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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Bluestreak leads the market as the one-stop-shop for online marketing, offering a comprehensive email marketing platform, third party ad server, along with strategic programs from customer acquisition through retention.
Bluestreak leads the market as the one-stop-shop for online marketing, offering a comprehensive email marketing platform, third-party ad server, along with strategic programs from customer acquisition through retention.
Bluestreak leads the market as the one-stop-shop for online marketing, offering a comprehensive email marketing platform and powerful third party ad server, along with strategic programs from customer acquisition through retention.
Sylantro is the leading provider of IP Centrex and hosted communications software and applications, and leads the market in deployments.
The company leads the market in deployments, with more than 20 incumbent carriers, PTTs and next-generation service providers using the Sylantro platform directly or through Sylantro's indirect model.
Panasonic (NYSE:MC) leads the market for conventional microphones with a 27% share of the $571 million market in 2003, followed by Hosiden and BSE.
Through the innovations provided by the SANDWORKS Foundation Architecture, we were able to deliver a Layer 3 solution that leads the market in price while simultaneously incorporating the critical technologies that will help define the next generation of networks," said Praveen Mandel, vice president of engineering at Riverstone Networks.