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You showed the biggest gainers since 11/20 and how much they had lost since 10/9. How about the reverse, the biggest losers from 10/9-11/20 and how much they have gained since? Or would the two be very similar?


Doesn't the proper definition of a bull or bear include a component of time as well as price? Many of the biggest bear market rallies have occurred in the worst bear markets. More time would seem to be needed to put a label on the latest move.

Jack D

Great charts on crazy gains since 11/20. Info available on biggest gainers going into 2000 market top and resulting losses in the ensuing bear? I would expect it to be the inverse....those stocks having the biggest bull market gains have the biggest declines when the market turns down.

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