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Leader

A stock or group of stocks that is the first to move in a market upsurge or downturn.
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Leadership

The stocks with the highest trading volume over a given period of time. Leadership may give an indication of future market movements. That is, a large amount of interest in certain stocks may mean that the market will continue to be interested in them. Leadership may be either good or bad for the market. For example, poor leadership may result from too much speculation, while solid leadership comes from sustainable investing practices. It is also called market leadership.
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leader

An active stock that tends to lead the general market in price movements. For example, strength and activity may have made a stock a leader in a recent upward market movement.
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One point agenda is the release of the leaders," Trivedi added.
" Sin of Sloth.Cohen writes: "For the leader, the sin of sloth is associated with an unwillingness to act.
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Through their relationships and the connections a leader builds, the leader enables and empowers others and brings out their best efforts.
As Hoyer points out, discord between the leader and the whip is nothing new, and previous leadership teams have overcome it to work together effectively.
Examples include slandering persons with whom the leader has differences, betraying confidences, intimidating, and not speaking truthfully.
As noted in the November issue of University Business, the leader is responsible for the initial vision that guides the formation of the initial team.
The leader's task is to align leadership, strategies and employees with the solid pillar called vision and have them anchored on a firm foundation of values and culture.
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And Mr Bourne then attends the Leader's Group with Iain Duncan Smith, the Conservative leader, and party leaders from the European Parliament and House of Lords.