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Gainer

A security that increase in price during a trading day. That is, a gainer has a higher price at the close than it did at the open. See also: Loser.

gainer

A security that has risen in price during a specified period. Compare loser.

Gainer.

Stocks that increase in value over the course of the trading day are described as gainers or advancers.

Those that increase the most in relation to their opening price are called percentage gainers, or percentage winners. Those that go up the greatest number of points are called net gainers, or dollar winners.

On a day that the stock market indexes go up, there are typically more gainers than there are losers or laggards -- stocks that have lost value. And on a day where there's little change, there are likely to be similar numbers of gainers and losers.

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Gaina, A., Sekine, M., Kanayama, H., Takashi, Y., Hu, L., Sengoku, K., & Kagamimori, S.
Finally, similar to previous studies (Carskadon et al., 1993; Diaz-Morales et al., 2007; Gaina et al., 2006; Gau & Soong, 2003; Giannotti et al., 2002; Randler et al., 2009; Russo et al., 2007), E-types showed later rise time and bedtime, longer sleep length on weekends and shorter sleep duration on weekdays and higher social jetlag, WRD, and WBD.
(9) In tales such as "La 'gaina'" and "Carlotta," later published in Diario Clandestino, Guareschi shared with his listeners how Alberto and Carlotta visited him in his dreams.
The only Wattstown player to gain international honours for the club was No.8 Scott Eggar, who, then with Neath, replaced Jason Forster to gaina Wale sA cap against Argentina at Pontypridd nine years ago.
Para comprender los cambios de la biodiversidad en relacion con la estructura del paisaje, la separacion de los componentes alfa, beta y gaina ha sido de gran utilidad.
Popa M., Contiu G., Precup M., Preja D., Gaina O., Mathematical model and simulation of the heat transfer in the EDM process, IEEE International Conference of Automation , Quality and Testing, Robots AQTR 2008, May 22-25, 2008.
Within five to seven years, we will gaina share of approximately 10% in the North American automatic transmission market.
starts lensing $8 million "Gaina" in March -- France's first 3-D computer graphics feature.
That strategy is based on the results of a survey of 1,000 vitamin users that the company conducted to determine attitudes toward the brand as well as to gaina better understanding of what drives purchases in the category.
In relation to their object of activity the enterprises enlisted by the Commercial Code were grouped into the literature (Carpenaru, 2000: 40; Voica, 2000: 317) into: a) production enterprises, of which the building enterprises, factory, manufacturing and printing enterprises were part; b) service supply enterprises, of which publishing, library and artefact enterprises were part, whenever another than the author or artist is selling; the supplies enterprises; the public performance enterprises; the fee, agency and business office enterprises; the insurance enterprises; passenger transport enterprises or maritime or inland freight enterprises; docking and warehousing enterprises (for details, Gaina, Smarandache, 2010: 175-178; Mihaila, Dumitrescu, 2013: 9; Stanciu, 2015: 40-41).
More exactly, he did not accept the "Hen" rite (Gaina), which consisted in bringing a whole roasted chicken (including the head and legs) to the godfather or to the groom.
A partir de esa cronologia, aparentemente, se observa una disminucion del numero de inhumaciones en los dolmenes, en parte por la creacion de nuevas estructuras funerarias, caso de las cistas--se han excavado las de Onddi, Mulisko Gaina, Aitxu, Atxurbi, Langagorri y Ondarre, en la provincia de Guipuzcoa--o de otras de mas larga tradicion como las inhumaciones en hoyos detectadas en Tierra Estella--Cortecampo II (Los Arcos), Osaleta (Lorca), etc.--.