December 2004
Investment Dealers' Digest;12/6/2004, Vol. 70 Issue 47, p31
Trade Publication
This article presents the ranking of brokerage stocks, ranked according to their performance. The first firm in the ranking is Southwest Securities Group Inc. whose ticker symbol is SWS, % change is 7.972, year-to-date change is 23.258, 52 week low is 12.92 and 52 week high is 21.31. Friedman Billings Ramsey Group Inc. whose ticker symbol is FBR, % change is 7.822, year-to-date is -13.995, 52 week low is 15.02 and 52 week high is 28.70. First Albany Corp. whose ticker symbol is FACT, % change is 5.975, year-to-date change is -32.905, 52 week low is 8.20 and 52 week high is 15.95.


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