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      1SISIShineco, Inc.$1.02

      -51.89%

      1.075 M

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      1 day ago

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      2ASPIASP Isotopes Inc.$2.83

      -20.51%

      438.767 K

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      1 day ago

      Buy
      3CYNCyngn Inc.$6

      -18.14%

      137.408 K

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      3 days ago

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      4FORDForward Industries, Inc.$3.95

      -15.96%

      31.968 K

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      29 days ago

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      5LCFYLocafy Limited$5.28

      -13.38%

      420.925 K

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      1 month ago

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      6CNTGCentogene N.V.$0.44

      -12%

      200

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      23 days ago

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      7PETZTDH Holdings, Inc.$1.26

      -11.27%

      761

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      3 months ago

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      8CMBMCambium Networks Corporation$2

      -9.91%

      4.659 K

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      1 day ago

      Buy
      9SNOASonoma Pharmaceuticals, Inc.$0.32

      -9.83%

      464.074 K

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      4 days ago

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      10ALPPAlpine 4 Holdings, Inc.$0.375

      -8.98%

      3.99 K

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      2 months ago

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      11NNENano Nuclear Energy Inc.$23.93

      -8.8%

      483.989 K

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      1 day ago

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      12GVHGlobavend Holdings Limited - Ord Shares$0.7118

      -8.77%

      1.412 K

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      4 days ago

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      13OLOOlo Inc.$4.04

      -8.6%

      102

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      11 days ago

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      14SEELSeelos Therapeutics, Inc.$0.6151

      -8.19%

      174.175 K

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      2 months ago

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      15AZTRAzitra Inc$2.95

      -8.1%

      13.383 K

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      1 month ago

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      16CINGCingulate Inc.$0.442

      -7.99%

      717.17 K

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      15 days ago

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      17SLRXSalarius Pharmaceuticals, Inc.$2.01

      -7.8%

      22.431 K

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      1 month ago

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      18DRMADermata Therapeutics, Inc.$2.38

      -7.75%

      48.525 K

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      2 months ago

      Hold
      19LIPOLipella Pharmaceuticals Inc.$0.4899

      -7.74%

      1.9 K

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      1 month ago

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      20VCXB10X Capital Venture Acquisition Corp. III$11.1

      -7.5%

      700

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      18 days ago

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      21HOVRNew Horizon Aircraft Ltd.$0.5867

      -7.49%

      9.233 K

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      2 months ago

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      22ZURAZura Bio Limited$3.66

      -7.34%

      25.523 K

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      1 month ago

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      23PALIPalisade Bio, Inc.$4.17

      -7.13%

      2.633 K

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      2 days ago

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      24WFCWells Fargo & Company$56.04

      -6.85%

      1.395 M

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      1 day ago

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      25BSFCBlue Star Foods Corp.$1.91

      -6.83%

      180.309 K

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      16 days ago

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      26YGMZMingZhu Logistics Holdings Limited$1.52

      -6.75%

      47.797 K

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      3 days ago

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      27RSLSReShape Lifesciences, Inc.$0.2061

      -6.74%

      45.709 K

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      4 days ago

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      28HUDAHudson Acquisition I Corp.$12.82

      -6.7%

      108

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      26 days ago

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      29OABIOmniAb, Inc.$4.06

      -6.67%

      2.25 K

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      1 month ago

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      30POLAPolar Power, Inc.$0.5521

      -6.42%

      847

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      2 days ago

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      31ILAGIntelligent Living Application Group Inc.$0.492

      -6.13%

      5.406 K

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      3 months ago

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      32TPHSTrinity Place Holdings Inc.$0.1132

      -6.06%

      165.9 K

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      4 months ago

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      33PBMPsyence Biomedical Ltd.$0.3101

      -5.94%

      6.85 K

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      10 days ago

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      34FNGRFingerMotion, Inc.$1.92

      -5.88%

      5.336 K

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      15 days ago

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      35SNGXSoligenix, Inc.$7.2

      -5.88%

      47.417 K

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      36XTKGX3 Holdings Co., Ltd.$0.513

      -5.87%

      7.783 K

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      3 months ago

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      37XBITXBiotech Inc.$6.28

      -5.71%

      200

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      25 days ago

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      38QSIQuantum-Si Incorporated$1.02

      -5.56%

      6.812 K

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      39JTAIJet.AI Inc.$0.34

      -5.56%

      8.932 K

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      17 days ago

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      40CISSC3is Inc.$1.36

      -5.56%

      69.115 K

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      2 months ago

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      41CALCCalciMedica, Inc.$4.46

      -5.51%

      569

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      4 days ago

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      42HSCSHeart Test Laboratories, Inc.$3.82

      -5.45%

      6.739 K

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      2 days ago

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      43APDNApplied DNA Sciences, Inc.$0.417

      -5.23%

      34.032 K

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      23 days ago

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      44GXAIGaxos.ai Inc.$2.21

      -5.15%

      15.232 K

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      18 days ago

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      45ARMPArmata Pharmaceuticals, Inc.$2.85

      -5%

      100

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      3 days ago

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      46APCXAppTech Payments Corp.$0.95

      -4.99%

      2 K

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      1 month ago

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      47HROWHarrow, Inc.$22.56

      -4.97%

      201

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      24 days ago

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      48BACKIMAC Holdings, Inc.$1.53

      -4.97%

      7.421 K

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      2 days ago

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      49ZKINZK International Group Co., Ltd$0.5

      -4.96%

      500

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      17 days ago

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      50CNDTConduent Incorporated$3.32

      -4.87%

      140

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      23 days ago

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      51QNCXQuince Therapeutics, Inc.$0.8261

      -4.83%

      400

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      19 days ago

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      52LUXHLuxUrban Hotels Inc.$0.1747

      -4.8%

      609.964 K

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      2 days ago

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      53APAmpco-Pittsburgh Corporation$1.39

      -4.79%

      173.446 K

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      3 days ago

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      54VRPXVirpax Pharmaceuticals, Inc.$1.59

      -4.79%

      72.989 K

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      2 months ago

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      55GAMEGameSquare Holdings, Inc.$1.2

      -4.76%

      100

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      3 days ago

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      56CNSPCNS Pharmaceuticals, Inc.$1.2

      -4.76%

      161.752 K

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      10 days ago

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      57EPOWSunrise New Energy Co., Ltd$0.78

      -4.72%

      13.041 K

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      2 days ago

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      58EFSH1847 Holdings LLC$2.95

      -4.7%

      2.259 K

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      16 days ago

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      59PMECPrimech Holdings Ltd.$0.51

      -4.67%

      3.223 K

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      2 months ago

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      60VVPRVivoPower International PLC$2.9

      -4.61%

      72.206 K

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      4 days ago

      Hold
      61ISPRIspire Technology Inc.$7.52

      -4.57%

      100

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      26 days ago

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      62WETHWetouch Technology Inc.$2.12

      -4.5%

      3.102 K

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      5 days ago

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      63EDTKSkillful Craftsman Education Technology Limited$1.07

      -4.46%

      150

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      11 months ago

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      64LRHCLa Rosa Holdings Corp.$1.51

      -4.43%

      16.136 K

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      11 days ago

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      65ARCARC Document Solutions, Inc.$2.81

      -4.42%

      100

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      4 days ago

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      66MNTSMomentus Inc.$0.545

      -4.39%

      7.387 K

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      23 days ago

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      67LANVLanvin Group Holdings Limited$1.76

      -4.35%

      100

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      16 days ago

      Hold
      68ASNSActelis Networks, Inc.$1.61

      -4.13%

      217.649 K

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      3 days ago

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      69ERNAEterna Therapeutics Inc.$1.86

      -4.12%

      700

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      2 months ago

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      70LASELaser Photonics Corporation$1.89

      -4.06%

      1 K

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      12 days ago

      N/A
      71CRVSCorvus Pharmaceuticals, Inc.$1.9

      -4.04%

      700

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      1 month ago

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      72JFBRJeffs' Brands Ltd$0.31

      -4.02%

      31.318 K

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      11 days ago

      N/A
      73ATXIAvenue Therapeutics, Inc.$3.36

      -4%

      490

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      23 days ago

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      74BCANBYND Cannasoft Enterprises Inc.$0.6106

      -3.99%

      14.668 K

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      4 months ago

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      75BOLTBolt Biotherapeutics, Inc.$0.7103

      -3.88%

      2.661 K

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      1 day ago

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      76PRTGPortage Biotech Inc.$0.173

      -3.84%

      51.06 K

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      3 months ago

      Buy
      77RMCFRocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Inc.$2.04

      -3.77%

      175

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      5 days ago

      N/A
      78RCATRed Cat Holdings, Inc.$1.55

      -3.73%

      6.747 K

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      19 days ago

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      79SNOWSnowflake Inc.$133.07

      -3.7%

      479.522 K

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      3 days ago

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      80AEHLAntelope Enterprise Holdings Limited$5.74

      -3.69%

      3.376 K

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      2 months ago

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      81KAVLKaival Brands Innovations Group, Inc.$1.32

      -3.65%

      48.687 K

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      19 days ago

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      82COCOThe Vita Coco Company, Inc.$29.32

      -3.62%

      1.347 K

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      1 month ago

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      83PTPIPetros Pharmaceuticals, Inc.$0.441

      -3.51%

      768

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      2 months ago

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      84TRVNTrevena, Inc.$0.22

      -3.51%

      2.388 K

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      5 days ago

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      85UPWheels Up Experience Inc.$3.85

      -3.51%

      5.412 K

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      26 days ago

      Buy
      86OGENOragenics Inc.$1.1

      -3.51%

      6.4 K

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      16 days ago

      N/A
      87RBOTVicarious Surgical Inc.$9.08

      -3.51%

      800

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      1 month ago

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      88ABVCABVC BioPharma, Inc.$0.7912

      -3.5%

      1.4 K

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      3 months ago

      Hold
      89GVVisionary Holdings Inc.$2.51

      -3.46%

      100

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      29 days ago

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      90IDAIT Stamp Inc.$0.42

      -3.45%

      92.431 K

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      1 day ago

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      91MINFT Limited$5.3

      -3.44%

      1.147 K

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      3 months ago

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      92IPWiPower Inc.$1.68

      -3.44%

      6.054 K

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      23 days ago

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      93ACONAclarion, Inc.$0.3018

      -3.42%

      1.12 K

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      5 days ago

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      94BJDXBluejay Diagnostics, Inc.$0.5844

      -3.4%

      45.74 K

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      15 days ago

      Buy
      95ESOAEnergy Services of America Corporation$6.9

      -3.36%

      200

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      2 days ago

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      96CARACara Therapeutics, Inc.$0.3537

      -3.36%

      92.586 K

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      1 month ago

      Buy
      97JZXNJiuzi Holdings, Inc.$3.17

      -3.35%

      1.183 K

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      15 days ago

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      98PHIOPhio Pharmaceuticals Corp.$5.65

      -3.34%

      980

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      1 day ago

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      99SGBXSafe & Green Holdings Corp.$2.32

      -3.33%

      12.901 K

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      1 day ago

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      In the dynamic stock market game, the premarket session signifies a pivotal interval, offering a unique perspective before the formal trading day begins.

      Before the market officially opens and while much of the world is still in slumber, attentive traders vigilantly monitor the market's early performers. Among the array of financial metrics and indicators, there is a particular dataset that holds exceptional value in their morning routines – that is, the top losers.

      These are the stocks that have encountered early hurdles before the trading day commences. Rather than a casual statistic, those well-versed in the market recognize the profound significance of this information.

      It is important for traders to know why closely tracking the top losers in the premarket session is not a mere matter of interest but a vital strategy for market participants aiming to gain a competitive edge and make well-informed decisions.

      Causes of Premarket Declines

      Premarket trading sessions can often be a hotbed of volatility, with US stocks experiencing significant price fluctuations. This early morning activity can set the tone for the day, and as a result, traders and investors pay close attention to the top losers in the premarket session. Understanding the reasons behind these declines is crucial for making informed decisions in the stock market, across the earnings calendar.

      One of the most significant drivers of premarket declines is the release of quarterly earnings reports. Companies that fail to meet analysts' expectations can see their stock prices plummet in the premarket, setting a negative tone for the regular trading session. Earnings misses, lower revenue projections, or disappointing guidance can all contribute to this decline.

      Similarly, economic data, such as job reports, GDP figures, or inflation data, can have an immediate impact on the premarket. Unforeseen negative economic indicators can trigger widespread declines across the market. Investors often react swiftly to such data, causing stock prices to drop before the opening bell.

      Geopolitical events, natural disasters, and economic crises around the world can ripple through the premarket. News that affects global markets, such as trade tensions or political instability, can lead to a sudden flight to safety, causing stock prices to decline.

      Moreover, corporate events like CEO departures, product recalls, or insider transactions can cause sharp premarket declines. Investors react swiftly to these company-specific news items, sometimes causing panic selling. Even market sentiment can play a significant role in premarket declines. If there is a broader sense of uncertainty or fear in the market, traders may be more inclined to sell off stocks in the premarket. Negative sentiment can be contagious and lead to widespread losses.

      Importance of Early Information

      One way to gain that crucial advantage is by paying close attention to the top losers in the premarket session. These early indicators can be invaluable tools for traders and investors looking to stay ahead of the game.

      Understanding which stocks are leading the race to the bottom in the premarket hours can provide valuable insights into market sentiment. When a stock is losing ground before the official opening bell, it's often a sign that there is negative news or sentiment surrounding that particular company.

      For investors, identifying the top losers in the premarket session can help mitigate risks. It's all too common for stocks to gap down at the market open due to unforeseen events or negative news. By closely monitoring premarket performance, you can get a head start on managing your portfolio and making adjustments before the market officially opens. This proactive approach can be a vital component of risk management, helping you protect your capital.

      Similarly, the premarket session can be a hotbed of volatility, and seasoned traders recognize this as an opportunity. Stocks that are top losers in the premarket often exhibit exaggerated price movements, creating potential for short-term trading opportunities.

      Morning News and Analysis

      As already emphasized above, staying ahead of the curve is paramount. To make informed decisions during the regular trading day, the most successful traders pay close attention to the morning news and analysis. This crucial period offers a wealth of information that can significantly impact stock prices and market sentiment.

      The premarket session is a prelude to the opening bell, providing traders with a glimpse of what lies ahead. For instance, the release of earnings reports before the market opens can be a game-changer. Traders keenly watch for a company's financial health and profitability. Positive earnings surprises can cause a surge in stock prices, while disappointments may lead to a plummet. The premarket is the first opportunity to react to these reports.

      Similarly, early morning announcements of economic indicators, such as job reports or GDP figures, can send ripples through the market. Traders gauge these indicators to assess the overall health of the economy and anticipate potential market moves.

      News of mergers and acquisitions, product launches, or management changes can significantly impact stock prices. Traders closely follow these corporate announcements during the premarket session to anticipate how they might influence trading throughout the day.

      In an interconnected world, global events, including political developments, natural disasters, or geopolitical tensions, can reverberate across financial markets. Traders use the premarket hours to digest international news and adjust their strategies accordingly.

      Frequently Asked Questions

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      What is the pre-market trading session?

      The pre-market trading session involves buying or selling securities before the market opens. Pre-market trading is optional, and you don’t have to do it. It’s important to remember that there are risks involved with any type of trading, and pre-market trading is no different. You can use a “market order” when you pre-market trade, which means that you’ll get whatever price is available at the time that you execute your order. Pre-market trading hours are the couple of hours before the market opens. During this time, fewer investors are trading, which means that there is less supply and more demand for shares. As a result, the price of stocks in the pre-market may be higher than the price at which they end the day.

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      How Does Pre-market Trading Work?

      In order to understand how pre-market trading works, you first have to understand how the regular market hours work. The regular market hours are during the hours when the stock market is open, and they begin at 9:30 a.m. ET. During the regular market hours, anything can happen, whether good or bad, that can influence the pricing of the stocks. If a company releases a piece of news that causes the price of the stock to change, it could happen during the regular market hours. In order to make the most of pre-market trading, you need to be able to predict what might happen before the regular market hours. The stocks are traded at a higher price than the regular market hours due to the decreased liquidity in the pre-market hours. Therefore, correct prediction of the news during the pre-market hours means you can achieve substantial gains.

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      What is the pre-market session timing?

      Trading in the pre-market takes place as early as 4:00 am and until the market open, with the bulk of volume and liquidity arriving at 8:00 am ET.

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      Why Do Stocks Go Up or Down in Premarket?

      The market can be unpredictable, and this is especially true when there are new stories to cover. When the price of a stock is rising, it might be because of positive news. This could include positive earnings results or an important announcement such as a new product launch. It could also be a sign that a company has become more popular with investors or that the market believes that a company will do well in the future.
      When the price of a stock is falling, there might be a number of reasons for this. The first possibility is that there is negative news about the stock. The second possibility is that investors are losing confidence in the company itself or its industry. This could be due to missed expectations or a lack of innovation.
      The main thing to understand is that when prices rise or fall in the pre-market, this does not mean that there will be a big change in the day ahead.

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      Why pre-market session is important?

      There are many reasons why people prefer trading in pre-market session. One of the main reasons is that it allows people to get information about their favorite stocks before the investors start to rush into the market. For example, if you are aware of a news story that will have a big impact on the stock market, you might be able to buy at a better price than other investors. Additionally, your price will likely be higher than the first price offered by the market maker, who is trying to match orders from other traders.
      Another reason is that it gives investors an opportunity to buy low and sell high. There are also other financial benefits such as tax deductions and options. So, if you have time before the market opens, making sure you trade during pre-market session might be worth your while.

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      Who can trade pre-market?

      The only difference between the pre-market and regular market hours is the time and nothing else. So, whatever factors that influence the price of stocks during the regular hours will also be applicable in the pre-market hours. However, there is less trading volume during the pre-market hours.
      There are many different factors that go into pre-market stock trading, but the most important one is to be prepared. Before you start trading, make sure that you know what you're getting yourself into. If you're unfamiliar with the market and the terminology used in it, then it will be much harder for you to succeed.
      Once you have an idea of what you're working with, you'll need to make sure that everything is ready to go in order to trade efficiently. You should have all of your trading tools and resources ready, as well as a space where you can safely take your trades. And of course, it's always a good idea to have a healthy amount of money on hand so that you can invest in any dips or pullbacks.

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      Do all stocks have pre-market?

      You can trade all stocks listed on the US Stock Exchange in pre-market session.

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      Do stocks open at pre-market price?

      No. The opening price may differ significantly from the premarket price.

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      What time should a day trader wake up?

      When deciding when to wake up on a day-to-day basis, it is important to consider how long you will need to wait in order to complete your trading. For example, if you are planning on waiting two hours until the market opens in order to complete your trades, then it is recommended that you get up early enough so that you can complete your trades before the market opens.
      One thing to keep in mind is that the best way to trade on a day-to-day basis is to do so when you feel your best. This means that if you are tired, stressed out or just not feeling it then you shouldn't try to trade. Instead, take some time off and relax. When you are feeling balanced, clear-headed and energized you will be able to make better decisions and be more productive.
      Another thing to keep in mind is that the most successful traders are generally early birds. They know that if they start trading later in the morning, before their energy levels are 100% there will be less of a chance for them to make mistakes or miss opportunities.

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      How do I find Pre-market Movers?

      Looking for a stock that’s about to take off? We have the right tool for you: our Pre-market Screener. With significant price movement or volume, these stocks are about to make a move - so don’t miss out!
      Whether you’re a seasoned investor or just starting out, our Pre-market Screener can help you find the perfect stock for your portfolio. With just a few clicks, you can easily search for high-octane stocks that are ready to take off. So don’t wait - start searching now!

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      Is Buying pre-market a good idea?

      The pre-market takes place before the official opening bell and is usually a period of low volume with a few traders making large orders. There are several reasons why pre-market trading can be useful. First, it gives investors an opportunity to get in on the ground floor of a stock before the price has been set by market forces. Second, it provides an early indication of how strong demand is for a particular product or asset. Finally, there's always a chance that news could break during this time that could have dramatic implications for the rest of the day.