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Leader

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

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.

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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He also developed a reputation in his rare solos for choosing nonstandard pieces, commenting: "I think it is my job as concertmaster to play the things the guests avoid.
The Right Touch ConcertMaster keyboard is available through Ingram Micro and Almo Distributing, and retailers nationwide.
Among the issues Heiles seeks to probe are the traits that distinguish concertmasters from section players and soloists, the musical training concertmasters receive, how power is shared between conductor and concertmaster, how authority develops between concertmaster and section players, the range of musical interests today's concertmasters have and whether their musical activities differ from their predecessors, and their tips for those aspiring to orchestral careers.
The finale brought up another double, as jockey George Baker, earlier successful on Concertmaster, was at his brilliant best again to get Sun Of The Sea home on the bridle.
1 -- color) Portola Middle School student Ben-Han Sung is concertmaster of the Los Angeles Unified School District's 97-member middle-school orchestra, even though the 14-year-old is about 90 percent deaf.
Truth be told, Park, who travels back and forth from Portland to play violin with the Eugene Symphony - she's also concertmaster - is her own greatest taskmaster.
MILWAUKEE -- A 300-year-old ''priceless'' Stradivarius violin was stolen from the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra's concertmaster during an armed robbery after a performance at a local Lutheran college, police said Tuesday.
And how better to exemplify this family atmosphere than with Beethoven's modest little Romance in G for Violin and Orchestra, CBSO concertmaster Laurence Jackson as soloist, commanding in multiple-stopping, lyrical of line, and utterly persuasive as to the merits of this delicate work.
PPO associate concertmaster Dino Decena is featured artist.
Tango Cash, owned by Rashid A Rahman Al Jassmi, trained by Omar Al Nesef and ridden by Ali Hassan, upset Concertmaster by a neck in another thrilling race to win the Shaikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa Cup, an open race, which also carried a cash prize of BD1,000.
Massent's 1894 foray into religious eroticism has a bountiful flow of lyrical French melody, but little of it except the famous "Meditation" (played exquisitely by concertmaster Terence Tam in Pacific Opera Victoria's season-opening production in October) is particularly memorable.
He also served as concertmaster of the Purdue Symphony Orchestra and the Butler Symphony Orchestra.