock n
202.89
Domini Funds:
Intl Equity Inv tn 8.98
US Equity Inv pn 48.32
DoubleLine Funds:
CoreFxdIncmI 11.02
CorFxdIncN n 11.02
EmgMktIncmI 10.88
10.08
LowDurBdI
LowDurBdN n 10.07
TotRetBdI
10.71
TotRetBdN n
10.70
Dreyfus:
Aprec pn
37.42
CA AMTMuBdZ nr 15.22
Discp n
38.31
56.66
Dr500In tn
Dreyf n
11.61
DreyMid Inv nr 39.00
DynTotRetI
16.89
DynTotRetY
16.89
FloRtIncY
12.13
GblRealRtY
14.51
GblRESecY
9.13
GlbStkI
21.15
-0.06
0.01
0.00
-0.01
0.00
0.00
0.27
0.11
1.5
7.2
5.5
3.9
4.9
5.0
16.6
31.8
3.4
15.0
11.4
6.2
8.1
8.7
42.5
64.1
0.29 15.1 43.2
0.30 15.4 44.4
0.31 15.5 44.9
0.06 3.6 20.1
0.35 8.9 26.8
0.22 7.4 40.3
-0.01
-0.02
0.00
-0.24
-0.44
-0.14
-0.07
-0.13
-0.10
-0.08
0.00
0.03
0.00
0.11
-0.10
-0.07
-0.08
-0.07
-0.02
-0.06
0.00
-0.09
-0.23
-0.17
0.00
0.01
-0.06
-0.38
0.17
-0.07
-0.07
-0.04
-0.02
-0.02
0.00
0.19
-0.05
0.00
0.37
0.32
0.39
0.36
0.26
0.21
0.22
0.12
0.27
0.23
0.21
0.19
0.51
0.36
0.17
0.23
0.18
-0.01
1.0
2.2
1.6
32.2
4.5
31.7
31.8
27.9
30.8
27.8
0.9
10.8
5.1
16.6
5.9
2.0
2.3
23.4
8.5
23.7
20.8
23.8
24.8
23.4
3.0
21.0
5.1
25.8
16.8
21.9
23.2
2.8
2.1
0.8
1.6
13.7
25.6
20.7
9.4
7.8
11.1
11.3
16.6
15.5
13.7
9.7
8.9
5.3
5.8
18.6
12.5
12.6
13.3
15.9
10.4
1.9
2.2
5.1
2.4
59.8
26.8
21.1
23.3
19.3
22.0
26.4
1.9
22.1
11.2
35.2
20.8
3.3
5.2
30.6
10.9
27.7
23.2
32.9
40.7
40.8
5.0
23.8
10.4
56.8
43.9
22.8
30.2
0.1
5.0
2.6
2.3
40.3
28.7
22.6
44.5
39.8
37.6
38.2
43.4
41.9
39.6
46.5
43.6
36.0
36.3
43.7
39.4
40.0
37.9
41.3
37.5
11.3
0.60
0.04
-0.04
-0.14
1.95
9.4
18.1
3.9
22.9
13.2
30.9
32.3
9.0
18.6
42.4
-0.03 22.5 32.7
0.52 12.5 24.1
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
0.20
-0.01
0.35
0.49
0.05
0.33
0.01
0.00
0.02
0.00
-0.07
0.04
20.6
5.6
12.9
16.4
14.8
11.3
6.8
6.8
3.1
4.3
8.1
19.4
32.9
9.1
41.4
41.9
35.6
42.1
11.8
12.0
10.5
10.3
20.0
31.6
reported closing price for the week. Footnotes: NA: not available. NE: performance excluded by Lipper editor. NN:
fund not tracked. NS: fund not in existence for whole period. e: ex capital gains distributions. f: previous day’s
quote. n: no front- or back-end sales charge. p: fund assets are used to pay marketing and distribution costs (12b-1
fees). r: fund levies redemption fee or back-end load. s: stock dividend or split of 25% or more. t: fund charges
12b-1 fees (for marketing and distribution) and a back-end load. v: capital-gains distribution may be a return of
capital. x: ex cash dividend. Full mutual-fund listings,including dividend and capital-gains data, now appear free
online at www.barrons.com/listings. All data supplied by Lipper.
October 23, 2017
BARRON’S
M29
Mutual Funds
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
GlFxIncI
21.55
22.17
GrInc n
HYldI
6.36
13.79
Interm n
InstS&PStkIdx I n 52.23
16.34
IntlBdI
16.43
IntlSmCpY
IntlStkI
18.31
11.81
MunBd nr
NewtonIntlEqY 21.78
14.93
NY Tax nr
SelMgrSmCpGroY 27.98
SelMgrSmCpVaY 26.28
SmCpStk Inv nr 32.96
42.21
StratValA r
StrgVal I
42.36
Dreyfus Premier:
18.11
IntlStkY
Driehaus Funds:
DriehausAcInc n 9.87
38.19
EmMktsGr n
Dupree Mutual Fds:
KYTF n
7.78
-0.03
0.18
0.01
-0.02
0.46
-0.10
-0.27
-0.13
-0.01
0.05
-0.02
0.17
0.12
0.20
0.55
0.55
3.8
13.6
7.0
4.7
16.7
10.9
27.9
23.1
5.3
23.7
5.0
21.3
11.0
9.5
9.0
9.2
8.0
37.5
14.7
7.3
43.2
5.5
NS
28.4
9.1
22.1
9.0
39.1
36.7
48.6
38.1
39.1
-0.12 23.1 28.6
0.04 0.1 4.4
-0.29 36.5 25.3
-0.01 3.8
6.7
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E
Eagle Fds Svcs Inc:
62.26 0.69
SmCpGrA p
Eaton Vance Class A:
29.87 0.44
AtlCpSMID p
14.86 0.13
DivBldrA
FloatRt
9.32 0.02
FltgRtAdvg p 10.91 0.02
Inc Bos
5.82 0.01
19.55 0.16
LgCpVal
NatlMuniInc
9.91 -0.01
ShDurStratIncFd 7.49 0.03
49.14 0.38
TMG1.1
WW Hlth Science p 10.79 -0.01
Eaton Vance Class C:
FloatRt t
9.00 0.01
FltgRtAdvg p 10.89 0.02
Eaton Vance Class I:
32.79 0.48
AtlCpSMID
FloatRtHiInc
8.89 0.01
FltgRt
9.01 0.01
GblMacAbR
9.16 0.03
IncBos
5.82 0.01
19.62 0.16
LgCpVal
NatlMuniInc
9.91 -0.01
ParEmMktsFdInst 15.51 -0.10
Eaton Vance Funds:
ParTxMgdEmgMktIn 51.60 -0.34
1090.75 8.48
TMG1.0 n
Edgewood Growth Instituti:
EdgewoodGrInst 29.37 -0.22
18.7 42.6
17.5
13.5
3.5
4.2
6.1
9.5
4.6
4.5
16.2
18.4
56.1
36.9
12.8
15.4
16.3
26.1
11.4
10.6
39.7
19.5
3.0 10.3
3.8 13.7
17.7
4.1
3.8
4.0
6.3
9.7
4.8
23.1
57.3
14.3
13.5
12.4
17.2
27.0
12.2
9.3
23.2 9.9
16.4 40.9
32.2 64.6
F
Fairholme:
Fairholme n
FAM Value:
FAMValue n
Federated A:
CapIncA
EqIncA p
FedMunULA p
KaufmannA p
KaufmnLCA p
MunStkAdvA p
StrValDivA p
Federated C:
CapIncC t
StraValDivC p
Federated Instl:
FedMuniUl A
GloFinI
GovUltra
InsHiYld r
KaufmnLCIS
KaufmnR r
MdCpISvc n
ShIntDurMuInst
StraValDivIS
TtlRtnBdI
UltraShortI
Federated R6:
TtlRtnBdL
Fidelity:
500IdxInst
500IdxInstPrem
500IdxInv n
500IdxPrem n
Contrafund K6
SerLTTreBdIdx
EmgMktIdxPrem n
ExtMktIdxInstPre
ExtMktIdxInv n
ExtMktIdxPrem nr
GblexUSIdxInst
GlexUSIdxInstPre
GlbexUSIdxPrem n
InflProBdIdxPrem n
IntlIdxInst
IntlIdxInstPrem
IntlIdxInv n
IntlIdxPrem nr
IntTrBdIdxPrem n
LTTrBdIdxPrem n
MidCpIdxPrem n
MidCpInxInstl
RealEstIdxPrem n
19.64 -0.62 -9.5
6.4
74.34 0.69 12.9 42.0
8.07
25.17
10.01
6.03
23.20
13.39
6.46
0.04
0.33
0.00
0.03
0.07
0.09
0.01
8.1
11.2
0.8
22.8
20.1
8.4
12.5
9.4
24.8
0.6
45.9
39.9
14.9
32.5
8.07 0.04 7.5 6.9
6.47 0.02 11.8 29.8
10.01
36.71
9.89
10.13
23.71
6.04
27.75
10.30
6.50
10.91
9.12
1.1
25.1
0.9
7.4
20.4
22.8
11.3
2.4
13.0
3.8
1.6
2.0
24.8
1.2
19.9
40.9
46.1
41.8
2.9
33.8
8.9
3.5
10.91 -0.05 3.9
NS
90.12
90.11
90.10
90.11
10.96
8.74
11.22
62.83
62.83
62.84
13.46
13.47
13.46
9.82
43.10
43.10
43.07
43.09
10.72
13.00
20.60
20.61
15.52
0.00
-0.08
0.01
0.02
0.08
0.03
0.24
0.00
0.02
-0.05
0.00
0.79
0.79
0.79
0.78
0.08
-0.13
-0.07
0.33
0.32
0.32
-0.05
-0.05
-0.05
-0.06
-0.12
-0.12
-0.12
-0.12
-0.07
-0.20
0.17
0.17
-0.24
16.8
16.9
16.8
16.8
NS
5.6
32.6
14.5
14.5
14.5
23.7
23.8
23.7
1.6
22.1
22.1
22.0
22.1
2.4
5.7
14.1
14.2
2.3
44.0
44.0
43.7
43.9
NS
NS
21.3
40.0
39.8
40.0
22.2
22.3
22.2
2.8
24.0
24.1
23.6
23.9
5.0
9.4
38.1
38.2
24.0
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
SAIUSLgCpIndxFd 13.81
SmCpIdxInst 20.43
STTrBdIdxPrem n 10.37
TMktIdxF r
74.82
TMktIdxInv n
74.79
TMktIdxInst
74.80
TMktIdxInstPrem 74.80
TMktIdxPrem n 74.80
USBdIdxF
11.59
USBdIdxPrem n 11.59
USBdIdxInstPrem 11.59
11.59
USBdIdxInst
Fidelity Adv Focus A:
43.42
HthCarA r
TechA t
56.72
Fidelity Adv Focus C:
HthCarC p
35.03
Fidelity Advisor:
SrsAdvIntlCapApp 20.31
TotBdFdClZ
10.65
Fidelity Advisor A:
AdvMdCpIIA p 21.34
AdvStrDivInA p 15.62
BalancA t
20.76
BioTech
25.71
DivIntlA
23.31
EqGrA t
119.47
34.44
EqInA
FF2030A p
15.19
FltRateA r
9.67
LevCoStA p
44.40
NwInsghtA p
32.37
28.98
SmllCapA p
StrInA
12.45
Fidelity Advisor C:
NwInsghtC t
28.80
StrInC
12.41
Fidelity Advisor I:
22.00
AdvMdCpII I
BiotechI
27.15
ConsvIncmMuni I 10.04
DivIntl
23.72
14.22
EmMktIncI r
EqGrI
129.73
FAIntDiscI r
46.61
FAInvGrdI
7.93
FF2030
15.30
FF2040
15.95
FltRatel
9.65
GrOppI
71.08
HiIncAdvI
10.69
HthCarI r
47.08
IntlGr
13.37
45.32
LeveCoSt I
LmtdTrmBdFd 11.52
MuniIncI r
10.45
MunIncI
13.23
NwInsghtI
33.07
12.25
REIncmInst
SmallCapI
31.43
StkSelMC
40.70
StrInI
12.62
Total Bd
10.65
Fidelity Advisor M:
Balanced p
20.99
EqGr p
117.49
EqIn p
35.13
GrOppM p
66.17
NwInsghtM p 31.43
27.09
SmllCapM p
StkSelMC
39.12
StrInM p
12.44
Fidelity Freedom:
FAFree2020I p 14.18
FAFree2025I
14.13
14.90
FAFree2035I
FAFree2045A 12.26
FF2005 n
12.70
FF2010 n
16.29
FF2015 n
13.53
13.02
FF2015A
FF2020 n
16.67
FF2020A p
14.06
FF2025 n
14.43
FF2025A p
14.00
FF2030 n
18.07
15.16
FF2035 n
FF2035A t
14.79
FF2040 n
10.65
FF2040A p
15.84
FF2045 n
12.04
FF2050 n
12.10
13.62
Free2055 n
Freedom2010 K 16.30
Freedom2015 K 13.53
Freedom2020 K 16.67
Freedom2025 K 14.42
Freedom2030 K 18.07
Freedom2035 K 15.16
Freedom2040 K 10.65
Freedom2045 K 12.04
Freedom2050 K 12.10
Freedom2055 K 13.63
FundK
44.55
Idx2020InsPre 15.70
Idx2025InsPre 16.66
Idx2030InsPre 17.49
Idx2035InsPre 18.49
Idx2040InsPre 18.61
Idx2045InsPre 18.76
Idx2050InsPre 18.83
11.89
Income n
Income K
11.87
0.12
0.09
-0.03
0.61
0.61
0.61
0.61
0.60
-0.06
-0.06
-0.06
-0.06
16.8
12.5
0.9
16.5
16.4
16.4
16.5
16.4
3.0
2.9
3.0
3.0
NS
44.7
2.1
43.2
42.9
43.2
43.2
43.2
6.4
6.4
6.4
6.4
0.30 26.3 34.4
0.21 46.1 87.5
0.24 25.6 31.4
-0.14 30.7 37.2
-0.05 3.8 NS
0.19
0.02
0.06
-0.47
-0.17
0.36
0.36
0.01
0.01
0.22
0.27
0.21
-0.02
15.0
9.3
13.7
28.8
23.5
31.5
8.7
15.8
3.0
12.5
23.6
12.3
7.2
38.8
28.4
28.2
25.4
28.9
48.2
29.4
29.4
10.8
22.6
43.8
30.7
12.9
0.24 22.8 40.6
-0.02 6.5 10.4
0.20
-0.50
0.00
-0.17
-0.05
0.40
-0.33
-0.04
0.02
0.04
0.01
0.20
0.05
0.33
-0.09
0.22
-0.02
0.00
0.00
0.27
-0.03
0.23
0.27
-0.01
-0.05
15.2
29.1
1.2
23.7
9.7
31.7
28.1
3.3
16.1
18.0
3.2
29.1
10.2
26.6
25.9
12.7
2.0
4.4
5.9
23.8
7.4
12.5
16.8
7.4
3.7
40.1
26.4
1.9
30.0
21.3
49.4
30.7
7.2
30.4
33.3
11.6
49.4
22.2
35.5
30.7
23.6
4.7
6.6
9.6
44.9
23.4
31.8
35.8
13.7
9.1
0.05
0.35
0.36
0.18
0.26
0.19
0.25
-0.02
13.5
31.2
8.5
28.5
23.3
12.1
16.3
7.2
27.3
47.2
28.5
47.1
42.7
29.8
34.0
12.9
0.00
0.00
0.03
0.03
-0.02
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.00
0.00
0.01
0.01
0.03
0.04
0.03
0.03
0.04
0.03
0.03
0.03
-0.01
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.02
0.04
0.02
0.03
0.03
0.04
0.43
0.01
0.02
0.04
0.07
0.07
0.07
0.06
-0.02
-0.02
12.7
13.8
17.9
17.7
8.8
10.4
11.9
11.6
13.0
12.5
14.0
13.6
16.4
18.1
17.7
18.3
17.7
18.3
18.3
18.3
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
19.2
11.3
12.4
14.7
16.6
16.7
16.7
16.7
6.9
NS
24.0
26.1
33.1
32.2
17.3
20.3
23.1
21.3
25.2
23.2
27.3
25.2
31.8
34.8
32.2
35.1
32.2
35.1
34.9
34.9
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
41.9
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
13.4
NS
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
Fidelity Invest:
100Index
AdvSrsGroOpport
AggrInt n
AilSectEq
AMgr20% n
AMgr50% n
AMgr70% n
AMgr85% n
AstMgr30R n
Balanc n
BalancedK
BluCh n
BluChpGrK
CALmtTrmTFB n
CAMun n
Canad nr
CapAp n
CapApprK
CapDevO n
ChinaReg n
CnvSc n
Contra n
ContraK
CorpBd n
CpInc nr
DisEq n
DivGrowK
DivGth n
DivIntl n
DivIntlK r
DivStkO n
Emerg Asia nr
EmrgMktK r
EmrgMktsDebt
EmrMkt nr
Eq Inc n
EqDivIncm n
EqIncK
Europ nr
Export n
Fidel n
FltRateHi nr
FocsdStk n
FournOne n
GNMA n
GovtInc n
GroCo n
GroInc n
GrowCoK
GrowIncK
GrStrt nr
GwthDiscovery n
HighInc nr
Indepndnc n
InProBnd n
IntBd n
IntGov n
IntlDisc n
IntlEnhIdx n
IntlGrRet n
IntlScOpps nr
IntlSmCap nr
IntMu n
InvGB n
InvGrBd
JpnSmCo nr
LargeCap n
LatinAm nr
LCapGrEIdx n
LevCoSt n
LgCpVHIdx n
LmtTrmMuniIncm n
LowP nr
LowPriStkK r
LtdTmBdFd n
MagellanK
MagIn n
MAMun n
Manager40 n
Manager60 n
McpVl n
MegaCpStk n
MidCap n
MidCapEnIdx nr
MidCapStkK r
MIMun n
MtgSec n
MuniInc n
NASDAQ nr
NewInsights Z
NewMkt nr
NewMill n
NYMun n
OHMun n
OTC n
OTC K
OverseasK r
Ovrse n
PcBas nr
PuritanK
Puritn n
RealE n
RealEstInc nr
REEq
REInc
SAIIntlMinVolInd
SAILTTreBdIdx
SAISm-MidCap500I
SAIUSMinVolIndFd
SAIUSQtyIdx
SCEnhIdx n
SmallCap r nr
16.94
13.40
20.93
13.65
13.60
18.47
22.62
19.51
11.16
23.66
23.65
85.84
85.95
10.66
13.06
54.71
37.91
38.00
16.92
34.47
28.24
124.92
124.91
11.63
10.31
38.83
34.58
34.61
41.19
41.14
26.70
43.40
31.37
10.46
31.33
61.53
29.09
61.49
41.97
21.48
44.56
9.66
23.09
43.95
11.42
10.22
179.91
36.36
179.86
36.32
39.78
32.58
9.04
40.68
11.98
10.86
10.46
46.73
10.08
13.39
18.45
29.62
10.44
7.92
11.27
18.45
32.76
26.14
18.52
33.32
13.14
10.60
52.48
52.44
11.51
104.44
104.55
12.26
11.71
12.61
27.50
17.31
39.11
15.81
39.14
12.26
11.24
13.28
87.57
33.14
16.44
41.83
13.36
12.27
106.72
108.07
49.81
49.89
35.16
22.95
22.97
42.13
12.29
12.98
11.22
10.83
10.03
11.80
12.66
12.66
14.67
20.00
0.14
0.03
-0.14
0.10
-0.03
-0.01
0.01
0.03
-0.02
0.07
0.06
0.06
0.07
0.00
0.02
-0.44
0.23
0.23
0.18
0.05
0.06
0.93
0.93
-0.06
0.02
0.35
0.43
0.43
-0.28
-0.28
0.24
0.25
-0.17
-0.01
-0.18
0.63
0.26
0.63
-0.29
0.31
0.43
0.01
0.23
0.15
-0.06
-0.06
0.76
0.37
0.76
0.37
0.45
0.10
0.02
0.21
-0.08
-0.04
-0.04
-0.32
-0.03
-0.09
-0.21
-0.22
0.00
-0.04
-0.06
-0.17
0.34
-0.35
0.23
0.11
0.17
0.00
0.33
0.33
-0.03
0.71
0.71
0.01
-0.02
0.00
0.47
0.19
0.44
0.24
0.44
0.01
-0.06
0.00
0.30
0.28
-0.06
0.45
0.03
0.04
0.35
0.37
-0.58
-0.58
0.10
0.11
0.11
-0.64
-0.04
-0.21
-0.02
-0.08
-0.16
0.09
0.13
0.13
0.11
0.14
16.6
29.1
31.0
17.6
5.7
11.6
15.3
18.2
7.9
14.0
14.1
30.1
30.2
2.9
5.6
11.9
19.7
19.8
13.1
45.0
7.9
27.7
27.8
5.7
10.6
16.9
14.2
14.1
23.7
23.8
15.0
39.8
40.6
10.1
40.4
10.0
10.1
10.0
24.8
14.6
19.1
3.3
25.8
15.6
1.6
1.9
31.5
11.7
31.6
11.8
17.0
31.3
8.0
21.5
1.3
2.4
1.2
28.1
24.8
25.8
26.8
27.1
4.4
3.3
3.7
25.9
13.0
37.2
20.1
16.1
10.6
2.8
14.5
14.6
1.9
21.2
21.2
4.9
9.7
13.5
11.0
13.1
15.7
12.8
15.8
5.0
2.0
6.0
24.0
24.0
9.8
16.1
5.1
5.5
33.9
34.1
26.3
26.2
32.9
15.1
15.1
3.6
7.4
3.0
7.1
17.7
5.9
13.3
15.6
19.4
6.1
9.5
43.4
48.9
37.9
40.9
11.6
21.7
27.9
32.5
15.4
29.2
29.6
53.3
53.8
3.9
9.5
8.7
36.3
36.7
36.7
39.1
11.5
50.7
51.1
11.1
22.3
35.8
32.4
32.0
27.0
27.5
36.2
39.8
32.3
24.4
31.6
32.1
34.8
32.6
26.8
37.7
41.4
11.8
41.2
32.1
4.9
3.8
65.4
35.7
65.9
36.1
37.6
49.1
17.4
27.5
1.5
5.6
2.5
30.7
31.1
30.5
43.1
49.4
6.9
7.3
8.0
54.5
36.3
0.4
46.1
24.5
35.1
3.3
31.9
32.4
4.7
44.9
44.5
8.6
18.6
24.8
31.7
36.0
37.6
37.6
38.1
9.1
6.1
10.0
58.5
45.5
21.6
37.2
9.2
10.6
68.6
69.2
40.4
39.9
46.0
30.4
30.1
27.8
23.3
22.0
21.1
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
41.6
38.9
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
SmCapDisc n 32.15
SmlCapO
14.22
SmlCpGrth nr 24.61
SmlCpVal nr
19.83
Srs1000ValIndRet 12.79
SrsBlChGroRetail 13.56
SrsCommStrt 5.28
SrsEmrgMkt
21.26
SrsGlobal
13.19
SrsGroCoRetail 17.66
SrsIntlGrw
16.14
17.94
SrsIntlSmCp
10.85
SrsIntlVal
SrsSmCapDiscRet 12.26
STBF n
8.61
StkSelLCVl n 20.26
StkSelSmCp n 28.63
StkSlcACap n 43.93
StratDivInc n 15.70
StratInc n
11.16
StrDivIncI
15.67
11.61
TaxFrB nr
10.67
TotalBond n
Trend n
103.09
Utility n
26.90
Value n
122.73
ValueDisc n
28.07
122.92
ValueK
Wrldw n
27.30
Fidelity SAI:
FidSAIEmgMktIndx 14.81
FidSAIIntlIndxFd 12.35
USMomentumIdx 11.76
Fidelity Selects:
Banking nr
34.74
Biotech nr
227.58
Chem nr
181.89
39.26
ConDis nr
ConStap nr
95.75
DfAero nr
166.92
Energy nr
40.69
FinSvc nr
111.54
20.74
Gold nr
Health nr
233.96
HlthCareSrvPt r nr 92.42
Ind n
36.14
ITSvs n
53.53
91.92
Mat nr
MdEqSys n
47.08
Multimedia nr 80.53
NatRec nr
27.42
Pharm n
19.41
Retail nr
123.24
Semiconductors r nr 115.90
Softwr nr
166.50
Tech nr
184.68
UtilGr nr
84.76
Fidelity Series:
Canada
10.71
FASeriesEqGroFd 14.96
STCrFd
9.99
First Eagle Funds:
AmericaI
39.28
GlbA
60.26
25.28
OverseasA
US Val A t
21.16
US Val I r
21.50
First Investors A:
EqIncmA
10.93
23.79
GroInA p
IncomeA p
2.53
OppA p
42.49
TotRtA p
20.13
TxExIncmA
9.47
FMI Funds:
ComStkInvst n 29.02
IntlInvst n
33.96
LgCapInvst n 22.42
FPA Funds:
FPACres n
35.43
NwInc n
9.98
Franklin Templeton:
TgtGroA p
19.78
TgtMod C p
16.03
TgtModA p
16.56
FrankTemp/Frank Adv:
CA HY Adv t
10.86
CA IntAdv
12.10
CA TF Adv t
7.46
CvtScAdv
20.57
Dynat Adv
66.79
12.01
Fed TF Adv
FedIntAdv
12.26
FlRtDAAdv t
8.82
GrOpAdv p
40.68
Growth Adv t
94.23
HY TF Adv
10.20
IncomeAdv
2.38
RisDv Adv r
60.46
SmCpGrAdv p 22.59
SmCpValAdv t 60.60
SmMCpGrAv t 40.56
StrInc Adv p
9.93
TtlRtnAdv
9.88
USGovAdv p
6.13
Utils Adv
19.87
FrankTemp/Franklin A:
AZ TF A p
10.81
BAL A t
12.41
BalInv p
40.94
BioDis A p
158.26
CA TF A p
7.48
CAHY A p
10.84
0.18
0.06
0.15
0.12
0.12
0.02
-0.04
-0.11
-0.05
0.07
-0.11
-0.20
0.02
0.07
-0.02
0.14
0.11
0.23
0.02
-0.01
0.02
0.01
-0.04
0.31
0.19
0.61
0.26
0.61
0.07
5.8
9.6
26.1
7.9
9.9
30.2
-2.4
35.4
23.8
32.2
26.1
26.1
18.4
6.5
1.2
8.7
9.4
20.7
9.5
7.3
9.5
5.9
3.8
24.3
10.8
11.8
10.1
11.9
25.2
34.1
37.9
66.8
44.9
34.4
54.6
-27.6
27.1
22.2
66.3
31.0
39.8
19.2
35.6
3.0
30.8
39.2
42.0
29.2
13.7
29.4
10.2
9.2
48.7
26.9
31.9
32.4
30.1
36.1
-0.09 32.8
-0.04 21.8
0.20 NS
NS
NS
NS
0.89
-3.77
-0.06
-0.03
-1.18
1.61
-0.36
2.61
-0.81
1.62
4.57
0.47
0.49
0.26
0.74
0.97
-0.23
-0.06
-0.54
0.72
2.21
0.69
0.45
7.9
30.8
28.4
11.1
8.2
30.2
-12.8
14.7
8.5
26.6
17.8
13.9
28.8
22.2
28.5
9.5
-10.3
14.1
12.3
25.6
32.7
46.7
18.9
52.2
30.4
47.6
36.9
20.7
75.4
-14.5
42.7
13.0
35.2
41.8
42.2
76.2
27.9
72.0
29.2
-16.1
12.3
58.8
104.9
80.1
89.1
28.7
-0.07 NS NS
0.05 32.6 50.4
-0.01 1.6 NS
0.11
-0.03
-0.07
0.03
0.02
19.8
11.1
12.9
9.0
9.1
25.1
25.7
22.9
25.4
26.3
0.11
0.29
0.00
0.56
0.12
-0.01
11.7
13.0
6.6
14.3
8.6
2.8
32.4
28.0
13.6
30.6
17.7
5.6
NA NA NA
-0.19 13.7 36.4
0.07 13.7 38.4
0.26 9.9 24.6
0.00 2.3 5.0
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
0.02
0.00
0.02
0.01
0.33
0.02
0.00
0.00
0.05
0.49
0.01
0.01
0.64
0.15
0.17
0.35
0.00
-0.04
-0.03
0.20
5.9
4.2
5.4
17.4
36.5
3.2
3.8
2.2
25.0
22.8
3.3
8.6
16.2
14.4
5.9
18.8
4.8
3.5
1.0
14.0
14.6
7.3
11.1
32.7
62.1
7.7
5.8
11.9
39.3
49.3
9.0
17.3
40.9
30.9
36.7
32.9
7.4
6.1
3.3
34.2
0.01
0.01
0.33
-4.29
0.03
0.02
3.5
7.6
8.5
22.1
5.3
5.8
7.6
21.5
25.2
21.6
10.9
14.3
Data provided by
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
CAInt A p
12.07
CoreAll A p
19.53
CvtSc A p
20.57
DynaTech A p 65.05
EqIn A p
25.07
Fed TF A p
12.00
FedInt p
12.23
FedL T TF
10.36
FL TF A p
10.68
FlRtDA A p
8.81
FoundFAlA p
14.49
FSmCoSer r
25.77
GoldPrM A p
15.69
GrOp B p
38.22
Growth A p
93.92
HiInc A
1.91
HY TF A p
10.16
IncomeA p
2.40
IntSmCoGr r
21.95
LwDuToRt A
9.84
MIInsTF A p
11.48
MNInsTF A p
12.38
MO TF A p
11.58
NC TF A p
11.49
NJ TF A p
11.33
NY TF A p
11.11
OHInsTF A p
12.75
OR TF A p
11.60
PA TF A p
9.98
RisDv A p
60.51
SmCpGr A p
21.17
SmCpVal A p 58.06
SmMCpGrA p 37.50
StrInc A p
9.91
TgtCon A p
14.89
TtlRtn A p
9.82
US Gov A p
6.11
Utils A p
19.72
FrankTemp/Franklin C:
Bal C t
12.30
CA TF C t
7.46
Fed TF C t
12.00
FlRtDA C t
8.82
FoundFAlC p
14.24
Growth C t
86.34
HY TF C t
10.35
Income C t
2.43
NY TF C t
11.10
RisDv C t
59.45
StrInc C p
9.91
US Gov C t
6.07
Utils C t
19.62
FrankTemp/Franklin R:
FrkGrthR6
94.24
FrkIncR6
2.38
FrkSmCpGrR6 22.80
MutShrR6
29.88
TempGlbBndR6 12.15
TmpGlbTotRtnR6 12.27
TmpGrthR6
27.12
TmpFrgnR6
7.96
FrankTemp/Mutual A&B:
Beacn A
16.81
Europ A p
20.65
Shares A
29.53
FrankTemp/Mutual C&R:
Shares C t
29.04
FrankTemp/Temp A:
DvMk A p
21.34
Frgn A p
8.06
GlBond A p
12.20
GlSmCo A p
10.50
Growth A p
27.08
World A p
17.54
FrankTemp/Temp Adv:
EmMkSC Adv p 14.58
Frng Adv
7.96
GlBondAdv p 12.15
TGlTotRAdv
12.28
FrankTemp/Temp B&C:
GlBond C p
12.23
Growth C p
26.29
0.00
NA
0.01
0.32
0.20
0.02
0.00
0.00
0.02
0.00
NA
-0.17
-0.57
0.05
0.49
0.01
0.01
0.02
-0.02
-0.01
0.02
0.03
0.00
0.01
0.02
0.02
0.05
0.00
0.02
0.63
0.14
0.16
0.32
0.00
NA
-0.04
-0.03
0.19
4.2
NA
17.2
36.2
12.2
3.1
3.7
0.9
1.7
1.9
NA
29.3
-0.4
24.8
22.6
7.3
3.3
8.4
33.7
1.5
2.7
3.7
1.5
1.3
2.2
2.5
4.3
3.1
2.2
15.9
14.2
5.6
18.6
4.5
NA
3.2
0.8
13.8
6.9
NA
31.7
60.9
33.4
7.1
5.5
1.1
6.4
11.1
NA
34.2
5.0
38.2
48.2
10.9
8.7
16.7
39.9
3.7
5.3
6.5
6.0
4.5
5.6
5.1
9.4
7.2
6.4
39.8
29.9
35.6
31.9
6.5
NA
5.2
2.9
33.5
0.01
0.02
0.02
0.01
NA
0.43
0.01
0.01
0.02
0.61
0.00
-0.02
0.20
7.0
4.8
2.8
1.7
NA
21.9
2.8
8.3
1.9
15.3
4.3
0.5
13.4
18.8
8.9
5.6
9.9
NA
44.9
6.9
14.7
3.2
36.7
5.3
1.3
31.5
0.50
0.01
0.14
0.25
0.05
0.05
0.05
-0.04
23.0
8.6
14.6
7.6
4.3
4.7
15.3
15.9
50.1
17.5
31.8
27.5
6.1
7.7
22.8
17.8
0.13 12.3 32.6
0.12 11.1 20.5
0.24 7.3 26.0
0.24
6.6 23.2
-0.22
-0.04
0.05
0.00
0.04
0.08
34.9
15.3
4.0
19.9
14.9
10.5
23.6
16.0
4.8
27.7
21.5
19.9
-0.14
-0.03
0.05
0.05
25.6
15.7
4.2
4.6
17.9
17.0
5.6
7.3
0.06 3.7 3.5
0.04 14.3 18.8
G
Gabelli Funds:
ABC pn
10.36
ABCAdv
10.25
Asset pn
61.45
EqInc pn
23.04
GabelliAsstFdClI 61.45
SmCapG n
59.28
SmCpGrwI
60.54
TETONWstMMFdI 30.30
Util A p
9.69
Util C t
6.87
Gartmore Funds:
NationwideInstSv 26.03
Gateway:
GatewayA
33.04
GE Elfun/S&S:
RSPIncm n
11.55
RSPUSEq n
57.67
Tax Ex n
11.62
Trusts n
64.33
Glenmede Funds:
SmCpEqAdv
32.10
GMO Trust Class III:
EmgCntryDt r 30.60
Quality
24.98
USTreas
24.99
GMO Trust Class IV:
CorePlusBd
21.77
0.00
0.00
0.16
0.06
0.16
0.11
0.12
0.05
0.03
0.01
1.9
1.7
15.2
11.4
15.5
15.3
15.5
15.0
10.1
9.3
9.0
8.2
30.3
25.7
31.3
40.6
41.7
41.7
25.1
22.2
0.27 16.5 41.2
0.08
8.1 18.6
-0.05
0.19
0.01
-0.13
3.5 7.9
17.0 37.7
4.5 8.5
20.9 41.7
0.37 11.4 41.8
NA NA NA
0.19 23.2 48.4
NA NA NA
NA
NA
NA
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
EmergMkt
34.41
EmgCntrDt
30.56
IntlEq
23.88
Quality
25.02
GMO Trust Class VI:
AssetAllBd
22.38
EmgMkts r
34.42
Quality
24.99
USCoreEq
15.86
Goldman Sachs A:
CapGr
29.80
MidCapVal p
39.06
SmCap
60.93
Goldman Sachs Inst:
CoreFix
10.51
EmgMEq
22.38
EnhInc
9.43
GlbInc
12.31
Gr
31.04
GrOpps
28.73
HiQtyFltRte
8.72
HiYield
6.63
HYMuni
9.53
Int
13.46
MidCapVa
39.50
Muni
15.69
ShDuGov
9.88
ShDuTF
10.55
SmCapVa
65.43
Guggenheim Funds Tru:
FloRaStraFdInst 26.10
MacOppFdClA 26.72
MacOppFdClInstl 26.76
TotRtnBdFdClInst 27.08
TotRtnBondFdClA 27.05
GuideStone Funds:
AggrAllGS4
12.70
BalAllGS4
12.24
GrAllGS4
12.69
GrEqGS2
26.61
IntEqGS2
16.75
LowDurGS2
13.44
MedDurGS2
14.83
ValEqGS2
23.03
-0.15 27.9 20.9
NA NA NA
-0.04 22.3 18.6
0.20 23.2 50.7
NA NA NA
-0.14 28.0 21.1
0.20 26.6 54.9
0.16 15.1 41.0
0.16 25.9 42.4
NA NA NA
NA NA NA
-0.05
-0.05
0.00
NA
0.21
0.20
0.00
0.02
0.01
-0.02
NA
0.02
-0.01
0.00
NA
1.8
39.7
1.2
NA
24.3
23.3
1.4
6.5
8.2
26.3
NA
5.4
0.8
2.3
NA
5.5
37.3
2.8
NA
53.3
27.5
2.3
14.1
17.2
39.0
NA
9.4
2.2
3.3
NA
0.03
0.04
0.05
-0.07
-0.07
3.2
4.2
4.5
5.3
5.1
13.0
14.6
15.8
14.0
12.8
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
-0.07
0.14
0.13
0.03
-0.43
-0.43
0.15
0.32
4.7
30.9
30.5
6.4
20.0
19.7
7.9
17.7
9.0
53.9
52.2
14.3
16.4
15.1
33.3
54.3
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
0.08
0.01
0.32
0.06
0.36
0.32
0.14
0.02
0.01
0.23
0.19
-0.08
0.38
-0.06
11.5
8.9
18.0
12.0
16.0
13.7
13.5
3.9
18.0
27.4
23.2
21.3
19.2
4.1
24.7
24.4
34.1
26.3
43.3
38.9
40.5
12.1
26.6
53.0
43.2
26.7
45.8
6.9
H
Harbor Funds:
Bond n
11.67
CapApInst n
74.14
CapApInv pn
71.74
HiYBdInst nr
10.22
IntlInst nr
70.11
IntlInv tn
69.35
MdCpVal Inst n 23.56
SmCpValInst n 35.84
Harding Loevner:
EmgMktsAdv 57.73
IntlEq
22.56
Hartford Funds A:
BalanA
23.48
BalIncA
14.79
CapAppA p
41.98
Chks&Bal p
10.47
DiscpEqA p
28.42
DivGth A p
27.56
EqInc t
20.73
FltRateA t
8.75
GlbCapAppr
18.71
GrOppty t
45.63
Hlthcare
35.78
IntOppA p
17.37
MidCap A p
30.23
TotRBdA p
10.43
Hartford Funds C:
Bal IncC
14.58
CapAppC
33.73
FltRateC t
8.74
MidCapC t
22.58
Hartford Funds I:
BalIncI
14.79
CapAppI
42.15
DivGthI
27.44
EmrgMktEqInv r 16.16
EqIncI
20.62
FltRateI
8.76
GrowOppI t
47.42
InterValue
17.97
MidCap
30.99
USSmMdCpOpInv r 14.53
WorldBond
10.50
Hartford Funds Y:
DivGthY
28.15
IntOppY
18.21
IntlValY
18.33
MidCapY
35.72
Hartford HLS Fds IA:
Balanced
30.53
CapApp
49.13
DiscEqui
14.98
Div&Grwth
23.60
GrwthOpp
37.56
IntlOpp
17.02
MidCap
39.09
SmallCo
19.55
SmCpGrwth
31.42
Stock
77.38
TotRetBd
11.25
Hartford HLS Fds IB:
CapApprec p
48.38
Heartland Funds:
Val Inv n
44.00
Hennessy Funds:
0.00 8.2 21.6
0.26 17.3 31.2
0.02 3.4 9.6
0.28 18.5 42.7
0.01
0.33
0.32
-0.07
0.14
0.02
0.24
-0.04
0.39
0.16
0.01
9.1
18.3
13.9
35.7
13.7
4.1
27.7
21.2
19.4
11.7
2.3
25.3
35.3
39.7
28.3
41.5
13.0
54.1
39.4
46.9
47.1
4.0
0.32
-0.08
-0.04
0.45
14.0
21.6
21.3
19.5
40.3
28.4
39.8
47.5
0.10
0.26
0.19
0.28
0.19
-0.08
0.49
0.17
0.25
0.48
-0.05
11.7
18.6
16.1
14.2
27.5
22.1
19.6
21.0
17.4
14.6
4.5
25.9
36.0
44.8
40.9
56.0
29.3
47.5
22.8
47.7
37.5
8.8
0.26 18.3 35.0
0.13
8.9 20.3
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
CorMidCap30Inst 23.04
FocInst
87.87
FocInv
85.68
GasUtilIndInv 30.32
Homestead Funds:
44.47
SmCoStk n
Value n
55.05
Hotchkis and Wiley:
12.24
HiYldClA
HiYldI
12.32
MidCpVal
37.70
61.80
SmCpVal
0.27 15.4 35.5
0.96 16.0 43.7
0.93 15.6 42.1
0.00 9.2 16.9
0.50 8.1 38.1
0.42 16.4 43.0
0.02
0.03
0.01
-0.03
7.4
7.6
1.1
4.8
17.1
18.0
18.1
27.9
I
ICM Small Company:
ICMSmCo
34.88
IFP US Equity Fund:
IFP US EquityFd 17.98
Invesco Fds Investor:
20.28
DivrsDiv n
GlHltCr pn
39.27
Invesco Funds A:
500InxA p
28.10
AmValA
39.72
BalancedRiskAllA 11.18
Chart
18.91
CmstA
26.25
CpBdA
7.46
DevMkt
36.92
24.69
DivIncm p
DivrsDiv p
20.30
EqIncA
11.30
EqWtdA p
59.23
FltgRate p
7.58
Glcoreeq p
16.59
GlHltCr
39.26
28.77
GrIncA
GrowAlloc p
15.99
HYld
4.23
HYMuA
10.10
IntlGrow
36.51
IntTMIA p
11.18
LmtdTrmMunInc p 11.41
24.06
MdCpCEq
MidCpGwth p 39.89
ModeAlloc p
13.70
MunInA
13.45
RealEst p
21.90
39.12
SmCpGr
SmCpValA t
21.30
Invesco Funds C:
BalancedRiskAllC 10.74
DivrsDiv t
20.04
Eq IncC
11.10
56.62
EqWtdC
TEHYC
10.07
Invesco Funds Instl:
IntlGrow
37.13
43.61
SmCpGr
Invesco Funds P:
Summit P pn 19.98
Invesco Funds Y:
BalancedRiskAllY n 11.33
59.85
EqWtdY n
IVA Funds:
18.22
Intl I r
WorldwideA t 19.15
WorldwideC t 18.77
WorldwideI r
19.24
Ivy Funds:
AssetStrA p
23.74
AssetStrC t
22.40
24.11
AssetStr I r
BalancedA p
25.05
BalancedC t
24.87
EmgMktEqFdI 21.31
HiIncA p
7.61
HiIncC t
7.61
HiIncI r
7.61
19.93
IntlCorEqI r
IntlValA
19.78
LgCpGwthl r
23.05
LtdTrmI r
10.83
MidCapI
25.13
ScTechA p
68.35
ScTechC t
59.35
74.77
ScTechI r
ScTechY t
71.85
0.24 10.8 54.0
NA
NA
NA
0.09 6.4 34.4
-0.11 19.3 16.8
0.25
0.15
-0.02
-0.08
0.33
-0.02
-0.13
0.05
0.10
0.08
0.52
0.01
-0.08
-0.11
0.35
0.03
0.01
0.00
-0.11
0.00
0.00
0.05
0.02
0.01
0.00
-0.26
0.42
0.32
16.4
4.4
6.3
10.9
12.3
6.8
27.0
7.0
6.4
8.2
13.6
3.2
19.4
19.3
10.2
13.2
6.3
7.6
20.3
4.8
3.0
12.0
18.7
10.6
5.5
6.3
19.8
13.8
41.6
19.2
14.8
21.0
34.3
13.4
17.2
37.8
34.3
28.8
37.7
11.1
29.1
16.8
39.0
21.8
13.5
17.3
19.9
7.8
3.7
25.1
32.5
17.5
10.1
23.4
42.5
37.0
-0.02
0.09
0.08
0.49
0.00
5.6
5.7
7.5
12.9
7.0
12.3
31.2
26.0
34.7
14.8
-0.12 20.6 21.1
0.47 20.2 44.2
-0.14 25.7 49.5
-0.01 6.5 15.7
0.53 13.9 38.7
-0.08
0.01
0.00
0.01
15.5
11.7
11.0
11.9
21.8
18.1
15.4
19.0
0.00
-0.01
0.00
0.04
0.03
-0.12
0.00
0.00
0.00
-0.09
-0.08
0.10
-0.02
0.13
0.47
0.40
0.52
0.50
14.4
13.8
14.7
8.3
7.6
39.9
7.3
6.7
7.5
19.1
18.8
25.0
2.0
20.7
33.5
32.7
33.8
33.6
1.3
-0.9
2.1
16.5
14.1
40.6
13.9
11.5
14.8
24.8
23.6
47.0
4.7
32.7
42.4
39.4
43.6
42.5
25.33
NA
NA
NA
32.58
32.84
32.89
19.93
68.23
112.89
115.21
10.41
7.89
7.84
76.27
56.00
30.50
52.56
8.55
30.11
18.27
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
J
JamesBalGR A n:
JamesBalGR A n
Janus Henderson:
Balanced C
Balanced S
Balanced T n
Contrarian T n
Enterprise Inst
Enterprise S
Enterprise T n
FlxBnd T n
GlbEqIncA
GlbEqIncC
GlbResch T nr
GlLifeSci T nr
GlTech T nr
Grw&Inc T n
HiYld T nr
IntlOppsA p
MdCpVal T n
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
Overseas T nr 32.50
46.42
Resh T n
24.02
SCVal T n
ShtTmBd T n
3.03
78.63
Venture T n
Jensen I :
45.93
Jensen I
JensenQualGrJ n:
JensenQualGrJ n 45.92
John Hancock:
31.31
500IndexB I
15.95
BondI
15.98
BondR6
CapApprNAV 19.22
32.69
ClassicVal I
DispValMdCpR6 24.14
DispValR6
22.21
22.17
DispVal I
EmrgMktsNAV 11.75
GblAbRStratI 10.41
GblAbRStratR6 10.43
11.63
GblShrhYldI
IntlGrwI
26.96
17.34
IntlValNAV
12.97
LifeBalSrsI
14.43
LifeGrwI
22.19
MdCpIdxI
Science&TechI 28.88
TotalStkMktIdxI 21.73
13.63
TRNAV
John Hancock Class 1:
BlueChipGrw 40.49
19.18
CapAppr
LSAggr
17.50
15.94
LSBalncd
13.21
LSConserv
17.09
LSGwth
14.35
LSModer
12.44
RetCho2020
RetCho2025
13.71
15.26
RetCho2035
14.67
RetCho2030
RetCho2040R4 15.60
15.73
RetCho2045
RetCho2050R4 14.02
RetLiv2020
11.17
11.91
RetLiv2025
12.26
RetLiv2030
12.78
RetLiv2035
12.81
RetLiv2040
12.71
RetLiv2045
John Hancock Funds A:
20.38
BalA
15.95
BondA p
22.79
DispVal
DispValMdCp 23.26
26.87
IntlGrw
FunLgCpCorA p 51.77
LifeBal
16.03
13.24
LifeConsv
17.12
LifeGrw
14.39
LifeMod
27.45
RgBkA
StrIncA p
6.49
47.30
USGlobLdrs
John Hancock Funds C:
16.03
LifeBal
17.05
LifestyleGrw
John Hancock Instl:
24.14
DispValMCI
FunLgCpCorI 53.95
IncomeI
6.47
StratIncmOppI 10.94
USGlbLdrsGrwI 50.41
JPMorgan A Class:
11.63
CoreBond
CorePlusBd p
8.29
16.62
EqInc p
39.77
EqIndx p
19.66
GwthAdv p
HighYld p
7.49
15.96
Inv Bal p
InvCon p
13.12
18.26
InvG&I p
21.71
InvGrwt p
41.50
LgCpGwth p
30.30
MdCpGrw p
39.14
MdCpVal p
51.09
Sm Cap p
SR2020 p
19.90
21.47
SR2030 p
22.58
SR2040A p
16.79
USEquity
USLgCpCorePlA p 32.27
35.00
ValAdv t
JPMorgan C Class:
11.70
CoreBond p
InvBal p
15.73
13.06
InvConsvGr t
34.74
ValAdv t
JPMorgan Funds:
27.22
DiscEqL
18.27
Dvrsified L
40.14
MdCpVal L
16.84
USEquity L
USSmCo L
19.55
JPMorgan I Class:
11.63
CoreBond
CorePlusBd
8.29
28.52
EmMktEq I
16.90
EqInc
39.82
EqIndx
GrAdv r
20.17
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
0.57 18.5 49.5
0.57 18.2 48.4
0.27
-0.06
-0.06
0.02
0.33
0.23
0.38
0.38
-0.05
0.04
0.05
0.00
-0.26
-0.06
0.00
0.03
0.19
0.07
0.16
-0.07
16.6
4.7
4.8
31.1
11.6
12.5
14.5
14.5
30.1
2.7
2.9
14.4
32.4
16.0
11.8
15.4
11.5
36.0
15.8
4.3
42.8
9.9
10.4
54.4
40.8
47.7
36.6
36.1
20.1
4.0
4.4
21.3
41.9
16.2
17.3
16.4
42.2
70.1
40.0
8.5
0.13
0.02
0.04
0.03
-0.01
0.04
0.00
-0.02
0.00
0.03
0.01
0.03
0.03
0.04
0.01
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.03
0.03
31.2
31.1
19.5
12.9
6.5
16.3
9.5
6.0
9.2
14.1
12.1
15.1
15.5
15.7
11.8
13.8
15.4
16.8
17.8
17.9
58.4
54.2
33.0
23.1
11.9
28.4
17.4
12.5
18.4
27.1
23.9
29.1
30.0
30.1
23.3
26.7
29.3
31.3
32.7
32.8
0.05
-0.06
0.39
0.22
-0.26
0.40
0.02
-0.01
0.04
0.00
0.46
0.00
0.18
10.4
4.5
14.2
12.2
32.1
17.2
12.6
6.3
15.9
9.2
8.1
4.0
21.6
22.1
8.9
35.1
46.2
40.6
45.6
21.8
10.7
26.9
16.1
75.2
8.3
46.0
0.02 11.9 19.2
0.03 15.2 24.2
0.23 12.4 47.3
0.42 17.5 46.7
0.00 4.1 9.3
0.00 5.4 13.6
0.20 21.9 47.1
-0.05
-0.04
0.17
0.35
0.17
0.02
0.03
0.00
0.06
0.10
0.32
0.35
0.31
0.50
0.01
0.04
0.06
0.15
0.23
0.39
3.0
3.5
12.3
16.5
29.6
6.6
10.6
7.5
13.5
16.9
31.3
24.9
9.8
11.9
11.4
15.3
17.7
15.9
15.8
9.1
5.9
7.7
37.6
42.1
54.5
14.1
21.1
14.6
26.8
34.3
49.7
38.8
34.9
46.3
21.1
27.2
30.9
40.6
38.5
32.3
-0.06
0.03
0.01
0.39
2.5 3.9
10.2 19.3
7.1 12.9
8.7 30.4
0.20
0.05
0.33
0.15
0.08
16.5
14.9
10.3
16.1
6.8
36.9
26.7
36.9
42.0
39.8
-0.05
-0.03
-0.31
0.18
0.35
0.17
3.3
3.8
35.9
12.6
16.7
29.8
6.5
8.3
26.3
38.8
43.2
55.4
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Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
HighYld n
9.92
LrgCpGro n
19.82
MgdAlloc n
12.98
TIAA/CREF Funds:
BdIdxInst
10.83
BdPlsInst
10.47
BondInst
10.41
EnItlEqIdxInst 8.30
EnLCGrIdxInst 13.74
EnLCVal IdxInst 10.64
EqIdxInst
19.31
Gr&IncInst
14.23
Gr&IncRet
14.47
HgYldInst
9.88
InflLkdBdInst 11.49
IntlEqIdxInst
20.23
IntlEqIdxRet
20.64
IntlEqInst
13.11
IntlEqRet
13.55
LC2015Ret
12.68
LC2020Ret
13.34
LC2025Ret
13.72
LC2030Ret
14.06
LC2035Ret
14.54
LC2040Inst
11.33
LC2040Ret
15.01
LC2045Ret
12.58
LCIdx2020Inst 16.59
LCIdx2025Inst 17.38
LCIdx2035Inst 19.02
LCIdx2045Inst 19.65
LCIdx2040Inst 19.57
LrgCpGrIdxInst 28.02
LrgCpGrIdxRet 28.18
LrgCpGrInst
19.90
LrgCpVl IdxInst 19.79
LrgCpVl IdxRet 20.07
LrgCpVl Inst
19.82
LrgCpVlRet
19.72
MdCpGrInst
24.08
MdCpVl Inst
25.03
MdCpVlRet
24.85
RealSecInst
16.25
S&P500IdxInst 29.03
S&P500IdxRet 28.82
ShTrmBdInst 10.35
SmCpBl IdxInst 22.11
SmCpBl IdxRet 22.16
SmCpEqInst
20.72
SmCpEqRet
20.23
SocChEqInst 19.24
Tocqueville Funds:
Gold tn
36.68
IntlVal pn
17.53
Tortoise Capital:
TorMLPPipInsCl 13.20
Touchstone Family Fd:
FlexIncY
11.04
FocEqY
45.25
SandsCapGrI 24.60
0.03 5.2 16.0
0.11 29.0 51.9
0.01 13.9 26.6
-0.06
-0.05
-0.04
-0.03
0.12
0.12
0.15
0.11
0.12
0.03
-0.05
-0.05
-0.05
-0.01
-0.02
0.01
0.01
0.02
0.03
0.04
0.04
0.05
0.04
0.01
0.02
0.05
0.07
0.07
0.23
0.23
0.11
0.19
0.18
0.15
0.15
0.22
0.15
0.14
-0.13
0.25
0.25
-0.01
0.10
0.09
0.12
0.12
0.13
3.0
4.3
4.0
23.0
23.2
9.6
16.4
18.7
18.6
5.4
1.1
22.2
22.0
28.0
27.7
11.5
12.8
14.2
15.7
17.2
18.9
18.6
19.2
11.3
12.6
15.3
17.3
16.7
24.0
23.8
29.3
9.8
9.6
9.7
9.4
22.5
8.9
8.7
9.9
16.8
16.6
1.8
12.5
12.3
12.2
12.0
16.6
6.2
9.9
9.5
24.4
54.6
33.3
43.3
45.2
44.2
16.9
1.2
24.0
23.1
30.4
29.3
22.2
24.7
27.3
29.9
32.4
35.7
34.8
35.7
22.7
25.3
30.6
34.1
33.1
52.0
50.8
53.3
34.5
33.4
35.3
34.4
35.9
32.2
31.2
30.5
43.8
42.8
4.5
44.7
43.6
48.4
47.3
39.6
-1.41 8.6 -0.2
-0.09 22.6 39.1
-0.41 -4.8 -15.7
0.00 6.3 14.4
0.21 11.1 38.9
0.10 34.4 32.7
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
SandsCapGrY 17.89 0.07
17.16 0.06
SelGrwth
Transamerica A:
AsAlCnsrv p
11.59 -0.03
AsAIGrow p
16.39 0.00
AsAlMod p
12.81 -0.02
AsAlModGr p 14.41 -0.02
Balanced
27.87 0.07
Transamerica C:
AsAlGrow t
15.87 0.00
12.72 -0.02
AsAlMod t
AsAlModGr t
14.31 -0.02
Trust for Professional Ma:
PMCDiversfdEqty n 27.93 0.16
PerfTrstStratBdF n 22.76 -0.02
SmeadValueInstl 46.07 0.74
Tweedy Browne Fds:
GblValue n
28.40 -0.06
Value n
23.57 -0.01
34.2 32.3
34.0 31.3
8.5
16.8
10.6
13.4
10.8
16.1
34.1
20.2
26.2
25.2
16.2 31.2
9.9 17.7
12.7 24.3
17.0 27.9
6.3 15.9
18.3 37.7
13.4 22.1
13.3 22.2
U
Ultimus:
LyricalUSVlEqI n
UM Funds:
BehavVal
BehavValA t
USAA Group:
AgvGt n
CA Bd n
CapGr n
CrnrsMod n
CrnstModAggr n
ExtMktIn n
Gr&Inc n
Grwth n
HiIncm n
Inco n
IncStk n
Intl n
IntmTerm n
IntTerBd n
LgTerm n
Nasdaq100 n
PrecMM n
S&PIdx n
S&PReward n
SciTech n
ShtT n
ShtTBndA n
SmCpStk n
TarRet2020 n
TarRet2030 n
TarRet2040 n
TarRet2050 n
VA Bd n
ValueFd n
WldGr n
19.27 0.18 17.4 42.3
70.42 0.43
68.65 0.42
46.08
11.08
12.30
15.53
27.30
19.70
25.07
30.03
8.27
13.21
20.59
33.38
13.38
10.70
13.43
17.40
13.14
36.62
36.63
28.19
10.51
9.20
19.07
13.59
14.61
14.76
14.81
11.33
22.52
32.76
0.14
-0.01
0.09
-0.02
-0.03
0.00
0.16
0.19
0.03
-0.05
0.16
-0.22
0.01
-0.03
0.00
0.04
-0.41
0.32
0.32
0.04
0.01
-0.01
0.06
0.00
0.01
0.02
0.03
0.00
0.22
-0.06
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
9.1 44.0
8.7 42.3
25.4
4.7
19.1
11.1
12.2
13.6
14.8
23.3
6.7
5.0
13.0
24.6
5.3
5.6
4.9
26.2
8.4
16.6
16.7
33.9
2.0
2.3
7.7
10.7
13.3
15.1
15.9
3.7
11.4
20.4
46.3
9.4
42.5
14.2
15.4
37.3
39.2
53.9
13.3
9.7
34.9
29.8
7.7
9.6
9.6
61.0
1.0
43.0
43.4
69.9
2.4
5.1
32.9
18.4
23.4
26.8
28.4
7.9
33.5
36.0
V
VALIC:
CoreBd
11.14
13.11
CoreVal
10.96
FrgnVal
GlobEq
9.24
HighYdBd
7.86
21.60
HlthSci
11.16
InflPro
IntlEq
7.48
20.02
IntlSmCpEq
28.30
MidCpIdx
22.48
MidCpVal
28.83
SciTech
22.36
SmCpIdx
15.59
SmCpVal
21.11
SocResp
39.17
StckIdx
11.45
StraBd
16.21
ValUltra
Van Eck Funds:
17.90
EmgMktsY
VANGUARD ADMIRAL:
400MCpIdxInst 246.30
237.95
500Adml n
34.01
BalAdml n
11.85
CAITAdml n
12.22
CALTAdml n
CapOpAdml nr 156.09
68.30
CoStIxAd nr
DivAppIdxAdm n 26.38
37.15
EMAdmr n
EnergyAd nr
46.09
EnergyAdml nr 97.22
EqIncAdml n
76.40
EuropeAdml n 73.04
ExplrAdml n
94.87
82.56
ExtndAdml n
GNMAAdml n 10.50
GroIncAdml n 77.67
GrwthAdml n 69.69
HltClxAd nr
77.96
HlthCareAdml nr 91.34
HYCorAdml nr 5.99
25.65
InfProAd
80.86
InfTechIdx n
IntlGrAdml n
94.15
ITBondAdml n 11.42
ITCorpIx
23.66
21.73
ITGovIX
ITIGradeAdml n 9.81
11.13
ITsryAdml n
59.66
LarCapAd
LTGradeAdml n 10.57
12.14
LTsryAdml n
MidCpAdml n 186.09
94.61
MorgAdml n
-0.04
0.18
-0.04
-0.07
0.02
0.22
-0.05
-0.02
-0.24
0.25
0.19
0.06
0.09
0.03
0.16
0.34
0.00
0.06
4.0
13.8
15.5
38.1
7.5
26.6
3.6
21.4
32.4
11.5
11.3
36.7
12.1
4.1
15.8
16.5
6.4
24.9
7.5
42.2
15.7
27.2
16.3
44.1
2.7
22.4
47.1
43.0
36.2
72.7
43.2
39.4
41.5
42.7
11.7
47.2
NA
NA
NA
2.12
2.08
0.11
-0.01
0.00
0.42
-0.78
0.33
-0.23
-0.34
-0.37
0.60
-0.49
0.94
0.42
-0.06
0.65
0.12
1.28
0.58
0.01
-0.16
0.72
-0.90
-0.07
-0.10
-0.12
-0.04
-0.07
0.53
-0.09
-0.18
1.75
0.43
11.7
16.8
11.0
5.0
6.2
25.6
5.3
15.9
27.2
-9.5
-3.4
14.0
24.7
18.0
14.5
1.8
15.8
22.7
24.3
20.5
7.3
1.6
31.1
39.8
3.7
5.2
1.8
4.1
1.8
17.1
8.6
5.7
15.4
25.4
43.8
44.0
27.6
8.3
11.5
59.4
28.5
38.1
17.4
-15.2
-7.6
42.6
23.2
39.5
39.9
5.8
44.2
46.0
43.4
36.4
18.2
2.9
74.6
43.6
7.7
11.4
4.3
9.7
4.5
43.4
17.2
9.7
38.8
51.2
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
MuHYAdml n
MuIntAdml n
MuLTAdml n
MuLtdAdml n
MuShtAdml n
NJLTAdml n
NYLTAdml n
PacifAdml n
PALTAdml n
PrmcpAdml nr
REITAdml nr
S&PSC600Idx
SmCapAdml n
SmGthAdml n
STBondAdml n
STCorpIx
STFedAdml n
STIPSIxAdm n
STIGradeAdml n
STsryAdml n
TotBdAdml n
TotIntBdIdxAdm n
TotIntlAdmIdx nr
TotStAdml n
TxMBal nr
TxMCapAdml n
TxMIn nr
TxMSC nr
USGroAdml n
UtilIxAd nr
ValAdml n
WdsrllAdml n
WellsIAdml n
WelltnAdml n
WndsrAdml n
VANGUARD FDS:
AWxUSSCInv nr
CAIT n
CapOp nr
CapValue n
Convrt n
DevMktsIndInv n
DivAppIn n
DivdGro n
DivrEq n
EmgMktSelStk n
Energy nr
EqInc n
Explr n
EXPValFd n
FTAlWldIn nr
FTAlWldInAdml n
GlbEq n
GloMinVolFdAdm n
GNMA n
GroInc n
HiDvdYld n
HlthCare nr
HYCor nr
InflaPro n
11.42
14.22
11.70
10.99
15.80
12.18
11.86
86.89
11.66
135.67
118.57
275.48
68.81
54.67
10.44
21.75
10.66
24.78
10.68
10.61
10.76
21.83
29.86
64.44
30.29
132.23
14.11
60.22
95.75
60.62
39.98
69.19
65.09
73.68
79.20
0.00
-0.01
-0.01
0.00
0.00
0.00
-0.02
0.21
0.00
1.31
-1.53
1.66
0.41
0.35
-0.02
-0.04
-0.03
-0.04
-0.02
-0.02
-0.05
-0.01
-0.12
0.53
0.11
1.14
-0.05
0.36
0.23
0.78
0.61
0.69
-0.05
0.45
0.74
6.9
4.7
5.8
2.7
1.4
7.4
5.5
22.6
5.9
24.7
4.2
10.3
12.4
17.5
1.4
2.6
0.9
0.6
2.2
0.7
3.1
1.5
23.6
16.5
10.4
17.4
22.6
10.0
27.0
15.7
12.4
12.1
7.8
11.3
15.4
13.1
8.1
11.4
3.9
2.4
11.6
11.1
31.5
11.5
55.9
25.4
50.9
39.7
37.1
3.4
6.1
2.7
1.4
5.8
2.1
6.4
9.7
23.8
43.1
24.5
44.9
26.1
50.2
49.9
41.2
41.4
33.1
21.6
30.4
37.6
44.14
11.85
67.59
13.11
13.62
10.93
38.89
26.37
35.52
22.53
51.80
36.45
101.98
37.01
21.11
33.25
30.67
27.16
10.50
47.57
32.98
216.51
5.99
13.07
-0.38
-0.01
0.18
0.06
0.00
-0.03
0.48
0.17
0.26
-0.18
-0.19
0.28
1.00
0.18
-0.07
-0.11
0.02
0.07
-0.06
0.40
0.37
1.37
0.01
-0.08
24.5
4.9
25.6
9.2
8.0
22.5
15.9
14.3
18.1
28.5
-3.5
13.9
17.9
10.2
23.5
23.5
23.6
13.8
1.7
15.7
12.4
20.5
7.2
1.5
28.7
8.0
59.1
16.8
16.5
25.8
37.7
36.6
40.6
19.6
-7.8
42.2
39.0
41.4
23.0
23.5
38.4
40.6
5.4
43.7
41.6
36.2
17.8
2.6
Data provided by
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
IntlExplr n
IntlGr n
IntlVal n
INSTTRF2015
INSTTRF2020
INSTTRF2025
INSTTRF2030
INSTTRF2035
INSTTRF2040
INSTTRF2045
INSTTRF2050
INSTTRF2055
INSTTRF2060
INSTTRFINC
ITIGrade n
ITTsry n
LifeCon n
LifeGro n
LifeInc n
LifeMod n
LTIGrade n
LTTsry n
MATxEx n
MgdPayFdInv n
MidCpGro pn
MktNeuInv nr
Morg n
MuHY n
MuInt n
MuLong n
MuLtd n
MuSht n
OHLTte n
PrecMtlsMing nr
Primcp nr
PrmcpCor n
SelValu nr
STAR n
STFed n
STIGrade n
STIPSixInv n
StratgcEq n
StrSmCpEqInv n
STTsry n
TgtRe2015 n
TgtRe2020 n
TgtRe2025 n
TgtRe2030 n
TgtRe2035 n
TgtRe2040 n
TgtRe2045 n
TgtRe2050 n
TgtRet2055 n
TgtRe2060 n
TgtRetInc n
TotIntBdIxInv n
USGro n
USValue n
WellsI n
Welltn n
21.62
29.60
39.13
22.05
22.47
22.74
22.93
23.13
23.32
23.46
23.47
23.50
23.48
21.39
9.81
11.13
19.82
33.06
15.53
26.86
10.57
12.14
10.83
18.86
26.37
11.97
30.52
11.42
14.22
11.70
10.99
15.80
12.67
10.46
130.91
26.96
33.11
27.10
10.66
10.68
24.75
35.60
37.47
10.61
15.88
31.52
18.48
33.39
20.51
35.32
22.19
35.69
38.64
34.10
13.54
10.92
36.97
19.99
26.87
42.67
-0.22
-0.28
-0.10
-0.01
0.01
0.02
0.03
0.05
0.06
0.06
0.06
0.06
0.06
-0.03
-0.04
-0.07
-0.01
0.06
-0.03
0.02
-0.09
-0.18
-0.01
-0.04
0.20
0.06
0.14
0.00
-0.01
-0.01
0.00
0.00
0.00
-0.38
1.26
0.12
0.20
0.02
-0.03
-0.02
-0.04
0.28
0.12
-0.02
-0.01
0.01
0.02
0.05
0.04
0.08
0.06
0.09
0.10
0.09
-0.02
0.00
0.09
0.17
-0.02
0.26
32.4
39.7
23.2
9.4
11.6
13.1
14.4
15.6
17.0
17.5
17.5
17.5
17.5
7.0
4.0
1.7
9.0
15.7
5.7
12.3
8.5
5.7
5.2
11.0
17.7
-3.4
25.2
6.9
4.6
5.7
2.6
1.3
5.5
11.3
24.6
21.6
15.0
15.2
0.8
2.1
0.5
10.0
8.6
0.6
9.4
11.5
13.0
14.3
15.6
16.9
17.5
17.4
17.4
17.4
6.9
1.5
26.9
9.1
7.7
11.3
43.7
43.1
19.4
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
9.4
4.1
18.4
29.9
12.7
24.2
16.8
9.4
9.5
22.2
31.4
6.3
50.7
12.8
7.8
11.1
3.6
2.1
11.4
9.5
55.6
52.7
38.1
27.8
2.4
5.5
1.1
40.7
39.8
1.8
19.4
23.1
25.7
27.8
29.9
31.9
32.7
32.6
32.5
32.5
14.4
9.6
49.3
36.5
21.3
30.0
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
Wndsr n
23.48
WndsrII n
38.99
VANGUARD INDEX FDS:
500 n
237.93
Balanced n
34.01
EmerMkt nr
28.29
Europe n
31.36
Extnd n
82.60
203.74
ExtndIstPl
111.62
FTAIWdInPl
16.83
FTSESoc n
Growth n
69.69
11.42
IdxITB n
ITCorpIxInst
29.24
LTBond n
14.12
MdCpGrAdml n 53.69
MdCpVlAdml n 55.82
42.42
MdCpVlIn n
MidCp n
41.02
REIT nr
27.79
RUSS2000IdxInst 230.16
SmCap n
68.78
SmGth n
43.73
SmVal n
31.06
SmValAdml n 55.67
10.44
STBond n
TotBd n
10.76
TotBd2 n
10.72
TotIntl n
17.85
TotSt n
64.42
TtlWldIxInv nr 29.35
Value n
39.98
VANGUARD INSTL FDS:
BalInst
34.02
DevMktsIndInst 14.13
DevMktsInxInst 22.09
EmgMktInstPl 93.97
EmMkInst r
28.25
EuroInst
31.15
ExDurTrsInst 34.92
ExtndInst
82.56
FTAlWldIst r
105.40
FTScinst
16.84
GrwthInst
69.69
InPrSeIn
10.45
InstIdx
234.76
InstPlus
234.78
InstTStIdx
57.80
InstTStPlus
57.81
ITBdInst
11.42
ITBdInstPI
11.42
LaCapInst
245.53
LTBdInst
14.12
LTBdInstPl
14.12
MidCpInst
41.11
MidCpIstPl
202.74
REITInstl r
18.35
Rs1000GrwIdxInst 253.65
Rs1000Vl IdxInst 205.93
Russ1000IdxInst 228.72
0.22 15.3 37.3
0.39 12.0 32.8
2.08
0.11
-0.18
-0.22
0.42
1.04
-0.38
0.16
0.11
-0.07
-0.12
-0.15
0.51
0.51
0.39
0.38
-0.36
1.00
0.40
0.28
0.17
0.30
-0.02
-0.05
-0.06
-0.07
0.53
0.07
0.60
16.8
10.9
27.1
24.5
14.4
14.5
23.6
19.0
22.6
3.7
5.2
7.7
18.8
12.5
12.4
15.3
4.1
12.5
12.3
17.3
8.3
8.4
1.3
3.0
3.0
23.5
16.4
19.7
12.3
43.5
27.2
16.8
22.6
39.3
40.0
23.6
46.7
45.4
7.5
11.5
12.8
37.8
39.5
39.0
38.3
24.9
44.1
39.1
36.6
41.0
41.5
3.1
6.1
6.0
23.6
42.7
32.9
40.8
0.11
-0.05
-0.07
-0.59
-0.17
-0.21
-0.73
0.42
-0.36
0.16
0.12
-0.06
2.05
2.06
0.47
0.48
-0.07
-0.07
2.16
-0.15
-0.15
0.39
1.91
-0.24
2.02
1.88
1.95
11.0
22.6
22.7
27.3
27.3
24.7
8.2
14.5
23.5
19.1
22.7
1.6
16.9
16.9
16.5
16.4
3.8
3.8
17.1
7.8
7.8
15.4
15.4
4.2
24.0
9.8
16.7
27.7
26.2
26.3
17.6
17.5
23.3
12.8
40.0
23.5
47.1
46.0
3.0
44.0
44.1
43.3
43.4
7.8
7.8
43.5
13.2
13.2
38.9
38.9
25.5
51.9
34.2
42.8
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
Russ3000Idx
SmCapInst
SmCapIstPl
SmGthInst
SmValInst
STBdIdxInstPl
STBDInst
STCorpIxInst p
STIGradeInst
STIPSIxins
TotBdInst
TotBdInst2
TotBdInstPl
TotIntBdIdxInst
TotIntlInstIdx r
TotItlInstPlId r
TotStInst
TtlWrldIxInst p
TxMCaInst r
ValueInst
Victory Funds:
EstValA
EstValI
EstValR p
SmCap Grwth p
SmCoOppA
SmCoOppI
VirtusFunds:
CeredexLgCpVlEqI
CeredexMdCpVlEqI
CeredexSmCpVal I
GvSecUltShtBdI
TotRetBd I
VirtusFunds Cl A:
EmMktA
MulSStA p
VirtusFunds Cl C:
MulSStC p
VirtusFunds Cl I:
EmMktI
ForOppI
MulSStI
SmCapSusI
Voya Fds:
InmdBdI
RealEstI
TRPGrEqI
228.88
68.80
198.60
43.78
31.12
10.44
10.44
26.62
10.68
24.79
10.76
10.72
10.76
32.76
119.40
119.42
64.45
147.08
65.71
39.97
1.88
0.40
1.17
0.28
0.17
-0.02
-0.02
-0.05
-0.02
-0.04
-0.05
-0.06
-0.05
-0.02
-0.47
-0.47
0.53
0.37
0.57
0.60
16.4
12.4
12.4
17.5
8.5
1.4
1.4
2.6
2.2
0.6
3.1
3.1
3.1
1.6
23.6
23.6
16.5
19.8
17.4
12.4
42.9
39.7
39.7
37.2
41.6
3.5
3.4
6.1
5.9
1.5
6.4
6.3
6.5
9.8
23.9
24.0
43.2
33.3
45.0
41.4
40.03
40.04
39.56
79.71
48.30
48.82
0.33
0.32
0.32
0.53
0.30
0.31
11.1
11.4
11.0
31.2
9.5
9.8
48.4
49.8
47.6
53.7
53.3
54.8
17.13
13.54
12.31
10.02
10.44
0.17
0.06
0.06
0.00
-0.06
Net YTD 3-Yr.
NAV Chg. % Ret. % Ret.
ScTechY r
20.40
18.19
SmCapA p
VangA
11.38
Wasatch:
68.82
CoreGr n
33.60
IntlGr n
46.26
SmCapGr n
WCM Focus Funds:
WCMFocIntlGrwIns 15.21
Weitz Funds:
14.91
PIIIOpp n
ShtDurIncInst n 12.29
ValueInv n
42.99
Wells Fargo Adv Admi:
47.20
Growth
MdCpValAdm 38.59
Wells Fargo Adv Cl A:
14.44
AstAllA p p
CmStkA p p
24.46
32.40
IdxAstAllA
51.94
OmegaGwth
46.75
OpptyA
PremLgCoGrthA 16.20
SpSmCpValA p p 35.45
UlStMuIncA
9.59
Wells Fargo Adv Cl C:
13.91
AstAllC p/r t
Wells Fargo Adv Inst:
12.87
CoreBd
50.07
Growth
38.95
MdCpVal
ShDurGovBdI
9.83
UlStInc
8.48
UlStMuInc
9.59
Westcore:
10.72
PlusBd n
Western Asset:
12.66
CoreBondI
CoreBondIS
12.68
CorePlusBdA 11.89
11.90
CorePlusBdI
CorePlusBdIS 11.89
IntermTermMuniA 6.45
IntermTermMuniC 6.46
IntermTermMuniI 6.45
ManagedMuniA 16.37
ManagedMuniC 16.38
ManagedMuniI 16.40
ShortDurMuniC 5.10
TotalRetUnconI 10.82
Westwood:
15.77
IncomeOppI
Wm Blair Funds Cl I:
30.56
IntlGthI r
22.02
SmCapValI
24.92
SmMidI r
Wm Blair Funds Cl N:
IntlGthN n
29.79
Wm Blair Funds Inst:
16.07
EmgMktGth
18.22
IntlGth
11.9 35.0
7.9 33.7
3.4 38.2
1.0 1.7
2.5 5.8
11.25 -0.13 28.8 16.9
4.78 0.00 3.7 7.8
4.84 -0.01 3.3
11.64
34.48
4.78
26.24
-0.14
-0.57
-0.01
0.39
7.2
29.1 17.7
28.3 28.8
3.7 8.6
29.6 80.9
10.11 -0.05 4.2 9.3
19.79 -0.25 3.5 20.4
90.44 0.52 29.6 56.8
WXYZ
Waddell&Reed Advsrs:
10.29
AccmA
WilshireGlAll A p 8.99
WilshireGlAl Y r 9.11
Con IncA
9.86
Hi IncA
6.78
HilncY p
6.78
MunHiA
4.74
11.33
NCcptA p
Sc TechA
18.08
0.04
-0.01
-0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.00
0.06
0.13
11.1
13.4
13.6
8.1
6.9
7.0
3.5
20.5
32.6
29.2
3.7
4.5
16.6
13.6
14.4
8.9
31.7
41.0
0.14 32.7 42.0
0.20 18.7 46.4
0.05 24.8 46.1
0.58 17.8 50.2
-0.79 26.4 35.3
0.18 16.3 31.4
-0.16 26.2 39.5
-0.07 7.7 11.4
-0.01 1.6 5.1
0.05 12.9 19.8
0.13 29.4 43.3
0.29 8.0 37.4
NA
0.16
0.14
0.14
0.05
0.06
0.16
0.00
NA
12.5
9.6
27.1
14.8
27.8
7.2
1.0
NA
36.4
27.4
38.0
36.8
37.1
43.7
0.9
NA
NA
NA
-0.07
0.15
0.29
-0.01
0.00
0.00
3.1
29.6
8.2
0.9
1.3
1.2
6.7
44.2
38.4
2.5
3.6
1.8
-0.05 3.9
8.0
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.01
0.00
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
4.0
3.6
4.2
4.8
4.3
4.8
1.5
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
6.5
4.7
7.0
8.2
6.4
8.5
0.9
NA
0.03
8.3 15.8
-0.27 25.1 25.1
0.00 6.5 39.8
0.12 24.5 54.1
-0.26 24.9 24.0
-0.17 43.7 25.3
-0.15 25.2 25.6
CONFERENCE CALL CALENDAR
Earnings - Related
Company
3M
A. O. Smith
AbbVie
Advanced Micro Devices
Air Products and Chemicals
Akamai Technologies
Alaska Air
Alexion Pharmaceuticals
Align Technology
Allegion PLC
Altria
Amazon.com
American Airlines
Amgen
Anthem
Aon PLC
Apartment Investment and Management
Arconic
Arthur J Gallagher & Co
AT&T
Avery Dennison
Baxter International
Biogen
Boeing
BorgWarner
Boston Scientific
Bristol-Myers Squibb
CA
Cabot Oil & Gas
Cadence Design Systems
Capital One Financial
Caterpillar
Celgene
Earnings - Related
Date
Time
Period
October 24
October 25
October 27
October 24
October 26
October 24
October 25
October 26
October 26
October 26
October 26
October 26
October 26
October 25
October 25
October 27
October 27
October 23
October 26
October 24
October 25
October 25
October 24
October 25
October 26
October 26
October 26
October 25
October 27
October 26
October 24
October 24
October 26
9:00AM
10:00AM
9:00AM
5:00PM
10:00AM
4:30PM
11:30AM
10:00AM
4:30PM
8:00AM
9:00AM
5:30PM
10:00AM
5:00PM
8:30AM
8:30AM
1:00PM
10:00AM
5:15PM
4:30PM
12:00PM
8:30AM
8:30AM
10:30AM
10:00AM
8:00AM
10:30AM
5:00PM
9:30AM
5:00PM
5:00PM
11:00AM
9:00AM
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q4
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q2
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Company
Centene
Cerner
Charter Communications
Chevron
Chipotle Mexican Grill
Cincinnati Financial
CME
CMS Energy
Comcast
ConocoPhillips
Corning
Digital Realty Trust
Discover Financial Services
Dr Pepper Snapple
DTE Energy
Duke Realty
Eastman Chemical
Edwards Lifesciences
Entergy
EQT
Express Scripts Holding
Exxon Mobil
Fifth Third Bancorp
FLIR Systems
Ford Motor
Fortune Brands Home & Security
Franklin Resources
Freeport-McMoRan
General Dynamics
General Motors
Gilead Sciences
Goodyear Tire & Rubber
Halliburton
Earnings - Related
Date
Time
Period
October 24
October 26
October 26
October 27
October 24
October 27
October 26
October 26
October 26
October 26
October 24
October 25
October 24
October 25
October 25
October 26
October 27
October 24
October 24
October 26
October 25
October 27
October 24
October 25
October 26
October 25
October 26
October 25
October 25
October 24
October 26
October 27
October 23
8:30AM
4:30PM
10:00AM
11:00AM
4:30PM
11:00AM
8:30AM
8:30AM
8:30AM
12:00PM
8:30AM
5:30PM
6:00PM
10:00AM
9:00AM
3:00PM
8:00AM
5:00PM
11:00AM
10:30AM
8:30AM
9:30AM
9:00AM
9:00AM
9:00AM
4:30PM
11:00AM
10:00AM
9:00AM
9:00AM
4:30PM
9:00AM
9:00AM
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q4
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Company
Hartford Financial Services
Hasbro
Hershey
Hess
Hilton Worldwide Holdings
Huntington Bancshares
Illinois Tool Works
Illumina
Ingersoll-Rand PLC
Intel
Interpublic Group of Companies
Invesco Ltd
Iron Mountain
Juniper Networks
Kimberly-Clark
Kimco Realty
Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings
Leggett & Platt
LKQ
Lockheed Martin
Marathon Petroleum
Marsh & McLennan Companies
Mattel
McDonald's
Merck & Co
Microsoft
Mid-America Apartment Communities
Mohawk Industries
Nasdaq
National Oilwell Varco
Newmont Mining
NextEra Energy
Date
Time
Period
October 27 9:00AM
Q3
October 23 8:30AM
Q3
October 26 8:30AM
Q3
October 25 10:00AM
Q3
October 26 10:00AM
Q3
October 25 9:00AM
Q3
October 23 10:00AM
Q3
October 24 5:00PM
Q3
October 25 10:00AM
Q3
October 26 5:00PM
Q3
October 24 8:30AM
Q3
October 26 9:00AM
Q3
October 24 5:30PM
Q3
October 24 5:00PM
Q3
October 23 10:00AM
Q3
October 26 10:00AM
Q3
October 25 9:00AM
Q3
October 27 8:30AM
Q3
October 26 10:00AM
Q3
October 24 11:00AM
Q3
October 26 9:00AM
Q3
October 26 8:30AM
Q3
October 26 5:00PM
Q3
October 24 11:00AM
Q3
October 27 8:00AM
Q3
October 26 5:30PM
Q1
October 26 10:00AM
Q3
October 27 11:00AM
Q3
October 25 8:00AM
Q3
October 27 11:00AM
Q3
October 26 11:00AM
Q3
October 26 9:00AM
Q3
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Weekly Closed-End Funds
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Fund Name (Symbol)
Friday, October 20, 2017
Stock
Exch NAV
General Equity Funds
Adams Diversified Equity (ADX) ......
AdvntClymrEnhG&I (LCM) .............
Boulder Growth & Income (BIF) ......
Central Secs (CET)-c ........................
CohenStrsCEOppFd (FOF)-a ............
Cornerstone Str Val (CLM) ..............
Cornerstone Total Return (CRF) ......
Eagle Capital Growth (GRF)-c ...........
EVTxAdvDivIncm (EVT) ..................
Engex (EXGI) ..................................
Equus II (EQS) ................................
Foxby Corp (FXBY) .........................
GabelliDiv&IncTr (GDV) .................
Gabelli Equity Tr (GAB)-h .................
GeneralAmer (GAM) .......................
GuggenhEnhEq (GPM) ...................
JHancockTaxAdvDiv (HTD) ............
Librty AllStr Eq (USA) .....................
Librty AllStr Gr (ASG) ......................
NuvTaxAdvTRStrat (JTA) ...............
Royce Micro-Cap Tr (RMT) .............
Royce Value Trust (RVT) .................
Source Capital (SOR) ......................
Special Opportunities (SPE) ............
Sprott Focus Trust (FUND) ..............
Tri-Continental (TY) ........................
Specialized Equity Funds
Adams Natural Resources (PEO) ....
GI NFJ DivInt&PremStr (NFJ) .........
AlpineGlbPremProp (AWP) ............
ASA Gold & Prec Met Ltd (ASA) .......
BR Enh C&I (CII) .............................
BlackRock Energy & Res (BGR) ......
BlackRock Eq Enh Div (BDJ) ...........
BlackRock Enh Glbl Div (BOE) .........
BlackRock Enh Intl Div (BGY) ..........
BlackRock Hlth Sciences (BME) ......
BlackRock Res & Comm (BCX) .......
BlackRock Sci&Tech Trust (BST) ....
BlackRock Util & Infr (BUI) ..............
Brookfield Gl Lsd Infr (INF)-a ............
CBRE ClrnGlbRlEst (IGR)-a ..............
Center Coast MLP & Infra (CEN) ......
Centrl Fd Canada (CEF) ...................
ClearBridge Amer Engy ML (CBA) ...
ClearBridge Energy MLP (CEM) ......
CLEARBRIDGE ENGY MLP OPP (EMO)
CLEARBRIDGE ENGY MLP TR (CTR)
ChnStrGlbIncBldr (INB)-a ................
ChnStrInfr (UTF)-a ...........................
COHEN & STEERS MLP INC&E (MIE)-a
Cohen&SteersQualInc (RQI)-a .........
CohenStrsREITPref (RNP)-a ............
Cohen&Steers TotRet (RFI)-a ..........
Columbia Sel Prm Tech Gr (STK) .....
Cushing Energy Income (SRF)-a ......
CushingMLPTotRet (SRV)-d ............
Cushing Renaissance (SZC)-a ..........
DNP Select Income (DNP) ..............
Duff&Ph Glbl Util Inc Fd (DPG) ........
Duff&Ph Sel Engy MLP Fd (DSE) .....
EtnVncEqtyInc (EOI) .......................
EtnVncEqtyIncoII (EOS) .................
EVRskMnDvsEqInc (ETJ) ...............
ETnVncTxMgdBuyWrtInc (ETB) .....
EtnVncTxMgdBuyWrtOpp (ETV) .....
EvTxMnDvsEqInc (ETY) .................
EtnVncTxMgdGlbB (ETW) ..............
EVTxMnGblDvEqInc (EXG) .............
FiducClayMLPOppty (FMO) ............
First Trust Energy Inc G (FEN) .........
First Tr Enhanced Eq (FFA) ..............
First Tr Specialty Fn (FGB) ...............
FirstTrEnergyInfra (FIF) ..................
FirstTrMLPEner&Inc (FEI) ..............
Gab Gl Util & Inc (GLU)-h .................
Gabelli Healthcare (GRX)-h ..............
Gab Utility (GUT)-h ..........................
GAMCOGlGold&NatRes (GGN) .......
GAMCO NR GLD & INC TR (GNT) ....
Goldman Sachs MLP IncOpp (GMZ)
Goldman Sachs MLP&En Ren (GER)
N
N
N
A
N
A
A
A
N
O
N
O
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
O
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
N
A
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
N
N
N
N
A
N
N
A
N
N
N
18.04
9.44
12.46
31.94
13.87
13.48
13.11
23.24
9.15
2.93
24.18
6.53
42.75
8.90
26.45
6.80
5.60
14.20
10.46
17.52
45.24
17.57
8.86
29.23
22.79
14.66
7.26
13.32
16.61
14.85
9.76
14.49
7.03
35.76
10.09
26.94
21.33
14.72
8.80
9.85
13.60
10.56
25.57
10.55
13.56
22.81
13.41
22.21
9.94
12.62
19.64
10.08
17.58
5.88
14.67
15.43
9.94
16.32
14.81
12.01
11.55
9.44
12.25
23.14
16.39
6.85
19.08
14.49
22.16
11.53
5.53
5.44
7.11
9.36
6.50
Market
Price
Prem
/Disc
15.52
8.63
10.62
26.61
13.21
14.91
14.77
8.17
22.58
NA
2.40
NA
22.75
6.50
36.53
8.82
26.00
6.18
5.47
13.71
9.36
15.94
41.22
16.00
7.81
26.00
19.35
13.48
6.86
11.82
15.89
13.46
9.14
13.68
6.62
36.45
8.88
25.92
21.12
12.99
8.00
9.95
13.30
8.12
13.91
11.36
11.91
9.71
23.27
9.87
12.69
21.57
12.63
22.84
8.58
11.52
18.69
11.40
16.04
5.98
14.37
15.28
9.37
16.81
15.21
11.78
11.89
9.46
12.26
23.60
15.39
6.90
18.66
14.73
20.58
10.12
7.10
5.56
7.00
8.84
6.36
–
–
–
–
–
+
+
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
+
–
–
–
–
–
+
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
+
–
–
–
+
–
+
–
–
–
+
+
–
+
+
+
+
–
+
–
+
–
–
+
+
–
–
–
52 Week
Market
Return
14.0
8.6
14.8
16.7
4.8
10.6
12.7
NA
2.8
NA
NA
NA
5.9
0.5
14.5
0.9
1.7
9.1
2.3
3.5
10.5
9.0
8.9
8.9
11.9
11.1
29.1
15.3
35.4
34.2
22.0
30.8
31.7
20.7
23.2
NA
29.7
NA
27.5
34.7
27.4
27.9
18.8
32.7
43.4
28.2
33.1
40.3
18.9
18.8
23.7
29.1
15.1
8.0
5.5
11.3
4.3
9.4
6.4
5.6
5.8
1.9
12.0
3.8
1.0
11.8
9.1
1.0
2.2
NA
NA
NA
NA
8.0
9.0
6.4
6.4
5.4
5.8
2.8
13.7
8.7
4.8
13.1
8.8
1.7
2.0
1.0
5.7
3.0
2.7
1.9
2.9
0.2
0.1
2.0
6.1
0.7
2.2
1.7
7.1
12.2
28.4
2.2
1.5
5.6
2.2
3.9
19.6
40.3
14.1
29.0
1.9
26.7
24.1
25.1
17.6
20.3
49.1
20.8
11.1
8.3
0.8
0.4
0.5
5.8
3.2
2.8
23.4
24.4
3.4
9.1
18.7
9.9
40.0
5.1
1.6
18.3
21.6
7.3
10.4
24.9
21.2
12.2
10.0
12.1
21.6
21.6
23.7
11.5
2.1
22.4
12.4
4.5
0.9
28.3
8.1
21.3
4.9
2.7
1.0
2.0
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
a-NAV and market price are ex dividend. b-NAV is fully diluted. cNAV is as of Thursday’s close. d-NAV is as of Wednesday’s close.
e-NAV assumes rights offering is fully subscribed. f-Rights offering
in process. g-Rights offering announced. h-Lipper data has been adjusted for rights offering. j-Rights offering has expired, but Lipper
data not yet adjusted. l-NAV as of previous day. o-Tender offer in
process. Source: Lipper
Data provided by
TRACKING CLOSED - END FUNDS
Fund Name (Symbol)
Higher Still: Buoyed by a budget accord in Washington, the Herzfeld Average and
the Dow continue to impress, gaining 0.23% and 1.41%, respectively, for the week
ended Thursday. The average discount of the Herzfeld Average is 6.50%.
39300
Net Asset Value
42600
40100
35650
37600
*Herzfeld
Closed-End
Average
32000
28350
35100
1Q
2Q
3Q
32600
4Q
% Disc/Prem From Net Asset Value
-6
-7
-8
-9
-10
-11
-12
-13
24700
21050
Dow Industrials
1Q 17
2Q 17
3Q 17
4Q 17
17400
1Q 17
2Q 17
3Q 17
4Q 17
The Herzfeld Closed-End Average measures 15 equally-weighted closed-end funds based in the U.S. that invest principally in
American equities. The net assest value is a weighted average of the funds' NAVs. Source: Thomas J. Herzfeld Advisors Inc., Miami.
305-271-1900/www.herzfeld.com
Fund Name (Symbol)
Stock
Exch NAV
J Han Finl Opptys (BTO) ..................
MacquarieGlbIInfraTR (MGU) .........
Macquarie/FirstTr Gl (MFD) ............
Madison CovCall & Eq Str (MCN) ....
MdsnStrSectPrem (MSP) ...............
Neuberger Berman MLP Inc (NML) .
NubrgrRlEstSec (NRO) ...................
Nuv Dow 30 Dyn Overwrite (DIAX) ..
Nuv AC Engy MLP Opps (JMLP) ......
NuvCorEqAlpha (JCE) .....................
NuveenDiversDiv&Inc (JDD) ..........
Nuveen Engy MLP Tot Rtn (JMF) .....
Nuveen Nasdaq 100 Dyn Ov (QQQX)
Nuv Real Est (JRS) ..........................
Nuveen Rl Asst Inc & Gro (JRI) ........
NuvS&P500DynOvFd (SPXX) .........
NuvSP500BuyIncFd (BXMX) ..........
PIMGlbStkPI (PGP) ........................
PREDEX (PRDEX) ...........................
Principal Real Est Inc (PGZ) ............
ReavesUtilityIncome (UTG) ............
Resource RE Div Inc:D (N/A) ...........
Resource RE Div Inc:T (N/A) ...........
Resource RE Div Inc:U (N/A) ...........
RMRRealEstInc (RIF) .....................
Salient Midstream & MLP (SMM) ...
Tekla Health Inv (HQH) ....................
Tekla Healthcare Opps (THQ)-a ........
Tekla Life Sciences Inv (HQL) ..........
Tekla World Healthcare (THW)-a ......
Tortoise Energy Ind (NDP) ..............
Tortoise Enrgy Infra Crp (TYG) ........
Tortoise MLP (NTG) ........................
Tortoise Pipelne & Enrgy (TTP) .......
Tortoise Pwr & Engy Infr (TPZ) .......
Voya Asia Pac Hi Div Eq (IAE) ..........
Voya Gl Adv & Prem Opp (IGA) ........
Voya Gl Eq Div & Prem Op (IGD) ......
Voya Itl Hi Div Eqty Inc (IID) ............
Voya Nat Res Eq Inc (IRR) ...............
Wells Fargo Ut & Hi Inc (ERH) .........
Income & Preferred Stock Funds
CalamosStratTot (CSQ) ..................
CohenStrsLtdDurPref&Inc (LDP)-a .
CohenStrsSelPref&Income (PSF)-a .
Del Div & Inc (DDF) .........................
Dividend & Income (DNI) ................
Eagle Gr and Inc Opps (EGIF)-a ........
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
36.74
28.05
13.71
8.26
12.31
9.81
5.89
18.36
8.49
16.13
12.99
11.06
22.43
11.30
19.66
A
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
N
N
N
N
N
N
Market
Price
52 Week
Prem Market
/Disc Return
+
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
+
–
–
+
+
–
–
23.66
11.92
25.82
20.10
21.31
15.47
12.75
25.29
16.85
19.74
22.05
11.73
12.11
8.30
7.23
6.21
13.39
38.01
25.94
13.34
7.78
11.94
9.14
5.58
17.48
8.49
15.92
12.85
11.12
23.23
11.20
17.84
16.71
14.08
16.43
NA
17.58
31.48
NA
NA
NA
19.78
11.00
24.95
18.46
21.56
14.26
12.93
26.69
16.94
18.31
21.07
10.95
11.37
8.11
7.79
6.21
13.09
12.76
27.47
28.02
11.91
15.88
19.42
12.45
26.77
28.00
10.79
13.16
16.79
– 2.4
– 2.5
– 0.1
– 9.4
– 17.1
– 13.5
14.27
25.62
19.45
33.56
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
+
–
+
+
+
–
–
–
–
–
+
+
–
3.5
7.5
2.7
5.8
3.0
6.8
5.3
4.8
0.0
1.3
1.1
0.5
3.6
0.9
9.3
NA
1.3
NA
NA
9.6
6.2
NA
NA
NA
16.4
7.7
3.4
8.2
1.2
7.8
1.4
5.5
0.5
7.2
4.4
6.6
6.1
2.3
7.7
0.0
2.2
–
–
–
–
–
–
41.3
32.5
21.0
10.2
11.1
8.5
11.6
30.7
2.2
29.4
20.4
1.9
33.2
11.1
16.2
31.1
16.9
14.9
NA
15.3
14.5
NA
NA
NA
1.5
7.9
23.0
19.5
35.3
12.1
8.8
3.1
3.8
6.1
5.0
25.6
27.4
27.1
33.4
5.4
18.7
34.6
16.7
15.3
17.1
27.5
8.2
Fund Name (Symbol)
Stock
Exch NAV
FirstTrIntDurPref&Inc (FPF) ...........
FlrtyPfd Income (PFD) ....................
FFlrtyPfdIncomeOp (PFO) ...............
Flrty&CrmneDynPfd&Inc (DFP) ......
Flrty&CrmnePfdSec (FFC) ..............
Flrty&CrmneTotRet (FLC) ...............
Gabelli Go Anywhere Tr (GGO) ........
JHanPrefInc (HPI) ..........................
JHPrefIncII (HPF) ...........................
HnckJPfdInco III (HPS) ..................
J Han Prm (PDT) .............................
LMP CapInco (SCD) ........................
Nuveen Pref & I 2022 Trm (JPT) ......
Nuveen Pref & Inc Opp (JPC) ..........
Nuveen Fd (JPS) .............................
Nuveen Pref & Inc Term (JPI) ..........
Nuveen TxAdvDivGr (JTD) ..............
RiverNorth DL Str Oppty (OPP) .......
RiverNorth Opportunities (RIV) ......
TCW Strat Income (TSI) ..................
Virtus Global Div & Inc (ZTR) ..........
Vivaldi Opportunities (XVAMX) .......
Convertible Sec's. Funds
AdvntClymrFd (AVK) ......................
Advent Clay Conv Secs (AGC) .........
AllianzGI Con & Inc 2024 (CBH) ......
GI Conv & Inc (NCV) .......................
AGI Conv & Inc II (NCZ) ...................
AGI Dvs Inc & Conv (ACV) ...............
AGI Eqty & Conv Inc (NIE) ...............
Bancroft Fund Ltd (BCV) .................
CalamosConvHi (CHY) ...................
CalmosConvOp (CHI) .....................
Ellsworth G&I Fund Ltd (ECF) ..........
Gabelli Conv Sec (GCV) ...................
PutnamHiIncBd (PCF) ....................
World Equity Funds
AbrdnAusEq (IAF) ...........................
Aberdeen Chile (CH) .......................
Aberdeen EM SmCo Opptys (ABE) ..
AberdeenGreaterChina (GCH) .........
Aberdeen Indonesia (IF) ..................
ISL (ISL) .........................................
Aberdeen Japan Equity (JEQ) ..........
Aberdeen Latin Amer Eq (LAQ) ........
Aberdeen Singapore (SGF) .............
AlpineGlobDynamicDiv (AGD) ........
AlpineTotalDynDivFun (AOD) .........
Market
Price
52 Week
Prem Market
/Disc Return
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
12.85
14.92
24.64
15.16
12.23
26.38
21.53
21.56
NA
22.10
21.72
18.76
16.87
14.31
25.97
10.61
10.31
25.56
17.07
19.02
19.99
5.68
13.36
NA
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
N
N
A
N
N
17.72
6.75
9.88
6.68
6.00
22.52
22.66
24.11
11.94
11.32
10.24
5.60
9.73
16.31
6.21
9.80
7.11
6.27
22.17
20.88
21.88
11.92
11.58
9.24
5.82
9.04
–
–
–
+
+
–
–
–
–
+
–
+
–
A
A
A
N
A
A
N
A
N
N
N
6.49
9.71
15.82
13.27
8.34
22.56
10.09
30.35
13.46
11.52
10.02
6.27
8.94
14.62
12.19
7.73
20.70
9.00
28.10
12.38
10.75
9.17
14.45
12.03
26.56
20.48
21.83
19.73
21.54
21.29
18.98
15.99
25.48
10.84
10.42
26.03
17.68
20.57
NA
4.9
1.7
0.7
5.1
1.2
NA
2.6
2.0
1.2
5.5
NA
1.9
2.1
1.1
1.8
3.5
NA
2.8
NA
4.0
NA
16.2
13.6
15.1
14.3
14.6
9.3
NA
11.4
7.8
10.1
23.1
21.1
NS
16.5
18.7
12.6
27.6
2.9
14.0
13.0
32.7
NS
8.0
8.0
0.8
6.4
4.5
1.6
7.9
9.2
0.2
2.3
9.8
3.9
7.1
22.9
21.4
NS
18.8
20.0
34.8
24.0
12.7
22.7
27.3
19.4
38.0
19.6
– 3.4
– 7.9
– 7.6
– 8.1
– 7.3
– 8.2
– 10.8
– 7.4
– 8.0
– 6.7
– 8.5
25.4
41.3
18.5
34.9
19.2
28.9
14.7
25.2
36.2
37.1
34.2
+
+
–
+
–
+
+
–
+
+
–
–
–
–
–
+
Stock
Exch NAV
AsiaPacFd (APB) ............................
Asia Tigers (GRR) ...........................
Calamos GloDynInc (CHW) .............
Cdn Genl Inv (CGI)-y ........................
Cdn Wrld Fd Ltd (T.CWF)-y ...............
Central and Eastern Euro (CEE) .......
China (CHN) ...................................
CloughGlobDivandInc (GLV)-a ........
CloughGlobalEquity (GLQ)-a ............
CloughGlobalOpprty (GLO)-a ...........
Delaware Enh Gl Div & In (DEX) .......
EV TxAdvGlbDivInc (ETG) ...............
EtnVncTxAdvOpp (ETO) .................
Economic Inv Tr (EVT.T)-cy ..............
European Equity Fund Inc (EEA) ......
FirstTrAbEmergOp (FEO) ................
FirstTr Dyn Euro Eq Inc (FDEU) .......
Gabelli Gl Sm&Mid Cp Val (GGZ) .....
Gabelli Multimedia (GGT)-h .............
GDL Fund (GDL) .............................
Herzfeld Caribb (CUBA) ..................
India Fund (IFN) ..............................
J Han Hdgd Ety & Inc (HEQ) ............
JHancockTaxAdv Gl Sh Yld (HTY) ...
Japan Smaller Cap (JOF) .................
Korea (KF) ......................................
LatAmDiscy (LDF) ..........................
LazardGlbTotRetInc (LGI) ...............
LazardWorldDiv&IncFd (LOR) ........
MexicoEqandIncmFd (MXE) ...........
Mexico (MXF)-a ...............................
Miller/Howard High Inc E (HIE) .......
MS Asia (APF) ................................
MS ChinaShrFd (CAF)-J ...................
MS EmgMkt (MSF) .........................
MS India (IIF) ..................................
New Germany (GF) .........................
New Ireland (IRL) ...........................
RENN Fund (RCG) ..........................
Royce Global Value Trust (RGT) ......
Swiss Helvetia (SWZ) .....................
Taiwan (TWN) ................................
Templeton Dragon (TDF) ................
Templeton Em Mkt (EMF) ...............
ThaiFd (TTF) ...................................
TurkishFd (TKF) ..............................
United Corps Ltd (UNC.T)-cy ............
VirtusTotalRetFd (ZF) .....................
Voya Em Mkts Hi Div Eqty (IHD) ......
Voya Infr Indus & Matr (IDE) ...........
Wells Fargo Gl Div Oppty (EOD) .......
U.S. Mortgage Bond Funds
Fund Name (Symbol)
N 15.09
N 13.66
N
9.16
T 31.10
T
9.12
N 27.91
N 23.30
A 14.63
A 14.30
A 11.91
N 13.09
N 18.23
N 24.66
T 147.09
N 10.78
N 17.97
N
N 15.19
N
9.24
N 11.66
O
8.24
N 31.00
N 17.80
N
8.95
N 14.16
N 47.85
N 13.51
N 19.05
N 12.56
N 12.31
N 18.48
N 12.80
N 20.30
N 28.15
N 19.79
N 40.02
N 20.56
N 15.50
A
N 12.14
N 13.93
N 24.17
N 24.14
N 19.00
N 11.10
N
9.93
T 131.77
N 13.34
N
9.84
N 16.50
N
6.67
Stock
Exch NAV
BlckRk Income (BKT) ......................
First Trust Mtge Inc (FMY) ..............
Nuveen Mtge Oppty Term (JLS) ......
Nuveen Mtge Oppty Term 2 (JMT) ...
Nuveen Multi-Market Inc (JMM)-c ...
Westn Asst Mtge Def Opp (DMO)-a ..
Investment Grade Bond Funds
BlRck Core Bond (BHK) ..................
BR Credit Alloc Inc (BTZ) .................
BR Enhcd Govt (EGF) ......................
Insight Select Income (INSI) ...........
InvescoBond (VBF) .........................
J Han Income (JHS) ........................
MFS Govt Mkts (MGF)-a ...................
MFS Intmdt (MIN)-a ........................
MS Income Secs (ICB)-a ..................
Western Asset Income (PAI)-a .........
WesternAssetPremBd (WEA)-a .......
InfLnkOpp&Income (WIW) .............
InfLnkSec&Income (WIA) ..............
Westn Asst IG Def Opp Tr (IGI)-a ......
Loan Participation Funds
Apollo Senior Floating (AFT)-a .........
BR Debt Strategy (DSU) ..................
BR F/R Inc Str (FRA) .......................
BlackRock Floatng Rt Inc (BGT) ......
Blackstone / GSO Strat (BGB) ..........
Blackstone/GSO LS Cr Inc (BGX) .....
Blackstone/GSO Sr Flt Rt (BSL) .......
Eagle Point Credit (ECC) ..................
Eaton Vance F-R 2022 TT (XEFLX) ...
EtnVncFltRteInc (EFT) ....................
EtnVncFltRteIncPlus (EFF) ..............
EV SenFlRtTr (EFR) .........................
EVSnrIncm (EVF) ...........................
FT/Sr Fltg Rte Inc 2 (FCT) ................
FT/Sr Fltg Rte 2022 TgTr (FIV) .........
Market
Price
14.38
NA
9.11
22.81
5.84
24.89
20.93
14.16
13.70
11.46
11.85
17.28
25.14
NA
9.70
16.90
19.02
NA
9.37
10.24
7.07
27.67
17.88
9.07
12.57
42.54
12.20
17.11
11.43
10.89
16.32
13.83
17.96
24.08
17.82
35.88
18.70
13.65
1.40
10.62
12.67
21.37
21.62
17.04
10.76
9.53
98.10
12.76
9.52
16.33
6.27
Market
Price
Prem
/Disc
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
+
–
–
+
–
–
–
+
+
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
+
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
52 Week
Market
Return
4.7
41.4
NA
NA
0.6
39.5
26.7
31.1
36.0
26.4
10.8
31.9
10.2
32.2
3.2
34.8
4.2
40.6
3.8
36.6
9.5
29.3
5.2
26.6
1.9
29.8
NA
NA
10.0
27.4
6.0
20.6
NA
36.2
NA
NA
1.4
38.6
12.2
13.3
14.2
14.5
10.7
22.1
0.4
23.7
1.3 – 3.4
11.2
30.3
11.1
26.4
9.7
14.1
10.2
33.8
9.0
24.3
11.5 – 0.3
11.7
0.3
8.1
27.7
11.5
22.4
14.5
32.4
10.0
23.6
10.3
30.3
9.0
44.3
11.9
24.8
NA
4.4
12.5
37.2
9.1
22.7
11.6
25.7
10.4
35.6
10.3
37.8
3.1
49.5
4.0
21.3
25.6
2.7
4.3
21.5
3.3
29.9
1.0
38.8
6.0
24.9
12 mos
Prem
Yield
/Disc 9/29/17
N
N
N
N
N
N
6.65
15.45
26.47
25.47
8.15
6.24
14.48
25.76
24.55
7.59
25.99
–
–
–
–
–
6.2
6.3
2.7
3.6
6.9
NA
5.0
5.4
5.3
5.5
5.6
11.0
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
14.90
14.87
14.01
21.18
20.42
15.54
5.11
4.45
19.53
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
14.16
13.47
13.51
19.86
19.76
14.85
4.93
4.23
18.18
15.81
13.93
11.21
11.50
21.26
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
5.0
9.4
3.6
6.2
3.2
4.4
3.5
4.9
6.9
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
5.5
6.2
3.6
3.9
4.2
5.4
7.8
9.2
4.0
4.2
6.5
3.5
3.2
4.9
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
18.06
12.76
14.99
14.47
NA
NA
NA
NA
9.84
15.61
18.05
15.27
7.17
14.16
9.79
16.69
11.82
14.25
14.09
16.05
16.41
17.60
20.82
NA
14.64
16.75
14.74
6.59
13.33
9.64
–
–
–
–
7.6
7.4
4.9
2.6
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
6.2
7.2
3.5
8.1
5.9
1.5
7.3
6.9
5.6
5.4
8.4
9.1
6.6
7.7
NS
5.8
5.8
5.9
5.6
6.0
NS
–
–
–
–
–
–
TOP RETAIL MONEY FUND YIELDS
(10 Highest 7-Day Compound Yields for Period Ended October 17, 2017)
Government Money Funds
Prime Money Funds
7-Day Yields
Simple
Compound
Gabelli US Treasury MMF/Cl AAA k
Vanguard Federal MMF
Vanguard Treasury MMF h
Deutsche Gov&Agy/Deutsche G&A MF k
PNC Government MMF/Cl A k
Payden Cash Reserves MMF k
PNC Treasury MMF/Cl A k
PIMCO Govt MMF/Cl A
Northern US Govt Select MMF k
Northern US Govt MMF k
0.99%
0.99
0.98
0.91
0.88
0.88
0.83
0.78
0.75
0.74
0.99%
0.99
0.98
0.91
0.88
0.88
0.83
0.78
0.75
0.74
iMoneyNet MONEY FUND
AVERAGETM/GOVT
0.44%
0.44%
Telephone #
(800) 422-3554
(800) 662-7447
(800) 662-7447
(800) 730-1313
(800) 622-3863
(800) 572-9336
(800) 622-3863
(800) 426-0107
(800) 595-9111
(800) 595-9111
Yield column represents compounded (effective) rate of return to shareholders for the past
seven days. Past returns are not necessarily indicative of future yields. Investment quality
and maturity may vary among funds.
Tax-Free Money Funds
7-Day Yields
Simple
Compound
Fidelity Inv Money Market/Instit kh
Federated Prime Cash Oblig/Wealthk h
JPMorgan Liquid Assets MMF/Capitalk h
BlackRock MMP/Instit Cl k h
Invesco Premier Portfolio/Inst k
First Amer Retail Prime Obligs/ClZ k h
Dreyfus Prime MMF/Cl A h
Vanguard Prime MMF/Investor
Schwab Value Adv MF/Ultra k h
BMO Prime MMF/Premier k h
1.27%
1.21
1.20
1.19
1.19
1.15
1.14
1.13
1.12
1.05
1.28%
1.22
1.21
1.20
1.20
1.16
1.15
1.14
1.13
1.06
iMoneyNet MONEY FUND
AVERAGETM/TAXABLE
0.69%
0.69%
7-Day Yields
Simple
Compound
Telephone #
(800) 544-6666
(800) 245-0242
(800) 480-4111
(800) 441-7762
(800) 525-8085
(800) 677-3863
(800) 242-2224
(800) 662-7447
(800) 435-4000
(800) 236-3863
(k) All or a portion of fund's expenses are currently being waived or reimbursed.
(h) Fund requires a minimum initial investment of $50,000 or more. Table excludes funds
with restricted access.
Federated Muni Oblig Fund/Wealth kh
Vanguard Municipal MMF/Investor
Northern Municipal MMF k
Vanguard NY Muni MMF
Federated T-F Oblig Fund/Wealth kh
Schwab Municipal MF/Ultra k h
Fidelity Inv Tax-Exempt/Cl I k h
Vanguard NJ Muni MMF
Deutsche T-E/Deutsche T-E Cash Prem k h
Western Asset Select T-F Rsv/Select k h
0.84%
0.81
0.80
0.79
0.78
0.78
0.77
0.77
0.76
0.76
0.84%
0.81
0.80
0.79
0.78
0.78
0.77
0.77
0.76
0.76
iMoneyNet MONEY FUND
AVERAGETM/TAX-FREE
0.44%
0.44%
Telephone #
(800) 341-7400
(800) 662-7447
(800) 595-9111
(800) 662-7447
(800) 341-7400
(800) 435-4000
(800) 544-6666
(800) 662-7447
(800) 730-1313
(800) 331-1792
Reprinted in condensed form with permission from MONEY FUND REPORT, a service of
iMoneyNet, Inc., Westborough, Mass. 01581, (508) 616-6600. On the Web at http://
www.imoneynet.com.
October 23, 2017
BARRON’S
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Weekly Closed-End Funds
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Fund Name (Symbol)
Stock
Exch NAV
InvDYCrOpp (VTA) ......................... N
InvSnrIncTr (VVR) .......................... N
Nuveen Credit Strat Inc (JQC) ......... N
NuvFloatRateIncFd (JFR) ................ N
NuvFloatRteIncOppty (JRO) ........... N
Nuveen Senior Income (NSL) .......... N
Nuveen Sht Dur Crdt Opp (JSD) ...... N
PionrFltRate Tr (PHD)-a ................... N
THL Credit Senior Loan (TSLF)-a ...... N
Voya Prime Rate Trust (PPR) .......... N
WA Corporate Loan (TLI)-a .............. N
High Yield Bond Funds
AllianceBernGlHiIncm (AWF) .......... N
Avenue In Crdt Str (ACP) ................. N
Barings Glb SD HY Bd (BGH)-a ......... N
BR Corporate HY (HYT) .................. N
BlackRock Ltd Dur Inc (BLW) .......... N
Brookfield Real Asst Inc (RA)-a ........ N
CrSuisHighYld (DHY)-a ................... A
CSAM Income Fd (CIK) ................... A
DoubleLine Inc Sol (DSL) ................ N
Dryfs Hi Yld Str (DHF) ..................... N
EVHiInc2021 (EHT) ........................ N
First Tr Hi Inc Lng/Shrt (FSD) .......... N
FirstTrStrHiInc2 (FHY) .................... N
Franklin Univ (FT) ........................... N
Guggeneheim Strat Opps (GOF) ...... N
InvHighIncTrII (VLT) ...................... N
IVY HIGH INCOME OPP (IVH)-a ....... N
MFS IntmdHgInc (CIF)-a .................. N
MFS Special Value (MFV)-a .............. N
NeubHgYldStrt (NHS) ..................... N
New Amer Hi Inc (HYB) ................... N
NexPointCreditStrat (NHF) ............. N
Nuveen Crdt Opps 2022 TT (JCO) .... N
Nuveen Global High Inc (JGH) ......... N
Nuveen Hi Inc 2020 Trgt (JHY) ........ N
Nuveen HI Dec 2018 Tgt (JHA) ........ N
Nuveen HI Dec 2019 Tgt (JHD) ........ N
Nuveen HI Nov 2021 Tgt (JHB) ........ N
PIMCO Flexible Cr I;Inst (N/A)-a .......
PionrDivHiIncTr (HNW)-a ................ A
PioneerHilncmTr (PHT)-a ................ N
Prudential Gl Sht Dur HY (GHY) ....... N
Prudential Sht Dur HY (ISD) ............ N
Wells Fargo Income Oppty (EAD) .... A
WstAstGlHiInco (EHI)-a ................... N
WstAstHIF II (HIX)-a ........................ N
Western Asset Hi Inc Opp (HIO)-a .... N
Western Asset Hi Yld D O (HYI)-a ..... N
Other Domestic Taxable Bond Funds
Apollo Tactical Income (AIF)-a ......... N
Ares Dynamic Crdt Alloc (ARDC) ..... N
Barings Corporate Inv (MCI) ........... N
Barings Part Inv (MPV) ................... N
BlackRock Mlt-Sctr Inc (BIT) .......... N
BlackRock Tax Muni Bd (BBN) ........ N
DoubleLine:Oppor Crdt Fd (DBL) .... N
Duff&Ph Util Cor (DUC) .................. N
EVLmtDurIncm (EVV) ..................... A
Franklin Ltd Dur Income (FTF) ......... A
Guggenheim Credit Alloc (GGM) ..... N
Guggenheim Tx Mun Mgd Dr (GBAB)
N
Invesco HI 2023 Tgt Term (IHIT) ..... N
J Han Investors (JHI) ...................... N
KKR Income Opportunities (KIO) .... N
MFS Charter (MCR)-a ...................... N
MFS Multimkt (MMT)-a ................... N
Nuveen Bld Amer Bd Oppty (NBD) ... N
Nuveen Build Amer Bond (NBB) ...... N
PCM Fund (PCM) ............................ N
PIMCO Corp & Inc Oppty (PTY) ....... N
PIMCO Corp & Inc Strat (PCN) ........ N
PIMCOHilnco (PHK) ....................... N
PIMCO IncmStrFd (PFL) ................. N
PIMCO IncmStrFd II (PFN) .............. N
Putnam Mas Int (PIM) .................... N
Putnam Prem Inc (PPT) .................. N
Wells Fargo Multi-Sector (ERC) ...... A
World Income Funds
Abrdn AP IncFd (FAX)-a ................... A
Aberdeen Global Income (FCO)-a ..... N
BlackRock 2022 Gl Inc Op (BGIO) ... N
EtnVncStDivInc (EVG) .................... N
First Tr/Ab Glbl Inc (FAM) ................ N
Legg Mason BW Gl Inc Opp (BWG)-a
N
MS EmMktDomDebt (EDD) ............ N
Ms EmMktDebtFd (MSD) ................ N
Nuveen EM Dbt 2022 Tg Tr (JEMD) . N
PIMCO Dyn Crd & Mrt Inc (PCI) ....... N
Market
Price
13.03
4.87
9.21
11.64
11.57
6.91
17.90
12.48
18.52
5.67
NA
11.91
4.45
8.40
11.62
11.61
6.81
17.31
12.07
17.21
5.17
10.74
NA
15.20
21.17
12.34
17.11
25.36
2.80
3.61
NA
3.59
10.33
18.25
14.70
8.32
19.71
16.46
16.27
2.83
6.04
NA
10.36
25.42
9.98
18.67
9.96
10.11
10.28
10.19
NA
17.42
10.87
16.50
16.70
9.37
NA
NA
NA
NA
13.08
14.69
20.76
11.40
16.18
23.83
2.87
3.40
21.10
3.49
10.15
17.06
13.44
7.30
21.17
14.98
15.81
2.89
6.62
12.18
9.86
23.82
9.99
17.31
10.05
9.98
10.09
10.13
NA
16.38
10.01
14.81
15.14
8.62
10.28
7.24
5.13
15.57
17.46
NA
NA
NA
20.04
23.68
NA
9.73
15.15
NA
22.53
23.22
10.06
18.82
NA
9.32
6.67
23.17
22.08
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
5.06
5.61
14.36
16.24
16.43
15.76
14.76
18.46
23.31
23.17
9.12
13.95
12.06
22.95
22.55
10.20
18.05
16.85
8.64
6.20
22.35
21.66
11.73
16.71
16.92
7.63
11.89
10.54
4.84
5.43
13.31
5.45
9.19
10.05
NA
12.93
NA
8.92
11.11
9.82
NA
5.13
9.07
10.04
14.23
11.69
13.16
8.02
10.09
10.00
22.37
12 mos
Prem
Yield
/Disc 9/29/17
–
–
–
–
+
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
+
–
–
–
–
–
–
+
–
–
+
+
–
–
+
–
+
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
+
–
+
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
+
8.6
8.6
8.8
0.2
0.3
1.4
3.3
3.3
7.1
8.8
NA
7.1
6.0
7.3
6.8
7.0
7.0
7.2
6.1
7.1
5.9
7.7
NA
3.4
1.9
7.6
5.5
6.0
2.5
5.8
NA
2.8
1.7
6.5
8.6
12.3
7.4
9.0
2.8
2.1
9.6
NA
4.8
6.3
0.1
7.3
0.9
1.3
1.8
0.6
NA
6.0
7.9
10.2
9.3
8.0
NA
NA
NA
NA
6.7
9.7
8.9
7.8
7.8
NS
9.3
7.7
8.4
8.8
5.9
8.0
7.9
5.2
10.2
6.9
9.2
9.1
9.1
7.5
7.6
10.5
NS
8.2
6.3
5.3
5.9
5.9
NS
8.7
8.4
7.7
7.8
8.6
9.0
8.7
7.2
7.8
7.0
NA
NA
NA
7.9
1.6
NA
6.3
7.9
NA
1.9
2.9
1.4
4.1
NA
7.3
7.0
3.5
1.9
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
4.3
3.2
7.3
8.8
7.5
3.8
3.7
9.4
6.7
8.3
6.4
7.1
10.9
9.3
6.6
NS
7.1
8.8
8.6
8.6
5.3
5.8
12.5
10.3
10.1
12.7
8.9
8.9
6.6
5.8
9.0
5.9
1.3
0.1
NA
9.6
NA
10.1
9.2
1.8
NA
8.1
9.2
NS
7.0
7.6
7.3
8.2
6.1
NS
11.2
Fund Name (Symbol)
Stock
Exch NAV
PIMCO Dynamic Income (PDI) ........
PIMCO Income Opportunity (PKO) ..
PIMCO Stratg Inc (RCS) ..................
StoneHarbor EM Tot Inc (EDI) .........
StoneHarbor Emg Mkts Inc (EDF) ...
Templeton Em Inc (TEI) ..................
Templtn Glbl Inc (GIM)-a .................
Virtus Gl MSec Inc (VGI) .................
WstAstEmergDebt (EMD)-a .............
Western Asset Gl Cr D Op (GDO)-a ...
WstAstVarRte (GFY)-a .....................
National Muni Bond Funds
AllBerNatlMunInc (AFB) .................
BlckRk Inv Q Mun (BKN) .................
BlckRk L-T Muni Adv (BTA) .............
BR Mu InDur (MUI) .........................
BR MuniNY IntDu (MNE) ................
BlckRk Muni 2018 (BPK) ................
BlackRock Muni 2020 (BKK) ...........
BlackRock Muni 2030 Tgt (BTT) ......
BlackRock Mun Bd (BBK) ................
BlackRock Muni (BFK) ....................
BlackRock Muni II (BLE) .................
BlckRk Mun Inc Inv (BBF) ...............
BlckRk Muni Inc Qly (BYM) .............
BlckRk Muni Inc Inv Qly (BAF) .........
BR MuniAssets Fd (MUA) ...............
BR MuniEnhanced (MEN) ...............
BR MuniHoldng2 (MUH) .................
BR MuniHoldings Qly (MFL) ...........
BR MH Qly (MUS) ...........................
BR MH Qly 2 (MUE) .........................
BR MuniHoldngs (MHD) .................
BR MuniVest Fd (MVF) ....................
BR MuniVest 2 (MVT) .....................
BR MuniYield Fd (MYD) ..................
BR MuniYld Invest Qly (MFT) ..........
BR MuniYield Qlty (MQY) ................
BR MuniYld Qlty2 (MQT) ................
BR MuniYld Qly 3 (MYI) ..................
BR MuniYldInv (MYF) .....................
BlckRk Str Muni (BSD) ....................
Del Inv Natl Muni Income (VFL) .......
Deutsche Muni Inc (KTF) ................
Deutsche Strat Mun (KSM) .............
Dreyfus Muni Bd Infra (DMB)-a ........
Dreyfus Income (DMF) ...................
Dreyfus Str Muni (DSM) .................
Dreyfus St Munis (LEO) ..................
DTF Tax-Free Income (DTF) ............
EVMuniBd (EIM) .............................
EVMuniBdII (EIV) ...........................
EVMuniIncm (EVN) ........................
EVNatMuniOpp (EOT) .....................
Eaton Vance Tx-Ad Bd&Opt (EXD) ...
FedPremIntMuInc (FPT)-a ...............
FedPremMuInc (FMN)-a ..................
InvAdvMuIncTrII (VKI) ...................
Invesco MuniOp (OIA) ....................
InvescoMuOppTr (VMO) ................
InvescoMuTr (VKQ) ........................
InvescoQual Inc (IQI) ......................
InvTrInvGrMu (VGM) .....................
InvescoValMunInc (IIM) .................
MAINSTAY:DEFTERM MUNIOPP (MMD)
MFS HgIncMuniTr (CXE)-a ..............
MFS HgYldMuniTr (CMU)-a .............
MFS Inv Gr (CXH)-a .........................
MFS Muni Inco (MFM)-a ..................
Mgd Dur Inv Grade Muni (MZF) .......
NeubrgrBrmCA (NBW) ...................
NeubrgrBrm (NBH) .........................
NeubrgeBrmNY (NBO) ...................
Nuveen AMT-Fr Mu Val (NUW) ........
Nuveen AMT-Fr Qlty Mun I (NEA) ....
Nuveen AMT-Fr Mu CI (NVG) ..........
Nuv Enh Muni Cr Inc (NZF) ..............
Nuveen Enh Muni Val (NEV) ............
Nuveen Int Dur Mun Term (NID) ......
Nuveen Int Dur Qlty Mun (NIQ) ........
NuvMuni2021TgtTerm (NHA) .........
NuvMuniHiIncOpp (NMZ) ...............
Nuveen Muni Inc (NMI) ...................
Nuveen Muni Val (NUV) ..................
Nuveen Quality Muni Inc (NAD) .......
Nuveen Sel Mat (NIM) .....................
Nuveen Sel TF (NXP) .......................
Nuveen Sel TF 2 (NXQ) ....................
Nuveen Sel TF 3 (NXR) ....................
PIMCO MuniInc (PMF) ....................
Market
Price
12 mos
Prem
Yield
/Disc 9/29/17
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
NA
NA
NA
15.58
15.02
13.05
7.45
17.37
NA
NA
NA
29.81
25.91
9.11
16.20
16.80
11.56
6.63
17.99
15.68
18.29
17.24
+
+
–
–
+
NA
NA
NA
4.0
11.9
11.4
11.0
3.6
NA
NA
NA
13.2
9.9
9.2
11.2
12.6
4.5
6.2
9.2
7.3
7.4
5.3
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
N
N
N
A
N
N
N
A
A
N
N
N
N
N
A
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
A
A
N
A
A
A
N
N
N
N
A
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
15.01
16.01
12.59
15.59
15.54
15.06
15.60
24.25
16.31
14.52
15.10
14.41
15.28
15.59
14.16
12.02
15.72
14.81
14.02
14.13
17.11
9.68
15.31
14.93
14.56
15.91
13.97
14.54
14.85
14.50
14.71
12.66
12.53
14.22
9.36
8.40
8.62
15.76
13.81
13.60
13.47
22.02
11.97
14.50
15.20
12.19
7.60
13.57
13.55
13.69
14.04
16.33
20.20
5.39
4.85
10.63
7.38
14.89
15.32
15.65
14.18
17.07
15.15
16.48
16.11
15.09
13.84
14.02
9.83
13.54
11.40
10.33
15.48
10.54
15.48
14.88
15.80
NA
13.87
14.93
12.15
14.28
14.05
14.98
15.40
22.64
15.41
14.13
14.83
14.80
14.66
15.23
15.15
11.85
15.20
14.95
13.53
13.89
16.82
9.67
15.33
14.55
14.27
15.61
13.13
14.41
15.49
14.05
13.44
12.17
12.07
13.20
9.06
8.56
8.87
14.27
12.78
12.54
12.80
22.78
11.82
13.61
14.50
11.46
7.93
12.75
12.62
12.59
13.35
14.84
19.71
5.24
4.78
9.94
7.12
13.66
14.09
15.20
12.64
17.20
13.75
15.44
15.13
14.54
13.27
13.29
9.90
13.67
11.57
10.27
14.07
10.25
14.85
14.07
15.48
13.54
– 7.6
– 6.7
– 3.5
– 8.4
– 9.6
– 0.5
– 1.3
– 6.6
– 5.5
– 2.7
– 1.8
+ 2.7
– 4.1
– 2.3
+ 7.0
– 1.5
– 3.3
+ 0.9
– 3.5
– 1.7
– 1.7
– 0.1
+ 0.1
– 2.5
– 2.0
– 1.9
– 6.0
– 0.9
+ 4.3
– 3.1
– 8.6
– 3.9
– 3.7
– 7.2
– 3.2
+ 1.9
+ 2.9
– 9.5
– 7.5
– 7.8
– 5.0
+ 3.5
– 1.3
– 6.1
– 4.6
– 6.0
+ 4.3
– 6.0
– 6.9
– 8.0
– 4.9
– 9.1
– 2.4
– 2.8
– 1.4
– 6.5
– 3.5
– 8.3
– 8.0
– 2.9
– 10.9
+ 0.8
– 9.2
– 6.3
– 6.1
– 3.6
– 4.1
– 5.2
+ 0.7
+ 1.0
+ 1.5
– 0.6
– 9.1
– 2.8
– 4.1
– 5.4
– 2.0
NA
4.5
5.3
5.4
4.5
4.1
1.9
3.3
4.1
5.2
5.6
5.8
5.9
5.2
5.4
4.5
5.7
5.7
5.7
5.7
5.5
5.6
5.8
5.8
5.7
5.7
5.6
5.5
5.7
6.1
5.4
4.6
6.3
5.6
4.8
5.3
5.8
5.8
5.0
5.0
4.7
5.2
4.5
10.1
4.1
5.1
5.7
5.2
5.9
5.7
5.4
5.7
4.9
5.3
5.6
5.6
4.7
5.3
4.3
4.6
5.4
4.2
4.1
5.4
5.7
5.8
5.6
4.8
3.7
2.3
6.0
4.2
3.8
5.5
3.0
3.6
3.5
3.4
5.8
Stock
Exch NAV
Fund Name (Symbol)
PIMCOMuniIncII (PML) ..................
Pimco Muni III (PMX) .....................
PioneerHilncAdv (MAV)-a ................
PioneerMunHiIcmT (MHI)-a ............
Putnam Mgd Inc (PMM) .................
Putnam Muni Opp (PMO) ................
Western Asset Int Muni (SBI)-a ........
Western Asset Mgd Muni (MMU)-a ..
Western Asset Mun Hi Inc (MHF)-a ..
WstAstMuniPrtnrs (MNP)-a ............
Westn Asst Mu Def Opp Tr (MTT)-a ..
Single State Muni Bond
AllCAMuniInc (AKP) .......................
BlackRock CA Mun (BFZ) ................
BlckRk CA 2018 (BJZ) .....................
BlckRk FL Muni 20 (BFO) ................
BlackRock MA Tax-Exempt (MHE) ..
BlackRock MD Mun Bd (BZM) .........
BR MH CA Qly Fd Inc (MUC) ............
BR MH NJ Qly (MUJ) .......................
BR MH NY Qly (MHN) .....................
BlkRkMunyldAZ (MZA) ...................
BR MuniYld CA (MYC) ....................
BR MuniYld CA Qly (MCA) ...............
BR MuniYld MI Qly (MIY) ................
BR MuniYld NJ (MYJ) .....................
BR MuniYld NY Qly (MYN) ..............
BR MuniYld PA Qly (MPA) ...............
BlackRock NJ Muni Bond (BLJ) .......
BlackRock NJ Muni Income (BNJ) ...
BlckRk NY Muni Inc Qly (BSE) .........
BlckRk NY 2018 (BLH) ....................
BlackRock NY Mun Bd (BQH) ..........
BlackRock NY Mun (BNY) ...............
BlackRock NY Mun II (BFY) .............
BlackRock VA Mun (BHV) ...............
Del CO Muni Inc (VCF) .....................
Del MN II (VMM) .............................
EVCAMuniBd (EVM) .......................
Eaton Vance CA Muni Bd 2 (EIA) ......
EVCAMuniIncm (CEV) ....................
Eaton Vance MA Muni Bd (MAB) .....
EV MA Muni Inc (MMV) ...................
Eaton Vance MI Muni Bd (MIW) ......
EV MI Muni Inc (EMI) ......................
Eaton Vance NJ Muni Bd (EMJ) .......
EVNJMuniIncm (EVJ) .....................
Eaton Vance NY Muni Bd (ENX) .......
Eaton Vance NY Muni Bd 2 (NYH) ....
EVNYMuniIncm (EVY) ....................
Eaton Vance OH Muni Bd (EIO) ........
EV OH Muni Inc (EVO) .....................
Eaton Vance PA Muni Bd (EIP) ........
EV PA Muni Inc (EVP) .....................
InvCaValMuIncTr (VCV) .................
InvPAValMuIncTr (VPV) .................
InvTrInvGrNYMu (VTN) ..................
MFS CA Muni (CCA)-a ......................
Nuveen AZ Qual Muni Inc (NAZ) ......
Nuveen CA AMT-F Qual MI (NKX) ....
Nuveen CA Val (NCA) ......................
Nuveen CA Muni Value 2 (NCB) .......
NuveenCAQtyMuInc (NAC) .............
Nuveen CA Sel Tx-Free (NXC) ..........
Nuveen CT Qual Muni Inc (NTC) ......
NuvGA Qual Muni Inc (NKG) ...........
Nuveen MA Qual Muni Inc (NMT) ....
Nuveen MD Qual Muni Inc (NMY) ....
Nuveen MI Qual Muni Inc (NUM) .....
Nuveen Minn Qual Mun Inc (NMS) ..
Nuveen MO Qual Mun Inc (NOM) ....
Nuveen NC Qual Muni Inc (NNC) .....
Nuveen NJ Muni Value (NJV) ..........
NuvNJ Qual Muni Inc (NXJ) .............
Nuveen NY AMT/Fr Qual MI (NRK) ..
Nuveen NY Val (NNY) ......................
Nuveen NY Muni Value 2 (NYV) .......
Nuveen NY Qual Muni Inc (NAN) .....
Nuveen NY Sel Tx-Free (NXN) .........
Nuveen OH Qual Muni Inc (NUO) .....
Nuveen PA Muni Value (NPN) .........
Nuveen PA Qual Muni Inc (NQP) .....
Nuveen TX Qual Mun Inc (NTX) .......
Nuveen VA Qlty Mun Inc (NPV) .......
PIMCO CA (PCQ) ............................
PIMCOCAMuniII (PCK) ...................
Pimco CA Muni III (PZC) .................
PIMCO NY (PNF) ............................
PIMCONYMuniII (PNI) ...................
Pimco NY Muni III (PYN) .................
Data provided by
Market
Price
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
N
N
N
N
NA
NA
11.93
12.81
8.00
13.40
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
13.25
11.85
11.45
11.99
7.53
12.70
9.73
14.05
7.74
15.34
22.67
N
N
N
N
A
A
N
N
N
A
N
N
N
N
N
N
A
N
N
N
N
N
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
N
N
N
A
N
A
N
N
N
N
N
A
N
N
N
A
A
N
N
A
A
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
15.45
15.36
14.91
14.98
13.92
15.30
15.57
15.72
14.93
14.54
15.66
15.80
15.53
16.03
14.31
15.78
15.85
15.56
15.03
14.93
16.10
15.09
15.68
15.64
15.21
14.66
12.48
12.97
14.00
15.27
15.08
15.41
14.96
14.56
13.71
13.65
13.18
14.46
14.07
15.11
14.30
13.78
13.49
14.06
14.66
12.63
14.60
15.82
10.45
16.54
15.70
15.41
14.02
13.73
14.68
14.59
15.45
15.05
13.83
14.95
15.87
15.88
14.51
10.00
15.60
15.14
14.24
16.75
15.35
15.27
15.49
14.46
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
13.91
14.48
15.00
15.02
13.98
14.23
14.81
14.47
14.00
15.23
15.51
15.28
14.03
16.07
13.16
14.37
15.14
15.72
13.27
NA
15.20
14.98
15.50
17.60
15.00
14.09
12.30
12.12
12.44
13.76
13.55
13.69
13.28
12.91
12.18
12.74
11.88
13.13
13.03
13.52
12.89
12.19
13.04
12.23
13.69
11.95
14.65
15.80
10.53
17.80
14.81
15.58
12.16
13.12
14.45
12.81
13.64
15.27
NA
13.26
14.76
13.81
13.09
10.30
NA
13.99
13.93
14.98
15.45
13.60
14.69
13.13
17.23
10.15
10.83
13.14
12.41
10.14
Continuously Offered
12 mos
Prem
Yield
/Disc 9/29/17
NA
NA
4.0
6.4
5.9
5.2
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
5.9
5.8
5.4
5.0
5.3
5.1
4.5
5.4
3.9
5.2
4.7
– 10.0
– 5.7
+ 0.6
+ 0.3
+ 0.4
– 7.0
– 4.9
– 8.0
– 6.2
+ 4.7
– 1.0
– 3.3
– 9.7
+ 0.2
– 8.0
– 8.9
– 4.5
+ 1.0
– 11.7
NA
– 5.6
– 0.7
– 1.1
+ 12.5
– 1.4
– 3.9
– 1.4
– 6.6
– 11.1
– 9.9
– 10.1
– 11.2
– 11.2
– 11.3
– 11.2
– 6.7
– 9.9
– 9.2
– 7.4
– 10.5
– 9.9
– 11.5
– 3.3
– 13.0
– 6.6
– 5.4
+ 0.3
– 0.2
+ 0.8
+ 7.6
– 5.7
+ 1.1
– 13.3
– 4.4
– 1.6
– 12.2
– 11.7
+ 1.5
NA
– 11.3
– 7.0
– 13.0
– 9.8
+ 3.0
NA
– 7.6
– 2.2
– 10.6
+ 0.7
– 10.9
– 5.1
– 9.2
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
4.2
5.1
2.1
2.7
4.6
4.0
4.9
5.5
4.9
4.9
5.0
5.0
5.5
5.5
4.9
5.1
5.2
5.4
4.6
1.3
4.7
4.7
4.8
4.2
4.7
3.9
4.8
4.3
4.0
4.0
3.9
4.3
3.7
4.8
4.6
4.7
4.7
4.6
4.5
4.3
4.9
4.2
4.8
5.1
5.0
4.5
4.6
5.0
3.9
4.4
5.4
3.8
4.8
4.4
4.6
5.0
4.8
5.0
4.4
4.0
4.0
5.1
4.8
3.7
4.2
5.0
3.9
4.6
4.7
5.2
4.4
4.2
5.3
5.6
6.2
5.2
5.4
5.4
–
–
–
–
Fund Name (Symbol)
Stock
Exch NAV
General Equity Funds
Alternative Strategies:A (N/A) .........
Alternative Strategies:C (N/A) .........
Specialized Equity Funds
CUSHING MLP INFRA I (MLP) ........
Griffin Inst Access RE:A (N/A) .........
Griffin Inst Access RE:C (N/A) .........
Griffin Inst Access RE:I (N/A) ..........
Griffin Inst Access RE:L (N/A) .........
Griffin Inst Access RE:M (N/A) ........
NexPointRlEstStrat;A (N/A) ............
NexPointRlEstStrat;C (N/A) ............
NexPointRlEstStrat;Z (N/A) ............
Resource RE Div Inc:A (N/A) ...........
Resource RE Div Inc:C (N/A) ...........
Resource RE Div Inc:D (N/A) ...........
Resource RE Div Inc:I (N/A) ............
Resource RE Div Inc:L (N/A) ...........
Resource RE Div Inc:T (N/A) ...........
Resource RE Div Inc:U (N/A) ...........
Resource RE Div Inc:W (N/A) ..........
SharesPost 100 (N/A) .....................
Tot Inc+ RE:A (N/A) .........................
Tot Inc+ RE:C (N/A) .........................
Tot Inc+ RE:I (N/A) ..........................
Tot Inc+ RE:L (N/A) .........................
USQ Core Real Estate:I (USQIX) ......
USQ Core Real Estate:IS (USQSX) ...
Versus Cap MMgr RE Inc:F (N/A)-a ...
Versus Cap MMgr RE Inc:I (N/A)-a ...
Versus Capital Real Asst (VCRRX) ...
Wildermuth Endwmnt Str (N/A) ......
Wildermuth Endwmnt S:C (N/A) .....
Wildermuth Endwmnt S:I (N/A) .......
Income & Preferred Stock Funds
MultiStrat Gro & Inc:A (N/A) ............
MultiStrat Gro & Inc:C (N/A) ............
MultiStrat Gro & Inc:I (N/A) .............
MultiStrat Gro & Inc:L (N/A) ............
The Relative Value:CIA (VFLEX) ......
Convertible Sec's. Funds
Calmos Dyn Conv and Inc (CCD) .....
World Equity Funds
BMO LGM Front ME (N/A) ...............
CalamosGlbTotRet (CGO) ...............
Fund Name (Symbol)
Market
Price
52 Week
Market
Return
Prem
/Disc
z
z
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
NA
26.75
26.32
26.90
26.73
26.62
20.01
19.95
19.97
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
26.22
29.32
28.57
29.65
29.29
25.09
25.08
27.40
27.46
25.04
12.81
12.64
12.86
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
6.0
NA
5.2
NA
6.3
NA
NS
NA
NS
NA
5.9
NA
5.1
NA
6.3
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NS
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA – 2.5
NA
6.7
NA
5.9
NA
6.9
NA
NS
NA
NS
NA
NS
NA
5.4
NA
5.7
NA
NS
NA
11.9
NA
11.0
NA
NS
z
z
z
z
z
NA
NA
NA
NA
25.43
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NS
z
20.98
20.64 –
1.6
16.3
z
z
10.21
13.28
NA
13.60 +
NA
2.4
11.8
18.1
z
z
Stock
Exch NAV
U.S. Mortgage Bond Funds
Vertical Capital Income (N/A) ..........
z
Loan Participation Funds
504 Fund (N/A) ...............................
z
FedProj&TrFinanceTender (N/A) .....
z
FS Global Crdt Opptys D (N/A) .........
z
Invesco Sr Loan A (N/A) ..................
z
Invesco Sr Loan B (N/A) ..................
z
Invesco Sr Loan C (N/A) ..................
z
Invesco Sr Loan IB (N/A) .................
z
Invesco Sr Loan IC (N/A) .................
z
Invesco Sr Loan Y (N/A) ..................
z
RiverNorth MP Lending (RMPLX) ...
z
Sierra Total Return:T (SRNTX) ........
z
Voya Senior Income:A (N/A) ...........
z
Voya Senior Income:C (N/A) ...........
z
Voya Senior Income:I (N/A) ............
z
Voya Senior Income:W (N/A) ..........
z
High Yield Bond Funds
Garrison Capital Inc (N/A) ...............
z
Griffin Inst Access Cd:A (N/A) .........
z
Griffin Inst Access Cd:C (N/A) .........
z
Griffin Inst Access Cd:F (N/A) ..........
z
Griffin Inst Access Cd:I (N/A) ..........
z
Griffin Inst Access Cd:L (N/A) ..........
z
PIMCO Flexible Cr I;Inst (N/A)-a .......
PionrILSInterval (N/A) ....................
z
WA Middle Mkt Dbt (N/A) ................
z
WA Middle Mkt Inc (WMF) ..............
z
Other Domestic Taxable Bond Funds
Capstone Church Capital (N/A) ........
z
CION Ares Dvsfd Crdt;A (N/A) .........
z
CION Ares Dvsfd Crdt;C (N/A) .........
z
CION Ares Dvsfd Crdt;I (N/A) ..........
z
CNR Select Strategies (N/A) ............
z
GL Beyond Income (N/A) ................
z
Palmer Square Opp Income (N/A) ...
z
Resource Credit Inc:A (N/A) ............
z
Resource Credit Inc:C (N/A) ............
z
Resource Credit Inc:I (N/A) .............
z
Resource Credit Inc:L (N/A) ............
z
Resource Credit Inc:W (N/A) ...........
z
Market
Price
NA
NA
12 mos
Prem
Yield
/Disc 9/29/17
12.53
NA
NA
3.2
9.75
10.04
NA
6.66
6.66
6.67
6.66
6.66
6.66
25.04
NA
12.56
12.53
12.52
12.56
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
3.7
NS
NA
4.3
4.3
3.5
4.5
4.4
4.5
6.6
NS
5.4
4.9
5.7
5.7
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
9.54
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
10.4
8.6
8.5
11.44
NA
NA
NA
7.84
3.68
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
1.5
NS
NS
NS
NS
NE
5.1
6.4
5.7
6.7
NS
6.3
TOP SAVINGS DEPOSIT YIELDS
Money Market Account1
Institution
Location
Telephone
No.
Dollar Savings Direct
CIT Bank
American Express
Radius Bank
Capital One 360
Ossining,NY
Livingstn,NJ
Salt Lake City,US
Boston,MA
Wilmingtn,DE
(866)395-8693
(855)462-2652
(800)446-6307
(800)242-0272
(877)469-0232
Institution
Location
Telephone
No.
First Internet Bank
Ameriprise Ntl Trust Bk
Dollar Savings Direct
EverBank
Nationwide Bank
Indianapolis,US
Minneapolis,US
Ossining,NY
Jackson,US
Columbus,US
(888)873-3424
(888)356-1006
(866)395-8693
(888)882-3837
(877)422-6569
Six-Month CDs2
Min. Recent
Deposit % Rate
1
1
1
2500
10000
1.39
1.34
1.24
1.19
1.19
Min. Recent
Deposit % Rate
1000
1000
1000
5000
500
1.36
1.24
1.24
1.20
1.19
Effect.
% Yield
(CD) 1.40
(CD) 1.35
(CD) 1.25
(CM) 1.20
(CM) 1.20
Effect.
% Yield
(CM) 1.37
(CM) 1.25
(CD) 1.25
(CD) 1.21
(CD) 1.20
1Including passbook, statement savings, and bank-offered liquid asset accounts.
One-Year CDs
Institution
Location
Telephone
No.
First Internet Bank
EverBank
PenFed Credit Union
Popular Direct
Barclays Bank
Indianapolis,US
Jackson,US
Alexandria,VA
Pleasantn,US
Wilmingtn,US
(888)873-3424
(888)882-3837
(800)247-5626
(800)274-5696
(888)710-8756
Institution
Location
Telephone
No.
Capital One 360
Discover Bank
EverBank
Middlesex Savings Bk
Ameriprise Ntl Trust Bk
Wilmingtn,DE
Greenwood,US
Jackson,US
Middlesex,MA
Minneapolis,US
(877)469-0232
(800)347-7000
(888)882-3837
(877)463-6287
(888)356-1006
2½-Year CDs
Min. Recent
Deposit % Rate
1000
5000
1000
10000
1
1.65
1.65
1.60
1.59
1.49
Min. Recent
Deposit % Rate
1
2500
5000
250
1000
1.74
1.69
1.64
1.59
1.49
Effect.
% Yield
(CM) 1.66
(CD) 1.66
(CD) 1.61
(CD) 1.60
(CD) 1.50
Effect.
% Yield
(CM) 1.75
(CD) 1.70
(CD) 1.65
(CM) 1.60
(CM) 1.50
Five-Year CDs
Institution
Location
Telephone
No.
Popular Direct
Barclays Bank
EverBank
First Internet Bank
Capital One 360
Pleasantn,US
Wilmingtn,US
Jackson,US
Indianapolis,US
Wilmingtn,DE
(800)274-5696
(888)710-8756
(888)882-3837
(888)873-3424
(877)469-0232
90-Day Jumbo CDs
Min. Recent
Deposit % Rate
10000
1
5000
1000
1
Institution
Location
Telephone
No.
Ameriprise Ntl Trust Bk
EverBank
First Internet Bank
Popular Direct
Bank of Internet USA
Minneapolis,US
Jackson,US
Indianapolis,US
Pleasantn,US
San Diego,CA
(888)356-1006 100000
(888)882-3837
5000
(888)873-3424
1000
(800)274-5696 10000
(877)541-2634
1000
2.37
2.32
2.32
2.30
2.28
Min. Recent
Deposit % Rate
1.14
1.00
1.00
0.75
0.55
Effect.
% Yield
(CD) 2.40
(CD) 2.35
(CD) 2.35
(CM) 2.32
(CM) 2.30
Effect.
% Yield
(CM) 1.15
(CD) 1.01
(CM) 1.00
(CD) 0.75
(CD) 0.55
Yields are based on the stated rate and compounding method in effect Friday and are subject Source: (c) 2017, Informa Research Services, 26565 Agoura Road #300, Calabasas, CA
91302-1942 818-880-8877. All rights reserved. May not be reproduced or retransmitted in
to change. Phone to verify before investing or sending money.
any form without express written consent of Informa Research Services.
additional six months.
(CC) Compounded continuously; (SA) compounded semiannually; (CD) compounded daily;
Rates are the highest yields on six types of accounts offered by federally-insured banks and (CA) compounded annually; (CM) compounded monthly; (SI) simple interest; (CQ) comsavings associations nationwide.
pounded quarterly
2Six-month CD yields assume reinvestment of principal and interest at the same rate for an
M34
BARRON’S
October 23, 2017
Market Laboratory
THE DOW JONES AVERAGES
DJ AVERAGES
Dow Jones 30 Industrial (divisor: 0.14523396877348)
Daily
Oct 16
17
18
19
Open (t)
22911.31 22963.64 23077.31
Open (a)
22892.92 22952.41 23087.13
Close
22956.96 22997.44 23157.60
High (t)
23053.18 23139.50 23267.22
Low (t)
22789.81 22803.42 22987.80
High (a)
22960.12 23002.20 23172.93
Low (a)
22887.12 22948.23 23086.75
Change
+85.24
+40.48
+160.16
Theoretical (t): High 23419.07 Low 22789.81
Actual (a): High 23328.84 Low 22887.12
20
23103.96
23107.47
23163.04
23258.85
22948.38
23167.24
23052.67
+5.44
23252.00
23205.18
23328.63
23419.07
23107.58
23328.84
23201.78
+165.59
Dow Jones 20 Transport (divisor: 0.16416809180007)
Open (t)
9942.37
9821.58
9845.76
Open (a)
9932.99
9828.30
9837.23
Close
9857.15
9824.14
9899.67
High (t)
9983.88
9907.47
9957.48
Low (t)
9791.67
9747.17
9817.68
High (a)
9971.88
9876.04
9936.91
Low (a)
9819.94
9799.68
9837.23
Change
–79.07
–33.01
+75.53
Theoretical (t): High 10034.32 Low 9717.97
Actual (a): High 9983.39 Low 9790.58
9846.68
9873.23
9886.51
9953.24
9717.97
9887.91
9790.58
–13.16
9950.05
9929.88
9972.10
10034.32
9889.86
9983.39
9929.88
+85.59
Dow Jones 15 Utilities (divisor: 1.26341348266030)
Open (t)
736.86
736.19
739.53
Open (a)
736.93
736.21
740.29
Close
734.91
740.57
739.62
High (t)
740.03
743.39
742.54
Low (t)
726.39
731.88
735.38
High (a)
738.90
742.44
740.97
Low (a)
727.52
733.30
736.46
Change
–2.34
+5.66
–.95
Theoretical (t): High 751.06 Low 726.39
Actual (a): High 750.20 Low 727.52
741.02
740.41
747.86
748.60
739.21
747.96
740.29
+8.24
747.63
747.95
749.21
751.06
744.48
750.20
745.42
+1.35
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Dow Jones 65 Composite (divisor: 0.75161599556883)
Open (t)
7837.35
7819.95
7852.81
Open (a)
7831.86
7819.29
7854.18
Close
7824.29
7834.41
7880.25
High (t)
7879.17
7884.79
7918.98
Low (t)
7763.35
7765.50
7822.41
High (a)
7844.79
7836.56
7888.90
Low (a)
7792.72
7815.75
7853.77
Change
–4.72
+10.12
+45.84
Theoretical (t): High 7979.42 Low 7763.35
Actual (a): High 7945.24 Low 7792.72
7860.68
7866.13
7892.29
7926.61
7799.45
7893.33
7840.72
+12.04
7922.96
7910.05
7945.24
7979.42
7876.61
7945.24
7910.05
+52.95
STOCK VOLUME
Last
Week
NYSE(a)
30 Dow Inds (b)
20 Dow Trans (b)
15 Dow Utils (b)
65 Dow Stks (b)
NYSE American (a)
Nasdaq(d)
NYSE 15 Most Active
Average Price
% Tot Vol
Stock Offerings $(z,v)
3,663,444
1,546,801
266,872
254,148
2,067,821
78,514
8,532,576
Prev.
Week
3,621,535
1,430,344
238,404
210,328
1,879,075
48,168
8,791,218
Year
Ago
YOY
% Chg
3,917,837
1,597,386
356,704
185,590
2,139,680
39,894
7,740,094
-6.49
-3.17
-25.18
36.94
-3.36
96.81
10.24
21.47
20.15
19.74
14.39
17.00
15.92
2,453,100 r2,385,700 1,984,900
8.76
-9.61
23.59
Daily Stock Volume
Daily
10/16
10/17
10/18
10/19
10/20
NYSE(a)
694,136 689,454 677,610 704,802 897,442
30 Inds (b)
238,385.7 255,565.1 263,350.2 333,546.4 455,953.8
20 Trans (b)
39,739.7 49,429.2 41,737.8 79,648.6 56,316.4
15 Utils (b)
76,654.7 59,781.2 37,540.5 39,890.8 40,280.9
65 Stks (b)
354,780.1 364,775.5 342,628.4 453,085.9 552,551.1
NYSE Amer(a)
18,116
20,335
14,226
9,833
16,003
Nasd(d)
1,612,573 1,625,737 1,717,639 1,811,579 1,765,048
NYSE 15 Most Active
Avg. Price
25.20
31.16
31.11
21.95
22.31
% Tot Vol
16.74
14.58
14.59
14.83
19.50
Numbers in thousands save price and percentages. (a) Primary
volume. (b) Composite volume. (d) as of 4:10 pm. (r) Revised. (v)
W/E Thursday. (z) Source: Thomson Reuters.
NYSE HALF-HOURLY VOLUME
Daily
9:30-10:00
10:00-10:30
10:30-11:00
11:00-11:30
11:30-12:00
12:00-12:30
12:30-1:00
1:00-1:30
1:30-2:00
2:00-2:30
2:30-3:00
3:00-3:30
3:30-4:00
10/16
10/17
10/18
10/19
10/20
93,547
42,955
38,531
33,347
26,921
24,702
21,842
22,831
23,520
25,339
26,736
35,285
278,581
84,429
37,999
39,845
33,865
28,026
24,097
22,080
22,708
25,692
28,981
29,281
39,513
272,939
83,975
41,600
35,219
32,746
28,472
24,503
21,712
32,455
24,130
26,004
26,386
34,498
265,909
97,775
44,731
38,202
31,050
27,824
23,894
22,673
24,821
24,599
27,180
33,510
37,657
270,886
150,282
47,904
38,076
45,120
31,448
27,330
25,656
23,791
24,857
27,766
27,422
35,652
392,138
TRADING DIARY
See barrons.com/mktlab for complete table
Week's
COMPONENTS Change INDUSTRIALS
3M
3.60
American Express
-0.77
Apple
-0.74
Boeing
4.01
Caterpillar
0.65
Chevron
-0.52
Cisco Systems
0.78
Coca-Cola
0.20
Disney
2.02
DowDuPont
-0.25
ExxonMobil
0.70
General Electric
0.85
Goldman Sachs
6.20
Home Depot
-1.04
IBM
14.97
Intel
0.76
Johnson & Johnson
5.97
JPMorgan Chase
3.65
McDonald's
0.93
Merck
0.49
Microsoft
1.32
Nike Cl B
2.08
Pfizer
0.08
Procter & Gamble
-4.79
Travelers Cos
6.65
United Technologies
2.21
UnitedHealth Group
14.97
Verizon Communications
1.67
VISA Cl A
-1.11
Wal-Mart Stores
0.82
23550
-1.27
-0.77
-0.06
1.04
1.69
-0.69
-1.25
2.85
2.57
-0.02
1.02
0.30
2.40
-0.33
1.10
2.62
0.25
0.71
-7.67
1.40
AES
American Elec Power
American Water Works
CenterPoint Energy
Consolidated Edison
Dominion Energy
Duke Energy
Edison Intl
Exelon
FirstEnergy
NextEra Energy
NiSource
PG&E
Public Service Enterprise
Southern
-0.12
0.82
2.74
0.34
1.78
1.38
1.14
1.61
0.34
-0.36
3.61
0.06
0.14
0.36
1.27
Oct 16
–.03
–.28
–.30
17
–.21
–.52
–.34
18
+.07
–.31
+.13
19
–.09
–.42
–.24
23150
Market Advance/Decline Totals
Week ended last Friday compared to previous Friday
22750
Weekly Comp.
Total Issues
Advances
Declines
Unchanged
New Highs
New Lows
NYSE
3,113
1,623
1,433
57
467
93
NYSE Amer
349
114
223
12
11
24
Nasdaq
3,174
1,500
1,593
81
468
129
20
+.37
–.31
+.40
NYSE Arca
1,393
663
717
13
486
61
22350
OTHER MARKET INDEXES
Daily
21950
21550
21150
20750
20350
TRANSPORTATION
Alaska Air Group
American Airlines Group
Avis Budget Group
CH Robinson Worldwide
CSX
Delta Air
Expeditors Intl of Wash
FedEx
JB Hunt Transport
JetBlue Airways
Kansas City Southern
Kirby Corp
Landstar System
Matson Inc.
Norfolk Southern
Ryder System
Southwest Airlines
Union Pacific
United Continental Hldgs
United Parcel Service B
Daily
% (QCHA)
% (QACH)
% (QCHAQ)
10300
10100
9900
9700
9500
10/16
10/17
10/18
10/19
10/20
NYSE Amer Comp 2655.33 2659.11 2646.11 2636.95 2618.24
AmMajorMkt
2339.51 2340.01 2356.41 2361.24 2375.68
BNY ADR Idx
151.29
150.70
150.91
150.46
150.51
Europe
140.47
140.10
140.23
140.00
140.02
Latin Am
257.22
256.89
256.01
255.64
255.35
Asia
176.72
175.44
176.12
175.02
175.22
Emerg M
328.97
326.63
327.70
325.46
325.61
DJ US TSM Float 26525.47 26530.34 26557.95 26561.57 26697.94
Nasdaq Cmp
6624.00 6623.66 6624.22 6605.07 6629.05
100 Index
6114.53 6122.61 6114.35 6092.62 6108.82
Indus.
5182.21 5174.16 5167.87 5151.13 5172.37
Insur.
8924.22 8916.81 8971.92 9023.14 9074.21
Banks
3938.23 3893.42 3920.17 3941.05 3974.02
Computer
3880.23 3883.16 3887.20 3867.50 3889.74
Telecom
309.79
309.72
309.49
311.01
313.23
NYSE Comp.-z 12359.52 12349.97 12371.02 12380.32 12430.53
Financial-z
7892.94 7863.30 7894.89 7898.84 7944.10
Health Care-z
14028.11 14185.71 14227.42 14311.13 14363.95
Energy-z
10876.97 10863.07 10800.64 10774.79 10775.29
Russell 1000
1418.71 1418.71 1419.77 1420.23 1427.61
2000
1502.68 1497.50 1505.14 1502.04 1509.25
3000
1517.50 1517.50 1519.13 1519.35 1527.19
Value-v
1178.07 1178.07 1179.12 1180.52 1187.22
Growth-v
1286.63 1286.63 1287.40 1286.71 1292.79
MidCap
1994.36 1994.36 1995.83 1997.16 2010.77
S&P 100 Index 1129.29 1130.97 1131.78 1130.71 1135.26
500
2557.64 2559.36 2561.26 2562.10 2575.21
Ind.
3392.48 3398.50 3398.35 3397.57 3411.74
MidCap
1819.46 1816.34 1821.89 1823.85 1834.29
SmallCap
908.14
905.20
911.58
908.54
913.75
Value Line(A)
5820.28 5813.77 5828.59 5824.86 5859.38
Value Line(G)
542.59
541.93
543.25
542.85
545.98
DJ US Small TSM 10111.52 10081.99 10123.55 10109.31 10164.02
(A)-Arithmetic Index. (G)-Geometric Index.
(v)-Value 1000 and Growth 1000. (y)-Dec. 31,1965=50. (z)-Dec.
31,2002=5000.
9300
S&P DOW JONES INDEXES
9100
8900
8700
UTILITIES
755
735
715
695
Apr
May
Jun
Note: Theoretical highs and lows are shown.
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
675
Friday
Close
Chg
DJ U.S. Total Stock Market 26697.94 211.96
US Large Cap
6044.88
50.56
US Large Growth
6827.03
33.29
US Large Value
5022.09
57.56
US Mid Cap
10409.11
93.12
US Mid Growth
10265.51 124.40
US Mid Value
8517.69
33.74
US Small Cap
10164.02
51.34
US Small Growth
9143.86
50.36
US Small Value
10122.51
42.69
Microcap
13224.95 –99.01
DJ U.S. Select REIT -a 9607.24 –152.89
DJ U.S. Select RESI -a 1010.18 –16.08
US TMI
643.56
5.31
US Select Dividend -a 1901.70
11.41
Select Microcap
2608.66
15.98
Global Titans 50
290.48
1.52
Asian Titans 50
173.45
0.70
DJ Islamic Market
3511.75
0.81
Islamic Titans 100
3936.41
–0.83
Islamic Emerging
2564.15 –12.44
Islamic Technology 5696.73
39.02
Islamic U.S.
4594.67
23.88
Sustainability
1487.95
4.62
U.K. Titans 50 (GBP)
300.58
–0.58
DJ India (INR)
215.15
0.27
Equity REIT -a
1762.65 –17.79
Comp REIT -a
1478.63 –13.47
Internet Comp
473.78
0.70
E*commerce
937.70
–1.76
Internet Svcs
207.79
2.17
a-total return. 3 Year % Chg is annualized.
Week
% Chg
1 Year 3 Year
0.80
0.84
0.49
1.16
0.90
1.23
0.40
0.51
0.55
0.42
–0.74
–1.57
–1.57
0.83
0.60
0.62
0.53
0.40
0.02
–0.02
–0.48
0.69
0.52
0.31
–0.19
0.12
–1.00
–0.90
0.15
–0.19
1.05
20.56
20.48
22.72
18.33
19.79
23.60
14.67
21.16
23.80
17.34
24.12
3.39
3.39
20.39
18.15
32.18
18.62
20.49
20.00
19.60
24.49
33.69
19.72
25.07
6.24
18.78
7.16
8.27
31.13
34.59
33.04
10.48
10.51
12.35
8.77
10.65
11.41
9.39
10.31
11.59
8.34
9.21
7.51
7.48
10.42
13.06
16.80
8.01
6.87
8.81
9.09
6.28
17.91
10.27
6.93
5.98
12.07
8.88
8.84
22.98
25.04
19.19
October 23, 2017
BARRON’S
M35
Market Laboratory
Last
Week
Prev.
Week
DJ Ind Avg
P/E Ratio
Earns Yield %
Earns $
Divs Yield %
Divs $
Mkt to Book
Book Value $
23328.63
21.05
4.75
1108.14
2.19
511.37
4.01
5818.74
22871.72
20.55
4.87
1113.03
2.23
511.16
3.93
5818.74
18145.71
19.39
5.16
936.03
2.59
470.06
3.13
5799.91
DJ Trans Avg
P/E Ratio
Earns Yield %
Earns $
Divs Yield %
Divs $
Mkt to Book
Book Value $
9972.10
19.97
5.01
499.24
1.31
130.40
3.89
2561.22
9936.22
19.71
5.07
504.18
1.31
130.40
3.88
2561.22
8026.65
14.43
6.93
556.32
1.47
118.37
3.38
2376.65
749.21
38.07
2.63
19.68
3.18
23.80
737.25
37.46
2.67
19.68
3.23
23.80
655.00
25.33
3.95
25.86
3.41
22.32
DJ Utility Avg
P/E Ratio
Earns Yield %
Earns $
Divs Yield %
Divs $
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DELTA MARKET SENTIMENT INDICATOR
The Delta MSI measures the position of ~2,000 stocks relative to an
intermediate-term moving average crossover (MAC) point. When
greater than 50% of the stocks followed are above this MAC point, the
market is bullish and equities are attractive. When the indicator is
below 50%, risk is elevated and stock exposures should be reduced.
Manager uses discretion on asset allocation when MSI is 50% +/- 3%.
Last
2 Weeks
3 Weeks
Current Sentiment
Week
Ago
Ago
BULLISH
74.6%
74.9%
Last
Week
Year
Ago
72.6%
Current Market Exposure: 100% Equities, 0% Bonds, 0% Cash
Source: Delta Investment Management
www.deltaim.com, (415) 249-6337
Mkt to Book
Book Value $
Prev.
Week
Year
Ago
2.17
344.79
2.14
344.79
1.90
345.41
S&P 500 Index
P/E Ratio
Earns Yield %
Earns $
Divs Yield %
Divs $
Mkt to Book
Book Value $
2575.21
24.76
4.04
104.02
1.95
50.22
3.35
768.98
2533.17
24.54
4.11
104.02
1.96
49.65
3.29
768.98
2141.16
24.63
4.06
86.92
2.16
46.25
2.89
740.29
S&P Ind Index
P/E Ratio
Earns Yield %
Earns $
Divs Yield %
Divs $
Mkt to Book
Book Value $
3411.74
26.73
3.74
127.66
1.87
63.80
4.39
777.19
3387.61
26.54
3.77
127.66
1.88
63.69
4.36
777.19
2881.83
28.76
3.48
100.19
2.08
59.94
3.82
754.58
DISTRIBUTIONS & OFFERINGS
Secondary Distributions of common stocks
Abeona Therapeutics
5,750,000
$16.00
$92,000,000
Akari Therapeutics plc
348,000,000
$5.00
$17,400,000
BlueLinx Holdings
3,860,000
$7.00
$27,050,000
CUI Global
6,430,000
$2.80
$18,000,000
Earthstone Energy
4,500,000
$9.25
$41,630,000
Golden Ocean Group Ltd
7,760,000
$8.50
$66,000,000
Ignyta
10,000,000
$16.00 $160,000,000
KMG Chemicals
3,000,000
$54.00 $162,000,000
Pattern Energy Group
8,000,000
$23.40 $187,200,000
Radcom Ltd
1,440,000
$19.50
$28,170,000
RumbleON
2,910,000
$5.50
$16,010,000
Source: Dealogic LLC, New York City; (212) 577-4400.
THE WEEK IN STOCKS FOR THE MAJOR INDEXES
12-Month
Weekly
High
Low
High
Low
Dow Jones Indexes
23328.63 17888.28 30 Indus
23328.63 22956.96
10038.13 7967.02 20 Transp
9972.10 9824.14
754.80
625.44 15 Utilities
749.21
734.91
7945.24 6317.85 65 Comp
7945.24 7824.29
Dow Jones Indexes
26697.94 21514.15 US TSM Float 26697.94 26525.47
643.56
519.97 US Market
643.56
639.28
473.78
347.26 Internet
473.78
470.31
New York Stock Exchange
12430.53 10289.35 Comp-z
12430.53 12349.97
7944.10 6144.70 Financial-z
7944.10 7863.30
14363.95 11447.93 Health Care-z 14363.95 14028.11
11769.62 9782.86 Energy-z
10876.97 10774.79
NYSE American Stock Exchange
2666.89 2153.42 NYSE Amer Comp 2659.11 2618.24
2375.68 1858.79 Major Mkt
2375.68 2339.51
Standard & Poor's Indexes
1135.26
923.84 100 Index
1135.26 1129.29
2575.21 2085.18 500 Index
2575.21 2557.64
3411.74 2796.86 Indus
3411.74 3392.48
1834.29 1476.68 MidCap
1834.29 1816.34
918.72
703.64 SmallCap
913.75
905.20
Nasdaq Stock Market
6629.05 5046.37 Comp
6629.05 6605.07
6122.61 4660.46 100 Index
6122.61 6092.62
5233.30 4179.98 Indus
5182.21 5151.13
9074.21 7415.32 Insur
9074.21 8916.81
3994.19 2977.79 Banks
3974.02 3893.42
3889.74 2777.02 Computer
3889.74 3867.50
316.69
276.30 Telecom
313.23
309.49
Russell Indexes
1427.61 1154.66 1000
1427.61 1418.71
1512.09 1156.89 2000
1509.25 1497.50
1527.19 1230.73 3000
1527.19 1517.50
1187.22 1004.34 Value-v
1187.22 1178.07
1292.79 1000.61 Growth-v
1292.79 1286.63
2010.77 1644.50 MidCap
2010.77 1994.36
Others
5859.38 4698.49 Value Line-a
5859.38 5813.77
545.98
455.65 Value Line-g
545.98
541.93
10172.47 7986.18 DJ US Small TSM10164.02 10081.99
691.35
521.59 Barron's 400
691.35
684.08
Close
Friday
Chg.
Weekly
% Chg.
12-Month
Chg.
% Chg.
Change From
12/30
% Chg.
23328.63
9972.10
749.21
7945.24
456.91
35.88
11.96
116.23
2.00
0.36
1.62
1.48
5182.92
1945.45
94.21
1585.19
28.56
24.24
14.38
24.92
3566.03
928.20
89.60
1042.79
18.04
10.26
13.58
15.11
26697.94
643.56
473.78
211.96
5.31
0.70
0.80
0.83
0.15
4556.01
109.05
106.02
20.58
20.40
28.83
3421.21
83.23
116.62
14.70
14.85
32.65
12430.53
7944.10
14363.95
10775.29
78.53
68.06
304.72
–84.48
0.64
0.86
2.17
–0.78
1858.65
1674.96
2242.43
–79.82
17.58
26.72
18.50
–0.74
1373.64
982.55
2456.75
–728.47
12.42
14.11
20.63
–6.33
2618.24
2375.68
–31.75
38.16
–1.20
1.63
343.33
511.58
15.09
27.44
310.20
361.08
13.44
17.92
1135.26
2575.21
3411.74
1834.29
913.75
9.10
22.04
24.13
15.47
5.38
0.81
0.86
0.71
0.85
0.59
185.60
434.05
529.91
307.53
179.86
19.54
20.27
18.39
20.14
24.51
143.83
336.38
462.16
173.71
75.79
14.51
15.02
15.67
10.46
9.04
6629.05
6108.82
5172.37
9074.21
3974.02
3889.74
313.23
23.25
16.36
–2.62
180.79
64.36
30.57
2.83
0.35
0.27
–0.05
2.03
1.65
0.79
0.91
1371.65
1256.96
815.63
1343.27
950.10
974.60
36.13
26.09
25.91
18.72
17.38
31.42
33.43
13.04
1245.94
1245.20
727.50
720.74
121.55
963.93
24.95
23.15
25.60
16.37
8.63
3.16
32.95
8.65
1427.61
1509.25
1527.19
1187.22
1292.79
2010.77
11.94
6.59
12.30
10.54
10.15
16.38
0.84
0.44
0.81
0.90
0.79
0.82
241.30
291.15
260.96
162.73
257.40
312.67
20.34
23.90
20.61
15.88
24.86
18.41
185.95
152.12
195.48
84.72
239.24
226.89
14.98
11.21
14.68
7.68
22.71
12.72
5859.38
545.98
10164.02
691.35
37.36
3.17
51.34
6.22
0.64
0.58
0.51
0.91
989.41
72.29
1786.52
150.11
20.32
15.26
21.33
27.73
597.37
39.81
984.41
89.72
11.35
7.86
10.72
14.91
High/Low's are based upon the daily closing index. a-Arithmetic Index. G-Geometric Index. V-Value 1000 and Growth 1000 y-Dec.
31,1965=50 z-Dec. 31,2002=5000
PER SHARE VALUES OF STOCKS IN THE DOW
JONES AVERAGES
BARRON'S 50-STOCK AVERAGE
This is a list of the Dow Jones trailing 52-week diluted
share earnings, dividends and book values as reported
by the company. Bolded numbers indicate new values.
Sources Barron's Stats and FactSet.
Industrial Stocks
Earns
Book
Divs. Value
Am Exp
5.19
Apple
8.80
Boeing
11.42
Caterpillar
0.15
Chevron Corp
3.08
Cisco Sys
1.91
Coca Cola
0.96
Disney Walt
5.66
DowDuPont
2.54
ExxonMobil
2.77
Gen Elec
0.80
Goldman Sachs 19.20
Home Depot
6.97
IBM
11.97
Intel
2.61
1.31 22.68
2.40 24.03
5.35 1.32
3.10 22.40
4.32 76.95
1.13 12.64
1.46 5.38
1.56 27.04
1.52 11.31
3.04 40.34
0.96 8.67
2.80 192.80
3.36 3.60
5.80 19.29
1.0625 14.00
Book
Divs. Value
Earns
Johnson&John
JPMorgChase
McDonalds
Merck Co
Microsoft
Nike Inc
Pfizer
Proc Gam
3M Co
Travelers Cos
UnitedHealth Grp
Utd Tech
Verizon
Visa
Wal-mart
5.76
6.94
6.11
2.47
2.70
2.35
1.36
5.59
8.77
8.61
9.02
6.48
3.90
2.69
4.16
3.28
2.04
3.76
1.88
1.56
0.72
1.26
2.7383
4.635
2.78
2.75
2.68
2.3225
0.66
2.03
26.02
64.06
(2.69)
14.58
9.39
7.55
9.81
21.22
17.26
83.05
40.20
34.10
5.53
11.61
25.52
Transportation Stocks
Alaska Air Group
American Airlines
Avis Budget Grp
C.H. Robinson
CSX Corp
Delta Air Lines
Expeditors Int'l
FedEx
Hunt (JB)
JetBlue Air
6.16
4.05
0.72
3.40
1.94
5.03
2.31
10.60
3.76
1.97
1.175
0.40
Nil
1.80
0.76
0.9125
0.82
1.80
0.91
Nil
23.77
7.46
2.57
8.90
12.58
16.81
10.26
59.92
12.70
11.92
KC Southern
Kirby Corp
Landstar Sys
Matson Inc
Norf So
Ryder Sys
Southwest Air
Un Pacific
UPS
United Continental
5.09
2.18
3.46
1.73
6.16
4.25
3.26
5.52
4.07
7.24
1.35
Nil
0.37
0.77
2.42
1.78
0.45
2.42
3.27
Nil
38.31
44.74
12.97
10.99
42.73
38.39
13.03
24.43
0.47
27.52
0.47
2.36
1.54
1.06
2.74
2.965
3.455
2.17
4.24
35.38
29.30
8.03
46.88
23.26
58.62
36.82
Exelon
1.91
FirstEnergy
(11.70)
NextEra Energy
8.91
NiSource Inc.
0.86
PG&E Corp.
4.05
Pub Sv Ent
0.89
Southn Co.
0.66
1.3005
1.44
3.8175
0.69
2.04
1.70
2.28
27.96
14.11
52.01
12.60
35.39
26.01
25.00
Utility Stocks
AES Corp.
(1.14)
Am Elec
1.16
American Water Works
2.65
CenterPt Energy
1.39
Con Ed
4.13
Dominion Energy
3.46
Duke Energy
3.37
Edison Int'l
4.27
Coming U.S. Auctions
Yields (%)
When
Last
Issued*
Auction
Day
M
$42.0 bil
$36.0 bil
3-month
6-month
1.123
1.270
1.090
1.240
* As of Friday afternoon. For more weekly data visit barrons.com/mktlab.
This index is an weighted average of 50 leading issues.
Useful in security valuation. Source: Barron's Stats
Oct 19
2017
Oct 12
2017
Oct. Yr-to-Yr
2016 % Chg
S&P 500 Index
2562.10 2550.93 2141.93
Barron's 50 Index
8097.27 8051.73
6792
Projected quarterly earn
99.50 98.37 91.08
Annualized projected earn 398.01 393.49 364.34
Annualized projected P/E
20.34 20.46
18.7
Five-year average earn
360.27 360.04 344.28
Five-year average P/E
22.48 22.36
19.7
Year-end earn
371.24 370.11 340.06
Year-end P/E
21.81 21.75
20.0
Year-end earns yield, %
4.58
4.60
5.0
Best grade bond yields, %
3.18
3.14
3.07
Bond yields/stock ylds, %
0.69
0.68
0.61
Actual year-end divs
187.59 187.46 174.61
Actual yr-end divs yld, %
2.32
2.33
2.57
19.62
19.22
9.24
9.24
8.65
4.65
13.93
9.17
9.18
–8.43
3.75
13.27
7.43
–9.89
WEEKLY VOLUME BY MARKETS
IN NYSE-LISTED STOCKS
(Shares in
thousands)
Last
Week
Bats
Bats Y
Boston
CBOE
Chicago
Edge A
Edge X
IEX
ISE
NASDAQ Mkt Cntr
Finra/NASDAQ TRF
National
NYSE
NYSE American
NYSE Arca
Phila.
Total
Prev.
Week
848,755
872,416
537,830
0
65,550
214,281
764,486
409,268
0
1,334,916
5,357,612
0
3,663,444
12,637
891,928
67,411
15,040,536
Year
Ago
824,989
833,876
515,466
0
43,103
206,856
752,816
371,593
0
1,265,078
5,137,409
0
3,621,535
20,005
870,269
64,601
14,527,597
935,557
743,930
425,116
0
43,001
408,051
901,268
331,170
0
1,514,535
5,562,194
1,886
3,917,837
0
1,054,657
104,326
15,943,528
144 FILINGS
SEC Form 144 must be filed by holders of restricted securities (also called letter stock) who intend to sell shares. Shares Indicated: the number to be sold. Sales Date: the approximate date of the sale. (Sometimes shares aren't sold, even though their owner
has filed a Form144.) See barrons.com for complete table and for more detail on Titles. Source: Thomson Reuters
Company
Sym
Quotient Technology
Olin
Yext
Okta
Splunk
Monarch Casino & Resort
Agios Pharmaceuticals
Vail Resorts
Micron Technology
Trupanion
QUOT
OLN
YEXT
OKTA
SPLK
MCRI
AGIO
MTN
MU
TRUP
Shares
Indicated
$ Value
Sale
Date
700,000
535,000
325,000
300,000
240,000
137,000
130,000
120,000
118,944
100,000
11,900,000
18,072,300
4,030,000
8,403,000
15,799,000
5,473,179
8,962,200
26,634,000
4,531,314
2,660,000
10/4/17
10/4/17
1/8/18
10/4/17
10/10/17
10/3/17
10/4/17
10/4/17
9/29/17
10/2/17
Seller
Title
Boal, Steven
Rupp, Joseph
Lerman, Howard
Runyan, Jonathan
Sullivan, Godfrey
Farahi, Ben
Schenkein, David
Katz, Robert
Thorsen, Steven
Rubin, Howard
O
FO
CEO
AF
D
B
AF
CEO
AF
D
U.S. DOLLAR INDEX vs EURO and YEN
A Little Stronger: The Fed’s Dollar Index rose to 93.66 from 93.06 last week as
confidence in the U.S. economy’s prospects improved.
10
s
EURO in $
DXY (93.66)
s
INDEXES' P/ES & YIELDS
DJ latest 52-week earnings and dividends adjusted by Dow Divisors at Friday's close. S&P Dec. 4-quarter's GAAP earnings as
reported and indicated dividends based on Friday close.S&P 500 P/E ratios based on GAAP earnings as reported. For additional
earnings series, please refer to www.spglobal.com. DJ latest available book values for FY 2015 and 2014, and S&P latest for 2016 and
2015. r-Revised data
0
-10
s
YEN in $
-20
N
D
J
F
M
A
M
J
J
A
S
O
Source: Tullett Prebon
M36
BARRON’S
October 23, 2017
Market Laboratory
EARNINGS SCOREBOARD
CONSENSUS OPERATING EARNINGS ESTIMATES FOR DOW INDUSTRIALS
Company
2017 EPS1
4 Wks
Ago
Cur
3M
American Express
Apple
Boeing
Caterpillar
Chevron
Cisco Systems
Coca–Cola
Disney
DowDuPont
Exxon Mobil
8.94
5.74
9.49
9.99
5.25
3.86
2.39
1.90
5.95
3.36
3.42
2018 EPS1
201 4 Wks
2018
P/E2
Ago
Cur P/E2
8.96
5.84
9.44
10.04
5.29
4.08
2.39
1.90
5.89
3.27
3.49
24.5
15.7
16.5
25.8
24.9
29.0
14.1
24.5
16.8
21.7
23.7
9.44
6.35
11.27
10.76
6.62
4.77
2.49
1.98
6.51
4.08
3.81
9.45
6.47
11.35
10.84
6.69
5.02
2.49
1.98
6.43
4.05
3.94
Company
General Electric
1.56
1.53
Goldman Sachs
18.18 18.96
Home Depot
7.33
7.33
IBM
13.76 13.81
Intel
3.01
3.01
Johnson & Johnson 7.18
7.27
McDonalds
6.55
6.56
Merck
3.87
3.87
Microsoft
3.29
3.31
Morgan (J.P)
6.81
6.90
Nike
2.29
2.25
Pfizer
2.56
2.56
Procter & Gamble
4.03
4.03
Travelers
7.66
7.44
United Technologies 6.57
6.57
UnitedHealth
9.87
9.96
Verizon
3.78
3.76
Visa
3.55
3.55
Wal–Mart Stores
4.37
4.37
Median
DJ Industrials
1215.35 1223.20
23.2
14.2
13.7
23.9
19.7
23.6
13.6
23.5
15.4
17.5
21.0
SELECTED INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERINGS
RISE Education
Sea
MongoDB
Mosaic Acquisition
RumbleOn
Qudian
Ticker
Code
Initial
Offer
Price
Most
IPO Recent
Date Price
REDU
SE
MDB
MOSCU
RMBL
QD
14.50
15.00
24.00
10.00
5.50
24.00
10/20
10/20
10/19
10/19
10/19
10/18
16.61
16.26
30.68
10.13
5.15
33.00
2017 EPS1
4 Wks
Ago
Cur
%
Chg
14.6%
8.4%
27.8%
1.3%
-6.4%
37.5%
2018 EPS1
2017 4 Wks
2018
P/E2
Ago
Cur P/E2
Last Week's Major Surprises
15.4
1.69
1.62
12.7 19.95 20.26
22.3
8.30
8.31
11.7 13.82 13.92
13.3
3.10
3.09
19.5
7.73
7.83
25.4
6.97
7.00
16.5
4.18
4.16
23.5
3.34
3.38
14.2
7.57
7.60
23.4
2.58
2.47
14.2
2.76
2.76
22.7
4.33
4.32
17.9
9.65
9.54
18.2
6.89
6.85
20.4 10.85 10.88
13.1
3.83
3.83
30.1
4.15
4.17
19.8
4.63
4.63
19.6
18.9 1338.53 1344.98
Company
14.5
11.8
19.7
11.6
13.0
18.1
23.8
15.3
23.0
12.9
21.3
13.1
21.2
14.0
17.4
18.7
12.8
25.6
18.7
17.8
17.2
1Earnings estimates are for calendar years.
2Based on latest earnings estimate.
Source: Thomson Reuters.
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IG-Sym
DJUSHP
DJUSDS
DJUSMF
DJUSFT
DJUSDV
DJUSHB
DJUSRP
DJUSMC
DJUSCF
DJUSWU
Close
1615.46
263.62
7.77
1008.81
156.54
812.41
368.41
1201.38
278.50
1998.56
Net Change
Wkly
YTD
+ 90.28 289.85
+ 14.06 –19.97
+ .41
2.08
+ 51.67 68.50
+ 7.87 16.07
+ 34.76 276.23
+ 13.34 65.21
+ 43.10 248.25
+ 9.26 20.36
+ 63.77 345.22
Week Rank
+5.92
[1]
+5.63
[2]
+5.53
[3]
+5.40
[4]
+5.29
[5]
+4.47
[6]
+3.76
[7]
+3.72
[8]
+3.44
[9]
+3.30 [10]
% Change and Ranking
Yr Ago Rank
YTD
+28.30 [47] +21.87
+8.98 [106]
–7.04
+41.53 [11] +36.66
+5.83 [114]
+7.28
+22.05 [70] +11.44
+52.33
[4] +51.52
+37.05 [20] +21.51
+23.46 [66] +26.05
–.99 [127]
+7.89
+22.12 [69] +20.88
Rank
[43]
[131]
[8]
[102]
[84]
[2]
[46]
[30]
[100]
[50]
Period
CLW
TRV
PLD
CSTR
CVTI
OSBC
ISRG
PFPT
SYNT
SKX
3Q
3Q
3Q
3Q
3Q
3Q
3Q
3Q
3Q
3Q
Cons.
Est.1
Actual
Net Per
Share
0.11
0.45
0.37
0.23
0.17
0.19
1.99
0.18
0.42
0.43
0.32
0.91
0.57
0.35
0.25
0.27
2.77
0.25
0.58
0.59
Positive
Clearwater Paper
Travelers
Prologis
Capstar Fin'l Hldgs
Covenant Transportation
Old Second Bancorp
Intuitive Surgical
Proofpoint
Syntel
Skechers Usa
Negative
Etrade Fin'l
ETFC
3Q
0.51
0.35
Fidelity Southern
LION
3Q
0.39
0.30
Lasalle Hotel Properties
LHO
3Q
0.35
0.27
Badger Meter
BMI
3Q
0.35
0.27
Heritage Crystal Clean
HCCI
3Q
0.19
0.15
Bank Mutual
BKMU
3Q
0.10
0.08
National Bank Hldgs
NBHC
3Q
0.30
0.26
Crown Castle Int'l
CCI
3Q
0.24
0.21
Netflix Inc
NFLX
3Q
0.32
0.29
Keycorp
KEY
3Q
0.35
0.32
Home Bancshares
HOMB
3Q
0.34
0.32
Boston Private Finl Hldg
BPFH
3Q
0.23
0.22
1Latest consensus estimate among industry analysts, as compiled
by Thomson Reuters before actual earnings were reported.
Last Week's Major Estimate Changes
DOW JONES U.S. TOTAL MARKET INDUSTRY GROUPS
Top 10 Weekly Ranked
Health Care Providers
Industrial Suppliers
Mortgage Finance
Footwear
Computer Services
Home Construction
Recreational Products
Health Care Equip & Svcs
Clothing & Accessories
Water
Ticker
3 Yr
+16.75
–1.05
+9.92
+5.64
+7.39
+19.03
+9.97
+17.27
–5.21
+17.99
52 Week
High
Low
1,615.46 1,186.04
310.57 215.19
7.78
5.06
1,111.29 911.33
156.54 127.63
812.41 511.83
368.41 251.07
1,201.38 919.41
286.65 233.40
1,998.56 1,607.66
Net Change
% Change and Ranking
52 Week
Top 10 Yr Ago Ranked
IG-Sym
Close Wkly
YTD
Week Rank Yr Ago Rank
YTD Rank
3 Yr
High
Low
DJUSAL
Aluminum
153.12
+ .70 63.41
+.46 [83] +107.58
[1] +70.69
[1]
+5.58 154.33
73.19
DJUSLG
Hotels
1828.39 + 5.72 489.24
+.31 [88] +60.45
[2] +36.53
[9] +18.01 1,828.50 1,109.39
DJUSAS
Aerospace
1366.37 + 21.65 374.35
+1.61 [35] +54.59
[3] +37.74
[5] +18.24 1,366.37 881.60
DJUSHB
Home Construction
812.41 + 34.76 276.23
+4.47
[6] +52.33
[4] +51.52
[2] +19.03 812.41 511.83
DJUSAI
Electronic Equipment
590.34 + 9.91 158.37
+1.71 [31] +48.26
[5] +36.66
[7] +19.31 590.34 388.42
DJUSAE
Aerospace & Defense
1334.25 + 12.49 331.94
+.94 [68] +47.10
[6] +33.12 [12] +20.68 1,334.25 903.46
DJUSNF
Nonferrous Metals
198.38 + 1.07 21.94
+.54 [78] +45.25
[7] +12.43 [77] –21.41 227.67 134.30
DJUSHR
Commercial Vehicles
1915.17 + 24.12 425.74
+1.28 [51] +45.22
[8] +28.58 [23] +11.60 1,915.17 1,268.15
Electronic & Electrical Equip DJUSEE
417.89 + 5.27 97.63
+1.28 [50] +42.77
[9] +30.49 [17] +18.00 417.89 286.59
DJUSIQ
Industrial Engineering
1849.87 + 23.19 396.57
+1.27 [52] +42.67 [10] +27.29 [27] +13.60 1,849.87 1,266.80
Groups are weighted by capitalization. 52-week highs and lows are based on daily closes. Dec. 31, 1991=100. In the U.S. listings, % vol chg
column shows the change from previous 65-day moving average. Volume figures do not reflect extended trading hours. See barrons.com
for complete table.
Coming Earnings
Company
Ticker
FY
End
Prev.
Fri.
Cons.
Last
Fri.
Cons.
17-Dec
17-Dec
18-Aug
18-Feb
17-Dec
17-Dec
18-Jun
17-Dec
17-Dec
17-Dec
17-Dec
17-Dec
0.03
0.23
0.19
1.78
0.91
0.06
12.88
6.88
-0.29
0.59
0.30
1.72
0.07
0.37
0.26
2.41
1.10
0.07
14.53
7.73
-0.26
0.65
0.33
1.87
Positive
Greenhill
Capstar Fin'l Hldgs
Exfo
Saratoga Investment
Pbf Energy
Limelight Networks
Lam Research
Trinseo Sa
Murphy Oil
Antofagasta Plc
Antero Resources
Syntel
GHL
CSTR
EXFO
SAR
PBF
LLNW
LRCX
TSE
MUR
ANFGF
AR
SYNT
Negative
Axis Capital Hldgs
AXS
17-Dec
0.14
-1.81
Gain Capital Hldgs
GCAP
17-Dec
0.16
0.02
Argo Grp Int'l Holding
AGII
17-Dec
3.92
0.92
United Insurance Hldgs
UIHC
17-Dec
0.96
0.24
Cree
CREE
18-Jun
0.30
0.13
Navigators Grp
NAVG
17-Dec
2.46
1.31
Ryerson Holding
RYI
17-Dec
0.97
0.60
Allegheny Technologies
ATI
17-Dec
0.48
0.30
Lattice Semiconductor
LSCC
17-Dec
0.14
0.09
Yrc Worldwide
YRCW
17-Dec
0.59
0.39
Mobileiron
MOBL
17-Dec
-0.19
-0.24
Federated National Hldg
FNHC
17-Dec
0.70
0.54
1Latest consensus estimate among industry analysts, as compiled
by Thomson Reuters.
Day
Consensus
Estimate
Year
Ago
Continued from page 15 of the main section.
T
Texas Instruments (3Q)
3M (3Q)
BIOGEN (3Q)
CATERPILLAR (3Q)
GENERAL MOTORS (3Q)
UNITED TECHNOLOGIES (3Q)
EXPRESS SCRIPTS (3Q)
CAPITAL ONE Fin'l (3Q)
1.12
2.21
5.73
1.27
1.14
1.68
1.87
2.15
0.94
2.15
5.19
0.85
1.72
1.76
1.74
1.90
W
VISA (4Q)
AMGEN (3Q)
FREEPORT-MCMORAN (3Q)
COCA-COLA (3Q)
BOEING (3Q)
0.85
3.11
0.30
0.49
2.67
0.78
3.02
0.13
0.49
3.51
Th
ALPHABET (3Q)
COMCAST (3Q)
Altria (3Q)
PRAXAIR (3Q)
UNION PACIFIC (3Q)
FORD MOTOR (3Q)
AMAZON.COM (3Q)
GILEAD SCIENCES (3Q)
INTEL (3Q)
MICROSOFT (1Q)
CONOCOPHILLIPS (3Q)
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE (3Q)
BRISTOLMYERS SQUIBB (3Q)
8.33
9.06
0.50
0.46
0.88
0.82
1.45
1.41
1.49
1.36
0.33
0.26
0.03
0.52
2.11
2.75
0.80
0.80
0.72
0.72
0.06 –0.66
1.45
1.44
0.77
0.77
F
MERCK & CO. (3Q)
CHEVRON (3Q)
Exxon Mobil (3Q)
SIMON PROPERTY (3Q)
Colgate-Palmolive (3Q)
1.03
0.98
0.86
2.87
0.73
1.07
0.49
0.63
2.70
0.73
(Earnings are diluted and report dates are tentative. All forecasts and historical numbers exclude extraordinary items by
accounting definitions.)
Source: Thomson First Call
PULSE OF THE ECONOMY
Only includes new reports. For complete table, see barrons.com
Economic Growth and Investment
Latest
Date
Latest
Data
Preceding
Period
Year
Ago
YroYr
% Chg
Durable manufacturing (NAICS) a, ................................................
Capacity utilization % ....................................................................
Industrial output a, ........................................................................
Manufacturing (NAICS) a, .............................................................
Nondurable manufacturing (NAICS) a............................................
Sept
Sept
Sept
Sept
Sept
105.8
76.0
104.6
103.9
101.7
r104.8
r75.8
r104.3
r103.8
r102.6
106.5
75.4
104.2
103.7
100.6
–0.66
0.80
0.38
0.19
1.09
Electric power, (mil. kw hrs) (EEI) ..................................................
Mining (NAICS) a, .........................................................................
Petroleum, related capacity, % ......................................................
Rotary rigs running, U.S. & Can., (Hughes) ....................................
Steel, (thous. tons) ........................................................................
Steel, rated capacity, % (AISI)........................................................
Utilities a .......................................................................................
70,015
104.0
85.0
696
1,590
67.0
104.9
6.98
5.87
–0.59
60.20
9.69
11.64
–4.29
Oct 14
Oct 20
–1.35
1,578
0.02
1,485
–0.01
842
….
87.41
Oct 13
Oct 13
456,485
222,334
462,216
221,426
468,711
227,967
–2.61
–2.47
Consumption and Distribution
Instinet Research Redbook Avg. (monthly %) ................................
Baltic Dry Index .............................................................................
Inventories
Domestic crude oil, (thous. bbls) Comm. (Excl. Lease Stck) ...........
Gasoline, (thous. bbls) ..................................................................
Orders
No Activity for this Week
Year
Ago
YroYr
% Chg
Oct 20
107.23
107.87
94.76
13.16
Oct 14
Oct 7
222
1.888
r244
r1.904
258
2.064
–13.95
–8.53
814.83
1,215
1,127
r716.07
r1,272
r1,183
706.62
1,270
1,062
2.16
–4.33
6.12
0.19
115.7
125.2
128.6
0.92
0.13
r115.6
r125.3
128.8
0.92
–0.30
114.2
122.6
124.4
0.93
….
1.31
2.12
3.38
–1.08
Inflation
Employment
74,293
r109.7
89.2
1,140
1,741
74.7
r98.9
Preceding
Period
No Activity for this Week
JOC–ECRI Industrial Price Index f ..................................................
74,900
110.1
84.5
1,115
1,744
74.8
100.4
Latest
Data
Trade
Production
Oct 14
Sept
Oct 13
Oct 20
Oct 14
Oct 14
Sept
Latest
Date
Initial jobless claims (thous.) ........................................................
Continuing claims (mil.) ................................................................
Construction
Building contracts, F.W. Dodge, (bil. $) ..........................................
New housing permits, (thous. units) ..............................................
New housing starts, (thous. units) .................................................
Sept
Sept
Sept
Other Indicators
Citi Research Panic–Euphoria Reading ..........................................
Index of coincident indicators ........................................................
Index of lagging indicators.............................................................
Index of leading indicators.............................................................
Coincident to lagging ratio .............................................................
Oct 20
Sept
Sept
Sept
Sept
a-1997 equals 100. b-1982-84 equals 100. c-1982 equals 100. f-1996 equals 100. r-Revised.
October 23, 2017
BARRON’S
M37
Market Laboratory
WEEK’S NEW HIGHS AND LOWS
Weekly Comp.
New Highs
New Lows
NYSE
WEEK’S NEW HIGHS AND LOWS
NYSE Amer Nasdaq
467
93
11
24
468
129
NYSE AMER
NEW HIGHS
Chase
CloughGlblOpp
CloughGlblDiv HennessyCapIII
CloughGlbEqFd IssuerDirect
NEW LOWS
AsteriasBiotherap GoldenMinerals NuverraEnvl
BioTimeWt
Inuvo
OrientPaper
BlonderTongueLab JRjr33
ParamountGoldNV
Daxor
LGLRtWi
Pfenex
RegionalHlthProp
EMX Royalty
Myomo
NorthernOil&Gas RegionalHlthPfdA
FieldPointWt
AberdChileFd
AlphaProTech
CentralSecs
PacGE pfH
TransEnterix
SamsonOil&Gas
TanRoyExplr
TelInstrElec
UnvlSecInstr
VolitionRX
VoltInfoSci
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1stSource
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Abiomed
AdobeSystems
Adtran
AdvAcceltrApp
AdvEnergyInds
AGNC InvPfdC
AlignTech
Alphabet A
ALPS/DorseyMom
AltraIndlMotion
AmerSoftware
AmNtlBcsh
AmtechSystems
AppliedMaterials
ArchCapital
ArchCapitalPfdE
ArenaPharm
ArrowInvDWATact
AspenTech
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Atlassian
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AvisBudget
AxcelisTechs
AxoGen
Baidu
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BeaconRoof
Bio-Techne
Biogen
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BldrsAsia50ADS
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BlueBird
bluebirdbio
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BOK Fin
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CalamosConvOp
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FirstDefiance
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Jewett-Cameron
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KellyServices A
FlexShUSQualLC KimballElec
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MiratiTherap
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QAD B
RCI Hospitality
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S&T Bancorp
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SimplyGoodFoods
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Strattec
SunshineBancorp
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TheBancorp
TICCCapNts24
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Cohu
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ConstellationAlphaCap
Copart
Corvel
CovenantTranspt
Cree
Crocs
CumberlandPharm
DavisFinl
DavisUSEquity
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DecipheraPharm
Diodes
DollarTree
DraperOakwood
DraperOakwood
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EastWestBancorp
ElbitSystems
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EncoreCapital
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EtnVncGlbIncBldr
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BlackhawkNtwk
BlackRidgeAcqn
Bojangles'
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GilatSatellite
NatlWesternLife
GladstoneInvt
Neogen
GladstoneLand Netflix
GladstonePfd2024 NewYorkMtgPfdD
GlbX Robotics&AI NMI Holdings
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GlbXLongevityThem NuvNasd100Dyn
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GuarantyBncp ON Semi
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IntlSpeedwayA PinnacleEnt
Intuit
Potlatch
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InvestorsTitle
PreformedLine
IonisPharma
PRGXGlobal
IPG Photonics PrincipalContVal
IQ Chaikin US SC PrincipalPriceSet
iRhythmTechs PrincipalSustMom
IRSA Prop
PrincipalUSMega
iSectorsPostMPT Pro-Dex
iShAsia50ETF
ProgressSoftware
iShCommodSelStrat Proofpoint
iShCoreMSCITotInt ProShUltPrQQQ
iShCoreS&PUSGrowth ProvidenceService
iShCoreS&PUSValue PTC
iShExponentialTech PwrShBuybackAch
iShGlbTimber
PwrShDivAch
iShMornMCValue PwrShDWA EM
iShMSCIACWIETF PwrShDWA Mom
iShMSCIACWIexUSETF PwrShDWAMom
iShMSCIACxJpn PwrShDWANasdMom
iShMSCIChinaETF PwrShDWATactical
iShMSCIEMESGOpt PwrShDynBscMatl
iShMSCIEMxChina PwrShDynConDis
iShMSCIGlbImpact PwrShDynConsStp
iShMSCIUAECapped PwrShDynIndls
iShMSCIUSAESGOpt PwrShDynTech
NEW LOWS
ConstellAlphaWt iShMSCIQatarCapped
JasonIndustriesWt
CTI Ind
CUI Global
JMU
CytRx
KraftHeinz
DelFrisco's
LombardMedical
DelTacoWt
MicronetEnertec
DexteraSurgical MobileIron
DHX Media VV MongoDB
DianaContainer MonsterDigitalWt
DifferentialBrds MustangBio
Digirad
MYndAnalytics
DiscoveryComm A NabrivaTherap
DiscoveryComm C NatlHoldings
Egalet
NeuroMetrix
ElbitImaging
NuCana
EndoIntl
OaktreeSpecNts28
EnergyXXIGulfCoast OaktreeStratIncm
ExpressScripts ONE GroupHosp
FFBW
OpGenWt
FiveStarSrLiving OrganovoHoldings
WEEK’S NEW HIGHS AND LOWS
TowneBank
TPIComposites
TriCoBancshares
TriMas
Trimble
TRowePrice
Trupanion
TrustcoBank
TwinDisc
TwoRiverBancorp
UFP Tech
UltraClean
Umpqua
uniQure
UnitedFinBncp
UniversalForest
UnivStainless
US GlobalInv
UtahMedProducts
UtdCmtyFnl
UTStarcom
ValideaMktLeg
VangdIntlDivApp
VangdRuss1000
VangdRuss1000Grw
VangdRuss1000Val
VangdRuss3000
VantageEnerAcqnUn
Veracyte
VicShDevEnhVol
VicShUS500EnhVol
VicShUS500Vol
VicShUSEQIncmEnh
VicShUSLCHiDivVol
VicShUSMultMin
VicShUSSCVolWtd
VidentCoreUSEquity
VikingTherap
VikingTheraWt
VSInverseVIXSTerm
WernerEnterprises
WestNewEngBncp
WhiteHorseFin
WillametteValley
WillisTwrsWatson
WintrustFin
WisdTrChinaxSOE
WisdTrJapanHdgSC
WisdTrUSQltyDiv
WisdTrUSSCQltyDiv
Woodward
WSFS Financial
WshgtnFirstBksh
WSIIndustries
XOMA
Xunlei
YY
ZAGG
ZebraTech
RexEnergy
RhythmPharm
RiminiStreet
RitterPharm
RosettaGenmcs
SearsHoldings
SearsHoldingsWt
SearsHometown
SenesTech
ShiftPixy
StrataSkinSci
TandemDiabetes
Tecogen
TileShop
Tintri
Tocagen
TOP Ships
Trevena
US Gold
Valeritas
BravoBrioRestr
BroadwindEnergy
CambridgeBncp
CardiomePharma
CAS MedSys
Cenveo
CHF Solutions
ChinaBiologic
Cinedigm
ClearOne
ConcordiaIntl
Connecture
ConstellAlphaCap
FrontierComm
FT LowDurOpp
FTD
FulgentGenetics
GenMarkDiagn
GladstonePfdB
I-AM Capital Wt
IdealPower
ImmunePharma
ImprimisPharm
Innodata
InsysTherap
OrthoPediatrics
OspreyEnergy
Popular
PrimoWater
PrincipalContVal
PrincipalSustMom
ProfDiversity
ProShUltraProShQQQ
Radisys
RealIndustry
RennovaHealth
RestorationRob
VeraBradley
VistaGenTherap
Vivus
VS2xVIXMedTerm
VS2xVIXShortTerm
VSVIXShortTerm
WalgreensBoots
WheelerREITPfdB
WheelerREITPfdD
WMIH
Xperi
ZK Intl
NYSE
Aflac
AG Mortgage
AVX
AbbottLabs
AbbVie
AberdeenJapanEqu
AdamsDivEquityFd
Aegon
AerCap
AffiliatedMgrs
AirLease
AirProducts
AlabamaPwrPfdA
Albemarle
AlexandriaRealEst
AlgonquinPwr
AlliantEnergy
AllianzGIDivIncm
AllianzGIEqtyConv
AllyFinancial
AlpineGlblDyn
AlpnGlblPrProp
AlpineTotDynDiv
Ameren
AmericaMovil A
AmericaMovil
AmEqtyLf
AmericanExpress
AmericanFin
AmHomes4RentPfdG
AmerStWater
AmerWaterWorks
Ameriprise
Ametek
Ampco-Pitt
AnixterIntl
AnnalyCapPfdF
Anthem
Aon
ApolloGlobalMgmt
AquaAmerica
Aramark
ArcelorMittal
ArcosDorados
ArmstrongWorld
ArtisanPtrsAsset
AshfordHospPfdH
AsiaPacificFund
AveryDennison
BBVABancoFr
BWX Tech
BancoMacro
BcoSantChile
BankofAmerica
BankofAmWtA
BankofMontreal
BkNovaScotia
Bard CR
BarnesGroup
BectonDickinson
BectonDickinsonPfA
BenchmarkElec
NEW HIGHS
ChinaYuchai
JPMorganWt
ChoiceHotels
JohnBeanTech
Chubb
HancockFinlOpp
ChnStrPfInco
J&J
Cohen&Steers JupaiHoldings
Colfax
KBR
ColonyNorthPfdJ KKRIncomeOppsRt
Comerica
Kadant
ComericaWt
Kaman
CerveceriasUnid Kemet
ConstBrands A Kemper
ConstBrands B KeysightTechs
ContinentalBldg KimcoRealtyPfdL
CoreLogic
KornFerry
Corts Aon KTN Kraton
CostamarePfdB KronosWorldwide
Crane
Kyocera
CrownHoldings LCI Inds
Cullen/Frost
LambWeston
Cummins
LazardGlblFd
CurtissWright
Lennar A
Dana
Lennar B
Danaher
LibertyAllStar
DaqoNewEnergy LincolnNatlWt
DellTechnologies MDC Holdings
DtscheBkTrII
MFS HiYldMuni
DianaShippingNts MGIC Investment
Dividend&IncomeFd MSA Safety
DolbyLab
MSCI
DollarGeneral
MVC Capital
DouglasDynamics MagnaIntl
DouglasEmmett ManchesterUnited
Dover
Manpower
EPAM Systems ManulifeFin
EagleMaterials MarathonPetrol
EastGroup
Marsh&McLennan
EatonVance
Masco
EtnVncEqtyInco MaxarTech
EtnVncEqtyInco II McDonalds
EtnVncTxMnGlDvEq Medifast
EtnVncTxAdvDiv MetLife
EmbotellAndinaB MettlerToledo
EmbotellAndinaA MiXTelematics
EmersonElectric ModineMfg
EmployersHldgs MohawkIndustries
MonmouthRealEst
EnelAmericas
Entergy
Moody's
EssentGroup
Moog B
EsteeLauder
MS India
Euronav
MS Asia
Exelon
MorganStanley
ExtendedStayAmer MosaicAcqnUn
FB Financial
MyersIndustries
FMC
NACCO Inds
FactSet
NL Industries
FairIsaac
NRG Energy
FedAgriMtg C
NVR
FederatedInvest NamTaiProperty
Ferro
NatlStoragePfdA
FibriaCelulose
NationstarMtg
FidelityNatlFin
Navistar pfD
FidelityNtlInfo
Nelnet
ReinsuranceGrp
RestaurantBrands
RioTinto
RobertHalf
Rockwell
RogersComm B
Rogers
Rollins
RoperTech
RoyalBkCanada
RoyalBkScotland
RoyceGlbValueTr
RoyceMicroCap
RudolphTech
SAP
SJW Group
SPX FLOW
SafeBulkersPfdC
SafeBulkersPfdD
SafeguardSci
Salesforce.com
ScorpioTankNt20
ScottsMiracleGro
SeaspanPfdE
SensataTech
ServiceNow
SherwinWilliams
SilverSpringNtwks
SimpsonMfg
SkechersUSA
SmithAO
SourceCap
Southern
SoCopper
SpecialOpFd
SpeedwayMotor
SpiritAeroSys
Square
StanleyBlackDck
Stantec
Statoil
SteelPtrsPfdA
StellusCap5.75Nt22
Steris
StifelFinNts47
STMicroelec
Stoneridge
Stryker
SunstoneHotelInv
Synnex
SynovusFin
TAL Education
TE Connectivity
Ternium
TIM Part
TPGPaceWt
TRI Pointe
TableauSoftware
TaiwanSemi
TelecomArgentina
Teradyne
Terex
WEEK’S NEW HIGHS AND LOWS
BerkHathwy A
BerkHathwy B
BerkshireHills
BerryGlobal
Bitauto
BlackKnight
BlkRkCapEnIncoFd
BlackRock
BlkRkMunQlty
BlkRkSci&Tech
Boeing
BoiseCascade
BorgWarner
BostonBeer
BostonScientific
BoulderGrowth
Box
BoydGaming
BrandywineRealty
Braskem
BrightScholarEduc
Brink's
BroadridgeFinl
BrookfieldMgt
Brown&Brown
Buenaventura
CACI Intl
CAI Intl
CBIZ
CBRE Clarion
CBRE Group
CF Industries
CGI Group
CNO Financial
CSS Industries
CTS
CalAtlantic
CalWtrSvc
CampingWorld
CanPacRlwy
Canon
CarpenterTech
Catalent
Caterpillar
CedarRealty6.5%PfC
Celanese A
CharlesRiverLabs
ChathamLodging
Chegg
Chemours
CherryHillPfdA
ChesapeakeLodging
ChesapeakeUtil
Chevron
ChinaRapidFin
AdvDrainageSys
AdvantageOil
AllerganPfdA
Allergan
AlticeUSA
AmCampus
AvonProducts
BT Group
BakerHughes
BlueCapReins
BoardwalkPipe
BuckeyePtrs
CONE Midstream
Cabco JCP PFH
CapitolInvIV A
ChesapeakeGranite
ClearBridgeEnMLPFd
ClearbridgeEngyMLP
ClearwaterPaper
Cloudera
Volaris
Corts JCPen JBR
Corts JCPen JBS
Coty
58.com
NewGermanyFund
FT EnhEquity
NewRelic
FT InterDurPfd NextEraEnergy
FT MtgIncome NextEraEnergyUn
Flagstar
NextEraEnergyUn
Flaherty&CrumDyn NiaMoPwr pfC
Forestar
NorthstarRltyEur
FortressTransport NovoNordisk
GabelliDividend NuvCoreEqAlpha
GabelliGlbSmRt NuvDow30Dyn
NuvGlblHiIncmFd
Gallagher
NuvMtgOppTermFd
Generac
GenAmInv
NuvPfd&Income
GeneralCable
NuvPfd2022Term
GettyRealty
NuvS&P500DynOver
GoldmanSachsPfN NuvTaxAdDivGr
Graco
OaktreeSpecNts24
GreatPlainsEner OasisMidstream
GpoSupervielle Oi
GuggEnhEquFd OmnovaSol
HFF
OnAssignment
HP
Orix
HannonArmstrong OrmatTech
Harris
Oshkosh
Harsco
OwensCorning
HawaiianElec
PNC Fin
Heico
PNC Fin Wt
Heico A
PPG Ind
Hexcel
ParkerHannifin
Hillenbrand
PaycomSoftware
HiltonGrandVac PebblebrookHotel
Hilton
PA REIT PfdD
HoeghLNG PfdA PennyMacPfdB
Honeywell
Pentair
DR Horton
Penumbra
HoulihanLokey Praxair
HyattHotels
PrefApartment
HysterYaleMatls Primerica
IDACORP
PrincipalFin
Invesco
ProtoLabs
PublicStoragePfE
ITT
IDEX
PublicStoragePfdG
IllinoisToolWks PulteGroup
IndependenceHldg PureStorage
InfraREIT
PutnmHiInco
Ingevity
PutnmMstIntm
Insperity
PzenaInvtMgmt
IntegerHoldings QTS Realty
IntlFlavors
Qudian
InterXion
QuintilesIMS
InvescoMtg
RELX
InvescoMtgPfdB RE/MAX
InvescoMtg7.5%PfdC RH
IronMountain
RadianGroup
JPMorganChase RedHat
NEW LOWS
DeanFoods
Luby's
DeutscheMuniIncmTr MFS Intermd
Dick's
Mack-Cali
Duff&PhelpsSelEn MacquarieInfr
EastmanKodak Mallinckrodt
EastmanKodakWt MedleyCapital
EdgewellPersonal MosaicAcqnUn
EnergyTransfer NaturalGrocers
FivePoint
Netshoes
FootLocker
NewellBrands
GabelliGlbSmRt NuSTAREnergy
GeneralElec
NuSTAR GP
GenesisEnergy NuvEMDebt2022
HCP
NuvEnerMLPTR
HarleyDavidson NuvHiIncmDec18
HormelFoods
OFGBancorp
J.Jill
OaktreeSpecNts24
KKRIncomeOppsRt OasisMidstream
KayneAnMLPInv PG&E
Kellogg
PartyCity
KeyEnergySvcs PIMCO HiIncm
KimberlyClark
Qudian
KinderMorganPfdA RAIT Financial
Textainer
ThaiFund
ThermoFisherSci
ThirdPointReins
ThomsonReuters
ThorIndustries
3M
Toll Bros
Torchmark
TorontoDomBk
ToyotaMotor
TransUnion
Travelers
TravelportWorldwd
Tri-Continental
TritonIntl
Tronox
TurningPoint
TwoHarborsPfdB
UMHPropPfdC
Unitil
Unifi
Unifirst
UnitedRentals
UnitedHealth
UnumGroup
UrstadtBiddlePfdH
VF
Vectren
Vedanta
VenatorMaterials
VersumMaterials
VinaConcha
Vishay
VMware
VoyaAsiaPacHiDiv
WABCO
WEX
WNS
Walker&Dunlop
Wal-Mart
WarriorMetCoal
WasteConnections
WestAllianceBcp
WstAstGlHiInco
WestRock
Westwood
Winnebago
Wyndham
XeniaHotels
Xylem
Yirendai
ZayoGroup
Zoetis
RAIT FinNt
RangerEnergySvcs
RivernorthOppsRt
SallyBeauty
SanchezEnergy
Satrn JCPen
Schlumberger
Smart&FinalStores
SocialCapHedWt
SteelPtrsPfdA
StifelFinNts47
Supervalu
Switch
TPG Pace
TechnipFMC
Tenaris
3D Systems
TortoiseEnerInf
TortoiseMLPFund
TriangleCap
WesternGasEquity
WideOpenWest
Yext
CONFERENCE CALL CALENDAR
Earnings - Related
Company
Continued From Page M31
Nielsen Holdings PLC
Norfolk Southern
Northrop Grumman
PACCAR
Packaging Corp of America
Phillips 66
Praxair
Public Storage
Quintiles IMS Holdings
Range Resources
Regions Financial
S&P Global
Seagate Technology PLC
Sherwin-Williams
Date
October 25
October 25
October 25
October 24
October 26
October 27
October 26
October 26
October 26
October 25
October 24
October 26
October 23
October 24
Earnings - Related
Time
8:00AM
8:45AM
12:00PM
12:00PM
9:00AM
12:00PM
11:00AM
1:00PM
9:00AM
9:00AM
11:00AM
8:30AM
9:00AM
11:00AM
Period
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q1
Q3
Company
Sherwin-Williams
Simon Property
Stanley Black & Decker
Stryker
TechnipFMC PLC
Texas Instruments
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Torchmark
Total System Services
Union Pacific
United Parcel Service
United Technologies
Universal Health Services
Unum
Valero Energy
Earnings - Related
Date
Time
Period
October 24
October 27
October 24
October 26
October 26
October 24
October 25
October 25
October 24
October 26
October 26
October 24
October 26
October 26
October 26
11:00AM
10:00AM
8:00AM
4:30PM
8:00AM
5:00PM
8:30AM
11:00AM
5:00PM
8:45AM
8:30AM
8:30AM
9:00AM
8:00AM
10:00AM
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Company
Vertex Pharmaceuticals
VF
Visa
Walgreens Boots Alliance
Waste Management
WEC Energy
Western Digital
Weyerhaeuser
Whirlpool
Xcel Energy
Xerox
XL Group Ltd
Source: CCBN, www.ccbn.com
Date
Time
Period
October 25
October 23
October 25
October 25
October 26
October 25
October 26
October 27
October 24
October 26
October 26
October 24
4:30PM
8:30AM
8:00AM
8:30AM
10:00AM
2:00PM
5:00PM
10:00AM
8:00AM
10:00AM
10:00AM
6:00PM
Q3
Q3
Q4
Q4
Q3
Q3
Q1
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
Q3
M38
BARRON’S
October 23, 2017
Market Laboratory
CBOE PUT/CALL RATIO vs S&P 100
MONEY RATES
13/4
41/4
41/4
31/2
Fed Funds Rate
Avg effective offer
Avg weekly auction-c
1 /53
1.16
1 /53
1.16
/50
0.41
9
9
1
21
1.108
1.090
1.265
1.240
1.07
1.103
1.085
1.245
1.220
1.05
3
3
1.22
1.25
1.35
1.53
1.22
1.25
1.35
1.48
0.45
0.58
0.83
1.23
-0.329
-0.274
-0.183
-0.329
-0.274
-0.181
-0.312
-0.211
-0.074
Libor Interbank Rate
1 month
3 months
6 months
12 months
1.24
1.36
1.55
1.83
1.24
1.35
1.53
1.81
0.53
0.88
1.26
1.57
Foreign Prime Rates
Canada
Germany
Japan
Switzerland
Britain
3.20
0.00
1.475
0.50
0.25
3.20
0.00
1.475
0.50
0.25
2.70
0.00
1.475
0.50
0.25
3.47
0.13
0.08
0.23
0.41
0.58
0.99
3.43
0.13
0.08
0.23
0.41
0.58
0.99
2.98
0.11
0.07
0.19
0.31
0.49
0.81
0.10
0.10
0.10
Broker Call Rate
Bankers Acceptances
1 month
2 months
3 months
6 months
Euribor Interbank Rate
3 months
6 months
12 months
Other Money Rates
Fannie Mae Home Loan:
30-Year Fixed Conv
Bank money market-z
Interest Checking-z
6-Month Certif-z
12-Month Certif-z
30 Month Accounts-z
5-Year Certificates-z
U.S. Savings EE Bonds:
Long-Term (5yrs+)
0.345
0.340
0.478
0.470
0.33
The New York foreign exchange mid-range rates are quoted at 5
p.m. Eastern time by Tullett Prebon. Retail transactions provide fewer units of foreign currency per dollar.
S&P 100
Country
CBOE
0.95
2.95
S&P 100
2.45
0.85
CBOE
1.95
0.75
1.45
0.65
0.95
0.55
2 1/4
O N
D
J
F
M
A
M
J
J
A
S
O
0.45
Source: CBOE
INVESTOR SENTIMENT READINGS
High bullish readings in the Consensus stock index or in the
Market Vane stock index usually are signs of Market tops; low
ones, market bottoms.
Last
Week
2 Weeks
Ago
3 Weeks
Ago
Consensus Index
Consensus Bullish Sentiment
72%
71%
70%
Source: Consensus Inc., P.O. Box 520526,Independence, Mo.
Historical data available at (800) 383-1441. editor@consensus-inc.com
AAII Index
c-Annualized yields, adjusted for constant maturity, reported by
the Federal Reserve on a weekly average basis.
Sources: Tullett Prebon information, Ltd.
SIX Financial Information. z-Bankrate.com.
Foreign
Foreign
Currency Currency
in U.S.$
in U.S.$
Fri. Last Fri.
Argentina (Peso)-y
Australia (Dollar)
Bahrain (Dinar)
Brazil (Real)
Bulgaria (Lev)
Canada (Dollar)
Chile (Peso)
China (Renminbi)
Colombia (Peso)
Croatia (Kuna)
Czech. Rep. (Koruna)
Commercial rate
0.45
Bullish
Bearish
Neutral
37.9%
27.9
34.1
39.8%
26.9
33.3
35.6%
32.8
31.6
Source: American Association of Individual Investors,
625 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Ill. 60611 (312) 280-0170.
Denmark (Krone)
Ecuador (US Dollar)
Egypt (Pound)-y
Hong Kong (Dollar)
Hungary (Forint)
Iceland (Krona)
India (Rupee)
Indonesia (Rupiah)
Israel (Shekel)
Japan (Yen)
Kazakhstan (Tenge)
Kuwait (Dinar)
Macau ( Pataca)
Malaysia (Ringgit)-b
Mexico (Peso)
Floating rate
New Zealand (Dollar)
Norway (Krone)
Oman (Rial)
Pakistan (Rupee)
Peru (new Sol)
Philippines (Peso)
Poland (Zloty)
Qatar (Rial)
Russia (Ruble)-a
Saudi Arabia (Riyal)
Singapore (Dollar)
.0574
.7816
2.6515
.3132
.6021
.7920
.001591
.1510
.0003408
.1569292
…… ..
.04587
.1583
1.0000
.0567
.1282
.003827
.009482
.01536
.0000739
.2865
.008809
.002978
3.3069
.1247
.2367
…… ..
.0527
.6952
.1252
2.5988
.00949
.3090
.01940
.2782
.2642
.01740
.2666
.7346
Bullish Consensus
71%
71%
71%
Source: Market Vane, P.O. Box 90490,
Pasadena, CA 91109 (626) 395-7436.
TIM Group Market Sentiment
Indicator
46.8%
49.0%
52.0%
Source: TIM Group, 3 Columbus Circle, Suite 1592
New York, NY 10019 (844) 207-1445. timsupport@timgroup.com
Corporate (z)
Municipal (z)
23,217
r30,777
32,774
13,503
r5,932
20,287
Best Grade Bonds-y (Barron's index of 10 high-grade
corporate bonds.)
3.18
3.14
3.01
Interm-Grade Bonds-y (Barron's index of 10
medium-grade corporate bonds.)
3.99
4.05
4.25
Confidence Index (High-grade index divided by intermediate-grade index; decline in latter vs. former generally
indicates rising confidence, pointing to higher stocks.)
79.7
77.6
70.8
Other Confidence Indicators:
Bloomberg Barclays US Long Treasury*(This
index measures the performance of fixed-rate, nominal US
Treasuries with at least 10 years to maturity. Jan. 1, 1973=100.)
3435.35
3485.68
3594.82
Bloomberg Barclays US Credit (This index
includes all publicly issued, fixed-rate, non-convertible, investment-grade, dollar-denominated, SEC-registered corporate
debt. All issues have at least one year to maturity and outstanding par value of at least $250 million. Jan. 1, 1973=0.) (v)
2743.50
2739.28
2674.27
Ryan Labs Treasury Index (Index of total return from
active Treasury notes and bonds. Dec. 31, 1996=100.)
273.63
273.31
280.17
17.4143
1.2794
.3772
3.1925
1.6608
1.2627
628.60
6.6221
2934.00
6.37
…… ..
21.799
6.3187
1.0000
17.6450
7.8033
261.31
105.46
65.115
13523
3.4900
113.52
335.75
.3024
8.0201
4.2250
…… ..
18.9925
1.4384
7.9861
.3848
105.350
3.2365
51.542
3.5943
3.7850
57.484
3.7504
1.3612
17.3395
1.2679
.3773
3.1458
1.6540
1.2467
623.30
6.5901
2934.26
6.35
…… ..
21.833
6.2988
1.0000
17.6255
7.8069
260.56
105.11
64.671
13499
3.5009
111.82
334.44
.3019
8.0601
4.2154
…… ..
18.9069
1.3931
7.8881
.3851
105.250
3.2486
51.288
3.5928
3.7419
57.273
3.7504
1.3492
Country
.0733
.0754
13.6459
13.2671
.0008832
.0008876
1132.31
1126.67
.0065
.0065
153.6900
153.7500
.1225
.1234
8.1651
8.1061
1.0158
1.0262
.9844
.9745
.03307
.03320
30.237
30.122
.03013
.03025
33.190
33.060
.2724
.2751
3.6714
3.6349
.0377
.0376
26.5400
26.5650
1.3188
1.3285
.7583
.7527
…… ..
…… ..
…… ..
…… ..
Financial
.03372
.03401
29.660
29.400
.100100
.100050
9.99
10.00
Venezuela (Bolivar)
---1.1783
1.1821
.8487
.8460
Euro
Special Drawing Rights (SDR) are based on exchange rates for the U.S.,
British, and Japanese currencies. Source: International Monetary Fund.
a-Russian Central Bank rate. b-government rate. d-rebased as of Jan. 1,
2005. y-floating rate.
South Africa (Rand)
South Korea (Won)
Sri Lanka (Rupee)
Sweden (Krona)
Switzerland (Franc)
Taiwan (Dollar)
Thailand (Baht)
Turkey (New Lira)-d
Ukraine (Hryvnia)
U.K. (Pound)
Uruguay (Peso)
ARMS INDEX
The Arms index, also known as the short term trading index, is a number
derived by dividing one quotient into another quotient. The numerator in
the index is the number of advancing stocks divided by the number of
declining stocks. As of 3/14/11, the denominator in the index is now the
compositevolumeofadvancingstocksdividedbythecompositevolumeof
declining stocks.
Daily
10/16 10/17 10/18 10/19 10/20
NYSE
NYSE American
Nasdaq
.98
.31
.77
.98
.20
.67
1.10
1.47
1.02
.94
1.43
.94
.95
.45
.80
BARRON'S GOLD MINING INDEX
12-Month
High
Low
Year
Ago
10/19 10/12
Week %
Chg.
567.38 443.06 Gold mining 502.07 511.92 512.22 –1.92
GOLD & SILVER PRICES
FEDERAL RESERVE DATA BANK
Member Bank
Reserve Chgs. (Mil. $)
Prev.
Week
Change
Latest
Week
Year
Ago
Change
One week ended Oct 18:
U.S. Gov't securities:
4,252,347 +
11,902 +
13,292
6,757
....
-13,164
2
....
-16
41
1,576
13,634
....
....
14
13,742
-425
9
9,208
1
14,260
34
-3,054
16,796
-1
....
49
102
-1,568
-2,104
....
....
786
-1,108
107,168
42
-213,014
2
36,572
893
-135,186
134,078
Bought outright
Yr Ago
Week
New Offerings, (mil $) (v)
.0577
.7887
2.6508
.3179
.6046
.8021
.001604
.1517
.0003408
.1574406
…… ..
.04580
.1588
1.0000
.0567
.1281
.003838
.009514
.01546
.0000741
.2856
.008943
.002990
3.3120
.1241
.2372
…… ..
.0529
.7178
.1268
2.5967
.00950
.3078
.01950
.2783
.2672
.01746
.2666
.7412
Federal agency secur:
WEEKLY BOND STATISTICS
Prev.
Week
U.S. $ in U.S. $ in
Foreign
Foreign
Currency Currency
Fri. Last Fri.
U.S. $ in U.S. $ in
Foreign
Foreign
Currency Currency
Fri. Last Fri.
Market Vane
Bought outright
Last
Week
Foreign
Foreign
Currency Currency
in U.S.$
in U.S.$
Fri. Last Fri.
Last
Week
Prev.
Week
Yr Ago
Week
Bond Buyer 20 Bond Index (Index of yields of 20
general obligation municipal bonds.)
3.53
3.61
3.28
Bond Buyer Municipal Bond Index (Index of 40
actively-traded tax-exempt bonds; component issues are
changed regularly to keep the index a current picture of the
market. Source: The Bond Buyer
3.97
4.00
3.94
Stock/Bond Yield Gap-s (Difference between yield on
highest-grade corporate bonds and yield on stocks on the DJIA.)
–.99
–.91
–.42
Yield on DJ Equal Weight US Corp Bond Idx:
Corp Bonds, (y)
3.01
3.00
2.66
v-Week ended Thursday. y-Yield to maturity, week ended Thursday.
z-Source: Thomson Reuters.*Barclays T-Bond Index discontinued
by firm.
Latest
Monthly Money Supply
Month ended September
M1
M2
r3,550.6 r3,564.6 3,317.9
r13,701.2 r13,664.4 13,060.0
Float
Other F.R. Assets
Total Fed Credit #
Gold stock
SDR Certif. Accounts
Treas. Curr. Outst.
Total
Currency in circ
Treas. Cash Hldgs
Treas. Fed Deposits
Foreign Fed Deposits
Other Fed Deposits
Other FR liab/cap
Total factors
Reserves F.R. banks
5
....
159
-277
30,763
4,432,571
11,041
5,200
49,188
4,519,218
1,584,325
214
178,974
5,167
93,601
48,870
2,237,924
2,281,294
Fgn hold U.S. debt
3,365,103 +
Total Reserves:
Prev. Yr. Ago YOY % Chg
Week ended October 9
M1
3,590.8 r3,541.5 3,371.4
M2
13,747.8 r13,720.2 13,124.2
Two Weeks ended October 11
M1 Multiplier (St. Louis Fed)
0.930 0.918 0.941
Primary Credit
Secondary Credit
Seasonal Credit
Reserve Aggr (Mil. $ sa)
Two Wks Ended Oct 11:
MONEY SUPPLY
Money Supply (Bil. $ seas. adj.)
Reserve bank credit:
6.51
4.75
-1.17
7.01
4.91
Nonborrowed Res #
Required Res ##
Excess Reserves:
Borrowed Reserves
Free Reserves ###
Monetary Base
Latest
Wk.
2,271,684
2,271,498
180,372
2,091,312
186
2,091,126
3,789,401
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
10/20
10/13
Year
Ago
1281.20
17.01
1299.60
17.33
1266.05
17.45
Handy & Harman
Gold, troy ounce
Silver, troy ounce
Base for pricing gold and silver contents of shipments and for
making refining settlement.
Price
Premium Premium
Coins
$
%
1340.46
1353.35
1562.03
1266.38
1353.35
1353.35
Krugerrand
Maple Leaf
Mexican Peso
Austria Crown
Austria Phil
U.S. Eagles
51.56
64.45
8.00
3.00
64.45
64.45
4.00
5.00
0.51
0.24
5.00
5.00
Premium is the amount over the value of the gold content in the
coin. Source Manfra, Tordella & Brookes, Inc.
Bullion spot gold price 1288.90
GOLD PERFORMANCE
Too Much Cheer: A budget deal pushed
stocks higher and knocked 1.5% off
gold prices last week, to $1,281.
20
Barron's Gold Mining Index (502.07)
s
13/4
Prime Rate (base)
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
Friday, October 20, 2017
Readings in the CBOE equity put-call ratio of 60:100
and in the S&P 100 of 125:100 are considered bullish,
for instance. Bearish signals flash when the equity
put-call level reaches the vicinity of 30:100 and the
index ratio hits 75:100.
s
Yr Ago
Discount Rate (NY)
T-Bills Rate
13 weeks, Coupon Yield
13 weeks, Auction Rate
26 weeks, Coupon Yield
26 weeks, Auction Rate
Avg weekly auction-c
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Prev.
Week
s
Latest
Week
4,623 + 242,666
10
Prev. Wk. %
Year
Week
Chg.
Ago
2,316,412 -1.93 2,125,472
2,316,170 -1.93 2,125,289
194,653 -7.34
161,904
2,121,759 -1.43 1,963,568
243 -23.46
183
2,121,516 -1.43 1,963,385
3,832,050 -1.11 3,539,716
# Fed supply of permanent reserves provided.
## Demand for reserves to back deposits.
### Free reserves equal excess reserves minus discount window borrowings other than extended credit. Free reserves are shorthand method
of determining the degree of ease of Fed policy, or when they are negative
net borrowed reserves, tightness.
0
s
-10
Handy & Harman Gold Price
-20
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BARRON’S
M39
Market Laboratory
STOCK SPLITS/DIVIDENDS
Company Name-Ticker Symbol (Exchange)
Record
Date
Amount
Ex-Dividend
Date
Payment
Date
WEEK'S DIVIDEND PAYMENT
WEEK'S EX-DIVIDEND DATES
This list includes payouts on common stocks.
This list includes payouts on common stocks.
NONE
NYSE
SPECIAL DIVIDENDS
Company Name-Ticker Symbol (Exchange)
Record
Date
Amount
Insteel Industries-IIIN (Nasdaq) ..........................................................
1.00
12-20
Ex-Dividend
Date
Payment
Date
12-19
1-05
Tuesday
Thursday
DIVIDEND PAYMENT REDUCTIONS
Company Name-Ticker Symbol (Exchange)
Adjusted
Yield Period To
Dorchester Minerals-DMLP (Nasdaq) ................. 7.9
Greenhill-GHL (NYSE) ......................................... 1.1
Starwood Waypoint Homes-SFR (NYSE) ........... 1.2
VOC Energy Trust-VOC (NYSE)........................... 10.6
Q
Q
Q
Q
.28465
.05
.11
.095
From
%
Decrease
Record
Date
Ex-Div
Date
Payment
Date
.322965
.45
.22
.11
-11.9 %
-88.9 %
-50.0 %
-13.6 %
10-30
12-06
10-24
10-30
10-27
12-05
10-23
10-27
11-09
12-20
11-07
11-14
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Company Name-Ticker Symbol (Exchange)
1st Source-SRCE (Nasdaq) ...................................... 1.5
Ameren Corp-AEE (NYSE) ....................................... 3.0
Bluerock Res Growth REIT-BRG (NYSE AMER )... 9.9
Brunswick-BC (NYSE) ............................................. 1.3
Carnival-CCL (NYSE)................................................ 2.7
Carnival ADR-CUK (NYSE) ...................................... 2.7
Cintas-CTAS (Nasdaq) .............................................. 1.1
CIT Group-CIT (NYSE).............................................. 1.3
Citizens First-CZFC (Nasdaq) .................................. 0.8
Cross Timbers Royalty Tr-CRT (NYSE) ................ 8.0
Crown Castle Intl-CCI (NYSE)................................. 4.0
Fortis-FTS (NYSE) ..................................................... 3.7
FR STRATSs 2006-2 GS Grp-GJS (NYSE)............ 2.6
Fst Tr Hi Inc Lg/Shrt Fd-FSD (NYSE)...................... 8.9
Green Plains Partners Un-GPP (Nasdaq).............. 9.2
Grupo Aval Acciones ADR-AVAL (NYSE)............. 4.5
Healthcare Services Group-HCSG (Nasdaq)........ 1.4
Hugoton Royalty Trust Un-HGT (NYSE) ............... 5.0
Huntington Bancshares-HBAN (Nasdaq) ............. 3.1
IDACORP-IDA (NYSE).............................................. 2.6
Landmark Infr Partners-LMRK (Nasdaq) .............. 8.2
Lincoln Electric Holdings-LECO (Nasdaq) ........... 1.6
Magellan Midstream Ptrs-MMP (NYSE) ............... 5.3
Mesabi Trust-MSB (NYSE) ...................................... 10.9
Navient 6.398% Nts 2018-ISM (Nasdaq)................
Phillips 66 Partners-PSXP (NYSE) ......................... 5.1
Pinnacle West Capital-PNW (NYSE) ..................... 3.1
Rice Midstream Partners-RMP (NYSE) ................ 5.4
S&T Bancorp-STBA (Nasdaq).................................. 2.1
Sensient Technologies-SXT (NYSE)..................... 1.7
Shell Midstream Partners-SHLX (NYSE) .............. 4.7
Transmontaigne Partners-TLP (NYSE)................ 7.3
Universal Forest Products-UFPI (Nasdaq)........... 0.3
Valero Energy Partners-VLP (NYSE) .................... 4.6
VISA Cl A-V (NYSE) .................................................. 0.7
Western Gas Equity Ptrs-WGP (NYSE)................. 5.4
Q
Q
M
Q
Q
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A
Q
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Q
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M
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M
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Q
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Q
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Q
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Q
S
Q
Q
Q
.20
.4575
.096667
.19
.45
.45
1.62
.16
.10
.099021
1.05
.339552
.041729
.1272
.46
.033381
.19
.006859
.11
.59
.3575
.39
.905
.64
.080218
.646
.695
.2814
.22
.33
.318
.755
.17
.48
.195
.5375
From
%
Increase
Record
Date
Ex-Div
Date
Payment
Date
5.3 %
4.0
0.0
15.2
12.5
12.5
21.8
6.7
25.0
17.6
10.5
6.2
2.6
0.2
2.2
0.6
0.7
82.0
37.5
7.3
0.7
11.4
1.7
300.0
6.0
5.0
6.1
3.8
10.0
10.0
4.6
2.0
13.3
5.5
18.2
1.9
11-06
12-13
11-24
11-21
11-24
11-24
11-10
11-10
10-27
10-31
12-15
11-20
11-14
11-02
11-03
10-31
11-17
10-31
12-18
11-06
11-01
12-29
11-02
10-30
11-14
10-31
11-01
11-07
11-02
11-06
11-14
10-23
12-01
11-01
11-17
11-02
11-03
12-12
11-22
11-20
11-22
11-22
11-09
11-09
10-26
10-30
12-14
11-17
11-13
11-01
11-02
10-30
11-16
10-30
12-15
11-03
10-31
12-28
11-01
10-27
11-13
10-30
10-31
11-06
11-01
11-03
10-30
10-20
11-30
10-31
11-16
11-01
11-15
12-29
12-05
12-15
12-15
12-15
12-08
11-24
11-16
11-14
12-29
12-01
11-15
11-15
11-10
11-09
12-22
11-14
1-02
11-30
11-14
1-12
11-14
11-20
11-15
11-13
12-01
11-16
11-16
12-01
11-14
10-31
12-15
11-09
12-05
11-22
.19
.44
.096666
.165
.40
.40
1.33
.15
.08
.084172
.95
.314552
.040667
.1269
.45
.033192
.18875
.003768
.08
.55
.355
.35
.89
.16
.075678
.615
.655
.2711
.20
.30
.3041
.74
.15
.455
.165
.5275
HIGH-YIELD BONDS
Friday, October 20, 2017
Ten most active fixed-coupon high-yield, or "junk", corporate bonds
COMPANY (TICKER)
West (WSTC)
Bombardier (BBDBCN)
Chs/Community Health Systems (CYH)
Bombardier (BBDBCN)
Tenet Healthcare (THC)
Bombardier (BBDBCN)
Crc Escrow Issuer LLC (CZR)
Vici Properties 1 LLC (VICIPR)
Bombardier (BBDBCN)
Beacon Escrow (BECN)
COUPON
MATURITY
8.500
8.750
6.875
7.500
8.125
6.000
5.250
8.000
6.125
4.875
Oct 15, 2025
Dec 01, 2021
Feb 01, 2022
Mar 15, 2025
Apr 01, 2022
Oct 15, 2022
Oct 15, 2025
Oct 15, 2023
Jan 15, 2023
Nov 01, 2025
Friday
Wednesday
(October 27)
(October 25)
Aetna
Agilent Technologies .132 Alamo Group
American Financial Grp .35 Bank Of Nova Scotia
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya .106 Barnes & Noble
Buckle
.25
CdnImper Bank Comm1.033
Danaher Corp
.14
Foot Locker
.31
Humana Inc
.40
Methode Electronics
.09
Monsanto
.54
Oxford Industries
.27
Science Applications Intl .31
SYNNEX
.30
.36
Sysco Corp
.33
.21
Toll Brothers
.08
.06
Vail Resorts
1.053
Zimmer Biomet Holdings .24
.19
.23
.24
.60
.32
.32
.19
Saturday
.50
(October 28)
.10
.629
.15 (October 29)
NONE
Sunday
LAST
PRICE
LAST
**EST
YIELD SPREAD UST†
99.563 8.575
113.000 5.189
75.750 14.715
105.750 6.226
101.250 7.784
100.625 5.725
100.750 5.077
111.000 4.917
102.469 5.572
101.375 4.565
619
317
1270
384
576
370
269
289
356
218
10
5
5
10
5
5
10
5
5
10
EST VOL
(000's)
334,119
252,781
238,079
235,936
233,694
229,111
219,761
215,772
215,749
208,449
Volume represents total volume for the market; price/yield data are for trades of $100,000 and greater.* Denotes a security whose last round
lot trade did not take place on the last business day prior to publication. ** Estimated spreads, in basis points (100 basis points is one percentage point), over the 2, 5, 10 or 30-year hot run Treasury note/bond. 2-year: 1.375 09/19; 5-year: 1.875 09/22; 10-year: 2.250 08/27;
30-year: 3.000 05/47.†Comparable U.S. Treasury issue.
Source: MarketAxess Corporate BondTicker - www.bondticker.com
Comcast Cl A
.158 First Busey
DHX Media Var Voting .016 IBERIABANK
First Bancorp NC
.08 Johnson Outdoors Cl A
.16 InterDigital
.35 Patterson Cos
.05 NetApp
.20 Raven Industries
.16
US Ecology
Monday
(October 23)
Andersons
HopFed Bancorp
Liberty Tax
Thursday
Tuesday
(October 26)
Marvell Tech Group
.022 Village Super Market
(October 24)
Riverview Bancorp
Wednesday
(October 25)
Cisco Systems
Friday
(October 26)
.11 NONE
NONE
(October 28)
NONE
Sunday
(October 29)
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2013
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2011
2010
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2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
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2001
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1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
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1984
1983
1982
Date
Low
Thursday
(October 26)
America Movil ADR
America Movil Cl A ADR
Brown & Brown
Pzena Invt Management
Signet Jewelers
Sunday
(October 29)
.16 NONE
.16
.15
.03 (October 30)
.31 Alliant Energy
Monday
NASDAQ
Thursday
Tuesday
(October 26)
.25
.32 Coca Cola Bottling
Ohio Valley Banc
.21
.50
Union Bankshares
.29
.22 United Financial Bancorp .12
.13
(October 24)
Fastenal Co
Kaiser Aluminum
Lakeland Financial
Synalloy
Friday
(October 27)
Saturday
.07 (October 28)
Sunday
(October 29)
(October 30)
First Interstate Banc A .24
FNB Bancorp
.13
Hope Bancorp
.13
Scholastic
.15
NONE Student Transportation .037
Texas Instruments
.62
Tile Shop Holdings
.05
NONE Virtus Invt Partners
.45
NYSE American
Thursday
Saturday
(October 24)
NONE
(October 26)
NONE
(October 28)
Wednesday
Friday
(October 29)
(October 25)
NONE
(October 27)
NONE
NONE
Sunday
NONE
Monday
(October 30)
TRADING SUSPENDED
Date
NONE
Monday
NONE
The yearly Nasdaq Composite Index; with a high/low
range based on the daily close.
High
Saturday
(October 25)
First Republic Bank
.17 (October 28)
Royal Bank of Canada .723 NONE
Tuesday
YEARLY HIGH/LOWS NASDAQ INDEX
Year
Wednesday
.84 (October 27)
.41 Celanese A
.144 PNM Resources
Unum Group
Peak Resorts
Saturday
Thursday
Friday
(October 24)
Clorox Co
Lowe's Cos
Pembina Pipeline
(October 25)
(October 27)
.14
.39 AO Smith
Conagra Brands
.212
Crescent Point Energy .024
Eaton Vance
.31
.46
Enterprise Pdts Prtnrs .422
.242
Genesis Energy
.50
.23
Grupo Aval Acciones .033
Kinder Morgan
.125
Morgan Stanley
.25
NiSource
.175
Northwest Natural Gas .472
Plains All Amer Pipeline .30
Plains GP Holdings
.30
REV Group
.05
Tallgrass Energy GP
.355
Tallgrass Energy Prtnrs .945
.315 Vermilion Energy
.173
Williams-Sonoma
Wednesday
(October 29)
.23 NONE
(October 25)
.002 NONE
Tuesday
(October 24)
Acme United
Saturday
.06 (October 28)
.25 NONE
NYSE American
Friday
Wednesday
Monday
(October 23)
Gold Resource
.18
.37
.10
.26
.13
.18
Sunday
(October 27)
.29 Bridge Bancorp
Tuesday
NONE
NASDAQ
DIVIDEND PAYMENT BOOSTS
Adjusted
Yield Period To
NYSE
Ethan Allen
Gap Inc
(October 23)
General Electric
Harmony Gold Mining .026 Ingredion
Legg Mason
.28 John Wiley & Sons A
John Wiley & Sons B
Oracle
(October 24)
Cherry Hill Mortgage Invt .49
Dollar General
.26 (October 26)
McCormick & Co
.47 Compass Diversified
McCormick Vtg
.47 Simpson Manufacturing
Trinseo S.A.
.36 Wabash National
Universal Insurance
.14
Monday
NYSE
Landauer (LDR)
NYSE American
Aoxing Pharmaceutical (AXN)
6629.05
Oct
20
5429.08
Jan.
03
Nasdaq
5487.44
Dec.
27
4266.84
Feb.
11
5218.86
July
20
4506.49
Aug.
25
4806.91
Dec
29
3996.96
Feb.
03
4176.59
Dec
31
3091.81
Jan.
08
3183.95
Sept
14
2648.36
Jan.
04
2873.54
Apr
29
2335.83
Oct.
03
2671.48
Dec
22
2091.79
July
02
BlackBerry (BBRY)
NeuroDerm (NDRM)
Rentech (RTK)
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4069.31
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2248.91
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Oct.
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378.56
Jan.
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396.11
July
05
331.97
Jan.
12
455.26
Aug.
26
291.88
Oct.
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411.16
July
03
323.01
Jan.
09
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325.16
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245.91
Jan.
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06
225.30
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25
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240.70
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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
What It Takes To Be A “Barron’s Advisor”
B
arron’s began ranking financial advisors in 2004 with the goal of shining a spotlight on the best people in the business. Many stories had been written in the
press over the years about bad financial advisors and the trouble they caused investors. But those stories held little benefit for our readers. What our readers
wanted to know is this: Who are the truly great financia advisors and what are the tein their cients?
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From the outset, the rankins have been a remarkabe success. t is now accepted in the industr that the advisors ranked b Barron’s represent the top 1% of their
profession. n fact, it’s become a bade of honor to be caed a “Barron’s advisor,” a phrase that’s cropped up informa to describe the foks who make our ists. We
bean in 2004 with our first rankin of the nation’s top 100 advisors, workin with a sma firm caed the Winner’s Circe, which we acquired in 2008. We pubished
our first ist of the Top 100 Women Advisors in 2006. A ear after that, we pubished a ist of the Top 100 ndependent Advisors, meanin the best advisors not affiiated with the bi fu-service firms ike erri Lnch, oran Stane, Wes Faro, or UBS.
One probem with a of these ists: The were dominated b advisors in New York, Caifornia, Forida, and a few other paces where America’s weath is concentrated.
We knew that we were missin reat advisors in South Caroina, Aaska, Womin, and other states with smaer amounts of weath.
Our soution: the Top 1,000 state-b-state rankin, which we first pubished in 2009 and which we expanded to 1,200 spots in 2014. This ist rants each state a
minimum of six spots and aows proportionate more spots for states with reater assets.
A of our advisor rankins are based on hard numbers: an advisor’s assets under manaement and annua revenue enerated, as we as enth of time in the business,
cient retention, and phianthropic work. Critica important, we carefu check the reuator record of each advisor we rank.
Advisors pay a fee to
be listed in this section,
but their participation
has no bearing on their
place in our rankings,
nor does it guarantee
that they will be ranked
in future years.
Ever ear, readers ask us how to et in touch with specific advisors who are ranked in Barron’s. This specia advertisin
section, pubished 10 times a ear, is an effort to make that easier. This section aows Barron’s-ranked advisors—and
on Barron’s-ranked advisors—to pubish their phone numbers, emai addresses, and Website addresses. A ink to this
specia advertisin section can be found on the home pae of Barron’s Advisor Center: Barrons.com/AdvisorCenter.
The site, aunched in October 2016, is devoted to hepin advisors serve their cients better. Advisors pa a fee to be
isted in this section, but their participation has no bearin on their pace in our rankins, nor does it uarantee that the
wi be ranked in future ears. n our advisor rankins, as in a Barron’s journaism, the readers’ interests must come first
and not be subordinated to an commercia considerations.
We want to thank a Barron’s-ranked advisors and their firms for hepin us make our rankins successfu. We aso want
to thank these advisors for settin the hihest standards for their profession and for sharing their investing insights on a
regular basis with Barron’s readers.
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October 23, 2017
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Directory of Barron’s-Ranked Financial Advisors
Name
Location/Firm
Phone
Email/Web
Specialities
Total Team
Assets ($ mil)
Typical Acct.
Size ($ mil)
Typical Net
Worth ($ mil)
ALABAMA
Mark Mantooth
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Huntsville
(256) 6502441
mark_mantooth@ml.com
fa.ml.com/mantooth_pols
RHUI
981
2
3.5
Robert Runkle
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Montgomery
(334) 4095810
robert_runkle@ml.com
fa.ml.com/robert_runkle
HUFI
1270
2.5
3.8
Robert Bancroft
Morgan Stanley PWM
Scottsdale
(480) 6245714
robert.bancroft@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleypwa.com/bbg
RHU
944
15
25.0
Allan Flader
RBC Wealth Mgmt
Phoenix
(602) 3815388
allan.flader@rbc.com
fladergroup.com
RHU
636
2.5
5.0
S. Christopher Gale
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Scottsdale
(480) 6078765
schris_gale@ml.com
fa.ml.com/sg_group
RHUFI
773
5
10.0
James Marten
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Phoenix
(602) 9545016
james_marten@ml.com
fa.ml.com/martengroup
RHUFE
1,323
3
5.0
David Stahle
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Gilbert
(480) 7526435
david_stahle@ml.com
fa.ml.com/sbgroupaz
RHUFE
2312
3
5.0
Ruth Transue
Wells Fargo Advisors
Tucson
(520) 5295932
transuer@wellsfargo.com
ruthtransue.wfadv.com
HU
675
2
4.0
Trevor Wilde
Wilde Wealth Mgmt Group
Scottsdale
(480) 3616203
trevor@wildewealth.com
wildewealth.com
RH
448
0.72
1.3
UBS Financial Services
Little Rock
(501) 2215101
hardy.winburn@ubs.com
ubs.com/team/winburn
RHUI
448
2.6
5.0
Anouchka Balog
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Laguna Niguel
(949) 3655306
anouchka.m.balog@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/balog
RHU
562
5
10
Jim Berliner
Westmount Asset Management
Los Angeles
(310) 5562502
jberliner@westmount.com
westmount.com
RHU
2,691
3
8.0
Fred Fern
Churchill Management Group
Los Angeles
(323) 9377110
fredafern@churchillmanagement.com
churchillmanagement.com
RHUI
4,068
1
3.0
Gary Fournier
J.P. Morgan Securities
Los Angeles
(213) 5537410
gary.fournier@jpmorgan.com
jpmorgansecurities.com/thefourniergroup
HUI
1,312
10
25.0
Robert Gallo
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Walnut Creek
(925) 9454823
robert_f_gallo@ml.com
fa.ml.com/gallo_group
RHU
1,495
0.75
2.5
Tracey Gluck
J.P. Morgan Securities
Los Angeles
(310) 2012610
tracey.gluck@jpmorgan.com
jpmorgansecurities.com/gluckgroup
RHUFI
865
10
15
Eric Gray
Merrill Lynch PBIG
Los Angeles
(310) 4073797
eric_gray@ml.com
pbig.ml.com/advisor/grayteam.html
HUF
8,542
50
80.0
Philippe Hartl
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Century City
(310) 4073984
philippe_hartl@ml.com
pbig.ml.com/advisor/hartl_team.html
HUF
2,623
30
80.0
Brian Holmes
Signature Estate & Inv Adv
Los Angeles
(310) 7122323
bholmes@seia.com
seia.com
HUFI
6,835
8
24.0
Peter Huffman
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
La Jolla
(858) 4563624
peter_huffman@ml.com
fa.ml.com/huffman_group
RHUFE
696
5
17.5
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ARIZONA
ARKANSAS
Hardy Winburn V
CALIFORNIA
Specialties:
R Retail (<$1mil)
H High Net Worth ($110mil)
U Ultra-High Net Worth (>$10mil)
F Foundations
E Endowments
I Institutional
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Total Team
Assets ($ mil)
Typical Acct.
Size ($ mil)
HUF
24,920
30
45.0
richardb_jones@ml.com
pwa.ml.com/joneszafarigroup
UFE
13,851
50
75.0
(310) 4074824
john_mcnamee@ml.com
pwa.ml.com/mcnameewhite
HUFI
3,917
40
75.0
J.P. Morgan Securities
San Francisco
(415) 3157801
elaine.meyers@jpmorgan.com
jpmorgansecurities.com/elainemeyers
HU
2,200
45
100
George Papadoyannis
Ameriprise Financial
San Mateo
(650) 5939170
george.x.papadoyannis@ampf.com
papadoyannisandassociates.com
RHU
4,400
2
7.5
Laila Pence
Pence Wealth Mgmt
Newport Beach
(949) 6608777
laila.pence@lpl.com
pencewealthmanagement.com
RHU
1,358
2
5.0
Darren Pfefferman
Morgan Stanley PWM
San Diego
(858) 5977754
darren.a.pfefferman@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleypwa.com/scottgroupsb
RHUE
1,681
10
25.0
Spuds Powell
Kayne Anderson Rudnick
Los Angeles
(310) 2827945
spowell@kayne.com
kayne.com
HUFI
11,978
7
15.0
Perry Richards
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Beverly Hills
(310) 8584816
perry_richards@ml.com
fa.ml.com/rh_associates
HUFI
991
5
15.0
Joseph Schirripa
UBS Financial Services
Beverly Hills
(310) 2813810
joseph.schirripa@ubs.com
ubs.com/team/schirripagroup
RHUI
1,599
3
10.0
Lawrence Smith
UBS Financial Services
Brea
(800) 7781877
lawrence.smith@ubs.com
ubs.com/team/owp
RHF
644
1.3
2.5
Alan Whitman
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Pasadena
(626) 4059313
alan.whitman@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/wr
RHU
2,571
5
15.0
Dale Yahnke
Dowling & Yahnke
San Diego
(858) 5099500
info@dywealth.com
dywealth.com
HUF
3,638
3.2
20.0
Michael Yoshikami
Destination Wealth Management
(925) 9352900
Walnut Creek
michael@destinationwm.com
destinationwm.com
RHU
2,095
2
8.0
Cheryl Young
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Los Gatos
(408) 3580976
cheryl.young@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/youngandassociates
RHU
1,225
8
17
Mark R. Brown
LPL Financial Services
Denver
(303) 8637231
mbrown@brown-tedstrom.com
brown-tedstrom.com
HU
573
7.6
14.4
Shawn Fowler
Morgan Stanley PWM
Denver
(303) 4463306
shawn.fowler@morganstanley.com
morganstanleypwa.com/shawnfowlermaxwellbull
HUI
2686
33
62.0
G. Bruce Hemmings
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Loveland
(970) 7765501
bruce.hemmings@ms.com
morganstanleyfa.com/hemmingsgroup
RHU
476
2
5.0
Carl Hoover
Merrill Lynch PBIG
Denver
(720) 9412033
carl_hoover@ml.com
pbig.ml.com/advisor/thehtteam.html
HU
2,457
12
15.0
Joseph Janiczek
Janiczek Wealth Management
Greenwood Village
(303) 7217000
jjaniczek@janiczek.com
janiczek.com
HU
483
2.5
7.0
Paul Kropatsch
Ameriprise Financial
Thornton
(303) 2529777
paul.g.kropatsch@ampf.com
ethosfinancialpartners.com
RH
1,311
0.39
1.3
Wally Obermeyer
Obermeyer Wood Inv Counsel
Aspen
(970) 9258747
info@obermeyerwood.com
obermeyerwood.com
RHU
1,560
3
10.0
Mark J. Smith
Raymond James
Greenwood Village
(303) 7680007
mark.smith@raymondjames.com
mj-smith.com
RH
862
1.6
2.1
Scott Thisted
Merrill Lynch PBIG
Denver
(720) 9412034
scott_thisted@ml.com
pbig.ml.com/advisor/thehtteam.html
HU
2,457
12
15.0
Name
Location/Firm
Dana Jackson
Graystone Consulting
Menlo Park, Calif.
Richard Jones
Phone
Email/Web
Specialities
(650) 2345902
dana.jackson@msgraystone.com
morganstanleypwa.com/jacksoncapitalgroup
Merrill Lynch PBIG
Los Angeles
(310) 4074925
John McNamee
Merrill Lynch PBIG
Los Angeles
Elaine Meyers
Typical Net
Worth ($ mil)
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CONNECTICUT
Jim Betzig
Beirne Wealth Consulting
Milford
(203) 7018606
jbetzig@beirnewealth.com
beirnewealth.com
RHUFI
2,335
2.2
5.5
Peter Chieco
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Greenwich
(203) 6254897
peter.chieco@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/thesoundshoregroup
RHUI
1,360
5
15.0
Jeff Erdmann
Merrill Lynch PBIG
Greenwich
(203) 8615902
jeff_erdmann@ml.com
pbig.ml.com/advisor/erdmanngroup
U
6013
36.7
50.0
Mario Forlini
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Greenwich
(203) 8615930
mario_forlini@ml.com
fa.ml.com/theforlinigroup
HU
779
4
10.0
David E. Goodwin
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Hartford
(800) 9989837
david_goodwin@ml.com
fa.ml.com/goodwin_group
RHUF
547
6
10.0
John H. Goodwin
Morgan Stanley PWM
Stamford
(212) 7613986
john.goodwin@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleypwa.com/gwtteam
HUF
2,138
50
75.0
William Greco
UBS Financial Services
Hartford, Conn.
(860) 7271515
william.greco@ubs.com
financialservicesinc.ubs.com/team/grecogroup
RHU
5,177
9
12.0
Terence Markey
Morgan Stanley PWM
Greenwich
(203) 6254884
terry.markey@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleypwa.com/fmmsgroup
HUI
5,384
28
60.0
Charles J. Noble III
Janney Montgomery Scott
New Haven
(203) 7847401
noblegroup@janney.com
noblewealthadvisors.com
RHUI
800
5
10.0
Harold Trischman
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Greenwich
(203) 6254824
harold.j.trischman@morganstanley.com
fa.morganstanley.com/trischmangroup
RHUFE
1,893
4
9.0
Joan Valenti
LPL Financial Services
Farmington
(860) 6777790
joan.valenti@valentiwealthmanagement.com
valentiwealthmanagement.com
RHUI
405
2
2.0
Donald DeWees Sr.
Wells Fargo Advisors
Greenville
(302) 4288611
dana.edwards@wellsfargoadvisors.com
deweesicg.com
RHUFI
962
1.5
3.5
Michael Koppenhaver
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Dover
(888) 7664680
michael_s_koppenhaver@ml.com
fa.ml.com/koppenhaver_hawkins_associates
RHUFEI
600
1.6
4.6
Kimberlee Orth
Ameriprise Financial
Wilmington
(302) 4755105
kimberlee.m.orth@ampf.com
orthfinancialgroup.com
RHU
1554
4.02
10.5
Michael Freiman
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Washington
(202) 7781382
michael.j.freiman@morganstanley.com
teamfreiman.com
RHUFE
1,311
1
2.5
Paul Goree III
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Washington
(202) 6596198
paul_goreeiii@ml.com
fa.ml.com/groupag
RHU
1,200
4.2
7.0
Michael Kirvan
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Washington
(202) 6597349
michael_kirvan@ml.com
fa.ml.com/thekirvangroup
RHU
815
4.3
9.0
Neil Kishter
Merrill Lynch PBIG
Washington
(202) 6595033
neil.kishter@ml.com
pwa.ml.com/neil.kishter
HU
604
5
20.0
Marvin McIntyre
Morgan Stanley PWM
Washington
(202) 7781381
marvin.mcintyre@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleypwa.com/cwmg
RHUFI
3380
5
25.0
Christopher S. Sargent
Wells Fargo Advisors
Washington
(202) 8614519
christopher.sargent@wellsfargoadvisors.com
thesargentinvestmentgroup.wfadv.com
RHUFE
896
3
5.0
John M. Williams
Morgan Stanley PWM
Washington
(202) 8622876
john.m.williams@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleypwa.com/williams_group
HUFE
2,094
20
35.0
DELAWARE
WASHINGTON, DC
Specialties:
R Retail (<$1mil)
H High Net Worth ($110mil)
U Ultra-High Net Worth (>$10mil)
F Foundations
E Endowments
I Institutional
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Phone
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Specialities
Total Team
Assets ($ mil)
Typical Acct.
Size ($ mil)
Typical Net
Worth ($ mil)
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5
20.0
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FLORIDA
Richard Altieri
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Boca Raton
(561) 393-1836
richard.altieri@morganstanley.com
fa.morganstanley.com/thealtierigroup
RHU
Louise Armour
J.P. Morgan Securities
Palm Beach
(561) 798-3205
louise.armour@jpmorgan.com
jpmorgansecurities.com/louisearmour
RHUF
915
7
17.0
Peter Bermont
Raymond James
Coral Gables
(305) 446-6600
peter.bermont@raymondjames.com
bermontadvisorygroup.com
HUFE
1,360
11
25.0
Gary Burwick
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Plantation
(954) 577-8885
gary.burwick@ms.com
morganstanleyfa.com/theburwickmillsgroup
RHUI
669
3
5.0
Adam Carlin
Morgan Stanley PWM
Coral Gables
(305) 476-3302
adam.e.carlin@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleyfa.com/carlin
HU
2,188
16
25.0
Damion Carufe
J.P. Morgan Securities
Palm Beach Gardens
(561) 694-5688
damion.carufe@jpmorgan.com
jpmorgansecurities.com/carufegroup
RHU
755
5
10.0
Louis Chiavacci
Merrill Lynch PBIG
Coral Gables
(888) 655-6847
louis_chiavacci@ml.com
pwa.ml.com/chiavacciteam
UF
2,285
35
75.0
Don d’Adesky
Raymond James
Boca Raton
(561) 981-3690
don.dadesky@raymondjames.com
raymondjames.com/theamericasgroup
RHUI
3,250
10
3.0
Aimee DeMariano Cogan
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Sarasota
(941) 363-8515
aimee.cogan@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/bellwethergroup
HUFE
739
10
20.0
Bob Edwards
Wells Fargo Advisors
Naples
(239) 254-2200
robert.t.edwards@wfadvisors.com
moranedwards.com
RHUFI
3,253
5
25.0
Nelson Faro
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Aventura
(305) 937-7138
nelson.faro@ms.com
morganstanleyfa.com/thefarogroup
RHUI
2,521
5
6.0
David Fox
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Boca Raton
(561) 393-1513
david.h.fox@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa/foxteamsb
RHUFEI
2,396
4
10.0
Neil A. Fox
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Boca Raton
(561) 393-1513
neil.a.fox@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/foxteamsb
RHUI
2,396
4
10.0
Janet Franco Gordon
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Coral Gables
(305) 476-3304
janet.franco.gordon@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/thegordongroup
HU
830
5.5
12.0
Eric Glasband
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Boca Raton
(561) 361-3437
eric.glasband@ml.com
fa.ml.com/GS
RHUFEI
808
4.52
10.0
Keith Jacoby
Wells Fargo Advisors
Naples
(239) 254-2252
keith.jacoby@wfadvisors.com
jacobynealonmccainwmg.com
RHU
608
7
10.0
William King
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Vero Beach
(212) 382-8515
william_w_king@ml.com
fa.ml.com/william_w_king
HUFEI
1,460
6
15.0
Clarke Lemons
WaterOak Advisors
Winter Park
(407) 567-2956
newclient@wateroak.com
wateroak.com
RHUF
1,641
3
5.0
Michael McCain
Wells Fargo Advisors
Naples
(239) 254-2206
michael.mccain@wfadvisors.com
jacobynealonmccainwmg.com
RHU
1,108
6
12.0
William Merriam
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Jacksonville
(904) 218-5931
william_h_merriam@ml.com
fa.ml.com/bill_merriam
RHUFEI
860
2
5.0
Mark Miller
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Boca Raton
(561) 416-4629
mark_m_miller@ml.com
fa.ml.com/mark_miller
RHU
707
4
10.0
Thomas Moran
Wells Fargo Advisors
Naples, Fla.
(239) 254-2200
thomas.moran@wfadvisors.com
moranedwards.com
RHUF
3,405
5
25.0
Charles Mulfinger II
Graystone Consulting
Tampa
(813) 227-2061
charles.mulfinger.ii@msgraystone.com
morganstanleygc.com/gctampa
RHUI
5,860
5.75
8.0
Michael Nickler
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
West Palm Beach
(561) 822-4955
michael.nickler@morganstanley.com
morganstanley.com/fa//thenicklergroup
RHU
642
5
10.0
Scott Pinkerton
Pinkerton Wealth Mgmt
Venice
(941) 408-8557
scottpinkerton@pinkertonwmg.com
pinkertonwmg.com
RHUFE
697
5
8.0
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BARRON’S
•
SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION
S7
Total Team
Assets ($ mil)
Typical Acct.
Size ($ mil)
HU
742
30
150.0
andrew.schultz@morganstanleypwm.com
fa.morganstanley.com/theschultzgroup
HU
1,124
10
25.0
(561) 4471997
msilver@bssfa.com
bssfa.com
RHUI
453
1
3.0
Raymond James
Boca Raton
(561) 9979100
mickey.silverman@raymondjames.com
raymondjames.com/silvermangroup
RHUF
1,308
5
35.0
Kurt Sylvia
UBS Financial Services
West Palm Beach
(561) 6599526
kurt.sylvia@ubs.com
financialservicesinc.ubs.com/team/pwmpalmbeach
HUFI
1,630
20
45
Sal Tiano
J.P. Morgan Securities
Palm Beach Gardens
(561) 6945600
sal.tiano@jpmorgan.com
jpmorgansecurities.com/tianogroup
HUI
1,600
15
30.0
Robert Balentine
Balentine
Atlanta
(404) 5374800
rbalentine@balentine.com
balentine.com
HUFI
2,561
16
25.0
James Hansberger
Morgan Stanley PWM
Atlanta
(404) 2644269
james.c.hansberger@morganstanleypwm.com
fa.morganstanley.com/hansbergermerlin
HUF
2,171
20
50.0
Saul Levy
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Atlanta
(770) 6982110
saul.levy@morganstanley.com
fa.morganstanley.com/theatlantagroup
RHU
767
6
15.0
Wes Moss
Capital Investment Advisors
Atlanta
(404) 5310018
wmoss@yourwealth.com
yourwealth.com
RH
1,932
1.4
2.3
Van Price
UBS PWM
Atlanta
(404) 4796080
vandyke.price@ubs.com
financialservicesinc.ubs.com/team/ledoyenprice
HUFI
3,914
25
50.0
Rod Westmoreland
Merrill Lynch PBIG
Atlanta
(404) 2642066
rod_westmoreland@ml.com
pbig.ml.com/advisor/westmorelandgroup.html
HU
3992
30
60.0
Edward Jones
Nampa
(208) 4661690
andy.dodson@edwardjones.com
edwardjones.com
RH
266
0.5
1.0
Raj Bhatia
Merrill Lynch PBIG
Chicago
(312) 3252676
raj_bhatia@ml.com
pwa.ml.com/bhatiagroup
HUFE
1,473
15
25.0
Kyle Chudom
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Oak Brook
(630) 5739680
kyle.chudom@ms.com
chudomhayes.com
RHU
738
1.5
5.0
Patricia Cutilletta
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Chicago
(312) 6483401
patricia.g.cutilletta@ms.com
morganstanleyfa.com/cutillettagroup
HU
601
7
10
Brad DeHond
Morgan Stanley PWM
Chicago
(312) 7064517
brad.dehond@morganstanley.com
morganstanleypwa.com/mspwmchicago-mdm
UF
1,836
37
45.0
Daniel Fries
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Chicago
(312) 6962121
daniel.fries@ml.com
fa.ml.com/officeofdanielfries
RHU
791
2.5
5.0
Steven Hefter
Wells Fargo Advisors
Highland Park
(847) 5633401
steven.hefter@wellsfargoadvisors.com
hlmcapital.com
HUF
5000
10
30.0
Tom Kilborn
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Northbrook
(847) 5647201
tom_kilborn@ml.com
fa.ml.com/kilborngroup
RHU
858
4
6.0
James M. Moriarity
Morgan Stanley PWM
Chicago
(312) 7064572
james.moriarity@morganstanley.com
morganstanleypwa.com/mspwmchicago-mdm
UF
1,837
37
45.0
James Oberheide
Morgan Stanley PWM
Chicago
(312) 4436090
james.oberheide@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleyfa.com/theoberheidegroup
UF
3,200
50
100.0
Sharon Oberlander
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Chicago
(312) 6967620
s_oberlander@ml.com
fa.ml.com/oberlandergroup
HU
1,106
5
12.0
F Foundations
E Endowments
Name
Location/Firm
Phone
Email/Web
Specialities
Adam Rosenfeld
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Miami
(305) 5776903
adam.rosenfeld@ml.com
fa.ml.com/rosenfeldgroup
Andrew Schultz
Morgan Stanley PWM
Miami Beach
(305) 6956116
Michael Silver
BSSFA
Boca Raton
Mickey Silverman
Typical Net
Worth ($ mil)
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GEORGIA
IDAHO
Andy Dodson
ILLINOIS
Specialties:
R Retail (<$1mil)
H High Net Worth ($110mil)
U Ultra-High Net Worth (>$10mil)
I Institutional
S8
BARRON’S
•
SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION
October 23, 2017
Total Team
Assets ($ mil)
Typical Acct.
Size ($ mil)
589
2.2
3.2
5,803
25
40.0
HUFI
967
8
15.0
joseph.silich@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/joseph.silich
HU
921
7
12.0
(630) 954-6396
brian_k_speers@ml.com
fa.ml.com/bolin_speers_group
RHUI
910
3.5
5.0
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Oak Brook
(630) 573-9794
laura.kane@morganstanley.com
retirementnavigationprocess.com
RH
528
1.3
3.0
Mark Thorndyke
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Chicago
(312) 696-7645
mark_w_thorndyke@ml.com
fa.ml.com/thorndykesheppardgroup
RHU
904
4
6.0
John Ver Bockel
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Chicago
(312) 325-2634
john_verbockel@ml.com
pwa.ml.com/vrgroup
HU
5,762
25
40.0
David Wright
Merrill Lynch PBIG
Chicago
(312) 325-2620
dave_wright@ml.com
pwa.ml.com/wrighthudakzabel
HUF
2,001
25
40.0
Jeffrey Brandt
Ameriprise Financial
Fort Dodge
(800) 647-9548
jeffrey.w.brandt@ampf.com
ascendantwealthmanagementgroup.com
RH
563
1
3.6
Timothy Finucan
Edward Jones
Webster City
(515) 832-4155
timothy.finucan@edwardjones.com
edwardjones.com
RHU
472
0.75
1.5
Matthew Fryar
Wells Fargo Advisors
Des Moines
(515) 245-3120
matthew.r.fryar@wellsfargo.com
HUF
640
5
7.0
Keith Swanson
Morgan Stanley PWM
West Des Moines
(515) 224-5501
keith.k.swanson@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleypwa.com/swanson
HUFI
736
7
15.0
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Leawood
(913) 402-5290
scott.ferguson@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/thefergusonsmithgroup
RHUF
$617
$4
8.0
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Louisville
(502) 329-5097
barry_barlow@ml.com
fa.ml.com/b_barlow
RHUF
$653
$3
7.5
Curtis Eustis
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
New Orleans
(504) 586-7787
curtis_eustis@ml.com
fa.ml.com/tle_group
HUFEI
786
10
25.0
Charles Simmons
Ameriprise Financial
Metairie
(504) 779-7790
charles.l.simmons@ampf.com
ameripriseadvisors.com/charles.l.simmons
RHUI
1,733
0.75
1.8
James Spiro
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
New Orleans
(504) 585-3973
james.m.spiro@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/spirogroup
RHU
1,669
1
4.0
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Portland
(207) 771-0844
todd.h.doolan@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/thedoolaneldredgegroup
RHUI
$360
$1.80
26.0
Larry Boggs
Wells Fargo Advisors
Cumberland
(301) 724-2660
larry.d.boggs@wfadvisors.com
home.wellsfargoadvisors.com/larry.d.boggs
RHU
1,145
3
5.0
Robert Collins
Collins Investment Group
Bethesda
(301) 915-9630
robert.collins@wfafinet.com
collinsinvestmentgroup.com
RHU
742
3
7.0
Barry Garber
Alex.Brown / Raymond James
Baltimore
(410) 525-6210
barry.garber@alexbrown.com
garberwealthmanagement.com
HUFEI
2,500
15
25.0
Name
Location/Firm
Steven Porter
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Northbrook
Maureen Raihle
Phone
Email/Web
Specialities
(847) 564-7213
steven_k_porter@ml.com
fa.ml.com/theportergroup
RHU
Merrill Lynch PBIG
Chicago
(312) 325-2635
maureen_raihle@ml.com
pwa.ml.com/vrgroup
HU
Kathleen Roeser
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Chicago
(312) 443-6500
kathy.roeser@ms.com
fa.morganstanley.com/theroesergroup
Joseph Silich
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Chicago
(312) 443-6200
Brian Speers
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Oak Brook
Ronald Stenger
Typical Net
Worth ($ mil)
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IOWA
KANSAS
Scott D. Ferguson
KENTUCKY
Barry Barlow
LOUISIANA
MAINE
Todd Doolan
MARYLAND
October 23, 2017
BARRON’S
•
SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION
S9
Total Team
Assets ($ mil)
Typical Acct.
Size ($ mil)
834
1.5
3.5
1,400
3.5
5.0
RH
505
1.5
3.0
william.a.morgan@ampf.com
ameripriseadvisors.com/william.a.morgan
RHU
940
0.9
2.3
(410) 3214340
kent_pearce@ml.com
fa.ml.com/pearce_group
HUF
1,253
7
20.0
Graystone Consulting
Potomac, Md.
(301) 2796403
robert.s.scherer@msgraystone.com
msgraystone.com/metropolitandc
HUFE
7,541
25
25.0
E. Geoffrey Sella
SPC Financial, Inc.
Rockville
(301) 7706800
jsella@spcfinancial.com
spcfinancial.com
RH
666
0.72
1.6
Richard Wagener
Wagener-Lee / Raymond James
Columbia
(443) 2769595
rick@wagenerlee.com
wagenerlee.com
RHUI
707
1.6
3.5
Debra Brede
D.K. Brede Investment Mgmt
Needham
(781) 4449367
dkb@bredeinvestment.com
bredeinvestment.com
HU
807
2
3.5
Timothy Grimes
Grimes & Company
Westborough
(508) 3663883
tim@grimesco.com
grimesco.com
RHU
2,061
3.5
7.0
Sam Hodgson
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Boston
(800) 5586568
sam_hodgson@ml.com
fa.ml.com/sam_hodgson
RHUF
739
5
8.0
David Javaheri
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Wellesely
(781) 4162491
david.javaheri@morganstanley.com
fa.morganstanley.com/thejavaherigroup
RHUE
1,074
4
10.0
Susan Kaplan
Kaplan Financial Svcs/LPL
Newton
(617) 5271557
susan.kaplan@lpl.com
kaplan-financial.com
HU
1,597
3.5
10.0
Stephen Kelliher
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Norwell
(781) 6814933
stephen.kelliher@morganstanley.com
kellihercorbettgroup.com
HUFEI
2,326
5.5
10.0
Victor Livingstone
Morgan Stanley PWM
Boston
(617) 4786500
victor.livingstone@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanley.com
UFE
3,782
25
100.0
Deborah W. Moses
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Boston
(617) 5709409
deborah.moses@morganstanley.com
fa.morganstanley.com/thebostonmosesteam
U
1,076
36
46
Mary Mullin
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Boston
(617) 9464018
mary_mullin@ml.com
fa.ml.com/mullinberiau
HU
1,353
5
15
Peter Noonan
J.P. Morgan Securities
Boston
(617) 6542318
peter.noonan@jpmorgan.com
jpmorgansecurities.com/peternoonan
RHU
1,626
15
100.0
Raju Pathak
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Boston
(617) 5893373
raju.pathak@ms.com
fa.morganstanley.com/pathakgroup/index.htm
RHUI
1,387
8
20.0
Peter Princi
Graystone Consulting
Boston
(617) 5893229
peter.b.princi@msgraystone.com
morganstanleyfa.com/theprincigroup
HUFEI
4,696
7.5
15.0
Ira Rapaport
New England Private Wealth Adv
Wellesley
(781) 4161700
ira.rapaport@nepwealth.com
nepwealth.com
HUFEI
1,517
5
9.0
Raj Sharma
Merrill Lynch PBIG
Boston
(800) 9265579
sharma_group@ml.com
pwa.ml.com/sharma_group
UFI
6,101
10
15.0
Brian Strachan
Morgan Stanley PWM
Boston
(617) 5709240
brian.s.strachan@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleypwa.com/thestrachangroupsb
HUF
1,871
10
20.0
Mark Winthrop
Winthrop Wealth Mgmt / LPL
Westborough
(508) 8365500
mark.winthrop@winthropwealth.com
winthropwealth.com
RHU
1,505
3
8.0
Name
Location/Firm
Phone
Email/Web
Specialities
Jim Holzapfel
Wells Fargo Advisors
Hagerstown
(240) 5132766
james.holzapfel@wellsfargoadvisors.com
holzapfelinvestmentgroup.com
RHUFI
Brian Kroneberger, Jr.
RBC Wealth Mgmt
Hunt Valley
(410) 3165454
brian.kroneberger@rbc.com
thedkhgroup.com
HUI
John Lynch
Lynch Group/Raymond James
Fulton
(410) 7153600
info@lynchretirementgroup.com
lynchretirementgroup.com
William Morgan III
Ameriprise Financial
Ellicott City
(410) 4189800
Kent Pearce
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Towson
Robert Scherer
Typical Net
Worth ($ mil)
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MASSACHUSETTS
Specialties:
R Retail (<$1mil)
H High Net Worth ($110mil)
U Ultra-High Net Worth (>$10mil)
F Foundations
E Endowments
I Institutional
S10
BARRON’S
Name
Location/Firm
Phone
•
SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION
October 23, 2017
Email/Web
Specialities
Total Team
Assets ($ mil)
Typical Acct.
Size ($ mil)
Typical Net
Worth ($ mil)
MICHIGAN
Jeffrey Fratarcangeli
Wells Fargo Advisors FiNet
Birmingham
(248) 3855055
jeffrey.fratarcangeli@wfafinet.com
fratarcangeliwealthmanagement.com
RHUI
750
10
25.0
David Kudla
Mainstay Capital Management
Grand Blanc
(866) 4446246
mainstay@mainstaycapital.com
mainstaycapital.com
RHUI
2,126
0.5
4.0
Sherri Stephens
Raymond James
Flint
(810) 7327411
sheryl.stephens@stephenswmg.com
stephenswmg.com
RHU
504
1.03
3.0
Leo Stevenson
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Wyandotte
(734) 3243826
leo_stevenson@ml.com
www.fa.ml.com/wyandottegroup
RHUI
559
1
1.75
Jon Vigi
UBS PWM
Birmingham
(855) 6548444
jon.vigi@ubs.com
ubs.com/team/vigiprivatewealth
HUFI
705
20
40.0
Charles Zhang
Zhang Financial
Portage
(269) 3855888
charles.zhang@zhangfinancial.com
zhangfinancial.com
RHUF
$2,597
$2
3.0
Marks Group Wealth Mgmt
Minnetonka
(952) 5826100
info@marksgroup.com
marksgroup.com
RHUFI
887
2
5.0
Robert Millner
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
St. Louis
(314) 8899868
robert.millner@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/themillnergroup
RHU
910
2
5.0
Michael Moeller
Wells Fargo Advisors
Chesterfield
(800) 8662801
mike.moeller@wfadvisors.com
themoellergroup.net
RHUFEI
1,275
2
3.0
Brian I. Pultman
Wells Fargo Advisors
St. Louis
(314) 9917863
brian.pultman@wfadvisors.com
brianpultman.wfadv.com
RHUI
565
2
3.0
Kathleen Youngerman
Morgan Stanley PWM
Chesterfield
(314) 8894862
kathleen.l.youngerman@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleyfa.com/harmonyfamilyoffice
RHUFI
553
10
20.0
UBS PWM
Lincoln
(402) 3282077
jason.dworak@ubs.com
ubs.com/team/dworakgroup
HU
854
5
15.0
Deborah Danielson
Danielson Financial Group
Las Vegas
(702) 7347000
deborah@danielsonfinancialgroup.com
danielsonfinancialgroup.com
RHU
521
2
5.0
Randy Garcia
Investment Counsel
Las Vegas
(702) 8718510
randy@iccnv.com
iccnv.com
HUFEI
$945
$7
15.0
Robert Bonfiglio
Rise Private Wealth Mgmt
Bedford
(603) 6064255
robert.a.bonfiglio@ampf.com
bobbonfiglio.com
RH
347
1.5
3.0
Marc D. Chareth
Edward Jones
Milford
(603) 6733957
marc.chareth@edwardjones.com
edwardjones.com
RHU
345
0.7
1.0
John Habig
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Portsmouth
(603) 4228901
john.f.habig@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/habig
RHUF
$416
$1
2.5
Bruce Barth
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Short Hills
(973) 5647740
bruce_g_barth@ml.com
fa.ml.com/barthgroup
RHUFEI
1,032
1.5
4.0
Francis Bitterly
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Red Bank
(732) 2243754
francis.g.bitterly@morganstanley.com
fa.morganstanley.com/francisbitterly
RHU
501
2.5
6.0
Jack Burke
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Florham Park
(973) 4102309
john_j_burke@ml.com
fa.ml.com/the_harbor_group
RHU
2,696
6.5
18.0
Christopher Cook
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Florham Park
(973) 3017790
c_cook@ml.com
fa.ml.com/gcca
RHU
1,857
7
15.0
M I N N E S O TA
Bennett Marks
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MISSOURI
NEBRASKA
Jason Dworak
N EVA DA
NEW HAMPSHIRE
NEW JERSEY
Specialties:
R Retail (<$1mil)
H High Net Worth ($110mil)
U Ultra-High Net Worth (>$10mil)
F Foundations
E Endowments
I Institutional
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BARRON’S
•
SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION
S11
Total Team
Assets ($ mil)
Typical Acct.
Size ($ mil)
716
2
6.5
2,349
10
15.0
RHU
665
4
6.0
john_r_hudspeth@ml.com
fa.ml.com/brownehudspeth
RHU
767
2
4.0
908-685-3252
elliott_m_kugel@ml.com
fa.ml.com/kugelbriegs
RHU
1,262
2.1
3.5
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Montvale
(800) 694-5340
joseph_lauricella@ml.com
fa.ml.com/joseph_lauricella
HUFE
746
10
30.0
Mark Lichtenfeld
UBS PWM
Florham Park
(973) 360-4369
mark.lichtenfeld@ubs.com
ubs.com/team/thesomersethillsgroup
HUI
1,450
7
11.0
Gregory Makowski
CFS Investment Adv Svcs
Totowa
(973) 826-8800
greg@cfsias.com
cfsias.com
RHUI
905
2
5.0
Neil McPeak
Wells Fargo Advisors
Linwood
(609) 926-7808
neil.mcpeak@wellsfargoadvisors.com
mcpeakgroup.wfadv.com
RHU
824
1.5
5.0
Harris Nydick
CFS Investment Adv Svcs
Totowa
(973) 826-8800
harris@cfsias.com
cfsias.com
RHUI
905
2
5.0
Stephen Pollard
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Princeton
(800) 477-3417
stephen_pollard@ml.com
fa.ml.com/pollard_team
HU
1,676
5
10.0
Michael Pron
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Princeton
(609) 243-7940
michael_j_pron@ml.com
fa.ml.com/pron/hurst
RHU
954
2
5.0
Michael Ricca
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Florham Park
(973) 236-3530
michael.j.ricca@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/ricca_weinerman
RHU
3,858
10
15.0
Kenneth Schapiro
Condor Capital Mgmt
Martinsville
(732) 356-7323
info@condorcapital.com
condorcapital.com
RHUI
889
1.23
3.2
Frank Seminara
Morgan Stanley PWM
Florham Park
(973) 236-3634
frank.seminara@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleypwa.com/theseminaragroup
HU
1,187
5
20.0
Mark Tobias
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
New Brunswick
(732) 435-2225
mark.s.tobias@ms.com
morganstanleyfa.com/mark_tobias
RHU
899
4
10.0
Anthony Valente
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Shrewsbury
(732) 389-5124
anthony.valente@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/svsteam
RHU
1,145
0.5
1.5
David Weinerman
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Florham Park
(973) 236-3529
david.s.weinerman@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/ricca_weinerman
RHU
3,869
10
15.0
John Moore
John Moore / Raymond James
Albuquerque
(505) 881-5100
info@johnmoore.com
johnmoore.com
RHU
438
1.5
3.5
Charles Reardon
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Albuquerque
(505) 889-2862
charles.reardon@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/reardonthorntongroup
RHU
$702
$1
3.0
Lewis Altfest
Altfest Personal Wealth Mgmt
New York
(212) 406-0850
inquiry@altfest.com
altfest.com
RHU
1,272
2
5.0
Jay Canell
J.P. Morgan Securities
(212) 272-0888
jay.canell@jpmorgan.com
jpmorgansecurities.com/canellgroup
RHUI
7,283
15
25
Neil Canell
J.P. Morgan Securities
(212) 272-0777
neil.canell@jpmorgan.com
jpmorgansecurities.com/canellgroup
RHUI
7,261
15
25
Robert A. Clarfeld
Clarfeld Financial Advisors
Tarrytown
(212) 956-9494
wealth@clarfeld.com
clarfeld.com
HUF
7,300
20
80.0
Name
Location/Firm
Mark Cortazzo
MACRO Consulting Group
Parsippany
Mary Deatherage
Phone
Email/Web
Specialities
(973) 451-9400
info@macroconsultinggroup.com
macroconsultinggroup.com
RHU
Morgan Stanley PWM
Little Falls
(973) 890-3015
mary.m.deatherage@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleyfa.com/thedeatheragegroup
HUFE
Mark Fendrick
UBS Financial Services
Mt. Laurel
(856) 985-2070
mark.fendrick@ubs.com
ubs.com/team/fendrickgroup
John Hudspeth
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Mt. Laurel
(800) 521-9399
Elliott Kugel
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Bridgewater
Joseph Lauricella
Typical Net
Worth ($ mil)
NEW MEXICO
NEW YORK
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Total Team
Assets ($ mil)
Typical Acct.
Size ($ mil)
826
1
3
RHUFI
2,389
20
40.0
marc.r.fischer@msgraystone.com
morganstanleygc.com/ftc
RHUFEI
4,100
50
50.0
(212) 9680707
info@gersteinfisher.com
gersteinfisher.com
RHUFEI
3,303
1.56
3.7
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
New York
(212) 3386062
jonathan_e_kass@ml.com
fa.ml.com/kf_group
HU
5,503
10
25.0
Jason Katz
UBS Financial Services
New York
(212) 7139201
jason.m.katz@ubs.com
ubs.com/team/katz
RHUI
1,910
10
25.0
Gerard Klingman
Klingman & Associates, LLC
New York
(212) 8677647
gklingman@klingmanria.com
klingmanria.com
HU
1,742
10
15.0
Bobby Kolev
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
New York
(212) 5032392
bobby.kolev@morganstanley.com
fa.morganstanley.com/thekolevgroup
RHUI
4,567
50
100.0
Robin Krasny
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
New York
(888) 2435316
robin.krasny@ms.com
fa.morganstanleyindividual.com/alterawmgroup
HU
1,379
7.5
15
Rebecca Lerner
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
New York
(212) 2365583
rebecca_lerner@ml.com
fa.ml.com/the_lerner_group
RHU
805
3
10
David Magrone
Merrill Lynch PBIG
New York
(212) 4182831
david_magrone@ml.com
pwa.ml.com/david_magrone
HUF
1,369
30
50.0
Joshua Malkin
Morgan Stanley PWM
New York
(212) 8936530
joshua.d.malkin@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleypwa.com/themalkingroup
HUFEI
1,700
10
25.0
Ira Mark
RBC Wealth Mgmt
New York
(212) 7036033
ira.mark@rbc.com
rbcwmfa.com/themarkbergergroup
RHU
3,300
10
25.0
Deborah Montaperto
Morgan Stanley PWM
New York
(212) 7618934
deborah.d.montaperto@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleypwa.com/polkwealthmanagementgroup
HUFE
11,878
25
50
Daniel O’Connell
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Garden City
(516) 8778316
daniel_o’connell@ml.com
fa.ml.com/daniel_o_connell
HU
2,249
15
27.0
Lyon Polk
Morgan Stanley PWM
New York
(212) 7619029
lyon.polk@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleypwa.com/polkwealthmanagementgroup
HUFE
$11,114
$25
50.0
Michael Poppo
UBS Financial Services
New York
(212) 6268721
michael.poppo@ubs.com
ubs.com/team/thepoppogroup
HUFE
1,185
8
12.0
Shawn Rubin
Morgan Stanley PWM
New York
(212) 8936322
shawn.rubin@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleyfa.com/theabacusgroup
HU
2,000
10
40.0
Frank J. Sabia
UBS Financial Services
White Plains
(914) 2876010
frank.sabia@ubs.com
ubs.com/fa/franksabia
RHUI
3,074
5
15.0
Richard Saperstein
HighTower’s Treasury Partners
New York
(917) 2862777
rsaperstein@treasurypartners.com
treasurypartners.com
HUF
11,467
15
40.0
David Schwartz
FCE Group
Lake Success
(516) 4878220
dhs@fcequities.com
fcequities.com
HU
1,206
3
5.0
Theodore Serure
J.P. Morgan Securities
New York
(212) 2726448
ted.serure@jpmorgan.com
RHUI
1,500
10
50.0
Sarat Sethi
Douglas C. Lane & Associates
New York
(212) 2627670
ssethi@dclainc.com
dclainc.com
HU
4,886
3.9
10
Michael Siden
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
New York
(212) 2961044
michael.siden@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/sidenfinkgroup
RHUFI
788
17
45.0
Evan Steinberg
Morgan Stanley PWM
New York
(212) 8937501
evan.steinberg@morganstanleypwm.com
morganstanleypwa.com/sfgroup
HUFI
2,093
12
20.0
Name
Location/Firm
Email/Web
Specialities
Lee DeLorenzo
United Asset Strategies
Garden City
(516) 2220021
leed@unitedasset.com
unitedasset.com
RHUI
Mark Donohue
Morgan Stanley PWM
New York
(888) 2700542
mark.donohue1@morganstanleypwm.com
fa.morganstanley.com/donohue
Marc Fischer
Graystone Consulting
Rochester
(585) 3892271
Gregg Fisher
Gerstein Fisher
New York
Jonathan Kass
Specialties:
R Retail (<$1mil)
Phone
H High Net Worth ($110mil)
U Ultra-High Net Worth (>$10mil)
F Foundations
E Endowments
Typical Net
Worth ($ mil)
I Institutional
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Total Team
Assets ($ mil)
Typical Acct.
Size ($ mil)
HU
2,000
25
50.0
todd.yannuzzi@morganstanley.com
fa.morganstanley.com/fifthavenuegrou
RHUFE
2,319
10
20.0
(828) 3288111
mike.bell@edwardjones.com
edwardjones.com
RHU
316
0.64
1.3
Ameriprise Financial
Durham
(919) 3619898
gary.l.gaulden@ampf.com
gauldenandassociates.com
RHU
417
1.5
3.0
Linden Thomas / Wells FiNet
Charlotte
(877) 5548150
info@lindenthomas.com
lindenthomas.com
RHUFEI
1,278
3
7.0
Rick Buoncore
MAI Capital Management
Cleveland
(216) 9204900
rbuoncore@mai.capital
mai.capital
RHU
4,295
10
25.0
Randy Carver
Raymond James
Mentor
(440) 9740808
carverfinancialservices@raymondjames.com
carverfinancialservices.com
RHI
1,087
1
1.6
Charles Dankworth
UBS Financial Services
New Albany
(614) 9392202
charles.dankworth@ubs.com
ubs.com/team/theonecolumbusgroup
HUF
965
6
25.0
Brian Edwards
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Columbus
(614) 4732401
brian.j.edwards@ms.com
morganstanleyfa.com/theedwardsgroupsb
RH
862
3.5
10.0
Craig Findley
UBS Financial Services
Sylvania
(419) 3185510
craig.findley@ubs.com
ubs.com/findleywisewealthmanagement
RHUI
2,038
5
10.0
Thomas Haught
Sequoia Financial Advisors
Akron
(216) 7741246
thaught@sequoia-financial.com
sequoia-financial.com
RHU
2,838
3
6.0
Valerie Newell
RiverPoint Capital Management
Cincinnati
(513) 6183040
newell@riverpointcm.com
riverpointcm.com
RHU
2,497
4
8.0
Daniel Roe
Budros, Ruhlin & Roe
Columbus
(614) 4816900
daniel.roe@b-r-r.com
b-r-r.com
RHU
2,637
3.5
4.5
David Singer
Merrill Lynch PBIG
Cincinnati
(513) 5793889
david_singer@ml.com
pwa.ml.com/evelosingersullivan
HU
2,510
10
20.0
Linnell Sullivan
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Cincinnati
(513) 5793890
linnell_sullivan@ml.com
pwa.ml.com/evelosingersullivan
HU
1,324
6
10.0
Kenneth Wise
UBS Financial Services
Sylvania
(419) 3185515
kenneth.wise@ubs.com
ubs.com/findleywisewealthmanagement
RHUI
2,038
5
10.0
Raymond James
Portland
(503) 5972222
info@mcgeewm.com
mcgeewm.com
RHI
$461
$1.50
3.0
Robert Boland
RBC Wealth Mgmt
Philadelphia
(215) 5571702
robert.boland@rbc.com
bolandinvestmentgroup.com
RHUI
993
5
20.0
Patricia C. Brennan
Key Financial
West Chester
(610) 4299050
pbrennan@keyfinancialinc.com
keyfinancialinc.com
RH
694
1.8
3.0
William Brown
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Sewickley
(412) 7497912
william_brownjr@ml.com
fa.ml.com/thebrownhurrayplantzgroup
RHU
1,027
4
10.0
Joshua Gross
Mill Creek Capital Advisors
Conshohocken
(610) 9417714
jgross@millcreekcap.com
millcreekcap.com
HUFEI
4,969
14
25.0
Jack Hafner
Wells Fargo Advisors
Radnor
(610) 2937323
jack.hafner@wfadvisors.com
wellsfargoadvisors.com
HU
1,200
35
60.0
Barbara Hudock
Hudock Capital Group
Williamsport
(570) 3269500
bhudock@hudockcapital.com
hudockcapital.com
RHU
476
1
3.0
John J. Parker Sr.
Wells Fargo Advisors
Philadelphia
(215) 5648487
john.j.parker@wfadvisors.com
home.wellsfargoadvisors.com/john.j.parker
RHU
1,700
3
6.0
Name
Location/Firm
Jordan Waxman
HSW Advisors at HighTower
New York
Todd Yannuzzi
Phone
Email/Web
Specialities
(212) 2861170
jwaxman@hightoweradvisors.com
hswadvisors.com
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
New York
(212) 2961051
Mike Bell
Edward Jones
Hickory
Gary Gaulden
Stephen Thomas
Typical Net
Worth ($ mil)
NORTH CAROLINA
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OREGON
Judith McGee
P E N N SY LVA N I A
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October 23, 2017
Total Team
Assets ($ mil)
Typical Acct.
Size ($ mil)
1,293
3
10.0
RHUE
635
1
4.0
john.solis-cohen@wellsfargoadvisors.com
RHU
968
3
5.0
(610) 5941186
scott_wisman@ml.com
fa.ml.com/wisman_willisgroup
RHU
892
2.5
4.0
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Providence
(401) 8638619
edythe_demarco@ml.com
fa.ml.com/demarco_group
RHUI
947
3.2
4.0
Malcolm Makin
Raymond James
Westerly
(401) 5962800
mmakin@ppgadvisors.com
ppgadvisors.com
RHUE
$1,090
$1.50
3.0
Matthew Young
Richard C. Young & Co.
Newport
(888) 4565444
info@younginvestments.com
younginvestments.com
RHU
1,045
1.75
5.0
Raymond James
Sioux Falls
(605) 3529490
info@cornerstonefinancialsolutions.com
cornerstonefinancialsolutions.com
RHU
311
0.8
1.7
Christi Edwards
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Nashville
(615) 2986554
christi.edwards@morganstanley.com
fa.morganstanleyindividual.com/christi.edwards
RHU
724
5
12.0
Eric Klindt
Merrill Lynch PBIG
Nashville
(615) 7475625
eklindt@ml.com
pwa.ml.com/klindtcole
HUFE
971
15
30.0
J. Michael Fox
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Houston
(713) 6581275
jmichael_fox@ml.com
fa.ml.com/fox_group
RHU
629
2
4.0
Carl “Triple” Fuhrmann III
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
San Antonio
(210) 8052981
carl_fuhrmanniii@ml.com
fa.ml.com/fuhrmann_hayne
RHUI
789
1
5.0
Richard Joyner
Tolleson Wealth Mgmt
Dallas
(214) 2523250
richardjoyner@tollesonwealth.com
tollesonwealth.com/rj
HU
5,100
34
77
Ira Kravitz
UBS Financial Services
Plano
(469) 4400547
ira.kravitz@ubs.com
financialservicesinc.ubs.com/team/kravitzgroup
HU
616
4.5
6.0
Craig Massey
Merrill Lynch PBIG
Houston
craig.massey@ml.com
www.pbig.ml.com/advisor/msblegacy.html
HU
1,033
100
100
John Merrill
Tanglewood Total Wealth Mgmt
Houston
(713) 8408880
jmerrill@tanglewoodwealth.com
tanglewoodwealth.com
RHU
856
2.5
5.0
Marie Moore
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Dallas
(214) 6967175
marie.a.moore@morganstanley.com
fa.morganstanley.com/themooregroup
RHU
383
5
15.0
Darrell Pennington
Ameriprise Financial
Houston
(713) 3324422
darrell.r.pennington@ampf.com
penningtonwealth.com
RH
861
1.5
2.5
R. Scot Smith
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Dallas
(214) 6967064
scot.smith@morganstanley.com
morganstanley.com/fa/scotsmith
RHUF
488
3
5.0
Scott Tiras
Ameriprise Financial
Houston
(713) 3324400
scott.b.tiras@ampf.com
tiraswealth.com
RHU
2,316
2
3.5
F. Michael Wood Jr.
Merrill Lynch PBIG
San Antonio
(210) 8052851
f_woodjr@ml.com
pwa.ml.com/nwn
RHUF
1,945
15
20
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Colchester
(802) 8637709
timothy.stotz@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/thestotzgroup
RHUFEI
701
2.5
4.0
Name
Location/Firm
Eric Salmansohn
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Philadelphia
Peter Sargent
Phone
Email/Web
Specialities
(215) 8546272
eric.salmansohn@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/libertywealthmanagementgroup
HUF
Janney Montgomery Scott
Yardley
(267) 6854205
psargent@janney.com
sargentwealthmanagement.com
John Solis-Cohen
Wells Fargo Advisors
Jenkintown
(215) 5724276
D. Scott Wisman
Merrill Lynch Wealth Mgmt
Exton
Edythe De Marco
Typical Net
Worth ($ mil)
RHODE ISLAND
S O U T H DA KO TA
Gordon Wollman
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TEXAS
(713) 6328366
VERMONT
Tim Stotz
October 23, 2017
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Location/Firm
Phone
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Email/Web
Specialities
Total Team
Assets ($ mil)
Typical Acct.
Size ($ mil)
Typical Net
Worth ($ mil)
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Garret Alcaraz
Wells Fargo Advisors
Virginia Beach
(757) 4316375
gary.alcaraz@wfadvisors.com
alcarazfisherjustiswmg.wfadv.com
RHUFEI
1,460
1.5
3.5
Jim Bruyette
SBSB
McLean
(703)7349321
jim.bruyette@sbsbllc.com
sbsbllc.com
HUFI
3,080
5
10.0
Tristan Caudron
Wells Fargo Advisors
Alexandria
(703) 7394548
tristan.caudron@wfadvisors.com
caudronmegaryblackburnwmg.com
RHUFEI
1,658
1.6
3.3
Michael Joyce
JoycePayne Partners
Richmond
(804) 3582702
mjoyce@joycepaynepartners.com
joycepaynepartners.com
RHU
630
2.5
3.0
Soo Kim
Ameriprise Financial
Vienna
(703) 2262300
soo.m.kim@ampf.com
ameripriseadvisors.com/soo.m.kim
RH
1,170
1
2.0
Jeff LeClair
Wells Fargo Advisors
McLean
(703) 7605717
jeff.leclair@wellsfargo.com
leclairlemlihapproach.com
HUFEI
1,416
6
20.0
Joseph W. Montgomery
Wells Fargo Advisors
Williamsburg
(757) 2201782
joe.montgomery@wellsfargoadvisors.com
osg.wfadv.com
HUFEI
14,754
7
15.0
Paul Pagnato
PagnatoKarp
Reston
(703) 4682700
ppagnato@pagnatokarp.com
pagnatokarp.com
HU
3,432
15
20
Gregory Smith
Baird
Reston
(571) 2031600
gssmith@rwbaird.com
thewiseinvestorgroup.com
RHU
2,022
1
3.0
Ryan Sprowls
Wells Fargo Advisors
Alexandria
(703) 7391439
ryan.sprowls@wellsfargoadvisors.com
sdkwealth.com
RHUFEI
1,030
2
4.0
Greg Sullivan
SBSB
McLean
(703) 7349322
greg.sullivan@sbsbllc.com
sbsbllc.com
HUFI
3,080
5
10.0
Shari Burns
United Capital Seattle
Seattle
(206) 5838300
shari.burns@unitedcp.com
unitedcp.com/wa1
HUF
1,538
5.89
8.0
Michael Hershey
J.P. Morgan Securities
Bellevue
(425) 4626810
michael.hershey@jpmorgan.com
RHU
675
10
25.0
Lawrence Hood
Pacific Portfolio Consulting
Seattle
(206) 6236641
information@pacific-portfolio.com
pacific-portfolio.com
RHUI
3,061
11.55
17.5
Paul Jackson
Morgan Stanley Wealth Mgmt
Bellevue
(425) 4535746
paul.w.jackson@morganstanley.com
morganstanleyfa.com/paul_jackson
RHU
510
6
10.0
Randall Linde
Ameriprise Financial
Renton
(800) 5631636
randall.s.linde@ampf.com
agpwealthadvisors.com
RHU
1,757
0.75
1.5
Michael Matthews
UBS Financial Services
Bellevue
(425) 4512350
m.matthews@ubs.com
ubs.com/team/thematthewsgroup
RHU
784
5
8.0
Erik Morgan
Freestone Capital Mgmt
Seattle
(206) 7077310
erik@freestonecapital.com
freestonecapital.com
RHU
$3,593
$3.76
9.4
Erin Scannell
Ameriprise Financial
Mercer Island
(425) 7092345
erin.j.scannell@ampf.com
heritage-wealth.com
RHU
1,800
1.5
2.0
RBC Wealth Mgmt
Huntington
(304) 6972119
david.j.miller1969@gmail.com
themillerinvestmentgroup.com
RHUFI
$1,290
$0.34
0.8
Andrew Burish
UBS Financial Services
Madison
(608) 8314282
andrew.burish@ubs.com
ubs.com/team/burishgroup
RHU
$3,910
$2
3.0
David Spano
Annex Wealth Mgmt
Elm Grove
(262) 7866363
dspano@annexwealth.com
annexwealth.com
RH
1,188
0.53
1.3
F Foundations
E Endowments
WASHINGTON
WEST VIRGINIA
David Miller
WISCONSIN
Specialties:
R Retail (<$1mil)
H High Net Worth ($110mil)
U Ultra-High Net Worth (>$10mil)
I Institutional
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