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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While there are concerns over Zong's dormant customers, the number of new sales is where Zong has lead the market for some time now.
EMC also lead the market in total disk storage systems shipped with 23.7% revenue share in the fourth quarter, followed by IBM, with 16.8% market share, and Hewlett-Packard with 12.1%.
"The HCL IP SAN system, powered by Intransa's StorControl IP SAN software, can lead the market for production grade IP SAN deployments in the enterprise.
Leading insurance companies--and tomorrow's highest performers--are developing their own vision and gaining an early perspective on how emerging technologies may help them lead the market. Their competitors will be challenged to react to the innovations introduced by these companies.
The United States is expected to lead the market growth again in 2005, according to the survey.
Gribel expects to lead the market within five years.
With the addition of Multex's international database, OneSource continues to lead the market in business information, providing the most comprehensive, easy-to-use, actionable intelligence that leads to the best decisions for business."
We lead the market in high-oleic, midoleic, linoleic and confection sunflowers.
"For years, the INTEGRITY operating system has lead the market for security-critical and safety-critical applications, including leading-edge avionics and defense applications.
As a source of packaging and support marketing for advertisers, T'Kom hopes to lead the market, with 50% of its clients in Latin America, 30% in Spain and Portugal and 20% in the United States.
During the next few years, we predict that the New Jersey retail market will outpace the other market sectors in growth and new development, and The Schultz Organization will continue to lead the market's expansion.
"I'm confident that ATI will continue to lead the market with DirectX 9 solutions.