Leading the market

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Leading the market

In the context of general equities, this is a stock or group of stocks moving with the market as a whole, but moving in advance of the general market.

Leading the Market

Describing a group of securities that move in the same direction as the market as a whole, but begin the movement before the market. For example, a group of stocks may increase when most stocks are increasing, but start going up when the rest of the market tends to be either flat or is declining. See also: Leading indicator.
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Greater South Suburbs - RE/MAX led the market, listing 19.
LaGrange Area - RE/MAX led the market by listing 20.
McHenry County - RE/MAX led the market, listing 24.
Northwest Suburbs - RE/MAX led the market, listing 22.
Since the company's founding in 1997, AgION Technologies has led the market for safe, effective, long-lasting, antimicrobial protection with support from private equity funds and strategic partners including BASF Venture Capital, H.
WebTrends is the perennial web analytics company to catch, having led the market by revenue every year since IDC started tracking it," said Mary Wardley, Vice President, Enterprise Applications and CRM Software, IDC.
Infonetics Research recently issued its Q2 market share results and forecast, in which Sonus led the market in providing convergence switches, in both port shipments and revenues.
In 1999, Network World led the market with a total of 2,598 ad pages, followed by second place Network Computing with 2,453 pages, and third place Internet Week with 1,839 pages.
GEAE has consistently led the market with state-of-the-art technology for commercial and military aircraft engines," said James McNerney, president and chief executive officer at GEAE.
The company was the first to be awarded the coveted PC Magazine Editor's Choice Award for a Taiwanese produced monitor, led the market in developing non-interlaced 14-inch, 15-inch and 17-inch monitors, and introduced software controlled monitors two years before Windows(R) Plug 'n Play existed.