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Charlotte sun herald

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Charlotte sun herald
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Charlotte sun herald (Charlotte Harbor, Fla. : 1995)
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Sun herald
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Charlotte Harbor, FL
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Sun Coast Media Group- Robert E. Lee - Publisher - Jim Gouvellis - Executive Editor
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Newspapers -- Charlotte Harbor (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Charlotte County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Charlotte -- Port Charlotte
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26.966141 x -82.068026

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Also issued on microfilm from Crest Technologies.
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Vol. 103, no. 225 (Aug. 13, 1995)-
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"An edition of The Sun Herald."

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University of Florida
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Sun herald (Charlotte Harbor, Fla. : Charlotte ed.)

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Missed school could lead to By LAUREN COFFEY STAFF WRITER WHY DO STUDENTS SKIP SCHOOL? According to a study done by Get Schooled, a non profit, 15,000 students responded to an online survey about why they generally miss school: € 79 percent of students said I wasnt feeling well € 40 percent of students said I had obligations with my family € 21 percent said I didnt feel like it € 17 percent of students said I didnt do my homework/study for a test € 10 percents of student said I didnt have a ride Broken down further, 95 percent of those surveyed said their parents are largely aware of when they miss school. However, that number drops to 84 percent when it comes to students who miss the most school. Many added they believe teachers are less likely to notice: only 66 percent say at least one teacher notices when they are absent. Source: Attendance Works Unexcused absences could lead to no diploma, arevoked license or even jail time for parents Missing school could lead to a decrease in grades, no diploma and „ for the parents of the absent student „ truancy could lead to jail. The North Port Police Department alone has made four truancy arrests on parents within the last year whose children have been habitually truant.Ž State law de“nes that as at least 15 unexcused absences in 90 days. The fact is, the laws the law,Ž North Port Police Department spokesperson Josh Taylor said. The police department doesnt afford the ability to enforce whatever laws they want...(truancy arrests) dont happen often. Wed much rather have our kids go to school, but when youre presented with the issue, you have to do your obligation.Ž The most recent arrests were Tuesday „ for Terra Jacobsen, 38, and William Jacobsen Jr., 39, both of North Port. They were arrested after their son allegedly missed more than 30 days this school year. The district made repeated attempts to contact the parents, including sending a letter, having a truancy of“cer show up to their house, speaking on the phone and scheduling a joint meeting, which neither parent attended. They both are out on $3,000 bond each. In Charlotte County, once a student misses 10 percent of school days „ for example, having two unexcused absences within 20 days „ teachers step in. In Sarasota County, truant is considered “ve unexcused absences within the month. In both districts, staffers make extensive efforts to speak with parents, which includes letters, phone calls, meetings and house visits. Chantal Phillips, director of Intervention and Dropout Prevention Services for Charlotte County Public Schools, said no parents in the Charlotte County district have ever been arrested for a truant child. As a last effort, the parents and school staff meet with the State Attorney. MISSED | 4 SARASOTA „ North Port and Venice students may have a new high school option in the near future „ one that could end with an associate degree as they graduate senior year. State College of Florida submitted an application to open a new collegiate school on its Venice campus tucked away in West Villages. The college currently operates a Collegiate School on its Bradenton campus that serves ninth through 12th grades. SCF wants to replicate the school on the Venice campus for the 2019-20 school year. Students who attend the school in Bradenton graduate with a high school diploma and an associate degree upon completion. The school model has students in ninth and 10th grade taking regular high school classes, before transitioning into college work in 11th and 12th grade. During their junior and senior years, theyll be fully enrolled as SCF students, working toward their associate degree. It is similar to a Punta Gorda school tied to Florida SouthWestern College. Florida SouthWestern Collegiate High School opened in 2009. SCF-Venice wants to start collegiate schoolBy ALEXANDRA HERRERA STAFF WRITER SCHOOL | 4OSPREY „ An Englewood man died Thursday after he was ejected from his truck when it veered off the road and ”ipped near Interstate 75. His girlfriend, who was in the truck, was hospitalized. At 3:11 a.m., 21-year-old Rodney RoccoŽ Farr Jr., and his girlfriend Aysha Sisson, 26, both of Englewood, were driving north on State Road 681 in Osprey, toward the entrance ramp onto Interstate 75, according to a report from the Florida Highway Patrol. Farr, driving his 2004 Chevy Avalanche pickup, lost control on a curve and overcompensated. The truck went off the road and into some palmetto bushes, and tumbled over. Farr, who was not wearing a seat belt, was flung from the truck, the report states. Sisson was still in the truck. The couple and the truck stayed in the same spot for two hours, until a Sarasota County Sheriffs deputy spotted the crash scene at about 5:15 a.m. Sisson of Grove City, was taken to Sarasota Memorial Hospital where she was in critical condition Thursday afternoon. The FHP report said she was not wearing a seatbelt. Sissons mother Marta Morgan had become worried about the couple and put out a message on Facebook asking anyone with information to call her Thursday morning. Morgan hadnt heard from the couple after she received a phone message in the early morning hours from Farr saying he thought his legs were broken and he didnt know where he was. Neither answered the phone after Morgan tried calling each of them back. She called hospitals to see if the couple was admitted. She went to Sissons home and saw the TV was on and didnt Englewood man killed in truck crashBy ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH COMMUNITY NEWS EDITORCRASH | 4In dramatic testimony, two patients who treat their debilitating diseases with marijuana testi“ed in court Wednesday that although they qualify to receive the drug legally, they are alive only because they break the law and smoke it. Diana Dodson of Levy County, who has HIV and neuropathy, and Cathy Jordan of Manatee County, who has Lou Gehrigs disease, urged Leon County Circuit Court Judge Karen Gievers to overturn the states ban on smoking medical marijuana, arguing that the forms the state allows doesnt go them any good. In 86, I was given three to “ve years to live and Im still here,Ž said Jordan, 68, seated in a wheelchair in the front of the court, her voice scratchy and weak from her ailment. She testi“ed that to treat her disease, she breaks the law and grows the plants in her backyard. She said that she cant do ediblesŽ „ a form of medical marijuana that is allowed in Florida „ because they cause terrible, terrible muscle pain in my stomachŽ and vaping, the alternative to smoking, makes her gag. Smoking, however, increases her appetite, dries her excess saliva, and calms her muscles, she said. It just makes my life a lot more bearable.Ž Jordan, who has been on a crusade to legalize medical marijuana since she was diagnosed with her disease 31 years ago, said her doctors are not concerned about the risks associated with smoking because Im still alive.Ž Gievers asked Jordan if she would obtain marijuana legally if smoking wasnt banned by law. Thats why I joined this case,Ž Jordan replied.Why cant patients smoke marijuana in Florida? Attorney John Morgan pushes for answers in courtBy MARY ELLEN KLAS and ELIZABETH KOHTIMES/HERALD BUREAUSMOKE | 4North Port, Venice students would have new option for high school FARR MORGANCALL US AT941-206-1000CHARLOTTE SUN Pulitzer Prize winner2 0 1 6 AN EDITION OF THE SUNVOL. 126 | NO. 138AMERICAS BEST COMMUNITY DAILY Showers and thunderstormsHigh 86 Low 70$1.50 www.yoursun.comTodays weather:www.yoursun.comFIND US ONLINE CHARLIE SAYS ...Im too cool to skip school 705252000258Daily Edition $1.50 Friday, May 18, 2018 INSIDE TODAY: HURRICANE PREPARATION GUIDEPrepare now to stay safe this hurricane season. Visit the Hurricane and Business Expo on Saturday at the Charlotte Harbor Event & Conference Center. 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Dearborn St., Englewood North Port: 941-429-3000 13487 Tamiami Trail, North Port DeSoto: 863-494-0300 or toll-free at 877-818-6204 108 S. Polk Avenue, Arcadia LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSThe fourth annual Bridging the GapŽ march will be held in downtown Punta Gorda on Saturday morning. The goal of the walk is to emphasize a continued need for peace, justice and community unity. The Charlotte County Community Task Force „ the organization that runs the event „ was formed in 2015 by the NAACP Branch 5093, the Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ce, the Punta Gorda Chief of Police, the Charlotte County Public Schools Superintendent and many more signi“cant public “gures, including local clergy. On Saturday, event-goers will walk from the Justice Center to New Operation Cooper Street, Inc. in Punta Gorda to commemorate our best traditions and highest aspirations for peace, justice and community unity,Ž according to spokesperson Zelda Smith. The march will begin at 9 a.m., and police will assist in all busy crossing to ensure public safety, according to Smith. Outside New Operation Cooper Street, speakers, including School Board member Kim Amontree and First Macedonian Missionary Baptist Church pastor the Rev. Carl Brooks, will be invited to address the audience. Guests are invited to stay for free food, music and vendors until 2 p.m. We in Punta Gorda and Charlotte County are blessed to enjoy much peace and harmony. However, we cannot take our good state for granted. It takes wisdom, hard work and dedication to protect and uphold our communitys march towards a better future,Ž according to a Bridge the Gap press release. We invite all our citizens, congregations, civic organizations, community leaders and people of good will to come together without partisanship and pledge ourselves to peace, justice and community unity.Ž For all those interested, the event begins at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Charlotte County Court House in Punta Gorda.Email: kgleason@sun-herald.com Bridging the gap: Peace and unity walk scheduled for weekendBy KAYLA GLEASONSTAFF WRITER ENGLEWOOD „ Sarasota County health of“cials issued a no swimŽ order from Manasota Beach in Englewood all the way to Siesta Key, due to excessive bacteria levels. Englewood Beach on Manasota Key and other public beaches in Charlotte County were all deemed safe by health department of“cials. When these bacteria are found at high levels in recreational waters, there is a risk that some people may become ill,Ž warned DOHSarasota Environmental Administrator Tom Higginbotham in a prepared statement Thursday. People especially those who are very young, elderly or who have a weak immune system who swallow water while swimming can get stomach or intestinal illnesses,Ž Higginbotham said. If water comes in contact with a cut or sore, people can get infections or rashes.Ž Of“cials detected unacceptable levels of enterococcus bacteria in water samples collected in Sarasota County Thursday. The (public) beaches remain open, however, wading, swimming and water recreation is not recommended as long as there is an advisory in place,Ž health of“cials cautioned Thursday. Signs warning the public not to swim or go in the water will stay in place until follow-up water testing results meet the Environmental Protection Agencys recreational water quality standard. The Florida Department of Health in Sarasota County expects to have the next round of test results available today. Enterococcus bacteria comes from a variety of natural and humanmade sources. Sources can include the feces of pets, livestock, birds and other wildlife. Stormwater runoff, human sewage from failed septic systems or sewage spills can also cause high bacteria counts. The rapid response teams from Sarasota County and the city of Venice have determined the cause of the elevated bacteria levels is likely due to natural sources,Ž health of“cials reported. No sewage spills have been reported within one mile of the beaches in the past month. According to the report Thursday, response teams detected wrack lines of decaying algae and shorebird activity. Wrack lines, which contain marine algae and a variety of marine organisms, provide food for shorebirds and wildlife; however, the wrack lines act as natural bacteria reservoirs. Recent heavy rains wash accumulated pollutants „ including bacteria from animal feces „ into local waters. Rough surf conditions can churn up sand from the bottom that will also affect water quality.Email: reilly@sun-herald.comNo swimming notice at Manasota BeachBy STEVE REILLYSTAFF WRITER SARASOTA COUNTY NO SWIM ORDERS:€ Manasota Key Beach € Venice Beach € Venice Fishing Pier Beach € Turtle Beach Siesta Key Construction can “nally begin at Punta Gordas new groundwater reverse osmosis water treatment plant. The almost decade-long project began in 2009 when the city began its engineering analysis for the RO plant. Now, with the guaranteed maximum price and project completion time set, construction company Wharton-Smith and the city can move forward with the project. This allows us to begin construction around the middle of next month,Ž said Billy Logan, senior project manager with WhartonSmith. This will be a two-year-long project.Ž Guaranteed maximum price is a type of legal agreement that sets a ceiling or maximum price for which a person or entity will pay for a certain project. That ceiling price for the RO Plant is $40,378,000, according to Tom Jackson, director for the Utilities, Wastewater, Water Distribution division. The GMP was set for the overall project, not just the plant construction, according to City Manager Howard Kunik. Southwest Florida Water Management District, known as Swiftmud, agreed to fund 50 percent of the original $32.2 million estimate. We fully plan ƒ to go back to the governing board with assistance from our lobbyist to ask (Swiftmud) to fund 50 percent of the remaining $8-plus million,Ž said Kunik. With the City Councils approval this week, city staff can now follow through with Swiftmud, as well. Kunik said they are also waiting for a sign-off from the state revolving loan fund for the project. Weve been using a low-interest loan to cover (the citys) portion and we will pay back the debt service over time. We are ready to go ready to get started on construction and get this thing done.Ž The new facility will be located adjacent to the existing Shell Creek Water Treatment Plant at 38100 Washington Loop Road. The ultra-pureŽ RO water will be blended with the other plants water, said Jackson. In reverse osmosis water treatment, membranes are used to remove excess minerals, salts and other impurities. The new facility will allow the city meet the Total Dissolved Solids limit, according to Jackson. It is an alternative water supply to the Shell Creek plant that is more drought resistant.Ž TDS is made up of inorganic salts, as well as a small amount of organic matter, according to safewater.org. The common inorganic salts can include calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium „ which are all cations „ and carbonates, nitrates, bicarbonates, chlorides and sulfates. Cations are positively charged ions. Safewater.org noted that a high concentration of dissolved solids is usually not a health hazard and that mineral water often has naturally elevated levels of dissolved solids. 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Page 4 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 18, 2018 FROM PAGE ONEThe lawsuit against the state was brought last July by Orlando attorney John Morgan, who spearheaded and “nanced the successful campaign to make medical access to cannabis a constitutional right. He “led suit on behalf of the patients and two advocacy organizations asking the court to invalidate the law passed by the Florida Legislature and signed by Gov. Rick Scott to implement the amendment because it violates the intent of the constitutional amendment passed by voters in 2016. The trial Wednesday lasted three hours and ended with Gievers promising a swift ruling because of what she considered the time urgencyŽ of the case. She also said she expects her decision is likely to be appealed. Florida voters approved Amendment 2 authorizing the use of marijuana as a medical treatment for people with debilitating medical conditions, with 71 percent voting yes. But lawmakers limited its scope by directing patients who qualify to obtain medical marijuana to use only oils, sprays, tinctures, vaping and edibles. Lawmakers excluded smoking as a method for medical treatment, arguing that smoking would be a backdoor attemptŽ at allowing recreational use. Morgan, who calls Jordan a Florida heroŽ for her relentless crusade argued that banning smoking as a method of using medical marijuana amounted to trampling on the intentions of voters who voted for the constitutional amendment. Today we saw a woman, literally “ghting for her life, hoping to be able to smoke marijuana to be able to dry up her saliva so she doesnt choke and die on her own spit,Ž Morgan said after the trial ended. The State of Florida, who is here to protect our lives, is in fact trying to take her life „ and so many like her, and so many who will be like her.Ž Jon Mills, attorney for the plaintiffs, said the de“nition voters approved included all types of medical marijuana, including ”owers, which is smokeable marijuana. The Constitution of the State of Florida promised the ability of people with debilitating conditions to seek treatment through medical marijuana, including smokeable medical marijuana,Ž he said. If the state is able to prohibit smokeable marijuana, why shouldnt they be able to prohibit vaping? Why shouldnt they be able to prohibit edibles? Why shouldnt they be able to prohibit medical marijuana?Ž Rachel Nordby, the lawyer for the state, argued that the implementing law is entirely consistentŽ with the Constitution because the state has a role in setting parameters and it can absolutely base those parameters on health and safety concerns.Ž The Legislature here has enacted a law that embodies reasonable safety concerns of medical use,Ž she said, adding that it contem plated that it was making the ”ower form available through vaping.Ž This case is not about what is or what is not marijuana,Ž she said. What this case is about is the permissible plain uses of marijuana.Ž Here, there are no material facts in dispute,Ž she said, adding that plaintiffs lacked standing in the case because the members of the advocacy group People United for Medical Marijuana did not authorize the lawsuit and Dodson had not obtained a doctors permission to use marijuana. Morgan, whose younger brother was paralyzed at as teenage lifeguard after a diving accident, believes that smoking is a medically effective and ef“cient wayŽ to administer the active chemicals in cannabis for patients. He poured more than $4 million into the campaign to pass the amendment and is now bankrolling the lawsuit. Dodson told the court that she used medical marijuana in California after she couldnt keep other medications down for her symptoms. She said she has used all forms of cannabis, including oils and vaping. Smoked cannabis works best for me,Ž she testi“ed. Its easier to get the amount that I need and I dont get too much in my system.Ž She said that vaping is about 50 percent less effective and you had to ingest quite a bit more.Ž Depending on the preparation, oils are less easy to control, she said. Jordan said doctors have told her that her lungs are at 78 percent, which is unheard of for ALS patientŽ and she credits it to smoking marijuana for 30 years. She said she suggested once to her doctors that she quit for three to four days to see what happened and they told her not to because it might bring on problems that could not be reversed. Morgan, who uses the hashtag #NoSmokeIsAJoke, argues that the legislative claim has been a bogus argument from Day 1,Ž and that if legislators were truly interested in keeping the public safe from smoking, they would have taxed tobacco to the hilt.Ž Ben Pollara, treasurer for People United for Medical Marijuana who managed the successful campaign to pass the amendment, testi“ed that the amendment contemplated that it would allow patients to smoke marijuana. I dont think we considered anything otherwise,Ž he said. The Department of Healths Of“ce of Medical Marijuana Use, which is tasked with enforcing and overseeing the laws implementation, has been dogged by delays in getting the measure working for patients. Among the problems have been a backlog in identi“cation cards for patients and slowdowns in approving dispensing licenses and promulgating various regulations. The of“ce has also struggled to roll out guidelines on a variety of issues related to the new law, including edibles. The of“ces head, Christian Bax, has blamed the delays in part on lawsuits and administrative challenges, although the of“ce also failed to respond to questions from a joint committee of lawmakers for months. The silence frustrated lawmakers during the legislative session so much that they voted in the upcoming years budget to hold back $1.9 million in salaries and bene“ts to pressure it to move faster on implementing parts of the law. If Morgans lawsuit prevails, the state Department of Health would be tasked with writing rules regarding the new directive.SMOKEFROM PAGE 1 During Tuesdays Sarasota County Schools Board workshop, SCF of“cials presented plans for Venice campus school. SCF Collegiate School in Bradenton chief Kelly Monad said the plan is to begin with 12th grade for the “rst year. In the second year, the school will add 11thgraders; by the third year, 10th-graders and by the fourth year, ninth-graders, she said. There would be no requirements for ninthgraders entering the school and only minor requirements for those entering in 10th grade. Students in 11th and 12th grade would be required to have a 3.0 GPA and have passed the postsecondary education readiness test. PERT is used for college placement. School Board member Shirley Brown expressed concern about how the school will reach families and how students will get to school. The initial recruitment will be for students who met the 3.0 (GPA),Ž Monad said. She said information sessions are all-access and in multiple languages. With the school opening on the SCF Venice campus, the goal is to reach minority and “rst-generation families, speci“cally in the North Port area. Monad also said the plan for its “rst year is seniors and in its second year juniors who typically have cars. For transportation, we wont have it right away but well offer busing to ninth and 10th-graders,Ž Monad said. There are plans to offer bus passes to juniors and seniors. The School Board applauded the SCF of“cials and the concept „ especially its location in the West Villages where more growth is expected. The Sarasota County School Board will meet at 6:30 p.m. on June 5 for its regular board meeting in The Board Chambers, 1980 Landings Blvd., Sarasota. Meetings are broadcast live on The Education Channel, Comcast channel 20 and Frontier channel 33, as well as streamed on the districts website www. sarasotacountyschools.net. Email: aherrera@sun-herald.comSCHOOLFROM PAGE 1 RequirementsThere would be no requirements for ninth-graders entering the school and only minor requirements for those entering in 10th grade. Students in 11th and 12th grade would be required to have a 3.0 GPA and have passed the postsecondary education readiness test. PERT is used for college placement. think her daughter meant to be gone long, according to Morgans Facebook posts. After deputies found the victims, Morgan was noti“ed and went to the hospital. Friends of Farr were in shock Thursday. They remembered him as a guy who liked to have fun. He spent Mothers Day with Sisson. They posted fun photos of each other recently spending time together. Sisson also works locally. Morgan asked for prayers for everyone involved. Darcie Hoffman of Englewood called her friends death unfair. Rocco was a great young man, he just met the love of his life Aysha,Ž Hoffman said. Im so sorry. I hope Aysha pulls through.Ž Farr has relatives who live in New Jersey, so no arrangements have been made for his memorial service. Farrs dad Rodney wrote on his Facebook page, Today is the saddest day of my life my son Rocco died this morning in a terrible car accident.Ž The crash is under investigation.Email: eallen@sun-herald.com CRASHFROM PAGE 1 We have never had an arrest, I dont know that any of our law enforcement folks would even entertain arresting someone for truancy,Ž she said. Weve had meetings „ not many „ with the State Attorney. Normally things do get resolved after the initial meeting or after the State Attorney begins to threaten with prosecuting.Ž In Sarasota County, the protocol is a bit different. After 10 days of unexcused absence, a truancy specialist is sent to the house to see what is occurring. If the truancy continues, the district has attendance of“cers who will “ll out paperwork called a case staf“ng which is shown and explained to the parents after multiple other attempts to “x the issue. If the protocol is still not followed, the of“cer would “le a case staf“ng to give to a judge. My own personal feeling is we provide so many options to parents to educate their children, when theyre enrolled and not attending, its hard to be supportive of that because its gross miscommunication,Ž said Scott Singleton, a guidance counselor at Cranberry Elementary School in North Port. As for high school students, enforcing attendance can be tougher. Florida law states a child needs to attend school until they are 16. If they are under 18, they still need a parents permission to stop attending school altogether. Michelle Weir, assistant principal at Lemon Bay High School, stated its attendance data is sent directly to the DMV, and when a student becomes habitually truant, their drivers license is either taken away or not given to them until they have 30 days without an unexcused absence. Where weve done a lot of other interventions unsuccessfully, once (the license is) taken or pulled, weve got willing participants (to have a conversation),Ž she said. Thirty consecutive days for a student who is truant is a big deal. It breaks that pattern; staying home becomes a pattern of behavior.Ž For many school staffers, a major tactic to “ght truancy is simply reminding parents just what can happen if a student does not attend school. Weve been trying to educate parents,Ž Weir said, adding truancy at Lemon Bay High School has increased over the years. Attendance really is the No. 1 indicator of reading and math pro“ciency. At the high school, its the number one indicator of not completing high school. The more we share it, the more they hear it. At the ninth-grade level, that scares parents because no one wants their kid to drop out.Ž But school of“cials generally approach truancy differently when it comes to age groups, who usually have different reasons for not attending school. At the elementary level, our interventions are more focused on “nding out whats going on with the family and parent,Ž Phillips said. Versus in high school, it is more about the individual student. Of course were working with parents, but by then kids make up their own mind (on attending school).Ž But despite a parent possibly not pushing their child to go to school, they would stay with their parents unless their parent is arrested for truancy. If a parent is arrested, and there are no concerns of abuse or neglect, the children would go with family members or other guardians that the parent assigns,Ž stated Natalie Harrell, communications director for the Suncoast Region of the Florida Department of Children and Family, in an email. Only in instances where a child has no other family members (aunts/uncles, grandparents, adult cousins, adult siblings) or guardians (family friends assigned guardianship by the parent) available would we get involved to “nd placement for the child.Ž Many of the school of“cials could not immediately state if truancy has gone up or down in school over recent years. However, they all had a passion for ensuring the students are getting to school as often as possible. The state holds us accountable for the education of children and we cant educate them if theyre not here,Ž Singleton said. It re”ects on the teachers grade, the school grade, and that can affect our funding. As long as the state is holding those measures as a way of being accountable in education, it seems we need some accountability for parents to have their children here.ŽEmail: lcoey@sun-herald.com MISSEDFROM PAGE 1MONITORING STUDENT ABSENCES Florida law states a habitual truancyŽ is 15 unexcused absences in 90 days. However, both Sarasota and Charlotte County school officials state it is important to intervene before that point, when oftentimes it is too late. The work we do is not waiting to see if youre truant; thats too late,Ž said Chantal Williams, director of Intervention and Dropout Prevention Services for the Charlotte County Public Schools. What were are looking at is chronic absences and research shows if you miss 10 percent or more of school, youre at risk. So we monitor those who miss 10 percent or more, to begin interventions earlier on. Thats new to us, were kind of in the second year of following that different protocol.Ž For Sarasota County, there are several definitions they look at when it comes to truancy. A student is considered truant if they have five unexcused absences in a calendar month, or 10 unexcused absences within a 90 days. Habitual truancy is the state law definition, of 15 unexcused absences within 90 days. While teachers take note of their students absences, the districts have different monitoring systems to help. Sarasota County has attendance workers which compile case staffings monitoring truant students. Charlotte County have school social workers, which are part of district attendance committees. Bridging the GapThe fourth annual Walk for Peace, Justice and Community Unity, will be held Saturday, May 19. In 2015, the Charlotte County Community Task Force, organized by NAACP Br. 5093, the Charlotte County Sheriff, the Punta Gorda Chief of Police, the Superintendent of Public Schools, city and county government of“cials, area clergy, community leaders and organizations, and other dedicated citizens, decided to symbolically walk from the Justice Center to New Operation Cooper Street, Inc. in Punta Gorda to commemorate our best traditions and highest aspirations for peace, justice and community unity. All citizens, congregations, civic organizations, community leaders, and people of good will are encouraged to come together without partisanship on Saturday, May 19, and pledge to peace, justice and commu nity unity. The walk will be begin at 9 a.m. at the Justice Center, 350 E. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda and end at New Operation Cooper Street, Inc., 650 Mary St., Punta Gorda. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Unity March Program will take place outside at New Operation Cooper Street, Inc. The program will include speakers from the Charlotte County Sheriff, the Punta Gorda Chief of Police, the Superinten dent of Public Schools, city and county government of“cials, area clergy, community leaders and organizations, and other dedicated citizens. In addition, there will be free food as well as vendors.Run to the WallAmerican Legion Riders, Post 103, will sponsor a Run to the Wall of Southwest Florida on Sunday, May 27, at Veterans Park, 200 Harbor Walk Drive, Punta Gorda. Arrive by 12:30 p.m. for program and patriotic music to honor our Veterans and remember the fallen. The event is open to motorcycles, cars, bicycles, roller skates and walkers. There are several con“rmed meet and run start locations. An after party will be held at Post 103 immediately following. For more information, call 941-8758444 or email RuntotheWallofSWFL@ aol.com.North Port veteran job fair to be heldThe City of North Port, Veteran Community Resource, and CareerSource Suncoast have partnered together to present to all the veterans of the North Port Area:, the 2018 North Port Veteran Job Fair. The job fair will be held from 9 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, May 23, at the Morgan Family Community Center, 6207 W. Price Blvd. Over 20 employers and service organizations will be in attendance. Listing of participants may be found at careersourcesuncoast. com/events. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS

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The Sun /Friday, May 18, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 5 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS CHARLOTTE Vernon Jay Drew Sr.Vernon Jay Drew Sr., 92, of Punta Gorda, Florida, died Tuesday, May 15, 2018, at home. Vernon was born Nov. 23, 1925, in Buffalo, New York, to Joseph W. and Lillian M. (ne Parkhurst) Drew. He moved to Punta Gorda with his parents as a child from Georgia in 1936. He attended Charlotte High School in Punta Gorda and from there he later became a veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Navy from 1943-1946. Vernon worked at Punta Gorda State Bank from 1948-1954. The bank changed their name to First National Bank in Punta Gorda and their location in 1955 and he continued to work there until 1969. His position was vice president and cashier. He later decided to go to work for H. D. Rutledge & Son located in Fort Myers. He is a dedicated member of Tri-City Baptist Church of Port Charlotte. He is survived by his loving family, his wife of 49 years, Patricia PattiŽ A. Drew of Punta Gorda; a daughter, Gerry Marie (Mark) Collins of Port Charlotte, Florida; two sons, Vernon Jay (Elizabeth) Drew Jr. of Valrico, Florida, and Jason Patrick (Deborah Ann) Drew of Port Charlotte; several grandchildren; and great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Monday, May 21, 2018, at Roberson Funeral Home, Punta Gorda Chapel. Pastor Jay Sheppard will of“ciate. Visitation for family and friends will be held from 10 a.m. until 11 a.m. Monday at the funeral home. Interment with military honors by the U.S. Navy will follow at Charlotte Memorial Gardens, 9400 Indian Spring Cemetery Road, Punta Gorda. Memorial contributions in lieu of ”owers may be made to: Tri-City Baptist Church, 24058 Heritage Place, Port Charlotte, FL 33980. Friends may visit online at www. robersonfh.com to extend condolences to the family. Arrangements are by Roberson Funeral Home, Punta Gorda Chapel.Millicent Muir GreyMillicent Muir Grey, 89, of Punta Gorda, Florida, passed away on Thursday, May 10, 2018. Arrangements are by Charlotte Memorial Funeral Home, Cemetery and Crematory. Pay respects at www. charlottememorial.com. Carl SubriziCarl Subrizi, 75, of Punta Gorda, Florida, passed away on Monday, May 7, 2018. Arrangements are by Charlotte Memorial Funeral Home, Cemetery and Crematory. Pay respects at www. charlottememorial.com.ENGLEWOOD Harold B. HartHarold B. Hart, 88, of Rotonda West, Florida, passed quietly on Sunday, May 6, 2018. He was born on Nov. 4, 1929, to Harold Bernard and Genevieve Marie Hart of Elmira, New York. He is survived by his wife of more than 45 years, Marian. A private memorial service will be held at Lemon Bay Funeral Home. Harold will be buried with full military honors at Sarasota National Cemetery. Arrangements are by Lemon Bay Funeral Home and Cremation Services.June A. LekonJune A. Lekon, 88, passed away in Ohio on Monday, April 30, 2018. June was born on June 12, 1929, in Cleveland, Ohio. She worked at Warner & Swasey in Cleveland. June moved to Florida in 1973, where she lived on Pennsylvania Avenue in Grove City, Florida. She was a frequent shopper at all the thrift stores. She would help support the Suncoast Humane Society due to her love for all animals and enjoyed early morning walks. She was known as Aunt June. June is loved and missed by all her family. She is survived by her sister, Linda McKosky; and her many nieces; nephews; and family here and in Ohio. She was preceded in death by her parents, Michael and Lucille Lekon; sisters, Phyllis Retino and Arlene Kalin; and brother, James Lekon.NORTH PORT David P. CernigliaDavid P. Cerniglia, 55, of North Port, FL passed away May 13. 2018. He was born April 12, 1963 in Queens, NY to Phillip and Emily Cerniglia. David was an amazing husband, father, grandfather and step-father who was known as Super Dave to everyone he worked with. David did Stucco work in the county for many years. He eventually left the stucco business and soon found his dream job. David helped run a company, M&C Assemblies, whose employees assembled products for Home Depot, Lowes and other stores. Eventually becoming the Operations ManagerŽ David became a valuable and much loved member of this team. He made hundreds of friends along the way. This was a job that he loved with all his heart for people who loved him back just as much. In addition to his job, David spent his spare time making craft items to sell at Art and Craft shows all over Florida. He was the inventor of the Sea Shell Oil LampŽ which have been sold all over the world. He is survived by his wife of nine years, Susan McNichol, his son Joseph Cerniglia and his wife Stephanie; his daughter Alannah Cerniglia and her partner Jordan Brown, and his two grandsons, Antonio and Julius. David is also survived by his step-daughter Angela McKamey and her daughters Graci McKamey, Rhiannon Ledoux, her husband Robert, Jesse Tyler King and her partner Josh Carter. He is also survived by his mother, Emily Cerniglia, his brother Craig Cerniglia and his wife Beth and their children. The family will receive friends from 12 noon till 2:00pm, Sunday, May 20, 2018 at the Kays-Ponger & Uselton Funeral Home, 2405 Harbor Blvd, Port Charlotte, FL 33952. The Celebration of Life Service will follow at 2:00pm at the funeral home. Please visit kaysponger.com to leave the family your thoughts, memories and condolences on the online guestbook.DESOTOThere were no deaths reported in DeSoto Thursday. OBITUARIES OBITUARY POLICY Obituaries are accepted from funeral homes only. An abbreviated death notice can be published for $30. Full obituaries and repeat death notices will be subject to an advertising charge. Obituaries must be received by 2 p.m. for Tuesday through Saturday publication. For Sunday through Monday publication deadline is 3p.m. Friday. In Loving Memories must be received by 2 p.m. for Tuesday through Friday publication. For Saturday through Monday publication deadline is noon on Friday. The American ag accompanying an obituary indicates a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces. Please send emails to obituaries@sunletter.com. SARASOTA „ In late April, Pine View parents received word three upper level math courses would not be available on campus. The classes removed were part of dualenrollment offerings at Pine View. The classes were taught by Pine View teachers with some of the practices questioned by SCF President Carol Probstfeld. In letters exchanged in March between Probstfeld and Sarasota County Schools Superintendent Todd Bowden, there were concerns “nal exams for Pine View students were given in advance. There was also an issue with reporting of dual enrollment classes on transcripts. Pine Views administrative staff contacted SCFs accreditation provider. In the letters, Probstfeld and Bowden agreed to work together to “nd a solution. While the district and SCF work to “nd that solution, the classes will be removed from the Pine View campus for the 2018-19 school year. Students will have several other options to obtain college credit. About 40 Pine View parents were upset about the changes for the upcoming school year, according to documents obtained by the Sun. Pine View Principal Stephen Covert said students are taking advanced placement classes in place of the dual enrollment courses. Its garnered interest,Ž Covert said. Weve made sure they are connected with USF, UF or SCF.Ž While three math courses have been removed from the campus, the students have the option to take dual enrollment either online, or in person on SCFs campus. Sarasota County is also one of 11 districts in the state that offers online dual enrollment through the University of Florida. Executive Director of High Schools Steve Cantees said SCF made the choice to remove the courses from Pine Views campus. Cantees said one of the issues was the course was offered for the full year instead of per semester. Typically, college campus classes are offered per semester and Pine View was offering the upper level math courses during the entire year. The three courses pulled were discrete math, differential equations and calculus III. The courses are still offered to Pine View students on SCFs campus. They feel like because the high level of those courses, they have a challenge controlling the quality of them on their own campus,Ž Cantees said. Bowden said while the district doesnt agree with the changes, they understand it is SCFs institution and coursework. We will go back to SCF, they have agreed to some ”exibility,Ž Bowden said. Cantees hopes theyll be able to offer the classes in a year taught by Pine View teachers. Cantees doesnt think the math courses will be back onto the campus, but freshman English composition courses taken in the Florida college and university system. Bowden and said while he doesnt expect the Pine View teachers to teach the course, there is an opportunity for SCF to send instructors to Pine View. The parents are rightfully so concerned,Ž Cantees said. One of the concerns shared by Pine View parents and staff is the lack of data presented by SCF on the grading discrepancies. School Board Vice Chair Jane Goodwin said she requested data „ so far to no avail. Ive seen no data and we wont get it, (not) everything is shared,Ž Goodwin said. She said her concerns going forward are to make sure juniors and seniors were taking the courses they needed. Cantees said students who take AP courses will not be affected, and Pine View had added more AP courses to accommodate the interest. SCF has been working with Pine View and the school district according to Cantees. Ninthand 10th-grade students at Pine View who want to take the online courses can do that,Ž Cantees said. Its not in the articulation agreement with SCF to allow that, but for the 2018-19 school year the students will be allowed to take the classes, according to Cantees. They have the same access, maybe more because of what Pine View has offered in the past,Ž Cantees said. Email: aherrera@sun-herald.comPine View students can continue dual enrollment off campusBy ALEXANDRA HERRERA STAFF WRITER As a group gathers Sunday at the cemetery to remember twins who died from drowning, some will have the same horri“c experience as the toddlers father Paul DeMello. I have good days and bad where I just miss my boys so much,Ž said DeMello, who founded the Just Against Children Drowning Foundation after his sons Joshua and Christian died in 2010. They broke through the baby gate at their grandparents Port Charlotte home and were found by their mother, ”oating face-down in the pool. The foundation raises awareness, pays for infant swimming lessons and installs free pool safety fences to families in the welfare system or who lost a child who drowned. For the past six years, the foundation sponsors a motorcycle run to raise money for swimming lessons. This years event begins at 11 a.m. Sunday, beginning at the Walmart, 375 Kings Highway, Port Charlotte. The bike route travels to Restlawn Memorial Garden on Forrest Nelson Boulevard, Port Charlotte, to Englewood Beach (the scenic route), and ends at Sharkys Restaurant in Venice. The cost is $15 per biker and $5 for passengers. This year, in addition to raf”e prizes, the foundation will draw for a custom chopper. Tickets are $25 with all of the proceeds going to the foundation. The winner will be announced at Sharkys. DeMello said the foundation has paid for dozens of swimming lessons through a partnership with the Port Charlotte YMCA. I would like to form partnerships with Englewood and North Port YMCAs to help more children learn to swim,Ž he said. I install baby gates at peoples houses, but quite often its after a near-drowning or a child has drowned. Im doing my best to spread the word about drowning prevention. Its still a huge issue in this region.Ž The foundation hopes more motorcycle riders will sign up or show up for the run Sunday. Last year, about 100 bikers participated. DeMello said the fun ride is a bit different than typical poker runs because this one is more family-orientated. We see families who have lost a child to a drowning,Ž he said. Some ”y in from out of state to support the ride. My son Christians organs were donated (in 2010) to a woman who is there all of the time. She had a child a couple of years ago so we get to reunite with her. Its about unity and fellowship.Ž For more information on the foundation visit www.justagainst childrendrowning.org. To register for the fundraiser motorcycle ride call 941-626-7106 or email jacdinc@gmail. com.Email: eallen@sun-herald.comBikers needed for drowning prevention fundraiserBY ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICHCOMMUNITY NEWS EDITORVolunteer Mentors needed in Charlotte CountyAs a Volunteer Mentor with The Childrens Network of Southwest Florida you will provide general support to parents as well as assist them with basic budgeting, money management, and referrals to community resources. Your support will help ensure that parents meet the needs of their family with the goal of increasing self-suf“ciency and decreasing stress. The next meeting is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 9, at Childrens Network of“ce 19621 Cochran Blvd., Unit 4 Port Charlotte. For more information, contact Pamela Malik at 941-613-3937 or pmalik@cnsw”.org, to register for mentor training and learn more about the Mentoring For Success Program in Charlotte County. 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Page 6 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 18, 2018 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS To view todays legal notices and more visit, www.oridapublicnotices.com 3112 FICTITIOUS NAME 0 5/1 8 / 20 1 8 Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Backyard Clothing Co. located at 7387 Satsuma Dr. in the County of Charlotte in the City of Punta Gorda, Florida 33955 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Punta Gorda Florida this 16th day of May 2018 Publish 05/18/18 110833 3579270 Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Golden Mermaid Boutique located at 445 W. Dearborn St. in the County of Sarasota in the City of Englewood, Florida 34223 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Dripping Springs Texas, this 7th day of May 2018 Christine Ann Publish 05/18/18 110833 3577913 3119 NOTICE OF AUCTION E xtra S pace S torage w ill h o ld a public auction to sell personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the location indicated: 17960 Paulson Dr, Pt Charlotte, FL 33954, 6/6/18 at 12:30pm. Kimberly Anderson Home Goods Jamie Hill Furniture, Home Goods Erin Benitez Home Goods Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to com plete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property. Publish: May 18, 25, 2018 130345 3577830 Needanew Home? LookintheClassifieds! 3122 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 20TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO: 17000587CA FLORIDA OPPORTUNITY REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT, LLC, Plaintiff, vs. WILFREDO MILAN, et al, Defendants. ___________________________/ NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated May 9, 2018, entered in Civil Case No.: 17000587CA of the 20th Judicial Circuit in and for Charlotte County, Florida, Roger D. Eaton, Clerk of the Circuit Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at www.charlotte.realforeclose.com at 11:00 A.M. EST on the 9th day of July, 2014 the following described property as set forth in said Summary Final Judgment, towit: LOT 23, BLOCK 232, PORT CHARLOTTE SUBDIVISION SECTION EIGHT, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGES 16A THROUGH 16Z7, INCLUSIVE, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale Dated this16 day of May, 2018. ROGER D. EATON Clerk of the Circuit Court By: Thelma Connor Deputy Clerk IF YOU ARE AN INDIVIDUAL W ITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS AN ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN A COURT PROCEEDING, YOU A RE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT JON EMBURY, ADMINISTARTIVE SERVICES MANAGER, WHOSE OFFICE IS LOCATED AT 350 E. MARION AVENUE, PUNT A GORDA, FLORIDA 33950, AND WHOSE TELEPHONE NUMBER IS (941) 637-2110, AT LEAS T SEVEN (7) DAYS BEF ORE Y OUR SCHEDULED COURT A PPEARANCE OR IMMEDIATELY UPON RECEIVING THIS NOTIFICATION IF THE TIME BEFORE THE SCHEDULED APPEARANCE IS LESS THAN 7 DAYS; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL 711. Publish: 05/18/18 & 05/25/18 322180 3579325 3130 NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE : Stern & Bruns Garage gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these vehicles on 06/01/2018, 10:00 am at 1590 S McCall Road Englewood, FL 34223, pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. Stern & Bruns Garage reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. 1G2NV12E2YM859170 2000 PONTIAC Publish: MAY 18, 2018 108475 3575688 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE : Talon Towing and Transport LLC gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these vehicles on 06/04/2018, 10:00 am at 5085 Pan American Blvd North Port, FL 34287, pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. Talon Towing and Transport LLC reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. Y V1MS382972291495 2007 VOLVO Publish: MAY 18, 2018 357662 3578865 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t h at ANN STREET STORAGE at 209 E. ANN ST. PUNTA GORDA, FL 33950, will sell, or otherwise dispose of, the contents of the following unit(s) to satisfy delinquent amounts due and enforce a lien imposed under the FLORIDA SELF STORAGE ACT (section 83.80183.809). Sale will be conducted at the above address on Friday, June 8, 2018 at 10AM. All property for cash only in "as is" condition an d removed from the facility at the time of the sale. The following unit(s), containing personal prope rty such as items used in and around the home, garage, and/or workplace, and other misc. items may not be available at the time of the sale. We reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to cancel sale in the event of settlement w ith the obligated party(ies). Kathryn Bell, A17 desk, nightstand, misc. items. We reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to cancel sale in the event of settlement with the obligated party(ies) Publish: May 18, 25, 2018 129334 3579431 NOTICE OF LIEN SALE Extra Space Storage 2080 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte, FL 33948 Extra Space Storage will hold a public auction to sell personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed at the location indicated: Extra Space Storage facility located at 2080 Tamiami Trail, Port Charl otte, FL 33948. Wednesday June 6th, 2018 at 11:30 AM. 298 Carl Winters Furniture, 1 80ŽHDTV 3 32, 32, 50 HDTV Flat Screens … Household Items 54 Deborah Perry Household Goods 290 Jose Chanza Household Goods and Furniture 465 Melisha Forrest Household Goods 769 Roland Abair Bedroom, kingbed, 1 bedroom apartment 110 Kevin Bernard Interior Household Goods 51 Ashley Sweany King size bed Desk Boxes Purchases must be made with c ash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes posses sion of the personal property. Publish: 05/18/18, 05/25/18 327465 3578808 E xtra S pace S torage w ill h o ld a public auction to sell personal property described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the location indicated: 23215 Harborview Rd. Port Charlotte, FL 33980; 06/06/2018 at 10:30 AM Charles Bregg Organ Piano Idelolita Lola Scott Furniture, household, clothing Sheila Ann Holcroft Household, furniture Jessica Ringler Household items Stephen Macchi Furniture, household J anet Wright Furniture, household Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property. Publish: May 18, 25, 2018 111034 3578810 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE : Stern & Bruns Garage gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these vehicles on 06/01/2018, 10:00 am at 1590 S McCall Road Englewood, FL 34223, pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. Stern & Bruns Garage reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. WBADD6321WGT97608 1998 BMW Publish: MAY 18, 2018 1084753575669 3130 NOTICE OF SALE IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION MADISON HECM VI LLC, A DELAWARE LLC, Plaintiff, Case No.: 18000100CA Civil Division -vsTHE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR A GAINST DALE L. AUGERSON, DECEASED, et al., Defendants. ________________________/ NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure enterted in the abovestyled cause, in the Circuit Court of Charlotte County, Florida, described as: Lot 179, ROTONDA WEST, PEBBLE BEACH SUBDIVISION, according to the Plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 8, Pages 13A through 13L, of the Public Records of Charlotte County, Florida. at public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, online at www.charlotte.realforeclose.com at 11:00 a.m. on June 13, 2018. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN TEREST IN THE SURPLUS FUNDS FROM THIS SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAT THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PEN DENS, MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 45.031(1)(a), FLORID A STATUTES. DATED this 16TH day of May, 2018. ROGER D. EATON AS CLERK OF THE COURT By: Thelma Connor As Deputy Clerk IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY A CCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, A T NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT J ON EMBURY, ADMINISTRA T IVE SERVICES MANAGER, W HOSE OFFICE IS LOCATED A T 350 E. MARION AVENUE, PUNTA GORDA, FLORIDA 33950, AND WHOSE TELEPHONE NUMBER IS (941) 6372110, AT LEAST SEVEN (7) DAYS BEFORE YOUR SCHEDULED COURT APPEARANCE, OR IMMEDIATELY UPON RECEIVING THIS NOTIFICATION IF THE TIME BEFORE THE SCHEDULED APPEARANCE IS LESS THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR V OICE IMPAIRED, CALL 711. Publish: 05/18/18, 05/25/18 401194 3579287 3138 OTHER NOTICES IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CHARLOTTE COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA IN THE INTEREST OF: K.H. 11/05/2015 Minor Child JUVENILE DIVISION CASE NO.: 15-162-D-CJ THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:LEONARD DORRIS SUMMONS AND NOTICE You are hereby notified that an INVOLUNTARY PETITION under oath, a copy of which is attached hereto, has been filed in the above-styled Court for the TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS of the child. Y ou are commanded to appear before the Honorable Leigh Frizzell Hayes, Judge of the Circuit Court in Courtroom 4B of the Charlotte County Justice Center, 350 E. Marion Avenue, Punta Gorda, FL 33950on: Thursday, May 31, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR AT THIS ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF Y OUR CHILD. IF YOU FAIL TO A PPEAR ON THE DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE CHILD NAMED IN THE PETITION FOR TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS. Pursuant to Sections 39.804(4)(d) and 63.082(6)(g), Florida Statutes (2014), you are hereby informed of the availability of private placement with an adoption entity, as defined in Section 63.032(3), Florida Statutes (2012). W ITNESS BY HAND as the Clerk of Said Court and the seal thereof, this 04/30/2018. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA By: S Minimohn as Deputy Clerk AMERICAN WITH DISABILITES ACT In accordance with the American s With Disabilities Act persons needing a special accommodation to participate in this proceeding should contact the Senior Deput y 3138 OTHER NOTICES C ourt Administrator whose o ff ic e is located at 350 East Marion Av enue, Punta Gorda, Florid a 33950, telephone number (941 ) 637-2281; 1-800-955-8771 (TDD), or 1-800-955-8770(v), vi a Florida Relay Service, not late r than seven (7) days prior to th e proceeding. Publish: May 4, 11, 18, 25, 2018 396521 3575390 RE Q UE S T F O R QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) NO. 2018-001 RUNWAY 15-33 REHABILITATION AND EXTENSION CHARLOTTE COUNTY AIRPORT AUTHORITY The Charlotte County Airport Au thority (hereinafter, referred to as the Authority) is requesting qualifi cations from all interested and qualified firms to provide Profes sional Engineering Consultant Services for the Runway 15-33 Re habilitation and Extension Project (hereinafter, referred to as th e Project). As a consultant to the Authority, the services provided under this contract will be pursuant to Sect ion 287 Florida Statutes, as amended and the latest version of FAA Advisory Circular 150/510014E (Architectural, Engineering, and Planning Consultant Services for Airport Grant Projects). The services anticipated to be perf ormed under this contract include, but are not limited to: Preliminary Engineering Activities, Design Phase, Bidding Phase, Construction Phase, Project Closeout Phase, Land Surveying, Geotech, and Regulatory Permitting. A ll interested firms are advised that the project will be funded in part by an Airport Improvement Program grant, therefore typical Federal mandatory provisions will apply to the contact. Among these are: A ffirmative Action Buy American Civil Rights Davis Bacon Debarment and Suspension Disadvantaged Business Enter prise Foreign Trade Restrictions Lobbying Federal Employees Recovered Materials A full listing, along with the text of the referenced provisions, is in cluded in the complete Request for Qualifications Package. RFQ Due Date: June 20, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. Charlotte County Airport A uthority Mailed 28000 A-1 Airpor t Road, Punta Gorda, FL 33982 Hand delivered Administrative Offices, 8079 Golf Course Blvd., Punta Gorda, FL To request a complete Reques t for Qualifications Package email ahendren@flypgd.com or call 941-639-1101, ext 100, and reference RFQ 2018-001 … Runway 15-33 Rehabilitation and Extension Project. James Herston, Chair Publish: 05/18/2018 107763 3579297 GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Southwest Florida Water Manage ment District has received Environ mental Resource permit application number 763468 from GBT Realty Corporation, 910 Overlook Boulevard, Brentwood, TN 37027. Application received: A pril 09, 2018. Proposed activity: This application is for the modifi cation of an existing stormwater management system to serve an additional 2 commercial buildings for the Port Charlotte Marketplace development. Project size: 4.6 acres. Location: Section(s) 8, Township 40 South, Range 22 in Charlotte County. Outstanding Florida Water: no. Aquatic pre serve: no. The application is avail able for public inspection Monday through Friday at 7601 U.S. High way 301 North, Tampa, Florida 33637 or through the Application & Permit Search ToolsŽ function on the Districts website at www.watermatters.org/permits/. Interested persons may inspect a copy of the application and submit written comments concerning the application. Comments must in clude the permit application num ber and be received within 14 days from the date of this notice. If you wish to be notified of in tended agency action or an opportunity to request an administrative hearing regarding the application, you must send a written reques t referencing the permit application number to the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Regulation Bureau, 7601 U.S. Highw ay 301 North, Tampa, Florida 33637 or submit your request through the Districts website at www.watermatters.org. The District does not discriminate based on disability. Anyone requiring accommodation under the ADA should contact the Regulation Bu reau at (813)985-7481 or 1(800)836-0797, TDD only 1(800)231-6103. Publish: May 18, 2018 385383 3579136 The Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ce is asking for the publics help in locating an armedand-dangerous suspect. Salvatore Lacerenza, 33, is wanted on charges of armed burglary with battery, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, domestic battery by strangulation, false imprisonment and (felony) criminal mischief. Lacerenza reportedly entered the home of a woman known to him on the 4000 block of Gallo Street in Port Charlotte and attacked her in the shower. He allegedly pointed a small black semi-automatic handgun at her during the incident. Lacerenza ”ed the scene in a black Dodge pickup with Florida tag GAJC09. Anyone with information is asked to call the CCSO at 639-0013, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS. The Charlotte County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € Jason McRae Hillsman, 30, of Tampa. Charge: knowingly driving while license suspended or revoked. Bond: none. € Rebecca Crystal Kaylynn Mullins, 24, 15400 block of Lime Drive, Punta Gorda. Charges: two counts of violation of probation. Bond: none. € Kristie Allyce Miller, 33, 26100 block of Explorer Road, Punta Gorda. Charge: grand theft of property more than $300 but less than $5,000. Bond: $5,000. € Elton Dean OKelly, 55, 30 block of Organ St., Punta Gorda. Charge: out of county warrant. Bond: none. € Matthew Blake Lang, 28, 1600 block of Abscott St., Port Charlotte. Charges: failure to appear and three underlying charges. Bond: none. € Nicole Patricia Walton, 47, 700 block of Neptune St., Port Charlotte. Charge: grand theft of property more than $300 but less than $5,000. Bond: $5,000. € Daniel Matthew Lewis, 45, homeless of Port Charlotte. Charges: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Bond: € Chad Alan Cruz, 27, 2100 block of Lakeshore Circle, Port Charlotte. Charges: possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: none. € Ilen Echevarria-Soriano, 34, 2800 block of Kalstev St., North Port. Charge: grand theft of property more than $300 but less than $5,000. Bond: $5,000. € Fernando Navarette-Posadas, 41, of Fort Myers. Charge: violation of condition of pretrial release. Bond: none. € Jarred Michael Barvitsky, 31, 2500 block of Luther Road, Punta Gorda. Charges: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana. Bond: none. € Jolie Catherine King, 19, 3300 block of Pellam Blvd., Port Charlotte. Charge: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Bond: none. € Ronnie Leon Reid Jr., 32, homeless of Port Charlotte. Charges: possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Bond: $500. € Sarah Marie Miles, 18, homeless of Port Charlotte. Charges: possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: none. € Roman P. Zaremba, 34, homeless of Port Charlotte. Charges: failure to appear, underlying charge, and knowingly driving while license suspended or revoked. Bond: $6,000. The Punta Gorda Police Department reported the following arrest: € Francisco Gutierrez-Gutierrez, 23, of Riverview, Fla. Charge: operating a motor vehicle without a valid license. Bond: $1,000. The Sarasota County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € Janina Debiase, 32, 300 block of Briarwood Drive, Venice. Charge: unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling. Bond: $7,500. € Ivan Garcia, 60, 5100 block of Florida Road, Venice. Charge: probation violation (original charge: destroying or tampering with evidence). Bond: none. € Bobbie Stange, 45, 600 block of Coquina Court, Nokomis. Charge: Manatee County issued warrant for four counts of trafficking stolen property and four counts of giving false information to a pawnbroker. Bond: none. € Richard Stephenson, 28, 6600 block of Kayak Road, North Port. Charges: six counts of sexual battery on a victim 16 or 17 years old and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Bond: $45,500. € William Vanname Jr., 55, 300 block of Collins Road, North Port. Charge: contempt of court (original charge: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription). Bond: none. € Erik Walker, 37, 400 block of Argus Road, Venice. Charges: unarmed burglary of an unoccupied structure and probation violation (original charge: violation injunction against protection for domestic violence). Bond: none. € Peter Esteve III, 39, 100 block of Cornell Road, Venice. Charge: contempt of court (original charge: possession or use of narcotics equipment). Bond: $3,000. „ Compiled by Anne Easker and Lauren CoffeyAuthorities looking for armed suspect LACERENZA POLICE BEATThe information for Police Beat is gathered from police, sheriffs office, Florida Highway Patrol, jail and fire records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction and guilt or innocence is determined by the court system.Lassos & Lawn ChairsThe Leadership Englewood Class of 2018 will present an outdoor movie night for the whole family. Lassos & Lawn Chairs on the Farm is set for 5 p.m. May 19 at 1500 Crestwood Road, Englewood. The evening will feature a showing of the family feature “lm Ferdinand,Ž a modern animated classic by 20th Century Fox that was released in theaters in December 2017. It is an inspiring story about a bull with a big heart, adapted from the original childrens book, The Story of FerdinandŽ by Munro Leaf. The “lm was named Best Animated Feature Film at the Golden Globe Awards in January 2018. The evening will include farm games, such as corn hole toss, mechanical bull riding, hay rides, food trucks, popcorn, ice cream and soda, as well as craft beer and margaritas for the adults. Admission is free to children 5 and younger, and $7 for everyone else. To preorder tickets or to make a charitable donation, visit englewoodchamber. com/lassos-lawnchairs. Proceeds will bene“t the Englewood Boys & Girls Club, Englewood Care Clinic and Englewood Community Services. Come out in support of your community. Bring lawn chairs or blankets. No outside food or beverages are allowed. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEF

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The Sun /Friday, May 18, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 7 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSSARASOTA „ Following Mays action to allow political booths at the North Port Freedom Festival, the Sarasota County School Board looked at the policy dealing with it. Policy 2.51 deals with how political organizations are allowed to interact with the school district. Currently, no political activity can be conducted on school grounds while school is in session. The North Port Area Republicans and Democratic clubs were initially barred from having booths at this years Freedom Festival at North Port High Schools campus. The group had not been banned in previous years. It sought „ and received „an exception during the May 1 School Board meeting. The board looked at the policy once again Tuesday. Attorney Art Hardy said the board should edit the policy to ensure the situation doesnt happen again. The board did not make any changes, but are in agreement political literature should not be allowed on campus. It will look at the policy again in July to make decisions. Following the policy discussion the board also looked at its operational procedure and how school board members handled cellphones. Board documents show that it had been changed to require the School Board members have a district cellphone. The board was in agreement it should be changed to optional, as both Robinson and board member Shirley Brown had the phones but were not using them. The conversation moved to the use of cellphones while the board meetings and workshops are in session. Board member Caroline Zucker felt the members shouldnt be on their phones while the board is in session. Robinson joked about his recent issues with texting board business to Sheriff Tom Knight in regards to safety and security, and said he learned his lesson. Despite the jokes, Robinson said his use of the cellphone is due to his accounting business and sending emails to his staff in regards to the business. Brown supported Robinson, saying that she understood the need for the phones, especially for board members with children. The board did not make any decision about how theyll handle cellphones while in session, but agreed they would keep it to a minimum and step out if they needed to take or make a call. Along with the its policies, the board also looked at the organizational chart for its safety and security department. The latest organizational chart includes the two new positions for a police chief and sergeant, but having current manager Michael Andreas moving into an executive director role. Andreas will continue to oversee the department, having members of the police department report to his of“ce. On the organizational chart, the department will have technicians to oversee the security systems. Along with the organizational chart, Andreas said he would be seeking to become a certi“cation from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Andreas choice to do this is to strengthen the districts communication with other law enforcement departments in the area. Following the discussion on the organizational charts, the board discussed adopting Facilitron as a way to provide the community a way to rent spaces at district-owned buildings. According to Jody Dumas, executive director facilities, the program will provide the district a more organized way to rent out buildings. Board member Caroline Zucker expressed concern with the cost of the program for the district. Dumas said Facilitron would take a small amount from the rental fee. He said the rental fees would need to be looked at to provide the community with concise fees for the buildings. One of the “nal items looked at was iReady and evaluating the use of it in the middle and high school level. The board felt the continued use across all grade levels would be bene“cial to students in the district. The program is used to help elementary students strengthen reading skills in order to meet grade level pro“ciencies by the third grade. The program also helps students who may be having trouble receive early intervention. The use of iReady recently expanded to the middle and high school level and the board is due to decide on the renewal for middle and high school this year. The Sarasota County School Board will meet at 6:30 p.m. June 5 in The Board Chambers, 1980 Landings Blvd., Sarasota. Meetings are broadcast live on The Education Channel, Comcast Channel 20 and Frontier Channel 33, as well as on the district websites www. sarasotacountyschools.net.Email: aherrera@sun-herald.comSarasota School Board shelves campus politics decision until JulyBy ALEXANDRA HERRERA STAFF WRITER ENGLEWOOD „ Punta Gorda Police Cpl. Brandon Angelini pulls the trigger of the gun pointed at the door. A second later, an explosive device lands on the lock. Just feet away, the SWAT team takes cover. Then ƒ BOOM. Then a SWAT member kicks in the door as the team rushes into the building, hollering for anyone inside to identify themselves and their locations. For those driving by the old Charlotte County annex on San Casa Drive Wednesday, they saw a large SWAT truck, several patrol cars and sheriffs deputies and police of“cers in all sorts of protective gear. Onlookers who pulled in the parking lot were blocked from going near the building by yellow police caution tape. However, they could hear glass shattering and what sounded like mini bombs going off. They quickly learned members of the explosives team were blowing up doors and windows of the old annex building which, is about to be razed to make room for a parking lot. The old annex building housed a Sheriffs Of“ce, as well as other Charlotte County government of“ces for years. Deputies moved into their brand new building at 11051 Willmington Blvd., Englewood, last year. This week, the new annex opened, and is the now home to the Tax Collector, Property Appraiser, along with the Center for Abuse and Rape Emergencies and the Englewood Community Care Clinic. The old building is suddenly empty. And thats perfect for law enforcement training. Anytime a home or a building in Charlotte County becomes available for demolition, we ask to use it for training purposes,Ž said Bryan Goerl, CCSO explosive breacher team member. Hes been with the department for nearly 12 years. Whats good about using this building because it has hardened windows and doors.Ž Unlike in the movies where explosives and sound effects are used to simulate entry into a building, theres a lot of math that goes into “guring out how much explosives are needed to breach the structure, Goerl said. We actually use a minimal amount of explosives,Ž he said. Its good to test those levels so we know exactly what to use when we deal with real-life situations. We treated this building more like a strip mall. I like it because it made for very realistic training breaching a concrete building.Ž Many of the new, larger homes are built with similar hurricane-hardened glass as the annex building. During the drill, trainers tested different calculations of explosives inside and out of the vacant building. It helped the response team, which included SWAT medics and K9 handlers, learn what explosives are needed to breach doors and windows to create the least amount of damage to each structure. We can pick a concentrated location on a wall to make a hole large enough to “t the team through it so we dont have to take down the entire wall,Ž said Cpl. John Mills, a 15-year CCSO veteran, who is the other half of the explosive entry team and trainer with Goerl. This type of drill helps us test our skills out and work with the SWAT team, deputies and (Punta Gorda) of“cers.Ž Lt. Chris Williams, District 1 Commander in Englewood, said the training is also extremely important for school safety as deputies are in all Charlotte County schools. If we have an active shooter, we need to be trained for many different scenarios that can happen in schools,Ž he said. Even though we have explosives. We understand there could be teachers or students being held hostage in a classroom. We train to gain entry in the most safe and quickest ways possible.Ž Members of SWAT and Punta Gorda PD were suited up during the training. They talked about where the projectiles would blow and land including ceiling tiles, parts of the deadbolt and other wooden or steel particles before any explosives were detonated. They took turns “ring the weapon at the locks and shielding the team during each drill. After each explosion, they looked in the hallway of the old building to see where the initial bullet traveled. One went through the wall into the next room. The team also timed some of the drills to ensure they were gaining entry quickly enough to potentially save lives.Email: eallen@sun-herald.com SWAT team training explosive in Englewoods old annexBy ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICH COMMUNITY NEWS EDITOR SUN PHOTOS BY ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICHPunta Gorda Police Department Cpl. Brandon Angelini prepares to re at a deadbolt of a door at the old Charlotte County Sheris Oce annex Wednesday during explosive entry training. The door of the old sherris annex was blown open by the explosive entry team during a drill. It took several tries with the right calculation to breach the hurricane hardened glass in the door. ENGLEWOOD „ Jim and Stormie McCracken enjoy visiting the Englewood Veterans Memorial regularly. Its the sound of the water,Ž Jim said of the memorial thats located at the west end of Dearborn Street on Lemon Bay. The memorial is important,Ž he continues. It makes people re”ect on history, the past, the people who keep the country free.Ž Jim McCracken is a disabled Navy veteran who served on a destroyer from 1985 to 1988. Veteran parks are a re”ection of the heroes, the people who really matter, who made a difference,Ž McCracken said. The couple described the memorial as well-tended whenever they visited it. The Englewood Community Redevelopment Agency Advisory Board, however, wonders if it could be better maintained. Residents who live near the monument complained about its condition at the CRAs April 9 meeting, saying the grounds are often trashed by vandals, and the bathrooms can become disgusting, especially over the weekend. The board discussed the memorial at its May meeting, and the board and county staff intend to discuss it further at their next meeting, scheduled for June 11. The park is maintained by the county landscape contractor. Any additional maintenance would have to be paid by CRA or other fundraising sources, CRA manager Debbie Marks suggested at the advisory boards last meeting. Board member, Terry Redman, who also is president of the nonpro“t Sarasota County Friends of the Parks, is forming a friends group to assist with cleanups and other assistance for the veterans memorial. We have to take care of veteran memorials and cemeteries,Ž Redman said. Caring for beaches, parks and other amenities are nice,Ž he said, suggesting that the care for veteran memorials and cemeteries is a necessary commitment. Several Englewood Moose (motorcycle) Riders signed up as recruits. A number of its members are veterans themselves, riders president Norm Coleman said. Advisory board member Elaine Miller suggested a number of the plants may need trimming, but are alive and healthy. The plants were chosen as salt-resistant, Floridafriendly vegetation. A particular problem is the greenŽ roof at the memorial. The original landscaper is no longer available to care for the plants, which includes climbing up a ladder to trim and maintain the plants on a quarterly basis. We need to talk about it, think about it and come up with some resolution,Ž Marks said, noting that a company wants $17,000 to clean up and replace the plants on the green roof. She also suggested the county might want to take over the maintenance when the CRA sunsets in 2029. It now sounds like its going be costly, time-consuming and dif“cult,Ž said advisory board chairman John Davison. He described himself as a strong supporter of the green roof. The memorial faces other issues. Brick pavers are sinking out of place along the seawall. The memorial also had become a haven for the homeless, much to the dismay of neighboring residents. Its getting better,Ž said Toy Coxey whose home abuts the memorial. (Sarasota County sheriff deputies) are checking it more.Ž Coxey, however, wasnt sure whether the memorial is seeing fewer homeless due to the end of the winter season or that they found another location to congregate. Well know next season,Ž Coxey said. For more information about the memorial, call the CRA of“ce at 941-473-9795.Email: reilly@sun-herald.comEnglewood tends vet memorialBy STEVE REILLYSTAFF WRITER SUN PHOTO BY STEVE REILLYJim and Stormie McCracken enjoy visiting the Englewood Veterans Memorial at the end of West Dearborn Street. Jim is a disabled U.S. Navy veteran.

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Page 8 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 18, 2018 OUR VIEW LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Letters are welcome on virtually any subject, but we do have some rules. Please keep them to less than 250 words. Letters will be edited to length as well as for grammar and spelling. All letters must be signed with full name „ not initials. An address and telephone number must be included. The phone number and address are not for publication, but must be provided. Due to the number of letters received, we are able to run only one letter per person per month. The Letters to the Editor section is designed as a public forum for community discourse, and the opinions and statements made in letters are solely those of the individual writers. The newspaper takes no responsibility for the content of these letters. Please send or bring correspondence to the Sun Letters to the Editor, 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980. Readers may email Letters to the Editor at letters@sun-herald.com. Further questions or information, call 941-681-3003. HOW TO SUBMIT A LETTER TO THE EDITOREmail letters to letters@sun-herald.comPublisher „ Glen Nickerson Executive editor „ Jim Gouvellis Editorial page editor „ Stephen Baumann Commentary Editor „ John Hackworth V IEWPOINTKeep passengers dry at airport Whole wheat bad for health? Carrier does a super job Helicopters bring noiseEditor: I ”ew into Punta Gorda Airport last Sunday. A welcome rain was “nally pelting our town. The disembark ramp had no awning and the walk to the terminal also had no awning. We all got drenched. The millions spent on this terminal, youd think they would have “gured out how to keep our tourists dry. After all, this is Florida. Come on, Airport Authority, put your thinking cap on and do something to keep us dry. Patti Brazzi Punta GordaEditor: Your column by Leanne Ely, which appeared in the May 14 edition of the Sun presented as settled scienceŽ the authors opinion that whole grains are damaging to ones health and should be avoided. The science concerning consumption of whole grains is far from settled. dry paper on time. He has never failed me. When my neighborhood ”ooded after Irma, he drove through ”ood waters to do his job. When the water got too deep to drive a car through, he got out and waded. Chris Phillips is the best newspaper carrier I have ever had.John Ress Lake SuzyA simple review of the issue turns up a vigorous debate on the subject, both proŽ and con.Ž Many of the reputable sources published on the subject advise that if you have been consuming whole grains without incident, no change in your diet is necessary or recommended. In fact, the highly respected Center for Science in the Public Interest, an excellent nonpro“t devoted to dispelling the many food fads we encounter, advises that whole grains should be a key component of a healthy diet. As a long-term reader of your newspaper, I would appreciate your editorial staff taking a little more care in screening future articles by guest columnists. The last thing we need is more confusion about what to eat. Ms. Elys slanted article failed to mention the raging debate on her topic, choosing to present what amounted to one side, only, and neglecting other peer-reviewed research. Why would the Sun subject its readers to such poor journalism, especially in the important areas of diet and health?Ed Bouton Punta GordaEditor: I am writing to commend my newspaper carrier, Chris Phillips. He is utterly reliable and always delivers a clean, Editor: An open question on the new Venice Bayfront hospital. Three helipads are proposed, but attorney Boone says only 12 ”ights a year would occur. Why would a business build three helipads and only plan to use each just four times a year? This does not make sense, unless saying so possibly might mitigate neighborhood opposition due to signi“cant noise accompanying multiple helicopters landing some 150 feet from hundreds of homes. After the hospital and helipads are in place, more ”ights and trauma center certi“cation might be sought and licensed, no? Please explain.Jim Bencivenga VeniceExercising the right and duty to run for elective officeOUR POSITION: Candidates, please, for local of“ces.John Sawyer III of Punta Gorda didnt expect to win his race for Congress in 2016. He wasnt naive. Sawyer was trounced. A Republican, he knew well that incumbent Rep. Tom Rooney, R-Okeechobee, would win re-election. But Rooney had done something that set Sawyer off: Hed insulted and intimidated a friend of Sawyers, fellow Vietnam veteran and veterans activist Bill Akin. At least, in Sawyers eyes. So Sawyer did what citizensoldiers of a republic might be expected to do when politicians tick them off: He stood up and put his name on the ballot as a candidate for the House of Representatives District 17. No party af“liation, which comes cheap and means he could stick around and stir up a fuss for Rooney past the August Republican primary, until November. John Sawyer was a political gad”y. A provocateur. He was sly, he was sharp and he had a sense of humor. If he didnt expect to win „ most likely not „ he certainly thought he could get under the sitting congressmans skin. Sawyer knew a spot on the ballot would give him an opportunity to express his politics as public forums, in newspaper letters and columns, and to meet with this newspapers editorial board, which he did. A sampling of Sawyers political positions in 2016: € Reducing corporate income taxes to zero. € Oil drilling in the Gulf, but not off the coast of Florida. € Undocumented immigrants? Send them all home.Ž Plus, no public welfare for families with children with unmarried parents. € The slogan for this campaign? Throw them all out,Ž he said. € His motivation for running? I think this country is going to hell.Ž At the time, we called some of his opinions extreme,Ž a characterization he took issue with. Agree or not with speci“cs, though, and considering how those opinions have drifted toward the new mainstream, he may have had a point. We last heard from John Sawyer a couple of weeks ago. Same old John, he was calling us from his room at Hope Hospice in Cape Coral. Actually, his daughter was on the phone; John was in the background, giving instructions. John had fallen at his home and was partially paralyzed. His daughter was hopeful for recovery. Regardless, John wanted to make sure one message got out into the world. With a faltering voice, he told us this: He would not run for Congress this year, and instead was throwing his endorsement to friend Bill Akin, who is a candidate. Message delivered. A letter to the editor to that effect appeared last week. John Sawyer, 75, passed away soon after on May 6 at Hope Hospice. John was a free-thinker and an able debater. He was engaging and feisty. Well miss his personality and the spark he brought to local politics. Also note that Sawyer understood the value of political freedom. He exercised it. He participated in the process. He put his name on the ballot and took the opportunity to express his views in public. Its election season again. The primary is Aug. 28 and the General Election Nov. 6. Like Sawyer, citizens also can bypass the primary process and declare themselves no party af“liation.Ž Seats open on the Charlotte and Sarasota county commissions and the North Port City Commission (all according to resident districts.) School boards have open seats. The Charlotte County Airport Authority, the Englewood Fire Control District and the Englewood Water District have open seats. Quali“cation for most of“ces ends June 22, but consult your county elections of“ce. Its not too late to get involved. Step up. Inject yourself into the conversation. Participate. Win or lose, candidates for public of“ce exercise a right that people like John Sawyer fought to protect. Call it a duty. SP20001Wanttomakeacomment,say thanks,giveapatonthebackto someone,getsomethingoffyour chest?Writealettertotheeditorand shareyourthoughtswith80,000 ofyourfriendsandneighbors.Submitlettersviae-mailto letters @ sun-herald.com ormailthemto 23170HarborviewRoad, CharlotteHarbor,Fla.,33980. TurntotheViewpointpage forletterguidelines andother information. ShareYourThoughts... Dear Gun Owner. I have a question for you. I dont know what kind of weapon you own, or how many. If you bought them legally and hadnt shot anyone outside the law, your guns are your business. But the National Ri”e Association likes to say it represents all law-abiding gun owners by protecting their Second Amendment rights, so it became a bit of a deal when the NRAs new president, Oliver North, said the organization is facing civil terrorismŽ from protesters. They call them activists. Thats what theyre calling themselves. Theyre not activists „ this is civil terrorism. This is the kind of thing thats never been seen against a civil rights organization in America,Ž he said in a recent interview with the Washington Times. You go back to the terrible days of Jim Crow and those kinds of things „ even there you didnt have this kind of thing. We didnt have the cyberwar kind of thing that weve got today.Ž Hes right. There wasnt that kind of thing.Ž There were lynchings. Just saying ƒ North told of blood being splashed on the home of an NRA leader in Virginia and said there have threats against others in the organization. Fair enough. People shouldnt do that. But then he said, What they did very successfully with a frontal assault, and now intimidation and harassment and lawbreaking, is they confused the American people. Our job is to get the straight story out about what happened there, and to make sure that kind of thing doesnt happen again because the proper things are being done with the advocacy of the NRA.Ž Lets break that down. The frontal assaultŽ that got all this going occurred on Valentines Day at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School when 17 people were shot to death with an assaultstyle weapon. No one is confused about that. Im also pretty sure there was a lot of intimidation and harassment going on there, not to mention lawbreaking. If anyone is confused about that, it seems to be the leadership of the NRA. About that straight storyŽ North wants to get out? The straight story is that 17 people died because a disturbed young man got his hands on a powerful weapon and went to the school with the sole intent of killing as many as possible. If you are an NRA member, I assume you are appalled by that action, just like the rest of civilized society. I also think you should be deeply disturbed that a guy like Oliver North is saying these things in your name. Yes, some people say that in a perfect world they would take your guns away. They will not succeed because the Constitution says you can own them. Yes, former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens called for the abolishment of the Second Amendment. It wont happen. Some wingnuts even believe they need a personal armory to defend themselves against the tyranny of government. Those loose screws forget that the government has a large army, tanks, missiles and, if need be, nukes. The government would probably win. Oliver North talks about threats, but how are antigun protests any different from Marion Hammer hitting the sendŽ button on her vast email list Voices of reason needed in gun debate Joe Henderson JOE | 9

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The Sun /Friday, May 18, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 9 VIEWPOINTIf you want to understand why Donald Trump is president today (and why he could very well win a second term), look to the Democrats hysterical response to two of Trumps major foreign policy achievements over the past week. Last Thursday, the president traveled to Joint Base Andrews to greet three American hostages whose release he had secured from North Korea. Unlike his predecessor, Trump did it without sending the offending regime an unmarked plane loaded with hundreds of millions in hard currency. The return of these American captives should have been a moment of celebration and bipartisan unity. So how did Democrats respond? By blasting Trump for the way he welcomed the U.S. hostages home. The pretext for their outrage was Trumps comment thanking Kim Jong Un, who he said really was excellent to these three incredible peopleŽ „ by which Trump obviously meant releasing them. No matter. Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer, D-N.Y., took the Senate ”oor to attack Trump for his troublingŽ remarks. Kim Jong Un is a dictatorŽ who capriciously detained American citizens,Ž Schumer declared, channeling Captain Obvious, and warned that, by praising Kim, Trump weakens American foreign policy and puts American citizens at risk around the world.Ž Seriously? How do Democrats take a positive event such as the release of American hostages and turn it into an excuse to attack Trump? Apparently, Trump Derangement Syndrome is so debilitating that Democrats cant bring themselves to say Good job, Mr. President,Ž even when he brings our hostages home. Before, Democrats complained that Trump was too belligerent toward Kim; now, theyre upset that he is too effusive. This is absurd. Trump is laying the groundwork for a high-stakes nuclear summit with Kim; of course the president is not going to publicly criticize him. People in Middle America listen to the Democrats reactions and think: Can Trump do nothing right in these peoples eyes? Then, a few days later, Trump racked up another major achievement when he ful“lled his promise to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem. Four American presidents pledged to do it, but only Trump actually did. How did Democrats respond? Not a single congressional Democrat traveled to Israel to attend the historic opening of the embassy. Sen. Lindsey O. Graham, R-S.C., said that he personally invited Democrats to join the congressional delegation, but no one took him up on the offer. I am disappointed that not one Democrat came,Ž Graham said. What does that say?Ž It says not a single Democrat could bring themselves to join in a celebration of what Trump had done. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., blasted Trumps decision when he announced it in December, declaring that moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem now may needlessly spark mass protests, fuel tensions, and make it more dif“cult to reach a durable peace.Ž Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., did the same, declaring, The future of Jerusalem is an issue that should be decided by Israel and the Palestinians, not unilaterally by the United States.Ž Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., called Trumps embassy move a setback while former Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., declared that Trumps action would severely, perhaps irreparably damageŽ peace efforts. Keep in mind, the past four Democratic Party platforms had called for the recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. And last June, the Senate voted 90-0 (with the support of Feinstein, Murphy and Sanders) for a resolution that reaf“rms the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995,Ž which mandated the embassy move (a bill that passed two decades ago with Pelosis vote). Americans see Trump being criticized for doing exactly what Congress demanded, and his Democratic and Republican predecessors promised, and they rightly see hypocrisy. No matter what Trump does, the Democratic reaction is the same: Outrage. When Democrats cant even praise Trump unreservedly for bringing American hostages home or show up when he ful“lls a plank of the Democratic Party platform by moving our embassy to Jerusalem, it further convinces millions of Americans who abandoned the Democratic Party in 2016 that they made the right decision. Marc A. Thiessen is a Washington Post columnist.To get why Trump won, look at Democratic hysteria Marc A. Thiessen The past few days have provided a head-swiveling study in cognitive dissonance and dueling realities. Monday started the week with a jolt in Jerusalem, where the U.S. and Israel celebrated the American embassy move from Tel Aviv. Television spectators around the world watched as the two nations of“cials gathered inside a large, white tent „ a metaphorical bubble that seemed to protect them from the tragedy unfolding 50 miles away in Gaza. There, Israeli soldiers opened “re on Palestinian protesters, killing more than “ve dozen and wounding thousands more. In stark contrast to the carnage, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was almost giddy as he cited historical justi“cations for the embassys relocation „ from Abraham and King Solomon to Zechariah, who 2,500 years ago declared Jerusalem the city of truth.Ž Netanyahu was effusive in his praise of Trump for having the courage to keep his promises,Ž which just happened to be the opening line in the White Houses talking points afterward. Even as one might have enjoyed Netanyahus understandable elation and Jared Kushners touching speech about truth, Western idealism and the pursuit of peace, there was something oddly Baghdad Bobish about the whole production. You remember him. He was the so-nicknamed Iraqi government spokesperson during the U.S.-led invasion who insisted to television cameras that everything was just “ne in Baghdad, as American tanks rolled into the city. One wonders if future Trump press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, then a student at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, caught Bob on TV and thought to herself: Why, yes, hes right. It all looks good to me Kushner, whose task as adviser is to secure Middle East peace, noted in his remarks that the Palestinian protesters were part of the problem,Ž an analysis seconded by U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley the next day. During a Security Council meeting, Haley dismissed the protests as having been caused by Hamas and said they had nothing to do with the relocation of the embassy. One could say that. One could say that the moon is cheesy and good with grits. Or that the person who invited Dallas pastor and Fox News contributor Robert Jeffress to Jerusalem to lead a prayer was a genius. (Jeffress has said that Islam, Hinduism, Judaism and the Catholic Church are all essentially satanic cults.) One could further say that there was no one better to lead a second prayer than the Rev. John Hagee, who, youll recall, blamed gays for Hurricane Katrina. He also has said that Hitler was a hunterŽ for God and that Jews will be saved during the Second Coming of Christ, which is expected to occur in, guess where „ Jerusalem. The surprise isnt that Palestinians protested but that Israelis didnt. Since Trump and cohorts are so suddenly enamored of the truth, lets stick to it. The relocation of the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv has everything to do with the Palestinian protests. Blaming Hamas for organizing the protests is like blaming Republicans for electing Trump. Did anyone really think there would be no protests against a move that essentially ends the bilateral peace process? Moving the embassy may have been the right thing to do „ and maybe no time would be right „ but we shouldnt delude ourselves. The embassy was moved because it served Trump. How do we know this? Because everything Trump does is for Trump. It burnished his tough-guy brand by demonstrating that he keeps his word and by putting Iran on further notice that he means business. He consolidated the support of conservative U.S. Jews and evangelicals, stabilizing his base and increasing the likelihood of his re-election. Most important, perhaps, it distinguished him from his predecessor, Barack Obama, who, though retired from government, continues to get under this presidents skin. If Trump had hoped to also further enhance his chances for a Nobel Peace Prize, which Obama received for merely talking eloquently about peace, then the Israeli clampdown in Gaza was surely unhelpful. Then again, the collateral damagesŽ werent Trumps doing, hed likely tell himself. Why, he wasnt even there. It would be no surprise if Trump, in a bout of cognitive dissonance, were to believe that the Palestinians will quiet down in a few days and peace will settle over the valley, which sounds a lot like the ”owers and candy American forces were told to expect from liberated Iraqis in the aftermath of shock and awe.Ž Remind me how that worked out. Kathleen Parkers email address is kathleenparker@ washpost.com.Jerusalem Jared celebrates in the city of truth Kathleen Parker to mobilize supporters against even the hint of gun restriction? Does that mean she is a civil terrorist? Ill answer: No. She is not. Somewhere, somehow, voices of reason have to emerge in this debate. So, the question I have for you, gun owner, is simply this: How many of you will raise your hand and become that voice? Several Florida politicians properly ripped North because, as you might expect, the subject of guns is a little sensitive here. But this issue, and nation, needs more than politicians to be effective. The nation needs you. Joe Henderson has had a 45-year career in newspapers, including the last nearly 42 years at The Tampa Tribune, where he covered sports, politics and city government. The column moved on website FloridaPolitics.com.JOEFROM PAGE 8 Z USMAN E YE C ARE C ENTER Voted Best Ophthalmologist 2011-2015 624-4500 www.zusmaneyecarecenter.com Neil B. Zusman, M.D., F.A.C.S. 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Page 10 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 18, 2018 Look for a third crossword in The News Wire section. STATE NEWSFORT LAUDERDALE „ The brother of the teen charged with killing 17 at a Florida high school says the shooting suspect pointed a ri”e at him and another time at their mother, but they didnt call 911 „ which a former prosecutor says may have been missed opportunities to prevent the massacre. Zachary Cruz told The Miami Herald in an interview published Thursday both incidents happened months before Nikolas Cruz allegedly killed 14 students and three staff members at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14. During the interview he also told about his brothers habit of cutting himself, his “xation on guns and violence and his penchant for killing squirrels, birds and lizards and taking pictures or pieces of their corpses as a souvenir. He was mentally ill, and in hindsight, his actions were a cry for help,Ž said Zachary Cruz, 18 and a year younger than his brother. Zachary Cruz told the newspaper his brother threatened him after he slapped Nikolas hands for sticking “ngers into a jar of Nutella. He said his brother ran upstairs and came back pointing a ri”e at him. No speci“c date was given. If you are going to shoot me, shoot me!Ž he says he yelled at his brother, as their horri“ed mother looked on. He says his brother calmed down, put the gun back in his room and then watched TV. I never messed with him again,Ž said Zachary Cruz, who last weekend moved to Virginia to take a job with a nonpro“t organization. That came after he pleaded no contest to misdemeanor trespassing at Stoneman Douglas for riding his skateboard on campus about a month after the shooting. Zachary Cruz says his brother pointed a ri”e at their mother, Lynda Cruz, last September after she wouldnt take him to a cabin, cursing her and saying he was going to shoot her in the head. She ran to her car and drove away. Zachary Cruz said he watched from his second-”oor window as Nikolas Cruz followed her outside. He was in the middle of the driveway, in the middle of the street with his AR-15,Ž Cruz said. I had 911 ready to go on my phone. I was scared. I think he just came up and he put his gun away and I hung up.Ž Their mother died in November of pneumonia. During her illness, Zachary Cruz says he asked his brother what he would do if she died. He says his bother responded nonchalantly, I would just kill people.Ž Nikolas Cruzs attorneys have conceded he was the shooter and have said he would plead guilty in exchange for a life sentence. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. Two lawyers interviewed by The Associated Press on Thursday said assuming Zachary Cruzs statements are truthful and accurate, it is impossible to say with certainty that if police had been called the massacre could have been prevented. Former federal and state prosecutor David Weinstein thinks it likely, but only if Zachary and Lynda Cruz didnt back down when of“cers interviewed them. If the police found probable cause to support the accusations, they would have arrested Cruz and seized the guns as evidence,Ž said Weinstein, who is now a criminal defense attorney. That would have increased the likelihood he would not have been able to carry out what he did.Ž Robert Jarvis, a professor at Nova Southeastern Universitys law school, pointed to the numerous times law enforcement, school of“cials and others were called or alerted about Nikolas Cruzs bizarre and violent behavior throughout his adolescence, but he was never arrested or given intensive treatment. We really dont know what the police would have done. We do know there were many, many opportunities where the system was interacting with Cruz and each time he slipped through the cracks,Ž Jarvis said. Zachary Cruz says he now wished he, his mother or someone would have gotten help for his brother. A lot of people failed him,Ž he told the Herald. Including me.ŽBrother: Parkland suspect pointed rifle at him, momTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS JACKSON, Miss. „ U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams says he and two nurses worked as a team to give medical aid to someone aboard a Delta Air Lines jet. At a Thursday public discussion at a hospital in Jackson, Mississippi, Adams shared some more details about assisting someone on the plane as he prepared to ”y to Mississippi on Wednesday. A Department of Health and Human Services spokeswoman says a person lost consciousness when the plane was on the ground in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The patient woke up and was sent to a hospital. Adams said he and two nurses responded to the call for help. One nurse works in an emergency room. The other works in a pediatric intensive care unit. Adams said they provided team-based care, and we all played our role.ŽUS surgeon general provided aid on flightBy EMILY WAGSTER PETTUSASSOCIATED PRESS ADAMSFlorida Supreme Court rejects challenge of FPL rate hike Sinkhole sealed at fertilizer facility Chief US hurricane forecaster: Education key to storm prepTALLAHASSEE (AP) „ The Florida Supreme Court is ruling in favor of the state commission that regulates utilities over an environmental group that challenged a rate hike by the Floridas largest electricity provider. The court ruled Thursday that the Public Service Commission properly approved Florida Power & Lights $881 billion rate hike in 2016. The Sierra Club challenged the PSCs rate hike approval, saying FPLs didnt consider renewable energy options like solar when it decided to upgrade natural gaspowered plant. Part of the rate hike was to pay for the construction of a new gas plant. Sierra Club argued FPLs plans were unreasonable, unnecessary, and more expensive than renewable TAMPA (AP) „ Crews have sealed a giant sinkhole that opened up beneath a fertilizer plant waste pond nearly two years ago sending millions of gallons of polluted water into Floridas main drinking water aquifer. A spokeswoman for facility owner Mosaic told The Tampa Bay Times that the hole at its Mulberry phosphate processing plant has been sealed and will be “lled completely by the end of May. Workers at Mosaic “rst noticed the hole on Aug. 27, 2016, after water in a pond atop a 190-foottall waste pile drained out. The public wasnt noti“ed until Sept. 15, 2016. Mosaic is one of the worlds largest producers of phosphate and potash for fertilizer. The company says no contaminants from the spill have been detected in drinking water. WEST PALM BEACH (AP) „ The new U.S. National Hurricane Center director says learning about speci“c storm hazards is key to preparing for the upcoming Atlantic hurricane season. Ken Graham leads the U.S. governments hurricane forecasting hub in Miami. At Floridas annual state hurricane conference Thursday, Graham said teaching storm science to the public helps improve individual and governmental responses to approaching storms. Graham said understanding how changes in a hurricanes track, size or intensity can alter conditions on the ground is more important than focusing on the “ve-category scale that ranks hurricane wind speeds. In recent years, the hurricane centers advisories focus on educating coastal residents about ”ood risks and setting deadlines for completing storm preparations. Hurricane season begins | HEADLINES AROUND THE STATEJune 1. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration releases its hurricane season forecast next week. alternativesŽ and said the commission wasnt acting in the best public interest. FPL has about 5 million customers in Florida.

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Page 12 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 18, 2018 LOCAL SPORTS LOCAL SPORTS ST. PETERSBURG „ The pitching combination of Justin Mincieli and Brandon Gielow has been Lemon Bay baseball coach Dan Flahertys goto move when the Manta Rays have been pitted in a must-win scenario. The two pitchers helped lead Lemon Bay to a 5ADistrict 12 title two weeks ago and on Wednesday night against Lakewood St. Petersburg, the duo held off the Spartans in a 6-3 win at Northeast High School to earn Lemon Bay a spot in the 5ARegion-3 “nals. Thats been Justins M.O. all year long, hes calm and cool,Ž Flaherty said of Mincieli working out of several jams over his 5 1/3 innings. Hes a fun-loving guy and he keeps these guys loose. People feed off of Justin. He shows up to the ballpark sometimes wearing funny out“ts and keeping the guys loose and relaxed. You see his smile right there, hes always like that, nothing fazes him.Ž The Lemon Bay defense helped Mincieli escape the “rst inning unscathed, as right “elder Josh Gossett put away the “rst batter with a diving grab and quick relay throws on three Spartans singles prevented any runs from scoring. Once Gielow reached on an error to open the second inning, the Manta Rays bunted him over and eventually started the scoring with a deep sacri“ce ”y to center“eld by Cole Dukes. Despite allowing just “ve hits in his 4 2/3 innings, Lakewood starter Scott Germak gave Lemon Bay six free bases via walks, two of which helped the Mantas take control of the game in the third inning. Lemon Bay added three more runs to its lead in the third when Flynn Stewart and John Moore scored on a single by Gielow, who also scored on a single by Gossett two batters later to push the lead to 4-0. Pitching with a lead, Mincieli held the Spartans off the board until Anthony Hudson ripped an RBI double off the top of the left “eld fence midway through the bottom of the “fth inning. Though thats all Lakewood would score in the inning, the Spartans mounted another rally in the sixth, pushing Flaherty to turn to Gielow to close out the game. The Spartans scored on an RBI single against Mincieli and then added another run on an RBI double off Gielow, but the junior left-hander “nished off the late rally with a weak groundout and a strikeout. Thats been our combo for the past few weeks here is Mincieli and Gielow,Ž Flaherty said. Justin was getting up there in pitches and they had seen him a few times and you know, when youve got Brandon Gielow sitting in reserve waiting to throw, its kind of tough not to go to him. Hats off to him to come in and pitch us out of a tight spot and pitch a good seventh inning, that was awesome.Ž The Manta Rays, many of which are in familiar territory after making a run to the state tournament last season, will play for the 5ARegion-3 championship on Tuesday against the winner of Avon Park and Melbourne Central Catholic. Its all mindset at this point,Ž Flaherty said of the Manta Rays focus and intensity. Every time we take a step forward, we have to elevate. We have to elevate our game, we have to elevate our focus and thats what weve been preaching. From the minute we get here, we go through our routine, and the guys buy into it. They have some little things they do as a team that kind of turns the light on and gets them going, and its been working.ŽEmail: vportell@sun-herald.comLEMON BAY 6, LAKEWOOD ST. PETE 3Lemon Bay 0 1 3 0 1 0 1 „ 6 5 1 Lakewood 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 „ 3 12 1 Justin Mincieli WP Scott Germak LP Top Hitters: LB Josh Gossett 1 for 1 (RBI single, 3 walks, 2 runs), Brandon Gielow 1 for 4 (2 RBI single, 2 runs), Cole Dukes 1 for 2 (RBI sac y, single) LW Anthony Hudson 3 for 4 (2 singles, RBI double), Jeremy Texel 2 for 4 (single, RBI double, run), Aidan ODowd 2 for 4 (single, RBI single, run)Mantas hold off late rally, earn Regional Championship berth By VINNIE PORTELLSPORTS WRITER SUN PHOTOS BY CHRIS BLAKELemon Bays Flynn Stewart connects with the ball during Wednesday nights Regional Seminal game against Lakewood at Northeast High School. The Mantas beat the Spartans 6-3. BASEBALL: Lemon Bay 6, Lakewood St. Pete 3 Lemon Bays second baseman Sebastian Daubner ips the ball to Warnner Rincones (18) to force out Lakewoods Jeremy Texel (17) during Wednesday nights Regional Seminal game at Northeast High School in St. Petersburg. PUNTA GORDA „ If the Charlotte Tarpons “rst three offensive possessions Wednesday night were a harbinger of whats to come, theyll enjoy a successful fall campaign. A motivated offense, with the offensive line serving as a critical component, played a large role in a dominant performance by the Tarpons in their 49-6 victory against the Palmetto Ridge Bears at the Wallace Keller Sports Complex. The Tarpons seemed to have the Midas Touch, matching the gold in their uniforms, dominating the opening quarter and the entire contest. A 42-yard reception by Jeremiah Harvey from Alex Muse during the Tarpons “rst series of plays would set the tempo of the game, with Jayden Grant carrying the ball into the red zone before Ashar Thomas would score the games “rst points, rushing for a 10-yard touchdown. It would be a scenario that would be repeated early and often. In an all too familiar sequence of events, the Tarpons Jayden Grant showed his running prowess by taking advantage of a de“ciency in the oppositions defense and scoring a 33-yard rushing touchdown. However, it wasnt just the offense that played a role in the totals re”ected on the scoreboard, the defense would also contribute to the scoring with defensive back Cade McLaughlins 65-yard interception return capping the Tarpons 21 points in the games “rst 4 1/2-minutes. Muses rushing touchdown late in the quarter helped the Tarpons take an authoritative 28-point lead into the second quarter. The offensive line made their presence known through their run-blocks and passblocks, creating holes and throwing lanes that played a key role in the victory. We were “ring on all cylinders, we had a great spring, our offense was clicking and they made some mistakes and gave us the ball back and we capitalized,Ž said Binky Waldrop, Charlotte Tarpons head coach. Our motivation has been that weve been practicing for 3 1/2-weeks. We got to go out and have some fun tonight, hit somebody different. Im proud of them. We had the opportunity to play a lot of people tonight. Well look at the “lm, see what we do well,keep doing that, and see what we need to improve on, and well work on getting better at that.Ž But the Tarpons good fortune didnt seem to dissipate after the games “rst 12 minutes. Grants explosiveness would be on display in the second quarter, with a a 38-yard touchdown run, only 13 seconds into the frame, providing Charlotte with what would seem to be an insurmountable cushion. This game was a great learning process for us, we had a great spring,Ž said Grant. We came out and wanted to be tested. They didnt test us as much as we wanted them to, but they did test us and showed us some of our weaknesses that well work on during the summer and get ready for the fall.Ž The Tarpons would add to their totals with their defense, this time it would be Jeremiah Harvey with a 67-yard interception return. The 42-0 advantage at halftime would carry the Tarpons momentum into the second half. The defensive backs were more than up to the task, with body position and getting a long arm on the ball factoring into the equation, taking away Palmetto Ridges momentum. Malakai Menzer, playing in his “rst varsity game, returned an interception for a 42-yard touchdown to give the Tarpons a 49-0 advantage. I always look at the game like its 0-0,Ž said Menzer. No matter if were winning or losing, the score is always 0-0 to me.Ž Palmetto Ridge scored during the games “nal minute, during an anti-climactic downpour. CHARLOTTE 49, PALMETTO RIDGE 61st Quarter: Charlotte 28, Palmetto Ridge 0 Charlotte: Thomas 10-yard run (Scribner kick) 10:24 Charlotte: Grant 33-yard run (Scribner kick) 9:12 Charlotte: McLaughlin 65-yard interception return (Scribner kick) 7:48 Charlotte: Muse 4-yard run (Scribner kick) 2:38 2nd Quarter Charlotte 42, Palmetto Ridge O Charlotte: Grant 38-yard run (Scribner kick) 11:47 Charlotte: Harvey 67-yard interception return (Scribner kick) 0:57 3rd Quarter Charlotte 42 Palmetto Ridge 0 4th Quarter Charlotte 49 Palmetto Ridge 6 Charlotte: Menzer 42-yard interception return (Palmore kick) 10:32 Tarpons Passing: Muse 5-14 90-yards Rushing: Thomas 7-38 Grant 10-124 Muse 5-50 Harvey 1-5 Hall 1-10 Rennie 1-1 Receiving: Harvey 5-90Tarpons spring ends with blowout victoryBy BEN BAUGHSPORTS WRITER SPRING FOOTBALL: Charlotte 49, Palmetto Ridge 6 SUN PHOTOS BY TOM ONEILLCharlotte running back Jayden Grant (22) carries during the second quarter against Naples Palmetto Ridge on Wednesday at Charlotte High School. Charlotte quarterback Alex Muse drops back to pass against Palmetto Ridge. Charlotte lineman Robert Broderick (65) pressures Naples Palmetto Ridge quarterback Gensley Herard (16) during the rst quarter Wednesday at Charlotte High School.

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The Sun /Friday, May 18, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 13 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSENGLEWOOD „ The Secret Society of Smoked Mullets will host its annual Award Luncheon on June 29 at The Waverly Restaurant (formerly The Gulf View Grill) on Englewood Beach from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. Winners will be announced for The Englewood Legends Award, along with the annual Smoked Mullet Award. The winners are chosen for their contributions to the areas past growth and successes. Special guest speaker John McCarthy is an of“cial presenter, and member of the stakeholder team convened by Gulf Coast Community Foundation to inform and engage the local community about the discovery of the unique archaeological site located near Manasota Key in the Gulf of Mexico. Underwater archaeologists from the Florida Department of States Bureau of Archaeological Research have been working to study and protect the site, and he will share what has been learned about this important site, and let us know how we can help protect it. The continuing Smoked Mullet Award recognizes our living legends who have volunteered so much of their time and resources building a better Englewood, but at the same time, may not have ever been recognized for those efforts,Ž explains Nita Edmondson-Cole, past president of the Englewood Chamber of Commerce, who started the award in 1996. Past winners are Dr. John Flower, Mac Horton, Leah Lasbury, John PatŽ Fitzgerald, Ferold Davis, Don Platt, Eunice Albritton, Tom Dignam, William BillyŽ Davis, David Dignam, Joe Czerwinski, Dennis Girard, Bill Stiver Sr., Larry Nicol, Charlie Hicks, Diana Harris, Esther Horton, Fred Beck and Rex Rowley. This luncheon is important for two reasons,Ž said Edmondson-Cole. First, Secret Society of Smoked Mullets ready for next memberSPECIAL TO THE SUN MULLETS | 14 Bethany L. Walden, Au.D.American Board Certi“ ed Doctor of AudiologyCharlotte Hearing Center, Inc.Central Plaza West 21216 Olean Blvd., Ste. 4 Port Charlotte, FL 33952 Phone: (941) 766-8886adno=50533093 adno=50534469 Join Our Sales TeamOpportunity to earn up to $60,000 your “ rst year.Advertising SalesImmediate opening We will even train the right personWe are looking for our next sales superstar, is it you?DO you have a passion for helping small businessess succeed?DO you want to make a difference in the local business community?DO you like meeting new people?DO you like networking and participating in community events?We O er: Guaranteed base salary $25,000 Uncapped Monthly Commission plus bene“ ts, bonuses and expenses. Fun, energetic and engaging working environment with daily coaching and weekly training to ensure your success. Recent college graduates welcome. Sun Newspapers is a full-service, local advertising & marketing co. in Port Charlotte. What we need: € Outstanding work ethic. € Desire to listen, learn and achieve success. € High level of sincerity and integrity. € Reliable transportation. € Microsoft O ce pro“ cient.We want to hear from you!Send Resume to:Stacie Goldberg sgoldberg@sun-herald.comWe are a drug and nicotine free workplace. Pre-employment drug/nicotine testing required. VS Exclusive for Local Readers; FREE Supply of Amazing Fast Acting Memory Pill Available for the next 48-hoursAge Related Memory Problems Disappear! Celebrity TV Doctor Reveals Secret to Reversing Memory Loss Secret to reversing age-related memory loss was recently demonstrated by Celebrity TV Doctor Associated Health PressAHP Secret Revealed on The Dr. Oz Show Clinical Results Show Nuvix Works in Real Time Relieves Stress and Anxiety How Nuvix Restores Memory What Dr. Peter Grossman Says About Nuvix How to Get Nuvix 1-800-5669493 NU418 Important: AdvertisementAdvertisementAdvertisement adno=50537071 19887 Veterans Blvd Port CharlotteBetween Cochran & AtwaterDriveway Mix $39.99/yd3Pygmy Date Palms From $59.99 River Rock From $109.99/yd3$$ Get More for Less $$941-623-6192 K ustomized urbing & Discount Rocks NO SUBS HIRE THE PROS! PICK UP & DELIVERY AVAILABLE FREEESTIMATESWe sell & Install: € Curbing € Decorative Stone € Plants € Full Landscaping € Pavers (Bastedo Construction CRC1328854) € Professional Landscape Renovations Exp. 6/10 adno=720680 adno=50534052

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Page 14 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 18, 2018 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSit helps us understand the efforts it took to build this beautiful area so many of us call home. Secondly, life here continues to change; new generations have new ideas. If we can preserve memories of the pioneers who made it all happen, the next generation may possibly be motivated to one day become an Englewood pioneer, and make a difference themselves.Ž Keith Rowley adds, Thank you to our generous sponsors this year.Ž They are Key Agency, Anthony C. Leonard Roo“ng, Stern & Bruns Garage, Seans Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning, Short Stop Printing Inc., A Cut Above Styling Salon, Leo P”iger Construction Inc., Michael Looney Inc. Electrical Contractor, Buchans Landing Resort, Giffels-Webster Engineers, Suncoast Architects, Mark Anderson/Shell Gas Station and Market Wise Advertising. Tickets are $25 each, and space is limited. Tickets are available through the Englewood Florida Chamber of Commerce and on the website, www. EnglewoodChamber.com.MULLETSFROM PAGE 13 Wet and wild fun SUN PHOTOS BY MONICA AMAYAMea Perez, 5, slides down waterslides availables at the end-ofyear Cranberry Elementary School event. Cranberry students smile together May 4 at the end of the year Family Waterslide Extravaganza in North Port. Jackson Hayes, a secondgrader at Cranberry Elementary in North Port, took a break from the water slides to enjoy a hot dog. Grace Padalik, 10, smiles at Cranberry Elementary School in North Port during the Family Waterslide Extravaganza on May 4. Liliana Zarrillo, 2, spends time at the Family Waterslide Extravaganza at Cranberry Elementary School in North Port on May 4. Taylor Moulton, 10, smiles after going down the slide. Gage Secondorf, 9, with his friend Jackson Tracy, 10. David Robertson, 4, goes down the waterslide during the Family Waterslide Extravaganza at North Ports Cranberry Elementary School on May 4. Milan Prota and Mia Feo wait in line for one of many water slides. Logan King, 8, pose for a snapshot on May 4 at Cranberry Elementary Schools Family Waterslide Extravaganza. adno=720024 adno=720030 adno=720035 adno=720682Valid May 25th & 30th

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Hear, O my son, and receive my sayings; and the years of your life shall be many. „ Proverbs 4:10We often think we have no control over the length of our life. That is because we look in the natural, yet spiritually we have great in”uence over the number of our days according to Gods Word. All the promises of God are yes and amen. Therefore, we need to know Gods promises and walk in the light of them. What we believe and confess over our life by faith does makes a difference. Proverbs 4:10 says if we receive Gods sayings the years of your life will be many. To receive the Word means to believe the Word. The Bible must be made personal by knowing God through His Word, then as we receive it we also act upon what we believe with expectation. Too often we are ignorant of Gods promises, or we may not receive a teaching because it does not line up with our experience, philosophy, or personal knowledge. No man has all the answers, but God does, and will give us what we need if we trust Him and stay in communion with Him through the Holy Spirit. We press on by growing and learning the Word until the day we leave this earth. If something doesnt seem right or you dont understand a teaching, go to God and ask for His wisdom. You will probably “nd what God teaches in His word is opposite from what you have believed in the world. If you desire long life study verses that give this promise, then trust God for the result. God knows when the best time is for you to leave, but He also allows you to stand on His word in faith, for He watches over His word to perform it. If you are working for the Lord and desire to continue that work until the end of your life, know that God wants to use you more than you desire to be used. There are other scriptures that promise long life. Psalm 91:16 says, With long life I will satisfy him, and show him My salvation.Ž Proverbs 3:1,2 says, My son do not forget My law, but let your heart keep My commands; for length of days and long life and peace they will add to you.Ž Proverbs 9:10, 11 say, The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and the knowledge of the Holy One is understanding. For by me your days will be multiplied, and years of life will be added to you.Ž Ephesians 6:1, 2 says, Children, obey your father and mother, which is the “rst commandment with promise; that it may be well with you and you may live long on the earth.Ž Judy Onofri is a church elder at Fathers House Fellowship in North Port. Email her at onofrijudy@ yahoo.com. SERMON OF THE WEEK:God promises a long life if you keep His Word Where religion and reason meetThe Unitarian Universalist Church in Port Charlotte is a place of worship open to people of all faiths and walks of life. We are a progressive religious community, radically inclusive, welcoming all,Ž according to their website, http://www. uufcc.org/. Even the building re”ects the Unitarian Universalists inclusivity, with the main room featuring decorations that represent religions from Christianity to Judaism to Buddhism. LGBTQ and Black Lives Matter ”ags are also prominently on display. Unitarian Universalists started out as Christian. Today, we do have some Christians who are part of the group but we also have people who identify as Jewish, as Hindu, as Athiest,Ž said the Rev. Amy Kindred. Unitarian Universalists are at a crossroads of understanding. We agree to be in covenant. We have this agreement that we are going to work with each other to make positive change. Each persons spiritual belief is a private thing.Ž Since arriving in Port Charlotte nearly 50 years ago „ with original services being held in members living rooms „ the church has seen tremendous growth. The church started out with maybe seven people. A member who came in 1972 who just recently passed, when he was there, we mightve had 12 or 15.Ž Now, the Unitarian Universalists serve 175 people every week, with 125 of“cial members. According to Kindred, their growth mirrors that of the community. Congregation demographics are also shifting rapidly. While the congregation was mostly made up of retirees in years passed, the church now welcomes many young families. We do a lot of things for the kids. We have religious education on Sunday mornings, theres a tot spot „ a little rug that families can gather around and let the little ones play on the ”oor „ we also have a summer camp that we do every year,Ž Reverend Kindred said. A.N.T. Camp „ Art, Nature, Theater „ is open to ages 4 to 11 and runs for one week every summer. Volunteers and staff teach the children about everything from composting to fossils. Justice is also a major focus for the Unitarian Universalists, who volunteer and raise money for a variety of causes in and around Charlotte County. We have an immigration justice group that started maybe two months ago. Theres a racial justice group. For the past few years, theyve sponsored a “lm series at the MidCounty Library focused on raising awareness for the discrepancies in treatment of all people, especially people of color,Ž Kindred said. There is also a social justice committee By KAYLA GLEASONSTAFF WRITER The Peace Pole, a marker featuring peaceŽ written in dierent languages, greets people at the entrance of the Memorial Garden. The Rev. Amy Kindred stands in front of the aming chalice „ the symbol of Unitarian Universalists that was created during World War II in an eort to help Jewish Europeans escape to the U.S.Local Unitarian Universalist Fellowship welcomes all SUN PHOTOS BY KAYLA GLEASONThe Unitarian Universalist Fellowship sits on Forrest Nelson Boulevard in Port Charlotte and welcomes people of all backgrounds and beliefs. Name: Major Edward Binnix Corps Of“cer Church: The Salvation Army Location: 2120 Loveland Boulevard, Port Charlotte Service times: Sunday Worship Service 10:45 a.m., Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Tuesday 10 a.m. Senior program lunch at noon, Thursday 9 a.m. Prayer meeting, Thursday 11:30 a.m. Drop in lunch (new program) includes anyone who wants to come for free. Q: How did you get your start as a minister? A: My parents were ministers and I grew up in the Salvation Army, however it was not my intention to become a minister myself. After years of working in the business sector I felt the calling to become involved and after my wife, Carla, had voiced her interest we decided to do it. We are both Pastors and Majors. Being here in Port Charlotte is my 9th appointment. I have currently been in Port Charlotte for a year nowŽ Q: What makes you church/ congregation unique? A: Well for one we dont call ourselves members, we call ourselves soldiers. Not just a matter of symantics, we consider ourselves to be servants/soldiers of God; we obey what he wants us to do. Our duty is to our Lord.Ž Q: What is the most challenging thing about what you do? A: From a Pastorial standpoint most people do not understand that the Salvation Army is a church. Most people think of us like the Red Cross or Goodwill. We are the second largest denomination in the UK.Ž Nominate your pastor to be featured in this column; email nlane@sun-herald.com.Meet the Preacher: Major Edward Binnix Major Edward Binnix has a bread program at the Salvation Army and these loaves are some of the bounty.SUN PHOTOS BY DEBRA GOUVELLISMajor Edward Binnix stands outside the entrance to the chapel by the Blood and Fire emblem of the Salvation Army.UNIVERSALIST | 2OUR TOWN: FAITH & FAMILY INSIDE: CLASSIFIEDS FRIDAY, MAY 18, 2018

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Page 16 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 18, 2018 OUR TOWN FAITH & FAMILY 2Lemon Bay High School held its annual Baccalaureate Ceremony at Englewood United Methodist Church on Wednesday. This year as many as 328 students could be graduating at Lemon Bays commencement ceremony on Friday. This is one of the largest, if not the largest graduating classes in recent memory. The student-led Baccalaureate featured songs, poems, and speeches given by the students.Lemon Bay seniors hold Baccalaureate Ceremony Reagan Moody gives a speech on the topic of School.Ž Nina Simpson sings I Was HereŽ by Beyonc at the Baccaluareate Ceremony. Tori Bortt enjoys the moment at Baccalaureate.SUN PHOTOS BY TIM KERNStudents bask in the glow of the Baccalaureate Ceremony. Proud father Jason Zaris records his daughter, Alexis Zaris, as she sings So Will I,Ž by Hillsong. ALLTHENEWS YOUNEED,SEVENDAYSA WEEK. that raises money for a different local nonpro“t every month, such as the Homeless Coalition. Af“rming the dignity and worth of every person is huge, thats our “rst principle. We reach out to do what we can,Ž Kindred said. Recently, the group has helped doctors provide medical care for those affected by Irma and handed out mosquito nets to the homeless to protect them from Zika. Its very satisfying to be with a group that cares so much,Ž Reverend Kindred said. For those who are interested, the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship encourages any and all to stop by one of their Sunday services or check out the UUFCC online for more information.Email: kgleason@sun-herald.comUNIVERSALISTFROM PAGE 1 UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIP OF CHARLOTTE COUNTYWHERE: 1532 Forrest Nelson Blvd, Port Charlotte, FL 33952 PHONE: 941-627-4303 WEBSITE: www.uufcc.org FACEBOOK: @uufcc SUNDAY SERVICE: 10:30 a.m. MINISTER: The Rev. Amy Kindred adno=720041 adno=720039 Free 2nd opinion, Most insurance acceptedBest Fees in 2 Counties!adno=50534845 HURRY IN TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OURNEW PATIENT SPECIAL Only$59Includes Comprehensive Exam, X-rays and Comprehensive Cleaning D1110, D0150, D0210, D027410% Discount for Seniors and VeteransDr. Gregory Brandau is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, The American Dental Association and Florida Dental Association GREGORY J. BRANDAU, D.D.S. HARBOR FAMILY DENTALCALL FOR APPOINTMENT941-629-48042762 Tamiami Trail, Suite B, Port Charalotte, FL 33952 Where Shopping Makes Cents charlottecountychamber.org adno=50534054

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Page 18 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 18, 2018 OUR TOWN FAITH & FAMILY 4St. Charles yard saleSt. Vincent de Paul-St. Charles Borromeo will hold its annual yard sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 19 at 21841 Felton Ave. Port Charlotte. Household goods, linens, shoes, purses, books, clothes, some furniture, etc. will be available. Weve been collecting all year for this. Proceeds go toward helping the less fortunate of our community.Blood DriveThe Florida Blood Centers will be collecting blood on Sunday, May 20, from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Burnt Store Presbyterian Church, 11330 Burnt Store Road, Punta Gorda. There is a critical need for all types of blood. If supplies are not replenished it can lead to postponement of critical medical treatment so the blood center is pleading for all eligible and new donors to donate as soon as possible. The Thank You GiftŽ will your choice of a free T-shirt, a cooler bag, or an umbrella. There will also be a wellness check up including blood pressure, cholesterol screening, iron count, pulse, and temperature. For more information, contact the church of“ce at 941639-0001 during normal business hours 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to noon on Friday or by email to of“ce@ bspconline.org.Concert to be heldOn Sunday, May 20, Faith Lutheran Church, 551 Rotonda Blvd., Rotonda, will be hosting a concert by Mark Smeby. It will be an engaging time of music and ministry designed to guide audiences into knowing hope and encouraging them to live it out in the world.Ž His program entitled Night of Hope.Ž All are welcome to this free concert with a love offering taken to spread his ministry. A fellowship time will follow. For more information, call 941-697-3313.Christian musicVine Ministries presents Schools Out Clock In,Ž a Christian music concert featuring former Lemon Bay High School graduate Buckey, whose real name is Norris Gable Shelton Jr., and LBHS senior Alexis Zari“s, Roy Tosh and Revolution playing 7 p.m. on May 25 at the Lemon Bay Performing Arts Center, 2201 Placida Road at Lemon Bay High School. The cost is $10. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. For more information, visit buckeymusic.comResale shop specialsSt. Vincent de Pauls Resale Shop sales this week are as followed: 40 percent off housewares, all golf clubs $1, mens slacks $1, jackets $1, ladies tops and bottoms $1, (except yellow/ red ticket items/boutique) all shoes 50 percent off, all glassware 50 percent off. Specials for the week, golf bags $15 and luggage 50 percent off. A new area called clearance corner has been established, check out the bargains. St. Vincent de Pauls Resale Shop-St. Max is at 17753 Toledo Blade Blvd. and State Road 776, across from Racetrack gas station in Port Charlotte. Summer hours are Tuesday to Saturday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. All pro“ts go to buy food for the St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry.Summer church scheduleBeginning May 27 through Labor Day, Sept. 2, St. Davids Episcopal Church, 401 S. Broadway, Englewood, will have one church service at 9 a.m. For more information, call 239-250-2840.Summer services scheduleBurnt Store Presbyterian Church, 11330 Burnt Store Road, Punta Gorda, will start its summer schedule May 27 through Sept. 2 with two services; traditional service at 9 a.m. and contemporary service (come as you are) at 10:30 a.m. Coffee and pastries will be available between services. Nursery will be available for each service.St. Vincent rummage saleSt. Vincent de Paul, Sacred Heart Conference, in Punta Gorda will hold a rummage sale from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 2, at its distribution center at 25200 Airport Road, on the northeast corner of Taylor and Airport Roads, Punta Gorda. A variety of items including household goods, furniture, clothing, jewelry, linens, shoes, purses, toys and books will be available. No merchandise may be inspected nor sold before 8 a.m. Proceeds will help the organization provide much-needed assistance to deserving families and individuals throughout Charlotte County. Rain date will be June 9.Mens Ministry BreakfastMurdock Baptist Church, 18375 Cochran Blvd., Port Charlotte, will host its mens ministry breakfast at 8 a.m. on Saturday, June 9 in the Fellowship Hall. This is for men of all ages, bring your son, a friend or neighbor. Reservations are not required but are appreciated. For more information or resevations, call 941-627-6352.Free concertTrinity Lutheran Church of SWFL, 1379 McCall Road, Port Charlotte, invites the public to a free concert by renowned saxophonist „ Eirinn Abu at 3 p.m. on Sunday, June 10. Due to limited seating, be sure to stop by or call the church office from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday through Friday at 941-828-1910 to reserve a seat. There will be a free will love offering at the end of the concert and cds will be avilable for purchase.At Ease, VeteransDuring World War II, and the wars in Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iraq, the percentage of American soldiers who shot their weapons with the intent to kill steadily rose from just 15 percent to almost 100 percent. The Department of Housing & Urban Development estimates that in January 2017, over 40,000 veterans are more likely to be homeless each night. These brave men and women need a listening ear, and they need to know that Gods grace is still with them. The members of Gulf Cove United Methodist Church are providing some of the support and discussion that our veterans deserve. On the first Tuesday of each month at 4 p.m., they will be at the American Legion Post 113, at 3436 Indiana Road, Rotonda West. Veterans are invited and encouraged to meet with them there. For more information, call 941-697-1747 or email GulfCoveUMC@gmail. com.Courage Over CancerGulf Cove United Methodist Churchs cancer-care program, Courage Over Cancer, offers support and ministry to men, women and families affected by cancer. If you or someone you know could benefit from a friend to support them through this journey, contact the church at 941-697-1747 or GulfCoveUMC@ centurylink.net. Gulf Cove UMC is at RELIGION BRIEFS VACATION BIBLE SCHOOLS€ Friendship United Methodist Church, 12275 Paramount Drive, Punta Gorda: Rolling River Rampage,Ž 5 p.m., June 18-22. Free; Dinner will be served. Open to all ages. Come and experience a trip down the rolling river. For more information or to register, call 941-637-1717. € Gulf Cove United Methodist Church, 1100 McCall Road, Port Charlotte: Daniel in Babylon,Ž 5:30 p.m.8:30 p.m., Wednesdays only; June 11-15 Free; For children K through fifth grade. After dinner, VBS kids will visit the Babylonian marketplace where they will craft cool projects and sample unique treats. They will meet with Daniel each day and learn about his adventures. They will also expend some energy at the Palace Playground and learn some Temple Music. To register go to http://GulfCoveChurch.com, or obtain a paper application from the church. For more information, call 941-697-1747 or visit GulfCoveUMC@gmail.com. € Liberty Community Church, 2759 Wylam Drive (on Veterans between Orlando and Harbor), North Port,: Game On!Ž 5:30 p.m.-8:15 p.m., June 11-15. For children ages 4 through 4th grade. As kids get ready for the big game, they will learn that the goal is not competing in their own strength because God has already equipped them with everything they need. There will be Bible stories, crafts, games, music, missions, and snacks. Free light supper each evening at 5 p.m. Register at https://libertycommunity.church. For more information, call 941-456-1959. € Salvation Army, 2120 Loveland Blvd, Port Charlotte; Shipwrecked-Rescued by JesusŽ-Are you ready to venture onto an uncharted island where kids survive and thrive? Children will experience how they are anchored in the truth that Jesus carries them through lifes storms. 10 a.m.-2 p.m., June 4-June 8. Breakfast, lunch and snacks provided. For more information, call 941-6293170 or visit wwwsalvationarmyportcharlotte. org € St. James Episcopal Church, 1365 Viscaya Drive, Port Charlotte,: Crocodile Rock, Where Fearless Kids Shine Gods LightŽ 8:30 a.m.-noon, June 11-15. For children 4-14. Free. For more information, call 941-7646764. € Trinity Baptist Church 11234 Royal Drive, Punta Gorda: Game OnŽ 6 p.m.-8:45 p.m., June 24-29. Free; For children ages 4 through sixth grade. Grab your megaphones, lace up your cleats, and tune up your horn. Its time to gear up for the big game! Kids will begin each day at the Pep Rally. From the Pep Rally, kids will be equipped to dig deep into Gods Word. They will learn the God has given them everything they need through His divine power. Register online at www.kideventpro.lifeway.com/mychurch/?id=48007. For more information, call 863-990-1213. To add a listing, email sdennis@sun-herald.com. RELIGION | 5 To Place Your Ad In Our Worship Directory Please Call (941) 429-3110 ASSEMBLIES OF GOD COMMUNITY LIFEtogether we can make a di erence Community Life Center Church is a group of people in Port Charlotte passionate about our journey in God.JOIN US! 19048 Edgewater Drive Port Charlotte, FL 33948Questions? (941) 629-0999Find us on Facebook, Instagram, or www.clclive.orgSundays at 10:45 a.m. Wednesdays at 7 p.m.**Children and Youth Services Available (Theres something for everyone!) ANGLICAN CATHOLICTrinity Anglican Church1928 Book of Common PrayerWorshiping at MacDonald HallSunday, 10am2230 Hariet St., Port CharlotteFor Info Contact Don Kieffer941-235-8052 www.TrinityACC.org BAPTISTEastside Baptist ChurchPastor Mike Mowry6220 Golf Course Blvd., Punta Gorda639-1648Sunday Worship 11am & 6pm Sunday School 9:45am AWANAŽ Wednesday 6:00-7:45pmWed. Discipleship & Prayer Service 6:45 pmNursery & Childrens program providedeastsidebaptist.com BAPTISTFirst Baptist Church Port Charlotte20035 Quesada Ave. Jim McCarty, PastorSUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 AM & 11:00 AM WORSHIP 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM, 11:00 AM 12:30 Hispanic ServiceCall for information on weekly activities and special events.24-HOUR INFO LINE 629-0444 BAPTIST INDEPENDENT You are Invited to Berean Baptist Churchwww.BereanBaptistPortCharlotte.org17377 Godwin Avenue(Located off Collingswood Blvd)Port Charlotte € 941-629-7053Bible Study 9:30 amSun. Worship Service 10:30am & 6:00 pm Sunday School 9:30 amWed. Evening Service 6:30 pm BAPTIST BIBLE VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH1538 Nash Terrace Pt. Charlotte, FL 33953 (Located off Biscayne Dr.)(941) 220-8317 SalvationVictory.comSunday 10am Wednesday 7pmExpository Bible Preaching & Teaching BAPTIST Peace River Baptist Church478 Berry Street, Punta Gorda www.peaceriverbaptist” .org Jim Stultz, Pastor 637-6768Sunday School 9:45am Sunday Worship 11:00am, 6:00pmTuesday Youth Group 6:00pm 8:00pmWednesday Prayer, Bible Study 6:30pm BAPTISTFIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PUNTA GORDA459 Gill St., Punta Gorda639-3857www.fbcpuntagorda.orgRev. Bill Frank, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship Services … 11:00 a.m. Team Kid Wednesday6:00 p.m. Prayer/Bible Study 6:15 p.m. Nursery Provided CATHOLICWelcome to ST. CHARLES BORROMEO CATHOLIC CHURCH2500 Easy Street, Port Charlotte941-625-4754Mass Times: Weekdays~ 7:00am & 8:30am Sat. Vigil: 4:00 pm "Signed For The Deaf" Sun: 7:00am, 9:00am, 11:00am, 1:00pm (French Creole) & 5:30pm (Youth Mass)www.stcharlespc.org CATHOLICSAN ANTONIO CATHOLIC CHURCH24445 Rampart Blvd. Port Charlotte, FL 33980 (941) 624-3799sanantoniorcc.orgWeekdays 8AM Saturdays 8:30AM Saturday 9AM-10AM Confessions Saturday Vigil 3:30 Civil Holiday 9AM Sunday 7AM, 9AM & 11AM Holy Days 6:30PM CHRISTIANMURDOCK CHRISTIAN CHURCH 17500 Elmwood Ave., Murdock255-1858Minister Mark Tyree Sunday Worship 10:30am Sunday School 9:30amEmail: info@murdockcc.comWebsite: www.murdockcc.com EPISCOPALSt. James Episcopal Church1365 Viscaya Dr., Port Charlotte627-4000The Rev. Cesar OliveroSunday Worship 8am & 10:30 amHoly EucharistPraise and Worship/Adult Bible Studywww.stjamespcfl.org EPISCOPALTHE CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD401 W. Henry St., Punta Gorda639-2757The Rev. Roy W. Tuff, Pastor "All Are Welcome"Sundays 8 & 10 am Holy Eucharist Nursery Available at 10am Svc. Email: church@goodshepherdpg.comwww.goodshepherdpg.com CHURCH OF CHRIST ENGLEWOOD EAST CHURCH OF CHRIST9600 Gulfstream Blvd Englewood, FL 34224-9256(941) 475-4973Adult Sunday School 10:00 am Worship Service 11:00 am Sunday School Ages 6-14 11:00 am Junior Church all ages 11 am Wednesday Eve Fellowship 6:00 pm Jim Chandler, Pastor www.engchurch.com EPISCOPAL ST. NATHANIELSEPISCOPAL CHURCH4200 Biscayne Dr, North Port426-2520Priest-In-Charge Rev. Andrea R. Hayden Sundays Holy Eucharist 8:00 am Rite I 10:00 am Rite II ALL ARE WELCOME www.stnathaniel.org INTER DENOMINATION DEEP CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH1500 Cooper St., Punta Gorda 941-235-REALSaturday Night 5:00 Sunday Services 9:00am & 10:45amwww.dc3.TVReal Love, Real People LUTHERAN CHRIST THE KING LUTHERAN CHURCH WELS 941-766-935723456 Olean Blvd., Port Charlotte, FL 33980Corner of Kings Hwy. & OleanBible Discovery Hour 9:30am Sunday Worship 10:30am Alan Gumm, Pastor Website: myctk.com LUTHERANLIVING WATERS LUTHERAN CHURCH & PRESCHOOL, ELCA12475 Chancellor Blvd.(North Port Blvd. & Chancellor)North Port € 941-625-8090Sunday Worship 10amwww.LivingWatersLutheran.com LUTHERAN HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN, ELCA2565 Tamiami Trail, Pt. Charlotte625-5262Traditional Service 7:45, 10:30 AM Celebration Service 9:00 AMRev. Ken & Andrea Barrios Co-PastorsFood Pantry Open Mon. & Wed. 9am-12pmEmail: of“ ce@htlchurch.org www.htlchurch.org LUTHERANFAITH LCMSPunta Gorda"Welcome Home!" Contemporary Sat. 5:00Traditional Sun. 9:30 Bible Study 9:10941-639-63094005 Palm Drive1/4 mile west of US41 on Rio Villa adno=719684

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The Sun /Friday, May 18, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 19 OUR TOWN FAITH & FAMILY 5 1100 McCall Road, in Port Charlotte. Visit GulfCoveChurch.com.Caregivers supportPort Charlotte United Methodist Church, 21075 Quesada Ave., Port Charlotte, hosts a caregiver support group from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. every Wednesday. The cost is free and is open to any caregiver dealing with a care-receiver with any debilitating disease. For more information, contact Mike Boccia at 941-815-6077.Community breakfast offeredHoly Trinity Lutheran Church, 2565 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte, offers a community breakfast from 8-10:30 a.m., the “rst Saturday of each month. The public is invited to enjoy an all-you-can-eat, specialty-item breakfast with all the trimmings for only $7 per person. For more information, call 941 625-5262.Closet of HopeGulf Cove United Methodist Church, 1100 McCall Road (State Road 776), Port Charlotte, offers free clothing, 9:30 a.m. to noon, the “rst and third Saturdays of every month. Recipients must show a photo ID card (such as a drivers license) upon entering the closet. The ID card should re”ect residency in Charlotte County, or in Englewood, North Port or Venice in South Sarasota County. For more information, call 941-697-1747. Sherri Dennis handles religion news for the Charlotte Sun. You can contact her by phone: 941-206-1010; fax (to her attention): 941-6292085; email: sdennis@ sun-herald.com; or write (to her attention): c/o the Charlotte Sun, 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980. TYPE or PRINT submissions, each of which MUST include the churchs NAME, ADDRESS, PHONE and the name of a contact person. Dont forget the TIME, DATE and LOCATION of the event. Email is the preferred method for communicating this information. Email photos, in .jpg format, as “le attachments. Submissions will be edited for length. Information must be received NO LATER than NOON TUESDAY for inclusion in the upcoming Fridays column; announcements will run on a spaceavailable basis. If you would like to purchase an ad to guarantee a spot in the paper for your event, call 941206-1000 and ask for Display Advertising.RELIGIONFROM PAGE 4 SUN PHOTO BY ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICHSenior Alexis Zafris sings So Will IŽ by Hillsong at the Lemon Bay High School Baccalaureate Wednesday. She is also featured in a Christian concert on May 25 at Lemon Bay High School. ENGLEWOOD „ On May 6, nine Englewoodarea Churches joined forces at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Grove City to bless and thank our areas first responders, including firefighters, EMTs, and police officers. The approximately 200 attendees included more than 50 local first responders, both active and retired. The honorees participated in the service, then enjoyed the following reception in the Parish Hall. It was wonderful to see so many different Christian denominations come together to honor the men and women who protect us and keep us safe. Charlotte County Sheriff Bill Prummell attended with many members of the Charlotte County Sheriffs Office. They were joined by many members of the Englewood Are Fire Control District. Participating officiants included Pastor Jim Chandler of East Englewood Church of Christ, Pastor Brian Armen Of Faith Lutheran Church, Pastor John Cates of First Baptist Church of Englewood, Pastor Thomas Wise of Lemon Bay Church of Christ, Pastor Don Hamsher of Living Hope Church of God of Englewood, Reverend Vickie McDonald of Saint Davids Episcopal Church of Englewood, Pastor Dan Turpin of Westcoast Church of Englewood, Pastor Brian Walton of Placida Road Church of God, and Father Richard York from Saint Francis Of Assisi Church. The Knights of Columbus Council 7672 and their Ladies Auxiliary, associated with St. Francis of Assisi Parish, helped organize the service and reception with Pastor Richard York. Eight fourth-degree Knights dressed in full regalia participated as color guards. The St. Francis of Assisi Church choir, under the direction of Nadine Goodrich, provided music, memorably singing the song, Many Gifts, One Spirit.Ž At the reception, the Charlotte County Sheriff and Fire Chief Bill Van Helden were presented with plaques, thanking them for their service to our community. It is hoped that it will become an annual ecumenical event, and would rotate to take place in every Englewood Church.Ecumenical Prayer service thanks first respondersBy KATHY OBRIENST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI At the reception in the Parish Hall following the ecumenical prayer service, Charlotte County Sheri Bill Prummell holds a plaque he received in behalf of his deputies, thanking them for their service. On the right is St. Francis of Assisi Pastor Richard York.PHOTOS PROVIDEDPastor Warren Delling of Westcoast Church, in Englewood, thanked our rst responders for their vocation during an ecumenical prayer service held in May at St. Francis of Assisi Church in Grove City. To Place Your Ad In Our Worship Directory Please Call (941) 429-3110 METHODISTCHRIST COMMUNITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH IN HARBOUR HEIGHTS27000 Sunnybrook Road629-1593Pastor Duane Waters Sunday Worship at 10 am Communion “ rst Sunday of the Month Covered Dish Dinner First Sunday of the Month at 11:30 amMembership Sunday last Sunday of the MonthHall available for Rent METHODIST EDGEWATER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH19190 Cochran Blvd.(At the corner of US 41 & Cochran Blvd.)www.edgewaterchurch.com625-3039Pastor Dan Prine Services:Saturday Night Contemporary Worship Service 6:00pm8:00am Traditional 9:30 & 11:00am Contemporary11:00am Sunday Bible Study Class Sunday School: 9:30 € Nursery Provided NONDENOMINATIONTHE ROCK CALVARY CHAPELWorship Services Sunday at 9:00 & 11:00Fellowship with Pastries and Coffee before and afterBible study with Pastor Aaron, Weds nights at 6:30Womens Bible Study Tuesday 6:304827 Fairway Drive North Punta Gorda941-914-8229www.therockcalvary.com PRESBYTERIAN FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF PORT CHARLOTTESUNDAY HOURS 10:00am Worship Coffee Fellowship 9:00am 9:00am Sunday School Pastor Terri Jo Crego2230 Hariet St.-Between Midway & Gibralter625-5045www.fpcpc.com PRESBYTERIANFIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF NORTH PORTLearning to Live from Gods WordSunday 11:15am & 5:00pm Traditional Worship ServiceRev. Arnold Brevick, Pastor(941) 421-8163 5600 S. Biscayne Drive www.fpcnorthport” .net Presbyterian Church In America PRESBYTERIAN FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF PUNTA GORDA25250 Airport Rd., Punta Gorda639-1959Rev. Stephen MockSunday WorshipBlended Summer Service May 20th Oct 14th at 10:00A.M.Watch Services Live via Website ECO A Covenant Order Of Evangelical Presbyterians www.fpcpunta.org UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST PILGRIM UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST24515 Rampart Blvd. Pt. Charlotte629-2633Rev. Matthew L. Neumann, Sr. PastorSunday Traditional Service 8:00am Contemporary Service 10:00am Nursery & Childrens Church Provided during all services. THE SALVATION ARMY CHRISTIAN CHURCH AND CHARITY 2120 Loveland Blvd.Port Charlotte, Florida 33980941-629-3170Pastor: Major Ed & Major Carla Binnix9:45am Sunday School/all ages 10:50am Sunday Worship5:30pm TuesdaysYouth Ministries6:00pm WednesdaysBible Studywww.salvationarmyportcharlotte.org LUTHERANLUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE CROSS LCMS2300 Luther Road, Port Charlotte627-6060Sunday Worship 10:15amChristian Education Hour Sunday 9:00 a.m.Rev. R. Brian Stolarczyk, Pastor Nursery ProvidedEmail: Secretary@lccross.org www.lccross.orgLCMS METHODISTPORT CHARLOTTE UNITED METHODIST21075 Quesada Ave.941-625-4356David de Silva, PastorWorship Services8:00 a.m. Traditional Service 8:00 a.m. Radio Broadcast on WVIJ FM91.7 9:30 a.m. Contemporary Service 11:00 a.m. Traditional Service Sunday School 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. www.pcumc.info METHODISTTRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH4285 Wesley Lane North PortDirections: www. trinityumcnorthport.org941-426-1734 Pastor Danny ChronisterAdult & Childrens Worship 9:00AM Adult Sunday School 10:30 AM Coffee with Christ Relaxed Service 11:30 AMThe Spirit is Alive At Trinity!Ž NONDENOMINATIONNew HopeChristian FellowshipAt Liberty Elementary370 Atwater StreetCoffee 9:00 € Worship 9:30Dr. David Bloodwww.onlinenewhope.com866-717-3946 NONDENOMINATION Blessed Assurance Bible ChapelWorship Service with Meaningful Bible MessageSunday Mornings 10:00amA different speaker each week. 866 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte, FL 33953 www.swfbi.org 941-625-3255A ministry of the SouthWest Florida Bible Institute, Inc.Refreshments after every service PRESBYTERIAN BURNT STORE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH11330 Burnt Store Rd., Punta Gorda (2 miles south of US 41)941.639.0001 www.bspconline.orgTraditional Service 8:15 am 11:00 Contemporary Service 9:40 amNursery available at all services. UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRISTOpen and Af“ rming Rev. Michael Ford 1201 Aqui Esta Drive, Punta Gordawww.puntagorda-ucc.com637-8443Worship at 10:00am LUTHERAN1379 McCall Rd. (Gulf Cove) Port Charlotte, FL 33981 941-828-1910Rev. Earl Schmidt10 AM Service and Sunday School Fellowship 9-10 am Trinity Lutheran Church SWFL (LCMS) METHODIST507 W. Marion Ave. Punta Gorda, FL 33950 639-3842Rev. Michael LoomisSunday Worship 8:00 & 11:00 a.m. Contemporary Service 9:15 a.m. Adult, Teen & Childrens Sunday SchoolNursery Provided www.whatis1st.com PRESBYTERIAN Living & Learning Gods WordSun. Traditional Uplifting Worship 10:30 a.m.10548 Kings Hwy., 4 mi. N.E. of 1-75941-743-7971gracelakesuzy.comPresbyterian Church in America UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTA SPIRITUAL HOME WHERE RELIGION AND REASON MEETUNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST FELLOWSHIPOF CHARLOTTE COUNTY Rev. Amy KindredRegular Sunday Worship 10:30 AMwww.uufcc.org www.facebook.com/uufcc1532 FORREST NELSON BOULEVARD PORT CHARLOTTE 941.627.4303 UNITY UNITY CHURCH OF PEACEUnity Leaves No One OutRev. Donna Lo” in1250 Rutledge St.Corner of Veterans & Torrington941-423-8171 Unitychurchofpeace.comSunday Service 9AM & 11AM adno=719685

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Page 20 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 18, 2018 OUR TOWN FAITH & FAMILY 6 TODAY Project Linus, HAVE FUN making blankets for Charlotte County kids FGCU 117 Herald Court Punta Gorda 9-11am Nancy 627-4364 Thrift Stores 50%off, Salvation Army, Punta Gorda 1048 Tamiami Trail, Englewood 3325 S Access Rd, all day everything 50% off all items Outdoor Market, American Legion Post 103 Friday 9-1 Briar Ridge Herbs and Garden, plants, coffee and more 2101 Taylor Rd. Bingo, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. 10:45am-3:30pm. Game packs start at $13. Over 25 games w/ payouts up to $250. 625-4175. Punta Gorda Elks, 11-2 Lunch; 3pm Tiki open; 5-8 Dinner; 6:30-9:30 Music by Tidal Wave @ 25538 ShorePG637-2606;members & guests Punta Gorda Elkettes, Elkettes Thrift Shop Open to the Public from 11:30am to 2:30pm @ 25538 Shore Dr.,PG,637-2606,ext. 451 Mahjong, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. 12:30pm-3:30pm, Only .50 cents an hour, Cultural Center MembersPLUS free. 941-625-4175. Nutrition Class, 6 wk starts 5/18@3:00pm. Call Dr. Dulaney 941-235-9231.Learn how plant strong diet reverses/prevents disease. Friday Night Dance, Friday Night Dance With Erich. Full Cash Bar, $10 fee, All welcomed 941-625-4175. SATURDAY Outdoor Market, American Legion 103 Sat 9-1 Produce, Tackle, Avon, Trees, Plants, Books, Herbs, coffee, Snacks, more 2101 Taylor Rd. Awareness Walk, Mental Health Walk. 1mi walk. Kid & pet friendly., Refreshments, snacks, raffle, free t-shirts to first 100 walkers Closet of Hope, Free clothing, ID required. 1st & 3rd Saturdays 9:30a-12p. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 Eagles, Eagles 23111 Harborview Rd PC 941-629-1645 dinner 5-8 Open Mic Two For The Show Bingo 1-4 Story Time for Kids, EVERY Saturday at downtown Punta Gorda bookstore! 10:30-11:15 am. Free! Copperfish Books 103 W Marion Ave 205-2560 Bingo, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. 10:45am-3:30pm. Game packs start at $13. Over 25 games w/ payouts up to $250. 625-4175. Punta Gorda Elks, 9am CBOD Mtg.,11-2 Lunch; 1pmTiki; 5-8 Dinner; 6pm QnHrts;6:30-9:30 Music/Tim&Roseanne @25538 ShorePG637-2606;mbrs&gsts Rebellion Car Wash, Girls travel softball team, noon-4pm, Charlotte State Bank & Trust Punta Gorda office, 2331 Tamiami Trail. 916-5870. Veterans Benefit, italian club 118 sullivan st.pg.6pm $15 roast pork,potatoes veg.sal.des.bev.byob profit to veterans rsvp 941-235-3303 Tribute Bands at Ray, Sat. May 19 at 9pm, the Celtic Ray hosts tribute bands to Buddy Holly,The Beatles, The Pixies and Ramones. Free 916-9115 SUNDAY Outdoor Market, American Legion 103 Sun 8-1 Produce, Tackle, Avon, Trees, Plants, Books, Herbs, Coffee, Snacks, + more. 2101 Taylor Rd. Open Air Market, Open Air Market 9-1, 501 Shreve St., PG. Various food, clothing & crafts. Live Music 941.391.4856 Free Pony Rides Bible Classes, Salvation Army, 2120 Loveland Blvd. PC, 9:45 am Bible Classes-all ages welcome Chess Club, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. Only 50 cents an hour. Cultural Center MembersPLUS free. Everyone welcomed 941-625-4175. Prime Rib Dinner, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. Enjoy our $11.95 Prime Rib Dinner in Beaches Caf. Full menu also available. Eagles, Eagles 23111 Harborview Rd PC 941-629-1645, breakfast 7:30-11 Funday with Linda NASCAR/Bargo 12-7 Punta Gorda Elks, 12pm Bar & Tiki; 2-5pm Funday Sunday; Music by Black Velvet @ 25538 Shore,PG,637-2606;members & guests AL 110-show me money, Show me the Money … join us for an afternoon of fun. Starting at 1:00 pm Maha Mrityunjaya, Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra: The Heart of the Vedas, Sun May 20th, 1 … 3pm, $35, The Yoga Sanctuary, 941-505-9642 Social Dance, USA Dance Sun, May 20 Tango lesson 2-3PM dance 3-5PM 118 Sullivan St Punta Gorda FL $10 Info 614-439-8545 All Welcome Fc Blast Kids, BLAST Middle School Youth Group meets Sun. 5-7pm@140 Rot. Blvd. W. Join us for fun, food, games & Bible Study. 475-7447 MONDAY VBS Register Now, Mon-Fri June 11-15, 5:30-8:30pm w/light dinner. Register at GulfCoveChurch.com. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 Eagles, Eagles 23111 Harborview Rd PC 941-629-1645 lunch 11-2 pm dinner 5-8 Trustees Meeting 6pm Aerier 7pm Deep Creek Elks, Lunch 12-2 Punta Gorda Elks, 11-2 Lunch; 3pm Tiki; 4-7 Music/ MichaelHirst;4:30-7:30ChickenNite;710Karaoke/BillyG@25538ShorePG6372606;mbrs&gsts Mahjong @ Faith, Join the fun of this fascinating game: all are welcome! Mondays 12pm, Faith Lutheran, 4005 Palm Drive, PG 33950 PC Moose Lodge Bingo, Early birds 5 to 6pm Jackpot Bingos 6-10pm, Food available 4-6pm Bar Bingo…Am Leg 110, Bar Bingo … Specials, Hot Ball … Open to Public … Starts at 6:00 TUESDAY Wood Carving Club, Charlotte County Wood Carvers, 8-12 noon, at Punta Gorda Boat Club, W. Retta Esplanade, all welcome to visit and enjoy. Eagles, Eagles 23111 Harborview Rd PC 941-629-1645 lunch 11-2 pm dinner 5-8 music by Country Plus Deep Creek Elks, Lunch 12-2, Dinner 5-8, Reservation Required, 249-8067, Pizza, Burgers And More, Karaoke With Spotlight 6-9 Punta Gorda Elks, 11-2 Lunch; 1-6 Tiki Tuesday;Music/ TikiTom;6pm ElkettesBd.Mtg;7pm Elkettes Gen.Mtg@25538 ShorePG637-2606;mbrs&gsts Mahjong, Cultural Center 2280 Aaron St. 11:30am-3:30pm, .50 cents an hour Cultural Center MembersPLUS free. 625-4175. Bridge @ Faith, All are welcome! Learn to play this popular game. Tuesdays 12pm, Faith Lutheran, 4005 Palm Drive, PG 33950 TODAY Line Dancing, 9-30 to 11-30 American Legion Post 113 3436 Indiana Road Rotonda West. Phone Eve at 941 697 8733 Table Tennis, Englewood Sports Complex, 941-861-1980, 9:30-12:30p. $2 to play! H2U Chair Yoga, Join our Health-2-You class: Chair Yoga, $4 with H2U benefits. 10:30-11:30am Suncoast Aud. 779 Medical Dr RSVP: 473-3919 Dessert Card Party, Call for a table of 4 or to sub. Have fun at Lemon Bay Womans Club. 51 N. Maple St. 11:30 3. $5.00 941-475-4829. Pickleball (Open), Englewood Sports Complex, 1-4p, 941-861-1980. Cost: $2. This session is Open Play Fish Fry, Fish Fry-Haddock, Shrimp & Salad Bar served 4:30 to 7:00 PM. Music by MC Squared at 6:30PM. Legion 113 3436 Indiana Rd. Friday Dine & Dance, Special: Stuffed Pork Chop & varied reg menu 5-7:30pm. Music: Escape 7-10pm. Rotonda Elks, members & guests SATURDAY VBS Register Now, Mon-Fri June 11-15, 5:30-8:30pm w/light dinner. Register at GulfCoveChurch.com. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 Closet of Hope, Free clothing, ID required. 1st & 3rd Saturdays 9:30a-12p. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 BINGO, VFW Aux. 550 N. McCall Rd. Englewood 1:00 3:30 pm. Pblic Welcome 474-7516 Lego Club, Third Sat 1:30 pm Elsie Quirk Library 100 W Dearborn St. 861-5000. Kids ages 5 & up create with Library provided LEGOs Lassos & Lawn Chairs, Family Carnival & Outdoor Movie 5:00pm, Movie 7:45. $7/pp, age 5 & under FREE. 1500 Crestwood Rd, Englewood 941-474-5511 spaghetti supper, Masons Spaghetti & Meatball Supper. 5-7 pm, 265 Pine St. $8 donation. 941-5257212. Home cooked meal. PUBLIC INVITED! KARAOKE NIGHT, Karaoke at Post 113 at 6:30. Come and sing with friends. 3436 Indiana Rd. Rotonda West. SUNDAY Boasted Chicken, Best broasted chicken dinner 2-4pm. Eat in or take out. Cocktails, beer & wine start at noon. Rotonda Elks. English Tea, English Tea Lemon Bay Womans Club 51 N. Maple enjoy lunch, tea & music Sun 5/20 1:00 4:00 $15 must register 474-9762 Sunday Blue Plate, Country Fried Steak Vfw Auxiliary 550 N. Mccall Rd. Englewood 4:00 6:00 Pm Dine In Or Carry Out $6:00 Public Welcome FC BLAST KIDS, BLAST Middle School Youth Group meets Sun. 5-7pm@140 Rot. Blvd. W. Join us for fun, food, games & Bible Study. 475-7447 Bar Bingo, Bar Bingo starts at 6:30 PM. Stop out and Play. 3436 Indiana Rd. Rotonda West. MONDAY Wings & Music, Wings, burgers, salads, specials & more 5-7pm Music: ROBERT & WOLFiE 6-9pm Rotonda Elks, members & guests Crafting, Help us to craft items; bring lunch, we supply dessert at Lemon Bay Womans Club, 51 N. Maple St. 9:30 12:30 681-2048. Pickleball (Open), Englewood Sports Complex, 1-4p, 941-861-1980. Cost: $2. This session is Open Play H2U Birthday Meeting, Celebrating May Birthdays with a Free Party-Bring friends. 1:30-3pm at Suncoast Aud. 779 Medical Dr. RSVP: 473-3919 AYCE Spaghetti Night, AYCE Spaghetti and Salad Bar. $8.00 ea., We have Open Mic-Night starts at 6:30 PM in the lounge. Have some great fun! Open Music Jam, 6-9 every Monday.Indian mound Park.210 Wlnson ave.Englewood,fl 34223, 941 786 6116 Zumba Gold & Toning, Get fit while working out with Ricki to world music at Lemon Bay Womans Club, 51 N. Maple St, 6-7 pm, $7 each. 445-1310 TUESDAY TOPS 167 Suncoast, Learn how to Take Off Pounds Sensibly & keep them off. 8-9 am Suncoast Aud. $4/Mo. Info: 475-0449. Register: 473-3919. Badminton, Englewood Sports Complex, 941-861-1980, 9-10a. $2 to play! Table Tennis, Englewood Sports Complex, 941-861-1980, 9:30-12:30p. $2 to play! Line Dancing, Dance with Harry to country, pop & standards at Lemon Bay Womans Club, 51 N. Maple St. 10-11am, $3, 474-1438. Serving Lunch Daily, Lunch specials daily at Rotonda Elks. Good food, great prices. Draft beer specials. Members & guests. Auxilry Penny Bingo, Post #113, Rotonda W..every Tues..,11:30 am-3:00 pm..lots of fun..call 697-9991-Open to Public! Friend to Friend, Fellowship and fun every Tuesday from 1-3pm. Noon luncheon on 4th Tuesday. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 Pickleball (Open), Englewood Sports Complex, 1-4p, 941-861-1980. Cost: $2. This session is Open Play H2U Tuesday Cards, Play 4 types of cards. Bring friends. Play games of your choice. Free. Englewood Hospital Caf. 1:30-4:00 RSVP: 473-3919 Hurricane Seminar, Hurricane Awareness Seminar, Englewood United Methodist Church, Tuesday, 5/22/18, 2pm-4pm, Free to the Public WEDNESDAY Taco Bar is Back, Taco Salad, Tacos, Nachos, Burritos & more 5-7pm Music by Frank Amedeo 6-9pm Rotonda Elks members&guests H2U Walk 15 Class, Movements w/music. All ages & fitness levels. Join us from 8:30-9:20 am. Suncoast Aud. 779 Medical Dr, $4 RSVP: 473-3919 Beginner Pickleball, Englewood Sports Complex, 10:3012:30p, 941-861-1980. Cost: $2. This session is NOT instructional H2U Meet & Eat, Join the H2U Meet & Eat Group, 11:30-1:00 pm, Howards Restaurant, 70 N Indiana, Englewood. Dutch treat. RSVP: 473-3919. Intermed. Pickleball, Englewood Sports Complex, 10:3012:30p, 941-861-1980. Cost: $2. Intermediate Play Zumba with Chantal, Dance and work out to world music at Lemon Bay Womans Club located at 51 N. Maple St, 6-7 pm, $7.00. 941-445-1310. Quarter Auction, Quarter Auction starts at 7:00PM. Proceeds go to Charity. 3436 Indiana Rd. Rotonda West. Contract Bridge, Contract bridge is played Thu from 12:15 til 3:30 at The Hills Rest. RGCC, 100 Rotonda Cir, 698-7945, $3. THURSDAY Badminton, Englewood Sports Complex, 941-861-1980, 9-10a. $2 to play! Line Dance Club, 9:3011:30am, Christ Lutheran Church, 701 N Indiana Ave. Improver/intermed. line dances. Public welcome. Nancy 474-6027 Table Tennis, Englewood Sports Complex, 941-861-1980, 9:3012:30p. $2 to play! Family Story Time, Thursdays 10:30 am Stories, rhymes, music & play for children of all ages. Elsie Quirk Library, 100 W Dearborn 861-5000 Pickleball (Open), Englewood Sports Complex, 1-4p, 941-861-1980. Cost: $2. This session is Open Play BINGO 6:30PM, Bingo 6:30pm. Public Invited. Nice prizes. Play for as little as $1. Bar food available. Rotonda Elks. A cappella singers, 701 N Indiana Ave, Englewood on Thurs. 6:30 PM for an evening of a cappella singing in the Barbershop style. 9413079825 FRIDAY, MAY 25 Dine & Dance, Prime Rib Special & reg menu available 5-7:30p Music: JAY SMITH 7-10pm. Rotonda Elks, members & guests VBS Register Now, Mon-Fri June 11-15, 5:30-8:30pm w/light dinner. Register at GulfCoveChurch.com. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 TODAY Holy Name Bingo, 5-9pm San Pedro Activity Center Refreshments Non-Smoking Up to $1300.00 in Cash Prizes Open to all 429-6602 Basic Exercise, $3/class 9-10 am NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Come & join Brenda & class for a good workout. Blood Pressure, 9:30-10:30 am NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Lorna DeRiggs, RN takes the reading. Get yours today North Port VFW, Members & Guests, Fish Fry/Rib Dinner 5-7, Music by DJ Scotty 6-10, 4860 Trott Cir, NP 426-6865 North Port Moose, Friday night party! Karaoke with Gil and Rhonda at 7! Prime rib or salmon dinner special!, 14156 tamiami trl NP Pinochle, $2/person 12-3 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Come & spend the afternoon with friends & cards AMVETS 312 Dinner, Lunch 11:30-2:00 Dinner 5-7 Friday Fish Night Great food 7:00 Darts Public welcome 7050 Chancellor Blvd NP 941-429-5403 Pinochle, $2/person 6-9 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd Rochelle 429-1887 Friday night card fun with great people SATURDAY Closet of Hope, Free clothing, ID required. 1st & 3rd Saturdays 9:30a-12p. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 North Port VFW, Members & Guests, Pool Table, Golf, Bowling, Jukebox...whats your pleasure, 4860 Trott Cir, NP 426-6865 Helper Needed, Meals on Wheels needs volunteer drivers and kitchen assistants. Plz help941-6856969 or npmealsonwheels @gmail. com North Port Moose, Hotdogs and pizza for lunch and beef stroganoff dinner special!, 14156 tamiami trl NP Canteen Bingo, Canteen Bingo Saturday, May 19, 2-4pm $2/ hand at Amer Lgn Post 254 6648 Taneytown NP. Open to Public. 941-822-7820 AMVETS 312 Dinner, Dinner 5-7 BeefTips&Noodles Sal,Veg,Des $10 Music 6:30-9:30 Scotty Dog Public Welcome 7050 Chancellor Bl NP 941-429-5403 SUNDAY AMVETS 312 Breakfast, 8:30-11:00 Large selection incl bev $7.00 $1.00 Bloody Marys public welcome 7050 Chancellor Blvd NP 941-429-5403 North Port VFW, Members & Guests, Open 10AM-8PM, District 10 Meeting 10AM, Picnic to follow, 4860 Trott Cir, NP 426-6865 Writers on the Air, Common Grounds Meeting Hall, 12735 Us-41 At 3:00 Local Poets/ Writers. Sign Up 2:30 Public Welcome Free 941-223-1262 MONDAY Basic Exercise, $3/class 9-10 am NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Come & join Brenda & class for a good workout. Mahjongg, 9 am-12:30 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Learn something new. Willing to teach. VBS Register NOW, NPCUCC, 3450 S. Biscayne, VBS-Age 5-grade 5,June 18-22nd, 8:3012noon, M-F, all faiths welcome. Register now! North Port VFW, Members & Guests, Wings 5-7, Q-7PM, Music by Mike & Joe 6:30-9:30, 4860 Trott Cir, NP 426-6865 North Port Moose, Wings for lunch and dinner or meatloaf! Queen is at 6! 14156 tamiami trl NP Duplicate Bridge, $3/ person 12:30-4:30 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd Ella 429-8958 If you like bridge this is the place to be Rummikub, 1-4 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Like cards but not holding them? This is played with tiles. AMVETS 312 Dinner, Lunch 11:30-2:00 Dinner 5-7 Mexican Night $2 Margaritas great food Public welcome 7050 Chancellor Blvd NP 941-429-5403 TUESDAY TOPS 0123, Stop by TOPS for successful weight loss. Methodist Church on Wesley Ave every Tuesday at 8:00 am 423-8676 Nancy VBS Register NOW, NPCUCC, 3450 S. Biscayne, VBS-Age 5-grade 5,June 18-22nd, 8:30-12noon, M-F, all faiths welcome.Register now! Scrabble, 9:30-11:30 am NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 If you like scrabble come join in the fun. Mahjong, 10 am-2 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Learn something new. Willing to teach. North Port VFW, Members & Guests, Taco Tuesday 11-2, Euchre 12-4, $0.25 off drafts, domestic btls & wells, 4860 Trott Cir, NP 426-6865 North Port Moose, Happy hour starts at 3! Lodge meeting at 7! Pork chops and shepherd pie dinner special, 14156 tamiami trl NP Prayer Shawl Group, NPCUCC, 3450 S. Biscayne, May 22, 2-3:30pm, knitters//crocheters, call 423-5618, yarn provided, all faiths welcome. Bingo, $5/20 games $1 per coverall 3-5:30 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Payouts depend on sales AMVETS 312 Dinner, Lunch 11:30-2:00 Dinner 5-7 Phillies & Wings Great food, friends Public welcome 7050 Chancellor Blvd NP 941-429-5403 WEDNESDAY Basic Exercise, $3/class 9-10 am NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Come & join Brenda & class for a good workout. VBS Register Now, Time, location, phone is required in this field or listing will not print. 120 char. limit. Amateur Radio, North Port Amateur Radio Club, Coffee Break. All Welcome. North Port Abbes Doughnuts 9:15AM come & have coffee 888-2980 North Port VFW, Members & Guests, Cyndies Drink of the Day 6-10, a different drink every Wednesday, 4860 Trott Cir, NP, 426-6865 Hand & Foot, 12-3 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Easy to learn, lots of fun and willing to teach. North Port Moose, Gyro lunch special and mussels for dinner! Free glass of wine with dinner purchase! Bar Bingo, 14156 tamiami trl NP Pinochle, $1.50/person 3:30-6 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd Pat Lucia 257-8358 Lets play cards & have fun AMVETS 312 Dinner, Lunch 11:30-2:00 Dinner 5-7 Steak Night Great food, Public welcome 7050 Chancellor Blvd NP 941-429-5403 Ch the Ace 6:30 THURSDAY Crafty Ladies, Handcrafted items every Thursday 9-11:30am (except holidays). Oaks Cove, Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-5533 Conversation Group, 10-11:30 am NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Bring a topic to talk about or a joke to share. North Port VFW, Members & Guests, Euchre 12-4, Bingo 5PM, Bowling 6PM, Kitchen Open 5-7, 4860 Trott Cir, NP 426-6865 Mexican Dominos, 12-3 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 The dominoes have numbers not dots so come join the fun North Port Moose, Philly cheese steak special for lunch, Canasta at noon and cash bingo at 7! Bbq ribs and pizza specials! 14156 tamiami AMVETS 312 Dinner, Lunch 11:30-2:00 Dinner 5-7 Italian Nite Public welcome 7050 Chancellor Blvd NP 941-429-5403 Fun Bowling for $ 7:00 FRIDAY, MAY 25 Basic Exercise, $3/class 9-10 am NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Come & join Brenda & class for a good workout. North Port VFW, Members & Guests, Fish Fry/Rib Dinner 5-7, Music by DJ Scotty 6-10, 4860 Trott Cir, NP 426-6865 North Port Moose, Friday night party! Karaoke with Gil and Rhonda at 7! Prime rib or salmon dinner special!, 14156 tamiami trl NP Pinochle, $2/person 12-3 pm NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Come & spend the afternoon with friends & cards CHARLOTTE EVENTS ENGLEWOOD EVENTS NORTH PORT EVENTS St Vincent de Paul Yard Sale, 9 a.m.1p.m. Saturday May 19, 21841 Felton Ave. Port Charlotte. Back of St. Charles Borromeo Church in Easy St. Small appliances, yard furniture, key board, tennis rackets, sewing machine, quilts sets, clothing and many more. Friday Fish Fry, Last Fish Fry until the Fall at CCUMC, 27000 Sunnybrook Rd., P.G., Fl., 941-629-1593 this Fri. May 18th, 5 pm to 7 pm. Fried/Baked Fish or Shrimp, Fries, Coleslaw, Hush Puppies, Drink & Dessert for a donation of $8.00. Dont miss this chance to let us cook and clean up for you while you enjoy. Observatory Open House, Moore Observatory Open House, FSW, 26300 Airport Rd, PG 8:30 to 11:00 Free admission; see the night sky with a 16Ž telescope. Use additional scopes as well. See Jupiter and its moons, star clusters, and galaxies. Weather permitting. Last session until September. Info 941-769-1441 Featured EventsPAID ADVERTISEMENTS The Community Calendar items are entered by the event organizers and are run as submitted.Ž To submit an item, go to www.yoursun.com, select an edition and click on the Community CalendarŽ link on the left. Click Submit Event,Ž and fill out the appropriate information.

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The Sun /Friday, May 18, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 21 7CLASSIFIEDS 1000REAL ESTATEWe Are Pledged To The Letter And Spirit of U.S. Policy For The Achievement Of Equal Housing Opportunity Throughout The Nation. We Encourage And Support An Affirmative Advertising And Marketing Program In Which there Are No Barriers To Obtaining Housing Because of Race, Color, Religion, Sec, Handicap, Familial Status Or National Origin.Ž REAL EST A TE 1010 16501010Open House 1015 Real Estate Auctions 1020Homes/General For Sale 1030Waterfront Homes For Sale 1031 Foreclosures For Sale 1035 Golf Course Community For Sale 1040Condos/Villas For Sale 1060Townhouses For Sale 1070Duplexes For Sale 1075Tri-Plex For Sale 1080Apartments For Sale 1090Mobile Homes For Sal e 1100Interval Ownership 1100 Out of Area Homes For Sale 1115Trade/Exchange 1120Wanted To Buy RENT 1205 Lease Option 1210 Homes 1240Condos/Villas 1280 Townhouses 1300Duplexes 1320Apartments 1330Hotel/Motel 1340Mobile Homes 1345Misc. 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Tiled through out awesome views and privacy on this quiet cul-de-sac street. $189,900 FLA GOLF PROPERTIES INC 941-698-4653 742-H AVENIDA ESTANCIA #112 VENICE *TURNKEY* OPEN BY APPT. ESTANCIASOFCAPRIISLESVERYDESIRABLE2BR/2BA ENDUNITWITHLOTSOFSUNLIGHTANDGREATGOLF COURSEVIEWS. Debra Villari 609-458-4627Berkshire Hathaway 1010 OPEN HOUSE 68 OAKLAND HILLS CT ROTONDA WEST 33947 $20K REDUCTION OPEN BY APPT.Classic Florida Golf-Course Pool Home 3 Bed 2 Bath 2 Car Garage located along the 3rd fairway of Rotonda Hills Course on a quiet cul-de-sac street. Updated and well maintained. turnkey furnished Offered @ $199,900 byFLA GOLF PROPERTIES INC 941-698-4653 DEEP CREEK OPEN HOUSE SUN 1-4PM 27454 TIERRA DEL FUEGO UPDATED 3/2 pool home.$279,900 CHRIS MCMILLAN RE/MAX ANCHOROFMARINAPARK EFFECTIVE MONDAY, APRIL 30, 2018 You Can Find Classified Ads On Our Website sun-classifieds.com 7 Days a Week & in Print WednesdaySunday in the Charlotte Sun, North Port Sun and Englewood Sun as Well as Wednesday & Saturday in the Venice Gondolier We No longer Will Have a Classified Section on Monday or Tuesday in Print. IMPORTANT CHANGE PLEASE READ OPEN MON.-SAT. 11:00AM-4:00PM 195 HARBOR BLVD. PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2 Oversized Garage, Designer Ceiling, Travertine Floors, Solid Wood Cabinetry, Granite, Impact Glass, Spray Foam Insulation. MODEL HOME $240,000 Call Julia 941-258-3739 OPEN SAT.-SUN. 12PM-4PM 342 Monaco Dr. P.G.I. 3/2.5/2 3,300sf. 80 WATERFRONT Home. Heated Infinity Pool w/ Waterfalls & Infinity Stone Spa. 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North Port FL 34286 3/2/2 POOL HOME 1884sf Exit Compass Realty Anita Wood 941-916-8770 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE $169,900. New Custom Homes From $169,900. on Your Lot or Ours. Custom 3/2/2, 1600+ sf., Classic Series. Prompt Delivery. Reliance Project Mgm`t Call Today For Plans & Your Tour! CGC#1512533 941-468-8300 SELLING YOUR HOME, CONDO, OR LOT? WE CAN HELP YOU. Advertise your home, condo, or lot with us and reach over 150,000 readers in Charlotte, Sarasota, & DeSoto Counties and online everyday. Ask about our 90 day special. Call one of our classified experts for all the details at 866-463-1638 Realtors Welcome! NEW CUSTOM HOME 1493 Navigator Road Beautiful NEW Construction 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 3 car garage, Home on Deep Creek Golf Course. 2,000 sq.ft. All Custom Upgrades. $299,900 941-626-7682 NORTH PORT3/2/2POOL HOME! 1841 SF, DESIGNERTILE, DEN, GREATROOM, LARGELANAI, ALLNEWSS APPLIANCES, CARPETALLOWANCE, CATHEDRALCEILINGS& MORE!! $247,500. 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Villa Milano is a lovely gated, deed restricted community so convenient to all things! The 1874 sq ft 3 bd, 2 bath, 2 car gar home enjoys a huge 10x30 screened lanai. Call Pat Walker 941-276-4674 REMAX Anchor Realty Classified=Sales PORT CHARLOTTE 15349 Mille Fiore Blvd., WATER-FRONT with ULTIMATE PRIVACY in NW Port Charlotte's expanding GATED COMMUNITY of Villa Milano, Spectacular custom 1-owner Mediterranean design 2200 SF LIGHT, BRIGHT, open great room comcept with formal dining room, 3-Bedrooms + Den/Office. Low HOA ($98/MO) $340,000 Patty Gillespie Remax Anchor 941-875-2755 PORT CHARLOTTE LARGE REMODELED HOME 3/2/2, All New, 2240sf under air. $239,900/obo 941-421-4250 PUNTA GORDA COURTYARD POOL HOME PLUS EXTRA LOT. 3/2.5/1CG, IMMACULATE. NEEDSNOTHING. PARKLIKE SETTING. BEAUTIFULLYLAND-SCAPED. 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NORTH PORT 5627 Hidden Oak Court. Beautiful Heron Creek Villa, built in 2003 with 2bdrm 2 baths plus den, 1657 sq ft with lovely lanai and 2 car garage, larger lot 13,174 sq ft. Maintenance included in fee and furniture negotiable. $185,000 Pat Walker 941-276-4674 REMAX Anchor Realty PRIVATE WINTER GET-AWAY RENTTHISLIKENEWŽ VERY LARGE, 2 BED/2 BATHPRIVATE HOME. BEAUTIFULLYAPPOINTED ANDTURN-KEY. HEATEDPOOL. CAPEHAZEAREAJUSTMINUTES TOBOCAGRANDE. SOCLOSETO MANYBEACHES& BAY. BRINGYOUR BOAT. PRIVATEGARAGE. LARGE DECKW/LAKEVIEW. RENTINGOCTOBER2018 THROUGHMARCH2019. ALSOAVAILABLETOPURCHASE.CALL941-769-0200 To Advertise in The Showcase of Homes Please Call 866-463-1638 or Email; special@sunnewspapers.net VENETIAN FALLS VILLA VENICE 2br/2ba + Den, 2 Car garage, End Unit, 55+, Has it all! No agents please. $279,900 941-493-3331 VENICE 55+ main. free stand alone 2/2/2/ Villa in a friendly complex close to shopping library restaurants. Move in condition. Furn or unfurn. 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Page 22 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 18, 2018 CLASSIFIEDS 8 1110 OUT OF AREA HOMES CREEKFRONT WITH LOG CABIN 7.8 ACRESINWESTERNNCNEARTIEC. NEW1400 SF CABINFEATURESSCRPORCH,FPL,LG. DECK, VAULTEDCEILINGS,HDWDFLOORS$189,900 HORSEFRIENDLY828-286-1666 Y Y ouSa ouSa ve ve BigBuc BigBuc ks ks Shopping Shopping Classifieds! Classifieds! 1210 HOMES FOR RENT NEED A RENTAL Paradise Properties & Rentals, Inc 941-625-RENT PUNTA GORDA Charming, Old Fashioned 3/2 Country Cottage. Furnished. Spa. On Creek. Short or Long Term. $1,200/Mo. Contact Owner/Realtor Direct. 941-815-2505 VENICE ISLAND C omp l ete l y Updated, 2/1, Granite, S/S, $1,800/mo. 1st, Last & Security. 941-374-2466 1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT PORT CHARLOTTE 1 bd room apartment w/Lanai. Totally Renovated. No Pets or Smoking $850mo incls Elec, Water, Yard. 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Ask about our 90 day special.Call one of our classified experts for all the details at 866-463-1638 Realtors Welcome! PORT CHARLOTTE Sailboat access oversized Lot with GORGEOUSVIEWS of the Manchester Waterway! Come see this rare find located at 17369 OHara Dr. Lora Keller, Remax Palm 941-505-1519 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE ROTONDA SHORES3415 ETHLYNLANEBACKSUPTOA200+ ACRE WILDLIFEPRESERVE. NICE,QUIET, CLEANNEIGHBORHOOD. ONLY$24,900 AND NOHOA FEES. 941-769-0200 C a s h i n w i t h C l a s s THE LAST BEST LOT AT MERCHANT'S CROSSING ALMOSTANACREAT1599 PLACIDARD. (RT775) ENGLEWOODACROSSFROMPUBLIXANDBEALLS.WATER,SEWERANDTURNINGLANEIN PLACE. IDEALFORMULTI-UNIT BUILDING(S), OFFICE, OR CONDOS. NEIGHBORINGLOTS PRICEDAT$1.8 AND$1.9MILLIONDOLLARS!!! OURGIVE-AWAY PRICEŽONLY$379,000 WITHSHORT TERMFINANCINGPOSSIBLE. 941-769-0200 1515 WATERFRONT LOTS OSPREY W OF 41 SPANISH POINT 3 Lots to Bay with Bay view and access. Oak Canopys, fishing pier, 4 parks, $165K 941-475-1379 1600 BUSINESS FOR SALE P O RT C HARL O TTE O perating Barber Shop for Sale! 5 Stations with sinks. $25K Call Allen 941-661-0191 Motivated Seller! 1610 BUSINESS RENTALS A rca di a D owntown A nt i que District around 4,300 Sq Ft. $1,800 mthly plus utilities. Call Jean 954-547-3738 VENICE ISLANDCLOSETOVENICEAVENUE,RESTAURANTS& RETAILSHOPS! 3-4 OFFICES + PRIV. BATHGROUND LEVEL 1000sf $1350/mo Call 941-587-7828 1620 COMMERCIAL/ INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY THE LAST BEST LOT AT MERCHANT'S CROSSING ALMOSTANACREAT1599 PLACIDARD. (RT775) ENGLEWOODACROSSFROMPUBLIXANDBEALLS.WATER,SEWERANDTURNINGLANEIN PLACE. IDEALFORMULTI-UNIT BUILDING(S), OFFICE, OR CONDOS. NEIGHBORINGLOTS PRICEDAT$1.8 AND$1.9MILLIONDOLLARS!!! OURGIVE-AWAY PRICEŽONLY$379,000 WITHSHORT TERMFINANCINGPOSSIBLE. 941-769-0200 2000EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT 2005Services 2010Professional 2015Banking 2020Clerical 2025Computer 2030Medical 2035Musical 2040 Restaurant/Hotel2050SkilledTrades 2060Management 2070Sales 2090Child/Adult Care Needed 2100General 2110Part-time/ Temp 2115Home Based Business 2120Seeking Employment 2005 SERVICES PROFESSIONAL RESUMES SARASOTA/CHARLCO. CALLFORDETAILS 941-214-5257 2010 PROFESSIONAL EXPD BARBERneeded for the Venice Area.941-376-7301 2010 PROFESSIONAL CITY OF PUNTA GORDA POLICE DEPARTMENT TESTINGFORPLACEMENT INPOLICE OFFICER HIRINGPOOLSTARTINGSALARY: $41,226 VISITWWW.PGORDA.US, CAREEROPPORTUNITIESCOPG ISANEOE / VP & DFWP EFFECTIVE MONDAY, APRIL 30, 2018 You Can Find Classified Ads On Our Website sun-classifieds.com 7 Days a Week & in Print WednesdaySunday in the Charlotte Sun, North Port Sun and Englewood Sun as Well as Wednesday & Saturday in the Venice Gondolier We No longer Will Have a Classified Section on Monday or Tuesday in Print. IMPORTANT CHANGE PLEASE READ MANAGERS/STYLISTS NEEDED IMMEDIATELY [2 Locations] Great Clips is the #1 hair care brand in the country and we are looking for stylists for 2 BUSY LOCATIONS in North Port and Pt. Charlotte. NO CLIENTELE NEEDED! Hourly pay, productivity, product bonus and more! Stay busy year round and have plenty of hours. F/T and P/T positions available. Set up an interview and see if Great Clips is a fit for you. For questi ons or to set up an interview, please call Mike @ 239.218.6153 between 9am and 9pm daily. SUNCOAST HUMANE SOCIETYISLOOKINGFORANIMAL CARE TECHNICIAN VETERINARYTECHNICIANORASSISTANTEXPERIENCENEEDED. ANIMAL CARE SPECIALIST CLEANING, FEEDINGAND CARINGFORANIMALS. THRIFT STORE TRUCK DRIVERPICK-UP& DELIVERY OFDONATEDITEMSFORRESALE.NO PHONE CALLS. APPLICATIONSANDRESUMESTO LCORNISH@HUMANE.ORGFORMOREINFORMATIONVISIT:WWW.HUMANE.ORG T urnyou r trashinto cash! Advertise youryard sa l e! 2011JOB FAIRS JOB FAIRWed May 16th 4:45PM 7PM 1970 Golf Street Sarasota, FL 34236NOW HIRING:Full Time, Part Time, & PRN for the following positions ARNPS, RNS, LPNS, MEDICAL ASSISTANTS, FRONT DESK, PHLEBOTOMISTS& Other positions in the Sarasota, Englewood, Venice, Bradenton & Lakewood Ranch areas.GREAT BENEFITS & COMPETITIVE PAY. Cant Make Job Fair?? Than Apply at: www.flcancer.com/en/ careers/ 2030 MEDICAL SOLARIS HEALTHCAREis now HiringNURSE 3-11PM CNAs 3-11PM Weekend Supervisor$2000 Sign on BONUS!! Apply: solarishealthcare.vikus.net CLASSIFIED WORKS! 2030 MEDICAL www.HorizonTechInstitute.ComADVANCE YOUR CAREERŽ Licensed & Accredited School Murdock Town Center on 411032 Tamiami Tr Unit 3YOUcan become a LPN within 11 months. Enrollment ongoing.Start Working In 2-5 wks! Classes Start Each Month Call For Class Dates Nursing Assistant (120hrs) Home Health Aide (75hrs) Phlebotomy Tech (165hrs) EKG Tech (165hrs) Patient Care Tech (600hrs) Job Assist. & Pymt. Plans Call Now to Register! 941-889-7506 PHLEBOTOMY,EKG, Classes Start 05/28LPNwkds 05/28 CNA05/28 Med. Asst. 05/28 2040 RESTAURANT/ HOTEL PREP COOK, DISHWASHER, & EXP. LINE COOK NEEDED. T OLLS P AID SOUTHBEACHBAR& GRILLBOCAGRANDE941-964-0765 WANTEDEXPD, TEAM MEMBERS HOSTS, SERVERS & BARTENDERS For Busy Waterfront Restaurant Apply in Person: White Elephant Pub 1855 Gulf Blvd. Englewood 2050 SKILLED TRADES C DL C LA SS A S EMI-DRIVER to Haul Trees & Assist w/ Load i ng. Exp. of Equip. Operating. 941-539-2216 Habla Espanol CONCRETE FINISHERS needed ASAP. Pay rate based on Skills. Work is in Charlotte County area. Call 941-628-8498 and ask for Tim. IN S TALLER/HELPER NEEDED for installation/manuf acturing of Hurricane Shutters. FL Drivers lic. required. Exp. h elpful but will train the right person. (941)-485-5878 Venice MAINTENAN C E P OS ITI O N, Full-Time, available with Property Management Co. near Placida. General building and grounds maintenance. Pool experience a plus. Benefits available. Pay based on experience. Call 941-697-4500 ROOF ESTIMATOR NEEDED,P/T Experience preferred 941-628-0251 TIRE TECH w/DL. $500-$700 PER WEEK Call 941-639-5681 PUT CLASSIFIEDS TOWORK FORYOU!FINDAJOB! BUYAHOME! BUYACAR! ABargainHunters Delight Checkthe ClassifiedsFirst! AWhole Marketplaceof Shoppingisrightat your Fingertips! 2060 MANAGEMENT Classified Telephone Sales Manager Do you love inside Telephone Sales? Would you like a well-known first-class product with repeat customers to sell to? The market-leading Sun newspaper is looking for a leader who can both sell individually and coach their inside sales team of five people.CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGis an important part of Sun Newspapers success, and due to a retirement of our current manager, the primary leadership position in the classified advertising department of Sun Newspapers is available. This position is a sales management position that includes all major classifications: employment, real estate, automotive, services, and merchandise as well as obituary sales and public notices including legal advertising. This leadership position requires telephone sales management experience, coordination and management of daily operations of telephone sales, budgeting, and forecasting. The position requires superior customer service skills and an understanding of customer needs, as you will deal with local businesses and private party customers regularly. Daily classifieds, obituaries, and public notices are handled through proprietary software that facilitates both a print and online solution, therefore, the best candidate wil l have computer skills including Microsoft Office (Excel) and must understand what available technologies capabilities are and how utilization at the maximum level will help to create revenue success. We offer: Competitive salary plus bonus opportunities Health and dental insurance Paid time off 401(k) Training Stable and secure company with adv ancement opportunities. We are a drug and nicotine free workplace. Pre-employment drug/ nicotine testing required.Please send your resume to: Sun Newspapers Glen Nickerson Publisher 23170 Harborview Road Port Charlotte, FL 33980 gnickerson@sun-herald.com 2090 CHILD/ADULT CARE NEEDED P unta G or d a Child C are seeking Loving, Reliable, TEACHERS for Full time positions. 45 DCF hours preferred. Call 941-639-4422 2100 GENERAL AREYOURETIREDANDMISSINGSOMETHINGINYOURLIFE??WEREYOURSUCCESSESINTHEWORLDHANDLEDWITHPRIDE& DETERMINATION? IFTHESETRAITSARESECONDNATURETOYOU, THENWEWOULDLIKETOTALKTOYOU! WEARESEEKINGATEAMOFREPRESENTATIVESTOREPRESENTUSASCIRCULATION SUBSCRIPTION SPECIALISTS**DEPENDABLETRANSPORTATIONISREQUIRED. WERECOGNIZETHATYOUVALUEAFLEXIBLESCHEDULE. IFINTERESTEDCONTACTJIMDEFALLE AT941-786-7676 BOAT PAINTER NEEDEDCall 941-698-1144 The Venice Gondolier Sun is now taking applications for carriers in Venice and surrounding areas. Must have dependable vehicle, a valid Florida Drivers License and proof of insurance. Apply in person: 200 E. Venice Ave. Venice, FL 34285 No Phone Calls Please. CARRIERS NEEDED DRIVER Li g h t W are h ous i ng, Clean License Required. Must have Transportation! Drug Free Environment. 30-40 hrs weekly. Call 941-204-2258 2100 GENERAL CUSTOMER SERVICE REPS The Charlotte Sun Newspaper has full & part-time openings with weekends & holidays REQUIRED. We are seeking reliable, flexible, pleasant people with good phone skills, personality and the ability to handle customer relations. Computer experience mandatory, must be able to work in a fast-paced work environment. We are a drug & nicotine free workplace Pre-employment drug/nicotine testing required Email resum e tossampiere@sun-herald.comOr Apply in Person 23170 Harborview Road Charlotte Harbor Mon.-Fri. EOE Non Smoking Office DRIVERS & WAREHOUSE HELPfor Local Seafood Company.Good Pay!!! 941-380-9212 FOOT ORTHOTIC LABLooking to train a Motivated, Mature, Enthuastic, team player with an eye for detail. Must be ready to work 40hrs per week and possible overtime when needed, 7am-3:30 Job includes working with Computers small machinery, cutting materials, Light to medium lifting Benefits & Raise after 90 days Send resume to: Michele@jsbinc.com GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCEFull Time, Great Benefits! Mission Valley Golf & CC Will train right person Email: hr@popegolf.net Or stop by 1851 Mission Valley Blvd, Nokomis GRANITE INSTALL HELPER, WILL TRAIN! (941) 235-9567 KIT C HEN & H OO D C LEANER Must Be Able to WorkAll Shifts. Incl. Wkends. Cleaning Commercial Kitchen Hood & Ducts. Valid/Clean DL, Trans. & Climbing Ladders a Must. Drug/Alcohol Free Co. 941423-9149 or 941-915-2828 A-Z LAWNCARE/ LANDSCAPING SEEKINGLAWNCARE TECHS FT, YEARROUND,ANDPT. TOP PAY$12.00 $18/PER HOURBASEDON EXPERIENCE. ENGLEWOOD AREA, LV. MSG. (941)-270-0508 OR(941)-474-2554 LOOKING FOR AN ENJOYABLE POSITION WITH FLEXIBLE HOURS THAT FITS YOUR LIFESTYLE? IMMEDIATE OPENINGS for Representatives to Promote the Sun Newspapers at Various Locations Throughout the Local Area. NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED WE WILL TRAIN! Perfect for Retired/Semi Retired, Outgoing, Dependable Who Can Set Their Own Schedule. Prior Self-Employed or Sales Experience a Plus. Positive Work Environment. Business Casua l Attire. Reliable Transportation and Cell Phone Required. Call Today for Interview 941-883-8590 or 941-268-5731 MAILROOMTHE CHARLOTTE SUN NEWSPAPERPart-time positions available. No Experience necessary. Be able to lift at least 20 lbs., willing to work flexible hours, able to work days or evenings.To fill out an Application Apply in person Mon.-Fri. 9-5 The Charlotte Sun Newspaper 23170 Harborview Road Charlotte Harbor, FL Please, No Phone Calls We are a drug and nicotine free workplace Pre-employment drug and nicotine te sting required PAGE DESIGNERThe Charlotte Sun is looking for Full-Time layout/design help. InDesign experience is helpful. Job involves evenings and weekend hours. Send resume to nlane@sun-herald.com The Sun is a drug/ nicotine-free workplace.

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The Sun /Friday, May 18, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 23 CLASSIFIEDS 9 2100 GENERAL ONSITE AG SERVICES in Onley, VA is accepting referrals through the State Workforce Agencies for 88 farmworkers. The job includes duties associated with the cultivating of tomatoes. This work can require standing, walking, stooping, bending, and lifting up to 50 pounds for long periods of time outdoors in all weather conditions. This is a temporary position from 6/30/18 to 10/12/18. Three-fourths of an avg. of 40/hrs/wk guaranteed. Work tools, supplies and equipment provided at no cost. Housing will be provided without cost to workers who cannot reasonably return to their permanent residence at the end of the workday. If applicable, expenses for subsistence & transportation to the worksite will be provided. Employment eligibility checked on all applicants. Wage rate $11.46/hr and/or piece rate. Apply for t his job at your nearest State Workforce Agency or the 359 S. Commerce Avenue, Sebring, FL 33870 job order #1333567. PHONE CLEANER Venice area. Full-Time1-800-396-9699 POOLMAINTENANCE PERSON 3-4 days per week, 2430/hrs. Will train right person. MUST have clean drivers lic. Call 941-493-2224 or Stop by 51 S Venice Blvd, Venice ABargainHunters Delight Checkthe ClassifiedsFirst! AWhole Marketplaceof Shoppingisrightat your Fingertips! PROOFREADER …THECHARLOTTESUNIS LOOKINGFORA PROOFREADERTOHELP PREVENTGRAMMAR,SPELLING& PUNCTUATION MISTAKESINITSDAILY PUBLICATIONS. A STRONGUNDERSTANDING OFGRAMMARRULESAND SPELLINGISNECESSARY. KNOWLEDGEOFAP STYLE ISAPLUS. JOBISPART TIMEANDREQUIRES EVENINGANDWEEKENDS. SENDRESUMETO NLANE@SUN-HERALD.COM. THESUNISADRUG/NICOTINE-FREE WORKPLACE. WEEDING T r i mm i ng & Li g h t Yard Work Help a Few Hrs a Week. $15./Hr. (941)-828-1411 2110 PART TIME/ TEMPORARY "AMBASSADORS" NEEDEDTOSOLICITSUBSCRIPTIONS FORTHEAWARDWINNING LOCALNEWSPAPERS, THESUN, ATSTOREFRONTSINTHEVENICE, NORTHPORTANDENGLEWOODAREAS. CONTACTJIMDEFALLEAT941-786-7676FORMOREINFORMATION. 3000 NOTICES 3010 ANNOUNCEMENTS EFFECTIVE MONDAY, APRIL 30, 2018 You Can Find Classified Ads On Our Website sun-classifieds.com 7 Days a Week & in Print WednesdaySunday in the Charlotte Sun, North Port Sun and Englewood Sun as Well as Wednesday & Saturday in the Venice Gondolier We No longer Will Have a Classified Section on Monday or Tuesday in Print. IMPORTANT CHANGE PLEASE READ 3010 ANNOUNCEMENTS FREE MERCHANDISE ADS!! WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE! To Place a FREE Merchandise Ad Go to: sun-classifieds.com Click on Place Ad. If You`ve Advertised Online with Us Before or Not Just Click Register and Follow the Prompts. FREE Ads are for Merchandise UNDER $500. and the Ad Must be Placed Online by You. One Item Per Ad, the Ad Must be 3 Lines or Less, Price Must Appear in the Ad. Your Ad Will Appear Online for 7 Days and in Print Wednes day ThroughSunday. Some Restrictions Do Apply. LIMIT 5 FREE ADS PER WEEK Need To Place a Classified Ad? 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Call Pastor Gumm at Christ the King Lutheran Church for times. 941-766-9357 Port Charlotte GATEWAY WORSHIP PRAYER & HEALING ROOMS If you need healing, we want to pray with you! Our prayer teams are available to minister to you every Thursday 7:30 pm-8:30 pm. For information call 863-832-4418 5377 Dunkin Rd., Punta Gorda 33982 Jesus Still Heals Today! Lutheran Church of the Cross 2300 Luther Rd., Deep Creek Bible Study Thursdays 10-11:30 and Sundays @ 9 AM Questions and/or Info (941) 627-6060 NEW BIBLE STUDY BEGINNING SUNDAY MAY 6TH @5PM. Journey To Discovering and Using Your Spiritual Gift. New Hope Baptist Church Fellowship hall. 2100 Englewood Rd. Eng. FL 34223 A light supper will be provided. Public is invited and encouraged to attend. $10/ Workbook fee. www.NewHopeBC4U.org To register or for more information, call the church office at 941-474-7647 or e-mail kay@newhopebc4u.org. 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Please call th e appropriate occupational licensing bureau to verify. 5005 ALTERATIONS EFFECTIVE MONDAY, APRIL 30, 2018 You Can Find Classified Ads On Our Website sun-classifieds.com 7 Days a Week & in Print WednesdaySunday in the Charlotte Sun, North Port Sun and Englewood Sun as Well as Wednesday & Saturday in the Venice Gondolier We No longer Will Have a Classified Section on Monday or Tuesday in Print. IMPORTANT CHANGE PLEASE READ 5006 ALUMINUM ALL AMERICAN RENOVATIONS LIC& INSUREDFAMILYOWNED& OPERATEDSPECIALIZINGINRESCREENING,BUILDINGANDREPAIRING. 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(941)-889-7596 5025 AUTODETAILING EFFECTIVE MONDAY, APRIL 30, 2018 You Can Find Classified Ads On Our Website sun-classifieds.com 7 Days a Week & in Print WednesdaySunday in the Charlotte Sun, North Port Sun and Englewood Sun as Well as Wednesday & Saturday in the Venice Gondolier We No longer Will Have a Classified Section on Monday or Tuesday in Print. IMPORTANT CHANGE PLEASE READ 5040 CARPET SERVICES HYGENIC HOME PROSCARPETCLEANING2 ROOMS$89 TILE& GROUTSTEAMCLEANING COLORSEALING941-268-9525 LIC./INS. 5050 ADULT CARE HONEST, CARING PERSONALASSISTANT AVAIL. TOCAREFORYOUR LOVEDONE! I WILLCAREFOR YOURSASI DOMYOWN! DR. APTS, LITECLEANINGAND MEALPREP, ERRANDS& MUCH MORE. (941)-979-2887 5051 CHILD CARE ALL CHILDCARE FACILITIES MUST INCLUDE, WITH ADVERTISEMENT, STATE OR LOCAL AGENCY LICENSE NUMBER. NEEDCASH? HaveAGarage Sale! FLORIDA STATE LAW requ i res all child care centers and day care businesses to register with the State of Florida. 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Merchandise 6270Wanted to Buy/T rade 6020 AUCTIONS JACK ROBILLARD, Auctioneers & Appraisers Robillardauctioneers.com (941)-575-9758 6025 ARTS AND CRAFTS DIETZ G EN NATI O NAL drawing instruments orig case. 1950s antique $25 941-639-1517 O IL PAINTIN G Beauti f ul reduced framed art! must see! $175 941-639-1517 SCRAP BOOK a lb ums I h ave 10 new albums 5.00 each. $5 941-228-1745 6026 SEWING S EWIN G MA C HINE S inger 2200 Series, Model 2277. 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O RIENTAL RU GS pink/beige, 2 plush: 56Žx38Ž oval & 42Ž rnd ea $50, OBO 941-743-2656 O VENKENM O RE also have microwave oven & old fridge cheap $50 941-445-5619 REFRID G ERAT O R white, good running $40 941-525-8374 ROTISSARY & BBQ Sh owtime, Ex. cond. includes accesories. $70 941-627-9083 S HED Tan 9 5 $300, OBO 941-456-5999 S H O PPIN G BA GS 7 color f ul, fabric, reusable bags NEW skip the plastic! $5 941-276-1881 T O A S TER O VEN S unbeam. New cond. w/book. $10 941-235-2203 TRAY VINTA G E C romwell hammered alum 12x21 handles vil lage scene $15 941-830-0524 V A C UUM S HARK Li f t-Away with attachments. 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Good con dition $50 941-460-9540 MATTRESS & BOX QUEEN $175 ALSO HAVE KING 941-629-5550 BEDR OO M S ET king Amish P A Hand made.Bed frame, 2 tables, Dresser, TV cabinet. $500, OBO 941-347-7812 BEDR OO M S ET Like new 3 piece Queen Set $125 941-697-0776 BEDR OO M S ET O ak colored queen size bedroom set com plete $150 941-916-0598 BEDR OO M S ET Q ueen S et like new 6 pieces $225 941-697-0776 BEDR OO M S ET TWIN WHITE B/S MATT DRESSER W/MIRROR CLEAN $295 941-202-9172 BI S TR O S ET iron solid top w/glass 4 wicker seat chairs $150 941-391-6334 B OO K S HELF 6 shelves f or books or storage, good condi tion $20 941-780-3977 B OO K S HELF 6 shelves, good condition $20 941-780-3977 C HILD S W OO DEN rocking chair c.1970s $15, OBO 941 828-1411 C HINA C ABINET all natural wood/glass 54X17X8 deliver y available $250 941-275-5837 COFFEE TABLE & 2 en d ta bles, Chrome, Metal & wood 6/mths old $375 941-467-5474 CO FFEE TABLE G lass top & metal base, 50ŽL X 25ŽW X 15ŽH $65, OBO 941-661-4477 CO FFEE TABLE Natural Rattan 4x19.5Ž Glass top/lower shelf exc cond $40 941-276-1881 COFFEE TABLE O va l g l ass top. 40x28 $35.00 941-627 9083 CO FFEE/ S IDE TABLE S(9) var ious sizes and shapes starting at $20, OBO 941-307-9211 COMPUTER DESK Solid Oak Amish PA Made $200, OBO 941-347-7812 CO MPUTER DE S K Solid Oak Amish PA Made $200, OBO 941-347-7812 CO U C H & Loveseat excellent condition Punta Gorda $175 941-347-7700 CO U C H FABRI C abstract beige design 88X36X32 delivery avail able $275 941-202-3437 COUCH W/CHAISE l ounge en d beige like new $275 941-391-6334 C URI O 75H 30 W1 2 D walnut, lighted, 4 glass shelves, mirror back. $150, OBO 941-497-4788 DINETTE S ET hand-painted all wood 24Ž tabletop 2 handmade chairs $150 941-275-5837 DINETTE SET TALL wroug ht iron 30Ž table+2 fabric chairs like new $200 941-307-9211 DININ G S ET 4 8 Ž mahogan y table top 4 metal frame black chairs $125 941-275-5837 DINING SET 54Ž g l ass top on column+4 fabric upholstered chairs $225 941-307-9211 DININ G S ET PATI O 4 2 X4 2 X 2 7 fiberglass table 4 cushioned chairs $75 941-275-5837 DINING SET Whi te w i c k er, glass top, 4 chairs $150 508-414-0644 DININ G TABLE w/glass base. 42Žx72Ž. 6 Parsons Chairs. 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The Sun /Friday, May 18, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 25 CLASSIFIEDS 11 6035 FURNITURE FOLDING CHAIRS (4) meta l black exc. cond. $20 941-585-8149 F O LDIN G TABLE S / C HAIR S METAL. 2 TABLES 8 CHAIRS $45 941-391-6377 FUTON BED i s i n ex. cond.green maple wood $75 941-391-6377 GLASS TOP Di n i ng T a bl e E xce l lent condition. Text for pics. $250 941-763-7398 I BUY FURNITURE Or anything of value! 941-485-4964 EFFECTIVE MONDAY, APRIL 30, 2018 You Can Find Classified Ads On Our Website sun-classifieds.com 7 Days a Week & in Print WednesdaySunday in the Charlotte Sun, North Port Sun and Englewood Sun as Well as Wednesday & Saturday in the Venice Gondolier We No longer Will Have a Classified Section on Monday or Tuesday in Print. IMPORTANT CHANGE PLEASE READ KITCHEN CHAIRS R attan, 4 with upholstered seats $25 920-629-5252 KITCHEN SET 40Ž C ounter Height Round Table, Brown Marble w/ 4 Black Leather Chairs $250. obo 941-474-6752 KIT C HEN TABLE 42Ž round brown tiles $100, OBO 941-830-2583 LAZY B O Y CO U C HE S 2 micro fibr ,dual reclining great cond $200 941-460-8457 LAZYB O Y S WIVEL/R OC / recliner ex cond mauve $150 941-743-0582 L O VE S EAT BEI G E TWEED FABRIC GOOD COND NO PETS $50 941-202-9172 L O VE S EAT NEW, never used, Sleeper sofa Twin, $125 941484-7008 Venice Island LR SET MISC. chairs,table,lamps pillows 3pc glass coffee and 2 end tables $400, OBO 941-347-7812 MATT & BOX SPRING F u ll size, adjust metal bed frame. Exc Cond $95 941-697-0794 MATTRE SS TWIN 8 Ž memory foam plus box-spring plus steel frame $150 941-307-9211 BED MATTRESS & BOX $100 941-629-5550 MIRROR W oo d f rame, 32Žx44Ž, blk & gold pic avail $65, OBO 941-661-4477 PATI O S ET with table 4 chairs ornate chairs cushions. Exc. Cond. asking $90/obo 941 380-7224 PATI O WHITE Wicker Loveseat and Chair Nice.Leave message. $75, OBO 941-286-8222 POWER RECLINER LEATHER. PUNTA GORDA $195 941-347-7700 RECLINER GOODCONDITION PUNTA GORDA $75 941-347-7700 ROCKING CHAIR Clean and green fabric $15 508-414-0644 SHELVING UNIT RATTAN 36X12X72 OFF WHITE RECON DITIONED $60 941-202-3696 SIDE + PLANT TABLES wroug h t iron & wood, good to A+ cond, 9, from $15 941-743-2656 SOFA &CHAIR 84Ž S ea f oam, microfiber plus chair pics avail $350, OBO 941-661-4477 SOFA A s hl ey 90Ž taupe co l or, exc cond 6 mos old PGI $325, OBO 941-661-4477 SWIVEL BAR STOOLS CHERRY w/ARMS FABRIC SEAT (2) LIKE NEW $100 941-202-9172 TABLE 41Ž r d + l ea f Hi tc h coc k design, solid, beautiful $45 941-488-5595 TABLE w /d rawer white with wheels like new $85 941-763-2581 TABLE WITH WHEELS WHITE LIKE NEW $75 941-763-2581 TABLE C ustom M ar bl e, S ca l loped, 48Ž. 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VISIT DarsGolfCarts.com 941-769-1431 NO TEXT PLEASE 6126 GOLF CARTS 2 GO LF C ART wheels & tires 8 x 8.50-8, 4-lug $20 863-494-5918 2015 Club Car Precedent $3995 BOB-CAT Green BRAND NEW BATTERIES Yellow Jacket Cables Monsoon Roof Matching Club Cover 48 volt ERIC Charger Factory Upholstery Folding Windshield Factory spoke Hubcaps Cooler, Sandbucket Excellent DOT Tires Wide Angle Mirror STK# 1824 941-769-1431 Visit DarsGolfCarts.com WE DELIVER FREE (25 MI.) Club Car DS 4 PASS $2850 Reconditioned 4 PASSENGERŽ Brand New Batteries NEW Flip Down rear seat NEW $Yellow Jacket Cables$ NEW Head & Taillights NEW Flip Down Windshield Aluminum Frame Chrome SS wheel caps Great Tires, Brakes, Mirror 36 Volt Charger Runs as it should! STK#D974 $2850 941-769-1431 Free Delivery (25 miles) Visit … Darsgolfcarts.com NO TEXT PLEASE CLUB CAR PRECEDENT $2995 RECONDITIONED 4 PASSENGER GOLF CART White w/Tan Top Flip Down Rear Seat CROWN BATTERIES $New Yellow Jacket Cables$ Battery Meter Factory Upholstery Head & Taillights Flip Down Windshield Chrome SS wheel caps All New Bushings Fresh Tires, Brakes, Mirror 48 Volt Charger, STK#R7 CALL: 941-769-1431 Free Delivery (25 miles) Visit … Darsgolfcarts.com NO TEXT PLEASE Club Car Precedent $3595 RECONDITIONED 4 Passenger Golf Cart Tan w/Tan Top Flip Down Rear Seat BRAND NEW BATTERIES $New Yellow Jacket Cables$ Battery Meter Factory Upholstery Head & Taillights Flip Down Windshield Chrome SS wheel caps All New Bushings Fresh Tires, Brakes, Mirror 48 Volt Charger, STK#R8 Call: 941-769-1431 Free Delivery (25 miles) Visit … Darsgolfcarts.com NO TEXT PLEASE CLUB CART Precedent, Excellent condition. $2,300 941-475-4245 PASSION PINK Custom Build 2014 Club Car Precedent BRAND NEW BATTERIES Custom Pearl Pink Paint Tuck & Roll Upholstery NEW Yellow Jacket Cables NEW New Bushings NEW Folding Windshield NEW Head and Taillights NEW SS Wheel Covers New Rear Seat AVAIL. New Tires, Mirror Top and Charger STK#1823 $4995 941-769-1431 Delivery Inc. 25 MI. Visit DarsGolfCarts.com NO TEXT PLEASE 6128 EXERCISE / FITNESS ELLIPTICAL SOLO E95 absolutely like new paid 1800. $450, OBO 941-505-0997 6128 EXERCISE / FITNESS EVTHERAPEUTI C FITNE SS recumbent exercise BIKE VGC $65 941-457-7708 EXERCISE BIKE EVTh erapeut i c fitness recumbent exercise bike VGC $70 941-457-7708 H O ME G YM Impex Marcy cor ner unit 2 seats dual stack 270 lbs exc $100 941-697-0501 RE C UMBENT EXER C I S E Bike Exerpeutic w/computer, like new $175, OBO 941-625-7135 RECUMBENT EXERCISE BIKE W/ELECTRONICS by Stamina NICE $65 941-268-8951 TREADMILL PR O -F O RM Crosswalk w/manual, works great! $50, OBO 941-882-2361 6130 SPORTING GOODS 1 98 7 T O PP S wax box 36 packs of baseball cards orig box and packs $30 941-623-7166 2 GUYS GUN SHOWS MAY 19TH & 20TH Charlotte County Fairgrounds 2333 El Jobean Rd (776) Port Charlotte, FL Buy-Sell-Trade New-Used FREEParking CWP Classes Avail. Sat 9-5 and Sun 9-4 727-776-3442 www.nextgunshow.com B O WLIN G BALL bag Hammer 2 ball bag blk/org NEW $25 941-875-5983 FIREWOOD $100.00 PER PICK UP LOAD NOCAMPINGTRIPIS COMPLETEWITHOUTIT! PINE, OAK, ORCITRUSSPLIT, BUN-DLED, ANDREADYFORTHE FIREPIT! 941-468-4372 O RI O LE S BATTIN G helmet-tee shirts. Shirts like new. Size L $10, OBO 941-445-5619 TENNI S RA C KET S 2 f or $ 15, RAQUETTE BALL 4 FOR $20, A LL for $25 941-697-0501 W IL SO N SO FTBALL glove A1000-all leather-r/h 14Ž EXCL $55 941-875-5983 6131FIREARMS N O TI C E: S eller Acknowledges Compliance With All Exisiting Federal, State and Local Firearms Regulations and Laws in Regards to Sale and Transfer of Advertised Firearms. 6133 HUNTING & FISHING SUPPLIES O UTRI GG ER S /TR O LLIN G MOTOR/TACKLE as new $395, OBO 941-769-0792 6135 BICYCLES/ TRICYCLES BICYCLE 3 w h ee l $125 941-888-2317 BI C Y C LE MEN S 8 gears, helmet,etc. Like New $65, OBO 941-412-4966 BI C Y C LE TREK verve 2 stepthrough, basket ,luggage carrier excellent condition $250 941-391-4707 BIKE RA C K f or 2 BIKE S TRUNK MOUNT OR SUV $20 941-268-8951 BIKE RALEI G H Record LTD, Mens, Thin Wheels, Like New! $145 941-257-5500 C ANN O NDALE HYBRID CRUISER Tall bars C-9 seat 700c $100 941-544-0042 H O LLYW OO D HIT C H Bicycle Rack Fits 2 to 4 bikes. $250 941-460-9540 JOY RIDER 3 w h ee l tr i cyc l e step through design tires are excellent $320 941-460-9540 KENT PAMONA men  s 26Ž a l uminum 7 speed, front & rear shocks $90 941-303-2957 TANDEM CRUISER BIKE 6 SP Tall bars New wide tires clean his & hers $75 941-544-0042 TREK HYBRID CRUISER All oy 7100 front shock 700c cln mens $125 941-544-0042 TRI C Y C LE Adult 3 wheel bike, brand new, still in box! $275 941-524-1025 6145 POOL/SPA/ & SUPPLIES **SPAS & MORE** Family owned and operated for 20 years! www.spasandmoreflorida.com Over 40 Spas to choose from. We take trades! We Move Spas & We Buy Used! 941-625-6600 POOL 15X3 Ri ng P oo l pump ladder skimmer vacuum chemicals $175 941-626-3265 POOL PUMP 1 h p marat h on run good $75 941-743-0582 POOL VOLLYBALL GAME Base and net. good condition. $30 941-380-1311 6160 LAWN & GARDEN CHAIN SAW P ou l an P ro 20Ž 50c.c. NEW $200, OBO 941-485-0681 GARDEN HOSE 100F t. $20 941-661-0262 6160 LAWN & GARDEN C u ddl e up b y t h e fi re Firewood Split, Bundled and ready for the firepit! Pine, Oak, or Citrus, 941-468-4372 G ARDEN H OS E 2 5Ft. $ 1 0 941-661-0262 G ARDEN H OS E 5 0 Ft. $ 15 941-661-0262 HED G E TRIMMER 20 Ž Bush Wacker Electric $25, OBO 941-485-0681 LAWM MOWER snapper, goo d condition, ready to mow $400, OBO 941-525-8374 LAWN ED G ER Walk Behind, 4 Wheel Yard Machine 3.5hp $140, OBO 941-485-0681 LAWN M O WER 2 4HP Briggs & Stratton, V-Twin Engine. Vertical Shaft. $400. 941-743-8243 LAWN M O WER John Deere, 6.5HP Briggs & Stratton, 3 Speed. $80. 941-743-8243 LAWN M O WER mush along 7hp Sears $45 941-484-4079 LAWN M O WER Riding 18.5hp Sears $275 941-484-4079 LAWN MOWER Y arman 42Ž Cut, 12HP Briggs & Stratton, Auto. $225. 941-743-8243 LAWNM O WER HU SQ VARN A self prop. mdl700f very good cond. $170 315-380-7296 M O WER BLADE 22 -Inch C ra f ts man/Husqvarna Mulching. NEW. $12 941-766-0637 MOWER MURRAY RIDER 11HP, 30Ž CUTNEWBATTER Y $425 (941)763-4818 PRE SS URE WA S HER Excell Honda 2700 psi $230, OBO 941-485-0681 RIDIN G LAWN M O WER Lawn Chief 12.5hp 39Ž deck $250, OBO 941-485-0681 SCO TT S 3000 S PREADER $20 941-484-4079 S PREADER SCO TT S speed y green spreader $15 941-882-2361 WEED TRIMMER edger blower Sears, 4cycle 30 cc $125 941-484-4079 W EED TRIMMER Troy-Bil t TB22 EC 2-cycle Elect start ca pable $75, OBO 941-882-2361 W HEELED C ART S uncas t Resin; plenty of worksurface. $35 941-627-3636 6161OUTDOOR LIVING BEA C H MAT, pillow & carry bas ket set Igloo 1/2 gal beverage 4pc $18 941-276-1881 G RILL WEBER1 8 Ž Charcoal Kettle Grill (never used) $45 941-626-7754 PATIO SET 45Ž roun d ( g l ass ) +Chairs with Cushions Good cond $79 841-697-0794 6170 BUILDING SUPPLIES ELE C TRI C DI SCO NNE C T 60 amp 240 volt $20 941-228-1745 HURRICANCE SHUTTERS (30) 8x10Ž L, (6) 8; (30) L channels $750 941-735-0068 HURRI C ANE PANEL S G ood Cond $3/ft 941-697-5996 P.V. 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Oil Lubrication $100 941-625-0408 CLAMPS 3/4Ž p i pe cost 400 $75 941-585-8149 COMPOUND MITERSAW rigid 12Žsliding saw w/stand $225, OBO 941-505-0997 DRILL PRESS C ra f tsman 9Ž Model 137.219090 $50, OBO 972-369-2498 FLUSH CUT SAW B osc h w/extra blades model 1640 $50, OBO 941-769-0792 GENERATOR GENERAC Portable, Wheel house 5550 Watt, power surge alternator, Rated watts 8550, Heavy Duty. $375 941-764-1301 HITACHI ROUTER M12VC, 11Amp $50, OBO 941-769-0792 POWER WASHER Husky 4.0 OHV 2.3 GPM $100 941-268-1674 S H O P VA C C ra f tsman, 1 2 gal, wet/dry, 5.5 hp, full tool set, extra filter $50 941-637-0581 WELL PUMP motor su bmersible, Franklin 4Ž 2 wire 230v 1 hp. $75 941-380-1311 6220 OFFICE/BUSINESS EQUIP./SUPPLIES PRINT/COPY/SCN CANON PIXMA MG2520 NEW NO INK $35 941-408-7535 6232 CATS NOTICE : S tatute 585 195 states that all dogs and cats sold in Florida must be at leas t eight weeks old, have an offi cial health certificate and prop er shots, and be free of intes tinal and external parasites. 6233 DOGS NOTICE : S tatute 585 195 states that all dogs and cats sold in Florida must be at leas t eight weeks old, have an offi cial health certificate and prop er shots, and be free of intes tinal and external p arasites.

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Page 26 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 18, 2018 CLASSIFIEDS 12 6000 MERCHANDISE 6003 DEEP CREEK GARAGE SALES FRI SAT 8AM 3PM 2483 Odessa Lane, Punta Gorda. Moving/Garage Sale Furniture, Household and Garage Items NEEDCASH? HaveAGarage Sale! 6004 PORT CHARLOTTE GARAGE SALES FRI &SAT 8 2 COMMUNITY SALE SEASHORE & ROSE ARBOR CI. home furnishings, decor, dvds g lassware and much more. FRI .SAT 8AM 4PM 1308 Yates St. ESTATE SALE! Furniture, Grandfather Clock, Organ & MUCHMORE!! FRIDAY MAY 18 8AM 1 PM 3739 Brooklyn Pt Charlotte. behind the Micro Motel SAT 8AM ? 1166 Wi nston St. MOVING SALE! 30 Years of Accumulation! Too Much to List!! Everything MUST Go! THURS .SAT 9AM 2PM 3413 Rock Creek Dr. Furn., Tools, Fishing, Marine, Bike, Hshld. Electronics & MORE! 6005 PUNTA GORDA AREA GARAGE SALES FRI SAT 8 1PM 27991 Leatherwood Cir. Furniture, Tools, Lamps, Adult & Kids Clothing, Kitchenware, Jeep Parts, lots of Good Housewares. FRI. & Sat. May 18/19. 8 AMNoon 4065 Lacosta Island Ct Punta Gorda. MOVING SALE clothing. linens, household items, tools, etc. BRING YOUR OWN BAGS! FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY. MOVING SALE!! Fri. & Sat. 8:00-11:00 & Sun. 8:00-4:00 8206 Riverside Dr. Punta Gorda, 33982. Tools, 2 Bedroom Sets, Aquarium & Fish, Glass Dinin g Table & MUCH MORE!! 6006 NORTH PORT AREA GARAGE SALES FRI & SAT 8AM-2PM 8210 W. PRICE BLVD. 34291FURNITURE, DECOR, COLLECTIBLES, KITCHEN ITEMS, JEWELRY, YARD ITEM AND MORE. BYESTATESALESSPECIALISTSB. MOYERMAN& DEEROE941-475-6273 6007 ENGLEWOOD AREA GARAGE SALES SAT & SUN 8 2 150 FRIENDSHIP LANE. Left off Gulf Blvd. CANOE, kitchen table, household, sewing machine and lots lots more. F i n d y o u r B e s t F r i e n d i n t h e C l a s s i f i e d s 6011 S. VENICE AREA GARAGE SALES FRI ONLY 8AM 2 3164 Fallow Rd. MOVING SALE! Household, Furniture, Futon, Wicker Settee and much more! 6233 DOGS SHIH TZU PUPPIES $650. 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BLACK, 2K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7160 HONDA 20 15 H O NDA C R-V EX $1,874 4D SUV RED 27,320 MI844-467-9558 dlr 2015 HONDA CR V EX $20,24 4Dr SUV Blk 28,933 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 2 H O NDA C IVI C EX $7,374 DR SEDAN SILVER 14,214 MI 844-467-9558 dlr 20 11 H O NDA FIT S P O RT $8,553 4DR HTCHBK 71,402 mi 844-467-9558 Dlr 20 1 2 H O NDA C IVI C LX $10,196 4D Sedan Gray 70,437 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2013 HYUNDAI ELANTRA $10,990 4DR SEDAN SE 38,268 m 844-468-0509 dlr 2011 HYUNDAI SONATA $10,990 4DR SEDAN SE 87,127 m 844-468-0509 dlr 2011 HONDA PILOT LX $11,256 4D SUV WHITE 100,057mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2009 H O NDA C R-V EX-L $11,997 4D SUV 76,794 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 2 H O NDA C IVI C EX-L$12,746 4D SE Blk 33,133 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 2 H O NDA A CCO RD EX-L $13,417 3.5 4D Sedan 74,384 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 11 H O NDA C R-V EX-L $13,964 4Dr SUV White 63,821 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 2 H O NDA C r-v $13,990 4DR FWD Black 76,491 m 844-468-0509 dlr 20 15 H O NDA C IVI C LX $14,165 4Dr Sedan Silver 28,899 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 15 H O NDA C IVI C $ 14, 6 5 6 4dr Se white 52,878 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 15 H O NDA C IVI C LX $14,763 4D Sedan 20,043 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 3 H O NDA C R-V EX $15,391, 4Dr SUV 62,697 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 15 H O NDA C IVI C LX $15,554 2Dr Coupe Gray 13,645 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 14 H O NDA C R-V LX $15,571 4D SUV Black 30,945 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 14 H O NDA A CCO RD EX-L $15,578 4D Sedan Silver 78,063 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 15 H O NDA C IVI C $ 15, 82 5 4dr Se Silver 26,085 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 15 H O NDA A CCO RD EX-L $15,993 4D Sedan White 84,050 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 15 H O NDA C R-V EX $16,783 DR SUV BLUE 57,624 MI, 844-467-9558 dlr 20 15 H O NDA C R-V EX $16,783 DR SUV BLUE 57,624 MI, 844-467-9558 dlr 2016 HONDA CIVIC LX $16,833 4D Sedan Purple 14,962 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 3 H O NDA C R-V $ 1 6 990 EX-L, AWD, Silver, 69K miles 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 HONDA ACCORD EX $17,317 4Dr Sedan White 22,178 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2015 HONDA CR V LX $17,712 4D SUV BLUE 21,703 MI, 844-467-9558 dlr 2014 HONDA CR V EX L $17,989 SUV Red 87,068 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2016 HONDA CIVIC EX T $17,998 2D Coupe, Red 41,890 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2014 HONDA CR V EX L $18,190, 4DR SUV,RED 37,330 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2015 HONDA ACCORD EX L $18,216 4D Sedan Silver 39,382 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2015 HONDA CR V LX $18,476 SUV Blue 24,000 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 7160 HONDA 2015 HONDA CR V LX $18,562 4D SUV 28,724 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 15 H O NDA C R-V LX $18,676 4d SUV 24,852 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2016 HONDA CIVIC EX T $19,089 2D Coupe black 16,927 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2011 HONDA ODYSSEY LX $19,163 4D Pass. Van 53,417 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2017 HONDA FIT EX L $19,252 4dr Htchback 2,736 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 6 H O NDA C r-v $19,990 4DR FWD Black 44,630 m 844-468-0509 dlr 20 14 HYUNDAI S ANTA FE $20,984 4DR FWD SPORT 35,046 m 844-468-0509 dlr 20 1 6 H O NDA C R-V S E $21,182 DR SUV WHITE 19,823 MI, 844-467-9558 dlr 2016 HONDA ACCORD EX $21,533 4Dr Sedan White 21,482 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2016 HONDA CR V EX $22,657 4Dr SUV Black 18,421mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2016 HONDA ACCORD EX L $22,804 w/ Nav & Sensing 30,115 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2015 HONDA CR V EX L $23,913 4Dr SUV 7,301 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2016 HONDA ODYSSEY SE $24,593 4D Pass. Van 38,880 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 17 H O NDA C IVI C TOURING$25,055 4D SE Blk 2,417 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS EY $27,499 4Dr Pass Van 37,457 mi 844-467-9558 dlr Y Y ouSa ouSa ve ve BigBuc BigBuc ks ks Shopping Shopping Classifieds! Classifieds! 20 15 H O NDA O DY SS EY $27,990 Pass Van 46,616 m 844-468-0509 dlr 20 1 8 H O NDA C R-V, $28,395. WHITE PEARL, EX-L 2,670 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA PIL O T EX $28,621 4D suv blk 26,294 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 8 H O NDA A CCO RD $28,950 MODERN STEEL, 2.0 T 4,389 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 17 H O NDA C R-V, $29,477. WHITE PEARL, CERT, 5,109 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2017 HONDA CR V EX L $29,487 4D suv white 19,505 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2017 HONDA PILOT $29,877. WHITE PEARL, EX-L 36K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 17 H O NDA RID G ELINE $31,149 4D Pass. Van 74,152 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS EY $32,735 4DR PASS VAN 11,626 mi 844-467-9558 Dlr 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS EY $32,735 4DR PASS VAN 11,626 mi 844-467-9558 Dlr 2017 HONDA PILOT EX L $33,018 4D suv blk 16,699 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 14 H O NDA RID G ELINE S E $33,776 4D Crew Cab 12,564 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 8 H O NDA C R-V, $33,987. LUNAR SILVER, CERT 4,673 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 17 H O NDA PIL O T, $33,987. BLACK PEARL, EX-L 9,438 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2008 HONDA ACCORD EX 95KMIMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7163 HYUNDAI 2015 HYUNDAI ELANTRA SE $10,685, 4Dr Se, Blk 32,022 mi 844-467-9558 Dlr 2016 HYUNDAI ACCENT SE $10,690 4D Sedan Silver 45,094 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2013 HYUNDAI SONATA $12,990. SILVER, GLS, 38K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2016 HYUNDAI SONATA SE $13,263 4D Sedan 45,864 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 2 HYUNDAI TU CSO N $13,990. BLUE, 44K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2014 HYUNDAI SANTA FE $18,315 Sport 2.4L 27,202 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 17 HYUNDAI TU SCO N S E $20,109 4D SUV 10,433 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2010 HYUNDAI ELANTRA TOURING SE 27K MI MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2007 HYUNDAI SANTE FE SE ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7165 INFINITI 2013 INFINITI M37 $24,990 4Dr Rear Wheel Drive 33,377 Mi 844-468-0509 dlr 2017 INFINITI Q50 $25,990 4Dr Rear Wheel Drive 22,624 Mi 844-468-0509 Dlr 7175 JAGUAR 2011 JAGUAR XJ $26,990 4DR SEDAN 46,859 Mi 844-468-0509 dlr 2002 JAGUAR X TYPE S e d an, 66,186 orig miles, 4 new tires. $5000 OBO 941-483-1965

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The Sun /Friday, May 18, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 27 CLASSIFIEDS/FAITH & FAMILY 13 7175 JAGUAR 2014 JAGUAR F-TYPE S CONV. V8, AT, Rare carbon fiber package, all available options, new Michelin tires. Ext. White, Int. Red /black. Private owner, wifes car, 21000 miles. Beautiful Car. Must see & drive! $52,900 Serious inquiries only for appt. Call 941-626-3216 7177 KIA 20 1 2 KIA SO UL EX C LAIM $9,278 4D Htchbk 83,273 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2015 KIA SOUL BASE $9,487 4D HATCHBACK 54,990 MI 844-467-9558 Dlr 20 1 6 KIA F O RTE LX $13,861 4d hatchback 13,709 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 3 KIA O PTIMA S X $15,047 4D Sedan White 62,857 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 15 KIA SO RENT O $15,990 4DR FWD 74,981 Mi 844-468-0509 dlr 20 15 KIA O PTIMA EX $16,122 4Dr Se 22,297 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2017 KIA SPORTAGE LX $16,616, 4Dr SUV, 13,702 mi 844-467-9558 Dlr 2017 KIA SPORTAGE LX $16,616, 4Dr SUV, 13,702 mi 844-467-9558 Dlr 2016 KIA SPORTAGE EX $18,674 4D SUV White 41,069 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 17 KIA S ED O NA $21,990 PASS VAN 31,758 Mi 844-468-0509 dlr 20 1 6 KIA SO RENT O EX $22,109 4d SUV Silver 35,198 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 17 KIA S P O RTA G E, $25,897. SILVER, SX TURBO, 14K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 7178 LEXUS 200 7 LEXU S RX 3 5 0 $10,156 4D SUV 132,162 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2012 LEXUS ES 350 $19,990. SATIN, CERT, NAV 54K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 LEXU S C T200 H $22,990. WHITE, CERT, NAV 30K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 LEXU S E S 3 5 0 $24,911. SATIN, CERT, NAV 25K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 14 LEXU S RX3 5 0 $26,911. RED, CERT, NAV, 41K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 11 LEXU S L S -4 60 $28,990. WHITE, NAV, AWD, 37K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 LEXUS RX 450H $34,990. SILVER, NAV, AWD, 38K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 LEXU S RX3 5 0 $36,990. WHITE, CRAFTED F, 38K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 LEXU S R C 3 5 0 $36,990. SILVER, CERT, NAV 29K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7180 MAZDA 2006 MAZDA MX-5 $11,500 OBONew Condition, only 12K miles. 941-575-6579 20 14 MAZDA C X-5 $18,990 FWD, 38, 712 Mi 844-468-0509 dlr 2016 MAZDA CX5 $20,911. GRAY, G TOURING 31K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7200 NISSAN 2008 NI SS AN S ENTRA $5,990 4dr Sedan 844-468-0509 DLR 20 1 6 NI SS AN VER S A $10,990 4dr Sedan 45,024 m 844-468-0509 DLR 20 1 6 NI SS AN S ENTRA S V $11,352 4D SEDAN WHITE 40,960 MI844-467-9558 Dlr 20 1 6 NI SS AN VER S A 1. 6S $11,946 4D Sedan 44,303 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 6 NI SS AN S ENTRA S $12,890 4Dr Sedan White 34,357 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 17 NI SS AN ALTIMA $15,486 2.5 SV 4D Sedan 44,169 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 6 NI SS AN ALTIMA $15,584 2.5 SV Black 36,659 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 6 NI SS AN R OG UE $15,990 4Dr FWD Gray 39,988 mi 844-468-0509 dlr 20 17 NI SS AN R OG UE $18,706 Sport S 4D SUV 19,573 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 3 NI SS AN Q UE S T $19,990 FWD Gray 69,481 m 844-468-0509 DLR 2017 NISSAN PATHFINDER SV $20,504, 4DR SP UTIL 27,264 m (844)467-9558 Dlr 20 1 8 NI SS AN FR O NTIER S V $23,397 4D Crew Cab 12,468 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2017 NISSAN MURANO $23,990 4dr Front wheel, 33,421 m 844-468-0509 DLR 2008 NISSAN VERSA SL 4DR. SEDAN62KMIMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7205 SPORTS CARS 1990 CHEVY CORVETTE CONV. $9,500. 40k Mi. on Rebuilt Engine. 941-662-9213 7210 TOYOTA 2007 TOYOTA YARIS $2,900 OBO, great running car, fantastic mileage, 149K miles. red, 5 speed, hatchback 941-525-8374 200 4 T O Y O TA C AMRY LE EXTRA CLEAN $6995 MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 20 1 3 T O Y O TA PRIU S $13,989 5dr Hatchback 26,369 m 844-468-0509 DLR 20 1 2 T O Y O TA PRIU S V $13,990.WHITE, V NAV, 89K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 6 T O Y O TA C AMRY LE $14,705 4d Sedan 41,713 mi 844-467-9558 Dlr 20 1 6 T O Y O TA C AMRY LE $14,705 4d Sedan 41,713 mi 844-467-9558 Dlr 2015 TOYOTA COROLLA $15,990. S PLUS, 20K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 17 T O Y O TA C AMRY S E $16,257, 4DR SEDAN 31,268 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 17 T O Y O TA C AMRY S E $16,257, 4DR SEDAN 31,268 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2009 TOYOTA TACOMA $18,922 4D Dbl Cab 128,709 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 14 T O Y O TA VENZA LMTD $18,946 4D SUV 131,428 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 15 T O Y O TA RAV4 XLE $19,274, 4DR SPT UTILITY 26,463 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 15 T O Y O TA RAV4 XLE $19,274, 4DR SPT UTILITY 26,463 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 15 T O Y O TA RAV4 $19,990.RED, LE, AWD, 23K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 TOYOTA VENZA $21,911. BLUE, NAV, XLE, 25K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER $23,911. SILVER, NAV, XLE, 83K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 T O Y O TA S IENNA $23,990.GOLD, LE, 27K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 17 T O Y O TA S IENNA LE $25,973 4Dr Pass Van White 3,363 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 17 T O Y O TA HI G HLANDER $28,283, 4Dr SUV, 8,667 mi 844-467-9558 Dlr 20 17 T O Y O TA HI G HLANDER $28,283, 4Dr SUV, 8,667 mi 844-467-9558 Dlr 20 1 6 T O Y O TA TUNDRA $32,990. BLACK, LTD, NAV, 43K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER $32,990. WHITE, XLE, AWD, 30K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 T O Y O TA HI G HLANDER $33,990. CREME, NAV, LTD, 25K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 3 T O Y O TA C AMRY WHITE, XLE, V6, NAV, 51K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7220 VOLKSWAGEN 20 1 2 V O LK S WA G EN G TI $12,055 2dr Htchback 56,795 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 14 V O LK S WA G EN JETTA $13,876 2.0L TDI Value 76,790 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 2016 VW JETTA 1 4T S $15,159 4Dr Sedan Blue 25,877 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 17 V O LK S WA G EN GO LF $25,366 gti Autobahn 23,219 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 20 1 2 VW JETTAS 62K MI MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7240 MISC.IMPORTS 20 1 6 FIAT 5 00 X L O UN G E $17,711 4D suv blk 8.237 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 7250 ANTIQUES/ COLLECTIBLES 1986 FORD F-150 $1,600 63k Orig miles. has lowering kit, New 17Ž Rims & tires. Started restoration. Call 207-312-4550 1993 GMC SIERRA $16,500 or will trade. 75% Restored. 941-764-7138 1970 CADILLAC DEVILLE $7,500/0BO Convertible, Bur gandy interior, Looks Good. Runs Great. 941-713-5776 7260 AUTOS WANTED W E BUY CARS & PICK UPS RUNNING OR NOT! $400 CASH + UP Frank 941-276-0204 7260 AUTOS WANTED WE BUY & PICK UP JUNK CARS 941-661-1928 BEST $$ FOR JUNKERS 7 Days, FAST PICKUP941-286-3122, 623-5550 7270 AUTO PARTS/ ACCESSORIES BELL H O U S IN G S B alum.chevy $100 786-306-6335 CO RVETTE RALLYWHEEL S 70Žs,set $495 786-306-6335 W HEEL 1 6 Ž mercedes includes cap and tire $110 941-763-2581 TIRE S 4 New Douglas All Season Tires 195/65 R15 $150 941-626-3265 TIRE S 4 FIRE S T O NE LT 275/70/18 matching set $90 941-626-8448 20 15 EN G INE CO VER 3,6L, GM23276530, V-6 VVT $40 863-494-5918 7290 VANS 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $27,897 BLACK PEARL, EX-L, 52K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $27,977 WHITE PEARL, EX-L, 42K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA ODYSSEY $28,577 SCARLET PEARL, EXL, 25K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $29,477 SMOKY TOPAZ, EX-L, 30K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA ODYSSEY $29,677 MODERN STEEL, EX-L, 26K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA ODYSSEY $29,787 SMOKY TOPAZ, EX-L, 26K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $29,887 LUNAR SILVER, EX-L, 21K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $29,987 MODERN STEEL, EX-L, 24K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $30,377 MODERN STEEL, EX-L, 16K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $30,887 MODERN STEEL, EX-L, 10K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $30,987 WHITE PEARL, EX-L, 9,321 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $30,987 MODERN STEEL, EX-L, 11K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $30,987 MODERN STEEL, EX-L, 10K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $30,987 MODERN STEEL, EX-L, 17K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $31,897 WHITE PEARL, EX-L, 5,215 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $31,987 BLACK PEARL, 45K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $32,497 MODERN STEEL, EX-L 17K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $34,677 WHITE PEARL, 21K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2006 DODGE GRAND CARA VAN SXT 86K MILES MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7300 TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS 1 99 7 F O RD F-15 0 $2 ,5 00 XLT w/ topper Lots of new parts Ice cold air. 716-208-7680 2007 FORD F-150 GTX $7,000 Super cab, 123k Miles, Great Shape. 941-639-7746 20 1 6 T O Y O TA 4-RUNNER $32,990. WHITE, NAV, 20K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2016 FORD F 150 $32,990. SILVER, XLE, 4X4, 46K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7305 SPORT UTILITY/ VEHICLES 2013 FORD ESCAPE $9,400 Beautiful Cond! 80K Miles. Florida Vehicle. 941-628-5608 7330 BOATS-POWERED 24 2005 BENTLEY PONTOON BOAT w/ 60HP Mercury Ready to Go! No Trailer. $9,000 941-769-9030 7330 BOATS-POWERED 23 1989 PRO-LINE CC w/ttop, 2003 Yamaha 225, 4S less 600 hrs. $6,500 717-386-1078 22  2006 S EA F O X, T-Top, Twin Merc 90s, P/S 100 hrs. Professional care. Alum Tandem Trailer. $19,500 941-347-7020 2014 21 HURRICANE SUNDECK SPORT, CC, F150 YAMAHA, SEATS10, INBOARDRODHOLDERS& TACKLECENTER, BAITTANK, LIVEWELL$28,900. NOTRAILER. 309-657-8688 20 IMPECCABLY CLEAN SWEET WATER ALUMINUM PONTOON BOAT. Approx 65 Hrs. 60HP Single O/B Motor. Fold Down Canvas Top. Unused Built in Portapotty. Full Length Canvas Cover for Storage. En tire Boat Just Detailed & Engine Checked. Call Skip Mansfield 941-769-0468 16.2 SCOUT 70HP Evinrude, Center Counsel, trolling motor, Alum. trailer, Very Nice Condition! $6,700 269-251-0220 7333 MISC.BOATS 8  PADDLE B O AT C an hold four people, w/bimini top $225, OBO 941-661-1061 7334 OUTBOARD/ MARINE ENGINES JOHNSON BOATMOTOR 2 h p ex cond low hr 325.00 7338 MARINE SUPPLY & EQUIP. B O AT E Q UIPMENT S ET 2 LIFE JACKETS FISHING NETS 2 paddles chair $25 941-391-6377 7341 TRAILER & ACCESSORIES TRAILER WHEEL S Like new steel trailer wheels (no tires) 15in. 6 lug $35 941-485-4605 NEW SHIPMENT!ENCLOSEDTRAILERSBYLARK ANDOPENTRAILERSBYTRIPLE CROWNINSTOCKALSO NEW CARGOCRAFTENCLOSEDTRAILERSMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR NEW C AR GO C RAFT ENCLOSED TRAILERS JUST ARRIVED FROM 8 TO 20 Ready for immediate delivery MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 120Ž TRAILERS CARGO ENCLOSED DUMP UTILITY EQUIPMENT SKIDSTEER. PARTS-SERVICETRADESWELCOME. 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WORLD 2110 US 41, Nokomis I-75 Exit 195 941-202-6422 www.rvworldinc.com 2007 COACHMAN CAPRI MICRO, 15 TT, Excellent cond. $4,500 941-625-3673 7380 MOTOR HOMES / RVs TURN YOUR RV INTO CASH!Sell it! Consign it! Trade it!NOW SERVING NOKOMIS*FORTMYERSBRADENTON* LAKELANDFAMILYOWNED& OPERATEDGERZENYS R.V. WORLD 2110 US 41, NOKOMISI-75 EXIT195 941-202-6422 WWW.RVWORLDINC.COM TRAILERS/5TH WHEELS TOY HAULERS/ SLIDE INS Top Brands Best PricesNOW SERVING NOKOMIS*FORTMYERSBRADENTON* LAKELANDFAMILYOWNED& OPERATEDGERZENYS R.V. WORLD 2110 US 41, NOKOMISI-75 EXIT195 941-202-6422 WWW.RVWORLDINC.COM RV HOTLINE 1-877-684-5132 OVER 800 RVS IN STOCK! *SALES *SERVICE *PARTS *BODYFAMILYOWNEDAND OPERATEDGERZENYS RV WORLD2110 US41, NOKOMISI-75 EXIT195 941-202-6422 NEAROSCARSCHERERSTATEPARK WWW.RVWORLDINC.COM I WANT YOUR RV Well Sell It FREE! SKIP EPPERS RVsPunta Gorda Closed Sun. & Mon. 941-639-6969 Blue-Ox Tow Hitches Sold & Installed. PRO-POWER AUTO SALES 4140 Whidden Blvd PC 33980 (941) 627-8822 Post 103 Auxiliary dinner fundraiserThe American Legion Post 103 Auxiliary will hold their monthly dinner fundraiser from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday, May 25 at the Post, 2101 Taylor Road, Punta Gorda. The special will be taco salad bowl for $8 and also available are “sh and shrimp dinners. Entertainment for the night will be It Takes TwoŽ beginning at 6:30 p.m. This fundraiser will help support the Auxiliarys many charities. The Post is smoke free and the dinner is open to the public. For more information, call 639-6337.Redevelopment meeting scheduledThe Charlotte County Board of County Commission, acting exof“cio as the governing board of the Murdock Village Community Redevelopment Agency, will conduct a meeting at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, May 22, or as soon thereafter as it may be heard, in Room 119 of the Charlotte County Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Port Charlotte. Discussions include, but are not limited to, approval of a resolution related to transfer of Collingswood Boulevard title from Murdock Village Community Redevelopment Agency to Charlotte County. The meeting is open to the public and citizens are invited to speak on agenda items only. For more information, call 941-764-4941.Lassos & Lawn ChairsThe Leadership Englewood Class of 2018 will present an outdoor movie night for the whole family. Lassos & Lawn Chairs on the Farm is set for 5 p.m. May 19 at 1500 Crestwood Road, Englewood. The evening will feature a showing of the family feature “lm Ferdinand,Ž a modern animated classic by 20th Century Fox that was released in theaters in December 2017. It is an inspiring story about a bull with a big heart, adapted from the original childrens book, The Story of FerdinandŽ by Munro Leaf. The “lm was named Best Animated Feature Film at the Golden Globe Awards in January 2018. The evening will include farm games, such as corn hole toss, mechanical bull riding, hay rides, food trucks, popcorn, ice cream and soda, as well as craft beer and margaritas for the adults. Admission is free to children 5 and younger, and $7 for everyone else. To preorder tickets or to make a charitable donation, visit englewoodchamber.com/ lassos-lawnchairs. Proceeds will bene“t the Englewood Boys & Girls Club, Englewood Care Clinic and Englewood Community Services. Come out in support of your community. Bring lawn chairs or blankets. No outside food or beverages are allowed.Art receptionNorth Port Art Center holds a reception at 6:30 p.m. Friday, May 18 for its exhibit Summertime Sizzler.Ž Awards will be presented along with refreshments. The center is at 5950 Sam Shapos Way, North Port. For more information, call 941-423-6460. NEWS BRIEFS

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Page 28 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 18, 2018 OUR TOWN FAITH & FAMILY 14On May 5, nearly 70 veterans and an additional 70 guardians, plus staff, traveled to Washington, D.C., to visit the city and view the monuments dedicated to their service. The emotional trip was coordinated by Southwest Florida Honor Flight, Inc. For more information about Southwest Florida Honor Flight and their next mission, got to http://www.pchonor”ight.org, or look for us on Facebook, Southwest Florida Honor Flight.LOCAL VETERANS TAKE HONOR FLIGHT SUN PHOTO BY SUE PAQUIN Local resident and World War II veteran Will Wareham is overwhelmed by the welcome home at Southwest Florida International Airport. SUN PHOTO BY SUE PAQUINMarine Corps veteran Stacy Rhodes, who has been a part of Honor Flight for many years, helps Korean veteran Donald Van Lith and his wife Helen as they visit one of the monuments.SUN PHOTO BY SUE PAQUINFriends of veteran Robert BobŽ Brunelli, a Port Charlotte resident in photo, who recently passed away, posed for a photo at the Korean War Memorial to honor their friend, who was a Korean veteran and an avid cigar smoker. Left to right: Sue Paquin, Brian Lance, Bob Reynolds and Chris Snyder.SUN PHOTO BY SUE PAQUINVeteran Victor Caldara receives a kiss from the nurses at the WWII Monument. SUN PHOTO BY SUE PAQUIN PHOTO PROVIDED BY LISA ZELLERSWFLHF sta Bethany Temple shares a moment with 96-year-old veteran Anna Wojtalik. Said Temple; It was an intense moment. She had the brim of her hat pressed tightly to my forehead and her eyes were so intense. They said so much without any words needed. I love her so much.ŽSUN PHOTO BY SUE PAQUINVeteran Charles Murray receives a salute.SUN PHOTO BY SUE PAQUIN Right: Vietnam veteran Chuck Weinberg is greeted at the airport in Washington, D.C.SUN PHOTO BY SUE PAQUINVeterans, guardians and sta pose for a photo at Arlington Cemetery after watching the Changing of the Guard ceremony. SUN PHOTO BY SUE PAQUINVeteran James Trerice, who was supposed to attend Honor Flight with his dad, also a veteran, holds a photo of his father, who passed away before the ight. Right: Korean veteran Tom Kebberly is all smiles as he arrives at the airport ready for the day.

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The News Wire Friday, May 18, 2018 STATE € NATIONAL € WORLD € BUSINESS € WEATHER CHINA TRIES TO BRAINWASH MUSLIMS IN CAMPSSee page 2 HONOLULU „ Hawaiis Kilauea volcano erupted anew early Thursday with little sound and only modest fury, spewing a steely gray plume of ash about 30,000 feet into the sky that began raining down on a nearby town. The explosion at the summit came shortly after 4 a.m. following two weeks of volcanic activity that sent lava ”ows into neighborhoods and destroyed at least 26 homes. Scientists said the eruption was the most powerful in recent days, though it probably lasted only a few minutes. Geologists have warned that the volcano could become even more violent, with increasing ash production and the potential that future blasts could hurl boulders the size of cows from the summit. Toby Hazel, who lives in Pahoa, near the mountain, said she heard a lot of booming soundsŽ Thursday. Those came after days of earthquakes. Its just time to go „ it really, really is,Ž she said, preparing to leave town. I feel so sorry for the people who dont go, because they dont have the money, or dont want to go to a shelter and leave their houses.Ž Some people in the community closest to the volcano slept through the blast, said Kanani Aton, a spokeswoman for Hawaii County Civil Defense, who spoke to relatives and friends in the town called Volcano. At least one person who was awake heard nothing. Epic Lava tour operator John Tarson is an early riser and only learned about the eruption after receiving an alert on his phone. The plume, a towering column of ash reaching into a hazy sky, looked different than others hes witnessed, because of its sheer height. What I noticed is the plume was just rising straight into the air, and it was not tipping in any direction,Ž he said. Weve been expecting this, and a lot of people are going to see it and get excited and scared.Ž Tour guide Scott Wiggers didnt Hawaii volcano spews most powerful ash plume in daysBy SOPHIA YAN and CALEB JONESASSOCIATED PRESSWASHINGTON „ The Senate con“rmed Gina Haspel on Thursday as the “rst female director of the CIA following a dif“cult nomination process that reopened an emotional debate about brutal interrogation techniques in one of the darkest chapters in the spy agencys history. The 54-45 vote split both parties, with six Democrats joining most Republicans in support. It was the closest vote for a CIA nominee in nearly seven decades, since the law was changed to require Senate con“rmation. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., called President Donald Trumps choice of Haspel to lead the agency the right woman at the right time.Ž McConnell steered the con“rmation swiftly past opponents, including the ailing Republican Sen. John McCain, whose long-distance rejection of the nominee over her role in the CIAs torture program hung over an impassioned debate. McCain, who was captured and tortured in the Vietnam War, is at home in Arizona while battling brain cancer and did not vote. Before voting began, McConnell said Haspel demonstrated candor, integrity, and a forthright approachŽ throughout the con“rmation process and has quietly earned the respect and admirationŽ of intelligence community leaders at CIA Senate votes to confirm Haspel as 1st female CIA directorBy LISA MASCARO and DEB RIECHMANNASSOCIATED PRESSCARACAS, Venezuela „ Venezuelas presidential candidates are making their last-minute pitches before Sundays election, though many people are hardly noticing as they struggle to “nd their next meal and pay for it with money that is next to worthless under runaway in”ation. Pausing on a bustling street to buy food, Vaceliza Villa didnt pay attention to a noisy campaign marching through the heart of Caracas biggest slum, Petare. A woman with a megaphone urged residents to vote for one of President Nicolas Maduros challengers, who are looking to capitalize on growing social discontent. I really dont care what happens on Sunday,Ž said Villa, 47, holding up her bag of raw chicken skins to feed herself and her 6-year-old daughter for the week. My priority is paying for this.Ž After two decades of polarizing socialist rule, Venezuelans have grown accustomed to seeing entire highways “lled with some of the worlds biggest political demonstrations, both in support and against the government. But despite impassioned pleas by the candidates, the current campaign seems almost sad by comparison and marked by apathy as mounting daily problems like shortages of everything from water to medicine go unresolved amid a grim economic crisis. Polls suggest that turnout could be the lowest since the late Hugo Chavez was “rst elected president in 1998. The oppositions main parties have called for a boycott WASHINGTON „ Unlike the president, Robert Mueller hasnt uttered one word in public about his Russia investigation in the year since he was appointed special counsel. And that is rattling just about everyone involved. Whats he up to? When will he bring the probe to and end? He doesnt have to say, and hes not. A year into the investigation, the stern-looking prosecutor is everywhere and nowhere at the same time. In that time, the breadth and stealth of his investigation have unsettled the White House and its chief occupant, and have spread to Capitol Hill, K Street, foreign governments and, as late as last week, corporate boardrooms. With lawmakers eying midterm elections and President Donald Trump publicly mulling whether he will sit for an interview with Mueller, Republican calls are growing for the special counsel to end his investigation. Vice President Mike Pence and others have said it publicly. GOP lawmakers insist theyve seen no evidence of collusion between Russians and Trumps 2016 election campaign. The longer the investigation runs, those calls are Grave crisis drives apathy in Venezuelan electionOne year into Russia probe, Washington is rattled, uncertainBy FABIOLA SANCHEZ and SCOTT SMITHASSOCIATED PRESSBy MARY CLARE JALONICK and ERIC TUCKERASSOCIATED PRESS PROBE | 8 CRISIS | 8 VOLCANO | 8 CIA | 8 GINA HASPEL HONOLULU STARADVERTISER VIA APABOVE: A plume of volcanic steam rises from the alignment of ssures in Hawaiis Kilauea East Rift zone, Wednesday. FAA tightens airspace around Hawaii volcano AP PHOTOIn this May 11, photo, Vaceliza Villa holds a bag of raw chicken skin to feed herself and her 6-year-old daughter for the week. My priority is paying for this.Ž adno=50534784

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Page 2 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 18, 2018 TODAY / TONIGHTA shower and t-storm around Clouds with a shower lateHIGH 86 LOW 7060% chance of rain 55% chance of rainMostly cloudy, a shower and t-storm around87 / 7060% chance of rain SATURDAY GULF WATER TEMPERATUREA couple of showers and a thunderstorm83 / 7060% chance of rain SUNDAYMostly cloudy with a shower or t-storm86 / 7155% chance of rain MONDAYA thunderstorm possible in the morning89 / 7030% chance of rain WEDNESDAYRather cloudy, a shower and t-storm around83 / 7060% chance of rain TUESDAY 2 4 11 6 2 1 Trees Grass Weeds Moldsabsentlowmoderatehighvery high 050100150200300500 430-50 Good; 51-100 Moderate; 101-150 Unhealthy for sensitive groups; 151-200 Unhealthy; 201-300 Very Unhealthy; 301-500 HazardousSource : scgov.net 8 a.m. 10 a.m. Noon 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m.The higher the AccuWeather.com UV Index’ number, the greater the need for eye and skin protection. 0-2 Low; 3-5 Moderate; 6-7 High; 8-10 Very High; 11+ Extreme.RealFeel Temperature is the exclusive AccuWeather. com composite of effective temperature based on eight weather factors.UV Index and RealFeel Temperature TodayPrecipitation (in inches)Precipitation (in inches)Precipitation (in inches)Temperatures Temperatures TemperaturesSource : National Allergy Bureau CONDITIONS TODAY AIR QUALITY INDEX POLLEN INDEX WEATHER HISTORY WEATHER TRIVIA’ PORT CHARLOTTE SEBRING VENICE768694938686Air Quality Index readings as of ThursdayMain pollutant: ParticulatesPunta Gorda through 2 p.m. Thursday Sebring through 2 p.m. Thursday Venice through 2 p.m. Thursday24 hours through 2 p.m. Thu. 0.26Ž Month to date 4.36Ž Normal month to date 1.10Ž Year to date 8.68Ž Normal year to date 10.64Ž Record 1.52Ž (2009) 24 hours through 2 p.m. Thu. 1.10Ž 24 hours through 2 p.m. Thu. 0.00Ž Month to date 0.84Ž Normal month to date 0.94Ž Year to date 3.35Ž Normal year to date 11.91Ž Record 1.52Ž (1969) High/Low 85/71 Normal High/Low 90/67 Record High 96 (2017) Record Low 49 (1973) High/Low 80/70 High/Low 84/77 Normal High/Low 86/68 Record High 97 (1995) Record Low 55 (1973)Pollen Index readings as of Thursday MONTHLY RAINFALLMonth 2018 2017 Avg. Record/Year J an. 1.98 0.88 1.80 9.93/2016 Feb. 0.66 0.94 2.52 11.05/1983 Mar. 0.53 0.80 3.28 9.26/1970 Apr. 1.15 1.59 2.03 5.80/1994 May 4.36 2.74 2.50 9.45/1991 J un. 14.79 8.92 23.99/1974 J ul. 9.02 8.22 14.22/1995 Aug. 13.12 8.01 15.60/1995 Sep. 12.46 6.84 14.03/1979 Oct. 2.54 2.93 10.88/1995 Nov. 0.44 1.91 5.53/2002 Dec. 1.04 1.78 6.83/2002 Y ear 8.68 60.36 50.74 (since 1931) T otals are from a 24-hour period ending at 5 p.m. City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W FLORIDA CITIES Today Sat.Apalachicola 87 75 pc 87 72 pc Bradenton 83 72 t 85 72 t Clearwater 84 73 pc 85 73 t Coral Springs 84 74 t 82 74 t Daytona Beach 81 68 t 81 70 t Fort Lauderdale 84 75 t 82 72 t Fort Myers 86 71 t 84 70 t Gainesville 83 69 t 85 69 t Jacksonville 82 68 t 84 68 t Key Largo 83 76 pc 82 76 t Key West 84 75 pc 83 75 t Lakeland 84 70 t 85 70 t Melbourne 83 71 t 82 73 t Miami 83 72 t 82 72 t Naples 85 71 t 84 71 t Ocala 83 68 t 83 68 t Okeechobee 84 71 t 80 70 t Orlando 85 70 t 83 70 t Panama City 85 73 sh 87 71 pc Pensacola 90 76 pc 90 74 pc Pompano Beach 83 75 t 80 73 t St. Augustine 81 68 t 80 68 t St. Petersburg 86 73 t 87 71 t Sarasota 83 69 t 86 69 t Tallahassee 87 69 t 87 69 pc Tampa 85 72 t 86 71 t Vero Beach 83 71 t 81 72 t West Palm Beach 82 73 t 81 73 t Punta Gorda Englewood Boca Grande El Jobean Venice High Low High Low Cape Sable to Tarpon Springs Tarpon Springs to Apalachicola Wind Speed Seas Bay/Inland direction in knots in feet chop TIDES MARINEPossible weather-related delays today. Check with your airline for the most updated schedules. Hi/Lo Outlook Delays AIRPORTToday 7:44a 12:41a 4:59p 10:40a Sat. 5:49p 1:38a ----Today 6:21a 8:56a 3:36p 11:54p Sat. 7:58a 9:19a 4:26p --Today 2:06p 10:41p ----Sat. 2:53p 11:40p ----Today 8:16a 1:10a 5:31p 11:09a Sat. 6:21p 2:07a ----Today 4:36a 7:35a 1:51p 10:33p Sat. 2:41p 11:35p ----S 6-12 0-1 Light SSW 6-12 1-2 LightFt. Myers 86/71 storms all day Punta Gorda 87/68 storms all day Sarasota 83/69 storms all day The Sun Rise Set The Moon Rise Set Minor Major Minor MajorThe solunar period schedule allows planning days so you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during those times. Major periods begin at the times shown and last for 1.5 to 2 hours. The minor periods are shorter. SUN AND MOON SOLUNAR TABLEForecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. 2018First May 21 Full May 29 Last Jun 6 New Jun 13 Today 9:43 a.m. 11:44 p.m. Saturday 10:45 a.m. none Today 6:39 a.m. 8:11 p.m. Saturday 6:39 a.m. 8:11 p.m. Today 9:10a 2:55a 9:41p 3:25p Sat. 10:18a 4:02a 10:48p 4:33p Sun. 11:23a 5:08a 11:52p 5:37p Monterrey 97/70 Chihuahua 99/56 Los Angeles 71/58 Washington 65/59 New York 62/52 Miami 83/72 Atlanta 79/68 Detroit 70/55 Houston 94/73 Kansas City 85/62 Chicago 72/54 Minneapolis 84/60 El Paso 92/63 Denver 69/46 Billings 53/40 San Francisco 66/54 Seattle 70/55 Toronto 61/48 Montreal 62/42 Winnipeg 50/33 Ottawa 64/42 WORLD CITIESCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo WCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo WCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo WWeather (W): s -sunny, pc -partly cloudy, c -cloudy, sh -showers, t -thunderstorms, r -rain, sf -snow flurries, sn -snow, i -ice. THE NATION Cold Warm Stationary Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow IceShown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day. Fronts Precipitation -10s-0s0s10s20s30s40s50s60s70s80s90s100s110sU.S. ExtremesPublication date: 05/18/18 Today Sat. Today Sat. Today Sat. Today Sat.Albuquerque 82 53 s 83 56 pc Anchorage 55 46 r 56 43 sh Atlanta 79 68 t 82 69 pc Baltimore 64 56 r 74 64 r Billings 53 40 sh 55 40 pc Birmingham 82 65 t 89 69 pc Boise 74 49 pc 75 53 pc Boston 56 49 pc 55 53 r Buffalo 69 57 pc 75 60 sh Burlington, VT 67 46 pc 62 56 r Charleston, WV 78 64 t 82 64 t Charlotte 78 67 t 80 67 t Chicago 72 54 pc 71 55 pc Cincinnati 74 66 t 79 65 pc Cleveland 71 58 r 77 59 t Columbia, SC 82 69 t 85 70 t Columbus, OH 71 61 t 79 64 t Concord, NH 66 39 pc 57 48 r Dallas 94 73 s 92 72 s Denver 69 46 t 53 41 sh Des Moines 83 60 pc 80 64 c Detroit 70 55 pc 71 58 sh Duluth 68 53 pc 60 37 r Fairbanks 64 47 pc 66 41 pc Fargo 79 46 t 65 41 c Hartford 64 48 c 61 56 r Helena 52 42 sh 63 41 pc Honolulu 85 72 s 85 74 pc Houston 94 73 s 92 73 s Indianapolis 73 64 t 79 65 pc Jackson, MS 88 67 c 93 70 s Kansas City 85 62 pc 85 62 t Knoxville 82 65 t 85 67 t Las Vegas 90 71 s 91 72 s Los Angeles 71 58 pc 70 60 pc Louisville 78 68 t 84 70 pc Memphis 85 69 sh 93 74 s Milwaukee 65 50 s 65 47 c Minneapolis 84 60 pc 75 52 c Montgomery 87 69 t 90 69 t Nashville 80 65 t 89 68 pc New Orleans 93 72 pc 93 74 s New York City 62 52 r 63 59 r Norfolk, VA 80 70 t 81 71 r Oklahoma City 88 69 pc 90 62 t Omaha 86 60 pc 81 57 r Philadelphia 62 53 r 69 63 r Phoenix 94 69 s 96 70 s Pittsburgh 68 55 r 79 63 t Portland, ME 60 42 pc 56 49 r Portland, OR 72 54 pc 77 54 pc Providence 60 50 c 59 56 r Raleigh 79 67 t 79 68 t Salt Lake City 71 52 t 72 52 pc St. Louis 73 62 c 87 68 pc San Antonio 96 71 s 93 73 s San Diego 67 61 pc 68 60 pc San Francisco 66 54 pc 65 54 pc Seattle 70 55 pc 73 53 pc Washington, DC 65 59 r 78 71 r Amsterdam 59 48 s 65 51 pc Baghdad 98 70 s 101 73 s Beijing 82 57 s 78 56 c Berlin 71 49 pc 72 48 pc Buenos Aires 62 44 sh 60 42 s Cairo 99 73 s 101 76 s Calgary 59 40 pc 63 44 s Cancun 82 75 t 84 74 t Dublin 62 47 pc 66 51 pc Edmonton 68 40 pc 74 45 pc Halifax 57 42 pc 56 47 pc Kiev 74 55 t 71 53 pc London 65 46 s 69 47 s Madrid 75 54 pc 77 55 pc Mexico City 84 59 pc 83 58 pc Montreal 62 42 pc 62 54 r Ottawa 64 42 pc 64 50 r Paris 65 45 s 65 49 s Regina 62 37 c 69 39 s Rio de Janeiro 84 72 s 86 69 t Rome 74 56 pc 75 58 s St. Johns 46 29 pc 54 35 c San Juan 83 75 sh 82 75 pc Sydney 67 52 s 67 50 s Tokyo 80 69 pc 76 56 r Toronto 61 48 pc 60 53 sh Vancouver 68 53 pc 69 52 pc Winnipeg 50 33 r 64 35 sHigh ......................... 98 at Pecos, TXLow .................. 20 at Angel Fire, NM(For the 48 contiguous states yesterday)77Mount Saint Helens erupted on May 18, 1980. The smoke plume climbed 16 miles into the atmosphere. Q: What is the average height of a thunderstorm?A: 40,000 feet Port Charlotte Tampa Bradenton Englewood Fort Myers Myakka City Punta Gorda Lehigh Acres Hull Arcadia Bartow Winter Haven Plant City Brandon St. Petersburg Wauchula Sebring Lake Wales Frostproof La Belle Felda Lake Placid Brighton Venus Longboat Key Placida Osprey Limestone Apollo Beach Venice Ft. Meade Sarasota Clearwater Boca Grande Cape Coral Sanibel Bonita Springs Shown is todays weather. Temperatures are todays highs and tonights lows. North Port 86/70 84/70 86/70 86/70 85/70 84/71 83/70 83/70 83/70 85/72 83/72 84/73 84/71 86/71 85/70 87/68 86/70 87/69 86/70 84/70 84/70 85/69 85/70 86/73 84/70 82/73 84/71 83/71 86/69 83/71 83/71 83/69 83/69 84/73 83/73 85/71 85/71 86/70 ALMATY, Kazakhstan „ Day after day, Omir Bekali and other detainees in far western Chinas new indoctrination camps had to disavow their Islamic beliefs, criticize themselves and their loved ones and give thanks to the ruling Communist Party. When Bekali, a Kazakh Muslim, refused, he was forced to stand at a wall for “ve hours at a time. A week later, he was sent to solitary con“nement and deprived of food for 24 hours. After 20 days, he wanted to kill himself. The psychological pressure is enormous, when you have to criticize yourself, denounce your thinking „ your own ethnic group,Ž said Bekali, 42, who broke down in tears while describing the camp. I still think about it every night, until the sun rises.Ž Since last spring, Chinese authorities in the heavily Muslim region of Xinjiang have ensnared tens, possibly hundreds of thousands of Muslim Chinese „ and even foreign citizens „ in mass internment camps. This detention campaign has swept across Xinjiang, a territory half the area of India, leading to what a U.S. commission on China last month said is the largest mass incarceration of a minority population in the world today.Ž The internment program tries to rewire the political thinking of detainees, erase their Islamic beliefs and reshape their very identities. Chinese of“cials have largely avoided comment, but some have said in state media that ideological changes are needed to “ght separatism and Islamic extremism. Radical Muslim Uighurs killed hundreds in China in years past. Three other former internees and a former instructor in different centers corroborated Bekalis depiction. Taken together, the recollections offer the most detailed account yet of life inside so-called re-education. The program is a hallmark of Chinas emboldened state security apparatus under the deeply nationalistic, hard-line rule of President Xi Jinping. It is partly rooted in the ancient Chinese belief in transformation through education „ taken once before to terrifying extremes during the mass thought reform campaigns of Mao Zedong, the Chinese leader sometimes channeled by Xi. Cultural cleansing is Beijings attempt to “nd a “nal solution to the Xinjiang problem,Ž said James Millward, a China historian at Georgetown University. The internment system is shrouded in secrecy, with no publicly available data. The U.S. State Department estimates those being held are at the very least in the tens of thousands.Ž A Turkey-based TV station run by Xinjiang exiles said almost 900,000 were detained, citing leaked government documents. Adrian Zenz, a researcher at the European School of Culture and Theology, puts the number between several hundreds of thousands and just over 1 million, and government bids suggest construction is ongoing. Asked to comment on the camps, Chinas foreign ministry said it had not heardŽ of the situation. Chinese of“cials in Xinjiang did not respond to requests for comment. However, Chinas top prosecutor, Zhang Jun, urged Xinjiangs authorities this month to extensively expand what the government calls transformation through educationŽ in an all-out effortŽ to “ght extremism. China-born Bekali moved to Kazakhstan in 2006 and received citizenship three years later. On March 25 last year, Bekali visited his parents in Xinjiang. The next day, police took him away. They strapped him into a tiger chairŽ that clamped down his wrists and ankles. They hung him by his wrists against a barred wall. They interrogated him about his work inviting Chinese to apply for Kazakh tourist visas. I havent committed any crimes!Ž Bekali yelled. Seven months later, Bekali was taken out of his cell and handed a release paper. But he was not free. Bekali was driven to a fenced compound in Karamay, where three buildings held more than 1,000 internees. They would wake up together before dawn, sing the Chinese national anthem, and raise the Chinese ”ag at 7:30 am. They sang songs praising the party and studied Chinese language and history. They were told that the indigenous sheep-herding Central Asian people of Xinjiang were backward before they were liberatedŽ by the Communist Party in the 1950s. When they ate meals of vegetable soup and buns, they “rst had to chant: Thank the Party! Thank the Motherland! Thank President Xi!Ž Bekali was kept in a locked room almost around the clock with eight other internees, who shared beds and a wretched toilet. Cameras were installed in toilets and outhouses. Baths were rare, as was washing of hands and feet, equated with Islamic ablution. In 4-hour sessions, instructors lectured about the dangers of Islam and drilled internees with quizzes that they had to answer correctly or be sent to stand near a wall for hours on end. Do you obey Chinese law or Sharia?Ž instructors asked. Do you understand why religion is dangerous?Ž The detainees had to criticize and be criticized by their peers. One by one, they would also stand up before 60 classmates to present self-criticisms of their religious history. I was taught the Holy Quran by my father and I learned it because I didnt know better,Ž Bekali heard one say. I traveled outside China without knowing that I could be exposed to extremist thoughts abroad,Ž another said. Now I know.Ž At “rst, Bekali did not want the AP to publish his account for fear his sister and mother in China would be detained. But on March 10, the police took his sister, Adila Bekali. A week later, they took his mother, Amina Sadik. And on April 24, his father, Ebrayem. Bekali changed his mind and said he wanted to tell his story. Things have already come this far,Ž he said. I have nothing left to lose.ŽThank the Party! China tries to brainwash Muslims in campsBy GERRY SHIHASSOCIATED PRESS KINSHASA, Congo (AP) „ Congos Ebola outbreak has spread to a crossroads city of more than 1 million people in a troubling turn that marks the “rst time the vast, impoverished country has encountered the lethal virus in an urban area. This is a major, major game-changer in the outbreak,Ž Dr. Peter Salama, the World Health Organizations deputy director-general of emergency preparedness and response, warned on Thursday. A single case of Ebola was con“rmed in Mbandaka, a densely populated provincial capital on the Congo River, Congos Health Minister Oly Ilunga said late Wednesday. The city is about 93 miles from Bikoro, the rural area where the outbreak was announced last week. A total of 44 cases of Ebola have been reported in Congo in this outbreak: three con“rmed, 20 probable and 21 suspected, according to WHO. Twentythree of those people have died. Until now, the outbreak was con“ned to remote rural areas, where Ebola, which is spread by bodily ”uids, travels more slowly. Mbandaka, a city of almost 1.2 million, is in a busy travel corridor in Congos northwest Equateur province and is upstream from the capital, Kinshasa, a city of about 10 million. It is an hours plane ride from Kinshasa or a fourto seven-day trip by river barge. Salama also noted Mbandakas proximity to neighboring countries, including Central African Republic and Republic of Congo. There is no speci“c treatment for Ebola. Symptoms include fever, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle pain and at times internal and external bleeding. The virus can be fatal in up to 90 percent of cases, depending on the strain. The aid organization said 514 people believed to have been in contact with infected people are being monitored. WHO said it is deploying about 30 more experts to the city.Major, major game-changer: Ebola spreads to big Congo cityWINDSOR, England (AP) „ Meghan Markle says her father will not be attending her wedding to Prince Harry, and has expressed hope that he can be given the spaceŽ to focus on his health. Kensington Palaces statement Thursday puts to rest days of speculation about whether Markles father, Thomas, would walk her down the aisle „ as the palace had previously said. His participation was put into doubt after news site TMZ reported he would not attend because of embarrassment regarding paparazzi photographs. It later reported that he was having heart surgery. Markle says she would like to thank everyone who has offered generous messages of support. Please know how much Harry and I look forward to sharing our special day with you on Saturday.ŽMeghan Markle: Dad wont attend wedding due to health issues AP FILE PHOTOBritains Prince Harry and his ancee Meghan Markle WEATHER/WORLD NEWS

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The Sun /Friday, May 18, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 3 ALMANAC Today is Friday, May 18, the 138th day of 2018. There are 227 days left in the year. Today in history On May 18, 1953, Jacqueline Cochran, 47, became the first woman to break the sound barrier as she piloted a Canadair F-86 Sabre jet over Rogers Dry Lake, California. On this date In 1652 Rhode Island became the first American colony to pass a law abolishing African slavery; however, the law was apparently never enforced. In 1896 the U.S. Supreme Court, in Plessy v. Ferguson, endorsed separate but equalŽ racial segregation, a concept renounced 58 years later by Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka. In 1933 President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a measure creating the Tennessee Valley Authority. In 1944 during World War II, Allied forces occupied Monte Cassino in Italy after a four-month struggle with Axis troops. In 1973 Harvard law professor Archibald Cox was appointed Watergate special prosecutor by U.S. Attorney General Elliot Richardson. In 1980 the Mount St. Helens volcano in Washington state exploded, leaving 57 people dead or missing. In 1998 the U.S. government filed an antitrust case against Microsoft, saying the powerful software company had a choke holdŽ on competitors that was denying consumers important choices about how they bought and used computers. (The Justice Department and Microsoft reached a settlement in 2001.) Todays birthdays Actor Bill Macy is 96. Actress Priscilla Pointer is 94. Hall of Fame sportscaster Jack Whitaker is 94. Actor Robert Morse is 87. Actor Dwayne Hickman is 84. Baseball Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson is 81. Country singer Joe Bonsall (The Oak Ridge Boys) is 70. Rock musician Rick Wakeman (Yes) is 69. Rock singer Mark Mothersbaugh (Devo) is 68. Actor James Stephens is 67. Country singer George Strait is 66. Actor Chow Yun-Fat is 63. Contemporary Christian singer Michael Tait is 52. Singer-actress Martika is 49. Comedian-writer Tina Fey is 48. Actor Matt Long is 38. Actor Allen Leech is 37. Bible verse Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.Ž „ Acts 4:12. Salvation only comes in the name of Jesus. Have you called upon Him to be your Savior? He loves you! ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) „ On a whim, a Florida high school senior asked the Crocs shoe company to supply its foam shoes for her and all of her female classmates to wear to graduation, and the company said OK „ if her request could get 2,018 retweets. Sarah Agee tells the Tampa Bay Times that she and other classmates were concerned about wearing high heels, so she suggested Crocs. Agee tweeted @Crocs, asking many retweets it would take to send white shoes for Seminole High Schools graduation. The response: 2018 ... obviously.Ž Crocs chief marketing of“cer Terence Reilly says when they got the retweets, they shipped the shoes. Agee and her friends crossed the stage Wednesday wearing the Crocs, though not all seniors participated. Agee says she learned that, It cant hurt to ask.ŽODD NEWS How many retweets to wear Crocs to graduation? NATION/WORLD NEWSMOSCOW „ Syrian President Bashar Assad made a surprise visit to Russia to meet President Vladimir Putin on Thursday at his summer residence in the Black Sea resort of Sochi. A transcript of Thursdays meeting released by the Kremlin quoted Assad as saying that Syria is making progress in “ghting terrorism,Ž which opens the door to the political process.Ž Putins spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Assad informed the Russian leader of his decision to send a delegation to the U.N.Ž to discuss reforming the countrys constitution. The U.N. has hosted several rounds of peace talks in Geneva that have made no progress toward ending the con”ict. A posting on the Syrian presidencys Facebook page said the two leaders consulted on various issues of mutual interest and the latest political and military developments in Syria. It said Assad con“rmed he will send a list of candidate names as soon as possible to the United Nations, for membership in a committee that would discuss the constitution. It said that Russia welcomes and supports this decision based on agreements reached in national dialogue meetings in Sochi. It said the two also discussed economic cooperation and growing investments by Russian companies in Syria. Russia has been a key ally of Assad throughout the seven-year Syrian civil war. Moscow launched an air campaign on behalf of Assads forces in 2015 that tipped the con”ict in his favor. Assad previously visited Russia and met with Putin in November 2017 and October 2015, and Putin traveled to the Russian air base in Syria last December to announce a scale-back of the Russian military presence there. Russian state television on Thursday aired footage of the two leaders meeting. Putin told Assad that a lot has been doneŽ at Russia-sponsored talks between the Syrian government and the opposition in Kazakhstan. Now we can take the next steps together with you,Ž Putin told Assad. Assad said he is committed to political reform, without elaborating. Syrias con”ict began with mass protests against the Assad familys decades-long rule. A brutal government crackdown and the rise of an armed insurgency eventually tipped the country into civil war. More than 450,000 people have been killed and 11 million have been displaced from their homes. Assads future has been a key sticking point in years of failed peace efforts. The opposition and its Western backers have demanded he step aside as part of a political transition, something the Syrian government has adamantly rejected.Syrias Assad meets with Putin in RussiaTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS KREMLIN POOL PHOTO VIA APRussian President Vladimir Putin, left, shakes hands with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad during their meeting in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, Russia, Thursday. MOUNT OLIVE, N.J. „ A school bus taking children on a “eld trip to a New Jersey historic site collided with a dump truck Thursday, ripping the bus apart and killing a teacher and student. The crash left the bus lying on its side on the guardrail of Interstate 80 in Mount Olive, its undercarriage and front end sheared off and its steering wheel exposed. Some of the victims crawled out of the emergency exit in the back and an escape hatch on the roof. More than 40 people were taken to area hospitals. I heard a scraping sound and we toppled over the highway,Ž said student Theo Ancevski, who was sitting in the fourth row of the bus and was treated at a hospital for cuts and scrapes. A lot of people were screaming and hanging from their seatbelts.Ž New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said that one adult and one student were killed. Murphy said the driver of the truck was alive at the hospital, but of“cials didnt reveal his condition. The front end of the red dump truck was mangled in the wreck, which took place about 50 miles west of New York. The truck was registered to Mendez Trucking, of Belleville, and had In God We TrustŽ emblazoned on the back of it. Police didnt release details of how the crash happened, but the trucking company had a string of crashes in recent years and a higher than average rate of violations that sidelined its vehicles, according to federal safety data. There were 45 people, including 38 students, on the bus. Forty-three people from the bus and the truck driver were taken to three area hospitals, where some were listed in critical condition. The bus was owned by the school district and had seat belts, according to Paramus schools superintendent Michele Robinson. There is no federal requirement for seat belts on full-sized school buses, but six states including New Jersey require them. The bus was taking students from East Brook Middle School to Waterloo Village, a historic site depicting a Lenape Indian community and once-thriving port about 5 miles from the crash scene. Some of the children were still inside the bus and some were outside when “rst responders arrived, according to Jeff Paul, director of the Morris County Of“ce of Emergency Management. We had patients laying all over the median and on the interstate,Ž Paul said. There were all kinds of injuries, every injury type you could expect in a crash of his magnitude.Ž Paul said some of the “rst responders were very emotionally upset. It was a rough scene to see.Ž Zainab Qureshi, 11, told The Record she was on one of the two buses not involved in the crash. She said those two buses made it to Waterloo Village, but they were told about a half hour later that they had to return to school because of bad weather. Qureshi said students on the other buses didnt “nd out about the crash until they arrived back at school about 50 miles from the crash site and were reunited with their parents. Thuy Nguyen, a nurse from Paramus, said she rushed to the school where her son was taking a test after hearing the news. My heart just dropped, You hear the name of the school...Ž she said before trailing off. Robinson said that the district was cancelling school trips for the rest of the year.School bus ripped apart in dump truck crash, killing 2By DAVID PORTER, MICHAEL R. SISAK and SETH WENIGASSOCIATED PRESS BOB KARP/THE DAILY RECORD VIA APEmergency personnel examine a school bus after it collided with a dump truck, injuring multiple people, on Interstate 80 in Mount Olive, N.J., Thursday. Police arrest 251, seize child pornography in Brazil raids German papers cartoon criticized as anti-SemiticSAO PAULO (AP) „ Brazilian police arrested more than 250 people Thursday as they executed hundreds of search and seizure warrants for child pornography in the largest operation of its kind in the Latin American country. Thousands of police fanned out in 24 states and the federal district to serve more than 500 warrants, the Ministry of Public Security said. During the searches, police detained people they said were in possession of or were sharing child pornography. By evening, 251 people had been taken into custody. Public Security Minister Raul Jungmann said the operation was the largest involving civil police in Brazils history. This is without a doubt one of the most reprehensible, one of the most intolerable crimes against our children and adolescents,Ž he said at a news conference. Investigators analyzed more than 1 million “les in order to identify the targets of Thursdays operation, Jungmann said. Last year, American authorities shared with Brazilian investigators tools and methods for identifying such “les online, according to Carlos Afonso Goncalves, the director of intelligence at the National Secretariat of Public Security. The targets of the investigation all had considerable quantitiesŽ of electronic “les containing images of child pornography in their possession, said Alessandro Barreto, BERLIN (AP) „ Germanys new anti-Semitism commissioner says a leading newspaper crossed a red lineŽ with a caricature of Benjamin Netanyahu portraying the Israeli prime minister with oversized lips, ears and nose. Felix Klein, who was appointed this year amid concerns over rising anti-Semitism in Germany, told the Bild newspaper on Thursday that Tuesdays cartoon in Munichs Sueddeutsche Zeitung in the aftermath of the U.S. decision to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem recalled the intolerable depictions of Nazi propaganda.Ž The drawing depicts Netanyahu dressed as Israeli singer Netta Barzilai, who won this years Eurovision song contest. The heart that forms the vŽ in Eurovision is replaced with a Star of David and Netanyahu is hoisting a missile in his hand, saying next year in Jerusalem.Ž Sueddeutsche Zeitung has apologized for the caricature. Later Thursday, its editorial board said the newspaper had parted company with longtime cartoonist Dieter Hanitzsch, news agency DPA reported. It cited insuperable differences between Mr. Hanitzsch and the editorial board over what constitute anti-Semitic clichs in a cartoon.Ž | HEADLINES AROUND THE WORLDcoordinator of the cybercrimes lab at the secretariat. The smallest number of downloaded “les was 150.Doctor accused of keeping human fat in closet back at work $500M settlement in Nassar case wont be shared equally Police: Boy, 7, killed self with gun found in box with toyWINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) „ The North Carolina doctor accused of reusing syringes and storing human fat in plastic bags can practice medicine again, even though her license was suspended. The Winston-Salem Journal reports a Wake County judge granted a temporary restraining order Tuesday against the N.C. Medical Board, saying it violated due process by summarily suspending Dr. Anne Litton Whites license ahead of a June 21 board hearing where she can defend her medical actions. The board says White reused syringes and leftover botulinum toxin on multiple patients, and kept small plastic bags of fat from liposuction procedures in an of“ce closet. White denied the conduct in an af“davit, and her lawyer said her practice has lost up to $10,000 daily during the suspension. DETROIT „ The $500 million settlement between Michigan State University and hundreds of Larry Nassars victims will be divided up after weighing many factors, including the date and victims age when the sexual assaults occurred and the impact it had on their lives, lawyers say. The school, where the sports doctor worked for nearly 20 years, announced Wednesday that it would set aside $425 million for 332 women and girls who say Nassar abused them and another $75 million to cover future claims. PLYMOUTH, Minn. (AP) „ Police say a 7-year-old boy fatally shot himself in his suburban Minneapolis home after a loaded handgun was found in a box containing a toy. Police were called to a townhome apartment complex in Plymouth around 3 p.m. Wednesday on a report of a child bleeding from the head. When of“cers arrived they discovered Keyaris Samuels with a gunshot wound. Police said Thursday that the boy and his siblings were home alone when the gun was discovered in a box containing a hoverboard. The three other children were outside when Keyaris accidentally shot himself. The boys mother came home shortly afterward. Plymouth Police Chief Michael Goldstein says the boys mother told police she doesnt know the source of the gun. Police are investigating and want to hold the gun owner responsible. | HEADLINES AROUND THE NATIONBut it wont have a role in determining how much each victim will receive. That will likely fall to one or two former judges or experienced mediators who will be selected by lawyers to oversee the process, said John Manly, who represents roughly 200 victims in the worst sexual abuse case in sports history. Simple math says $425 million divided by 332 people would be $1.28 million each. Claims must be evaluated in many ways. Manly said some people could receive substantiallyŽ more than $1.28 million while others get much less. Attorneys will also get a share of any award under agreements they have with clients.

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BasicEnS .45 ... +9.3 Baxter s 70.65 -.09 +57.3 BaytexE g 4.72 +.12YTD Name Last Chg Money & Markets 2,560 2,640 2,720 2,800 2,880 NM DJFMA 2,600 2,680 2,760 S&P 500Close: 2,720.13 Change: -2.33 (-0.1%) 10 DAYS 6,600 6,900 7,200 7,500 7,800 NM DJFMA 7,040 7,260 7,480 Nasdaq compositeClose: 7,382.47 Change: -15.82 (-0.2%) 10 DAYSAdvanced 1541 Declined 1302 New Highs 148 New Lows 50 Vol. (in mil.) 3,437 Pvs. Volume 3,173 1,926 2,061 1701 1105 171 49 NYSE NASDDOW 24839.49 24639.40 24713.98 -54.95 -0.22% t s t -0.02% DOW Trans. 10822.49 10610.64 10742.96 +40.42 +0.38% s s s +1.23% DOW Util. 675.67 667.20 668.56 -5.49 -0.81% t t t -7.58% NYSE Comp. 12787.12 12714.11 12747.83 +4.03 +0.03% s s t -0.48% NASDAQ 7425.39 7350.46 7382.47 -15.82 -0.21% t s s +6.94% S&P 500 2731.96 2711.36 2720.13 -2.33 -0.09% t s t +1.74% S&P 400 1954.87 1942.61 1948.28 +4.47 +0.23% s s s +2.51% Russell 2000 1627.32 1615.46 1625.29 +8.92 +0.55% s s s +5.85% Toronto TSX 16179.45 16117.52 16143.55 +35.49 +0.22% s s s -0.40%HIGH LOW CLOSE CHG %CHG WK MO QTR YTD Stocks Recap Combined StocksFrom the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq. Interest ratesThe yield on the 10-year Treasury note rose to 3.12 percent Thursday. Yields affect rates on mortgages and other consumer loans.NET 1YR TREASURIES LAST PVS CHG AGO 4.75 4.25 4.00 1.63 1.13 .88 PRIME RATE FED FUNDS 3-month T-bill 1.90 1.90 ... .89 6-month T-bill 2.08 2.07 +0.01 .99 52-wk T-bill 2.28 2.27 +0.01 1.07 2-year T-note 2.57 2.59 -0.02 1.25 5-year T-note 2.93 2.94 -0.01 1.75 7-year T-note 3.06 3.07 -0.01 2.02 10-year T-note 3.12 3.10 +0.02 2.22 30-year T-bond 3.25 3.22 +0.03 2.91 NET 1YR BONDS LAST PVS CHG AGO Barclays Glob Agg Bd 2.05 2.04 +0.01 1.60 Barclays USAggregate 3.42 3.41 +0.01 2.55 Barclays US Corp 4.06 4.05 +0.01 3.24 Barclays US High Yield 6.33 6.33 ... 5.57 Moodys AAA Corp Idx 4.06 4.07 -0.01 3.85 10-Yr. TIPS .94 0.92 +0.02 .43Commodities The price of U.S. crude oil was unchanged, and Brent crude edged higher. Gold fell slightly, and silver and copper prices rose.Crude Oil (bbl) 71.49 71.49 ... +18.3 Ethanol (gal) 1.46 1.47 -1.02 +9.6 Heating Oil (gal) 2.28 2.27 +0.51 +9.9 Natural Gas (mm btu) 2.86 2.82 +1.56 -3.2 Unleaded Gas (gal) 2.24 2.25 -0.30 +24.7 FUELS CLOSEPVS %CHG%YTD Gold (oz) 1288.20 1290.20 -0.16 -1.4 Silver (oz) 16.41 16.30 +0.71 -3.8 Platinum (oz) 892.10 889.80 +0.26 -4.5 Copper (lb) 3.08 3.06 +0.60 -6.2 Palladium (oz) 979.70 984.70 -0.51 -8.8 METALS CLOSEPVS %CHG%YTD Cattle (lb) 1.03 1.02 +1.21 -16.2 Coffee (lb) 1.14 1.13 +0.53 -9.8 Corn (bu) 3.95 3.99 -1.00 +12.7 Cotton (lb) 0.85 0.84 +0.81 +8.1 Lumber (1,000 bd ft) 639.00 629.00 +1.59 +42.6 Orange Juice (lb) 1.70 1.70 -0.06 +25.0 Soybeans (bu) 9.95 10.00 -0.48 +4.5 Wheat (bu) 4.97 4.94 +0.66 +16.5 AGRICULTURE CLOSE PVS %CHG%YTD USD per British Pound1.3508 +.0023 +.17% 1.2957 Canadian Dollar 1.2800 +.0011 +.09% 1.3628 USD per Euro 1.1799 -.0003 -.03% 1.1150 Japanese Yen 110.75 +.50 +.45% 111.11 Mexican Peso 19.6967 +.0850 +.43% 18.6806 1YR MAJORS CLOSE CHG %CHGAGO Israeli Shekel 3.5967 -.0007 -.25% 3.6102 Norwegian Krone 8.1235 -.0006 -.49% 8.4125 South African Rand 12.5921 -.0010 -1.26% 13.2022 Swedish Krona 8. 7432 -.0005 -.44% 8.7398 Swiss Franc 1.0013 -.0000 -.00% .9790 EUROPE/AFRICA/MIDDLE EAST Australian Dollar 1.3317 +.0013 +.10% 1.3472 Chinese Yuan 6.3660 -.0097 -.15% 6.8910 Hong Kong Dollar 7.8496 -.0009 -.01% 7.7864 Indian Rupee 67.797 +.138 +.20% 64.260 Singapore Dollar 1.3422 +.0021 +.16% 1.3908 South Korean Won 1082.72 +4.84 +.45% 1121.57 Taiwan Dollar 29.95 +.10 +.33% 30.11 ASIA/PACIFICForeign Exchange The dollar rose against the Japanese yen and the euro, but fell against the British pound. It rose against the Mexican peso and the Canadian dollar.LAST6 MO AGO 1 YR AGO +4.2 ResCap rs 9.76 -.04 -8.9 RestBrnds 56.00 -.19 -13.7 RetailOpp 17.22 +.13 -66.5 RiotBlck 9.51 +1.01 -14.2 RiteAid 1.69 -.09 -8.5 RockwlAut179.75 -.29 +.3 RockColl 135.98 +.90 -25.9 Rogers 120.02 +1.10 -33.8 Roku n 34.26 -.18 +6.3 Roper 275.25 -.50 +4.0 RossStrs s 83.43 +.06 +6.9 Rowan 16.74 +.21 -3.3 RoyalBk g 78.93 -.23 -10.0 RylCarb 107.35 -.64 +11.6 RoyDShllB 76.20 +1.21 +9.9 RoyDShllA 73.33 +.91 -18.5 Ryder 68.63 +.49 S-T-U+12.9 S&T Bcp 44.93 +.51 -14.5 SCANA 34.02 -.38 -6.3 SLGreen 94.57 -.55 +3.3 SLM Cp 11.67 +.12 +20.0 SM Energy 26.50 +1.04 +48.8 SRC Eng 12.69 +.56 +22.3 SS&C Tch s49.52 +.35 +9.2 SabnR 48.70 +.70 +4.3 SabraHltc 19.58 -.25 +15.6 SabreCorp 23.70 -.35 +7.6 Saia Inc 76.10 +.45 -.8 StJoe 17.90 -.15 +23.3 Salesforce126.05 -2.72 -18.2 SallyBty 15.35 -.04 -12.0 SJuanB 7.25 +.23 -22.4 SanchezEn 4.12 +.33 -1.8 SangTher 16.10 ... -9.6 Sanofi 38.89 +.39 +10.4 Schlmbrg 74.43 +1.32 +15.5 Schwab 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The Sun /Friday, May 18, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 5 MARMADUKE By Brad Anderson Cryptoquip 2011 by King Features Syndicate Challenger Yesterdays Challenger Answers DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a 63-year-old woman with osteoporosis. A few years ago, I had osteopenia, and my doctor put me on an oral medication that I was unable to tolerate. Since then I have tried to eat many calcium-rich foods, do weight-bearing exercises and walk. But now she wants me to try Reclast or Boniva. I went online to nd reviews about their eectiveness, and for every positive review, there were 10 or more bad reviews. My concern is that once it's in my system, there is no going back if I have a bad reaction. With the horric side eects some of these women reported, there was no way of turning it around. I trust that my doctor only wants what is best for me and that she is concerned that I will start to have issues with breaks and fractures. When I spoke with my GP, she didn't seem very concerned about the side eects, and said that she didn't have anyone tell her of any issues with the treatment. I'm hoping you can give me an educated and unbiased opinion as to the eectiveness of these treatments. I am sure a lot of women are going through the same process, and could use the same advice. „ C.T. ANSWER: Osteoporosis is a net loss of bone minerals that leads to an increase in fracture risk. It is very common, especially in Asian and white women. However, it can happen to anyone „ in black women and white men it happens, but at an older average age. There are two main measures of osteoporosis: the T-score and the Z-score. The T-score is more commonly used, and it compares the person's bone density at a particular site (usually the hip or spine) with what it would be in a young, healthy person. A T-score of 0 means the person's bone density is the same as a young, healthy person. A negative score means the bone density is lower. A T-score between -1 and -2.5 is called low bone mass, or osteopenia. This is not a diagnosis; rather, it indicates risk of developing osteoporosis in the future, and at this time, advice on diet and exercise is appropriate. A T-score of -2.5 or lower is osteoporosis; however, osteoporosis may be diagnosed at a more normal T-score in someone with a fracture due to fragile bones. The Z-score compares a person with someone of the same age and sex. It's useful to identify people with a cause other than age for osteoporosis. These include use of prednisone or similar steroids, low body weight, smoking and excess drinking, kidney or liver disease, celiac disease, early menopause, hyperthyroidism and numerous other rarer causes. Identifying a secondary cause, if present, is important. The lower the T-score, the more important treatment becomes. Treatment is appropriate for people with a low T-score who have not responded to diet and exercise. The problem with websites that solicit information about side eects is that people with side eects are a lot more likely to respond to them. The overall eect looks horrible. The data from placebocontrolled trials shows that the side eects for Boniva (a pill taken usually once a month) are barely higher than placebo. Only stomach upset and limb pain are signicantly higher, and only in about 2 percent of people. Reclast (an IV infusion, usually given once yearly) can cause a ulike syndrome for a few days after infusion. These medicines will leave the body after stopping them, but slowly. Don't take them for more than three years without a thorough re-evaluation.DEAR ABBY: I have really nice neighbors, and we are always pleasant to each other. We put up a large above-ground pool in our backyard, and they put up a trampoline. I would like to enjoy our pool (how to put this delicately?) without tan lines. I do not want to oend them or expose myself to their teenage son when he's j umping on their trampoline. Is there a way to ask them to move the trampoline since there is no other way to stay discreet in my backyard? „ No Tan Lines DEAR NO TAN LINES: Have you not heard about "tan through" fabrics? They were invented years ago to help women achieve a "summertime glow" without the risk of being reported for indecent exposure. You can nd more information about this type of swimwear online by searching "no tan line swimsuit." One caveat: Dermatologists recommend avoiding the sun to prevent skin cancers. When using these garments, make sure to use sunscreen underneath the swimsuit so you will achieve an all-over tan instead of a nasty all-over sunburn. DEAR ABBY: Our boy-and-girl twins are celebrating another birthday soon. They will be 5 and want a joint party. They have mutual friends, as well as other, individual friends. What's the best way to word an invitation suggesting that the boy guests bring only a gift for him, and the girl guests bring only a gift for her without sounding tacky? We don't want to overburden people who may feel obligated to bring something for each child. Frankly, they have been blessed materially, and are in need of very little. „ Perplexed Party Planner DEAR PERPLEXED: Why not send separate invitations for each twin? It may save their friends' parents confusion. Consider including "If you have questions or need further information, call me" on the invitations as well. Dear Heloise: My doctor wants me to check my BLOOD PRESSURE once a day. I nd this uncomfortable, and I fumble around with the arm band. Is there anything else out there I can use instead of a blood pressure armband? „ Lance M., Milford, Del. Lance, yes, there are companies that make a blood pressure cu. It just wraps around your wrist, and you press a button to get a readout. Check online sites, or ask a medical retailer for details. „ Heloise Dear Heloise: Bugs are an important source of protein for birds. To encourage birds to nest in your yard, put up birdhouses. A feeder with some seeds and dried fruit also will be a magnet for birds. Place a birdbath in your ower bed and keep it lled with water. You'll not only have beautiful birdsongs, you'll reduce the amount of insects around your house. „ Ellen D., Portland, Ore.Don't let bad reviews delay your osteoporosis treatment Neighbor's trampoline is a risk for sun-loving reader Self-testing blood pressureHints from Heloise Dr. Roach Dear Abby

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Page 6 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 18, 2018 ARIES (March 21-April 19). Preferences dont automatically make a thing superior or inferior. A better t doesnt mean a thing is objectively a better item; its just a better item for the person it ts. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Stories have power, but only if they are believed. If they are told well, they often are believed whether or not they are true. Thats why its important to ask, Who stands to gain from this?Ž about every story you hear. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). This is the kind of day when just do itŽ applies best. If youre reasonably sure the action will benet all (or at least that it will harm none) go ahead. If you waste time explaining or asking permission, youll miss your chance. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Would you rather learn from experience or gain from experience? Its a trick question. To learn is to gain. And when you apply the learning, youll nd its worth more than gold. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Because you expect more of yourself than most people do, it sometimes feels like youre failing on a larger scale. But youre much further along than you would be had you not taken on such a big challenge. Cut yourself some slack. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). In theory, you can work on your inner life through meditation, reading, seless service and education. Would it surprise you if enjoyment, pleasure and self-interest also lead to mental improvement? LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). The helium of emotion is so weightless youre not even aware youre carrying it around with you. And yet, when you encounter those who need your compassion, you have plenty to give. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). There have been times in your life when you were unhappy but couldnt pinpoint the source. Today will bring the opposite experience. Where is this happiness coming from? Dont ask. Just go with it. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). The company you keep will not only aect the outcome of your projects today, it will also change you at your core. Supportive people will remind you to accept yourself. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). A change of venue can make a big dierence to your productivity. Maybe you cant cut out distractions, but being around a dierent set of them will work, too. Test this theory. Take your work on the road, or take it home. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You want to be welcoming and open, but then again, theres something to be said for making people work for it. Your attention is worth working for, after all, and they will today. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Youre not driven by other peoples opinions. Its your own story that drives you. You want that narrative to be great, and its greatness doesnt depend on the completion, only on your own ability to rise. TODAYS BIRTHDAY (May 18). Success is now. Its not something thats hanging from the trophies of the future; its a satisfaction that comes at the end of todays mile marker. Remember this and the solar return will bring you abundance beyond your childhood fantasies. The luckiest months nancially will be September and November. Libra and Sagittarius adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 30, 4, 41, 7 and 14. HOROSCOPE BLONDIE By Dean Young and John Marshall BORN LOSER By Art and Chip Sansom BABY BLUES By Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott MUTTS By Patrick McDonnell DOONSBURY By Garry Trudeau

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The Sun /Friday, May 18, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 7 PEANUTS By Charles Schulz CRANKSHAFT By Tom Batiuk & Chuck Ayers SHOE By Gary Brookins & Susie MacNelly ZITS By Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman GARFIELD By Jim Davis DILBERT By Scott Adams REX MORGAN By Terry Beatty MARY WORTH By Karen Moy and June Brigman NON SEQUITUR By Wiley FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Johnston BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker HI AND LOIS By Brian and Greg Walker HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Chris Browne THE WIZARD OF ID By Brant Parker and Johnny Hart B.C. By Mastroianni & Hart MOTHER GOOSE AND GRIMM By Mike Peters PICKLES By Brian Crane MALLARD FILLMORE By Bruce Tinsley

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Page 8 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 18, 2018 FROM PAGE ONE likely to amplify. House Speaker Paul Ryan, who has steadfastly supported the special counsel, seemed to change his tone a bit Thursday. I think he should be free to do his job, but I would like to see it get wrapped up, of course,Ž Ryan said of Mueller. I mean we want to see this thing come to its conclusion, but again Ive always said he should be free to “nish his job.Ž Mueller is investigating Russian interference in the election, whether Trumps campaign was involved and possible obstruction of justice. And by the standards of previous special counsel investigations, his actually has so far gone fairly quickly. Since he was appointed on May 17, 2017, Muellers of“ce has charged 19 people and three Russian companies. He has charged four Trump campaign advisers, including former national security adviser Michael Flynn and ex-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. The probe has also ensnared countless Washington insiders who have been called to testify or found themselves under scrutiny, including lobbyists and foreign representatives who may have illegally sought to in”uence the administration. Large corporations like AT&T and Novartis have been contacted by Mueller and caught up in an offshoot investigation into Trumps longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen. The companies acknowledged last week that they paid Cohen for insightŽ in the early days of the Trump administration. While Mueller himself still enjoys generally broad bipartisan support in Congress, particularly in the Senate, the secrecy of the investigation has created some anxiety about what is next. The American people are curious about what happened,Ž says Sen. John Kennedy, R-La. And everything so far that has supposedly come out about it has been speculation and conjecture and rumor „ and the truth is nobody really knows what Mr. Mueller and his team are thinking.Ž The presidents lawyers have rushed to “ll that vacuum, recently suggesting theyve been told Mueller wont indict Trump and couldnt force the president to comply with an interview. Personal attorney Rudy Giuliani suggested that a recent conversation with Muellers team led him to believe the special counsel, citing a Justice Department opinion, had ruled out the possibility of trying to indict a sitting president. Trump has seemed con“dent of that on Twitter, where he frequently throws barbs at the investigation „ a strategy that is increasingly resonating with many Republicans. On Thursday, he marked the anniversary by calling the probe a disgusting, illegal and unwarranted Witch Hunt.Ž But while he calls for an end to the investigation, Trumps own indecision over an interview remains the most visible impediment to a speedy conclusion of at least one key part. Mueller asked to interview the president months ago, but the Trump legal team has struggled to formally make a decision. The president has publicly said he wants to talk to Mueller, only to demur, citing his lawyers. Last week, Giuliani told The Associated Press the decision would be delayed at least another month until after a June 12 summit with North Korea. Giuliani said Mueller has indicated to the legal team that hes pretty much “nished,Ž with the exception of the presidents interview. As far as we know, were basically the last witness,Ž Giuliani said. Beyond that, the endgame remains unclear. A “nal report from Mueller could go to Congress „ a move that would become more signi“cant if Democrats win control in this years elections. Its unclear how much insight the Trump legal team has into Muellers timing. As in most major investigations, his of“ce does not leak, and his spokesmen decline to comment on nearly every news story. Mueller is barely even photographed „ forcing news outlets to run the same photos and videos over and over again, of Mueller heading to work. Instead, the few public glimpses into the special counsels work come from witnesses who are interviewed, attorneys and court “lings made in the publicly “led criminal cases. Its also unclear how important the issue is to voters back home. A December 2017 poll conducted by the AP and NORC at the University of Chicago found that the Russia investigation ranked at the bottom of issues important to most Americans, well behind topics like the economy, taxes and health care. Sol Wisenberg, who conducted grand jury questioning of President Bill Clinton as deputy independent counsel during the Whitewater investigation, said public perceptions of Muellers probe wax and wane, “ltered through the viewpoints of prosecution supporters and opponents. Muellers detractors would argue that the cases have largely involved false statement allegations divorced from the central Russian collusion question, Wisenberg said, while supporters will point to the indictments to prove the special counsel has uncovered criminal conduct deserving of his appointment. Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said Thursday on the Senate ”oor: I would say to the president its not a witch hunt when 17 Russians have been indicted; its not a witch hunt when some of the most senior members of the Trump campaign have been indicted.ŽPROBEFROM PAGE 1 hear the eruption either and wasnt aware anything happened. Later in the morning, he picked up four travelers for a tour and headed toward the volcano with the hopes of seeing some action.Ž But it was raining too hard for them to see much. The only sign of the eruption he encountered was ash covering the back bumper of his truck. Residents as far away as Hilo, about 30 miles from Kilauea, were starting to notice the volcanos effects. Puaena Ahn, who lives in Hilo, complained about having labored breathing, itchy, watery eyes and some skin irritation from airborne ash. The National Weather Service issued an ash advisory and then extended it through early evening, and county of“cials distributed ash masks to area residents. Several schools closed because of the risk of elevated levels of sulfur dioxide, a volcanic gas. The immediate risk health risk comes from ash particles in the air, said Dr. Josh Green, a state senator who represents part of the Big Island. Anyone with respiratory dif“culties, such as asthma or emphysema, should limit exposure to the ash, Green said. People need to stay inside until the winds shift and the ash has settled,Ž he said. Extended exposure to sulfur dioxide can increase risk of bronchitis and upper respiratory infections in the long run, according to “ndings of a study Green worked on with other experts published in 2010 in the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health. The Federal Aviation Administration extended a restriction on aircraft from entering the airspace up to 30,000 feet above Kilaueas summit. The earlier limit was up to 10,000 feet. The prohibition applies to a 5-mile radius around the crater. Thursdays eruption did not affect the Big Islands two largest airports in Hilo and in Kailua-Kona. The crater spewing ash sits within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, which has been closed since May 11 as a safety precaution over risks of a violent eruption. Scientists warned May 9 that a drop in the lava lake at the summit might create conditions for a large explosion. Geologists predicted such a blast would mostly release trapped steam from ”ash-heated groundwater. Kilauea, one of the worlds most active volcanoes, has been erupting continuously since 1983. Its among the “ve volcanoes that form the Big Island, and its the only one actively erupting. An eruption in 1924 killed one person and sent rocks, ash and dust into the air for 17 days. Scientists cannot say why the eruption is happening now, given that Kilauea has been active for 35 years. Theres so many variables. Its complicated, like a bad Facebook relationship status,Ž said volcanologist Janine Krippner of Concord University in West Virginia. Something will eventually change, like it has over and over and over again.Ž Robert Hughes owns the Aloha Junction Bed and Breakfast, about a mile and a half from the crater. He said he didnt hear anything and has yet to spot ash. His business has been hit hard by fears of the volcano, a major attraction for visitors. Hes lost hundreds of reservations and had just three guests Thursday instead of the 12 to 14 he typically serves. In the old days, people used to love to come see the volcano. Theyd even take their little postcards, burn one corner in the lava ”ow, mail them off, stuff like that,Ž he said. Now theyre acting like its all super-dangerous and everything, but it just kind of oozes out.ŽVOLCANOFROM PAGE 1headquarters and abroad. Supporters cited Haspels 33-year career at the agency. Former top intelligence of“cials said she earned the chance to take the helm of the intelligence agency. But Haspels nomination was contentious because of her role in a former CIA program to brutally detain and interrogate terror suspects at covert sites abroad following Sept. 11. Her opponents said it wasnt right to promote someone who supervised a black site in Thailand. They said the U.S. needs to close the book forever on the program that marred Americas image with allies abroad. Several senators said Haspel was not forthcoming in answering questions about her role in the torture program or the CIAs decision to destroy videotaped evidence of the sessions. They also had questions about her rejection of the now-banned techniques. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., said in a ”oor speech that Haspel offered up almost the classic Washington nonapology.Ž He asked how the Senate could take seriously Haspels conversion on torture.Ž Some Trump-state Democrats, though, including Sen. Doug Jones of Alabama, opposed the nominee. He said this week that its just hard to get overŽ the torture issue. A protester in the Senate visitor gallery brie”y disrupted speeches ahead of the vote with shouts against the CIA. Haspel, 61, is a native of Kentucky but grew up around the world as the daughter of an Air Force serviceman. She worked undercover for nearly all her three decades at the CIA in Africa, Europe and classi“ed locations around the globe. Haspel, who learned Turkish and Russian, was tapped as deputy director of the CIA last year. She worked under former CIA director Mike Pompeo until President Donald Trump moved him to secretary of state. She has been serving as acting director.CIAFROM PAGE 1because their leaders were barred from running, and legions of their supporters wont vote after joining an unprecedented wave of 1 million Venezuelans that have ”ed the country in recent years. Maduros main challenger, Henri Falcon, has drawn tiny crowds and scant media coverage in his crisscrossing of the country. Even those favoring abstention are struggling to ignite a spark. Only a few hundred hard-line opposition activists showed up Wednesday for a march to the of“ces of the Organization of American States to denounce the fraudulentŽ election. That was a pale comparison to the masses that took to the streets a year ago attempting to force Maduro from of“ce during months of demonstrations that resulted in more than 130 deaths, many at the hands of security forces. Indeed, other than Maduro, who has drawn larger crowds of state employees and bene“ciaries of government social programs, the biggest turnout has been for longshot candidate Javier Bertucci, a TV evangelist who appeals to voters stomachs by serving free soup at his rallies. Some polls say voters favor Falcon, a former acolyte of Chavez. But many believe he doesnt stand a chance against well-oiled government machinery that will ensure Maduros re-election to a second six-year term. The election is playing out as the in”ation rate doubles every 35 days and is running near 14,000 percent on an annual basis, according to estimates by the opposition-controlled National Assembly.CRISISFROM PAGE 1 U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY/HVO VIA APThis Thursday, image provided by the U.S. Geological Survey shows a view of the ash plume resulting from an early morning explosion at Kilauea Volcano, in Hawaii. adno=50534783

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Friday, May 18, 2018 SPORTS www.yoursun.com www.Facebook.com/SuncoastSports € @SunCoastSportsINDEX | Lottery 2 | Colleges 2 | Golf 3 | Tennis 6 | Pro Baseball 4 | Scoreboard 5 | Auto Racing 5 | NFL 2 | NBA 5NFL: Bucs Hargreaves has starting CB job for nowRick StroudTampa Bay TimesIt's Vernon Hargreaves' job to lose. He will begin the off-season as the Bucs starting right cornerback and move to the slot when the team goes to five defensive backs in their nickel package. "We told everybody that we want everybody to come in with the mindset that they're going to be the starter at their position,'' defensive coordinator Mike Smith. "Vernon's position is corner and nickel. Corner in base coverage and nickel in our sub package. And we want these guys to go out and compete. We don't care where they were drafted, how much they get paid. We're going to put the best 11 guys out there on every snap. "But in terms of Vernon specifically, Vernon is competing to be the starting corner in base and probably would be the guy we move in because I think he's got a better skill set in the nickel position in our sub package.'' Entering his third season, Hargreaves hasn't lived up to expectations as the No. 11 pick in the 2016 NFL draft. The former Florida and Wharton High School star has only one interception, which came during his rookie season. Last year, he struggled early at right cornerback and moved inside to the slot before suffering a hamstring injury that landed him on injured reserve. You don't use a first round pick on a defensive back that you believe won't start the game and can only help you in the nickel defensive package. That doesn't begin to address the video posted on Instagram in March which appears to show NFL: Bucs Commentary MONICA HERNDON | TIMESJameis Winston's completion percentage, yards per attempt and passer rating imp roved last season. Thomas BassingerTampa Bay TimesTo the casual observer, Jameis Winston had a disappointing 2017 season. He missed three games because of a shoulder injury, and in the games he did play in, the Buccaneers had a 3-10 record. Did Winston regress? No. In fact, he might have been the NFL's most underrated quarterback, according to Chase Stuart of Football Perspective. No one threw downfield like Winston last season. On average, his passes traveled farther than any other quarterback's. His production on deep passes (passes targeted 20 or more yards downfield) wasn't bad, but it wasn't great, either. He completed a third of such passes for nine touchdowns and four interceptions, according to Pro Football Focus. His 85.5 passer rating ranked 12th among qualifying starters. Some of Winston's defenders have argued that for him to be more successful, coach Dirk Koetter needs to get more creative with his offense. More in-breaking and timing routes, fewer home-run shots. Maybe, though, the best approach is for Winston to continue throwing long passes, at least if the Bucs are interested in having him help the team. As Stuart points out, Winston picked up a first down on 40.7 percent of his passes, the highest rate in the league. Ahead of Tom Brady. Ahead of Philip Rivers. Ahead of Matt Ryan. Winston was particularly effective on third down. Almost half of his passes resulted in a first down. On first down, 38.8 percent of his passes resulted in a first down. On second down, 41.1 percent of his passes resulted in a first down. The Bucs didn't stumble to a 5-11 finish last season because of Winston and the passing game, Stuart says. He blames "the worst defense in the NFL, terrible special teams and an ineffective running game." Hard to argue with him when Tampa Bay lost both of the games in which Winston posted a passer rating of at least 130. Everyone else, by the way, went 28-3 in such games. The lesson: Beware of evaluating a quarterback solely on his win-loss record. "Winston is 24 (he'll be 25 in January), so there's still time for him to improve," Stuart says. "But the writing is on the wall for him to have a much better record in 2018." LOREN ELLIOTT | TIMES Buccaneers cornerback Vernon Hargreaves (28) stretches before a preseason game between the Redskins and Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa on Aug. 31, 2017.Jameis Winston: Most underrated QB of 2017? By WAYNE PARRYAssociated PressATLANTIC CITY, N.J. „ The anticipation of legal sports gambling throughout the United States has prompted a flurry of deals among gambling and technology firms who want a foothold in a market worth billions. Casinos, race tracks, daily fantasy sports companies and others are itching to offer bets in person and online after the Supreme Court ruled Monday that states could begin allowing wagers. Thats led companies all over the world to seek ways to team up. Some casinos need mobile apps or someone to set lines and run sports books that operate much differently than slot machines and table games. Many tech firms, daily fantasy sports companies and others need gambling licenses and experience with significant regulation. Other companies that handle data security and payment processing are also joining the fray. The industry is preparing for most of the betting to happen on smartphones, just like in Europe. That would also be new for most U.S. states, as internet gambling has been limited to just three states in recent years. This is a multibilliondollar industry that has been operating in darkness and can now be brought into the light with legalization and regulation,Ž said Richard SPORTS BETTINGGambling, tech “ rms scramble for footing SEE BUCS, 2By Schuyler DixonThe Associated PressDALLAS „ Marc Leishman shot a 10-under 61 on the new links-style Trinity Forest course to take the first-round lead Thursday in the AT&T Byron Nelson. Jordan Spieth was eight shots back in his hometown event, which returned to Dallas after 35 years at the TPC Four Seasons in suburban Irving. Defending champion Billy Horschel shot 68. Leishman opened with an eagle, started the back nine with three straight birdies and reached 9 under with another eagle at the 14th. The 34-year-old Australian, a three-time PGA Tour winner, had chances to go lower but settled for a 10-foot birdie putt at the par-3 17th for the lowest round of his PGA Tour career. He was a stroke shy of the Nelson record. J.J. Spaun and Texan Jimmy Walker shot 64. Spaun had six birdies in a span of seven holes for a 30 on his second nine „ the front nine on the undulating layout with no trees or water hazards a few miles south of downtown Dallas.LPGA TOUR: Annie Park turned a blistering stretch on the back nine into a mistakefree 6-under 65 and a share of the “ rst-round lead on a crowded leaderboard Thursday at the Kingsmill Championship. Jessica Korda, Azahara MunX oz, In Gee Chun and Jaye Marie Green also shot 65. Park, Korda and Munoz played morning rounds in mild conditions, while Chun and Green played in rain that is expected to also be a factor Friday and Saturday on the resorts already-soggy River Course. Park, playing in just her third tour event of the season and seeking her “ rst career victory, was 2 under when she hit the ” ag and birdied the par 4 14th hole. She then nearly holed her second shot on the par-5 15th after hitting an OK 3-woodŽ that left her with a short eagle putt, and also birdied the par-4 16th. GOLF: AT&T Byron NelsonLeishman shoots 61 in debut of new course at Byron NelsonSEE BETTING, 2 SEE GOLF, 3 TICKLE ME, FLEURYGoalie Marc-Andre Fleury tickled a Jets players ear during a scrum behind Vegas net during the Golden Knights 4-2 victory over Winnipeg on Wednesday. Page 2

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According to Hoke, Hargreaves knows this could be a make or break year. He says Hargreaves is serious about his craft and expects a bounce back season. "He's got to play better, we've got to coach him better,'' Hoke said. "He knows it. We all know it. "If you were in the meeting room, you'd know it j ust hasn't transcended to the game field. He's been up and down, too. I think we moved him to nickel versus Buffalo and he played really well inside. Then we had an injury so he had to move back outside versus Carolina. He played really well outside versus Carolina. He's just got to continue to focus on being consistent in what he does. That's a big, big part of it.''BUCSFrom Page 1 LAS VEGAS „ MarcAndre Fleury gave Blake Wheeler quite an earful. During a scrum behind Vegas net with 2:34 left in the second period of the Golden Knights 4-2 victory over Winnipeg on Wednesday night, Fleury reached over with his left hand and tickled the left ear of the Jets unsuspecting Blake Wheeler I did that?Ž said a playful Fleury, who also made 33 saves in the win. Theres cameras everywhere.Ž There sure are „ and video of the ear tickle quickly became a big hit on social media. I was just sitting there and people, they were fighting,Ž Fleury said, and (I was) trying to have a little smile by myself. That was it.Ž Wheeler, whose helmet was off and had his back to the goalie, somehow seemed unfazed by the, well, earyŽ feeling. The Jets forward, who was draped over the back of the net, didnt even turn to look behind him to see who was responsible for the tickle as he continued yapping at Vegas players while getting himself back onto his skates. The Golden Knights lead the Western Conference final series 2-1, and host Game 4 on Friday night. Oh, and Wheeler might want to keep his ears clear of Fleurys frolicking fingers. Tickle Me, Fleury: Goalie tickles players ear By RALPH D. RUSSOAssociated PressThe NCAA is opening a door for states with legalized sports gambling to host NCAA championship events and officials in Nevada are already set to get in the game as soon as they can. The governing body for college sports on Thursday announced a temporaryŽ lifting of a ban that prevented events like college basketballs NCAA Tournament from being hosted in states that accept wagers on single games. The move comes three days after the Supreme Court overturned a federal law that barred most states from allowing gambling on professional and college sporting events. On Monday we contacted the Mountain West Conference, our NCAA colleagues, we also spoke with our local and regional leaders. Its our intent to present competitive bids for national events, and we want to be aggressive in that space,Ž UNLV athletic director Desiree ReedFrancois said. We know that Las Vegas as a community, we have a proven track record of success in hosting large scale events.Ž NCAA President Mark Emmert said the board of governors will consider permanently revising its policy at future meetings. But the NCAA said it will not change its rules that prohibit gambling on sports by athletes and all athletic department employees, including coaches. Emmert also is calling for federal regulations of sports gambling, joining the NFL, NBA and other leagues. Our highest priorities in any conversation about sports wagering are maintaining the integrity of competition and student-athlete wellbeing,Ž Emmert said in a statement.NCAA opens door to championships in states with legalized sports bets By GREG BEACHAMAPAssociated PressAfter Bill Foley agreed to pay a whopping $500 million for the right to put a hockey team in the middle of the Mojave Desert, the NHL decided his Vegas Golden Knights deserved a chance for a swift return on that investment. If the other NHL owners had known just how huge Foleys reward would be „ and how incredibly quickly he would get it „ they probably wouldnt have been quite so nice to the new guy. Its too late now, though. After reaping a bonanza from one of the most generous expansion drafts in sports history, the Golden Knights are two victories away from an unbelievable Stanley Cup Final berth. A brand-new team in a league that has been around for 101 years already has a Pacific Division title, two playoff series victories and a 2-1 lead on the Winnipeg Jets in the Western Conference finals. I dont think anybody saw us here,Ž Vegas goalie Marc-Andre Fleury said. Fleury and the other players accomplishing this feat refer to themselves as the Golden Misfits, yet few of Vegas expansion draft selections were truly undesired by the clubs that lost them 11 months ago. Instead, general manager George McPhee took full advantage of his opportunities to compile an uncommonly talented roster, and coach Gerard Gallant turned that roster into a brilliant team in shockingly swift fashion. But it all started with the draft that allowed McPhee to build this monster in less than a year. It had a big impact,Ž McPhee acknowledged. The (expansion draft) rules were favorable. Gave us something to work with, and gave this team an opportunity to be a good team.ŽVegas playo run built from expansion draft Schwartz, president of Rush Street Interactive, which operates SugarHouse Online Casino, a gambling site for New Jersey residents that offers slots and table games. Churchill Downs, the race track that runs the Kentucky Derby, said Wednesday it inked deals with a tech company for its platform and the Golden Nugget casino in Atlantic City for its license in New Jersey. It bought Presque Isle Downs & Casino in Pennsylvania in March and owns two casinos in Mississippi, with plans to offer sports betting in all three states. Dublin-based gambling firm Paddy Power Betfair has an online casino in New Jersey but is considering merging its U.S. business with FanDuel, the popular daily fantasy sports company, in a deal with clear upside for both sides. Betfair would gain a well-known American brand with millions of customers built on technology that could be used for sports betting. FanDuel, meanwhile, would need expertise on complex regulation if it hopes to gain a casino license, a move that most fantasy sports companies tried for years to avoid by arguing that fantasy sports doesnt amount to gambling. BETTINGFrom Page 1 By HOWARD FENDRICHAssociated PressWASHINGTON „ Alex Killorn scored the tiebreaker with about 8 minutes left, Andrei Vasilevskiy made 36 saves, and the Tampa Bay Lightning weathered the equivalent of more than a period without a shot on goal to edge the Washington Capitals 4-2 on Thursday night, evening the Eastern Conference final at two games apiece. Killorn was left pretty much alone during a defensive breakdown by Washington and scored 6 seconds after a Tampa Bay power play expired, putting in a pass from Ondrej Palat. Steven Stamkos and Brayden Point scored Tampa Bays first two goals, and Anthony Cirelli added an empty-netter with a second left. Washingtons goals came from Evgeny Kuznetsov „ off an assist by Alex Ovechkin „ and defenseman Dmitry Orlov. The Lightning host Game 5 on Saturday night, with Game 6 back in Washington on Monday. The road team has won every game in the series so far. The Capitals, who eliminated the two-time reigning Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins in the second round, fell to 3-5 overall at home during these playoffs „ and even got booed late in the first period, which ended with the Lightning ahead 2-1. The Lightning won Game 4 despite going nearly 21 full minutes of game time „ the last 10:41 of the first period, followed by the initial 10:11 of the second „ without putting a single official shot on net. And they won even though the Capitals finally got back center Nicklas Backstrom, who was third on the team in points this season behind Ovechkin and Kuznetsov. Backstro m had missed four games in a row with an injured right hand. One key: Vasilevskiy played just like the Vezina Trophy finalist he is. He was spectacular at times, including stops against Chandler Stephenson on a breakaway and Backstrom from the doorstep in the second period. NHL: Playoffs Lightning top Caps 4-2 AP PHOTOTampa Bay Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy (88) stops a shot by Washington Capitals left wing Jakub Vrana (13) during the second period of Game 4 of the NHL Eastern Conference finals series Thursday in Washington.

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Munoz had seven birdies and one bogey, and Korda and Chun were bogey-free. Green had seven birdies and bogeyed No. 18. Munoz earned her only tour win in 2012, and settled in after starting with a bogey. She also chipped in for her “ nal birdie after missing the green to the left on the par-4 eighth hole. PGA CHAMPIONS TOUR: Miguel Angel Jimenez matched the course record with an 8-under 64 on Thursday to take the “ rst-round lead in the Regions Tradition, the “ rst of the PGA Tour Champions “ ve major championships. Jimenez birdied the “ rst four holes and broke the front-nine record at 6-under 30 at Greystone Golf & Country Club. The Spaniard took the outright lead with a short birdie putt on No. 13 after a rain delay of 1 hour, 17 minutes. Jimenez tied the course record set b y Kenn y Perr y in the “ rst round in 2016 and matched by Bernhard Langer in the “ nal round a year ago. Jimenez also opened with a 64 in the Chubb Classic before “ nishing ninth. Gene Sauers, Wes Short Jr., Jerry Kelly and Joe Durant were second at 66. Two-time defending champion Langer closed with a birdie for a 70. He has a record 10 senior major titles and is trying to become the “ rst to win the Tradition three straight years since it began in 1989. The Sun / Friday, May 18, 2018 www.yoursun.com SP Page 3GOLFFrom Page 1The Associated PressWILLIAMSBURG, Va. „ Annie Park turned a blistering stretch on the back nine into a mistakefree 6-under 65 and a share of the first-round lead on a crowded leaderboard Thursday at the Kingsmill Championship. Jessica Korda, Azahara Munoz, In Gee Chun and Jaye Marie Green also shot 65. Park, Korda and Munoz played morning rounds in mild conditions, while Chun and Green played in rain that is expected to also be a factor Friday and Saturday on the resorts alreadysoggy River Course. Park, playing in just her third tour event of the season and seeking her first career victory, was 2 under when she hit the flag and birdied the par 4 14th hole. She then nearly holed her second shot on the par-5 15th after hitting an OK 3-woodŽ that left her with a short eagle putt, and also birdied the par-4 16th. Overall, I had a great day,Ž she said. I hit some good shots. Lucky enough, I had some short birdie putts, short eagle putt, and that helps.Ž Munoz had seven birdies and one bogey, and Korda and Chun were bogey-free. Green had seven birdies and bogeyed No. 18. Munoz earned her only tour win in 2012, and settled in after starting with a bogey. I hit so many good shots,Ž she said. Gave myself a lot of opportunities. Made some really nice putts.Ž She also chipped in for her final birdie after missing the green to the left on the par-4 eighth hole. I made a really nice chip. It was a bit too firm, but it was really nice,Ž she said. Korda, the winner of the Honda LPGA Thailand in February in her return from reconstructive jaw surgery, is making just her seventh start of the season and has finished in the top 10 in four of them. She had three birdies on each nine, including the par-4 18th. Korda is one of 11 winners on tour this season, and no one has won more than once. The past few weeks, shes been finetuning her game to be ready for the Womens U.S. Open at the end of the month in Alabama. My transition hasnt been great. A lot of people have asked me why I was hitting it so short in (San Francisco), and I was just trying to hit it into the fairway because I just wasnt feeling great over the ball,Ž she said. So just trying to tighten up some things before the U.S. Open comes around. Hopefully just keeps going the way that it is.Ž Chun is making just her seventh start of the season, and Green has missed four of eight cuts. Nasa Hataoka and 2016 winner Ariya Jutanugarn were one back. Hataokas bogey-free round included an ace at the par-3 17th. It was her first as a professional. There were nine more at 67, including 2015 champion Minjee Lee. Cristie Kerr, whose three victories make her the only multiple winner at Kingsmill, opened with a 71, and defending champion Lexi Thompson, who set a tournament record last year at 20-under 264, was in a tie for 49th with Michelle Wie and numerous others after a 70.GOLF: LPGA5 share lead following opening 65s at KingsmillAP PHOTOLexi Thompson reacts after missing a putt on the fourth hole during the first round of the LPGA Tours Kingsmill Championship golf tournament Thursday in Williamsburg, Va. THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE U.S. FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE OR PREVENT ANY DISEASE. RESULTS NOT TYPICAL. A New Sex Pill Takes the Spotlight as the Viagra Patent is About to ExpireA patented pill costing less than $1 a dose stands to help millions of men with failing sex lives; no prescription will be requiredBy Ray Wilson Associated Health Press AHP Š A new sex pill is set to take the spotlight with the Viagra patent about to expire. But unlike the former, it wont require a prescription and is priced just under a $1 a dose. The new pill called Vesele is part of a new class of performance enhancers for men, which work instantaneously on the body and mind triggering arousal and “rmer, harder erections. Formulated with a special compound known as an acceleratorŽ, Vesele can transport its active ingredients faster and more ef“ciently into the blood stream, where it begins to work its magic. The patented ingredient blend initiates a process known as vasodilation, which causes arteries and vessels throughout the body to expand. This allows blood to ”ow directly to penis and genitals, resulting in harder erections which last longer. Cialis and Viagra are based around a simlilar concept. But what makes Vesele so remarkable, and what these other sex pills cant do, is that also directs a small portion of this blood ”ow to the brain, which creates feelings of intense arousal. In laymens terms, users become incredibly excited and turned on. This is why the makers of Vesele say their pill has worked so effectively in clinical trials. It stimulates the two most important organs for great sex, the penis and the brain.The Brain Erection ConnectionUntil now, medical researchers did not fully understand the brainerection connection. It has now been made clear with Vesele When both are supplied with a constant blood ”ow, men are harder and “rmer for longer...and have unbelievable sex drives. Most of the research and treatment methods for mens sexual failures have focused on physiological factors and have neglected the emotional ones. For the leading sex drugs to work, like Cialis and Viagra, you need visual stimulationŽ explains Dr. Henry Esber, the creator of Vesele And although they work for some men, the majority experience absolutely no ful“llment during sex. According to research published by the National Institute of Health, 50% of men taking these drugs stop responding or cant tolerate their side effects... and on top of that they spend $50 per pill and it doesnt even work half the time. This is what makes Vesele so different and effective. It ”oods the blood stream with key ingredients which cause arteries all over the body to expand. The patented accelerator speeds up this process even more. The result is a rush of blood ”ow to the penis and brain, helping to create an impressive erection and a surging desire for sex. Often, this is all men need to get going. And when taken regularly, many men say they are energized and aroused all day.ŽGreat Sex At Any AgeWith the conclusion of their latest human clinical use survey trial, Dr. Esber and his team are now offering Vesele in the US. And regardless of the market, its sales are exploding. Men across the country are eager to get their hands on the new pill and according to the research, they should be. In the trial above, as compared to baseline, men taking Vesele saw a staggering 85% improvement in erection hardness over a fourmonth period. Their erections also lasted twice as long. These same men also experienced an astounding 82% increase in the desire for sex (libido/sex drive) and an even greater imp rovement in overall satisfaction and ability to satisfy their partners. Many men taking Vesele described feeling horny and aroused through the day. The anticipation before sex was amazing. They were also easily turned on. Their moods were more upbeat and positive, too.Faster Absorption into the Blood StreamVesele is made up of three specialized ingredients: two clinical strength vasodilators and a patented absorption enhancer often called an accelerator. According to an enormous amount of clinical data, each is very safe. Research shows that with age, many men lose their desire and interest in sex. They also struggle to produce an erection “rm enough for penetration. And although there are many theories as to why this happens (including a loss in testosterone) one thing is certain, inadequate blood ”ow is virtually al ways to blame. Thats why sex drug manufacturers focus on blood ”ow, it makes your erection hard. But whats more surprising, and what these manufacturers have failed to consider, is that lack of blood ”ow can also kill your sex drive. Thats because blood supplies energy for the brain. This energy is required for creating brai nwaves that cause excitability and arousal. Studies show the Vesele stimulates the entire cardiovascular system, including the arteries that lead to both the brain and penis. The extreme concentration of the ingredients combined with the accelerator ensures that this process starts quickly. The sexual bene“ts of Vesele are also multiplied as its ingredients build up in the system over time. This is why many men take it every single day. Recent Studies Show Positive Effects on WomenIn the same study referenced throughout, Vesele was also shown to have an amazing (and somewhat surprising) effect on women too. Thats because the same arteries and vessels that carry blood and oxygen to the brain and genitals are the same in men and women. In our most recent study, women taking Vesele saw a stunning 52% imp rovement in arousal and sex drive. Perhaps more impressive, they also experienced a 57% imp rovement in lubrication. You can imagine why some couples are taking Vesele together. Everything feels better. Everything works better. Everyone performs better. Its truly amazing.Ž A New Frontier of Non-Prescription Sex PillsWith daily use, Vesele is helping men (and women) restore failing sex lives and overcome sexual lets downs without side effect or expense. Through a patented absorption enhancer, the Vesele formula hits the bloodstream quickly, resulting in phenomenal improvements in erection “rmness and hardness. By boosting blood ”ow to the brain, users also experience sexual urges and arousal they often havent felt in years. Where to Find VeseleThis is the of“cial release of Vesele in Florida. As such, the company is offering a special discounted supply to any memory loss sufferer who calls within the next 48 hours. A special hotline number and discounted pricing has been created for all Florida residents. Discounts will be available starting today at 6:00AM and will automatically be applied to all callers. Your Toll-Free Hotline number is 1-800-769-0396 and will only be open for the next 48 hours. Only a limited discounted supply of Vesele is currently available in your region. Expiring Patent Opens the Door to a New Sex Pill: Vesele is a new pill that cost just $1 a dose does not require a prescription. It works on both body and mind to increase arousal and erection hardness. adno=50537072Advertisement AdvertisementAdvertisementThe Associated PressZANESVILLE, Ohio „ A 93-year-old Ohio man wrapped up his nearly seven decades of golfing with his first hole-in-one. Ben Bender told The Zanesville Times Recorder the Lord knewŽ this was his last round and gave him a hole-in-one. Bender aced the 152-yard third hole last month at Green Valley Golf Course in Zanesville with a 5-wood. He says he was in awe watching it, but then his hip started bothering him, forcing him to stop after a few more holes. He headed to the clubhouse, bringing his golfing career to a memorable end. Bender says he began playing when he was 28, whittling his handicap down to a 3 at one point. He says he hates giving up the game, but knows he cant play forever.GOLF First hole-in-one in 65 years of gol“ ng for 93-year-old AP PHOTOKeith Mitchell hits from the first tee off Thursday during the first round of the AT&T Byron Nelson golf tournament at Trinity Forest in Dallas.

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Page 4 SP www.yoursun.com Friday, May 18, 2018 / The SunAMERICAN LEAGUENATIONAL LEAGUEEAST DIVISION TEAM W L PCT. GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY New York 28 12 .700 „ „ 8-2 W-2 18-7 10-5 Boston 30 14 .682 „ „ 5-5 W-2 13-6 17-8 Toronto 22 21 .512 7 3 4-6 W-1 11-11 11-10 Tampa Bay 19 22 .463 9 5 4-6 W-3 8-10 11-12 Baltimore 13 30 .302 16 12 5-5 L-2 10-13 3-17 CENTRAL DIVISION TEAM W L PCT GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Cleveland 21 21 .500 „ „ 4-6 W-1 13-9 8-12 Minnesota 18 21 .462 1 5 6-4 L-1 8-9 10-12 Detroit 19 23 .452 2 5 5-5 L-1 12-10 7-13 Kansas City 13 30 .302 8 12 3-7 L-5 6-16 7-14 Chicago 10 29 .256 9 13 1-9 L-2 3-15 7-14 WEST DIVISION TEAM W L PCT GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Houston 28 17 .622 „ „ 7-3 W-2 12-10 16-7 Los Angeles 25 18 .581 2 „ 5-5 L-2 11-14 14-4 Seattle 24 18 .571 2 5-5 L-1 9-9 15-9 Oakland 21 22 .488 6 4 4-6 L-1 11-9 10-13 Texas 17 27 .386 10 8 4-6 W-1 7-16 10-11 EAST DIVISION TEAM W L PCT. GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Atlanta 26 16 .619 „ „ 7-3 W-1 9-8 17-8 Philadelphia 24 16 .600 1 „ 7-3 W-2 16-6 8-10 Washington 24 18 .571 2 1 7-2 W-4 10-10 14-8 New York 20 19 .513 4 3 3-7 L-1 8-11 12-8 Miami 16 27 .372 10 9 3-7 L-1 10-15 6-12 CENTRAL DIVISION TEAM W L PCT. GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Pittsburgh 26 17 .605 „ „ 8-2 W-3 15-6 11-11 Milwaukee 26 18 .591 „ 6-4 W-1 10-9 16-9 St. Louis 23 17 .575 1 1 5-5 W-1 12-7 11-10 Chicago 22 18 .550 2 2 6-4 L-1 13-8 9-10 Cincinnati 15 29 .341 11 11 7-3 W-1 6-15 9-14 WEST DIVISION TEAM W L PCT. GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Arizona 25 18 .581 „ „ 3-7 L-1 14-12 11-6 Colorado 23 20 .535 2 2 5-5 L-1 7-11 16-9 San Francisco 22 22 .500 3 4 3-7 L-1 12-8 10-14 Los Angeles 17 26 .395 8 8 2-8 W-1 8-13 9-13 San Diego 17 28 .378 9 9 4-6 L-1 11-18 6-10 MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALLDODGERS 7, MARLINS 0LOS ANGELES AB R H BI BB SO AVG. T aylor ss 4 2 2 0 1 1 .246 Barnes c 3 2 0 0 2 0 .209 T urner 3b 4 1 3 5 0 1 .462 Muncy 3b 1 0 0 0 0 0 .233 Kemp lf 4 0 3 1 0 0 .318 Pederson lf 1 0 0 0 0 0 .232 Hernandez cf 5 0 0 0 0 1 .206 Bellinger 1b 3 0 0 0 2 0 .265 Forsythe 2b 5 0 0 0 0 2 .145 Puig rf 3 2 2 1 2 1 .214 Maeda p 3 0 0 0 0 1 .133 J ansen p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --T OTALS 36 7 10 7 7 7 MIAMI AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Prado 3b 2 0 0 0 0 1 .167 S huck rf 2 0 1 0 0 0 .233 Castro 2b 2 0 0 0 0 1 .296 Maybin lf 2 0 1 0 0 0 .232 Bour 1b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .238 A nderson rf-3b 4 0 0 0 0 3 .268 Dietrich lf-2b 3 0 1 0 0 0 .248 Rojas ss 3 0 0 0 0 2 .253 Brinson cf 3 0 0 0 0 1 .168 Holaday c 3 0 0 0 0 0 .163 S mith p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 a-Rivera ph 1 0 1 0 0 0 .171 T azawa p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Cloyd p 1 0 0 0 0 1 .000 b-Realmuto ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .313 T OTALS 31 0 4 0 0 11 LOS ANGELES 004 300 000„7 10 0 MIAMI 000 000 000„0 4 0 a-singled for Smith in the 3rd. b-struck out f or Cloyd in the 9th. LOB„Los Angeles 10, Miami 4. 2B„Turner 2 (2), Kemp 2 (9), Dietrich (7). HR„Puig (3), off Tazawa. RBIs„Turner 5 (5), Kemp (18), Puig (10). S„Maeda. Runners left in scoring position„Los A ngeles 4 (Hernandez 3, Bellinger); Miami 2 (Anderson, Brinson). RISP„Los Angeles 4 f or 8; Miami 0 for 4. LOS ANGELES IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Maeda, W, 3-3 8 2 0 0 0 8 96 3.89 J ansen 1 2 0 0 0 3 24 3.57 MIAMI IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA S mith, L, 2-5 3 2 4 4 4 4 77 4.22 T azawa 1 4 3 3 1 2 32 9.00 Cloyd 5 4 0 0 2 1 83 10.80 PB„Holaday (1). Umpires„Home, Jansen Visconti; First, Vic Carapazza; Second, Jerry Layne; Third, Greg Gibson. T „3:06. A„13,820 (36,742).RED SOX 6, ORIOLES 2BALTIMORE AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Mancini lf 4 0 0 0 0 1 .264 J ones cf 4 0 0 0 0 0 .253 Machado ss 4 1 1 2 0 1 .339 S choop 2b 4 0 1 0 0 0 .240 Davis 1b 3 0 0 0 0 2 .169 T rumbo dh 3 0 0 0 0 2 .288 V alencia 3b 3 0 2 0 0 0 .280 Rickard rf 3 0 0 0 0 1 .308 S usac c 3 1 1 0 0 1 .333 T OTALS 31 2 5 2 0 8 BOSTON AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Betts rf 4 2 3 0 1 0 .364 Benintendi lf 2 0 0 1 1 1 .269 Ramirez 1b 4 1 2 0 0 0 .287 Martinez dh 3 1 1 2 0 1 .344 a-Swihart ph-dh 1 0 0 0 0 0 .133 Bogaerts ss 4 1 2 3 0 1 .313 Devers 3b 3 0 0 0 1 0 .241 Holt 2b 4 0 0 0 0 2 .308 Leon c 4 0 2 0 0 1 .196 Bradley Jr. cf 3 1 0 0 1 1 .167 T OTALS 32 6 10 6 4 7 BALTIMORE 000 000 002„2 5 0 BOSTON 200 040 00X„6 10 0 a-grounded out for Martinez in the 7th. LOB„Baltimore 2, Boston 7. 2B„Susac (1). HR„Machado (14), off Price; Martinez (13), off Gausman; Bogaerts (6), off Gausman. RBIs„Machado 2 (40), Benintendi (23), Martinez 2 (38), Bogaerts 3 (24). SB„ Betts 3 (11), Ramirez (4), Bradley Jr. (4). S F„Benintendi. Runners left in scoring position„Boston 3 (Ramirez 2, Holt). RISP„Baltimore 1 for 3; Boston 4 for 8. GIDP„Martinez. DP„Baltimore 1 (Machado, Schoop, Davis). BALTIMORE IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Gausman, L, 3-3 4.2 8 6 6 2 6 101 3.88 Hart 1 1 0 0 0 0 12 1.93 Castro 1.1 0 0 0 2 1 25 3.38 A raujo 1 1 0 0 0 0 15 6.55 BOSTON IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Price, W, 4-4 9 5 2 2 0 8 95 4.38 Inherited runners-scored„Castro 1-0. WP„Gausman. Umpires„Home, Tony Randazzo; First, Lance Barrett; Second, Bill Welke; Third, Nic Lentz. T „2:44. A„36,615 (37,731).PIRATES 5, PADRES 4 S AN DIEGO AB R H BI BB SO AVG. J ankowski rf 4 1 1 1 1 3 .360 Hosmer 1b 4 0 1 3 0 0 .269 Cordero lf 4 0 1 0 0 1 .252 Pirela 2b 4 0 1 0 0 1 .260 Lopez c 4 0 1 0 0 2 .219 S pangenberg 3b 2 0 1 0 0 1 .200 a-Villanueva ph-3b-ss 2 0 0 0 0 1 .234 Galvis ss 4 1 2 0 0 1 .239 A suaje 3b 0 0 0 0 0 0 .198 Margot cf 3 1 0 0 1 1 .195 Lauer p 1 1 1 0 0 0 .286 S tammen p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --b-Szczur ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .250 Cimber p 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 S trahm p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Y ates p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --d-Reyes ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .125 T otals 34 4 9 4 2 12 PITTSBURGH AB R H BI BB SO AVG. Moroff 2b 5 1 1 0 0 3 .216 Polanco rf 4 1 1 0 0 1 .228 Cervelli c 2 1 0 0 2 0 .296 Bell 1b 4 1 2 1 0 0 .269 Dickerson lf 4 1 1 1 0 0 .316 Freese 3b 3 0 1 1 0 1 .254 Rodriguez cf 4 0 2 1 0 1 .189 Mercer ss 3 0 0 0 1 0 .229 Kuhl p 1 0 0 0 0 0 .167 Brault p 1 0 1 0 0 0 .273 Santana p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Feliz p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --c-Osuna ph 1 0 0 0 0 0 .286 Vazquez p 0 0 0 0 0 0 --Totals 32 5 9 4 3 6 SAN DIEGO 002 020 000„4 9 1 PITTSBURGH 000 310 10X„5 9 0 a-struck out for Spangenberg in the 6th. b-popped out for Stammen in the 6th. c-grounded out for Feliz in the 8th. d-struck out for Yates in the 9th. E„Villanueva (7). LOB„San Diego 6, Pittsburgh 8. 2B„Hosmer (14), Cordero (4), Galvis (5), Lauer (1), Polanco (12), Dickerson (13), Rodriguez (3), Brault (1). RBIs„Jankowski (2), Hosmer 3 (19), Bell (26), Dickerson (28), Freese (10), Rodriguez (10). CS„Pirela (2). SF„Freese. S„Lauer, Kuhl. Runners left in scoring position„San Diego 3 (Pirela 2, Szczur); Pittsburgh 5 (Moroff 2, Freese, Rodriguez, Kuhl). RISP„San Diego 2 for 8; Pittsburgh 3 for 12. Runners moved up„Cervelli. DP„Pittsburgh 1 (Cervelli, Mercer). SAN DIEGO IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Lauer 4.2 6 4 4 3 3 88 8.14 Stammen .1 0 0 0 0 0 5 2.11 Cimber 1 1 0 0 0 1 16 2.92 Strahm, L, 0-1 .2 2 1 0 0 0 18 4.76 Yates 1.1 0 0 0 0 2 16 0.64 PITTSBURGH IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Kuhl 4.1 6 4 4 2 5 85 4.53 Brault 2.1 3 0 0 0 3 32 4.42 Santana, W, 2-0 .1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2.95 Feliz, H, 9 1 0 0 0 0 1 13 2.84 Vazquez, S, 9-9 1 0 0 0 0 3 13 2.41 Inherited runners-scored„Stammen 2-0, Yates 2-0, Brault 1-0, Santana 1-0. WP„Lauer. Umpires„Home, Will Little; First, Ted Barrett; Second, Ron Kulpa; Third, Tom Woodring. T„2:56. A„11,404 (38,362).STATISTICAL LEADERSAMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING: Betts, Boston, .353; Martinez, Boston, .344; Simmons, Los Angeles, .342; Machado, Baltimore, .342; Brantley, Cleveland, .338; Lowrie, Oakland, .325; Duffy, Tampa Bay, .322; Castellanos, Detroit, .316; Gordon, Seattle, .315; Lindor, Cleveland, .314. RUNS: Betts, Boston, 44; Lindor, Cleveland, 36; Trout, Los Angeles, 34; Judge, New York, 33; Springer, Houston, 33; Gardner, New York, 32; Semien, Oakland, 31; Gregorius, New York, 30; 3 tied at 29. RBI: Machado, Baltimore, 38; KDavis, Oakland, 36; Lowrie, Oakland, 36; Martinez, Boston, 36; Judge, New York, 35; Upton, Los Angeles, 34; Haniger, Seattle, 32; Gregorius, New York, 31; 3 tied at 30. HITS: Altuve, Houston, 56; Lindor, Cleveland, 55; Lowrie, Oakland, 55; Machado, Baltimore, 55; Martinez, Boston, 55; Segura, Seattle, 54; Betts, Boston, 53; Gordon, Seattle, 53; Simmons, Los Angeles, 52; Semien, Oakland, 51. DOUBLES: Pillar, Toronto, 17; Betts, Boston, 16; Escobar, Minnesota, 16; Bregman, Houston, 14; Lindor, Cleveland, 14; Andujar, New York, 13; Ramirez, Cleveland, 13; Segura, Seattle, 13; Soler, Kansas City, 13; 5 tied at 12. TRIPLES: Sanchez, Chicago, 4; Benintendi, Boston, 3; Candelario, Detroit, 3; Castellanos, Detroit, 3; Chapman, Oakland, 3; Smith, Tampa Bay, 3; 14 tied at 2. HOME RUNS: Betts, Boston, 13; Gallo, Texas, 13; Machado, Baltimore, 13; Ramirez, Cleveland, 13; KDavis, Oakland, 12; Lindor, Cleveland, 12; Martinez, Boston, 12; Trout, Los Angeles, 12; 3 tied at 11. STOLEN BASES: Gordon, Seattle, 15; Segura, Seattle, 11; Anderson, Chicago, 10; Merri“eld, Kansas City, 9; Smith, Tampa Bay, 9; Betts, Boston, 8; RDavis, Cleveland, 8; Pillar, Toronto, 8; Trout, Los Angeles, 8; 2 tied at 7. PITCHING: Kluber, Cleveland, 6-2; Severino, New York, 6-1; 9 tied at 5. ERA: Verlander, Houston, 1.05; Cole, Houston, 1.75; Morton, Houston, 2.03; Severino, New York, 2.14; Sale, Boston, 2.29; Kluber, Cleveland, 2.34; Manaea, Oakland, 2.35; Bauer, Cleveland, 2.59; Clevinger, Cleveland, 2.70; Colon, Texas, 2.82. STRIKEOUTS: Cole, Houston, 93; Sale, Boston, 87; Verlander, Houston, 84; Paxton, Seattle, 71; Severino, New York, 70; Bauer, Cleveland, 67; Happ, Toronto, 66; Morton, Houston, 62; Kluber, Cleveland, 61; McCullers, Houston, 58. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING: Herrera, Philadelphia, .357; Markakis, Atlanta, .333; Gennett, Cincinnati, .327; Freeman, Atlanta, .325; Cabrera, New York, .320; Kemp, Los Angeles, .318; Dickerson, Pittsburgh, .318; Arenado, Colorado, .317; Pham, St. Louis, .312; Posey, San Francisco, .310. RUNS: Albies, Atlanta, 40; Blackmon, Colorado, 31; CTaylor, Los Angeles, 31; Freeman, Atlanta, 30; Harper, Washin gton, 30; Markakis, Atlanta, 30; SMarte, Pittsburgh, 30; Pham, St. Louis, 30; Hernandez, Philadelphia, 29; 6 tied at 27. RBI: Baez, Chicago, 36; Pollock, Arizona, 33; Freeman, Atlanta, 32; Story, Colorado, 32; Albies, Atlanta, 31; Harper, Washington, 30; Markakis, Atlanta, 30; Suarez, Cincinnati, 30; Franco, Philadelphia, 29; Cespedes, New York, 28. HITS: Markakis, Atlanta, 56; Albies, Atlanta, 52; Gennett, Cincinnati, 52; Freeman, Atlanta, 51; Herrera, Philadelphia, 51; SMarte, Pittsburgh, 49; Cabrera, New York, 48; Castro, Miami, 48; Dickerson, Pittsburgh, 47; Peraza, Cincinnati, 47. DOUBLES: Albies, Atlanta, 15; Kendrick, Washington, 14; Cabrera, New York, 13; Contreras, Chicago, 13; Hosmer, San Diego, 13; Longoria, San Francisco, 13; 5 tied at 12. TRIPLES: Baez, Chicago, 4; SMarte, Pittsburgh, 4; Bellinger, Los Angeles, 3; Contreras, Chicago, 3; KMarte, Arizona, 3; Nimmo, New York, 3; Pollock, Arizona, 3; Story, Colorado, 3; CTaylor, Los Angeles, 3; 16 tied at 2. HOME RUNS: Albies, Atlanta, 13; Harper, Washington, 13; Blackmon, Colorado, 11; Pollock, Arizona, 11; Adams, Washington, 10; Baez, Chicago, 10; Shaw, Milwaukee, 10; Story, Colorado, 10; Villanueva, San Diego, 10; 2 tied at 9. STOLEN BASES: Inciarte, Atlanta, 18; Turner, Washington, 13; Cain, Milwaukee, 10; SMarte, Pittsburgh, 10; MTaylor, Washington, 10; Pollock, Arizona, 9; Hamilton, Cincinnati, 8; 4 tied at 7. PITCHING: Scherzer, Washington, 7-1; Nola, Philadelphia, 6-1; Mikolas, St. Louis, 5-0; Strasburg, Washington, 5-3; Williams, Pittsburgh, 5-2; 13 tied at 4. ERA: Martinez, St. Louis, 1.62; Scherzer, Washington, 1.69; deGrom, New York, 1.83; Nola, Philadelphia, 1.99; Gonzalez, Washington, 2.36; Newcomb, Atlanta, 2.51; Corbin, Arizona, 2.53; Arrieta, Philadelphia, 2.59; Mikolas, St. Louis, 2.63; Lester, Chicago, 2.66. STRIKEOUTS: Scherzer, Washington, 91; Corbin, Arizona, 75; Strasburg, Washington, 68; Syndergaard, New York, 61; Gray, Colorado, 59; Greinke, Arizona, 58; Foltynewicz, Atlanta, 57; Smith, Miami, 57; deGrom, New York, 56; Gonzalez, Washington, 55.THIS DATE IN BASEBALLMay 18 1912: Detroit players went on strike to protest Ty Cobbs suspension. To avoid a forfeit and “ne, manager Hugh Jennings recruited college players and others; they lost to the Philadelphia As 24-2. Joe Travers gave up all 24 runs on 26 hits. 1929: The Brooklyn Dodgers outslugged the Philadelphia Phillies for a 20-16 victory in the “rst game of a doubleheader. Brooklyns Babe Herman and Johnny Frederick each had “ve hits. Frederick scored “ve times to give him a major league record eight runs in two games. The Phillies won the second game 8-6. The teams combined for a record 50 runs in a doubleheader. 1955: The Cleveland Indians dealt the Red Sox the worst shutout in Boston franchise history, 19-0, behind Herb Scores three-hitter. Vic Wertz drove in “ve runs, including a grand slam, in an 11-run “fth inning. 1957: Dick Williams of the Orioles hit a ninth-inning, game-tying solo home run against Chicagos Paul LaPalme seconds before 10:20 p.m.: the curfew set so the White Sox could catch a train out of Baltimore. If Williams had done anything else, Chicago would have won. The game was later replayed from the beginning and Baltimore won. 1968: Frank Howard hit his 10th home run in a six-game span to power the Washington Senators to an 8-4 victory over Detroit at Tiger Stadium. 1990: The Baltimore Orioles tied an AL record with eight consecutive singles in a seven-run “rst inning against Bobby Witt to beat the Texas Rangers 13-1. The eight straight singles equaled a record set by the Washington Senators against Cleveland in 1951 and matched by the Oakland Athletics against Chicago in 1981. 2003: The Texas Rangers swept three games at Yankee Stadium for the “rst time in the franchises 43-year existence, winning 5-3. 2004: Randy Johnson became the oldest pitcher in major league history to throw a perfect game, retiring all 27 hitters to lead the Arizona Diamondbacks over the Atlanta Braves 2-0. It was the 17th perfect game in major league history and the “rst since the New York Yankees David Cone did it against Montreal on July 18, 1999. 2009: Mark Teixeira homered from both sides of the plate and New York Yankees “nished a four-game sweep of Minnesota with a 7-6 victory.BOX SCORES ROUNDUP/MATCHUPSDodgers 7, Marlins 0: Justin Turner drove in “ve runs in his third game back from the disabled list to back Kenta Maedas eight shutout innings. Red Sox 6, Orioles 2: Xander Bogaerts and J.D. Martinez homered to back a complete game effort by David Price. Pirates 5, Padres 4: Gregory Polanco led off the seventh inning with a double and scored the go-ahead run on an error for Pittsburghs eighth win in nine games. Chicago Cubs at Atlanta, ppd. LATE Oakland at Toronto Texas at Chicago White Sox Tampa Bay at L.A. Angels Detroit at Seattle San Diego at Pittsburgh Philadelphia at St. Louis Colorado at San FranciscoTODAYS PITCHING COMPARISONNATIONAL LEAGUE 2018 TEAM 2017 VS OPP PITCHERS TIME W-L ERA REC W-L IP ERA Los Angeles Stripling (R) 0-1 2.20 0-3 0-1 1.2 21.60 Washington Scherzer (R) 7:05p 7-1 1.69 8-1 1-0 7.0 0.00 San Diego Ross (R) 2-3 3.59 5-3 0-0 0.0 0.00 Pittsburgh Nova (R) 7:05p 2-3 5.01 5-4 0-1 11.0 4.09 Arizona Godley (R) 4-2 4.08 5-3 0-1 11.2 2.31 New York deGrom (R) 7:10p 3-0 1.83 4-4 0-0 0.0 0.00 Chicago Hendricks (R) 3-3 3.20 3-5 1-0 12.0 1.50 Cincinnati Bailey (R) 7:10p 1-5 5.59 1-8 0-0 8.2 6.23 Miami Straily (R) 1-0 5.54 3-0 2-1 25.0 4.32 Atlanta Newcomb (L) 7:35p 4-1 2.51 5-3 0-1 11.0 4.91 Philadelphia Arrieta (R) 3-1 2.59 3-4 1-2 21.0 3.86 St. Louis Wacha (R) 8:15p 4-1 3.09 6-2 1-0 10.0 3.60 Colorado Freeland (L) 3-4 3.42 4-4 2-2 22.1 3.22 San Fran Holland (L) 10:15p 2-4 4.79 3-5 0-1 4.0 13.50AMERICAN LEAGUE 2018 TEAM 2017 VS OPP PITCHERS TIME W-L ERA REC W-L IP ERA Oakland Anderson (L) 0-2 8.16 1-2 0-0 0.0 0.00 Toronto Estrada (R) 7:07p 2-3 5.32 5-3 0-1 10.2 5.06 Baltimore Cobb (R) 0-5 7.06 0-6 3-1 29.1 3.38 Boston Pomeranz (L) 7:10p 1-1 5.47 3-2 2-1 23.0 1.96 Texas TBD 0-0 0.00 0-0 0-0 0.0 0.00 Chicago Fulmer (R) 8:10p 2-3 6.53 3-4 0-0 0.0 0.00 Cleveland Clevinger (R) 3-0 2.70 4-4 1-0 7.0 0.00 Houston Morton (R) 8:10p 5-0 2.03 5-3 0-1 5.1 6.75 New York Sabathia (L) 2-0 2.23 4-3 2-0 12.2 2.13 Kansas City Junis (R) 8:15p 4-3 3.53 5-3 0-1 5.2 9.53 Tampa Bay Snell (L) 4-3 3.12 4-5 0-0 0.0 0.00 Los Angeles Tropeano (R) 10:07p 1-2 3.64 2-3 0-0 0.0 0.00 Detroit Fulmer (R) 1-3 4.37 3-5 0-0 0.0 0.00 Seattle Hernandez (R) 10:10p 5-3 5.66 6-3 0-1 2.0 18.00INTERLEAGUE 2018 TEAM 2017 VS OPP PITCHERS TIME W-L ERA REC W-L IP ERA Milwaukee Suter (L) 2-3 5.14 2-5 0-0 4.0 6.75 Minnesota Gibson (R) 8:10p 1-1 3.43 5-3 0-0 0.0 0.00 KEY: TEAM REC-Teams Record in games started by todays pitcher. VS OPP-Pitchers record versus this opponent. WEDNESDAYS GAMES American League Cleveland 6, Detroit 0 Tampa Bay 5, Kansas City 3 Texas 5, Seattle 1 Boston 6, Oakland 4 Houston 2, L.A. Angels 0 National League Milwaukee 8, Arizona 2 Cincinnati 6, San Francisco 3 Miami 6, L.A. Dodgers 5 Atlanta 4, Chicago Cubs 1 Interleague Washington 3, N.Y. Yankees 3, 5 innings, susp. N.Y. Yankees at Washington, ppd. Philadelphia 4, Baltimore 1 Pittsburgh 3, Chicago White Sox 2 St. Louis 7, Minnesota 5 Toronto 12, N.Y. Mets 1 SATURDAYS GAMES American League Oakland at Toronto, 1:07 p.m. Cleveland at Houston, 4:10 p.m. Baltimore at Boston, 7:10 p.m. Texas at Chicago White Sox, 7:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Kansas City, 7:15 p.m. Tampa Bay at L.A. Angels, 9:07 p.m. Detroit at Seattle, 9:10 p.m. National League Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati, 1:10 p.m., 1st game Philadelphia at St. Louis, 2:15 p.m. Colorado at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at Washington, 7:05 p.m. San Diego at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m. Arizona at N.Y. Mets, 7:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati, 7:10 p.m., 2nd game Miami at Atlanta, 7:10 p.m. Interleague Milwaukee at Minnesota, 7:10 p.m.BASEBALL CALENDARJUNE 4: Amateur draft starts. JUNE 15: International amateur signing period closes. JULY 2: International amateur signing period opens. JULY 6: Last day to sign for amateur draft picks subject to deadline. JULY 17: All-Star Game, Washington. JULY 29: Hall of Fame inductions, Cooperstown, N.Y. JULY 31: Last day to trade a player without securing waivers. OCT. 2-3: Wild-card games. DEC. 10-13: Winter mee tings, Las Vegas. TOP TEN A MERICAN LEAGUE Player G AB R H Pct. Betts, Bos 39 150 44 53 .353 JMartinez, Bos 41 160 28 55 .344 Simmons, LAA 41 152 26 52 .342 MMachado, Bal 42 161 25 55 .342 Brantley, Cle 32 130 19 44 .338 Lowrie, Oak 42 169 17 55 .325 MDuffy, TB 30 121 9 39 .322 Castellanos, Det 39 152 21 48 .316 DGordon, Sea 41 168 24 53 .315 Lindor, Cle 42 175 36 55 .314 NATIONAL LEAGUE Player G AB R H Pct. OHerrera 39 143 23 51 .357 Markakis, Atl 42 168 30 56 .333 Gennett, Cin 42 159 21 52 .327 FFreeman, Atl 42 157 30 51 .325 Cabrera, NYM 38 150 23 48 .320 Kemp, LAD 41 129 13 41 .318 Dickerson, Pit 38 148 21 47 .318 Arenado, Col 38 139 22 44 .317 Pham, StL 36 125 30 39 .312 Posey, SF 35 129 17 40 .310 Through May 16

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The Sun / Friday, May 18, 2018 www.yoursun.com SP Page 5SCOREBOARD PRO BASEBALLFLORIDA STATE LEAGUEAll Times EDT North Division W L Pct. GB Daytona (Reds) 24 15 .615 „ Tampa (Yankees) 23 17 .575 1 Lakeland (Tigers) 18 20 .474 5 Dunedin (Blue Jays) 16 23 .410 8 Clearwater (Phillies) 16 24 .400 8 Florida (Braves) 15 23 .395 8 South Division W L Pct. GB Jupiter (Marlins) 26 14 .650 „ Palm Beach (Cardinals) 24 15 .615 1 Bradenton (Pirates) 21 19 .525 5 Charlotte (Rays) 18 21 .462 7 St. Lucie (Mets) 16 20 .444 8 Fort Myers (Twins) 17 23 .425 9 Thursdays Games St. Lucie at Florida, cancelled Tampa 6, Dunedin 2 Jupiter 5, Fort Myers 2 St. Lucie at Florida, cancelled Bradenton 6, Daytona 1 Lakeland at Charlotte, ppd. Palm Beach 8, Clearwater 3 Fridays Games Bradenton at Palm Beach, 6:30 p.m. Tampa at Lakeland, 6:30 p.m. Clearwater at Florida, 6:31 p.m. Jupiter at Charlotte, 6:35 p.m. St. Lucie at Fort Myers, 7 p.m. Dunedin at Daytona, 7:05 p.m. Saturdays Games Clearwater at Florida, 5 p.m. Bradenton at Palm Beach, 5:30 p.m. St. Lucie at Fort Myers, 6 p.m. Tampa at Lakeland, 6 p.m. Jupiter at Charlotte, 6:05 p.m. Dunedin at Daytona, 7:05 p.m.PRO BASKETBALLNBAPLAYOFFSAll times EasternCONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) EASTERN CONFERENCE BOSTON 2, CLEVELAND 0May 13: Boston 108, Cleveland 83 May 15: Boston 107, Cleveland 94 Saturday : Boston at Cleveland, 8:30 p.m. Monday : Boston at Cleveland, 8:30 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 23: Cleveland at Boston, 8:30 p.m. x-Friday, May 25: Boston at Cleveland, 8:30 p.m. x-Sunday, May 27: Cleveland at Boston, 8:30 p.m.WESTERN CONFERENCE GOLDEN STATE 1, HOUSTON 1May 14: Golden State 119, Houston 106 Wednesday: Houston 127, Golden State 105 Sunday : Houston at Golden State, 8 p.m. Tuesday : Houston at Golden State, 9 p.m. Thursday, May 24: Golden State at Houston, 9 p.m. x-Saturday, May 26: Houston at Golden State, 9 p.m. x-Monday, May 28: Golden State at Houston, 9 p.m.INDIVIDUAL PLAYOFF STATISTICSThrough May 16: SCORING G FG FT PTS. AVG. James, CLE 13 161 92 434 33.4 Davis, NOR 9 106 53 271 30.1 Durant, GOL 12 129 72 355 29.6 Harden, HOU 12 113 86 353 29.4 Westbrook, OKC 6 64 33 176 29.3 Wall, WSH 6 56 40 156 26.0 Antetokounmpo, MIL 7 69 38 180 25.7 McCollum, POR 4 40 10 101 25.2 Middleton, MIL 7 67 14 173 24.7 George, OKC 6 49 31 148 24.7 Mitchell, UTA 11 102 39 268 24.4 Holiday, NOR 9 88 21 213 23.7 Aldridge, SAN 5 37 41 118 23.6 Beal, WSH 6 49 20 139 23.2 Oladipo, IND 7 53 30 159 22.7 DeRozan, TOR 10 87 43 227 22.7 Paul, HOU 12 97 37 257 21.4 Embiid, PHL 8 60 43 171 21.4 Thompson, GOL 12 96 20 248 20.7 Dragic, MIA 5 35 15 93 18.6 FG PERCENTAGE FG FGA PCT. Gobert, UTA 55 84 .655 Capela, HOU 72 111 .649 Scott, WSH 26 41 .634 Favors, UTA 42 68 .618 Turner, IND 33 54 .611 Young, IND 36 60 .600 Middleton, MIL 67 112 .598 Adams, OKC 27 46 .587 Sabonis, IND 36 62 .581 Horford, BOS 91 158 .576 REBOUNDS G OFF DEF TOT AVG. Davis, NOR 9 24 97 121 13.4 Towns, MIN 5 15 52 67 13.4 Embiid, PHL 8 23 78 101 12.6 Westbrook, OKC 6 11 61 72 12.0 Capela, HOU 12 45 93 138 11.5 Green, GOL 12 27 103 130 10.8 Gobert, UTA 11 43 75 118 10.7 Valanciunas, TOR 10 30 75 105 10.5 Love, CLE 13 29 105 134 10.3 Antetokounmpo, MIL 7 8 59 67 9.6 ASSISTS G AST AVG. Rondo, NOR 9 110 12.2 Wall, WSH 6 69 11.5 James, CLE 13 120 9.2 Green, GOL 12 105 8.8 Lowry, TOR 10 85 8.5 Simmons, PHL 10 77 7.7 Westbrook, OKC 6 45 7.5 Harden, HOU 12 84 7.0 Holiday, NOR 9 57 6.3 Antetokounmpo, MIL 7 44 6.3ODDSPREGAME.COM LINEMAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALLToday National LeagueFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINEat Washington -210 Los Angeles +190 at Pittsburgh -125 San Diego +115 at New York -157 Arizona +147 Chicago -180 at Cincinnati +165 at Atlanta -213 Miami +193 at St. Louis -114 Philadelphia +104 at San Francisco -105 Colorado -105American LeagueAt Toronto -130 Oakland +120 at Boston -180 Baltimore +165 at Houston -165 Cleveland +155 at Chicago Off Texas Off New York -174 at Kansas City +162 at Los Angeles -130 Tampa Bay +120 at Seattle -150 Detroit +140Interleagueat Minnesota -135 Milwaukee +125NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION PlayoffsSaturdayFAVORITE LINE O/U UNDERDOGat Cleveland 6 205 BostonSundayat Golden State 7 226 HoustonNATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Stanley Cup PlayoffsTodayFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINEat Vegas -121 Winnipeg +111 Updated odds available at Pregame.comTRANSACTIONSBASEBALLAmerican LeagueBALTIMORE ORIOLES „ Optioned C Caleb Joseph to Norfolk (IL). Recalled C Andrew Susac from Norfolk. HOUSTON ASTROS „ Optioned OF Jake Marisnick to Fresno (PCL). LOS ANGELES ANGELS „ Optioned RHP Jaime Barria to Salt Lake (PCL). Recalled RHP Eduardo Paredes from Salt Lake. OAKLAND ATHLETICS „ Placed C Bruce Maxwell on the restricted list. Recalled C Josh Phegley from Nashville (PCL). SEATTLE MARINERS „ Optioned RHP Christian Bergman to Tacoma (PCL). Selected the contract of RHP Ryan Cook from Tacoma.National LeagueATLANTA BRAVES „ Placed RHP Mike Soroka on the 10-day DL, retroactive to Monday. Recalled LHP Max Fried from Gwinnett (IL). Sent SS Dansby Swanson to Rome (SAL) for a rehab assignment. CHICAGO CUBS „ Placed OF Jason Heyward on the 10-day DL. Optioned INF David Bote to Iowa (PCL). Recalled LHP Randy Rosario from Iowa. MIAMI MARLINS „ Sent RHP Brett G raves to Jupiter (FSL) for a rehab assignment. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES „ Optioned RHP Mark Leiter Jr. to Lehigh Valley (IL). Sent RHP Victor Arano to Lehigh Valley for a rehab assignment. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS „ Placed C Carson Kelly on the 10-day DL, retroactive to Wednesday. Selected the contract of C Steven Baron from Memphis (PCL). Transferred RHP Adam Wainwright to the 60-day DL.Can-Am LeagueOTTAWA CHAMPIONS „ Released C Adam Martin. QUEBEC CAPITALES „ Released OF Isaac Ballou. ROCKLAND BOULDERS „ Signed INF JC Rodriguez. SUSSEX COUNTY MINERS „ Signed LHP Mark McCoy.Frontier LeagueLAKE ERIE CRUSHERS „ Sold the contract of RHP Dalton Geekie to the Chicago Cubs. RIVER CITY RASCALS „ Released RHP Lucas Williams. SCHAUMBURG BOOMERS „ Signed LHP Darrell Thompson.BASKETBALLNational Basketball AssociationMILWAUKEE BUCKS „ Named Mike Budenholzer coach.FOOTBALLNational Football LeagueDENVER BRONCOS „ Signed QB Nick Stevens. GREEN BAY PACKERS „ Signed CB Josh Jackson and LB Oren Burks. OAKLAND RAIDERS „ Waived C Alex Of“ cer. Signed G Cameron Hunt. TENNESSEE TITANS „ Calimed OL John Theus off waivers from the New Orleans Saints. Waived DL Antwaun Woods.HOCKEYNational Hockey LeagueLOS ANGELES KINGS „ Signed D Oscar Fantenberg to a one-year contract extension.SOCCERNational Womens Soccer LeagueWASHINGTON SPIRIT „ Placed F Cali Farquharson on the 45-day DL. Signed F Mallory Eubanks.COLLEGESATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE „ Added Liberty to the conference beginning with the 2018-19 academic year. CHARLESTON SOUTHERN „ Named Jeff Barber athletic director. DAVIS & ELKINS „ Named J.D. Lamm director of golf and mens and womens golf coach, effective Aug. 1. POST (CONN.) „ Named Stephanie Demake womens soccer coach. WASHINGTON STATE „ Announced graduate QB Gardner Minshew is transferring from East Carolina. WISCONSIN-OSHKOSH „ Promoted assistant mens basketball coach Matt Lewis to interim head coach.PRO HOCKEYNHL STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFSAll times EasternCONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) EASTERN CONFERENCE WASHINGTON 2, TAMPA BAY 1May 11: Washington 4, Tampa Bay 2 May 13: Washington 6, Tampa Bay 2 Tuesday: Tampa Bay 4, Washington 2 Thursday: Tampa Bay at Washington, late Saturday: Washington at Tampa Bay, 7:15 p.m. x-Monday, May 21: Tampa Bay at Washington, 8 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 23: Washington at Tampa Bay, 8 p.m.WESTERN CONFERENCE VEGAS 2, WINNIPEG 1May 12: Winnipeg 4, Vegas 2 May 14: Vegas 3, Winnipeg 1 Wednesday: Vegas 4, Winnipeg 2 Today: Winnipeg at Vegas, 8 p.m. Sunday, May 20: Vegas at Winnipeg, 3 p.m. x-Tuesday, May 22: Winnipeg at Vegas, 9 p.m. x-Thursday, May 24: Vegas at Winnipeg, 8 p.m.INDIVIDUAL PLAYOFF STATISTICSThrough May 16:SCORING LEADERS GP G A PTS Jake Guentzel, PIT 12 10 11 21 Sidney Crosby, PIT 12 9 12 21 Mark Scheifele, WPG 15 14 6 20 Evgeny Kuznetsov, WSH 15 9 11 20 David Pastrnak, BOS 12 6 14 20 Blake Wheeler, WPG 15 3 17 20 Alex Ovechkin, WSH 15 10 9 19 Jonathan Marchessault, VGK 13 8 9 17 Brad Marchand, BOS 12 4 13 17 Filip Forsberg, NSH 13 7 9 16 Nikita Kucherov, TB 13 7 9 16 Patrice Bergeron, BOS 11 6 10 16 Paul Stastny, WPG 15 6 9 15 Steven Stamkos, TB 13 6 9 15 Dustin Byfuglien, WPG 15 5 10 15GOALS AGAINST AVERAGEAt least 10 games played Name Team GPI MINS GA AVG Marc-Andre Fleury VGK 13 845 24 1.70 Braden Holtby WSH 14 852 31 2.18 Martin Jones SJ 10 584 22 2.26 Connor Hellebuyck WPG 15 898 35 2.34 Matt Murray PIT 12 715 29 2.43 Andrei Vasilevskiy TB 13 760 34 2.68 Tuukka Rask BOS 12 686 33 2.88 Pekka Rinne NSH 13 684 35 3.07GOALTENDERS SAVES PERCENTAGEName Team GP MIN GA SA SPCT Marc-Andre Fleury VGK 13 845 24 436 0.945 Martin Jones SJ 10 584 22 304 0.928 Connor Hellebuyck WPG 15 898 35 450 0.922 Braden Holtby WSH 14 852 31 390 0.921 Andrei Vasilevskiy TB 13 760 34 401 0.915 Matt Murray PIT 12 715 29 314 0.908 Pekka Rinne NSH 13 684 35 363 0.904 Tuukka Rask BOS 12 686 33 339 0.903 GOALTENDERS SHUTOUT RECORDName Team GPI MINS SO Marc-Andre Fleury VGK 13 845 4 Connor Hellebuyck WPG 15 898 2 Martin Jones SJ 10 584 2 Matt Murray PIT 12 715 2 Pekka Rinne NSH 13 684 2ECHL PLAYOFF GLANCEConference Finals (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) Eastern Conference Florida 2, Adirondack 1 Friday, May 11: Florida 4, Adirondack 3 Saturday, May 12: Adirondack 3, Florida 2, OT Wednesday, May 16: Florida 3, Adirondack 2 Friday, May 18: Florida at Adirondack, 7:00 p.m. Saturday, May 19: Florida at Adirondack, 7:00 p.m. x-Monday, May 21: Adirondack at Florida, 7:30 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 23: Adirondack at Florida, 7:30 p.m. Western Conference Fort Wayne 2, Colorado 1 Saturday, May 12: Colorado 3, Fort Wayne 2, OT Sunday, May 13: Fort Wayne 3, Colorado 2 Wednesday, May 16: Fort Wayne 4, Colorado 2 Friday, May 18: Colorado at Fort Wayne, 8 p.m. Saturday, May 19: Colorado at Fort Wayne, 7:30 p.m. x-Tuesday, May 22: Fort Wayne at Colorado, 9:05 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 23: Fort Wayne at Colorado, 9:05 p.m. AHL CALDER CUP PLAYOFFSAll times Eastern CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) EASTERN CONFERENCE LEHIGH VALLEY VS. TORONTOSaturday: Lehigh Valley at Toronto, 4 p.m. Sunday : Lehigh Valley at Toronto, 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 23: Toronto at Lehigh Valley, 7:05 p.m. Friday, May 25: Toronto at Lehigh Valley, 7:05 p.m. x-Saturday, May 26: Toronto at Lehigh Valley, 7:05 p.m. x-Monday, May 28: Lehigh Valley at Toronto, 7 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 30: Lehigh Valley at Toronto, 7 p.m.WESTERN CONFERENCE ROCKFORD VS. TEXASToday: Rockford at Texas, 8 p.m. Sunday : Rockford at Texas, 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 22: Texas at Rockford, 8 p.m. Thursday, May 24: Texas at Rockford, 8 p.m. x-Friday, May 25: Texas at Rockford, 8 p.m. x-Monday, May 28: Rockford at Texas, 8 p.m. x-Tuesday, May 29: Rockford at Texas, 8 p.m.HORSE RACINGTHE PREAKNESS ODDS CHARTThe “ eld for Saturdays 143rd Preakness Stakes:PP Horse Jockey Odds 1. Quip Florent Geroux 12-1 2. Lone Sailor Irad Ortiz Jr. 15-1 3. Sporting Chance Luis Contreras 30-1 4. Diamond King Javier Castellano 30-1 5. Good Magic Jose Ortiz 3-1 6. Tenfold Ricardo Santana Jr. 20-1 7. Justify Mike Smith 1-2 8. Bravazo LuisSaez 20-1 Trainers: 1. Rodolphe Brisset. 2. Thomas Amoss. 3. D. Wayne Lukas. 4. John Servis. 5. Chad Brown. 6. Steve Asmussen. 7. Bob Baffert. 8. D.Wayne Lukas. Weights: 126 each. Distance: 1 3-16 miles. Purse: $1,500,000. First place: $900,000. Second place: $300,000. Third place: $165,000. Fourth place: $90,000. Post time: 6:48 p.m. EDT.PREAKNESS WINNING TRAINERSWinningest trainers in the Preakness since 1909: 6 „ D. Wayne Lukas (1980 Codex; 1985 Tanks Prospect; 1994 Tabasco Cat; 1995 Timber Country; 1999 Charismatic; 2013 Oxbow) 6 „ Bob Baffert (1997 Silver Charm; 1998 Real Quiet; 2001 Point Given; 2002 War Emblem; 2010 Lookin at Lucky; 2015 American Pharoah) 4 „ Thomas Healey (1922 Pillory; 1923 Vigil; 1926 Display; 1929 Dr. Freeland) 4 „ James Fitzsimmons (1930 Gallant Fox; 1935 Omaha; 1955 Nashua; 1957 Bold Ruler) 4 „ H.A. JimmyŽ Jones (1947 Faultless; 1948 Citation; 1956 Fabius; 1958 Tim Tam)GOLFPGA TOURAT&T BYRON NELSONThursday at Trinity Forest GC, Dallas; Purse: $7.7 million; Yardage: 7,380; Par: 71 (36-35) FIRST ROUND Marc Leishman 32-29„61 -10 J.J. Spaun 30-34„64 -7 Jimmy Walker 31-33„64 -7 Sam Saunders 32-33„65 -6 Aaron Wise 33-32„65 -6 Keith Mitchell 32-33„65 -6 Abraham Ancer 34-31„65 -6 Jonathan Byrd 32-33„65 -6 Ethan Tracy 31-34„65 -6 Peter Uihlein 31-34„65 -6 Tyler Duncan 31-34„65 -6 Rory Sabbatini 34-32„66 -5 Ryan Armour 33-33„66 -5 Branden Grace 32-34„66 -5 Kevin Na 31-35„66 -5 Seamus Power 35-31„66 -5 Ryan Blaum 33-33„66 -5 Eric Axley 32-34„66 -5 Robert Garrigus 33-33„66 -5 Tom Lovelady 33-33„66 -5 T.J. Vogel 33-33„66 -5 Nicholas Lindheim 33-33„66 -5 Brandt Snedeker 32-35„67 -4 Sangmoon Bae 34-33„67 -4 Billy Hurley III 31-36„67 -4 Talor Gooch 32-35„67 -4 Tim Herron 33-34„67 -4 Kelly Kraft 33-34„67 -4 Zac Blair 35-32„67 -4 Johnson Wagner 31-36„67 -4 Dominic Bozzelli 32-35„67 -4 C.T. Pan 33-34„67 -4 Adam Scott 32-35„67 -4 Brian Gay 34-33„67 -4 Graeme McDowell 33-34„67 -4 Bill Haas 32-35„67 -4 Troy Merritt 33-34„67 -4 Matt Jones 34-33„67 -4 Patrick Rodgers 34-33„67 -4 Cameron Percy 33-34„67 -4 Kevin Tway 32-35„67 -4 Nate Lashley 32-35„67 -4 Joel Dahmen 34-33„67 -4 Vaughn Taylor 35-33„68 -3 James Hahn 35-33„68 -3 Billy Horschel 34-34„68 -3 Ryan Palmer 34-34„68 -3 Ben Crane 35-33„68 -3 Andrew Putnam 34-34„68 -3 Maverick McNealy 32-36„68 -3 Sung Kang 33-35„68 -3 Anirban Lahiri 35-33„68 -3 Mark Wilson 32-36„68 -3 Carl Pettersson 34-34„68 -3 Shawn Stefani 33-35„68 -3 J.T. Poston 34-34„68 -3 J.B. Holmes 35-34„69 -2 Cameron Beckman 35-34„69 -2 Charles Howell III 34-35„69 -2 Robert Streb 34-35„69 -2 Geoff Ogilvy 33-36„69 -2 Joaquin Niemann 35-34„69 -2 Corey Conners 33-36„69 -2 Zecheng Dou 36-33„69 -2 Harris English 34-35„69 -2 Brendon de Jonge 32-37„69 -2 Nick Taylor 33-36„69 -2 Martin Piller 34-35„69 -2 Padraig Harrington 33-36„69 -2 Fabin Gmez 35-34„69 -2 Jordan Spieth 35-34„69 -2 Russell Knox 35-34„69 -2 Peter Malnati 34-35„69 -2 Brian Davis 35-34„69 -2 J.J. Henry 34-35„69 -2 Matt Atkins 31-38„69 -2 Bronson Burgoon 36-33„69 -2 Xinjun Zhang 34-35„69 -2 Alex Cejka 35-35„70 -1 Steve Marino 34-36„70 -1 Steve Wheatcroft 33-37„70 -1 Ken Duke 34-36„70 -1 Beau Hossler 36-34„70 -1 Hudson Swafford 34-36„70 -1 Grayson Murray 34-36„70 -1 George McNeill 36-34„70 -1 Martin Flores 34-36„70 -1 Richy Werenski 35-35„70 -1 Tommy Gainey 35-35„70 -1 Derek Fathauer 34-36„70 -1 Adam Schenk 34-36„70 -1 Sam Ryder 34-36„70 -1 Ben Silverman 33-37„70 -1 Rick Lamb 34-36„70 -1 Robert Allenby 34-36„70 -1 Hunter Mahan 36-34„70 -1 Rod Pampling 35-35„70 -1 Scott Piercy 34-36„70 -1 Charlie Beljan 35-35„70 -1 John Huh 36-34„70 -1 John Rollins 36-34„70 -1 Conrad Shindler 33-37„70 -1 Roberto Daz 32-38„70 -1 Martin Laird 36-35„71 E David Hearn 35-36„71 E David Lingmerth 35-36„71 E Satoshi Kodaira 35-36„71 E Cody Gribble 36-35„71 E Stuart Appleby 33-38„71 E Kris Blanks 35-36„71 E Andrew Yun 35-36„71 E Noah Goodwin 35-36„71 E Michael Thompson 34-37„71 E Parker McLachlin 34-37„71 E Ernie Els 35-36„71 E Aaron Baddeley 35-36„71 E Brian Stuard 36-35„71 EPGA TOUR CHAMPIONSREGIONS TRADITIONThursday at Greystone G&CC,Birmingham, Ala.; Purse: $2.4 million; Yardage: 7,277; Par: 72 (36-36) FIRST ROUND Miguel Angel Jimenez 30-34„64 -8 Gene Sauers 32-34„66 -6 Wes Short, Jr. 34-32„66 -6 Jerry Kelly 32-34„66 -6 Joe Durant 35-31„66 -6 Scott Parel 31-36„67 -5 Jerry Pate 34-33„67 -5 Steve Stricker 34-33„67 -5 Scott McCarron 34-33„67 -5 Rocco Mediate 34-34„68 -4 Tom Byrum 34-34„68 -4 Jeff Maggert 31-37„68 -4 Stephen Ames 34-34„68 -4 Tom Lehman 35-33„68 -4 Kenny Perry 34-34„68 -4 Fran Quinn 33-35„68 -4 Tommy Tolles 35-33„68 -4 Esteban Toledo 35-34„69 -3 Tim Petrovic 36-33„69 -3 Todd Hamilton 37-32„69 -3 Brian Henninger 35-34„69 -3 Bart Bryant 35-34„69 -3 Bob Gilder 33-36„69 -3 Billy Andrade 35-34„69 -3 Doug Garwood 35-34„69 -3 Kevin Sutherland 34-35„69 -3 Lee Janzen 34-36„70 -2 Scott Dunlap 36-34„70 -2 Joey Sindelar 34-36„70 -2 Bob Estes 35-35„70 -2 Duffy Waldorf 34-36„70 -2 Vijay Singh 36-34„70 -2 Bernhard Langer 35-35„70 -2 Glen Day 37-34„71 -1 Olin Browne 36-35„71 -1 Larry Mize 35-36„71 -1 Carlos Franco 35-36„71 -1 Scott Hoch 36-35„71 -1 Tom Pernice Jr. 35-36„71 -1 Jerry Smith 34-37„71 -1 Colin Montgomerie 34-37„71 -1 Paul Goydos 35-36„71 -1 John Daly 35-36„71 -1 Brandt Jobe 37-34„71 -1 Larry Nelson 36-35„71 -1 Jay Don Blake 34-38„72 E John Huston 38-34„72 E Scott Verplank 35-37„72 E Jeff Sluman 35-37„72 E Paul Broadhurst 38-34„72 E Fred Funk 37-35„72 E Mark OMeara 36-36„72 E Loren Roberts 38-35„73 +1 Corey Pavin 36-37„73 +1 Dan Forsman 37-36„73 +1 Tommy Armour III 37-36„73 +1 Mark Brooks 37-36„73 +1 Mike Goodes 36-37„73 +1 Marco Dawson 38-35„73 +1 David Toms 35-38„73 +1 David McKenzie 36-37„73 +1 Ian Woosnam 37-37„74 +2 Jesper Parnevik 36-38„74 +2 Jay Haas 38-36„74 +2 Steve Flesch 37-38„75 +3 Steve Lowery 38-37„75 +3 Steve Pate 36-39„75 +3 Willie Wood 39-36„75 +3 Russ Cochran 36-39„75 +3 David Frost 41-35„76 +4 Rod Spittle 40-36„76 +4 Len Mattiace 39-37„76 +4 Sandy Lyle 39-37„76 +4 Scott Simpson 38-39„77 +5 Jose Maria Olazabal 42-35„77 +5 Gary Hallberg 38-40„78 +6 Tom Kite 41-38„79 +7 Mark Calcavecchia WDLPGA TOURKINGSMILL CHAMPIONSHIPThursday at Kingsmill Resort, River Course, Williamsburg, Va.; Purse: $1.3 million; Yardage: 6,445; Par: 71 (36-35) FIRST ROUND Jaye Marie Green 34-31„65 -6 In Gee Chun 31-34„65 -6 Jessica Korda 33-32„65 -6 Azahara Munoz 32-33„65 -6 Annie Park 34-31„65 -6 Nasa Hataoka 33-33„66 -5 Ariya Jutanugarn 31-35„66 -5 Cydney Clanton 33-34„67 -4 Sandra Gal 35-32„67 -4 Megan Khang 34-33„67 -4 Angel Yin 35-32„67 -4 Austin Ernst 34-33„67 -4 Mina Harigae 33-34„67 -4 Minjee Lee 33-34„67 -4 Yu Liu 34-33„67 -4 Catriona Matthew 32-35„67 -4 Katelyn Dambaugh 34-34„68 -3 Jackie Stoelting 34-34„68 -3 Moriya Jutanugarn 33-35„68 -3 Stacy Lewis 34-34„68 -3 Ryann OToole 34-34„68 -3 Karrie Webb 34-34„68 -3 Maria Hernandez 35-33„68 -3 Caroline Inglis 34-34„68 -3 Pernilla Lindberg 35-33„68 -3 Emma Talley 33-35„68 -3 Caroline Masson 35-33„68 -3 Eun-Hee Ji 34-34„68 -3 Leticia Ras-Anderica 35-34„69 -2 Mariajo Uribe 34-35„69 -2 Dani Holmqvist 33-36„69 -2 Lindy Duncan 35-34„69 -2 Danielle Kang 35-34„69 -2 Nelly Korda 37-32„69 -2 Yani Tseng 33-36„69 -2 Brittany Lang 36-33„69 -2 Brittany Marchand 36-33„69 -2 Robynn Ree 35-34„69 -2 Maude-Aimee Leblanc 33-36„69 -2 Hyo Joo Kim 35-34„69 -2 Morgan Pressel 34-35„69 -2 Su Oh 34-35„69 -2 Beatriz Recari 35-34„69 -2 Anne-Catherine Tanguay 38-31„69 -2 So Yeon Ryu 35-34„69 -2 Ayako Uehara 35-34„69 -2 Mel Reid 35-34„69 -2 Cindy LaCrosse 35-35„70 -1 Amelia Lewis 36-34„70 -1 Mariah Stackhouse 34-36„70 -1 Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong 37-33„70 -1 Marina Alex 37-33„70 -1 Brooke M. Henderson 36-34„70 -1 Anna Nordqvist 36-34„70 -1 Lexi Thompson 36-34„70 -1 Giulia Molinaro 35-35„70 -1 Haeji Kang 37-33„70 -1 Daniela Darquea 33-37„70 -1 Gaby Lopez 36-34„70 -1 Kris Tamulis 36-34„70 -1 Amy Olson 34-36„70 -1 Michelle Wie 35-35„70 -1 Brittany Altomare 35-35„70 -1 In-Kyung Kim 36-34„70 -1 Laetitia Beck 37-33„70 -1 Candie Kung 35-35„70 -1 Madelene Sagstrom 35-35„70 -1 Sandra Changkija 36-34„70 -1 Christina Kim 35-35„70 -1 Katie Burnett 38-32„70 -1 Lauren Coughlin 37-34„71 E Brittany Lincicome 33-38„71 E Cristie Kerr 35-36„71 E Laura Davies 38-33„71 E Jane Park 35-36„71 E Joanna Klatten 35-36„71 E Ola“ a Kristinsdottir 34-37„71 E Lee Lopez 37-34„71 E Thidapa Suwannapura 34-37„71 E Peiyun Chien 37-34„71 E Allison Emrey 36-35„71 E Julieta Granada 37-34„71 E Cheyenne Woods 36-35„71 E Georgia Hall 35-36„71 E Chella Choi 36-35„71 E Wei-Ling Hsu 35-36„71 E Luna Sobron 35-36„71 E Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras 35-36„71 E Klara Spilkova 36-35„71 E P.K. Kongkraphan 37-34„71 E AJ Newell 36-36„72 +1 Emily Pedersen 36-36„72 +1 Mo Martin 36-36„72 +1 Dori Carter 36-36„72 +1 Paula Reto 37-35„72 +1EUROPEAN TOURBELGIAN KNOCKOUTThursday at Rinkven International GC, Antwerp, Belgium; Purse: $1.18 million; Yardage: 6,924; Par: 71 (36-35). Format: 36 holes stroke play; top 64 advance to 9-hole medal matches FIRST ROUND Matthew Baldwin, England 36-31„67 Thomas Detry, Belgium 35-32„67 Jorge Campillo, Spain 33-34„67 Ryan Evans, England 36-31„67 Jeff Winther, Denmark 33-34„67 Gavin Green, Malaysia 35-32„67 Nico Geyger, Chile 36-31„67 Scott Vincent, Zimbabwe 34-34„68 Nick Cullen, Australia 34-34„68 Benjamin Hebert, France 34-34„68 Sam Hors“ eld, England 34-34„68 Nicolas Colsaerts, Belgium 35-33„68 James Heath, England 35-33„68 Thomas Linard, France 36-33„69 Adrian Otae g ui, S p ain 35-34„69 Jazz Janewattananond, Thailand 36-33„69 Lorenzo Gagli, Italy 35-34„69 Victor Perez, France 35-34„69 Josh Geary, New Zealand 37-32„69 Dimitrios Papadatos, Australia 37-32„69 David Drysdale, Scotland 36-33„69 Eric van Rooyen, South Africa 35-34„69 Lucas Herbert, Australia 35-34„69 ALSO David Lipsky, United States 36-35„71 Chase Koepka, United States 36-37„73 Daniel Im, United States 39-42„81WEBCOM TOURBMW CHARITY PRO-AMThursday at Greer, S.C.; t-Thornblade Club (host Course); Yardage: 7,024; Par: 71; at c-The Cliffs Valley; Yardage: 7,029; Par: 72; at f-Furman Univeristy Golf Club; Yardage: 7,041; Par: 70; Purse: $700,000 FIRST ROUND Note: Scores are listed in par order for the three courses Cameron Champ 33-30„63 -8t Taylor Moore 32-32„64 -8c Vince India 30-33„63 -8t Jin Park 33-31„64 -8c Luke Guthrie 32-30„62 -8f Fernando Mechereffe 32-32„64 -7t Brian Richey 31-34„65 -7c Sebastin Muoz 31-33„64 -7t Wes Roach 32-31„63 -7f Jared Wolfe 31-33„64 -7t Max Homa 30-33„63 -7f Oscar Fraustro 34-31„65 -7c Ben Kohles 33-30„63 -7f Scott Harrington 34-32„66 -6c Curtis Luck 32-32„64 -6f Gonzalo Fernandez-Castao 30-35„65 -6t Alex Kang 32-33„65 -6t Chris Thompson 31-34„65 -6t Erik Compton 34-32„66 -6c Joseph Bramlett 34-31„65 -6t Erik Barnes 34-32„66 -6c Ben Taylor 34-32„66 -6c Bryan Bigley 32-34„66 -5t Robby Shelton 32-33„65 -5f Matt Harmon 34-32„66 -5t Kyle Jones 32-33„65 -5f Samuel Del Val 32-35„67 -5c Jamie Arnold 33-33„66 -5t Roger Sloan 33-33„66 -5t Martin Trainer 31-35„66 -5t Max Marsico 34-33„67 -5c Blake Adams 35-32„67 -5c Anders Albertson 34-33„67 -5c Brian Campbell 32-35„67 -5c Tim Wilkinson 30-36„66 -5t Vince Covello 34-33„67 -5c Bhavik Patel 32-34„66 -5t Grant Leaver 34-32„66 -5t Brad Brunner 33-33„66 -5t John Chin 32-33„65 -5f Jim Knous 31-35„66 -5t Trevor Cone 33-34„67 -5c Max Rottluff 33-33„66 -5t Billy Kennerly 32-34„66 -5t Matthew NeSmith 33-33„66 -5t Adam Svensson 32-35„67 -5c Andrew Novak 32-34„66 -5t Spencer Levin 34-34„68 -4c Scott Pinckney 34-34„68 -4c Kramer Hickok 34-34„68 -4c Willy Wilcox 34-34„68 -4c Shaun Micheel 32-36„68 -4c Michael Buttacavoli 31-36„67 -4t Tag Ridings 33-33„66 -4f Derek Ernst 34-32„66 -4f Steven Alker 36-32„68 -4c Curtis Thompson 36-32„68 -4c Ken Looper 32-35„67 -4t Andrew Svoboda 32-35„67 -4t Henrik Norlander 32-34„66 -4f Justin Hueber 31-35„66 -4f Jimmy Gunn 34-34„68 -4c Kyoung-Hoon Lee 35-33„68 -4c Chip Deason 33-34„67 -4t Roberto Castro 31-36„67 -3f Max McGreevy 33-35„68 -3t Conner Godsey 32-36„68 -3t Joey Garber 31-36„67 -3f Kevin Dougherty 37-32„69 -3c Riley Wheeldon 33-35„68 -3t Adam Long 32-35„67 -3f Jonathan Hodge 34-34„68 -3t Cameron Davis 36-33„69 -3c Mathew Goggin 36-33„69 -3c Bio Kim 35-33„68 -3t Jimmy Stanger 32-35„67 -3f Scott Langley 32-35„67 -3f Sungjae Im 36-33„69 -3c Roland Thatcher 32-36„68 -3t Justin Hicks 33-34„67 -3f Alex Prugh 32-37„69 -3c Wade Bin“ eld 32-36„68 -3t Chris Smith 36-33„69 -3cBrady Schnell 32-35„67 -3f Michael Arnaud 37-32„69 -3c Chip Lynn 32-37„69 -2t Carlos Sainz Jr 33-36„69 -2t John Mallinger 32-36„68 -2f Rodolfo Cazaubn 36-34„70 -2c Andre Metzger 35-35„70 -2c Nick Rousey 34-35„69 -2t Brandon Matthews 33-36„69 -2t Bo Hoag 33-35„68 -2f David Skinns 34-34„68 -2f Rafael Campos 32-36„68 -2f Edward Loar 35-33„68 -2f Garrett Osborn 33-37„70 -2c Michael Putnam 36-34„70 -2c Daniel Mazziotta 35-35„70 -2c William Kropp 33-36„69 -2t Chris Baker 34-36„70 -2c Mark Blake“ eld 33-36„69 -2tAUTO RACINGUPCOMING EVENTSNASCAR MONSTER ENERGY CUP ALL-STAR RACESite: Charlotte, North Carolina. Schedule: Today, practice, 11:30 p.m., 12:15 p.m., 1 p.m. & 1:45 p.m. (FS1), qualifying, 6:05 p.m. & 6:35 p.m. (FS1); Saturday, All-Star Open, 6 p.m., FS1, AllStar Race, 8 p.m., FS1. Track: Charlotte Motor Speedway (oval, 1.5 mile). Race distance: Open, 75 miles, 50 laps; All-Star, 120 miles, 80 laps. Last year: Kyle Busch took home the $1 million prize, his first victory in the series at Charlotte. Last race: Kevin Harvick won his fifth race of 2018 and his second straight at Dover. Next race: Coca Cola 600, May 27, Charlotte Motor Speedway. Online: http://www .nascar.comXFINITYLast race: Justin Allgaier led 104 of 200 laps to win in Dover. Next race: Alsco 300, May 26, Charlotte Motor Speedway. Online: http://www.nascar.comCAMPING WORLD TRUCK NORTH CAROLINA EDUCATION LOTTERY 200Site: Charlotte. Schedule: Today, practice, 9:05 a.m. and 10:35 p.m., qualifying, 4:40 p.m. (FS1), race, 8:30 p.m., FS1. Track: Charlotte Motor Speedway. Race distance: 201 miles, 134 laps. Last year: Busch led 90 of 134 laps and held off Johnny Sauter to take first. Last race: Noah Gragson won for the first time in 2018 in Kansas. Next race: Rattlesnake 400, June 8, Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth, Texas. Online: http://www.nascar.comVERIZON INDYCARLast race: Will Power won the Grand Prix of Indy from the pole, leading 56 of 85 laps. Next race: Indianapolis 500, May 27, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indianapolis, Indiana. Online: http://www.indycar.comFORMULA ONELast race: Lewis Hamilton dominated in Barcelona, picking up his second straight win. Next race: Monaco Grand Prix, May 27, Monaco Circuit, Monte Carlo, Monaco. Online: http://www.formula1.comNHRA MELLO YELLO DRAG RACING HEARTLAND NATIONALSSite: Topeka, Kansas Schedule: Today, qualifying, 4:45 & 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, qualifying, 2 & 5 p.m.; Sunday, finals, 3:37 p.m., FS1. Track: Heartland Motorsports Park. Last year: Antron Brown took first in Topeka. Last event: Leah Prichett won in Atlanta two weeks ago. Next race: Route 66 Nationals, June 3, Route 66 Raceway, Elwood, Illinois. Online: http://www.nhra.comOTHER RACESWORLD OF OUTLAWS: Today & Saturday, Morgan Cup, Williams G rove Speedway, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Online: http://www.woosprint.comTENNISATP WORLD TOUR/WTA TOURINTERNAZIONALI BNL DITALIAThursday at Foro Italico, Rome; Purse: Men, $5.82 million (Masters 1000); Women, $3.35 million (Premier); Surface: Clay-Outdoor Mens Singles Third Round Fabio Fognini, Italy, def. Peter Gojowczyk, Germany, 6-4, 6-4. Pablo Carreno Busta (10), Spain, def. Aljaz Bedene, Slovenia, 6-4, 6-7 (3), 6-2. Marin Cilic (4), Croatia, def. Benoit Paire, France, 6-3, 6-4. David Goffin (9), Belgium, def. Juan Martin del Potro (5), Argentina, 6-2, 4-5 retired. Rafael Nadal (1), Spain, def. Denis Shapovalov, Canada, 6-4, 6-1. Alexander Zverev (2), Germany, def. Kyle Edmund, Britain, 7-5, 7-6 (11). Kei Nishikori, Japan, def. Philipp Kohlschreiber, Germany, 6-1, 6-2. Novak Djokovic (11), Serbia, def. Albert Ramos-Vinolas, Spain, 6-1, 7-5. Womens Singles Third Round Simona Halep (1), Romania, def. Madison Keys (13), United States, wal kover. Elina Svitolina (4), Ukraine, def. Daria Kasatkina (14), Russia, 0-6, 6-3, 6-2. Jelena Ostapenko (5), Latvia, def. Johanna Konta, Britain, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4. Anett Kontaveit, Estonia, def. Venus Williams (8), United States, 6-2, 7-6 (3). Angelique Kerber (11), Germany, def. Maria Sakkari, Greece, 6-1, 6-1. Maria Sharapova, Russia, def. Daria Gavrilova, Australia, 6-3, 6-4. Caroline Garcia (7), France, def. Sloane Stephens (9), United States, 6-1, 7-6 (7). Caroline Wozniacki (2), Denmark, def. Anastasija Sevastova (15), Latvia, 6-2, 5-7, 6-3. Mens Doubles Second Round Henri Kontinen, Finland, and John Peers (4), Australia, def. John Isner and Jack Sock, United States, 7-6 (2), 6-3. Lukasz Kubot, Poland, and Marcelo Melo (1), Brazil, def. Santiago Gonzalez, Mexico, and Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi, Pakistan, 7-6 (4), 6-7 (5), 10-2. Pablo Cuevas, Uruguay, and Marcel Granollers, Spain, def. Rohan Bopanna, India, and Edouard Roger-Vasselin (7), France, 7-6 (5), 6-4. Oliver Marach, Austria, and Mate Pavic (2), Croatia, def. Steve Johnson, United States, and Dominic Thiem, Austria, 0-6, 6-3, 16-14. Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah (6), Colombia, def. Robin Haase and Jean-Julien Rojer, Netherlands, 6-7 (5), 7-5, 10-8. Feliciano Lopez and Marc Lopez (8), Spain, def. Juan Martin del Potro and Leonardo Mayer, Argentina, wal kover. Womens Doubles Second Round Daria Gavrilova, Australia, and Hsieh Suwei, Taiwan, def. Johanna Konta, Britain, and Zhang Shuai, China, wal kover. Raquel Atawo, United States, and AnnaLena Groenefeld, Germany, def. Madison Keys and Venus Williams, United States, walkover. Ashleigh Barty, Australia, and Demi Schuurs (8), Netherlands, def. Alla Kudryavtseva, Russia, and Renata Voracova, Czech Republic, 4-6, 6-4, 10-2. Vania King, United States, and Katarina Srebotnik, Slovenia, def. Anabel Medina Garrigues and Arantxa Parra Santonja, Spain, 6-4, 6-7 (4), 11-9. Timea Babos, Hungary, and Kristina Mladenovic (3), France, def. Sara Errani and Martina Trevisan, Italy, 6-0, 6-3. Gabriela Dab rowski, Canada, and Xu Yifan (4), China, def. Nadiia Kichenok, Ukraine, and Anastasia Ro dionova, Australia, 6-4, 6-3. Sorana Cirstea, Romania, and Jelena Ostapenko, Latvia, def. Svetlana Kuznetsova, Russia, and Karolina Pliskova, Czech Republic, 6-3, 6-3.SOCCERMAJOR LEAGUE SOCCERAll times Eastern EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T PTS GF GAAtlanta United FC 8 2 1 25 25 13 Columbus 6 3 3 21 17 10 New York City FC 6 2 3 21 21 16 Orlando City 6 3 1 19 20 16 New York Red Bulls 6 3 0 18 23 11 New England 5 3 2 17 18 14 Chicago 3 5 2 11 13 17 Philadelphia 3 5 2 11 8 14 Montreal 3 8 0 9 14 26 Toronto FC 2 6 1 7 12 18 D.C. United 1 5 2 5 10 16WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T PTS GF GASporting Kansas City 7 2 2 23 23 12 Los Angeles FC 6 2 2 20 22 16 FC Dallas 4 1 4 16 14 9 Vancouver 4 5 3 15 14 22 Portland 4 3 2 14 14 14 Real Salt Lake 4 5 1 13 13 21 Minnesota United 4 7 0 12 13 21 Houston 3 3 3 12 20 15 Los Angeles Galaxy 3 6 1 10 14 19 San Jose 2 5 3 9 17 19 Colorado 2 5 2 8 11 13 Seattle 2 5 2 8 7 11 3 points for victory, 1 point for tieWednesdays GameSan Jose 2, Vancouver 2, tieTodays GameOrlando City at Toronto FC, 8 p.m.Saturdays GamesColorado at New York City FC, 1 p.m. Los Angeles FC at Portland, 3 p.m. Vancouver at FC Dallas, 4 p.m. Columbus at New England, 7:30 p.m. Real Salt Lake at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. D.C. United at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.Sundays GamesSporting Kansas City at Minnesota United, 2 p.m. Houston at Chicago, 4 p.m. New York at Atlanta United FC, 7 p.m.NATIONAL WOMENS SOCCER LEAGUEAll times Eastern W L T PTS GF GA North Carolina 6 0 2 20 13 5 Seattle 4 1 1 13 11 6 Orlando 3 2 3 12 8 7 Chicago 2 2 5 11 12 11 Portland 2 3 3 9 11 12 Utah 1 1 5 8 6 5 Houston 1 3 4 7 7 12 Washington 1 4 2 5 7 11 Sky Blue FC 0 4 1 1 4 10 3 points for victory, 1 point for tie.Saturdays GamesHouston at Utah, 3:30 p.m. Portland at Washington, 7 p.m. North Carolina at Sky Blue FC, 7 p.m. Chicago at Seattle, 10 p.m.Wednesday, May 23North Carolina at Orlando, 7:30 p.m. Sky Blue FC at Washington, 7:30 p.m. Seattle at Houston, 8 p.m.CHAMPIONS LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP Saturday, May 26 At Kiev, UkraineReal Madrid (Spain) vs. Liverpool, 2:45 p.m.2018 U.S. MENS TEAM RESULTS/SCHEDULEAll times Eastern (Won 1, Lost 0, Tied 1)Sunday, Jan. 28 „ United States 0, BosniaHerzogovina 0 Tuesday, March 27 „ United States 1, Paraguay 0Saturday, June 9 „ vs. France at Lyon, France

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Page 6 SP www.yoursun.com Friday, May 18, 2018 / The SunBy John ClayLexington Herald-Leader (TNS)BALTIMORE „ The rain here wont go away. Not yet anyway. The precipitation that began Tuesday night carried through a soaking of a Thursday morning at Pimlico Race Course and is projected to continue into Saturdays 143rd running of the Preakness Stakes. Fridays forecast: High of 66 degrees with 100 percent chance of rain. Saturdays forecast: High of 73 degrees with a 90 percent chance of rain. Ive seen rain here before in my 38 years,Ž the trainer and six-time Preakness winner D. Wayne Lukas said Thursday morning under cover inside the Pimlico Stakes barn. But Ive never seen three or four days of rain like this.Ž Ah, but Kentucky Derby winner Justify had no trouble navigating the sloppy surface that was the Churchill Downs track two weeks back, so theres no reason to doubt his capacity to do the same at Pimlico, right? Every racetrack mud is different,Ž Lukas said. This mud, Churchills mud, Saratogas mud, theyre all different. You just dont know.Ž This track is so much different than Churchill Downs when it gets wet,Ž said Justifys trainer Bob Baffert after his horse stepped out on the Pimlico track for the first time on Thursday. Churchill, the base, is probably a little bit harder. This track can probably take more water than any track Ive seen.Ž And its not as if the projected weather is going to cause many bettors to toss Justify, the 1-2 morning-line favorite in a field of eight for Saturdays 6:20 p.m. post time on NBC. Its his race to lose,Ž said Lukas, who has a pair of entries in Bravazo and Sporting Chance hoping for an upset. Hes clearly the best horse. Having said that, were not going to concede the race to him.Ž The way Justify ran in the Derby, I dont see any reason he probably wont go to the lead,Ž said trainer John Servis, who won the 2004 Preakness with Smarty Jones and who has Federico Tesio winner Diamond King in this years field. Doesnt look like theres a lot of speed in there. I dont think (the weather) will change much.Ž Still, its hard to know just what the cumulative effect of the weather will be come Saturday. The forecast says the skies should clear by race time, but after a near week of non-stop rain, what in the world will be the condition of the track? Theyre going to do the best job,Ž said Lukas of the Pimlico crew, but theyre going to be up against it.Ž Could that sort of track get a horse beat, even one such as Justify that has won two of his four career races on either muddy or sloppy tracks? I think any track can get a horse beat in conditions like this,Ž Servis said. Some horses dont run on it. Some horses dont feel comfortable. Horses get to sliding a little bit, they start protecting themselves. Theyre not dumb.Ž In fact, said Lukas, theres likely to be so much mud on the track Saturday, Some of them you wont know what color they are when the pull up.Ž As if on cue, just when Justify was ready to hit the track Thursday morning, the rain let up. Training at Churchill since his Derby victory, the son of the late sire Scat Daddy did not make the trip to Baltimore until Wednesday. So for his first time around the surface, Justify turned in an easy gallop. He was ready to do a lot more,Ž Baffert said, but we didnt want to do too much.Ž As for the weather, Baffert said he has his own in-home meteorologist in 13-year-old son Bode, who was on his way to Maryland from California with his mom, Jill. It was Bode, claimed Baffert, who told him the sky was about to open up right before American Pharoahs 2015 Preakness win „ the cloudburst sent Baffert hustling to the indoor paddock „ and who predicted a sloppy 2018 Derby. He told me before we went (to Kentucky),Ž Baffert said,  Dad, I hope he likes the mud.  Justify loved the Kentucky mud, but will he love the Maryland mud?HORSE RACING: Kentucky Derby For Justify at Preakness, all mud may not be same mud By ANDREW DAMPFAssociated PressROME „ Seven-time champion Rafael Nadal methodically wore down Denis Shapovalov 6-4, 6-1 Thursday to reach the Italian Open quarterfinals and gain revenge against the Canadian teenager. The 19-year-old Shapovalov stunned Nadal in the third round in Montreal last year to deny the Spanish player a chance to regain the No. 1 spot. Nadal is also attempting to win the top spot back this week. Hell replace Roger Federer if he wins an eighth Rome title. In a match between two left-handers, Shapovalov saved eight break points in his opening two service games before finally dropping his serve midway through the first set. He was really serving big and I had some mistakes with the return,Ž Nadal said. It was not a comfortable match against a lefty who serves big and goes for his shots. Hes good in all aspects. The only thing he needs is a little bit more time.Ž Shapovalov was stretched to three sets in his opening two matches, against 15th-seeded Tomas Berdych and Robin Haase, and reached the semifinals of last weeks Madrid Open. I didnt feel completely dead out there but I felt like I couldve been fresher,Ž Shapovalov said. Nadal, who hasnt won the Italian Open since 2013, next faces Fabio Fognini, who beat Peter Gojowczyk 6-4, 6-4. Fognini slammed his racket midway through the second set and received a warning from the umpire but otherwise held his composure to follow up an impressive win over Dominic Thiem. Four-time Rome champion Novak Djokovic reached his first quarterfinal of the year with a 6-1, 7-5 victory over Alberto Ramos-Vinolas. Defending champion Alexander Zverev needed eight match points before completing a 7-5, 7-6 (11) win over Kyle Edmund. Zverev will next p la y ninth-seeded David Goffin, who was leading 6-2, 4-5 when Juan Martin del Potro retired because of a groin injury. Fourth-seeded Marin Cilic defeated Benoit Paire 6-3, 6-4 and will meet Pablo Carreno Busta, who beat Aljaz Bedene 6-4, 6-7 (3), 6-2. In the womens tournament, Simona Haleps hold on the No. 1 ranking received a boost when American Madison Keys withdrew from their last-16 match due to a rib injury. Halep now needs to progress further than No. 2 Caroline Wozniacki to stay in top spot. Wozniacki faces 15th-seeded Anastasija Sevastova in a late match. The winner will play Anett Kontaveit, who ousted 1999 champion Venus Williams 6-2, 7-6 (3) for her second win over the American in two weeks. Last year, Halep rolled her ankle in the final and lost a lead and the championship to Elina Svitolina. Halep next plays U.S. Open champion Sloane Stephens or seventh-seeded Caroline Garcia. Svitolina overcame a poor start to beat 14th-seeded Daria Kasatkina 0-6, 6-3, 6-2. Shell next face former No. 1 Angelique Kerber, who routed Maria Sakkari of Greece 6-1, 6-1. This is the last major warmup for the French Open, which starts in 10 days. Jelena Ostapenko, preparing to defend her title at Roland Garros, rallied past Johanna Konta 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 and will meet three-time Rome champion Maria Sharapova, who eliminated Daria Gavrilova 6-3, 6-4.TENNIS: Italian OpenBy DOUG FEINBERGAssociated PressNEW YORK „ The WNBA is teaming up with several organizations that support women and girls. The league, which begins its 22nd season Friday, will donate $5 for each ticket purchased to select games during the season to one of six groups as part of the Take a Seat, Take a StandŽ campaign. All 12 teams will participate, designating up to six games to the initiative. The six organizations are Bright Pink, GLSEN, Its On Us, MENTOR, Planned Parenthood and The United State of Women. For 22 years, the WNBA and its players „ women playing at the highest level of their sport „ have stood up as role models for millions of women and girls,Ž WNBA President Lisa Borders said. With Take a Seat, Take a Stand, we are proud to come together as a league to stand with our partner organizations, our fans and the many inspiring women raising their voices for change in the current womens movement.Ž In addition to these organizations, fans will have the choice to support local groups in all 12 teams communities. As WNBA players we like to take advantage of our platform and opportunities to connect and empower other women, whatever youre passionate about, our league backs you up,Ž Maya Moore said. Its exciting to know we come to work not just to do the sport we love, but help other women with what they want to do and be great at.Ž The WNBA will also donate tickets to send a young woman or girl to a game. Borders said she thinks this initiative will speak directly to young women. NBA commissioner Adam Silver said last month on ESPN he didnt think the WNBA was connecting well enough with young women and girls. Its a call to action for women, not to just support the W but also when you support the W youre supporting not just basketball alone, but youre supporting women,Ž Borders said. We think this will really appeal to these younger women. They are interested in things bigger than themselves. We think it will speak to everyone, but specifically to that demographic. They will raise their hand and say I want to be a part of it.Ž This new initiative was planned before Silvers comments. The WNBA has also hired a company to do a yearlong review of the league and come up with a strategic plan. We thought this would be a great time to look at the league top to bottom, left to right and evaluate everything,Ž Borders said. Whats working and whats not working. Some of the comments Adam made upset some people. Were going to review everything. We know what we stand for and now were going to talk about, how do we bring that to life the next 40 years? This is a commitment from the NBA and WNBA to carry the torch forward. The players are excited about it. Its a long-term piece.ŽWNBAPortion of ticket sales to go to womens groups Minnesota Lynx head coach Cheryl Reeve applauds her team during the first half of Game 5 of the WNBA Finals on Oct. 4 against the Los Angeles Sparks in Minneapolis.AP PHOTO Rowdies coach Stuart Campbell steps downTampa Bay Times staffST. PETERSBURG „ Tampa Bay Rowdies chairman/CEO Bill Edwards and coach Stuart Campbell announced Thursday that Campbell will step down immediately. "It has been wonderful working with Stuart these last few years, and we will miss him," Edwards said in a statement. "He has been a great example for our players and coaching staff. We part ways with the utmost respect for one another and I look forward to seeing him at future matches." Both said the decision was mutual. "First and foremost I'd like to thank Bill for the opportunities he has given me and the loyalty he has shown toward me," said Campbell, who was promoted to head coach in August 2015 after Thomas Rongen was fired. "This opportunity has been life changing for my family and I, and for that we will be forever grateful to the Rowdies." Campbell finished 26-22-27 at Tampa Bay. The Rowdies said in a release that the team will have no further comment on the move. The Rowdies, who are 4-5-0 this season after three straight losses on the road, are back home on Saturday night at 7:30 against the Pittsburgh Riverhounds. Tampa Bay is seventh in the Eastern Conference standings and was eliminated from the U.S. Open Cup Wednesday after a 1-0 loss in the second round at host Jacksonville of the National Premier Soccer League.PHOTO COURTESY OF THE ROWDIESThe Rowdies Stuart Campbell has been the head coach of the team since August 2015. Nadal has high praise for Shapovalov after beating teenagerHe was really serving big and I had some mistakes with the return. It was not a comfortable match against a lefty who serves big and goes for his shots.Hes good in all aspects. The only thing he needs is a little bit more time.ŽRafael Nadal

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WHO: Punta Gorda Downtown Merchants Association, Inc. MISSION STATEMENT: To advance the revitalization of downtown by supporting and promoting existing businesses and new businesses. Working for development that is pedestrian friendly and presents an overall image of quality. WHERE: The area of Punta Gorda covered by the Downtown Merchants Association is from the Peace River south to Charlotte Avenue, MLK Boulevard on the east to Harvey Street on the west. WHY: Our aim is to be proactive with our City Fathers in helping them make the right choices in getting us moving more quickly and in the right direction. Friday, May 18, 2018 € Since 1893 LIKE THE PUNTA GORDA HERALD ON HERALDPUNTA GORDA ANIMAL WELFARE LEAGUE INSIDEPoker Run fun raiser P | 6 P | 4 P | 740 Years Ago ƒ€ € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € €Sweet tooth time Debi Malinoski was talking about her role as the new president of Punta Gordas Downtown Merchants Committee. She was sitting in the back of her Marion Avenue shop, HipNotique. The door bell was ringing regularly upfront. Outside, the Block Party was just getting started. I just stepped into this role, and I dont know what to expect,Ž Malinoski was saying, but I really want to know what the merchants in the downtown district want to see happen „ or not happen. What do they want to change? What do they like? What dont they like? I want to hear from everybody.Ž At that moment, the associations new vice president, Stacey Deffenbaugh-Meyer, happened to stop by. Deffenbaugh-Meyer is the wife of FM Dons co-owner and executive chef Keith Meyer and a relative newcomer to the ebb and ”ow of downtown. Deffenbaugh-Meyer didnt blink. She wanted to see more ”ow. We would like to just reach out to everybody and hear what they have to say and get everybody involved if they choose to be,Ž she said. I bring kind of a fresh perspective. Debi and I work well together as businesswomen. Were hoping everyone in this community can do the same.Ž The two women, along with the other association of“cers, are hoping to create a new vision for downtown, one that includes a voice in development, closer cooperation between restaurants and retailers, and a punch-up of the Alive After 5 monthly street event. A little more than a year ago, the Downtown Merchants Association merged into the Punta Gorda Chamber of Commerce as a fully enveloped committee, under the longtime leadership of Jerry Presseller. Presseller is retiring, and although he will continue to manage the highly successful Saturday Farmers Market downtown, the time had come for new blood.New leadership out to create new visioncontinued on page 3 HERALD PHOTO BY RUSTY PRAYDebi Malinoski and Stacey Deenbaugh-Meyer want to hear from other merchants as they chart the future of Punta Gordas Downtown Merchants Committee. Rusty Pray PGH CorrespondentRusty Pray is a freelance correspondent. Contact him at rustypray@gmail.com. adno=50534759 adno = 50534759 $10 OFF a $40or more Purchasew/coupon, Valid Mon-Thurs ONLY. Not Valid w/other o ers or prior purchase. 20% gratuity taxes added to the bill. EXP. 5/31/18941-575-75751975 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gordawww.phils41.comMon-Thurs, 11-9, Fri&Sat 11-102017 Dr. Rojasis now accepting Ne patients in Punta Gorda Call today to schedule an appointment!941-347-4592315 E Olympia Avenue, Suite 112 Punta Gorda, FL 33950 www. MillenniumPhysician .com adno=50534336

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Herald Page 2 Friday, May 18, 2018 Tomorrow, Saturday, May 19, Charlotte Behavioral Health Care (CBHC), will lead the charge in smashing the stigmaŽ of mental illness at its annual Mental Health Awareness Walk. Everyone is invited to join at 9 a.m. at the Laishley Park pavilions for a brief program followed by a 1-mile walk through the beautiful Harbor Walk. No registration is necessary and this event is kid and pet friendly. Help raise awareness for mental health and smash the stigma.Ž € € € Also, save the date for the 15th Annual Summer Ball: A Summer Night on the Orient Express, presented by the Fred Lang Foundation to benefit Charlotte Behavioral Health Care (CBHC). The 2018 Summer Ball will be held at 6 p.m. on Saturday, July 21, at the Charlotte Harbor Event & Conference Center in Punta Gorda. Tickets are $100 each. It is the mission of Fred Lang Foundation, a 501(c)(3) not for profit charitable organization, to help individuals find the hope for a brighter tomorrowŽ through effective mental health and substance abuse treatment provided to children and families in Charlotte County. For more information, call 941-347-6407. € € € One last PSA: Be prepared! Hurricane season of“cially begins June 1. Start gathering your supplies earlier rather than later. Dont get caught in the last minute rush for bottled water, ”ashlights, battery-operated radios, extra batteries and of course bread, milk and toilet paper. You dont want to be without.TODAYMeet Annie the owl from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Center Court of Fishermens Village, 1200 W. Esplanade, Punta Gorda.SATURDAY, MAY 19Punta Gorda Farmers Market, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., corner of Olympia Avenue and Taylor Street, Punta Gorda. Call 941-391-4856 or email jerry@puntagordafarmersmarket. com. American Legion Post 103 Outdoor Market, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., 2101 Taylor Road, Punta Gorda. For more information, call 941-626-2567. Bicycle ride departs at 8:30 a.m. from Acme Bicycle Shop, 615 Cross St., Suite 1116, Punta Gorda. All riders welcome. Helmet required. Details: 941-639-2263. Story Time from 10:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. at Copperfish Books 103 W. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda. All are welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Punta Gorda Chocolate & Wine offers a tasting of chocolates, along with premier wines and craft beers from around the world, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, call 941-626-2008. The Southwest Florida Rebellion girls fast-pitch softball team is holding a car wash fundraiser from noon to 4 p.m. at the Punta Gorda office of Charlotte State Bank & Trust, 2331 Tamiami Trail. The team is raising money to help fund a trip to a national tournament in Titusville this year. The 13-member team is made of up girls 18 and under, who are requesting a $5 minimum for each car wash, but donations in any amount are appreciated. For more information, call Coach Barnes at 941-916-5870.SUNDAY, MAY 20Open Air Market from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at History Park, 501 Shreve St., Punta Gorda. American Legion Post 103 Outdoor Market, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., 2101 Taylor Road, Punta Gorda.MONDAY, MAY 21Live music with Jeff Hughes from 6 p.m.-10 p.m. at Hurricane Charleys 300 W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda.TUESDAY, MAY 22FGCU Foreign Film Series-ŽBallad of a SoldierŽ (1959 Russia) 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at FGCUs Renaissance Academy, 117 Herald Court, Suite 211, Punta Gorda. The fee is $5. Call 941-505-0130.WEDNESDAY, MAY 23Live music with Torched from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at Deans South of the Border 130 Tamiami Trail.THURSDAY, MAY 24Charlotte Memorial Funeral Home 9400 Indian Springs Cemetery Rd. in Punta Gorda will host Birds of ParadiseŽ artist reception from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The evening is part of the Art in Public PlacesŽ program. For more information, call 941-639-1171. TABLE OF CONTENTSCongratulations ....................3,5 Community Beat .................4,6 40 Years Ago .........................7 HAPPENINGS ON THE HARBOR Sherri Dennis PGH EditorSherri Dennis is editor of the Punta Gorda Herald. Contact her at pgherald@sun-herald.com or call 941-206-1010.Help Smash the Stigma Glen Nickerson Charlotte Sun Publisher ..... 206-1006 Jim Gouvellis Exec. Editor ............................ 206-1134 Garry Overby Charlotte Sun Editor ............... 206-1143 Sherri Dennis Herald Editor ......................... 206-1010 pgherald@sun-herald.comADVERTISINGLori White, Advertising Account Executive ....... 205-6404 Laura Speer Advertising Account Executive ..... 205-6405 Dan Dykes, Advertising Account Executive ........ 205-6409 CIRCULATIONMark Yero, Circulation Director ........................ 206-1317 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980 941-206-1000PUNTA GORDA HERALD MEMBER of the Audit Bureau of Circulation. USPS 743170 The Sun is published daily by Sun Coast Media Group, Inc., 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980-2198. adno=50536432 Wece Dr. Rojas to Punta Gorda! 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Friday, May 18, 2018 Herald Page 3 At a recent meeting, Malinoski and Deffenbaugh-Meyer were elected to their posts; Rich Lancette of Hessler Floor Coverings was elected secretary; John Wright, president of the Punta Gorda Chamber, was elected treasurer; and Dave Campbell of Campbells Enrolled Agents and Yvonne Kirdy of Florida Community Bank were elected of“cers. Jerry has always had downtown Punta Gordas best interests at heart,Ž Wright said. He created and continues to manage the award-winning Saturday Farmers Market and had the vision to bring street parties to our downtown core with the goal of showcasing all downtown businesses. Debi realizes she has big shoes to “ll, but with renewed energy I am sure therell be even more exciting things to come.Ž As a “rst step, Malinoski wants to hear from the other merchants. I want to know what we can do to revitalize,Ž she said. We have a whole new generation of people here. Its really no longer just a retirement community. There are plenty of dreamers and Millennials, people with children. We need things for them.Ž We want more people to get involved.Ž Email Malinoski at Debi@hipnotique. net.FROM PAGE 1COVER STORY Local resident Bob Robinson has successfully released his third album. Movin OnŽ is compilation of very diverse instrumental music. When asked to describe his genre Bob says, my music is a cross between instrumental jazz, funk, disco and easy listening.Ž Bobs music has been licensed for “lms, the gaming industry and overhead music for retail environments, among a few. His “rst two albums Soundtrack Of My LifeŽ and Just Let It GoŽ have been successful, particularly on streaming sites like Spotify and Apple Music. His music is playing in over 24 countries, including the USA, France, Spain and Germany. He has also composed music for “lms. One “lm, Little PolluteŽ won a national cable Ace award. Bob can be found performing locally in the Mixed Up Duo and also with the Soulsystem Band. I really enjoy playing live and having fun with our audience, there is nothing else like bringing the joy of music into peoples lives.Ž Bob Robinsons albums can be purchased on Amazon and iTunes and can also be streamed on Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play and many other sites. For more information, visit www. BobRobinsonmusiconline.com.Punta Gorda resident Bob Robinson releases third albumPROVIDED BY BOB ROBINSON Art in Public Places plannedCharlotte Memorial Funeral Home, 9400 Indian Springs Cemetery Rd. in Punta Gorda will host an artist reception from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on May 24. The Birds of ParadiseŽ artist reception featuring the beautiful acrylic paintings of Marilyn Dorsey. Music by Chris G. and food and wine will be provided. The reception is part of the Charlotte County Art Councils Art in Public PlacesŽ program. For more information, call 941-639-1171.Post 103 Auxiliary dinner fundraiserThe American Legion Post 103 Auxiliary will hold their monthly dinner fundraiser from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday, May 25 at the Post, 2101 Taylor Road, Punta Gorda. The special will be taco salad bowl for $8 and also available are “sh and shrimp dinners. Entertainment for the night will be It Takes TwoŽ beginning at 6:30 p.m. This fundraiser will help support the Auxiliarys many charities. The Post is smoke free and the dinner is open to the public. For more information, call 639-6337. HAPPENINGS ON THE HARBOR adno=50534780 € Adoption € Intake € Grooming € Full Line of Bird Supplies € Food € Toys € Cages Tues-Thurs 10…5, Sat 10-4, Fri, Sun and Mon by appt only 1205 Elizabeth St., Unit I Punta Gorda, FL 33950 941-347-8876 www.ParrotOutreachSociety.org Exotic Bird Rescue 501c3 Non-Profit adno=50534757 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED CAN YOU SPARE JUST 3 HOURS PER WEEK?

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Herald Page 4 Friday, May 18, 2018 The Animal Welfare League recently held a Poker Run fundraiser with the proceeds bene“tting the shelter. The run started at the shelter, located at 3519 Drance St., and ended at Harley Davidson Black Widow. It was a great day to ride for the animals. AWL Poker Run DD, who is up for adoption, sneaks a kiss for Marty Zangus, right, as Melissa Matherson smiles. Keith and Dena Boyd Gary and Cherie GeorgeHERALD PHOTOS BY SUE PAQUINBraxton Meyeraan, Tim Butler, Austin Jimenez Deborah and Ray Shapiro John and Jamie Bunkley Gene Velt and Tony Shore Volunteers Bruce Klemish, Sandi Fitzsimmons and Joanne Godfrey Rhonda Miller holds on to one of the dogs up for adoption, while Kelly Cromer gives him a scratch behind the ears. Sue Paquin PhotojournalistSue Paquin is a freelance photographer. Contact her at sjpaquinphoto@gmail.com.Community beat Located Across from Fishermens Village 210 Maud St, Punta Gorda FL 33950 | www.visualartcenter.org | (941) 639-8810 Hours: Mon Fri, 9am 4pm & Saturday, 10am 2pm Happening This Week at the Visual Arts CenterWine & Cheese Reception May 17 Join us Tonight @ 5:00pm € Awards Reception for Pictures in Paradise in Go Gallery 5:00pm Tonight € Silent Auction of rare artwork in Rebecca Hall Ends 7:00pm TonightNow Showing In the Galleries Always Free and Open to the Public! € Charlotte County Schools on display thru May 19 Elem. Reception May 19, 1-3pm € Pictures in Paradise in Go Gallery May 11 31Open Art & Pottery Studio Try any Class! Call for Availability € Art Open Studio (with an Instructor), 3 hours $30 ($24 member) € Beginner (with an Instructor) Pottery Open Studio, 3 hours $40 ($32 member) € Advanced (w/out Instructor) Pottery Open Studio, 3 hours $25 ($20 member) Art Explorers Summer Camp Register at visualartcenter.org! € Art Camp for ages 8 14 June 4 July 20 $85 per child/per week € Teen Only classes Comics, Drawing, Pottery, Photography and Stained GlassCall to Artists € Water, Water, EverywhereŽ exhibit receiving in MAIN May 21, 9am 12pm adno=50534721 615 Cross Street, Suite 1114, Punta Gorda (located in the Cross Trails Center on Southbound SR 41)941-621-8259 Lunch Menu Specials Starting at $6.95 EachGift Certi“ cates AvailableTues-Sat 11 am to 2:30 pm and 4 pm to 9 pm € Closed Sundays and Mondays for the Summer adno=50534603deliciousthai cuisineContact Us to Cater Your Special Occasion $5.00 OFF $25 or more $10.00 OFF $50 or moreClosed Mon., May 21st Tues., May 22nd Wed., May 23rd Re-opening Thurs., May 24th

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Herald Page 5 Deputy First Class Joella Moore was recently honored by the Florida Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) with their Law Enforcement Commendation Medal. The medal recognized her work with the youth at Crossroads New Hope Academy, as a school resource officer with the Charlotte County Sheriffs Office, and in her personal life within the community. The Sons of the American Revolution is a patriotic, historical, and educational non-profit organization which values teaching an appreciation of American citizenship. DFC Moore has dedicated much of her career with the Sheriffs Office to enriching students lives as a School Resource Officer, and consistently seeks out new and unique ways to interact with youth in our community, doing her best to build their civic engagement and capacity for change. DFC Joella Moore infuses our core values of Integrity, Professionalism, and Trust in her everyday work with our youth population. Congratulations DFC Joella Moore!Deputy commended for involvement with community youthProvided by CHARLOTTE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE PHOTO PROVIDEDDeputy First Class Joella Moore Women Who Care Charlotte County recently celebrated its one year anniversary. They had 25 new women who committed to membership, bringing the total to 79 members. The anniversary meeting had three presentations given and the non-pro“t, Its Our Turn Inc., was this quarters winner. With the new commitments and a matching donation of $2,500, Its Our Turn, Inc., will receive $10,400. Founded in 2014, Its Our Turn, Inc., is a charity whose mission is to help local Veterans in need, made possible through donations and the annual Memorial Day Veterans 10k and 5k fundraiser. Race information can be found at www.memorialdayrace.org Women Who Care Charlotte County have now blessed “ve Charlotte County organizations with total donations of $24,900. The group now meets at the Visual Arts Center, 210 Maude St., Punta Gorda. The next meeting is scheduled for 5 p.m. to 6 :30 p.m. on Monday, July 23. Mark your calendar and invite your friends.Women Who Care celebrate anniversaryProvided by FAY LUEPNITZ PHOTO PROVIDEDCheck presentation to Its Our Turn, Inc. From left: MJ Bellino, Michael Santiago, Susan Coldiron, Allen Carsten, Errol Morgan and Fay Luepnitz Memorials in the Sun Honor your passed loved ones anytime with a personalized memorial tribute. Call (941) 206-1028 for rates. Your source for fishing,boating and outdoor newsevery Thursday only in your Sun newspaper In memory of many, in honor of all„Thank You U.S. Flags will be placed at the Restlawn Memorial Gardens interment & entombment sites of all Veterans on Memorial Day weekend to honor their memory. This observance is sponsored with Restlawn, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #5960 and the Cultural Center. Memorial Day Services Monday, May 28, 2018„11:00 AM held at The Cultural Center of Charlotte County THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND Post 5960 ( 9 4 1 ) 6 2 5 4 1 7 5 „ 2 2 8 0 A a r o n S t P t C h a r l o t t e adno=50536587 adno=50537182Did you know Quigley Eye Specialists performs more cataract surgery than any other practice in SWFL and o ers the most advanced treatment options available today? If you have blurry vision or just want to make sure your eyes are healthy, we have the right specialist for you. Call to schedule your evaluation today.Punta Gorda 941-200-1480QuigleyEye.comO ces in Lee, Collier & Charlotte Counties*Number one cataract practice based upon 2016 volume in Lee, Charlotte and Collier Counties. Established over 45 years ago And Growing Weekly Outdoor MarketSaturday 8 am to 1 pm Small Engine Repair, Hernandez Fresh Produce, Fresh Herbs, Books, Coffee, Avon, Bamboo Sheets, Tropical Fruit Trees, Plants, Artesian Crafts, Knives, Fishing Tackle Call For Vendor Info Gourmet Snacks With Gourmet Flavors941-626-2569 2101 Taylor Rd., Punta GordaAmerican Legion Post #103 adno=50527797

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Herald Page 6 Friday, May 18, 2018 Copperfish Books recently invited grade school children to visit the bookstore, make their own original book, and enjoy an ice cream treat. All materials and ice cream were provided at this free family friendly event.Make a book and enjoy ice cream Friends Giovanni Hernandez, 9, and Tristan Grover, 8. Alex, 6, and Tiany Meyer Five-year-old Corbin made a book for his mom, Nicole Reeverts. Abigail Koch enjoys her ice cream. Lynda Strachan and her granddaughter, Dakota Mann, 5.HERALD PHOTOS BY SUE PAQUINThe reading room was full.Community beat Sue Paquin PhotojournalistSue Paquin is a freelance photographer. Contact her at sjpaquinphoto@gmail.com. adno=50534593 SALVATION ARMY THRIFT STORES Open: Mon. Sat. 9am 5pm 1048 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda C a l l T o S c h e d u l e A P i c k u p F o r C a l l T o S c h e d u l e A P i c k u p F o r Call To Schedule A Pickup For L a r g e F u r n i t u r e & A p p l i a n c e s L a r g e F u r n i t u r e & A p p l i a n c e s Large Furniture & Appliances (941) 637-1981 DONATIONS NEEDED! Your donation makes a big differenceŽ P l e a s e D o n a t e C l e a n U s a b l e I t e m s P l e a s e D o n a t e C l e a n U s a b l e I t e m s Please Donate Clean, Usable Items. adno=50534762 Now accepting pick up in Arcadia. All money received from donations in Arcadia will be utilized to assist DeSoto County residents in need. Charlotte County to assist people in need in Charlotte County.

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Herald Page 7 Excerpts from 40 years ago Punta GordaDo you remember when?FROM OUR ARCHIVES Janine Smith 40 Years AgoJanine Smith writes about Punta Gordas historic past. Contact her at janinehs1@ comcast.net. (Excerpts from the Daily Herald-News May 18, 1978 through May 24, 1978)Armed Forces DayMany Americans celebrate Armed Forces Day annually on the third Saturday in May to pay tribute to men and women who serve the United States.County 911 Plan wins state approvalThe proposed county-wide emergency phone network that would offer faster and easier police, ambulance and “re service, received a solid boost. The procedure includes dialing a single set of digits. John Derr, director of Charlotte County Disaster Preparedness, said, a state of“cial reported the phone concept has been given verbal approval. This virtually clears the way for a $77,000 state grant for the necessary equipment and installation. The news means that the plan which would link county residents to emergency help by simply dialing 911 should be in operation by January 1, 1979. The verbal state blessing includes endorsement of having calls for help: From Punta Gorda residents, calls go straight to city police department, as requested by Police Chief Don Bennett.Disaster AdviceJohn Derr, director of Charlotte County Disaster Preparedness, showed an eighth grade class of Punta Gorda Junior High School the symbol of Civil Defense. Derr is giving a series of lessons he is conducting for the youngsters.Popular self-pump plan not pleasing all stationsMore and more Charlotte County residents are becoming their own gas attendants. They turn to cheaper prices offered by self-service pumps, now available at many stations. There are mixed emotions among the area dealers. Ron Pressley of Gulf Station on U.S. 41 in Port Charlotte likes it. Less pressure on me and my men.Ž John Blair, independent owner of Texaco Station in Punta Gorda said, We have a split island. We get mechanical work from these people. They realize that there is something wrong with their car and just move over to the other part of the island.ŽNew Officers Purple HeartThe South West Chapter 426 Military Order of the of the Purple Heart, installed new of“cers for the upcoming year. They also welcomed a new member. The installed of“cers are: Hank Newcomb, “nance of“cer; Kenneth W. Clark Jr, adjutant; Fred Sewell Jr., vice commander; Ernest Zeis, second vice commander; George Kaufmann, commander; and James H. Jennings, chaplain. Elliott Tomkins is the new member.Punta Gorda Kiwanis Club New OfficersNew of“cers of the Punta Gorda Kiwanis Club include John Whitmore, director; Vern Bapst, director; John Blair, second vice president; Larry Baillargeon, president; Bob English, secretary; Norman Rodman, director; Bert Nye, director; Paul Monroe, immediate past president; Mike Rooney, director; Gene Finney, “rst vice president; Dana South, director; Rex Ferrero, treasurer; Tom Frame, director; and Earl McAfee, director.Vast majority passed students literacy testsResults of Floridas Functional Literacy Tests showed that most local students have what it takes to earn their high school diplomas. Test results indicated that 97 percent of the 470 juniors tested showed mastery in practical reading and writing skills. Results in the mathematics portion of the test indicated that 74 percent of the eleventh graders showed mastery of that section. Students also scored well on the basic academic tests, administered to third, “fth, eighth and eleventh graders. Charlotte County Schools Superintendent, James Lawless stated that students showed passing scores of 83 to 97 percent on “ve of the eight educational standards. The important thing now is for schools to study their results and strengthen their programs where needed.Ž Lawless expressed pleasure over the students performances. We aim for good scores to be typical for our school system.ŽCharlottes Hearns and Fleeman Named Lawless RecipientsCharlotte High Seniors, Jackie Hearns and Tim Fleeman were awarded. They were presented with the annual Charlotte Kiwanis Clubs Burton Lawless Award.Ž The event took place at the spring award night Monday night in the Charlotte High School Cafeteria. The award is given annually to the students who demonstrated outstanding sportsmanship on and off the athletics “elds. Fleeman played football and basketball; Hearns was on the basketball, football and track teams.Letters to Dr. Lawrence Lamb. WalkingDear Dr. Lamb: I would be interested in learning your comments on jogging, tennis, golf or other forms of exercise for a person with an irregular pulse and palpitations. I am a male and weigh 183 pounds. The only medicine I take is anoxin. Thank You.Ž Dear Reader: It depends entirely on what causes the palpitations or irregularities. Since you require heart medicine, you should not engage in any strenuous exercise. I would approve of a daily walking habit. Start gradually and try to build up to three miles a day. You can walk the distance in divided amounts rather than all at one time. I would not recommend jogging or tennis, unless your doctor approves. 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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 1 As we look back on the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, we are reminded of the perils that accompany living in beautiful Southwest Florida. Hurricane Irma presented the entire peninsula with a near worst-case scenario and necessitated not only the largest evacuation in the history of Charlotte County, but also the largest evacuation that Florida has ever experienced. A total of 6.8 million individuals took to the roads. Residents and visitors took notice early due to the size and intensity of Irma and fresh memories of devastation in Texas from Hurricane Harvey, only two weeks earlier. This was also the “rst time the National Hurricane Center published Probabilistic Storm Surge graphics, which dramatically depict the danger of storm surge based on the forecast track and intensity on maps colorfully highlighting expected surge height above ground level. These graphics once again illustrated the vulnerability our portion of the Gulf Coast has to storm surge. Despite all the factors stacked up against Charlotte County, we were spared the devastating effects of Irma due to a slightly more easterly track of the storm. Luckily, we can reflect on the lessons learned from that storm from a relatively unscathed position; several of the counties to our south were not as lucky. It is now critical that we look at what we as a community can do to improve upon our readiness going into the 2018 hurricane season. The FEMA administrator stated that Americans need to develop a true culture of preparednessŽ when discussing the record-breaking year in disasters that was 2017. Outside assistance is not immediate; especially when nearly an entire state with 20 million residents experiences some level of impact from a disaster. Government, residents, faith-based groups, businesses and organizations all have the ability to in”uence the state of preparedness and resiliency of a community. Individual and family preparedness plans are more important than ever. Plans should include those supplies needed to sustain you and your family for at least three days when power outages may be prolonged, running water may be unsafe to drink and roadways may be impassable. Those plans should also address where you will go in the event an evacuation order is issued for your area. Shelters should not be the “rst option when planning for evacuation destinations. Shelters exist only to provide a safe refuge and lack the comforts that you could expect at a friend or family members home or hotel outside of an evacuation area. Businesses can plan ahead of time to ensure the resiliency of their operations. Opening as soon as possible after a disaster is vital to the survival of the business and the community returning to normalcy. Faith-based groups and organizations assist in recovery by both serving their membership and interacting with the community at large. Prepare now to stay safe this hurricane season Charlotte Emergency Management DirectorGerard Mallet GERARD | 5SATURDAY, MAY 19, 201810 a.m. 3 p.m. at CHARLOTTE HARBOR EVENT & CONFERENCE CENTER75 Taylor Street, Punta Gorda Hurricane preparedness seminars at 10:30 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. Featuring: Jim Farrell and WINK News meteorologists and anchors, Jerry Mallet with Charlotte County Emergency Management and The American Red Cross President David Dunn-Rankin Publisher Glen Nickerson Executive Editor Jim Gouvellis Section Editors Nathan Lane Nicole Noles Design & Layout Copy Desk Advertising Manager Stacie Goldberg Account Executives Bibi Gafoor Dan Dykes Ed Geary Jim Commiskey Laura Speer Lori White Rebecca L. Cross Scot Stevens Stephanie Feola Published by A product of Sun Coast Media Group PHOTO PROVIDEDA sign along U.S. 41 advertises some buildings in Charlotte County oer cell charging stations and free wi for those without power after Hurricane Irma.

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Page 2 Friday, May 18, 2018 As Hurricane Irma barreled up the Florida peninsula in September last year, she left in her wake substantial damage. The Of“ce of Insurance Regulation posted new insurance-loss estimates from the massive storm on its website in April. Though the “gures were down more than $600 million from the original estimates, the total was still almost $7.38 billion, with the most extensive destruction in the southern part of the state. Here on the Suncoast, we werent hit quite as hard as places like Key West or Collier County, but considering the size and unpredictability of the substantial hurricane, there were certainly some anxious moments in the Charlotte and Sarasota County Emergency Management centers, as they were tasked with preparing for a worst-case scenario. Ashley Lusby, with Sarasota County Emergency Services, said those preparations resulted in excellent practice for a time when Southwest Florida may not be so fortunate during a hurricane. Sarasota County is most proud of the coordination and teamwork of all county, city and community partners in the preparation, response and recovery from the hurricane,Ž she said. We had tremendous support from the Sarasota County School District and Florida National Guard during shelter operations. Also, we are very proud of all the Sarasota County staff members who were not able to be with their families to work through out the storm „ they put the communitys needs ahead of their own, which is the very de“nition of public service.Ž Charlotte County Emergency Management has a Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan that they put into action during Hurricane Irma. The plan provides for the structure of the organization at the Emergency Operations Center, which is then activated to deal with the incident, in this case, a hurricane. Gerard Mallet, director of the CCEM, said his team learned a lot from their preparations for the hurricane, speci“cally what they could do to improve their response the next time a storm is heading our way. We will be investigating new and existing facilities that may be used for shelters,Ž he said. Charlotte County, like most Southwest Florida counties, has a de“cit of shelter spaces for large storms like Irma. Although that is not something we can change in the short term, long-term solutions are always being sought.Ž In the shelters that his team is able to open, Mallet said he would like to increase the numbers of county staff and volunteers, to better serve the citizens who have come there for safety. He also emphasized the importance of working more closely with assisted living facilities (ALF) and nursing homes in the county to ensure their emergency plans are updated and in compliance with new legislation regarding generators. In late March this year, Gov. Rick Scott signed SB 7028 and HB 7099, which made permanent the emergency rules requiring every nursing home and ALF in Florida to have emergency generators to keep residents safe. This action was taken following the tragedy in Hollywood, Florida, that took place during Hurricane Irma. Fourteen residents of a nursing home there died after an electric transformer that powered the buildings air conditioning was damaged. Though the home had a generator designated to operate life-saving equipment, there was no generator to power the air conditioning, and the residents were left gasping for air in temperatures in the upper 90s. Given the enormous size and “erce strength of Hurricane Irma, Sarasota County ordered mandatory evacuations of its barrier islands as the storm headed their way. Those residents on the Island of Venice, many of whom are seniors without a transportation option if the buses are shut down, were unsure of where they should go. Part of the problem was that one of the only shelters on the island, the Venice Community Center, was built to withstand winds of at least a Category 3 storm, but was still susceptible to extreme ”ooding, based on Lessons learned from Hurricane IrmaBy DEBBIE FLESSNERSUN CORRESPONDENT RESOURCESBoth Charlotte and Sarasota counties have resources to help find your evacuation zone and to assist you and your family in preparing for an impending storm. Charlotte Countys evacuation zones are listed at https://www. charlottecountyfl.gov/services/emergencymgmt/Pages/Know-Your-Zone. aspx. You can type in your address and it will give you your zone. To find out what Sarasota County zone you live in, visit https://ags2. scgov.net/KnowYourZone/. Both counties hurricane preparedness pages can be found at the following: https://www.charlottecountyfl. gov/services/emergencymgmt/ Pages/Hurricanes.aspx http://sarasota.floridahealth.gov/ programs-and-services/emergency-preparedness-and-response/ hurricanes.html ORLANDO SENTINEL VIA APTrac rolls at a crawl on the northbound lanes of Floridas Turnpike near the intersection of I-75 in Wildwood, Fla. on Sept. 8, 2017. Motorists evacuated for the anticipated arrival of Hurricane Irma. IRMA | 4

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 3adno=50534041NUMBERS TO KNOWEMERGENCY ..............................................................911During a hurricane, do not use 911 unless it is life threatening.CHARLOTTE COUNTYCharlotte County Emergency Management .....941-833-4000 Charlotte County Sheri s O ce ......................941-639-2101 Charlotte County Fire and EMS........................941-833-5600 Charlotte County Public Works ........................941-575-3600 Punta Gorda Police Department ......................941-639-4111 Punta Gorda Fire Department ..........................941-575-5529 Englewood Area Fire Control District ...............941-474-3311 Englewood Water District .................................941-474-3217 American Red Cross ........................................941-629-4345SARASOTA COUNTYSarasota County Emergency Management .....941-861-5000 Sarasota County Sheri s O ce ......................941-861-5800 SCSO non-emergency assistance ............941-316-1201 Sarasota County Public Works .........................941-861-5000 North Port Fire Department ..............................941-240-8150 North Port Police Department ..........................941-429-7300 North Port Utilities 24/7 emergency .................941-240-8000 American Red Cross ........................................941-379-9300DESOTO COUNTYEmergency Management .................................863-993-4831 Arcadia Police Department ..............................863-993-4660 DeSoto County Sheri s O ce .........................863-993-4700 DeSoto County Fire & Rescue ..........................863-993-4842 Animal Control ..................................................863-993-4855 American Red Cross ........................................863-494-2348FEDERAL/STATE AGENCIESFlorida Division of Emergency Management ....850-413-9969 ...........................................................TTY 800-226-4329 Florida O ce of Insurance Regulation .............850-413-3140 Florida Power & Light .......................................941-639-1106 File an Insurance Complaint .............................877-693-5236 Out of State ...............................................850-413-3089 Small Business Administration .........................941-743-6179 Florida Department of Elder A airs ..................800-963-5337 ...................................................................850-414-2000 Florida Department of Financial Services ........877-693-5236 National Flood Insurance Program ...................888-379-9531 Disaster assistance ..................................800-621-FEMA Citizens Property Insurance Corporation .........866-411-2742 Quality Self-Storage in Punta Gorda A Safe and Secure Place25477 Marion Avenue Punta Gorda, FL 33950LOCATED ON CORNER OF MARION AVE AND FLORIDA ST(941) 505-0626 www.PineappleStorage.com adno=50534062 adno=50536408(941) 575-8300 PUNTA GORDA (941) 743-2700 PORT CHARLOTTE www.Je MastersElectric.com Serving Charlotte County since 1985Don't Delay Safeguard Your Home This Storm Season! Call for your free surge protector quote today! adno=50534063 1515 Tamiami Trail Punta Gorda www.LTaylorFuneral.com € 941-833-0600 TAYLOR FUNERALand Cremation ServicesLarry e BEST Prices,Service & ResultsOur Mission is to Exceed Your Expectations!Installers were excellent and did a wonderful job. Would recommend this company to anyone! -DebFrom sales to customer service and willingness to accommodate. Granite Forever was wonderful. I would highly recommend them.-Marty941.625.6271 MARK@GRANITEFOREVER.COM 1544 Market Circle, Unit 906 Port Charlotte, FL 33953 | GRANITEFOREVER.COM FREEEstimates! adno=50534767 Serving Charlotte & Sarasota County $100OFFany purchase of 50 sq. ft. or moreWith this coupon, Not valid with other o ers or prior purchases. Expire 9/30/18

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Page 4 Friday, May 18, 2018 its location. Lusby said Sarasota County is also looking into more shelter options for residents. Were doing a revision of our Hurricane Evacuation Centers (formerly known as shelters) planning to include the use of Enhanced Hurricane Protection Area-rated or hardened hurricane evacuation centers,Ž she said. We will also be opening up all the hurricane evacuation centers at the same time instead of a phased tier, providing accessible, pet-friendly refuge for evacuees.Ž To address the transportation issue, Lusby said the county is developing a transportation plan for those who need assistance getting to the General Population Hurricane Evacuation Centers. Each time a significant storm is predicted to affect the Suncoast, there are some community members who are unsure about which evacuation zone they live in. Mallet said he would like to encourage Charlotte County residents to find out that information now, and then plan to leave earlier. Were recommending that when a storm is approaching, people do not wait for an evacuation order, because the earlier they evacuate, the more availability there is of fuel and accommodations,Ž he said. We are also making a number of technological and physical improvements at the Emergency Operations Center so that we may better provide the information necessary for residents and visitors to make decisions about their personal safety.ŽIRMAFROM PAGE 2 AP FILE PHOTOA familiar symbol for our state stands strong in the setting sun while cleanup work goes on in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. Trees played a role in some of the loss of power. adno=54532182€ Re-Roo“ ng € Repairs € Inspections € Roof Evaluations € Roof Coatings € Free Consultations Englewood Area Chamber 2017 Best in Business for business over 26 employees

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 5 Many in our community are already doing those things listed, as Charlotte County is not unfamiliar with devastating hurricanes. Charlotte County has examined those things that went well and the things that can be improved upon. We continue to strengthen our shelter program by training additional individuals to manage the shelters and practicing shelter operations. Our Special Needs program has been revamped to ensure a more accurate registry. We are in the midst of our public outreach season, where Emergency Management staff discuss preparedness tips, encourage registration in our emergency noti“cation system (Alert Charlotte) and introduce opportunities for residents to become involved in our Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.). Though Charlotte County not long ago received a direct hit from Hurricane Charley, everyone should keep in mind that no two storms are alike and that by preparing we remain resilient. Gerard Mallet is the emergency management director for Charlotte County.GERARDFROM PAGE 1 SUN FILE PHOTOA pine tree snapped during Hurricane Irma but did not damage the home near the Englewood Chamber of Commerce. P PROMISE TO EXCELLENCEA ACHIEVING MORE TOGETHERL LOVING LIFEM MEANINGFUL CONNECTIONSC COMPASSIONATE CAREToday and every day, let Parkside show you the dierence. Working together we are creating purposeful lives based upon I can do this.Ž Safety, security and love are always our promise to you. ASSISTED LIVING AND MEMORY COTTAGELOVE WHERE YOU LIVE 941.766.74442595 HARBOR BOULEVARD PORT CHARLOTTE, FLORIDA, 33952 BUILT ON A FOUNDATION OF STRONG PRINCIPLESLICENSE # AL 13075 ONSITE GENERATOR SOLID CONCRETE BLOCK CONSTRUCTION IMPACT RATED WINDOWS BUILT TO HIGHEST HURRICANE STANDARDS adno=50533085

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Page 6 Friday, May 18, 2018 There cannot be a stressful crisis next week. My schedule is already full.Ž „ Henry KissingerWhile we cant schedule a storm-related crisis, we can plan to reduce the stress that comes with it. Like having your insurance company explain your policy wont pay for all your damages. Or not being able to get an airconditioning company to make emergency repairs when its 95 degrees out with 90 percent humidity. Or realizing you need cash, but a storm has cut power to all ATM machines. However, knowing whats covered under your homeowners insurance policy, which contractors to call if needed, as well as having important items in one safe place can make a big difference in reducing pocketbook stress.WHATS MY COVERAGE?If you havent reviewed your homeowners insurance policy recently, sit down with your agent before suffering a loss. Verify theres suf“cient hazard coverage on the value of your home „ especially with rising area construction costs „ and its contents, Are your contents reimbursed for actual or replacement cash value? Thats the difference between what a used couch would fetch at a thrift store or a new one off the showroom ”oor. What happens if your windows are blown out, but current building codes require they be replaced by more expensive hurricane impact-resistant ones? Law and ordinanceŽ coverage pays for that signi“cant differential. If you dont have it, you pay for the upgrade. And your pool cage? After Hurricane Charley, most policies began dropping it from standardized coverage, making it a purchasable option. Seawalls and boat docks, however, cannot be insured. If shopping around, make sure youre comparing policies on an apples-to-apples basis, including the hurricane deductible amount. But understand, even with hurricane insurance coverage, only water damage caused by wind blowing water in through an opening is covered. Rising water damage caused directly by ”ooding is speci“cally excluded. Thats why its also important to talk with your insurance agent about a separate ”ood insurance policy. If you have a mortgage and live in what FEMA determines is a high-risk ”ood zone, getting ”ood insurance isnt an option. Youre required by the lender to purchase a policy. However, while not required, most homeowners in moderate-tolow-risk areas are eligible for coverage at preferred rates and should consider purchasing one as well. Just a few inches of interior water can cause tens of thousands of dollars in damage. Statistically, those outside of mapped high-risk ”ood areas “le nearly 25 percent of all ”ood insurance claims and receive one-third of federal disaster assistance for ”ooding. Jim Nolan, president of Nolan Family Insurance Agency in Punta Gorda, says ”ood policies issued by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) „ and purchasable through most insurance agents nationwide „ will be the best choice for the majority of homeowners. However, depending on residency status and ”ood zone area, private insurance policies may offer a better alternative. Those private companies can also offer excess ”ood insurance over and above standard NFIP limits. The week before Hurricane Irma made landfall, our of“ce received hundreds of calls from customers wanting to make sure they had proper coverage or wanting to purchase ”ood insurance,Ž said Nolan. In most situations, it was too late to make any changes to their policies or to purchase a new policy.Ž Thats because theres usually a 30-day waiting period after the premium is paid before a ”ood insurance policy becomes effective. Had Southwest Florida been on the wrong sideŽ of Irma, Nolan is convinced ”ood damage would have been far worse.HAVE A GO-TOŽ CONTRACTORS LIST Nows the time to prepare a list of trustworthy contractors, because good ones are harder to get after a storm. That means having a plumber, air conditioning contractor, electrician, door and window installer and, if appropriate, a septic contractor and a pool and spa contractor. Preferably, you should have an existing relationship with as many of these contractors as possible. Not only does it allow you to trust their work, but current customers will normally get preferential treatment in an emergency. Over 300 licensed contractors „ besides the key trades noted above „ as well as aluminum, drywall and roo“ng contractors and companies that specialize in debris removal, garage doors, gutters, and painting, are in the Charlotte-DeSoto Building Industry Associations directory, at www.cdbia.com or by calling 941-625-0804. CDBIA vets all members, Plan ahead to reduce pocketbook stressDAVID | 7 David Morris AP FILE PHOTOA roof is strewn across a homes lawn as Rick Freedman checks his neighbors damage from Hurricane Irma in Marco Island, Fla., Sept. 11, 2017.

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 7 including veri“cation of appropriate state and/or county licensure if its required. It will also check licensure of non-members if requested. Not surprisingly, unlicensed activity typically increases after a storm as scammers prey on desperate situations. But during a declared state of emergency, unlicensed contractor activity is a felony offense. And homeowners who knowingly hire unlicensed construction contractors face a “ne of up to $5,000. Additionally, your insurance company may not cover work performed without a permit. To verify Charlotte County licensure yourself call 941743-1201. For Punta Gorda, call 941-575-3324. In North Port, call 941-429-7016. And in DeSoto County „ including the City of Arcadia „ call 863-993-4811. The Better Business Bureau cautions to be wary of any contractor that demands full payment upfront or asks to have payments made to an individual rather than a company. A contractors vehicle should include the companys name and phone number. Resist high-pressure sales tactics, like only getting an offered deal if the contractor is hired on the spot. If possible use a credit card for added protection. Otherwise, pay by check, but never in cash. And get everything in writing. Additionally, realize hiring someone without liability and workers compensation insurance could make you liable for personal injuries on your property and the cost to repair any damage. GET A PORTABLE FIREPROOF BOXPut important documents, an external back up to your computers hard drive if its not in the cloud, an extra set of keys for your house and car, your safe deposit box key, a list of your valuable possessions with photos, and some cash in a “reproof-safe box. The Federal Trade Commission suggests those important documents should include copies of health insurance cards, Social Security cards, current prescriptions, policy numbers for auto, ”ood, and homeowners insurance, and a list of telephone numbers of your insurance companies. Also, make front and back copies of all credit and debit cards and a list of bank, loan, mortgage, and investment account numbers.REPORT PRICE GOUGINGFinally, if theres a declared emergency in our area, Florida law prohibits extreme increases in the price of such needed commodities as food, water, hotels, ice, gasoline, and lumber. If you suspect any price gouging, call the Attorney Generals hotline at 866-9-NO-SCAM (966-7226). David Morris is the Suns consumer advocate. Read Davids column every Tuesday in all editions of the Sun. Contact him c/o the Sun, 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980, e-mail dmorris@sun-herald. com or leave a message at 941-206-1114. DAVIDFROM PAGE 6 941.629.3490 € www.Harpers1980.comProtect your home while adding enjoyment to your everyday life.Contact Harper's today for a free estimate! COMPLETE HURRICANE PROTECTION ROLL-DOWN SHUTTERS ACCORDION SHUTTERS FABRIC ROLL-DOWNS PROTECTING YOUR SOUTHWEST FLORIDA HOME EVERY DAY! Licensed and Insured FREE Estimatesadno=50534605

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Page 8 Friday, May 18, 2018 When it comes to hurricane evacuation, island residents most critical decision isnt if, but when. Charlotte, Lee and Sarasota counties can order evacuations for barrier islands with the approach of a Category 1 or stronger hurricane, usually within 24 hours of expected landfall. That order can be issued 48 hours before anticipated landfall for Palm Island, which is accessible only by boat. But ultimately, if, when and how to evacuate is a decision each resident makes for himself. And it must be made sooner than mainlanders. The decision to stay or go is not much different than it is for anyone else, except (islanders) have to leave earlier and their avenues for escape are more restricted,Ž Charlotte County Emergency Management Coordinator Jerry Mallet said. Without question, they are going to be the first to be evacuated.Ž Therefore, he said, islanders must be prepared. They have to have an evacuation plan and know when they need to go and where they are going,Ž Mallet said. Responsibility for making that decision is clearly spelled out in the Thornton Key and Palm, Don Pedro, and Knight Islands community plans. It is important to note that island residents have chosen to live in a high-hazard area and must take individual responsibility for their decision and for the safety of themselves, their homes and their families,Ž a statement in the plan reads. It is the jurisdictional countys responsibility to notify residents of a mandatory evacuation. Hurricane evacuation procedures have been outlined by the three primary island advisory groups „ Manasota Key; Thornton Key/Palm/Don Pedro/Knight islands; and Gasparilla Island. The plans discuss notification, evacuation, re-entry, and power shortages. € Notification: Residents are encouraged to have a weather radio and stay abreast of a storms approach because evacuation alerts will be issued via radio and television. Public service officials will also notify residents either by public address systems, phone or by going door to door. € Evacuation: An evacuation order is issued for the barrier islands for an anticipated Category 1 or stronger storm, usually approximately 24 hours before the expected landfall. That order can be issued 48 hours ahead of time, in some cases. On Thornton Key, its probably a good idea to skedaddle when Charlotte County Fire and EMS officials at Station 10 start moving equipment off the island and then leave themselves. € Routes: During an evacuation, all bridges „ Tom Adams, Kosinski, Anne Merry, Boca Grande Causeway „ become one way for eastbound traffic only. No one will be allowed to come onto the islands. Once off the islands, sheriffs deputies will be stationed at pivotal intersections to direct traffic out of the area. Once evacuation is ordered, drawbridges will be locked in place to accommodate vehicular traffic. € Palm Island: Former Charlotte County Emergency Management Director Wayne Sallade often recalls how he has been asked the following question for more than 20 years: How do those people living on those bridgeless islands get to the mainland in an emergency? And, Sallade has responded with the same answer for more than 20 years. € Howd they get out there in the first place? Theyll come back the same way they conveyed themselves out there.Ž Private boats and Palm Island Transits ferry are the only ways on and off the island. Because relatively few residents live on the island during summers hurricane season, Palm Island Transit maintains evacuations have been orderly.Ž But the key is to plan ahead „ 48 hours ahead. Charlotte and Lee county officials, as well as planners at the Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council, say there will be no special ferry assigned to the island to assist evacuation „ even if one existed. So, be prepared to wait since it takes more than 30 minutes for the small ferry to make a roundtrip. Also, deteriorating wind and water conditions will, at some point, shut the ferry down. If you hear a distinct signal tone from the Station 10 siren, the ferry has shut down „ and youve missed the boat.Island evacuation: Timing is everything PHOTO PROVIDEDResidents need to pay attention to the zones in their neighborhood in order to know if there is a mandiatory evacuation. The yellow letter is posted under stop signs in many neighborhoods in Sarasota and Charlotte counties.EVACUATION | 9

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 9 € Re-entry: Manasota Key and Gasparilla Island have phased re-entries.Ž First-phase entry is by emergency officials to sweep for injuries, rescues, hazards, and assess damage. Next in are utility company workers. The third phase is an escorted entry with residents allowed to check on homes and retrieve valuables. Entry requires valid identification such as a drivers license, utility bill, tax bill or other papers that show name and address. Passes are issued to residents for future re-entry. On Palm Island and other smaller keys, there is no re-entry plan. Residents return to their homes when the ferry starts running again or by private boat. However, they are urged to wait until Charlotte County Fire and EMS officials have swept the islands. Mallet emphasizes the importance of presenting valid identification, noting the absence of these documents can be the difference between getting home quickly or waiting for hours, even days, to do so. Bring identification that verifies who you are and where you live,Ž he reiterated. In case of an extended power outage on Manasota Key, generators at sewage lift stations can be fueled by propane.EVACUATIONFROM PAGE 8 SUN FILE PHOTOColor-coded collars near the top of the pole on stop signs reveal evacuation zones. Red is rst to evacuate, then orange, yellow and green. SARASOTA CHARLOTTE LEE COLLIER WALK-IN MEDICAL CENTER LOCATIONS Venice 1287 U.S. 41 Bypass Venice, FL 34285 Phone: 941-244-5716 Open Seven Days A Week 7:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. North Port 13823 Tamiami Trail North Port, FL 34287 Phone: 941-888-0770 Open Seven Days A Week 7:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Englewood 2400 S McCall Rd, Suite C Englewood, FL 34224 Phone: 941-548-1716 Mon. Sat.: 7:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Sunday: 9:00 A.M. 3:00 P.M. Port Charlotte 2450 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte, FL 33952 Phone: 941-624-2704 Open Seven Days A Week 7:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Fort Myers 3691 Metro Parkway, Suite 110 Fort Myers FL 33912 Phone: 239-308-0005 Mon. Fri. : 8:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M. Bonita 9500 Bonita Beach Rd SE, Ste 101 Bonita Springs, FL 34135 Phone: 239-498-9294 Mon. Fri. : 8:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M. Sat. & Sun.: 9:00 A.M. 3:00 P.M. Naples 400 8th St N Naples, FL 34102 Phone: 239-649-3333 Mon. Fri.: 8:30 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Saturday: 8:30 A.M. 5:00 P.M. www. MillenniumPhysician .com DONT LET A MINOR HEALTH EMERGENCY GET YOU DOWN! MILLENNIUM PHYSICIAN GROUPS WALK-IN MEDICAL CENTERS ARE HERE FOR YOU. Our Walk-in Medical Centers Treat: € Sprains € Fractures € Sore Throat € Stitches € Lacerations € Flu € Burns € Infections & more! SKIP THE LINE!Text WALKIN to 41-411 to access this online feature and pre-register for your appointment. You can also see our current wait times! adno=50534839

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Page 10 Friday, May 18, 2018 Charlotte County has more than 150,000 residents, and a large number of those households have boats. Some people keep them in the canals, and some keep them on trailers. When hurricane season comes around, most people are focused on securing the home front, but dont forget your boats. When it comes to the trailerable boats, some people just use the webbing that is attached to the winch and a small strap at the stern. I tell boaters to “nd a few large ratchet straps and place one across the stern in front of the engine and one midship. Attach the hooks to each side of the trailer and cinch down. Some people have tie-down points in the side of the yard that they then attach the trailer to. You can drive temporary tiedown stakes into the ground in a pinch. Just be sure to check with FPL, the phone company or other utilities to be sure that you will not accidentally drive them into buried cables or piping. Lengths of rebar with hooks or loops bent into them work well for tie down stakes. If your boat is in dry dock, thats OK. Dry stack storage facilities built in recent years should be sturdy enough to handle winds up to 140 mph. The folks running the facility will have all the gear on hand to properly to secure your vessel. Do you keep your boat on a lift or davits? This could be one of the worst ways to try to keep your vessel safe during a hurricane. Pilings can snap, causing the vessel to fall into the water or puncture your vessels hull with the lower portion of the piling. If one side of the lift fails, you run the risk of your vessel getting wedged against the pilings and then you have to worry about the hull getting damaged and having water ”ood it. You also have to worry about the lift swaying around from the wind. This could cause damage to the lift as well as the vessel. I have heard people say they tied the cross members of the lifts to the pilings. I would not recommend this. If a tidal surge happens, then the vessel can rise off the lift and ”oat away. Keeping your vessel in the water with the proper storm lines can prove to be just “ne. One of things you want to tie to are tall pilings. If a tidal Nautical know-how: Secure your boatSTAFF REPORT SUN FILE PHOTOSSecure the boat from all angles because wind directions shift. When securing your boat, use a ratcheting strap at the stern as well as mid-ship. The trailer winch will take care of the bow for you. A big thank you to Cameron Parson for allowing me to use his boat to show one of the ways to strap a small boat to a trailer.BOAT | 13 What have you done to make sure your pets needs are met during the next BIGDISASTER?Pet Disaster Preparedness Can Save Lives P etDisasterPreparednessCan SaveLives animal welfare league of charlotte county 3519 drance st, port charlotte, fl www.awlshelter.org 941-625-6720 adno=50534438

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 11 While the peak occurrences for severe weather events in the United States happen between March and October, severe weather can occur at any time. In order to save lives, branches of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will issue public watches and warnings. Knowing the difference between the two can prepare individuals for the necessary steps to take when considering the threat of severe weather. Watches and warnings issued to the public are based on different criteria. Watches are issued by NOAAs Storm Prediction Centers and warnings are issued by local of“ces of the National Weather Service. A watch is issued when conditions are favorable, for example, either for a severe thunderstorm or tornadoes,Ž AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist Dan Kottlowski said. It doesnt mean severe weather is imminent.Ž Typical watches cover about 25,000 square miles, or about half the size of Iowa,Ž according to the Storm Prediction Centers. Kottlowski said there are no set criteria for issuing watches, but if the conditions seem consistent with a developing severe weather pattern, watches can be changed and altered by monitoring ongoing developments. It can vary,Ž he said. There is not just one set of ingredients; every watch may have a different set of perimeters from one day to the next since it is based on a synoptic situation that may change within several hours.Ž Warnings mean that severe weather is imminent and is based on speci“c criteria and existing reports received by the National Weather Service. The criteria include hail that totals more than 1 inch in diameter and wind speeds of 55 mph. Lightning is not a criteria for a severe thunderstorm warning,Ž Kottlowski said. Heavy rain is not either.Ž Warnings must follow the two main criteria, he said, adding urban ”ood and stream advisories, ”ash ”ood watches and warnings, and ”ood watches and warnings, may accompany a storm with heavy rain. Warnings are issued through the efforts of individuals working for the National Weather Service. The way a warning is issued is that a meteorologist will monitor the weather by radar and look for particular areas where there could be high impact damage,Ž Kottlowski said. They will issue a warning and there will be a signature for an existing storm or developing tornado.Ž Trained National Weather Service spotters will verify reports of rotation or storm damage. This gives the meteorologists con“dence in what they are seeing on radar,Ž he said.Whats the difference between Watches & Warnings?By MICHAEL KUHNEACCUWEATHER.COM WRITER 941.627.0566 € www.CharlotteHomeDecor.net2733 Tamiami Trl., Ste A € Port Charlotte, FL 33952Just south of Camila Restaurant on same side of Tamiami Trail € Mon-Fri 9-5 pm € Saturday by Appt.Family Owned & Operated for 36 Years! We are your place for any MOTORIZED window treatment needs.We service everywhere from Naples to Sarasota County!! We Manufacture Verticals & Wood CornicesBlinds € Shades € Plantation Shutters € Motorized Garage Sun Screens Motorization€ Now Handling Motorized Defender Hurricane Screens Joseph Cracchiolo Owneradno=50534527

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Page 12 Friday, May 18, 2018Before a hurricane€ Find a place to moor your boat. M ake sure the water will be deep enough at low tide. € Make a practice run to see how long it takes to navigate and secure. € Keep all records, including insurance papers, recent photos of the vessel, registration, equipment inventory and agreements, with other important documents. € Have available lines of adequate lengths. € Use chafing gear for all lines to protect them from wear at contact points. Old rags work well. € Use fenders of adequate size and strength. Old tires work well. € Use oversized anchors. € Keep fuel tanks full. € Keep batteries charged. An extra battery may come in handy as well. € Maintain bilge pumps.When a storm threatens€ When securing lines, consider tide ”uctuations and storm surge. If the line is too short, the boat can be pulled under or be damaged by rising tides. € Secure the boat from all angles, as wind directions switch. € Remove all movable equipment. € Seal all openings to the boat. € If the boat is left on a davit, leave the boat drains open. € Those securing a boat on a trailer: Place wooden blocks between the frame member and the axle inside each wheel. Let about half of the air out of the tires. Fill the boat 1/3 full of water to help hold it down. Tie the boat and trailer to a strong object using heavy-duty line. If your boat cannot be secured in this manner, remove the boat from the trailer. Partially “ll the boat with water and tie down the trailer.When a Hurricane Warning is issued€ Leave early for land. Do not block the passage of other boats. Help others secure their boats. Follow directions from local, state and national officials. € Do not stay aboard. € Do not try to outrun or move around a hurricane. Seas will be very rough.After a storm€ Check for damage. € Closely watch for debris and obstructions in the water. € Vessels that have sunk must be removed.Securing vessels before a storm SUN FILE PHOTOThere are some tips to keeping your boat aoat during hurricane season, but not all vessels will remain seaworthy after a storm. adno=50534790941-766-0975www.aatemperatureservices.comAir conditioning, heating, indoor air quality, & Wi-Fi controlsProudly serving all of SW Florida for over 18 yearsƒ with over 30 years of experience!No hassle service and sales. Our technicians are trained to repair AC systems not pressure you into buying items you do not need! Local Family owned & operated since 1998 Open 24 Hours FREE SERVICE CALL WITH REPAIR (A $125 VALUE) Not valid on prior purchases or services. Must present coupon at time of purchase Expires 11/30/18

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 13 surge comes in, you want to be sure that your vessel can ”oat up without the worry of the vessel coming to rest on short pilings. Slide Moore systems have become very popular over the past number of years. How safe are they in a big storm? I think the verdict is still out on it. I prefer to keep my vessel off the dock, so it has less of a chance to rub on the pilings that could damage the hull. If you live on a narrow canal with few boats, talk with the homeowners around you and see if it is OK to tie off to pilings at their docks. Tie your vessel to deadman anchors in the ground if they are available. Make sure all securing points are strong and chafe and corrosion free. When running lines to pilings, try to use a system that will rise and fall with the vessel. TideMinders should still be around for purchase. Try not to put your lines around palm trees, as they tend to get blown over due to not having a large root system. If need be, you can put anchors out into the canal and use those to help keep your vessel off the dock and more toward the center of the canal. Do this before you evacuate the area, as some boats may need to pass by your dock. Leave enough slack in the lines for the vessel to be able to rise and lower with the tidal surge. Make sure that you have cha“ng gear in place for any vessel that is not on a trailer as well. As the lines get stressed and or rub on the vessel, they heat up and will cause the line to start to break down and, at worst, break. Avoid putting knots in any of your lines, as it will be one of the areas that is affected by stress and heat. Some boaters keep their boats at anchor. Your boat may be able to ride out a storm if you prepare for it properly. You will want to fan out three anchors leading to a swivel that is then secured to your vessel via the anchor rope. Some people tie onto mooring balls. Talk to the folks in charge of them to “nd out what they are made of and what they are rated for. Not all mooring systems are created equal. Please do not attempt to ride the storm out on your boat! If you have a problem, it will be next to impossible for help to get to you and it could be a rough and life-threatening swim to shore. Secure your boat and head for a shelter or other safe place. Ultimately, you are responsible for your vessel if it happens to break free. A boat drifting around during a storm can damage docks, boats or bridges, and if they leak fuel or oil, the wildlife in and around the water can be affected. Our area is a breeding ground for millions of “sh and other animals. Everyone in the community is responsible for keeping these critters safe from things that they would not normally be exposed to. All the things I have mentioned above are just some examples of what to do before a hurricane or tropical storm hits. The best bet is to research different ways to secure your bo at prior to bad weather. Being prepared for the worst is always the best when it comes to getting ready for a storm or for a day on the water.BOATFROM PAGE 10 SUN FILE PHOTOHurricane Charley damaged many boats in Charlotte County in 2004. adno=50533110 LOW COST DENTURESSUSAN R. BROOKS, PADr. Susan R. Brooks General and Cosmetic Dentistry € Implant Dentistry € Crowns & Bridges € Fillings & Extractions € Teeth Whitening € Dentures € In O ce Same Day Denture Repair €Laser Gum TherapyNew Patients & Emergencies WelcomeSeniors Our SpecialtyŽ Financing Options Available We Accept Insurance 629-4311www.susanrbrooksdds.com O ce Hours Mon-Thurs 8AM-5PM Friday by Appointment3440 Conway BLVD Suite #2A Port Charlotte

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Page 14 Friday, May 18, 2018 After a devastating hurricane season for the United States in 2017, forecasters are predicting a near normal to slightly above-normal year with between 12 to 15 tropical storms. Of those storms, 6 to 8 are forecast to become hurricanes and 3 to 5 are forecast to become major hurricanes. Last year we had 17 tropical storms. This year may not be quite as active, but still probably normal to slightly above normal,Ž AccuWeather Atlantic Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski said. Similar to last year, sea surface temperatures are expected to remain warmer than normal across most of the basin and normal to above normal over the main developmental region, where more than 85 percent of all tropical storms form. Right now, we are in a weakening La Nia pattern, but the climate pattern is expected to go into whats called a neutral pattern, which promotes near-normal wind shear,Ž Kottlowski said. This should limit tropical development. The thing thats causing the balance to tip in one direction (this year) is that sea surface temperatures are warmer than normal,Ž he said. Warm water creates more favorable conditions for tropical development. While last year brought six impacts to the United States, including Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, this year is more likely to result in three or four. This season may not [bring] as many impacts, but Im almost afraid to tell people this because it only takes one big storm to hit you to cause massive damage,Ž Kottlowski said. We saw that from Harvey, Irma and Maria last year. If all we had was just another Irma or Harvey, that would be more than enough to cause catastrophic damage for any coastal community.Ž According to Kottlowski, conditions are ripe for early season development in the Gulf of Mexico due the warm water already in place in that part of the Atlantic basin. As for the rest of the season, historical records and the projected pattern suggest the area from Houston to Florida and up through the Outer Banks of North Carolina will be more favorable for direct impacts from tropical storms and hurricanes. Anywhere else along the coast, everybody should still be vigilant and prepare for a possible direct impact,Ž Kottlowski said. You should have a hurricane plan in action. In other words: If you had to evacuate, what would you take with you? And if you were staying home, how would you deal with a storm that may knock your power out, may knock your water service out,Ž he said. You want to prepare for the worst case scenario „ thats called having a hurricane plan. And the government and local officials do have guidelines on how to create such a plan depending on where you live.Ž2018 ATLANTIC HURRICANE OUTLOOK: 4 US impacts predicted amid another active seasonBy JILLIAN MACMATHACCUWEATHER STAFF WRITER adno=50534251 Serving the Area Boater since 2003We're ready„We're willing„We're Abel. Tahoe Luxury Pontoon DealerWe are the new and have several models in stock. Serving Sarasota, Charlotte, Lee, Desoto and Hardee Counties.Abel's Marine7341 Sawyer Circle, Port Charlotte, FL 33981941-698-4006 www.AbelsMarine.comFactory Authorized € Certi“ ed € Trained Sales & Service Authorized Dealer MAGIC TILT Trailers 2010 2009-2017

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 15For more than 10 years I have been writing columns on business issues for this newspaper. Many of them have been on the topic of business plans. This article is about a different kind of planning „ to make sure your business survives the impact of the a hurricane that strikes this area. Make similar plans for your own survival and for your home. Urge your employees to do the same. Years of hard work building a business can be blown away in a few hours if a hurricane wanders its way to where your business is located. Our area has experienced this before. Some Charlotte County businesses never recovered from the effects of Hurricane Charley. If you prepare well, and implement promptly, you can avoid that fate, or at least minimize the possibility. Your preparation can be completed in two stages. Stage one, Advance Planning and Preparation, should be done months before hurricane season. If you have not already done that, start now. Stage two, Implement the Plan, takes place in the “ve days prior to the day a storm is likely to hit. It is hard to implement a plan if you dont have one, so Stage One is a critical part of making sure your business has a better chance of surviving a hurricane.Advance preparation: planning insurance coverageYou might plan, and implement your plan, and still disaster might strike your business down. You will then need money to carry you over until you can get back in business and will need money to repair the physical damage to your facility, equipment and so on. That is why you buy insurance. Your “rst preparedness activity should be to ask your insurance agent to review your insurance coverage with you. For this purpose, you are primarily interested in property coverage including inland marine or ”ood insurance and business interruption insurance, but while you are at looking at it, consider all coverages. You may have a business owners policy that covers property, liability and business interruption in one package, or you may have separate policies. Since much of the damage from hurricanes is water damage from surges and ”ooding or from rain intruding into facilities, you should have coverage for both. Make sure that the limits are high enough and that you can cover the deductibles. Buy more if you need it, because you wont be able to do it after your operation is put out of business. Make a copy of the policies and place the original in a very safe place and the copy in another.Making listsPart of advance planning is the making of lists that contain information essential to the business survival if a storm does hit. Information you will need to use right after a storm may not be organized in a way that makes it immediately useful. Preparing lists helps organize it. Records stored on paper or in digital form at your place of business may not be accessible or may have been damaged. Lists should be kept in both paper and digital form at the business, your home and a third location, if possible. A ”ash drive is a convenient way of digital storage. The forms can be created with MS Word, MS Excel or similar programs. Forms converted to PDFs. If you have this information, you can deal with the immediate aftermath of a storm from anywhere with internet. Your lists should include employee contact information, supplier contact information, alternate supplier information, customer contact information, alternate sources for customers, major non-trade creditor information, insurance information and valuable asset information. Another set of lists should document the “rms more valuable signage, furniture, “xtures, equipment, software or other items. This should be accompanied by photographs, videos or both of each item.Preparing your business for hurricane season SCORE CounselorBill McCabe BILL | 16 "Why Pay More?" Enjoy Resort Style Living!Monthly Rent Includes:€ Transportation 6 days a week € Three Delicious Meals Daily € All Utilities (except telephone) € Housekeeping € Heated Pool € Wellness Center € Social Activities € Social Center € Full Service Salon Small Pets are Welcome2305 Aaron Street, Port Charlotte, FL 33952941-629-0043 € www.myrivercommonshome.com Furnished apartment available Independent Senior Living Community adno=50533088

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Page 16 Friday, May 18, 2018 I have prepared some sample forms for making the lists. You can get a copy by sending an email to my attention at port.charlotte@ scorevoluteer.org.Safeguarding digital dataMost businesses have computers, computer programs and the data that goes with those programs. If you have not done so already, upload the data to a cloud storage service. You can buy new programs if you lose the ones you have, but “les important to the operation of your business, once lost, are gone forever. There are a number of free or very low-cost services to which you can upload your data for safekeeping. Better yet, use a paid service that automatically uploads your data to remote servers. Another way is to use SaaS, software as a service, for important functions. With this arrangement, for a monthly fee, you rent software and data storage space that reside on a server somewhere and use it via the internet. Many small businesses are now keeping their accounting records this way. If you do not want to use cloud-based data storage, buy a reliable and portable backup hard drive, and use it.Facility protectionBegin by assessing how well prepared your facility is to survive the hazards hurricanes present. Your exposure to some hazards depends on where your facility is located. Low-lying facilities and those close to the shoreline are more exposed than others. Most of our local businesses are in rented facilities. Many of them are multitenant buildings. For those businesses, making the assessment and dealing with the results of the assessment takes co-operation between landlord and tenant „ not an easy thing to bring off. However, they have a common interest. Both of their livelihoods are dependent upon continued productive occupancy of a building. Tenants should take the initiative and start a dialogue with their landlord to carry out an assessment. The hazards are: € Wind and windblown debris: Hurricane-force winds, 74 mph or more, can compromise roofs, blow in doors and windows, damage a structure or even destroy buildings. Debris, such as signs, roo“ng material, siding and small items left outside, become ”ying missiles during hurricanes contributing to or causing building damage. € Rain, ”ooding and ”ash ”oods: Hurricanes often produce widespread, torrential rains in excess of 6 inches, which may result in deadly and destructive ”oods. Torrential rains can enter through compromised roofs, windows and doors. Flooding is the major threat from hurricanes for people living inland. Flash ”ooding, de“ned as a rapid rise in water levels, can occur quickly due to intense rainfall. Longer term ”ooding on rivers and streams can persist for several days after the storm. € Storm surge and storm tide or surge: Storm surge and large waves produced by hurricanes pose the greatest threat to life and property along the coast. Storm surge is an abnormal rise of water generated by a storms winds. Storm surge can reach heights well over 20 feet and can span hundreds of miles of coastline. Storm tide is the water level rise during a storm due to the combination of storm surge and a high tide. The combination of high winds and storm tide topped with battering waves can be deadly and cause tremendous property damage along an area of coastline hundreds of miles wide. € Tornadoes: Hurricanes and tropical storms can also produce tornadoes. These tornadoes most often occur in thunderstorms embedded in rain bands well away from the center of the hurricane; however, they can also occur near the eye wall. Usually, tornadoes produced by tropical cyclones are relatively weak and short-lived, but they still pose a signi“cant threat. In your review, assess each risk and determine if there is a practical way that you can mitigate the impact of it. Long-term solutions such as structural retro“tting by replacing roo“ng, adding truss tie downs, installing roll down shutters, improving drainage on and around the facility, elevating external HVAC and electrical systems, and elevating permanent mechanical, electrical or computer equipment inside the facility would be best. Contract with a structural engineer or quali“ed contractor to make the evaluation. The necessary work and the cost of it could be spread out over a number of years. Make a plan for temporary solutions that can be put BILLFROM PAGE 15 BILL | 18 adno=54532296

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Page 18 Friday, May 18, 2018 into place in the days just before it becomes probable or possible that a hurricane will strike the area such as: boarding up windows and doors; elevating delicate computers and equipment inside the facility; covering furniture, “xtures, computers, “ling cabinets and inventory with plastic sheeting and heavy duty plastic bags; clearing the immediate area of signs and debris; clearing gutters; installing temporary drains to direct downspout ”ow away from the building; sandbagging to block surge or ”ooding and whatever other practical measure you can devise. Some of these actions require preparation and stockpiling of materials or contracting in advance with someone to do the work. Materials and contractors may be in short supply in the few days just before a hurricane. Plastic sheeting and bags can be purchased and stored. Boarding up windows requires that measurements be made, methods of attachment be determined and preferably materials be purchased, precut and stored. Tenants and landlords need to agree in advance on how they are to be attached to the building. The businesses in multitenant buildings might share the cost of a storage locker to keep materials in. If a contractor is to be used, it is best to get bids well in advance, select one and enter into a contingent contract to do the work on three day notice. Such an arrangement would be good for both parties.Advance planning and preparation „ communicationsPrepare a plan on how you are going to communicate with employees, customers, suppliers and creditors in the days just before a hurricane and afterwards if your business is put out of action by the storm. When making your lists, you should have established an alternate communications channel as well as a normal one. That includes deciding where you might go to gain access to land and wireless telephone communication and the internet if area networks are down. Designate a primary and backup number to serve as an information hotline. Employees will need to know if they are not to show up for work before the storm, and will want continuous updates on the status of things if the business is closed afterwards. Prepare a contact information card or sheet with instructions that you can give to each employee in advance of a storm. Customers and suppliers will want to know your status immediately after an event. Make a plan on how you will do that. Customers will want to make sure they know how to pay outstanding bills and suppliers will want to know how you will pay what you owe them. You will want to communicate your situation to the creditors who expect their regular monthly payments. Make sure you have a cellphone charger for your vehicle. Buy a battery-based charger as a backup to that. If power is out but cellphone service is up, you can use your vehicle as an emergency communications center. Or you can drive to a place where there is cellphone service, and do the same.Implement the plan Five days before a possible hurricane or severe tropical storm: Check your lists of employee contact information, supplier contact information, alternate supplier information, customer contact information, alternate sources for customers, major non-trade creditor information, insurance information and valuable asset information. Update them if necessary. Update photos and videos of equipment and inventory as well. Gather up your insurance policy copies and lists in preparation for taking them with you. Notify employees of the possibility for severe weather. Review your plan with them, in particular, how you are to stay in contact. Pass out your communications information. Inspect the roof and grounds for signs, loose debris, landscaping or other items, which may become a hazard in high winds, and remove them. Check the materials and supplies you have stockpiled for securing the exterior and interior of your facility. Replenish them if necessary. If you have a contractor to board windows or do other work, contact them to make sure they are ready to do the work. Three days before a possible hurricane or severe tropical storm: If not completed already, BILLFROM PAGE 16 BILL | 19 adno=50534315 2 0 1 8 0 5 1 8 c s h u 2 2 0 0 1 p d f 1 1 1 M a y 1 8 1 2 : 2 8 : 1 2

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 19 remove or secure all debris. Clear roof drains, gutters and downspouts of debris, to prevent water backup. Clean debris from outdoor perimeter drains, swales and drainpipes, especially in areas where water may collect such as shipping and receiving areas. Fill emergency generators with fuel and contact fuel suppliers with anticipated needs for post-storm deliveries. Ensure “re protection systems are in proper working order. Notify key customers, suppliers, and partners of your closing and contingency plans. Release your employees for at least one day so that they have suf“cient time to prepare their homes and families. You can stagger the releases if need be. Notify them of when you will make the decision on whether or not to close. Advise them to begin checking your emergency hotline or company website for updates on the status of your business. Customize messages for business website, telephone recording, employee intranet, etc. Make sure you have a cellphone charger in your car. Remind employees to make sure their cellphones are fully charged and that they have a power cord and car charger. One or two days before a possible hurricane or severe tropical storm: If the probability of a hurricane strike is high, implement your emergency plan. Notify employees, vendors and customers that you are doing so and that your operations will be disrupted. Retrieve the materials and supplies you have stockpiled for securing the exterior and interior of your facility. Board up windows, but leave doors until the last minute. If you are using a contractor to do the work, get it scheduled. Pay all wages and bills that are currently due. Issue all invoices for work completed. Back up all “les. Implement whatever plans you have in place to secure your digital data and important records. Elevate all critical equipment, “les and inventory. Cover them with heavy duty plastic sheeting and/or bags. Disconnect all electrical equipment from the power source. If it is likely that your building will be exposed to ”ooding or storm surge, seal all water entry points such as utility penetrations into the building as best you can. If you planned on sandbagging the exterior, do so. Turn off the main circuit breaker. Close gas and water valves as close to the entry point as possible. Close and lock all of“ce doors, especially perimeter of“ces. Board up the doors. Place a ClosedŽ notice on the business main entrance. Implement your communication plan. Go home or to your evacuation point and hope for the best. Take your lists, insurance policy, backup hard drives and other important documents with you.BILLFROM PAGE 18Free Estimates | Licensed & Insured | Locally Owned & Operated Since 1985 Your Clear Choice for: Hurricane Impact Resistant Windows and Doors Commercial and Store Front Windows and Doors Glass Entrance Doors; Custom Solutions Replacement Windows and Sliders Heavy Glass Frameless Shower Enclosures Vanity Mirrors, Walls and Custom Projects Improve Property Values and Increase Energy Savings LEMON B AY LEMON BAYGLASS Quality Products & Craftsmanship at Competitive Prices Hurricane Impact Windows & Doors RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL Free Estimates | Licensed & Insured | Locally Owned & Operated Since 1985 ||yp Huicane Season are Y Ready? Huicane Season are Y Ready?941-475-1281 (phone) 800-642-4318 (toll free)Showroom: 2840 Avenue of The Americas Englewood, FL 34224 Monday Friday 7:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.www.LemonBayGlass.com Replacement Windows & Sliders adno=54532300

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Page 20 Friday, May 18, 2018 € Make sure pets are vaccinated. Pet shelters will require proof of vaccinations. € If you dont have a current photograph of your pet, take one. € Each animal should have a properly sized pet carrier. Carriers should be large enough for the animal to stand and turn around. € Pack a disaster supply kit for your pet that includes: proper ID (including immunization records and a photo), ample supply of food, ample supply of bottled water, medications, muzzle, collar and leash. Its also a good idea to pack a roll of paper towels and plastic bags for cleanup and waste removal. € Include your pet in your evacuation strategy. There are few special shelters that allow pets and they are for those who have no other place to go. Other possible refuges for your pet are veterinary clinics, boarding facilities and friends or relatives homes. € If a storm is imminent, bring pets indoors well in advance. Remain calm and reassure them frequently. Put them in a carrier. € As an alternative, ask your veterinarian if they provide emergency care for pets following disasters. Obtain the numbers to several veterinarians outside your immediate area in the event your own veterinarians of“ce has to close because of the emergency. Contact a friendly neighbor and make a reciprocal agreement to take charge of each others pets in the event of an emergency when one of you is not home. Exchange cellphone numbers if you both have them, and make sure both of you know the location of your pet emergency kits. Make a list of all the aforementioned phone numbers for your emergency kit. „ Source: Charlotte Animal HospitalKEEP YOUR PETS SAFE DURING EMERGENCIES SUN FILE PHOTOCosmo Kramer wears a Thundershirt to help reduce his storm anxiety. The Thundershirts are available at local pet stores and may help keep pets calm during hurricane season.AP FILE PHOTO Maggie Kelley and her husband, Trey Adams hug their dog, Saint, after nding him amid the rubble. The two are Hurricane Katrina evacuees. Pets often are abandoned during hurricanes and natural disasters every year. $100 OFFBath Remodeling, Roofs, Decks, Siding$500 OFFRoom Additions Roo“ ng € Siding € So t & Fascia Emergency Leak RepairsLic.#CCC1326951 Lic.#CBC1255242 Lic.#HI5360 Initial Visit FREE Financing Now Available Good or Bad CreditOver 29 Years of Experiencewww.gillisconstruction.com941-625-7663 adno=50537081€ Bathrooms € Kitchens € Additions € Screen Rooms € Insulation € Painting € Drywall € Window & Door Installations € Framing € Trusses € Slabs € Garages Design & Build We Now Have 100% Financing Available!

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 21 HURRICANE TIMELINE FOR PUNTA GORDA AND CHARLOTTE COUNTYExtracted and edited from http://www.hurricanecity.com, which compiled the information from various sources: 1873, Oct. 6: A hurricane hits here after moving West in the Gulf of Mexico and abruptly turning east, with 115 mph winds from the SW. 1888, Aug. 17: A hurricane hits just south of the area, with 80 mph winds from the ESE. 1894, Sept. 25th: A hurricane hits from the south and clips just east of the area causing heavy damage, especially to crops, with winds of 105 mph. 1910, Oct. 18: A hurricane arrives from the south. Seven men are killed in fishing boats. Low pressure of 28.5 inches of mercury with winds of 110 mph. 1925, Nov. 30: A minimal hurricane comes from the southwest and passes just north with winds of 75 mph. 1926, Sept. 18: A hurricane which destroyed Miami moves just south of here, causing storm surge flooding, broken windows with some roof damage and winds of 120 mph from the ESE. 1929, Sept. 29: A hurricane coming from the SE passes just south with winds of 105 mph. 1935, Sept. 3: A hurricane that destroyed the Keys moves just west of here, moving NNW with winds of 110 mph. 1941, Oct. 6: A hurricane comes from the SE causing some storm surge flooding from the SE with winds of 110 mph. 1944, Oct. 19: A hurricane hits from the south, causing storm surge flooding here. This large system caused damage all over the state with winds of 110 mph. 1945, Sept. 16: A hurricane from the SE causes heavy crop damage in Florida while passing just east, with winds of 115 mph. 1947, Sept. 18: A hurricane passes to the south, with winds of 95 mph from the east. 1950, Sept. 4: Hurricane Easy passes to the west, with winds of 115 mph from the south. 1953, Oct. 9: Tropical storm Hazel, later rated a hurricane, hits, with winds of 85 mph. 1960, Sept. 10: Hurricane Donna strikes from the SSE with low pressure of 28.08 inches of mercury, heavy storm surge flooding and damage from wind. Water was first pulled out into the Gulf then brought back in as the eye passed north, causing heavy damage, with winds of 125 mph with gusts to 130 mph. 1966, June 9: Hurricane Alma passes to the west, with winds of 110 mph from the south. 2004, Aug. 13: Hurricane Charley makes a direct hit with 145 mph winds. It was a rather small, but powerful, hurricane with a 6to 10-mile-wide eye. There were 33 deaths attributed to the storm, with heavy destruction in Charlotte and Desoto counties from wind and storm surge. Damage of $14 billion. Conditions favored the area, as surge was less than 7 feet on the Gulf and only 1.5 feet in coastal waters, with winds of 145 mph.Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale€ Category 1 (74-95 mph winds) „ Very dangerous winds will produce some damage: Well-constructed frame homes could have damage to roof, shingles, vinyl siding and gutters. Large branches of trees will snap and shallowly rooted trees may be toppled. Extensive damage to power lines and poles likely will result in power outages that could last a few to several days. € Category 2 (96-110mph winds) „ Extremely dangerous winds will cause extensive damage: Well-constructed frame homes could sustain major roof and siding damage. Many shallowly rooted trees will be snapped or uprooted and block numerous roads. Near-total power loss is expected with outages that could last from several days to weeks. € Category 3 (111-129mph winds) „ Devastating damage will occur: Well-built framed homes may incur major damage or removal of roof decking and gable ends. Many trees will be snapped or uprooted, blocking numerous roads. Electricity and water will be unavailable for several days to weeks after the storm passes. € Category 4 (130-156 mph winds) „ Catastrophic damage will occur: Well-built framed homes can sustain severe damage with loss of most of the roof structure and/or some exterior walls. Most trees will be snapped or uprooted and power poles downed. Fallen trees and power poles will isolate residential areas. Power outages will last weeks to possibly months. Most of the area will be uninhabitable for weeks or months. € Category 5 (157 mph or higher winds) „ Catastrophic damage will occur: A high percentage of framed homes will be destroyed, with total roof failure and wall collapse. 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Page 22 Friday, May 18, 2018 Dear new neighbors: (those who havent been through a hurricane), Welcome to Paradise. Here, you dont need to shovel snow or warm up your car for 20 minutes. Here, you can golf, kayak, play tennis or read outdoors year-round. It truly is paradise. Soon, you will hear about the H-word „ hurricanes. Its not a passing media trend meant to scare you (like say, all those maneating shark stories). Its not a ploy to get you to buy hurricane shutters or supplies. Its a real, scary, nasty freak of nature. It just is. Ask any of your neighbors who went through Hurricane Charley, and theyll agree. Here are a few tips to get you through this season: € Pay attention to the news. You dont have to stalk the local meteorologists (they prefer you dont). Just keep an ear out on the local TV news and look at the headlines in the paper. You likely wont have to pay close attention throughout the season, but there will be times you start hearing about Arlene, Bret, Cindy, etc. These will be the new freaks of nature trying to move into our neighborhood. € Keep food supplies on hand. Each time you go to the grocery store, pick up an extra case of water or an extra can of corn (take advantage of two-for-one deals). This will help you be well-stocked when a storm approaches. Other helpful supplies: garbage bags, paper landscaping bags, plastic/ rubber gloves, first aid kit (youll be surprised how many times you cut/scrape yourself), bleach, paper towels, cleaning wipes, etc. € Have mosquito repellent and sunscreen on hand. Your screens may be gone and with electricity gone as well, your windows will be open for whatever breeze is available. That means mosquitoes will be your new guests. Also, youll be outside more than normal so be sure to have sunscreen and hats accessible. € Invest in shutters or some kind of window protection for your house. € If a storm is forecast to head your way, do your laundry „ especially if you have kids. Otherwise, you could be left with no electricity for a couple days and loads of dirty clothes. € Fill the bathtub right before a storm hits. Its not for bathing. You might need this to help flush your toilet (fill a one-gallon bucket and pour it into the toilet to flush it). € Take a few empty two-liter bottles and fill them with water. Put those in your freezer. It will help keep your food frozen longer. € Keep plenty of flashlights handy. You can bring in some of those outdoor solar lights as well to help illuminate the inside of your house. € Put a few cans of tire sealant in your car. The roads will be littered with nails, glass and other sharp items for months. € Please listen to any evacuation orders or other advice from your emergency management officials. To get an idea of what Hurricane Charley did to Charlotte and DeSoto counties, go to YouTube and type in Hurricane Charley.Ž There, you can scroll through about 119,000 videos showing the ferocity of the winds and the damage left in its path. Good luck, and may we all get through this hurricane season with all our supplies unused.Advice for hurricane season rookiesBy CHRISTY FEINBERGSENIOR WRITER SUN PHOTO BY CHRISTY FEINBERGIn addition to the normal supplies, be sure to have sunscreen, hats and mosquito repellent on hand during hurricane season. Call Southwest! We Do The Rest!Southwest Rescreen, inc. is a family owned & operated screening business with 10 years exp. We provide top quality material, prompt, courteous service. And Free Estimates all backed by our 5 year warranty.POOL CAGE SCREEN€ Tuff Screen € Pet Screen € No See Um Screen € Privacy Screen € All Standard Screen $1,395.00 Complete Pool RescreenUp to 1500 Sq.Ft. 941-465-2318 Licensed/Insured We accept all major credit cards www.swrescreen.wix.com/southwestrescreenPurchase a Full Rescreen Get Entry To Win A Gas Grill. Drawing Once A Month Thru October adno=50534684

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 23FOOD TO USEThe following foods are safe if you wash and sanitize their containers before use. Also wash, sanitize and peel fruits or vegetables. € Undamaged tin or aluminum cans. Be sure to wash and sanitize the food container BEFORE opening the can. € Potatoes „ Wash, sanitize, dry, peel and cook before using. € Citrus fruits „ Wash well, sanitize and peel before using. € Apples and other fruits can be sanitized, peeled and cooked before eating. Do not eat raw fruit, even if it has been sanitized.FOOD TO DISCARDDo not attempt to save the following foods if there is any chance they have come in contact with ”oodwater: € Opened containers and packages. € Unopened jars and bottles with paper seals, such as those containing mayonnaise or salad dressing. € Containers of spices, seasonings and flavorings. € Flour, sugar and coffee in canisters. € Paper, cloth, fiber or cardboard boxes, even if the contents seem to be dry. This includes salt, cereals, pasta products, rice and any sealedŽ packages of crackers or cookies within a larger paper box. € Dented, bulging or leaking tin cans. Cans that have been tossed about and are found far from their normal storage spot. Seams on these cans may have been weakened or their seals broken, causing contamination or spoilage. € Jam or jelly sealed with paraffin. € Containers with nonsealed, fitted lids, such as cocoa or baking powder. € Commercially bottled carbonated beverages, if the cap is crusted with silt. € Foilor cellophanepackaged foods. € All fresh vegetables and fruits that do not have a peel, shell or coating, that can be removed before use, such as leafy vegetables. Also, fruit with damage at the stem end that would allow water to contact the inside. € Fresh meat, fish and poultry that have been in contact with flood waters. € Home-canned foods, even if the jar seems tightly sealed.Food safety: Know what to eat, what to trash SUN FILE PHOTOBe careful with food after a storm. Wash and sanitize cans before opening. adno=50537083

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Page 26 Friday, May 18, 2018 During a hurricane emergency, leave the refrigerator and freezer plugged in and turn them up to the coldest setting as they can maintain food-preserving temperatures for up to two days after power has been lost. Open the refrigerator and freezer only when necessary to maintain food preserving temperatures for as long as possible. Use dry ice in the freezer if it is available. After placing the dry ice into the freezer, cover the freezer with blankets, quilts or some other insulated covering. Be sure the covering does not obstruct any air ventilation openings, as the power may go off unexpectedly and ventilation in the freezer will be needed. It will also help to put crumpled newspapers between the freezer and the covering. Avoid contacting the dry ice with skin. Use paper or gloves when handling the dry ice to avoid a severe burn. If the freezer stops working, the food in the freezer will stay frozen depending on: € The amount of food in the freezer. A full freezer will stay cold many hours longer than a freezer only one-quarter full. € The type of food in the freezer. A freezer full of meat will not warm up as fast as a freezer full of baked food. € The temperature of the food. The colder the food, the longer it will stay frozen. € The quality of the freezer. A well-insulated freezer will keep food frozen much longer than one with little insulation. € The size of the freezer. The larger the freezer, the longer the food will stay frozen. The following steps should be taken in the event the freezer stops working: Estimate how long the power will be off to determine how long the food will stay frozen. With the freezer closed, the food in a fully loaded freezer will usually stay frozen two days. If the food is in a freezer with less than half a load, it will probably not stay frozen for more than a day. If the food is stored in the freezer at home, refreeze the food quickly by turning the temperature control on the freezer to the coldest setting once it is operating again. Clean the freezer before re“lling it. Place the warmer packages against the refrigerated surface if possible, but stack them so air can circulate around them. After the food is well-frozen, turn the temperature control to its usual setting.If the freezer is too full, move some of the colder packages to the refrigerator, and return them to the freezer gradually.Thawing and refreezingFoods that have been frozen and thawed require the same care as foods that have never been frozen. Use refrozen food as soon as possible. Partial thawing and refreezing does reduce the quality of foods, particularly fruits, vegetables and prepared foods. Red meats are affected less than many other foods by partial thawing and refreezing. Food that has thawed may be safely refrozen if it still contains ice crystals or if it is still cold „ about 40 degrees Fahrenheit „ and has been at this temperature no longer than one or two days after thawing. Thawed fruits can be refrozen if they still taste and smell good. Fruits usually ferment when they start to spoil. A small amount of fermentation will not make fruits dangerous to eat; however, it may spoil their ”avor. Care should be taken in determining whether thawed meat and poultry should be refrozen. Meats and poultry become unsafe to eat when they start to spoil. Therefore, each package of food should be examined before determining whether it should be refrozen. If the color or odor of the thawed food is poor or questionable, dispose of it, as it may be dangerous to eat. If refreezing the thawed food is not possible, canning it may be the only practical solution to saving most, if not all, of it.Learn about freezers and food in a stormSTAFF REPORT SUN FILE PHOTOA packed freezer will stay cool longer after a power outage.Quality TV Sales & Service (941) 426-177314212 S. Tamiami Trail, North Port, FL 34287www.qualitytv.comPREM_304684 Call your local DISH Authorized Retailer today! Proudly serving North Port since 1971.Get Americas favorite entertainmentFor the best value, technology, and service with a local touch, choose your DISH Authorized Retailer.Ranked #1 in Customer Service nationally by J.D. Power and our customers. DISH Network received the highest numerical score for customer service and second highest score for overall customer satisfaction among national TV providers in the J.D. Power 2017 U.S. Television Service Provider Satisfaction Study, based on 18,685 total responses, measuring the experiences and perceptions of customers with their TV service provider, surveyed November 2016-July 2017. Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com. Expires 8/31/18. adno=720639

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 27 A generator can help restore life to normal during emergencies, but its safe use requires care and planning. For example: € Always thoroughly read the manufacturers instructions. This can help avoid dangerous shortcuts and assist you in ensuring safe operation of your generator. € Keep generators away from all open windows „ including neighbors windows „ so deadly exhaust does not enter the home or business. € Be a good neighbor. If the power is out, your neighbors are probably sleeping with their windows open. Consider that the sound of your generator may not be music to everyones ears! Tip: You cant trust your senses for protection from carbon monoxide; this deadly gas is invisible and odorless. When buying a generator, also buy a batteryoperated carbon-monoxide detector. It works like a smoke alarm, sounding an alert if carbon-monoxide levels become dangerous. Here are some additional guidelines and more speci“c tips for those using portable generators and for those using stationary generators.Portable generatorsGasoline-powered generators produce deadly carbon-monoxide fumes. € Always run portable generators outside the house. € Never run generators inside a house or in a garage. € Keep generators well away from open windows, including eighbors windows. € Never connect a gener ator directly to your homes wiring. Power from a generator connected to a homes wiring will back feedŽ into utility lines, potentially injuring severely or killing a neighbor or utility crew working to restore service. Either: € Plug appliances directly into the generators outlet. € Use a heavy-duty extension cord rated for outdoor use to keep the generator safely outdoors. If the appliance has a three-prong plug, always use a three-prong extension cord. € Follow the manufacturers recommendations for grounding the generator. Or: € Hire a licensed electrician to connect the generator to your house wiring using a listedŽ transfer switch, which means it meets nationally recognized safety standards as indicated by the UL Listing Mark on the product. Having an electrician install the listed transfer switch will safely prevent your generator from back feeding utility lines, thus avoiding a safety hazard to you, your family, neighbors and utility workers, and preventing possible damage to your generator when utility power is restored. What will a small generator run?€ A small generator of about 3,000 watts can run a few lights, fans and a refrigerator. If used to start and run only one item at a time, it can run a half-horsepower pump, or a small window air conditioner of about 5,000 BTUs. € Each generator has a rated wattage, which provides a limit on the appliances it will safely power. € Follow the manufacturers recommendations for proper use and capacity. Overloading the generator can result in damage to Storing and using generators safelyPROVIDED BY FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT SUN FILE PHOTOStorm preparations include having extra gas on hand for vehicles and generators.GENERATORS | 28 Free 2nd opinion, Most insurance acceptedBest Fees in 2 Counties!adno=50534831 HURRY IN TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OURNEW PATIENT SPECIALOnly$59Includes Comprehensive Exam, X-rays and Comprehensive Cleaning D1110, D0150, D0210, D0274Dr. Gregory Brandau is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, The American Dental Association and Florida Dental Association GREGORY J. BRANDAU, D.D.S. HARBOR FAMILY DENTALCALL FOR APPOINTMENT941-629-48042762 Tamiami Trail, Suite B, Port Charalotte, FL 33952 10% Discount for Seniors and Veterans

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Page 28 Friday, May 18, 2018 appliances it is powering. Tip: You dont need to run everything at the same time; rotating larger items allows the use of a smaller generator, which costs less to buy and is easier to move.Getting ready for storm seasonIn early spring, remove your generator from storage, drain the gasoline from the tank and dispose of it properly. Inspect the fuel line for cracks and replace if necessary. Re“ll the tank with fresh gasoline and run the generator. Add some appliances, e.g., a trouble light, hair dryer, etc., to make sure the generator is operating properly. After the generator has warmed up (about 15 minutes of running), turn off the fuel valve and run the fuel line dry. After the engine stalls, turn off the run switch, change the oil, add fuel stabilizer to the gasoline, drain the carburetor ”oat bowl (and sediment bowl, if installed) and put the generator back in storage. While you are testing the generator, inspect your extension cords to make sure theyre in good condition. Replace any cord that has damage. If you had any trouble with the generator during this test, take it to a repair shop so that it can be put in good running order before the hurricane rush.Getting started€ Never refuel a hot generator or one that is running; hot engine parts or exhaust can ignite gasoline. € Turn off all connected appliances before starting your generator. € Turn connected appliances on one at a time, never exceeding the generators rated wattage. Get the most from your generator€ Save gas by using appliances only as needed. If no appliances are running, shut off the generator. € If youre just running a few lights, using other sources may cost less than running the generator. € Dont leave a running generator unattended; turn it off at night and when away from home. Tip: Refrigerators may only need to run a few hours a day to preserve food. Using a refrigerator thermometer, aim to maintain 40 degrees in the refrigerator compartment and 0 degrees in the freezer. After storm seasonWhen storm season is over, properly store your generator so it will be ready to go next season when you need it. To store a generator until next season: € Fill the tank with fresh gasoline. € Add the proper amount of fuel stabilizer. € Drain the carburetor float bowl. € Drain the sediment cup (if one is installed). € Change the engine oil if needed. Stationary generatorsStationary generators rely on an automatic transfer switch that senses when power has been interrupted and automatically starts the generator. Conversely, when power has been restored, the generator powers off. Exercising „ Stationary (permanently installed) generators should be exercised at least twice each month for 15 to 20 minutes at a time. Its best to exercise the generator with at least 40 to 60 percent of its maximum load. If the testing is less rigorous than this, then it should be operated annually on a load bank for an extended period (see below). Load bank testing „ This is usually done at the same time as the oil change, if the generator is not tested at least twice per month with the manufacturers recommended minimum load. It is recommended to load test the generator once per year. The following are the recommended test lengths. € 100 kW and less: 1 hour € 100 to 200 kW: 2 hours € 200 kW and larger: 4 hours.FuelDiesel fuel will deteriorate with age. Under normal conditions, diesel fuel will last approximately two years. For this reason, the storage tank should be sized so that normal maintenance and testing will use up the fuel within that period. If fuel is stored for longer periods, or in high-moisture areas, a fuel GENERATORSFROM PAGE 27 GENERATORS | 29 adno=50536393

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 29 additive can be used to extend fuel life. The additive is a microbicide that will slow the growth of fuel microbes that can plug fuel filters and damage engines. LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) „ This type of gas requires on-site storage. It can be stored indefinitely. The frequency stability of spark-ignited engines is not as good as diesel. This may be a consideration when using the generator to serve loads that are frequency sensitive such as uninterruptible power supplies. Natural Gas „ Natural gas does not require on-site storage. It does have the same frequency stability problems that LPG has. Service „ Stationary generators should be looked at and, if necessary, serviced twice each year. One visit should include a thorough inspection, including system diagnostics. The other visit should include a thorough inspection, including system diagnostics, an oil change and the replacement of both the oil and fuel filters. Stationary generators work in tandem with your electrical supply in a virtually seamless operation. As convenient as these generators are, a prudent course of action is to always be prepared in the event of an emergency, particularly an extended power outage.GENERATORSFROM PAGE 28 SUN FILE PHOTOGenerators should not be run in a garage, indoors or other enclosed spaces. adno=50534840 € Medical Marijuana is now legal in Florida € Charlotte Countys rst dedicated Medical Marijuana certi cation group € Many conditions qualifyLiberate Physician Center3841 Tamiami Tr. Suite B € Pt Charlotte, Fl. 33952Call for appointment today (941) 888 3232 Service sets us apartMEDICAL MARIJUANA CERTIFICATIONS Dr. Daniel Smith M.D. Medical Director

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Page 30 Friday, May 18, 2018 1. Storm surge is often the greatest threat to life and property from a hurricane. It poses a significant threat for drowning. A mere 6 inches of fast-moving floodwater can knock over an adult. It takes only 2 feet of rushing water to carry away most vehicles „ including pickups and SUVs. 2. Storm surge can cause water levels to rise quickly and flood large areas „ sometimes in just minutes, and you could be left with no time to take action if you havent already evacuated as instructed. 3. Storm surge values do not correspond well to the hurricane wind categories (of the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale) that range from 1 to 5. These categories are based only on winds and do not account for storm surge. 4. Tropical storms, Category 1 or 2 hurricanes, major (Category 3 to 5) hurricanes, and post-tropical cyclones can all cause life-threatening storm surge. 5. Storm surge can also occur with non-tropical storms like noreasters and other winter storms. 6. Many U.S. Gulf and East Coast areas are vulnerable to storm surge, including areas up to several miles inland from the coastline. Find out today if you live in a storm surge evacuation zone. 7. Storm surge can occur before, during, or after the center of a storm passes through an area. Storm surge can sometimes cut off evacuation routes, so do not delay leaving if an evacuation is ordered for your area. 8. During the peak of a storm surge event, it is unlikely that emergency responders will be able to reach you if you are in danger. 9. Even if your community is not directly affected by storm surge, it could experience other hazards from the storm and face dangerous conditions such as impassable roads, water and sewage problems, and power outages. If power remains on, downed electrical wires can pose an electrocution risk. 10. Weather conditions and the forecast can change. Local officials could issue evacuation or other instructions for many reasons. Always follow their instructions. For more information, go to www. nhc.noaa.gov.10 FACTS ABOUT STORM SURGE DANGERS SUN FILE PHOTOThe storm surge from Tropical Storm Emily proves strong enough to reach up onto Manasota Key beach front. PHOTO PROVIDEDStorm surge at the Boca Grande Pier on Sunday. Life Care Center of Punta Gorda941.639.8771 € 450 Shreve St. LifeCareCenterOfPuntaGorda.com With our comprehensive hurricane plan, on-site generators and dedicated staff of caregivers, we're prepared to give your loved one the security and comfort they need.RAIN OR SHINEQUALITY CARE adno=50534327

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 31 Wouldnt it be nice if everyone had an all-inclusive hurricane box in the garage or the guest room closet, ready to go when hurricane season is at its peak? Actually, we should. And while it may seem like a daunting „ and expensive „ proposition to put one of these together, its a lot better if you do it one step at a time. Its like the old story about eating an elephant. You wouldnt try to do that at one sitting. (We are not endorsing elephant eating; it is just a metaphor.) To help residents complete a hurricane kit with minimal economic impact, the Charlotte County Emergency Management Of“ce produced a 12-week shopping list that allows you to methodically stock up on the things youll need in a major weather emergency. Week by week. While we appreciate the practicality of this list, it is not designed as a perfect list for everyone. Its meant to be used as a guide. Maybe you dont need all the canned meat here, if you consider youll probably use your outdoor grill to cook whats in your freezer the “rst few nights if you have to. A big plastic storage bin will work as a container, or use a cooler wrapped with a couple of bungee cords. The bungee cords may come in handy. If you start this week, you can be done by the time the heart of hHurricane season arrives in August. If you get through the season without using it, which we all hope happens, there is a lot of practical stuff here that you wont need to buy next year. And you can always count your blessings and donate the food to a local pantry. „ Source: Punta Gorda Hurricane Preparedness Brochure (with modi“cations)12-week shopping list for storm supplies WEEK 1 € 1 gallon of water per person € 1 large jar of peanut butter € 1 can meat € Hand-cranked can opener € Instant coffee, tea, powdered drink € Wooden matches Other Supplies: € Flashlight/batteries € Hammers € Nails, wood screws WEEK 2 € 1 gallon of water per person € 1 box heavy-duty garbage bags € 1 can fruit € Personal products € Pet food, baby food (if needed) Other Supplies: € Smoke detector/battery € Heavy work gloves € Extra flashlight batteries € Duct tape WEEK 3 € 1 gallon of water per person € 1 can vegetables € 1 jar jelly € 4 rolls toilet paper € 1 large tube toothpaste € 1 box sanitizing wipes/ hand sanitizer € Food for special diets (if needed) First aid items: € Aspirin or acetaminophen € Rolls of gauze or bandage € First-aid tape € Adhesive bandages WEEK 4 € 1 gallon of water € 1 can soup (not concentrate) € 1 can fruit € 1 can vegetables € 1 bottle of shampoo First-aid items: € Scissors € Tweezers € Antiseptic € Thermometer € Spare eyeglasses, contact lens supplies € Items for denture care (if needed) WEEK 5 € 1 can soup € 1 can meat € Liquid dish soap € Unscented liquid bleach € Mosquito repellent Other supplies: € Waterproof container for important papers € Portable radio (batteries or hand crank) € Blankets or sleeping bag for each person € Portable camp stove or grill € Stove fuel, charcoal, lighter fluid WEEK 6 € 1 large bottle of juice € Zip-storage plastic bags € 1 box snack bars € 2 rolls paper towels € Aluminum foil € Oven mitts First aid items: € Anti-diarrhea medicine € Rubbing alcohol € 2 pair latex gloves € Hydrogen peroxide € Petroleum jelly € First-aid book WEEK 7 € 1 can meat € 1 can fruit € 1 can vegetables € 1 pkg paper plates € 1 pkg eating utensils € 1 pkg paper/plastic cups Other supplies: € Whistle € ABC fire extinguisher € Pliers € Vice grips WEEK 8 € 1 can meat € 1 can vegetables € 1 box heavy-duty garbage bags € 1 box tissues € 4 rolls toilet paper € 1 box energy snacks (granola bars, raisins) Other supplies: € Leash or pet carrier (if needed) € Tarps for temporary roof repair € Crowbar € Hatchet WEEK 9 € 1 box crackers € Plastic containers/lids € Safety pins € Dry cereal Other supplies: € Double-sided tape, zip ties, bungee cords € Masking tape First aid items: € Extra prescription medication € Extra hearing aid batteries (if needed) WEEK 10 € 1 box heavy-duty garbage bags € 1 box energy snacks (granola bars, raisins) € Ice chest Other supplies: € Camping or utility knife € Extra radio batteries € Local and state road maps € Window covers and fasteners WEEK 11 € 2 rolls paper towels € 1 can meat € 1 can fruit Other supplies: € 1 box disposable dust masks € Screwdriver € Plastic safety goggles € Handsaw and/or chainsaw, fuel WEEK 12 € Large plastic bags for food € Plastic wrap € Aluminum foil € Sandwich bread (freeze until needed) Other supplies: € Battery-powered camping lantern € Generator and extra fuel € Broom, mop, bucket www.southernoxygen.com € 941-639-5245129 Carmalita St. € Punta Gorda, FL 33950 Proudly Serving SWFL Since 1970€INDUSTRIAL & MEDICAL GASES €BEVERAGE & SPECIALTY GASES €HYDROSTATIC CYLINDER TESTING€ WELDING AND SAFETY SUPPLIES Store Hours: Monday thru Friday 8am 5pmBusiness delivery available from Sarasota to Naples Now Offering Propane!adno=50534252

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Page 32 Friday, May 18, 2018 Disaster preparedness is important for all animals, but it is particularly important for livestock because of the animals size and their shelter and transportation needs. If you think disasters happen only if you live in a ”ood plain, near an earthquake fault line or in a coastal area, you are mistaken. Disasters can happen anywhere and can take many different forms, from barn “res to hazardous materials spills to propane line explosions and train derailments „ all of which may necessitate evacuation. It is imperative that you be prepared to protect your livestock, whether by evacuating or by sheltering in place.Take precautions€ Make a disaster plan to protect your property, your facilities and your animals. Create a list of emergency telephone numbers, including those of your employees, neighbors, veterinarian, state veterinarian, poison control, local animal shelter, animal care and control, county extension service, local agricultural schools, trailering resources and local volunteers. € Include a contact person outside the disaster area. € Make sure all this information is written down and that everyone has a copy. € Make sure every animal has durable and visible identi“cation. € Ensure that poultry have access to high areas in which to perch, if they are in a ”ood-prone area, as well as to food and clean water. € Reinforce your house, barn and outbuildings with hurricane straps and other measures. € Perform regular safety checks on all utilities, buildings and facilities on your farm. € Use only native and deep-rooted plants and trees in landscaping (non-native plants are less durable and hardy in your climate and may become dislodged by high winds). € Remove all barbed wire, and consider rerouting permanent fencing so that animals may move to high ground in a ”ood and to low-lying areas during high winds. € Install a hand pump and obtain enough large containers to water your animals for at least a week (municipal water supplies and wells are often contaminated during a disaster). € Identify alternate water and power sources. A generator with a safely stored supply of fuel may be essential, especially if you have electrical equipment necessary to the well-being of your animals. € Secure or remove Protect livestock from hurricanesPROVIDED BY THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE & CONSUMER SERVICES DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY SUN FILE PHOTOBrangus cattle stand in a pasture near Punta Gorda. Experts recommend making sure all animals have durable, visible identication before a storm hits.LIVESTOCK | 33 WILLIAM HOWARDS ALUMINUM & RESCREENING adno=50537086 Serving S.W. Florida Over 25 Yrs.

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 33 anything that could become blowing debris; make a habit of securing trailers, propane tanks, and other large objects. If you have boats, feed troughs or other large containers, “ll them with water before any high wind event. This prevents them from blowing around and also gives you an additional supply of water. € If you use heat lamps or other electrical machinery, make sure the wiring is safe and that any heat source is clear of ”ammable debris. € Label hazardous materials and place them all in the same safe area. Provide local “re and rescue and emergency management authorities with information about the location of any hazardous materials on your property. € Remove old buried trash „ a potential source of hazardous materials during ”ooding that may leech into crops, feed supplies, water sources and pasture. € Review and update your disaster plan, supplies and information regularly.Sheltering in placeIf evacuation is not possible, a decision must be made whether to con“ne large animals to an available shelter on your farm or leave them out in pastures. Owners may believe that their animals are safer inside barns, but in many circumstances, con“nement takes away the animals ability to protect themselves. This decision should be based on the type of disaster and the soundness and location of the sheltering building. Survey your property for the best location for animal sheltering. If your pasture area meets the following criteria, your large animals may be better off out in the pasture than being evacuated: € No exotic (non-native) trees, which uproot easily € No overhead power lines or poles € No debris or sources of blowing debris € No barbed-wire fencing (woven wire fencing is best) € Not less than one acre in size (if less than an acre, your livestock may not be able to avoid blowing debris). If your pasture area does not meet these criteria, you should evacuate. Whether you evacuate or shelter in place, make sure that you have adequate and safe fencing or pens to separate and group animals appropriately. Work with your state department of agriculture and county extension service. If your animals cannot be evacuated, these agencies may be able to provide onfarm oversight. Contact them well in advance to learn their capabilities and the most effective communication procedure.Evacuation planningThe leading causes of death of large animals in hurricanes and similar events are collapsed barns, dehydration, electrocution and accidents resulting from fencing failure. If you own farm animals, you should take precautions to protect them from these hazards, no matter what the disaster potential for your area. Evacuate animals as soon as possible. Be ready to leave once the evacuation is ordered. In a slowly evolving disaster, such as a hurricane, leave no later than 72 hours before anticipated landfall, especially if you will be hauling a high pro“le trailer such as a horse trailer. Remember: Even a “retruck fully loaded with water is considered out of serviceŽ in winds exceeding 40 mph. If there are already high winds, it may not be possible to evacuate safely. Arrange for a place to shelter your animals. Plan ahead and work within your community to establish safe shelters for farm animals. Potential facilities include fairgrounds, other farms, racetracks, humane societies, convention centers, and any other safe and appropriate facilities you can “nd. Survey your community and potential host communities along your planned evacuation route. Contact your local emergency management authority and become familiar with at least two possible evacuation routes well in advance. Set up safe transportation. Trucks, trailers and other vehicles suitable for transporting livestock (appropriate for transporting each speci“c type of animal) should be available, along with experienced handlers and drivers. Take all your disaster supplies with you or make sure they will be available at your evacuation site. You should have or be able to readily obtain feed, water, veterinary supplies, handling equipment, tools and generators if necessary. 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Page 34 Friday, May 18, 2018 Florida Power & Light urges Floridians to be prepared and be aware of potential electrical hazards at all times, especially before, during and after severe weather. Below are electricity-related tips to keep you and your family safe during hurricane season.Before a storm threatens € Before storm season begins on June 1, have your trees properly trimmed to minimize their potential impact on your home and neighborhood. Make sure debris is cleared prior to a hurricane warning announcement when trash pickup is suspended. € Do not attempt to trim any vegetation growing on or near any overhead power lines. Only specially trained line-clearing professionals should work around power lines. Check your local listings to locate a contractor quali“ed to trim vegetation around power lines. € If someone in your home is dependent on electric-powered, life-sustaining medical equipment, review your family emergency plan for backup power or make arrangements to relocate when a storm warning is issued. Preparing for an approaching storm€ Before lowering a TV antenna or satellite dish, make sure to turn off and unplug the TV, and avoid power lines. € Turn off all swimming pool pumps and “lters, and wrap them in waterproof materials. € Turn your refrigerator and freezer to their coldest settings ahead of time to keep food fresh longer in the event of a power outage. € Turn off and unplug any unnecessary electrical equipment. € When working on a ladder, look up and note the location of power lines before you begin. Be sure that ladders or scaffolds are far enough away so that you „ and the ends of the tools youre using „ dont come within 10 feet of power lines.After the storm: When is it safe?€ Stay away from standing water and debris, which could potentially conceal a live wire. € Dont venture out in the dark, because you might not see a downed power line that could be energized and dangerous. € Watch for downed power lines. Call 911 or FPL at 1-800-4OUTAGE to report fallen power lines that present a clear and imminent danger to you or others. Do not attempt to touch any power lines, and keep your family away from them. Always assume that every power line is energized. € If your roof or windows leak, water in your walls and ceiling may come into contact with electrical wiring. Immediately turn off your circuit breakers, disconnect all electrical appliances that are still plugged in, and turn off all wall switches. Remember, never stand in water while operating switches or unplugging any electrical device. Portable generator tips€ Never run generators inside your home or garage, as they produce deadly carbon-monoxide fumes. € Keep generators away from all open windows, including neighbors windows, to prevent deadly exhaust from entering a home or business. € Buy a battery-operated carbon-monoxide alarm, which will alert you if carbon-monoxide levels become dangerous. € Always thoroughly read the manufacturers instructions to avoid dangerous shortcuts and ensure the safe operation of your generator. € Dont directly connect your generator to your homes wiring. Power from a generator connected to a homes wiring will back feedŽ into utility lines, potentially severely injuring or killing a neighbor or utility crew working to restore power. € Turn off all connected appliances before starting your generator. € Turn connected appliances on one at a time, never exceeding the generators rated wattage. € Dont touch a generator if you are wet or are standing in water or on damp ground. € Never refuel a hot generator or one that is running „ hot engine parts or exhaust can ignite gasoline. € Ensure you have plenty of gas for operation stored safely in gas containers. FPLs restoration priorities When outages occur, we know our customers want and need information about when their power will be restored. Our crews work to restore power as soon as it is safe to begin and provide our best estimates of when service will be restored. As soon as FPL detects an outage or a customer reports an outage, we deploy a restoration specialist to conduct a situation assessment. This helps us assign the right resources, workers and materials to each restoration effort and provide customers an estimate of when repairs will be “nished and when power is restored in their area. During large outages, FPL follows an overall plan that calls for restoring power to the greatest number of customers safely and as quickly as Keep your family and home safePROVIDED BY FPLSAFE | 35 adno=50537084 PAUL VOUGHT ALUMINUM PAUL 941-769-4423 We Repair Any Kind Of Wind Damage Rescreening Pool Cages & Lanais So ts € Gutters € Hurricane Shutters Lic #CRC1329865 € Insured 44 Yrs Exp.

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 35 SUN FILE PHOTOA Florida Power & Light worker helps to restore power after Hurricane Charley. FPL had to replace more than 900 miles of wire, 7,000 poles and 5,000 transformers across the state due to damage caused by Charley.possible. After a strong storm or hurricane, our restoration process is as follows: FPL restores power plants and affected transmission lines and substations, which are essential to providing any electric service. Simultaneously, we restore power to electrical lines and equipment that serve critical facilities, such as hospitals, police/“re stations, water treatment plants and emergency broadcast centers. At the same time, we work to return service to the largest number of customers in the shortest amount of time „ including service to the main thoroughfares that host supermarkets, pharmacies, gas stations and other needed community services. From here, we repair the infrastructure serving smaller groups and neighborhoods, converging on the hardest-hit areas until every customer is restored. If a storm strikes, FPL will provide updated restoration time estimates and other progress reports on our website (FPL.com/storm), Twitter (twitter.com/insideFPL), Facebook (facebook.com/ FPLconnect), YouTube (youtube.com/FPL), FPLs blog (FPLblog.com) and FPLs Power Tracker (FPL.com/ powertracker). A storm preparation checklist Were prepared for storm season and urge our customers to prepare as well. Keep your family or business safe with a plan that includes evacuation routes, special medical needs, important phone numbers and supplies. The following checklist can help you and your family prepare: € Update the phone number and email address on your FPL account so we can serve you faster. When you call us, our computers recognize your phone number and automatically match it to your FPL account. € Keep a copy of your FPL bill with you. Having your FPL account number handy will help us serve you quickly. € By calling 1-800-4OUTAGE and entering your account number, you will be able to receive information through our automated system. € Call your local emergency management of“ce if you or anyone you know has special needs in case of evacuation. € Emergency operations of“cials urge residents to prepare to be self-suf“cient for up to 14 days. Keep a battery-operated radio with you and a two-week supply of fresh batteries. A battery-operated radio may be the only way you will receive emergency public information during a disaster. Also stock up on: Nonperishable food, extra batteries, medications, baby supplies, pet food, and bottled water. The American Red Cross recommends one gallon of water per person per day. Also check your emergency equipment: Flashlights, battery-operated radios, extension cords and emergency generators. € If your preparation plans include the operation of a portable generator in the event of an outage, after the storm has passed, be sure to set it up outside and connect appliances directly to it. Do not wire your generator directly to your breaker or fuse box, because the power you generate may ”ow back SAFEFROM PAGE 34into power lines and cause injuries. Its also a good idea to have a carbon monoxide alarm inside your home. € Install an approved hurricane shutter system over windows and doors, or use alternate coverings such as plywood. € Trim trees that are not near power lines and clear debris. Once a hurricane warning is announced, trash pickup is suspended. For more information on our tree trimming policies, visit FPL.com/trees. Florida Power & Light Company serves more than 4.8 million customer accounts or more than 10 million people across nearly half of the state of Florida. For more information, visit these websites: www.NextEraEnergy. com, www.FPL.com, or www. NextEraEnergyResources.com. Upright Painting LLCWe Do It Right The First TimeŽWe Are Now O ering Decorative Concrete Applications!941-286-159040 Years Experience Licensed & InsuredInterior & Exterior € Residential & Commercial € Power WashingFree Estimates € Pool Decks € Driveways € Walkways € Garages € Pavers € Apoxy Systemsadno=50537082

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Page 36 Friday, May 18, 2018How alerts are issuedBefore watches and warnings are issued, the National Weather Service, private forecasters, newspapers, radio and television stations normally try to alert the public to potential weather dangers. Often, forecasters begin issuing bulletins on hurricanes three or four days before the storm hits. Forecasters cant issue alerts for the danger of severe thunderstorms, tornadoes and ”ash ”oods that far ahead. Usually, the National Weather Services Severe Storms Forecast Center sends out alerts the day before dangerous weather is likely. Most television weathercasters highlight these alerts on the evening news the day before threatening weather. A weather radio is one of the best ways to stay tuned in to dangerous weather. These radios receive broadcasts from special National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration radio stations. NOAA is the federal agency that includes the National Weather Service. The broadcasts are from Weather Service of“ces. Broadcasts include ordinary forecasts of several kinds, including boating, farming, traveling and outdoor recreation as well as general forecasts for the area. The stations immediately broadcast all watches and warnings. Some weather radios have a feature that turns on the radio automatically when a watch or warning is broadcast. Such tone alertŽ weather radios are highly recommended for places where large numbers of people could be endangered by tornadoes or ”ash ”oods. These include schools, nursing homes, shopping center security of“ces, hospitals and recreation areas such as swimming pools. A National Weather Service website has information on weather radio, including a list of weather radio stations in each state.Weather termsHere are some of the terms most commonly used by the National Weather Service when referring to hurricanes: Tropical disturbance: A moving area of thunderstorms in the tropics with a poorly organized rotary circulation. Tropical depression: An area of low pressure, organized rotary circulation of clouds and winds to 38 mph. Tropical storm: Wellorganized counterclockwise circulation of clouds and winds 39-73 mph. The storm is assigned a name. Tropical storm watch: The possibility of winds between 39-73 mph affecting the area within 48 hours. Tropical storm warning: The likelihood of winds between 39-73 mph affecting the area within 24 hours. Hurricane: When a tropical storm reaches winds of 74 mph or more it is classi“ed a hurricane. Hurricane watch: A hurricane may threaten your area within 48 hours. Hurricane warning: A hurricane is expected to strike your area within 24 hours or less. Tornado watch: Tornadoes and severe thunderstorm are possible in your area. Tornado warning: Tornado sighted in your area, take shelter. Storm surge: The strong winds associated with hurricanes and tropical storms cause the sea level to rise above normal tidal heights, with giant wind-driven waves and strong unpredictable currents sometimes covering 50 miles. Advisory: A method for disseminating hurricane and storm data to the public every six hours. Small craft warnings are released as necessary. Special advisory: Warning given anytime there is a significant change in weather conditions or change in warnings. Intermediate advisory: A method for updating regular advisory information every STORM-SMART WEATHER VOCABULARY SUN FILE PHOTOBe careful driving after a storm. In addition to ooded streets, tree limbs, power lines and other debris could make traveling more dangerous. VOCABULARY | 37 adno=50534769 941.766.01152144 El Jobean Road, Port Charlotte, FL 33948 Family Owned & Operated Since 1986! HAPPYHOMESERVICES.NETWe work with all insurance companies! Bonded and Insured. 24 HOUR WATER AND DISASTER CLEAN UP SERVICES.

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 37 two or three hours as necessary. Coastal ”ood warning: A warning issued by the National Weather Service that signi“cant wind-forced ”ooding is to be expected along low-lying coastal areas if weather patterns develop as forecast. Coastal ”ood watch: An alert issued by the National Weather Service that significant wind-forced ”ooding is possible along low-lying coastal areas if weather patterns develop as forecast. Flash ”ood watch/ ”ash ”ood warning/ ”ood warning: A warning issued by the National Weather Service that indicates the expected severity of ”ooding (minor, moderate or major), as well as where and when the ”ooding will begin. Eye Wall/Wall Cloud: An organized band of clouds immediately surrounding the center of a tropical cyclone. Eye wall and wall cloud are used interchangeably. Forward speed (hurricane): The rate of movement of the hurricane eye in miles per hour or knots. If you track hurricanes and use of“cial advisories for your information, be aware that Public Advisories show wind speeds in miles per hour (mph) and Forecast Advisories show wind speeds in knots (Kt). Generally 1 knot = 1.15 mph. Gale warning: A warning issued by the National Weather Service when sustained winds within the range of 39-54 miles per hour are either predicted or occurring. Gale warnings are not normally issued during tropical storm situations. High wind warning: A high wind warning is de“ned as one-minute average surface winds of 40 mph or greater lasting for one hour or longer, or winds gusting to 58 mph or greater regardless of duration that are either expected or observed over land. Severe thunderstorm warning: A warning issued for a speci“c area by the National Weather Service when a severe thunderstorm has been sighted or indicated on radar. These storms are capable of producing damaging winds greater than 55 mph, frequent lightning, heavy rainfall and/ or hail. Severe thunderstorm watch: An alert issued by the National Weather Service when conditions are favorable for development of severe thunderstorms. These storms are capable of producing damaging winds greater than 55 mph, frequent lightning, heavy rainfall and/or hail. Small craft advisory: A warning issued by the National Weather Service for winds from 20 to 33 knots inclusive or for sea conditions either forecasted or occurring which are considered potentially hazardous to small boats in coastal waters. Special marine warning: A warning issued by the National Weather Service for hazardous weather conditions, usually of short duration, not adequately covered by existing marine warning. Such weather conditions include sustained winds or gusts of 35 knots or greater. Storm surge: The large dome of water, often 50 to 100 miles wide, that sweeps across the coastline near where a hurricane makes landfall. The surge of high water, topped by waves is devastating. The stronger the hurricane and the shallower the offshore water, the higher the storm surge will be. In the United States, most deaths from hurricanes are a result of storm surge. In this area, a storm surge of over 20 feet is possible with a Category 4 or 5 hurricane. Storm tide: If the storm surge arrives at the same time as the high tide, the water height will be even greater. The storm tide is the combination of the storm surge and the normal astronomical tide. Sustained wind: The surface wind obtained by averaging observed value over a one-minute period. Tornado: A relatively short-lived local storm, that is composed of violently rotating columns of air that descend in the familiar funnel shape from a thunderstorm system. Tornado warning: A warning issued by the National Weather Service when a tornado has been sighted or has been detected on radar. Warnings will give the location of the tornado, the area immediately affected by the warning and the direction of travel. In this area, tornadoes sometimes occur quickly and dissipate before a warning can be issued. Tornado watch: An alert issued by the National Weather Service when weather conditions are favorable for a tornado to develop and the sky should be monitored. Water spout: A relatively small tornado over a body of water with winds rarely exceeding 50 mph.VOCABULARYFROM PAGE 36 adno=50536430

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Page 38 Friday, May 18, 2018 MYTH: Only protect the windows and doors facing the ocean.Ž REALITY: Wind can come from any direction, particularly with hurricanes and tornadoes. These storms winds generally move in a circle, so depending on where the eye of the storm is located, wind can come from virtually any angle. Additionally, hurricane winds are turbulent and may change direction quickly. MYTH: Tape windows to prevent damage or shatter.Ž REALITY: This is a waste of effort, time and tape. It offers little strength to the glass and NO protection against ”ying debris. The tape will only help to keep the glass from dispersing. After the storm passes you will spend many a hot summer afternoon trying to scrape the old, baked-on tape off your windows (assuming they werent shattered). Further, taped windows can create a false sense of security. Once a hurricane warning has been issued, you would be better off spending your time putting up shutters over doors and windows. MYTH: Light candles if the power goes out.Ž REALITY: Never use candles, gas or oil lanterns during a storm. If a “re is started in your home, emergency responders may not be able to respond to your emergency. Only use ”ashlights or battery-powered lanterns during the storm. MYTH: Storm surge wont bother me „ Im two whole blocks from the beach!Ž REALITY: A storm surge is a wind-driven dome of water that rushes inland ahead of, and to the right of, the center of a hurricane. The dome can reach to 25 to 30 feet in the right place on the coastline in a Category 5 land-falling hurricane. It will NOT stop in a block, or two blocks, or in some cases, for miles. The National Hurricane Center has developed a computer model called SLOSH to predict surge inundation, which has been found to be very accurate. In a Category 1 hurricane exiting the state at Fort Myers, the surge will affect the immediate coastal area only. A Category 5 land-falling hurricane at Bonita Springs could push the Gulf of Mexico inland more than 12 miles. Remember: 90 percent of the people who die in a hurricane drown in the storm surge. Plan ahead. MYTH: Sandbags can prevent water from entering a home.Ž REALITY: Sandbags are effective when used to channel or direct water away from a home, provided they are properly “lled and maintained. Fill sandbags only half full, tamp into place and limit placement to three layers, unless a building is used as a backing or sandbags are placed in a pyramid. MYTH: Its safe to stay in a high-rise because youre above the ”ooding.Ž REALITY: Not true. The winds in a hurricane, especially a strong storm, increase dramatically with height, so the forces on windows and doors at the higher ”oors are greatly exaggerated. Its true that the interior of the second or third ”oor is normally a safe place to be, but if your high-rise is near the water, you still should leave so you dont get trapped. MYTH: The best way to keep your house from blowing apart is to leave a window open opposite the wind, so the pressure inside the house can equal the pressure outside.Ž REALITY: Also not true. The strongest forces that work on a house during a hurricane are caused by the wind speeding by the structure, creating a strong suction force on the downwind corners. Low pressure (suction) is created on the lee side of the house. Opening a window there can lower the pressure inside the house as well, subjecting it to higher stress, not less. Keep all windows closed, locked and shuttered.DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN MYTH AND REALITY SUN FILE PHOTOLighting candles during a hurricane may provide light, but candles also may become a re hazard.

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Page 39 Friday, May 18, 2018€ Park your vehicle in a closed garage. € If you have a vehicle that wont “t in the garage, park it outside, tightly against the garage door. Get a generic or custom car cover to protect it during the storm. € Fill up the gas tank. € Keep a cellphone charger for the car handy. With no electricity, you can charge your cellphone this way. € Keep a toolbox in the trunk. € Have several cans of tire sealant available, as nails will be on the roads. € Keep your spare tire in”ated and keep the tools change it in the vehicle. € Do not drive through ”ooded roads. € Do not run the vehicle in the garage.PREPARE YOUR VEHICLES BEFORE THE STORM SUN FILE PHOTOAvoid driving through ooded streets after a storm. For All Your Primary Care NeedsDAVID S. BALLESTAS, M.D., P.A. & ASSOCIATES INTERNAL MEDICINEDr. David S. BallestasWelcome to the Medical Pavilion Clinic. Come and see why thousands of area residents have entrusted us with their primary healthcare. Our skilled medical providers and medical staff have been providing excellent and prompt primary medical care for the community since 1984. our services... Preventative Care and Flu ShotsAlso Weight Loss and Pneumonia Care MEDICAL PAVILION WALK IN CLINIC2525 Harbor Blvd., Suite 102 € Port Charlotte, FL941.629.9190 € WWW.MEDICALPAVILIONCLINIC.NETMonday-Friday 8AM 7PM € Saturday 9AM 3PM€ FLU SHOTS AVAILABLE € Physical Exams € Women's Health € Hypertension € ECHOs € Impotence € Minor Surgical Procedures € Arthritis € Allergies € Diabetes € X-Rays € Stress Test € Weight Loss € Workers Compensationadno=50533083

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Page 40 Friday, May 18, 2018 R W K A S R E E F C W E C N S B A M I A X C R V L I C Q M A F Q F C R N T A N L K Y B I R W D S A E K L I S E Y O H C A Q O P R E E G E M C S J O H N G F O H R L L O P A T T Y A V O L X I N A D I N E P B O E E F R E N Y B B E D X R Y U L E N E R Z O F U E W U N P X T N S G M S U D G E V C B U K S E D Q A L B E R T O B A C C F L D N A Z P G X O T E H A O H E M A I L L I W O G R R B S U H O G J C Q P N A I Y H K H I H V I E Q T Y U S S L Z J G M LALBERTO BERYL CHRIS DEBBY ERNESTO FLORENCE GORDON HELENE ISAAC JOYCE KIRK LESLIE MICHAEL NADINE OSCAR PATTY RAFAEL SARA TONY VALERIE WILLIAM2018 ATL ANTIC TROPICAL STORM AND HURRICANE NAMES WORD SEARCH

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 41 Hurricane season can be a very stressful time for all Floridians, especially children. Stress and reactions to stress are a natural response to any disaster. Its important for all family members to know how to react in an emergency, because when a disaster strikes, the best protection is knowing what to do. The following are some ideas for helping your children be prepared in case a hurricane approaches your area. There are also tips for dealing with some of childrens fears about hurricanes. Childrens fears can stem from their imaginations. It is important to take their feelings seriously. Words and actions can provide reassurance to a child who feels afraid. When talking to your child, be sure to present a realistic picture that is both honest and understandable.Before the hurricaneThe following suggestions will serve as guidelines to help you prepare for a hurricane or other disaster: € Talk with your children about the dangers of disasters that are likely in your area and how to prepare for each type. Make sure they know where to go in your home to stay safe during a tornado, hurricane or other disasters likely for your area. € Go through steps for safety, show them the most protected areas of the house where they can wait out the storm, etc. € Explain to children how and when to call for help. Keep emergency phone numbers where family members can “nd them. € Agree on a meeting place away from your home (a neighbor or relatives house or other location) where you would get together if you were separated in an emergency. Give each family member an emergency list with the name, address and phone number of the meeting place. For children who are old enough, help them to memorize the persons name, address and phone number. € Put together a disaster supplies kit for your family, and children can help develop the family disaster plan. They can make their own plan for things that are important to them, such as how they will occupy themselves without electricity and how they will contact friends post-disaster. € Allowing children to participate in the planning prior to a hurricane makes them feel useful and more con“dent. € Provide a child with his or her own ”ashlight; this will help as a comfort and security measure.Coping techniquesUnderstand that children may not be able to verbalize their fears and anxieties, and will naturally look to their parents or caregivers for reassurance. They will take their cues on how to act or react from an adult caregiver, the more assured they are the faster they overcome anxieties. One of the biggest fears children have is that of being left alone. Try to include them in planning and listen to children who are afraid. Do not minimize their fears or feelings; understand that they will need reassurance and attention. Its okay to let children know that you are afraid too. By sharing your feelings it shows that you are hearing what they are saying and that you understand. You may need to repeat over and over the same answer; this provides a reassuring pattern that children need in stressful times. Encourage children to talk and verbalize their fears. This creates an atmosphere of understanding and acceptance. Encourage young children to draw pictures to express their feelings.After the hurricaneStress reactions may appear in your children days, weeks or even months after a hurricane or disaster. This is a normal part of coping and recovery for a child. If the symptoms last longer than two weeks and are intense, arrange for professional help. Get back into a routine as quickly as possible. Scheduled meal times, bedtime, and play times tell children that a sense of normalcy is back and things are under control. It provides for a sense of security and often revitalizes a family. Common signs and symptoms of stress in children are: € Persistent fears, such as being left alone, the dark, strangers, loud noises and weather. Regressive behavior like sucking their thumb, wetting their pants when they are potty trained and excessive crying. € Sadness € Nightmares € Extreme disobedience € Inability to concentrate. If you are concerned about the mental well-being of your child, contact your childs health care provider.Help prepare children for severe weatherPROVIDED BY THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH adno=50533114Charlotte Compassionate Care Center Can help you regain your Quality of Life 3109 Tamiami Trail Suite #2 Port Charlotte, FL 33952 Thursdays 8:30 am 4:30 pmCall For appointment941-889-6936 941-286-8705Dr. James Bentley, MDWith Medical Marijuana See us at booth #44

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Page 42 Friday, May 18, 2018Vital supplies€ Water: at least 1 gallon daily per person € Food: nonperishable packaged or canned food, juices, dry milk; foods for infants or the elderly; snack foods. Plastic bottles or juice pouches hold up better in ice chests than cardboard juice boxes. € Formula, diapers and other baby items. € Medicines, prescription drugs. € Non-electric can opener. € First aid kit. € Cash „ Banks and ATMs may not be open or available for extended periods. € Battery-operated radio or TV. € Flashlights or lanterns. € Extra batteries. € Keys. € Pet care items „ proper identification, immunization records, medications, ample supply of food and water, a carrier or cage, muzzle and leash. € Important documents „ insurance polices, medical records, bank account numbers, Social Security card, important phone numbers, family contacts „ all in a waterproof container. € Fire extinguisher.Helpful items€ Cooking tools, fuel. € Disposable plates, utensils and cups. € Disposable washcloths and towels. € Blankets and pillows. € Clothing „ seasonal, rain gear, sturdy shoes. € Toiletries, hygiene items, moisture wipes, sanitizing wipes. € Toys, books and games. € Fuel „ make sure car is filled; keep extra in proper gas cans. € Filled propane tanks for grill. € Ice and ice chest. A plastic one will not sweat onto carpets or floors like Styrofoam ones sometimes do. € Matches. € Non-electric clock. € Sterno. € Plastic dropcloth. € Cellular phone with extra batteries and/or car charger. € Portable generator. € Extension cords. € Tool kit. € Sunscreen. € Insect repellent. € Yard gloves for cleanup. € Extra chlorine for pools. € Current credit card checks, in case large expenditures are needed and credit cards arent accepted. € Trash bags.PREPARE FOR 3 TO 7 DAYS OF SUPPLIES ARW Ocer: Aerial Reconnaissance Weather Ocer AFOS: Automation of Field Operations and Services ASOS: Automated Surface Observing Systems AST: Atlantic Standard Time (EST + 1 or same asEDT) AVN: AViatioN run of the NCEP Medium Range Forecast (MRF) AWIPS: Advanced Weather Interactive Processing System AOC: Army Operations Center, Pentagon ARC: American Red Cross ARES: Amateur Radio Emergency Services ARRL: American Radio Relay League CARCAH: Chief, Aerial Reconnaissance Coordination, All Hurricanes CDT: Central Daylight Time CLIPER: CLImatology and PERsistence (statistical track forecast model) CONUS: Continental United States CP: Continental Polar (dry [continental] and cold [polar] airmass) CST: Central Standard Time DAE: Disaster Assistance Employee DAC: Disaster Application Center DCO: Defense Coordinating Ocer DFO: Disaster Field Oce DOC: Department of Commerce EAS: Emergency Alert System EBS: Emergency Broadcast System EDT: Eastern Daylight Time EICC: Emergency Information and Coordination Center (FEMA) EMS: Emergency Medical Services EMWIN: Emergency Managers Weather Information Center EOC: Emergency Operations Center EOP: Emergency Operations Plan ERT: Emergency Response Team (FEMA) ERT-A: Advance Element of the Emergency Response Team (FEMA) ESF: Emergency Support Function EST: Emergency Support Team (FEMA) / Eastern Standard Time FAST: Field Assessment Team FCO: Federal Coordinating Ocer (FEMA)National Hurricane Center and emergency management acronyms ACRONYMS | 48 adno=50534065 Prestigehomecenters.com/puntagordaZACK from $ 55,995 / 1060 sq. ft. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath*Includes delivery, setup, steps, skirting, air conditioning & 7-year warranty. Bank Financing & Insurance available.Wind Zone III Hurricane Construction Included Many other models and ” oor plans available!PrestigeHOME CENTERS, INC.Replacement Homes are Our Specialty!4465 Duncan Rd. (Hwy 17N), Punta Gorda, off Exit 164941-637-1122 € 877-507-1122 M-F 9-6 € Sat. 9-5 € Sun. 12-5

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 43How are storms named?Since 1953, Atlantic tropical storms had been named from lists originated by the National Hurricane Center. They are now maintained and updated through a strict procedure by an international committee of the World Meteorological Organization. The six lists are used in rotation and recycled every six years, i.e., the 2013 list will be used again in 2019. The only time there is a change in the list is if a storm is so deadly or costly that the future use of its name on a different storm would be inappropriate for reasons of sensitivity. If that occurs, then at an annual meeting by the WMO committee (called primarily to discuss many other issues) the offending name is stricken from the list and another name is selected to replace it. Several names have been retired since the lists were created. If a storm forms in the off-season, it will take the next name on the list based on the current calendar date. For example, if a tropical cyclone formed on Dec. 28, it would take the name from the previous seasons list of names. If a storm formed in February, it would be named from the subsequent seasons list of names. In the event that more than 21 named tropical cyclones occur in the Atlantic basin in a season, additional storms will take names from the Greek alphabet.Storm identification: The names behind the hurricanes AP PHOTOHurricane warning ags. HISTORY OF NAMING STORMS Hurricanes in the West Indies were named based on which saints day the storm struck. According to Ivan R. Tannehills Hurricanes,Ž there was Hurricane Santa Ana, which struck Puerto Rico on July 26, 1825; and San Felipe (the first) and San Felipe (the second) both struck Puerto Rico on Sept. 13 in 1876 and 1928. Toward the end of the 19th century, Australian meteorologists began naming tropical storms after women, according to Tannehill. During World War II, the notion of naming storms after women became common, especially among Air Force and Navy meteorologists, according to the National Weather Service. In 1953, the United States began using womens names. By 1978, mens names were added to the list of Eastern North Pacific storms. The Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico followed the following year. The World Meteorological Organization uses six lists of names in rotation now. The same lists are reused every six years, unless a name is retired. Then, a new name is added.NAMES | 47 WE LISTEN SO YOU CAN HEAR.Services include:Diagnostic Hearing Testing Tinnitus Evaluation & Treatment Hearing AidDispensing & Repair Assistive Listening Devices Batteries & SuppliesDr. Ricardo Gauthier PERSONAL SERVICE (941) 505-0400100 Madrid Blvd., Suite 214, Punta Gorda www.harboraudiology.net 2003-2017 adno=50534316

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Page 44 Friday, May 18, 2018 SOLUTION TO WORD SEARCH ON PAGE 40 Always check the media and its social media sites as well as county emergency management online pages “rst to determine which shelters are open during an emergency. In most cases, not all shelters will open at the same time. If you do go to a shelter, try to take these items with you: € Pillows, blankets, air mattresses and sleeping bags. € Extra clothing, shoes and eyewear. € Medication for you and your pet if you bring one € Cellphone chargers. € Personal hygiene items such as a toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, toilet paper, towels and soap. € Important papers, especially those proving residency, in waterproof containers. € Pet supplies, if youre going to a pet-friendly shelter (not all of them are): food, water, and clean-up bags. VENICEThere are plans in the works for Sarasota County to potentially bus Venice evacuees to shelters in North Port and Sarasota. € Taylor Ranch Elementary School, 2500 Taylor Ranch Road € Venice Community Center, 326 S. Nokomis Ave. This location is unauthorized by Sarasota County. SARASOTA€ Ashton Elementary School, 5110 Ashton Road € Bishop Nevins Academy, 4830 Fruitville RoadHURRICANE SHELTERS IN YOUR AREA SUN FILE PHOTOIts important to make sure you have everything you will need to be comfortable for a couple of days. SHELTERS | 45 adno=50533978 € Storm Shutters € Impact Windows € Impact Doors and SlidersMaterials all meet or exceed Miami Dade County codes.Punta Gorda 3941 Tamiami Trail 941-575-9799

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 45 SUN FILE PHOTOSome area shelters allow pets. € Booker Middle School, 2250 Myrtle St. € Booker High School, 3201 N. Orange Ave. € Brentwood Elementary School, 2500 Vinson Ave. € Brookside Middle School, 3636 S. Shade Ave. (pets) € Gulf Gate Elementary School, 6500 South Lockwood Ridge Road € Phillippi Shores Elementary School, 4747 South Tamiami Trail € Riverview High School, 1 Ram Way (pets) € Sarasota High School, 1000 S. School Ave. € Southside Elementary School, 1901 Webber St € Tuttle Elementary School, 2863 8th St.NORTH PORT€ Atwater Elementary School, 4701 Huntsville Ave. € Glenallen Elementary School, 7050 Glenallen Blvd. € Heron Creek Middle School, 6501 W. Price Blvd. (pets) € North Port High School, 6400 W. Price Ave. (pets) € Toledo Blade Elementary School, 1201 Geranium Ave. € Woodland Middle School, 2700 Panacea Blvd. (pets) Source: Sarasota County Emergency Management, www.scgov.net or by calling the Sarasota County Contact Center at 941-861-5000.SHELTERSFROM PAGE 44 SHELTERS | 46 We Are The Calm In The Storm € Hurricane Resistant Building € Generators € Hot Meals Served € Contracted Services if we need to evacuateAt Lexington Manor, you will live in a real home atmosphere with three restaurant-style meals served each and every day along with a full calendar of events and activities to share with the friends you are sure to make here. Short-term and respite stays are available.Five Star Values. Five Star Standards. Five Star Senior Living.941-766-799120480 Veterans Blvd., Port Charlotte, FL 33954www.lexingtonmanorportcharlotte.com adno=50533087 ALF# 10548

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Page 46 Friday, May 18, 2018 CHARLOTTE COUNTYThese shelters may not be open if the Charlotte County deems they will not meet ”ooding standards. € Kingsway Elementary School, 23300 Quasar Blvd., Port Charlotte. € Liberty Elementary school, 370 Atwater St., Port Charlotte. After the hurricane, Charlotte County can set up locations where residents can access information via public computers, charge their mobile phones or tablets and access free public Wi-Fi. The locations are: € Charlotte County Administration Center, 18500 Murdock Circle, Port Charlotte, FL 33948. € Port Charlotte Public Library, 2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte, FL 33952. € Englewood Charlotte Library, 3450 N. Access Road, Englewood, FL 34224 € Port Charlotte Beach Park (charging station only, no Wi-Fi or computers), 4500 Harbor Blvd., Port Charlotte, FL 33952. € Punta Gorda Public Library, 424 W Henry St., Punta Gorda, FL 33950 The public can follow Charlotte County Emergency Management important emergency information at www. charlottecounty”.gov, www.facebook.com/ oemcharlottecounty, and www.twitter.com/ccoem.SHELTERSFROM PAGE 45 SUN FILE PHOTOEvacuees set up air mattresses, pillows, chairs, coolers, and pet crates in their allotted space at Heron Creek Middle School.

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 47What happens if there are more storms than names?The 2004 and 2005 seasons were very busy. As experienced in 2005, the Greek alphabet is used when names run out: Tropical Storm Alpha, Hurricane Beta, etc. At present there are no plans to retire letters of the Greek alphabet from the list, but if a very bad hurricane occurs with a Greek letter name, this may have to be revised,Ž according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.Can I have a tropical cyclone named for me?We do not control the naming of tropical storms. Instead, a list of names has been established by an international committee of the United Nations World Meteorological Organization. For Atlantic hurricanes, there is actually one list for each of six years. In other words, one list is repeated every seventh year. Visit this webpage for more information: www. wmo.int/pages/prog/www/ tcp/Storm-naming.html. „ Provided by the National Hurricane CenterNAMESFROM PAGE 43 FEMA PHOTO PROVIDED BY ANDREA BOOHERAerial image of destroyed homes in Punta Gorda following Hurricane Charley, which was a Category 4 storm. 941-698-9769 South Gulf Cove: 7621 Sawyer Cir. 941-629-6651 Port Charlotte: 590 Prineville St.www.murdockstonesetc.com adno=50534768 For All Your Landscaping Needs€ Mulch (Bag & Bulk) € Fill Dirt € Topsoil € River Rock € Gravel € Sand (Paver & DOT) € Edging € Driveway Stones € Rip Rap € Lava € Splash Block € Granite € Stepping Stones € Figurines € Slate & Flagstones € Pavers € Railroad Ties € Crimson Chips € Sod (Piece & Pallet) € Firelite Boulders € Crushed & Whole Shell $10 OFFDELIVERYWith CouponCode:SHHG

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45.69 32.93 1746 43.43 +.8Allstate ALL 1.84 1.9 14 105.36 84.25 2307 95.00 -9.3Allstat pfA ALLpA 1.41 5.6 ... 26.43 24.63 13 25.06 -2.1Allstate 53 ALLpB 1.28 5.0 ... 28.29 25.10 35 25.61 -2.4Allstat pfC ALLpC 1.69 6.6 ... 27.74 25.48 7 25.66 -1.4 Allstat pfD ALLpD 1.66 6.4 ... 27.98 25.60 5 25.91 -1.8Allstat pfE ALLpE 1.66 6.4 ... 27.70 25.70 22 25.91 -1.3Allstat pfF ALLpF 1.56 6.0 ... 27.83 25.02 15 26.20 -1.5AllyFincl ALLY .52 1.9 12 31.29 18.26 3674 26.99 -7.4AlmadM n AAU ... ... ... 1.53 .71 204 .76 -26.7AlpUSQVal QVAL 1.35e 4.4 ...q 33.51 24.72 24 30.74 +.1AlpValuIntl IVAL 1.35e 4.1 ... 35.03 29.78 4 32.97 -.2AlpMoIntQ IMOM ... ... ...q 33.00 25.69 2 30.14 -.8AlpMoUSQ QMOM ... ... ... 31.67 24.73 31.02 +8.5AlpArcVl n VMOT ... ... ... 31.39 24.95 14 29.62 +2.2AlphaPro APT ... ... 18 4.25 2.70 141 3.60 -10.0AlpGDDiv AGD .78 7.4 ...q 11.55 9.85 10.61 -1.8AlpGPPrp AWP .60 9.3 ...q 6.98 5.75 6.43 -4.6AlpTotDiv AOD .69 7.6 ...q 10.03 8.39 9.03 -4.6AlpsETF GRI 1.52e 3.6 ...q 47.47 40.28 2 42.89 -4.5AlpsEqSect EQL 1.83e 2.6 ...q 73.29 63.26 1 69.23 -.4AlpDisrTc n DTEC ... ... ... 29.82 24.40 13 27.70 +9.9AlpBzSoMed BUZ ... ... ... 36.29 27.49 4 35.34 +10.3AlpsRivFlex RFFC ... ... ... 35.25 30.68 5 33.53 -3.5Alps RivDiv RFDA ... ... ... 33.92 27.87 4 32.17 +1.6tAlpRvrCare RFCI ... ... ... 26.24 23.77 5 23.76 -3.8AlpRivUncn RFUN ... ... ... 26.57 25.08 3 25.11 -3.6AlpSprtJG SGDJ ... ... ...q 38.94 27.95 4 29.88 -11.1sAlpMedBrk SBIO ... ... ...q 37.20 24.10 72 37.20 +13.4AlpSprotG SGDM .12e .6 ...q 22.94 18.32 17 19.30 -6.8AlpWkplEq EQLT .42e 1.1 ...q 39.15 32.53 0 36.66 +1.2AlpEDvDg EDOG .73e 3.1 ...q 27.38 22.87 8 23.23 -8.6AlpAlerEn ENFR 1.35e 6.2 ...q 24.50 19.24 9 21.74 -5.8AlpIntDvDg IDOG 1.47e 5.1 ...q 30.26 26.05 26 28.74 +.3AlpBarr400 BFOR .25e .6 ...q 44.22 36.66 1 43.42 +4.4tAlpRivStInc RIGS .30e 1.2 ...q 25.76 24.34 12 24.36 -3.1AlpsDvDog SDOG 1.40e 3.1 ...q 49.27 41.57 70 44.81 -2.2AlpAlerMLP AMLP 1.35e 13.0 ...q 12.38 9.01 12969 10.42 -3.4Alteryx n AYX ... ... ... 39.21 17.74 954 32.42 +28.3Altice n ATUS ... ... ...dd 35.29 16.25 5806 21.00 -1.1AltisrcAst AAMC ... ... ...dd 116.00 55.00 1 63.10 -22.7AltisResid RESI .60 5.8 ...dd 14.84 9.87 10.37 -12.6Altria MO 2.80f 5.1 17 77.79 53.91 11738 55.29 -22.6AlumChina ACH ... ... ... 23.54 11.26 43 13.76 -23.3ATrFn pfA AFSIpA 1.69 9.3 ... 25.28 13.96 6 18.09 -12.2AmTrF pfB AFSIpB 1.81 10.0 ... 25.23 12.92 5 18.16 -16.9AmTrF pfC AFSIpC 1.91 10.2 ... 25.57 14.91 2 18.61 -17.3AmTrF pf F AFSIpF ... ... ... 24.19 13.93 12 18.11 -11.8AmTrF pfE AFSIpE ... ... ... 26.09 14.80 11 20.97 -8.5AmTrFn 7.5 AFST ... ... ... 27.79 23.30 8 24.85 -4.0AmTrFn 55 AFSS 1.81 7.5 ... 26.36 21.41 5 23.99 -4.0AmTrF pfD AFSIpD 1.88 10.0 ... 25.46 14.42 15 18.76 -15.5AmberRd AMBR ... ... ...dd 10.29 6.14 158 9.51 +29.6Ambev ABEV .05e .9 10 7.43 5.30 27218 5.66 -12.4Ameren AEE 1.83 3.3 20 64.89 51.89 1605 55.84 -5.3Ameresco AMRC ... ... 18 13.20 5.25 91 11.10 +29.1AMovilL AMX .17e 1.0 12 19.91 15.63 1963 16.38 -4.5AmMovl A AMOV ... ... ... 19.87 15.52 10 16.30 -4.1AmAssets AAT 1.08f 3.1 22 41.69 30.62 301 34.56 -9.6AmAxle AXL ... ... 5 20.27 13.38 1135 16.17 -5.0AmCampus ACC 1.84f 4.9 36 49.26 34.52 776 37.21 -9.3sAEagleOut AEO .55f 2.4 21 22.67 10.23 4858 22.93 +22.0AEP AEP 2.48 3.8 17 78.07 63.32 3187 65.22 -11.3AEqInvLf AEL .24f .8 17 35.79 23.02 442 29.00 -5.6AmExp AXP 1.40 1.4 16 102.96 75.98 2876 101.22 +1.9AFnclGrp AFG 1.40 1.3 19 121.69 95.19 284 110.35 +1.7AFnclGp 54 AFGE 1.56 6.1 ... 27.53 25.20 6 25.74 -1.8AFnclGp 55 AFGH 1.50 5.9 ... 28.40 25.00 16 25.64 -2.2AHm4Rent AMH .20 1.0 ... 23.23 18.39 1325 19.79 -9.4AHm4R pfC AMHpC 1.38 4.8 ... 29.10 27.85 28.36 -.3AHm4Rn pfD AMHpD 1.63 6.5 ... 27.73 24.61 3 25.02 -8.6AHm4R pfE AMHpE 1.59 6.4 ... 27.53 24.53 3 24.69 -7.8AH4Rn pfG AMHpG 1.47 6.4 ... 26.38 22.27 27 23.04 -8.5AHm4R pfF AMHpF ... ... ... 26.27 22.43 7 23.34 -8.7AIG wt AIG/WS ... ... ... 24.50 16.33 20.10 +10.9AmIntlGrp AIG 1.28 2.3 ...dd 67.30 49.57 8541 54.79 -8.0AmLorain ALN ... ... ...dd .52 .14 61 .16 -9.1AMidstrm AMID 1.65 15.0 ...dd 15.25 9.42 161 11.00 -17.6AmrRlty ARL ... ... ...dd 21.57 7.25 19 14.26 +11.0AmRenAs n ARA ... ... ... 24.07 9.91 110 15.21 -12.6AmShrd AMS ... ... 13 4.25 2.25 37 2.75 +5.9AmStsWtr AWR 1.02 1.9 29 60.00 44.12 108 54.29 -6.3AmTower AMT 3.00f 2.2 40 155.28 125.24 1820 136.85 -4.1ATowr pfB AMTpB 5.50 4.7 ... 135.99 114.00 117.60 -6.5AVangrd AVD .08 .4 40 24.00 16.70 94 21.70 +10.4AmWtrWks AWK 1.82f 2.3 35 92.37 75.50 723 80.34 -12.2AmerSilvr n USAS ... ... ... 3.65 Amerigas APU 3.80 9.2 33 48.37 39.41 210 41.11 -11.1Ameriprise AMP 3.60f 2.5 12 183.90 118.84 1382 141.45 -16.5AmeriBrgn ABC 1.52 1.7 10 106.27 71.90 1532 87.07 -5.2Ametek AME .36 .5 31 79.32 59.56 1231 75.33 +3.9AmiraNatF ANFI ... ... ... 7.05 1.62 649 2.48 -40.5Ampco AP ... ... ...dd 18.60 8.49 20 9.70 -21.8Amphenol APH .92f 1.0 36 93.62 72.35 999 88.12 +.4AmpioPhm AMPE ... ... ... 4.95 .38 272 2.47 -39.3AmpSrLn n YESR ... ... ... 28.57 23.85 4 24.72 +1.3AmpDivOpt DIVO ... ... ... 30.56 25.82 4 28.50 -1.7AmplOil n AMLX ... ... ... 15.25 9.17 9.61 -15.7Ampliph rs APHB ... ... ...dd 2.05 .67 170 1.14 +12.9Amrep AXR ... ... 9 7.71 6.20 2 7.20 +2.6sAnadarko APC 1.00 1.4 83 70.67 39.96 3867 71.14 +32.6Anadrk 18 AEUA 3.75 11.7 ... 46.26 28.60 528 31.95 -7.8sAndeavor ANDV 2.36 1.6 42 144.08 82.01 1852 146.81 +28.4AndeavLog ANDX 4.42f 9.9 23 55.21 40.66 607 44.78 -3.1Anf DvAlt n DALT ... ... ... 10.57 9.62 0 10.00 -1.6tAnglogldA AU ... ... ... 12.40 8.45 5212 8.31 -18.4ABInBev BUD 3.19e 3.4 23 126.50 92.97 1865 94.42 -15.4Anixter AXE ... ... 14 88.85 56.25 270 61.90 -18.6Annaly NLY 1.20 11.7 12 12.73 9.95 7433 10.29 -13.5Annaly pfC NLYpC 1.91 7.5 ... 26.34 25.00 14 25.60 +.4Annaly pfD NLYpD 1.88 7.4 ... 26.27 24.06 9 25.40 +.2Annaly pfG NLYpG 1.63 6.8 ... 24.83 23.35 36 23.82 -3.9Annaly pfF NLYpF ... ... ... 26.59 24.54 23 25.29 -2.1Annaly pfE NLYpE 1.91 7.6 ... 25.89 25.12 25.26 Antero n AMGP .16e .9 ... 22.87 14.85 479 17.93 -9.1AnteroMid AM 1.56f 5.6 22 35.55 24.20 405 27.97 -3.7AnteroRes AR 1.00 5.1 41 22.68 16.31 2428 19.52 +2.7Anthem ANTM 3.00 1.3 15 267.95 174.96 976 231.79 +3.0Anthem un ANTX 2.63 4.6 ... 64.78 47.02 56.86 +1.5Anworth ANH .60 12.4 10 6.35 4.55 324 4.82 -11.4Anwrth pfA ANHpA 2.16 8.2 ... 28.19 25.35 0 26.21 -.9Anwrth pfB ANHpB 1.56 6.1 ... 30.92 24.60 25.39 -7.5Anwrth pfC ANHpC 1.91 7.6 ... 25.49 24.46 2 25.03 -.5Aon plc AON 1.60f 1.1 28 152.78 126.88 743 140.94 +5.2Apache APA 1.00 2.3 28 51.45 33.60 4360 44.01 +4.2AptInv AIV 1.52 3.9 ...cc 46.72 37.97 839 38.66 -11.6AptInv pfA AIVpA 1.72 6.6 ... 27.80 25.56 23 25.90 -5.5ApolloCRE ARI 1.84 10.0 11 19.26 17.56 1462 18.35 -.5ApoCRE pfA ARIpA 2.16 ... ... ApoCRE pfC ARIpC ... ... ... 25.89 24.80 8 25.36 -1.7ApolloGM APO 1.95e 6.5 10 37.35 25.61 630 29.81 -10.9ApollG pfA APOpA 1.60 6.4 ... 26.62 23.98 14 25.12 -4.5ApolloI 43 AIY 1.72 6.8 ... 26.86 25.13 6 25.17 -3.5ApollSrFlt AFT 1.08a 6.5 ...q 18.69 16.08 88 16.51 +1.8ApolloTact AIF 1.20a 7.6 ...q 16.59 15.37 101 15.73 -.1AppHReit n APLE 1.20 6.6 29 20.19 16.72 1107 18.28 -6.3ApldIndlT AIT 1.20 1.7 19 75.40 54.00 130 71.10 +4.4Aptargrp ATR 1.28 1.4 27 96.39 79.97 243 93.29 +8.1sAptiv APTV .22 .2 19 98.20 70.51 1683 98.23 +15.8AquaAm WTR .82 2.5 25 39.55 31.50 405 33.17 -15.4Aquantia n AQ ... ... ... 18.49 9.60 311 11.83 +4.4Acquavnt n WAAS ... ... ... 17.70 10.87 50 14.06 -9.4Aramark ARMK .42 1.1 19 46.09 36.29 1055 38.20 -10.6ArborRT ABR 1.00f 10.8 7 9.51 7.88 1169 9.23 +6.8Arbor prA ABRpA 2.06 8.1 ... 25.98 24.81 0 25.49 +.6ArborR pfB ABRpB 1.94 7.7 ... 25.95 24.59 25.30 -1.0ArborR pfC ABRpC 2.13 8.2 ... 26.68 25.51 3 25.89 -1.1ArborRT 21 ABRN 1.84 7.3 ... 25.87 25.02 25.26 -.7ArcLogist ARCX 1.76 10.7 23 17.17 13.85 16.51 ArcelorM rs MT .10p ... 9 37.50 19.59 2313 36.05 +11.6ArchCoal ARCH 1.60 2.0 8 102.61 60.13 242 80.28 -13.8ArchDan ADM 1.34 3.0 18 46.25 38.59 3790 44.91 +12.1Archrock AROC .48 4.0 32 13.01 8.25 2117 11.90 +13.3Arconic ARNC .24 1.3 ...dd 31.17 16.66 3025 18.15 -33.4Arconic pf ARNCp 3.75 4.3 ... 92.00 85.00 87.25 +1.6 Arconic pfB ARNCpB 2.69 6.9 ... 42.08 38.33 38.90 tArcosDor ARCO ... ... 34 10.80 7.28 1924 7.15 -30.9ArcusBio n RCUS ... ... ... 19.67 13.26 49 16.28 -5.3Ardaugh n ARD .56 3.1 ... 24.54 17.43 68 17.98 -14.8ArdmoreSh ASC ... ... ...dd 9.05 6.40 98 8.10 +1.3AresCmcl ACRE 1.12f 8.2 12 13.86 11.96 128 13.67 +6.0AresDyCr ARDC 1.40 8.5 ...q 16.60 15.48 82 16.42 AresMgmt ARES 1.18e 5.4 15 25.95 17.25 208 22.10 +10.5AresMg pfA ARESpA 1.75 6.5 ... 27.43 25.31 16 26.80 +1.1Argan AGX 1.25e ... 7 69.95 36.30 254 39.90 -11.3ArgoGp42 AGIIL 1.63 6.4 ... 25.51 25.00 2 25.44 +.7ArgoGpInt AGII 1.08b 1.7 13 65.90 48.83 115 61.75 +15.2AristaNetw ANET ... ... 50 311.67 141.05 1338 247.47 +5.0ArkInnova ARKK ... ... ...q 45.35 27.10 277 43.13 +16.3ArkIndInno ARKQ ... ... ...q 37.14 27.57 8 34.53 +4.8ArkGenom ARKG ... ... ...q 30.51 19.97 72 28.47 +16.3ArkWebX.O ARKW .94p .7 ...q 55.31 32.60 86 52.89 +14.8Ark 3dPr n PRNT ... ... ... 27.21 22.65 5 25.15 +3.2Ark IsrTc n IZRL ... ... ... 22.04 19.16 2 20.54 +.9ArlingAst AI 2.20 20.1 6 15.03 9.90 546 10.94 -7.1ArlingAst23 AIW 1.66 7.0 ... 25.45 23.58 2 23.80 -2.6ArlingAst25 AIC 1.69 7.1 ... 24.97 23.04 5 23.69 -2.3ArlAsst pfB AIpB 1.75 7.1 ... 25.85 22.97 1 24.77 -.7ArmadaHof AHH .80 5.9 18 16.00 12.67 146 13.58 -12.6ArmrR pfA ARRpA 2.06 8.2 ... 25.83 23.71 1 25.19 -1.0ArmrR pfB ARRpB 1.97 7.9 ... 25.37 24.09 11 24.81 -.8ArmourR rs ARR 2.72 12.1 5 27.60 21.40 366 22.53 -12.4ArmsFloor AFI ... ... 63 19.38 12.03 83 13.23 -21.8ArmstrWld AWI ... ... 14 64.60 41.20 319 59.90 -1.1ArmstW wi AWI/WI ... ... ... 41.30 ArrwDJYld GYLD 1.59e 9.2 ...q 19.24 16.98 11 17.37 -3.4ArrowEl ARW ... ... 11 87.26 72.31 768 75.09 -6.6ArwQVMEq QVM ... ... ...q 30.15 24.63 27.35 -1.3ArtisanPtr APAM 2.40a 7.3 22 41.45 27.55 307 32.70 -17.2AskanoG g AKG ... ... ... 2.21 .43 657 1.23 +74.2AsburyA ABG ... ... 10 76.40 49.10 317 70.60 +10.3AshfordHT AHT .48 7.0 ...dd 7.28 5.42 353 6.82 +1.3Ashfrd pfD AHTpD 2.11 8.2 ... 26.00 25.06 3 25.76 +2.3AshfHT pfF AHTpF 1.84 8.0 ... 25.50 22.21 11 23.08 -9.1AshfrH pfG AHTpG 1.84 7.9 ... 25.44 22.23 5 23.24 -7.5AshfrdH pfH AHTpH 1.88 7.9 ... 25.47 22.44 24 23.65 -6.9AshfrdH pfI AHTpI 1.88 8.0 ... 25.16 22.62 24 23.44 -6.7Ashford AINC ... ... 21 109.82 47.03 2 82.50 -11.3sAshland ASH .90m 1.2 43 77.16 59.80 695 77.25 +8.5AsiaPc APB .61e 2.0 ...q 15.71 12.17 0 14.22 -1.4AsiaTigr GRR .07e .6 ...q 11.49 9.95 10.92 +4.9AspenAero ASPN ... ... ...dd 5.58 3.99 15 4.96 +1.6AspenIns AHL .96 2.2 ...dd 52.40 34.80 318 42.90 +5.7Aspen pfC AHLpC 1.49 5.9 ... 28.99 25.21 21 25.40 -6.9AspIns pfD AHLpD 1.41 5.8 ... 26.60 23.71 10 24.29 -5.8AscBnc pfC ASBpC 1.53 6.0 ... 27.50 25.28 5 25.69 -5.5AsscBc pf D ASBpD ... ... ... 26.65 24.08 3 24.80 -4.5sAsscdBanc ASB .60 2.2 18 27.25 20.95 1560 27.30 +7.5AsdBan wt ASB/WS ... ... ... 2.80 AssocCap n AC .20 .5 ... 38.85 32.20 27 38.20 +12.0Assurant AIZ 2.24 2.4 37 106.99 84.34 1195 94.29 -6.5AssuredG AGO .64 1.8 7 45.73 32.97 476 35.50 +4.8AsdGMu01 AGOpB 1.72 6.6 ... 26.49 25.36 3 25.94 -.3AsdGMu02 AGOpE 1.56 6.2 ... 26.82 24.81 10 25.26 -3.4AsdGMu03 AGOpF 1.40 5.6 ... 25.68 24.13 1 25.01 -.2AsteriasBio AST ... ... ...dd 3.75 1.20 215 1.80 -20.0AstraZen s AZN 1.37e 3.8 9 36.75 28.43 5134 36.44 +5.0AtHomGr n HOME ... ... 58 37.27 18.40 435 35.99 +18.4Atento SA ATTO .34p ... 14 12.90 6.68 47 7.60 -25.1Athene n ATH ... ... ... 55.22 45.15 1225 46.71 -9.7AtkoreInt n ATRK ... ... ... 24.48 15.05 4871 20.85 -2.8AtlPwr g AT .12 ... ...dd 2.60 1.80 646 2.20 -6.4ATMOS ATO 1.94f 2.3 16 93.56 76.46 374 85.39 -.6AurynRs n AUG ... ... ... 3.00 1.24 18 1.28 -22.0AutoNatn AN ... ... 12 62.02 38.20 684 47.61 -7.2Autohome ATHM ... ... 17 107.54 40.65 505 104.47 +61.5Autoliv ALV 2.32 1.6 23 153.84 104.56 207 146.52 +15.3AutoZone AZO ... ... 14 797.89 491.13 328 646.30 -9.1Auxilio n AUXO ... ... 32 5.35 3.12 3.47 AvalonHld AWX ... ... ...dd 3.64 1.83 10 2.15 +7.5AvalonBay AVB 5.88f 3.7 21 199.52 152.65 729 158.52 -11.1Avangrid n AGR 1.73 3.4 39 54.55 43.13 342 51.47 +1.8AvayaHl n AVYA ... ... 19 23.76 19.08 1337 22.43 +12.1AveICSFd ACP 1.44 10.5 ...q 14.93 13.31 13.72 -2.2AveryD AVY 2.26f 2.1 28 123.67 82.50 578 108.19 -5.8Avianca AVH .18e 2.3 ... 9.76 6.37 85 7.85 -2.2AvinoSG g ASM ... ... ... 1.89 1.14 53 1.38 +3.0Avista AVA 1.49f 2.8 29 52.83 41.21 461 52.44 +1.8Avon AVP ... ... 19 3.89 1.85 7952 1.94 -9.8Axalta AXTA ... ... ... 38.20 27.77 1331 32.21 -.5AXIS Cap AXS 1.56 2.7 ...dd 66.52 47.43 429 57.98 +15.4AXIS pfD AXSpD 1.38 5.7 ... 25.98 23.79 8 24.05 -4.7AxisCap pfE AXSpE ... ... ... 25.85 23.39 33 24.21 -3.8Azul n AZUL ... ... ... 35.05 19.85 1422 20.89 -12.3AzurePwr n AZRE ... ... ... 18.10 12.53 2 15.28 +7.6B -B&G Foods BGS 1.86 6.7 8 41.20 22.00 1463 27.70 -21.2B2gold g BTG ... ... 68 3.30 2.31 2990 2.71 -12.6BB&T Cp BBT 1.50a 2.7 17 56.31 41.17 2841 55.43 +11.5BB&T pfD BBTpD ... ... ... 25.79 24.87 11 25.42 -.2BB&T pfE BBTpE 1.41 5.6 ... 25.68 24.49 29 25.01 -1.0BB&T pfF BBTpF 1.30 5.3 ... 25.64 23.50 206 24.69 -1.4BB&T pfG BBTpG 1.30 5.3 ... 25.85 23.57 20 24.65 -2.0BB&T pfH BBTpH 1.41 5.6 ... 27.33 24.95 31 25.38 -6.0BBVABFrn BFR .25e 1.4 ... 27.45 14.55 386 17.70 -29.8BBX Cap n BBX .03 .3 ... 10.17 5.87 139 9.02 +13.2BCE g BCE 3.02 ... ... 49.06 41.01 654 42.28 -11.9BG Staffing BGSF 1.20f 5.7 24 22.49 14.26 62 20.93 +31.3BGCPtrs 42 BGCA 2.03 7.9 ... 26.73 25.05 16 25.85 -.2BHP BillLt BHP 1.66e 3.2 ... 51.83 33.42 2539 51.38 +11.7BHPBil plc BBL 1.66e 3.5 ... 47.31 28.73 941 46.96 +16.5BP MidPt n BPMP ... ... ... 23.00 16.83 115 21.37 +3.9sBP PLC BP 2.38 5.0 25 46.99 33.90 7207 47.19 +12.3BP Pru BPT 3.60e 13.3 5 27.95 18.65 497 27.10 +34.8tBRF SA BRFS ... ... ... 15.50 5.95 5730 6.00 -46.7BRT BRT .80f 6.3 11 13.99 7.36 24 12.75 +8.1BT Grp s BT .99e 7.2 ... 21.16 13.72 1042 13.84 -24.0BWX Tech BWXT .64f .9 34 72.18 45.79 372 68.37 +13.0B&W Ent n BW ... ... ...dd 12.06 1.61 1643 2.69 -52.6BabShDHi BGH 1.84 9.8 ...q 20.83 18.35 48 18.87 -2.6BadgerMtr s BMI .52 1.2 37 52.10 38.20 187 42.60 -10.9BakHuGE n BHGE .72f 2.0 ...cc 38.59 25.53 4268 36.64 +15.8BallCorp s BLL .40 1.1 19 43.24 35.60 1685 37.99 +.4Ballanty BTN ... ... ...dd 7.35 3.95 5 5.15 +10.8BanColum CIB 1.27e 2.8 ... 51.38 36.38 634 45.32 +14.3BancCalif BANC .52 2.8 14 23.40 17.10 604 18.80 -9.0BcCalif pfC BANCpC 2.00 7.7 ... 27.25 25.46 2 25.98 -1.0BcCalif pfE BANCpE ... ... ... 28.59 24.70 6 25.82 -2.3BcCal pfD BANCpD 1.84 7.0 ... 27.08 25.58 2 26.19 -1.3BcBilVArg BBVA .27e 3.4 ... 9.54 7.63 1078 7.87 -7.4BcoBrades s BBDO .02r .3 ... 11.90 7.00 1 7.98 -5.3BcoBrad s BBD .06a .7 ... 11.98 7.12 13097 8.45 -9.3BcoLatin BLX 1.54 5.5 14 30.50 25.51 64 27.84 +3.5BcoMacro BMA ... ... ... 136.10 69.95 394 82.64 -28.7BcoSantSA SAN .21e 3.4 ... 7.57 6.27 3057 6.30 -3.7BcoSBrasil BSBR .29e 3.0 6 12.11 7.18 1651 9.62 -.5BcSanChile BSAC .85e 2.6 ... 35.09 23.93 199 33.21 +6.2BcoChile BCH 2.12e 2.2 ... 106.50 72.57 21 94.60 -2.0BcpSouth BXS .56 1.6 ... 35.55 27.20 333 34.20 +8.7Bcp NJ BKJ .24 1.4 27 18.55 15.15 15 17.15 -6.0BancFd pfA BCVpA 1.34 ... ... 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Yield: The dividend divided by the stock price. It helps gauge how well the stock is paying, compared to other investments such as CDs, bonds or savings accounts. 5 „ Price to earnings ratio: The price of a stock divided by its earnings per share. PEs are used to gauge the relative worth of a company stock. When compared to other companies in the same industry, the companies with the lowest PEs are generally earning higher prots.6 „ Range of closing prices in last year.7 „ Sales in thousands (10 = 10,000 shares), and closing price.8 „ Last trading price of the day. 9 „ Percent change for the year. st Arrows, indicate new highs or lows. Underline: indicates top 100 stocks by volume rank. Bold stocks designates which stocks have gone up or down 5% XYZcorp XYZ 1.20 3.6 17 34.09 27.27 2780 33.72 +20.7 Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg 2 1 3 4 5 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg6 7 9 Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg8 Continued on next pageAdvanced 1541 Declined 1302 New Highs 148 New Lows 50 Vol. (in mil.) 3,437 Pvs. Volume 3,173 1,926 2,061 1701 1105 171 49 NYSE NASD Stocks Recap 23,000 24,000 25,000 26,000 27,000 NM DJFMA 23,760 24,380 25,000 Dow Jones industrialsClose: 24,713.98 Change: -54.95 (-0.2%) 10 DAYS 6,600 6,900 7,200 7,500 7,800 NM DJFMA 7,040 7,260 7,480 Nasdaq compositeClose: 7,382.47 Change: -15.82 (-0.2%) 10 DAYSDOW 24839.49 24639.40 24713.98 -54.95 -0.22% t s t -0.02% DOW Trans. 10822.49 10610.64 10742.96 +40.42 +0.38% s s s +1.23% DOW Util. 675.67 667.20 668.56 -5.49 -0.81% t t t -7.58% NYSE Comp. 12787.12 12714.11 12747.83 +4.03 +0.03% s s t -0.48% NASDAQ 7425.39 7350.46 7382.47 -15.82 -0.21% t s s +6.94% S&P 500 2731.96 2711.36 2720.13 -2.33 -0.09% t s t +1.74% S&P 400 1954.87 1942.61 1948.28 +4.47 +0.23% s s s +2.51% Wilshire 5000 28443.25 28238.29 28328.84 +5.85 +0.02% s s t +1.92% Russell 2000 1627.32 1615.46 1625.29 +8.92 +0.55% s s s +5.85% HIGH LOW CLOSE CHG. %CHG. 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.74 5.7 ...q 15.65 12.97 0 13.03 -11.5BlkNYIQT BSE .69 5.6 ...q 14.00 12.14 5 12.34 -6.2BlkNYIT BNY .83 6.5 ...q 15.50 12.60 11 12.81 -10.4BlkNYMu2 BFY .84 6.5 ...q 15.90 12.73 8 12.95 -12.5BlkRsCmdy BCX .79 7.9 ...q 10.50 7.76 329 9.89 +1.2BlkSciTch BST 1.20 3.7 ...q 34.27 22.03 72 32.08 +20.2BlkStMT BSD .78a 6.2 ...q 15.61 12.41 10 12.52 -8.5BlkU&Inf BUI 1.45 7.3 ...q 21.74 19.08 39 19.81 -8.4BlkVAMB BHV .83 5.1 ...q 20.22 15.53 10 16.23 -5.7BlkstFltRt BSL 1.08 6.0 ...q 18.51 17.01 63 17.94 -.3BlkstGSOSt BGB 1.26 7.9 ...q 16.29 15.51 126 15.85 +.9Blackstone BX 2.70e 8.6 15 37.52 29.58 2079 31.45 -1.8BlkstnMtg BXMT 2.48 7.9 13 33.08 29.51 723 31.31 -2.7BlkLSCrInc BGX 1.18 7.1 ...q 16.98 15.45 51 16.56 +4.0BlockHR HRB .96 3.5 22 31.80 23.60 1701 27.74 +5.8BlonderT BDR ... ... ...dd 1.52 .38 44 .93 +53.5BlueAprn n APRN ... ... ...dd 10.10 1.72 8983 2.77 -31.3BlueCapRe BCRH 1.20 10.7 ...dd 20.20 10.75 8 11.25 -6.6BluegVac n BXG .60 3.0 ... 24.55 13.00 41 19.96 +9.3BlueLinx rs BXC ... ... 12 41.85 7.57 114 38.79 +297.4BluerkRsd BRG 1.16 13.2 ...dd 13.77 7.02 165 8.78 -13.2BluerkRs pf BRGpA 2.06 8.2 ... 27.00 24.53 5 25.25 -4.3BluerkR pfD BRGpD 1.78 8.1 ... 26.25 20.84 1 22.10 -12.3BluerkR pfC BRGpC 1.91 8.1 ... 26.50 22.48 1 23.62 -7.2BdwlkPpl BWP .40 3.7 10 18.73 9.10 2380 10.67 -17.4Boeing BA 6.84 2.0 36 371.60 182.52 2466 344.14 +16.7BoiseCasc BCC .28 .6 16 45.95 26.25 276 44.45 +11.4BonanzaCE BCEI ... ... ...dd 39.50 23.33 772 35.95 +30.3BootBarn BOOT ... ... 28 26.25 5.90 1533 24.49 +47.4sBoozAllnH BAH .76f 1.8 21 41.38 31.06 601 41.20 +8.1BorgWarn BWA .68 1.3 15 58.22 40.00 1040 52.39 +2.5sBostBeer SAM ... ... 30 240.00 128.70 107 240.85 +26.0BostProp BXP 3.20f 2.7 28 131.84 111.57 768 117.24 -9.8BosProp pfB BXPpB 1.31 5.4 ... 26.94 22.69 2 24.19 -4.2sBostonSci BSX ... ... 21 30.41 24.54 7304 30.32 +22.3BldrG&IFd BIF .11a 1.0 ...q 11.84 9.38 100 10.84 -2.3BovieMed BVX ... ... ...dd 4.29 1.93 275 4.08 +56.9BowlA BWL/A .68 4.4 43 16.64 13.43 0 15.61 +4.1Box Inc n BOX ... ... ...dd 28.68 17.25 3105 27.68 +31.1BoydGm BYD .20 ... 24 40.44 24.17 1670 36.88 +5.2BradyCp BRC .83 2.1 26 40.25 31.70 259 38.90 +2.6BraemHot BHR .64 6.1 8 11.34 8.44 207 10.41 +7.0AshHPr pfB AHPpB ... ... ... 21.34 18.20 19.28 -3.6Brandyw BDN .72 4.6 14 18.69 15.21 2042 15.54 -14.6BrasilAgro LND ... ... ... 4.55 3.21 26 3.70 +5.6Braskem BAK .78e 3.0 ... 33.73 18.82 245 26.32 +.2BridgptEd BPI ... ... 25 15.40 5.31 113 6.00 -27.7BrigStrat BGG .56 3.0 11 27.34 17.11 242 18.87 -25.6BrightHrz BFAM ... ... 49 105.04 75.55 137 99.43 +5.8BrghtSch n BEDU ... ... ...dd 28.18 10.79 1009 18.54 -.7Brinker EAT 1.52 3.4 14 47.04 29.50 926 45.00 +15.9Brinks BCO .60 .8 ...cc 88.10 59.40 619 70.75 -10.1BrMySq BMY 1.60 3.0 52 70.05 49.96 8097 52.74 -13.9sBristowGp BRS .28 1.5 ...dd 18.82 6.21 897 18.72 +39.0BritATob s BTI 2.24e 4.4 ... 73.41 50.82 3047 51.41 -23.3BrixmorP BRX 1.10 7.7 12 20.59 13.74 4099 14.26 -23.6BroadrdgF BR 1.46 1.3 35 118.36 71.58 920 113.81 +25.6Brookdale BKD ... ... ...dd 15.66 6.28 2280 7.62 -21.4 BrkfdAs g s BAM .60 1.5 14 44.33 37.22 605 40.32 -7.4BrookBus n BBU .25 .6 ... 41.42 25.95 43 38.50 +11.5BrkfDtla pf DTLAp 1.91 7.4 ... 31.31 23.62 3 25.66 -10.9BrkGblInf INF 1.40 11.5 ...q 14.20 11.02 32 12.20 -5.6BrkfInfra s BIP 1.88 4.9 27 46.88 37.54 497 38.57 -13.9BrkRlAs n RA .20p ... ... 24.39 21.06 97 22.66 -3.0BrkfReEn BEP 1.96 6.3 ... 36.00 29.74 106 31.31 -10.3HeliosTR rt HTRr ... ... ... .64 BrwnBrn s BRO .30 1.1 27 27.90 21.09 490 27.52 sBrownFA s BF/A .79 1.4 33 56.10 35.69 28 56.60 +13.2sBrownFB s BF/B ... ... ... 58.50 37.71 726 58.92 Brunswick BC .76 1.2 17 64.45 48.04 822 62.64 +13.4Buckeye BPL 5.05 13.0 12 67.32 35.24 1074 38.85 -21.6Buckle BKE 1.00e 3.9 14 26.21 13.50 390 25.80 +8.6Buenavent BVN ... ... ...dd 16.80 10.87 903 15.25 +8.3BldBear BBW ... ... 19 11.90 7.25 90 9.25 +.5BungeLt BG 1.84 2.6 31 83.75 63.87 1017 70.69 +5.4BurlStrs BURL ... ... 33 142.23 79.07 835 140.34 +14.1BylineBc n BY ... ... ... 24.80 19.02 45 21.87 -4.8C -C&J Eng n CJ ... ... ... 36.57 22.99 1315 31.30 -6.5CTrkMH23 MLPC .89e 6.1 ...q 17.45 12.85 1 14.57 -4.3CtrMillr n MLPE ... ... ... 26.12 19.84 21.05 -9.2CAE Inc g CAE .36 ... ... 19.95 15.66 130 19.10 +2.9CAI Intl CAI ... ... 7 40.11 18.33 210 25.66 -9.4sCBIZ Inc CBZ ... ... 23 20.00 14.05 212 20.05 +29.8CBL Asc CBL .80m 18.6 2 9.67 3.80 4901 4.30 -24.0CBL pfD CBLpD 1.84 10.3 ... 24.96 16.30 32 17.94 -17.9CBL pfE CBLpE 1.66 10.4 ... 25.08 15.06 54 15.96 -27.6CBRE GRE IGR .60 8.2 ...q 8.05 7.17 202 7.35 -7.2CBRE Grp CBRE ... ... 18 48.44 33.65 1306 47.42 +9.5CBS A CBS/A .72f 1.4 15 68.86 47.98 19 51.77 -13.4CBS B CBS .72 1.4 12 68.75 47.54 11976 51.61 -12.5CCA Inds CAW ... ... 14 3.81 2.75 2 3.00 -4.8CF Inds s CF 1.20 2.9 ...dd 45.00 25.65 2316 41.10 -3.4CGG rs CGG ... ... ... 7.67 1.88 223 2.90 -35.1CGI g GIB ... ... ... 60.90 48.43 232 59.84 +10.1CIT Grp CIT .64 1.2 22 56.14 43.25 2087 54.65 +11.0CKE Inc CK ... ... ... CKX Lands CKX .12m 1.2 43 12.10 9.60 10.20 +.2CMS Eng CMS 1.43 3.2 27 50.83 40.48 1620 44.08 -6.8CNA Fn CNA 1.20a 2.4 14 55.62 43.99 185 49.30 -7.1CNH Indl CNHI .14e 1.1 ...cc 15.65 10.78 984 12.22 -8.8CNO Fincl CNO .40f 2.0 13 26.47 19.37 1874 20.30 -17.8CNOOC CEO 4.92e 2.7 ... 182.58 108.05 202 179.17 +24.8CNX Midst CNXM 1.30f 6.7 12 22.35 15.25 35 19.31 +15.1CNX Resc CNX .04 .2 ...dd 18.08 11.30 2292 16.58 +13.3ConslCoal n CCR 2.05 12.9 ... 16.65 13.15 15 15.90 +1.6CONSOL n CEIX ... ... 20 44.85 19.51 385 43.91 +11.1CPFL Eng CPL .12e 1.0 ... 17.69 10.63 28 11.61 +1.0CPI Aero CVU ... ... 16 10.80 6.95 15 10.20 +14.0CRH Med CRHM ... ... ...cc 6.23 1.46 23 3.55 +34.0CRH CRH .72e 1.9 ... 39.32 32.47 1221 37.00 +2.5CsopChiA50 AFTY 1.17e 6.8 ...q 20.51 13.94 2 17.14 -2.6Csop ChInt CNHX ... ... ...q 31.99 25.91 27.27 -6.4Csop Csi300 HAHA ... ... ...q 36.52 28.98 31.55 -6.3CSS Inds CSS .80 4.9 68 30.29 15.13 32 16.27 -41.5sCTS CTS .16 .5 26 31.95 20.30 67 32.05 +24.5sCURO Gp n CURO ... ... 48 24.66 13.50 4214 23.57 +67.4sCVR Engy CVI 2.00 4.6 ...cc 41.97 16.75 432 43.88 +17.8CVR Ptrs UAN .71e 24.2 ...dd 4.81 2.58 116 2.93 -10.7sCVR Rfng CVRR 2.95e ... 18 20.15 6.70 777 20.70 +25.1CVS Health CVS 2.00 3.0 12 84.00 60.14 6605 65.76 -9.3CWA Inco n CWAI ... ... ... 26.93 24.45 24.45 -4.3CYS Invest CYS .88 12.3 7 8.98 6.25 506 7.14 -11.1CYSInv pfA CYSpA 1.94 7.8 ... 25.73 24.01 8 24.99 -.1CYSInv pfB CYSpB 1.88 7.7 ... 25.32 23.40 6 24.48 -1.2CabGS t34 GYB .83 3.6 ... 23.75 22.03 22.96 -.1CabcoJCP97 PFH 1.91 14.3 ... 18.74 11.00 4 13.36 -9.4CabAT&T34 GYC .83 3.6 ... 24.90 21.30 3 23.00 +2.0CableOne n CABO 7.00 1.1 33 788.00 597.40 56 660.01 -6.2Cabot CBT 1.32f 2.1 17 68.63 50.56 512 61.41 -.3CabotO&G COG .24 1.0 44 29.57 21.40 6258 23.35 -18.4CACI CACI ... ... 14 165.00 118.10 102 164.20 +24.1Cactus n WHD ... ... ... 36.39 19.18 549 35.28 +74.2CadencB n CADE .13 .4 64 30.50 20.00 645 29.32 +8.1CaledoMn n CMCL .28 3.0 ... 9.94 5.17 13 9.22 +24.8Caleres CAL .28 .8 18 36.36 22.39 558 35.85 +7.1sCalifRes rs CRC ... ... ...dd 35.78 6.47 2880 36.88 +89.7CalifWtr CWT .75 2.0 27 46.15 33.85 144 38.45 -15.2Calix CALX ... ... ...dd 7.38 4.65 216 6.55 +10.1CallGolf ELY .04 .2 39 18.45 12.04 395 18.29 +31.3CallonPet CPE ... ... 31 14.65 9.34 6300 14.09 +16.0Callon pfA CPEpA 5.00 9.7 ... 53.45 47.11 1 51.39 +.2Calpine CPN ... ... ...dd 15.25 12.68 15.25 +.8CambrE rs CEI ... ... ...dd .45 .08 .10 -19.7Cambrex CBM ... ... 18 62.30 42.55 316 48.00 CambriaYld SYLD .49e 1.3 ...q 41.00 33.28 35 39.19 +2.1CambFgnY FYLD .75e 2.8 ...q 27.94 23.28 0 27.17 +3.0CambGblV GVAL .54e 2.1 ...q 28.50 23.05 17 25.39 -.9CamGblMo GMOM .56e 2.0 ...q 29.42 24.70 50 27.78 +1.4CambGlAss GAA .55e 2.0 ... 28.60 25.73 38 27.27 -.8CambrEmS EYLD ... ... ... 38.25 29.46 4 34.94 +.7CambSovHi SOVB 1.72e 4.5 ... 28.65 CambEq n CCOR ... ... ... 26.18 24.39 12 24.88 -3.6tCambTail n TAIL ... ... ... 25.02 20.85 2 20.89 -7.5CamValMom VAMO ... ... ...q 28.07 22.55 15 26.12 +4.7CamdenPT CPT 3.08f 3.7 22 96.39 78.19 380 83.36 -9.5Cameco g CCJ .40 ... ... 11.68 7.68 1285 11.44 +23.9tCampSp CPB 1.40 3.6 13 59.14 39.06 4615 39.22 -18.5CampWrl n CWH .54 2.5 ... 47.62 21.15 3114 21.99 -50.8Can-Fite CANF ... ... 6 2.75 1.24 16 1.33 -10.1sCdaGoose n GOOS ... ... ... 40.46 16.96 771 40.87 +29.5CIBC g CM 5.32f ... 10 100.01 77.33 161 91.11 -6.5CdnNR gs CNI 1.33 ... ... 85.73 70.59 1563 83.97 +1.8sCdnNRs gs CNQ 1.34 ... ... 37.63 27.52 5493 37.50 +5.0CP Rwy g CP 2.60f ... ... 188.80 150.91 695 184.02 +.7CannaeHl n CNNE ... ... ...dd 21.34 16.16 1151 20.42 +19.9Canon CAJ ... ... ... 40.67 32.20 392 34.22 -8.5sCantelMed CMD .14e .1 83 128.31 72.00 117 127.48 +23.9CapOne COF 1.60 1.7 21 106.50 76.05 2221 96.74 -2.9CapOne wt COF/WS ... ... ... 63.91 35.50 62.00 +6.9CapOne pfC COFpC 1.56 6.1 ... 26.79 25.49 22 25.62 -2.1CapOne pfD COFpD 1.68 6.4 ... 27.67 25.82 23 26.18 -2.4CapOne pfF COFpF 1.55 6.0 ... 27.31 25.49 27 25.84 -4.4CapOne pfB COFpP 1.50 6.0 ... 25.61 24.91 78 25.09 -.9CpOne pf H COFpH ... ... ... 27.19 25.12 9 25.47 -5.4CapOne pfG COFpG ... ... ... 25.55 23.25 33 24.07 -3.8CapSenL CSU ... ... ...dd 16.72 9.15 160 10.90 -19.2CapInv n CIC ... ... ... 10.10 9.60 9.80 +1.2CapInv wt CIC/WS ... ... ... 1.20 1.05 1.10 CapsteadM CMO .64 7.1 13 11.14 8.17 487 9.00 +4.0Capstd pfE CMOpE 1.88 7.5 ... 25.85 24.62 8 24.93 -1.7CarboCer CRR ... ... ...dd 12.69 5.83 1106 10.57 +3.8CardnlHlth CAH 1.90f 3.5 13 80.37 50.79 2369 54.33 -11.3Care.com CRCM ... ... ...cc 20.88 12.80 132 18.58 +3.0Carlisle CSL 1.48 1.4 19 119.21 92.09 765 105.55 -7.1CarMax KMX ... ... 19 77.64 57.05 1253 66.72 +4.0Carnival CCL 2.00f 3.1 16 72.70 61.63 2680 64.82 -2.3CarnUK CUK 1.80f 2.7 ... 72.29 61.95 266 66.83 +.8CarpTech CRS .72 1.2 46 59.97 35.01 349 59.01 +15.7CarrSrv CSV .30 1.2 18 28.96 23.15 80 25.48 -.9Cars.cm CARS ... ... ... 32.28 20.94 2354 24.01 -16.7Carters CRI 1.80f 1.6 17 129.00 79.76 729 109.67 -6.7Carvana A n CVNA ... ... ... 31.35 8.85 686 26.78 +40.1CastleBr ROX ... ... ...dd 2.22 .98 305 1.24 +1.6CastlightH CSLT ... ... ...dd 4.75 3.15 612 3.80 +1.3Catalent CTLT ... ... 68 47.87 33.42 559 39.49 -3.9CatchMTim CTT .54 4.1 ...dd 13.73 10.81 194 13.07 -.5Caterpillar CAT 3.12 2.0 19 173.19 101.81 2870 153.69 -2.5CatoCp CATO 1.32 7.2 20 22.14 10.76 187 18.21 +14.4CedarF FUN 3.56 5.4 17 72.48 59.66 73 65.66 +1.0CedarRlty CDR .20 5.1 10 6.29 3.54 368 3.93 -35.4CedarR pfB CDRpB 1.81 8.1 ... 25.67 22.03 7 22.30 -11.8tCedrRT pfC CDRpC 1.63 8.6 ... 25.39 18.86 5 18.96 -24.3CelSci wt CVM/WS ... ... ... .09 .00 .04 +115.8Cel-Sci rs CVM ... ... ... 3.69 1.30 255 2.74 +45.0sCelanese CE 1.84 1.6 13 114.00 84.53 1916 113.90 +6.4Celestic g CLS ... ... 10 14.20 9.79 650 11.97 +14.2Cellcom CEL ... ... 7 10.62 6.40 2 6.78 -33.5Cementos CPAC .50e 4.2 ... 14.11 10.60 25 11.95 -3.6Cemex CX .29t ... ... 10.37 5.73 7989 5.84 -22.1Cemig pf CIG .08e 3.8 ... 2.93 1.89 3490 2.11 +2.4Cemig CIG/C .08e 4.1 ... 3.16 1.81 1.97 +6.4CenovusE CVE .20 ... 8 11.52 6.76 5738 11.20 +22.7Centene s CNC ... ... 18 117.86 72.14 1238 114.57 +13.6CC MLPInf CEN 1.25 13.0 ...q 12.02 8.12 266 9.63 -3.3CenterPnt CNP 1.11 4.4 18 30.45 24.81 3179 25.29 -10.8CentElBr B EBR/B ... ... ... 9.06 4.61 31 5.77 -15.0CentElecBr EBR ... ... ... 7.86 3.49 367 5.17 -9.3CnEurRusT CEE .56e 2.3 ...q 28.32 20.88 4 24.37 -.1CFCda g CEF .01 .1 ...q 13.75 11.72 13.50 +.7CenPacFn CPF .84f 2.8 19 33.15 27.34 225 29.86 +.1CentSecur CET 1.78e .7 ...q 29.00 24.12 5 27.79 +1.4CentrusEn LEU ... ... ...dd 5.26 3.30 10 3.86 -3.7CentCmtys CCS ... ... 15 36.00 21.90 153 30.30 -2.6CntryLink CTL 2.16 11.2 9 27.61 13.16 16489 19.25 +15.4sCerdHCM n CDAY ... ... ... 37.41 29.68 827 38.33 +25.6Cervecer CCU .35e 1.3 ... 30.35 25.03 190 26.62 -10.0ChannAdv ECOM ... ... ...dd 15.05 8.30 167 14.75 +63.9ChRvLab CRL ... ... 21 119.05 89.37 398 105.00 -4.1ChaseCorp CCF .80f .7 36 129.55 83.35 11 119.75 -.6ChathLTr CLDT 1.32 6.7 27 23.91 17.90 167 19.61 -13.8CheetahM CMCM ... ... ... 18.18 7.54 1109 12.83 +6.2sChegg CHGG ... ... ...dd 25.59 11.47 1020 25.64 +57.1Chemed CHE 1.12 .3 49 333.94 186.09 63 331.85 +36.6Chemours n CC .68 1.3 13 58.08 34.84 1250 52.61 +5.1CheniereEn LNG .56p ... ...dd 63.97 40.36 2012 62.11 +15.4ChenEnLP CQP 2.20 6.7 ...dd 33.47 26.41 285 32.82 +10.7ChenEnHld CQH 2.04f 7.1 28 29.73 24.03 1152 28.69 +3.6CherHMtg CHMI 1.96 10.4 4 19.43 16.01 36 18.86 +4.8ChrHMt pfA CHMIpA 2.05 8.0 ... 25.89 24.47 1 25.60 -.8ChesEng CHK ... ... 7 5.87 2.53 88446 4.29 +8.3ChesEn pfD CHKpD 4.50 8.2 ... 59.24 45.99 18 55.00 +10.7ChesGranW CHKR .32e 16.6 1 2.70 1.20 414 1.90 +2.7ChespkLdg CHSP 1.60 5.4 31 31.48 22.88 384 29.89 +10.3ChespkUtil CPK 1.48f 1.9 22 86.35 66.35 49 76.50 -2.6Chevron CVX 4.48 3.5 58 133.88 102.55 5240 129.46 +3.4ChiRivet CVR .84 2.6 ... 39.30 26.50 2 31.76 -.1Chicos CHS .34f 3.2 15 11.56 6.96 2720 10.65 +20.7Chimera rs CIM 2.00 11.1 8 19.93 15.77 1136 18.00 -2.6Chimer pfA CIMpA 2.00 7.8 ... 26.74 24.51 133 25.49 -1.3Chimer pfB CIMpB 2.00 7.8 ... 26.47 24.88 13 25.69 -.4ChiCBlood CO ... ... 35 14.95 7.40 11.87 +19.3ChinaDEd DL .45e ... 10 10.71 6.61 20 7.95 -14.2ChinaEAir CEA ... ... ... 45.33 24.44 23 41.44 +14.7ChinaFd CHN .55e 2.5 ...q 24.76 17.87 12 21.87 +1.0ChinaGreen CGA .10e 8.0 2 2.11 1.19 94 1.25 +.8ChinaLife s LFC .14e 1.0 ... 17.85 13.48 427 14.18 -9.2ChinaMble CHL 3.50e 7.5 ... 56.93 44.55 635 46.51 -8.0ChiNBorun BORN ... ... 2 1.74 1.10 27 1.26 +.3ChOnlEd n COE ... ... ... 19.82 9.25 24 11.25 -10.0ChinaPet SNP 3.73e 3.7 ... 105.61 69.60 105 102.08 +39.1ChinaPhH CPHI ... ... ...dd 1.45 .15 86 .27 +54.5ChinRap n XRF ... ... ... 12.86 3.74 167 3.84 -32.9ChinaSoAir ZNH .64e 1.2 ... 70.52 34.27 49 54.25 +4.7ChinaTel CHA 1.21e 2.5 ... 53.78 41.28 43 47.79 +.7ChinaUni CHU ... ... ... 16.55 11.87 214 14.24 +5.2ChiXFsh rs XNY ... ... ...dd 7.10 3.30 6.55 +33.9ChinaYuch CYD .90e 4.4 7 27.98 16.16 27 20.67 -13.9 ChinZenix ZX ... ... ...dd 2.31 .86 234 1.42 +16.7Chipotle CMG ... ... ...cc 487.52 247.52 1140 438.58 +51.7ChoiceHtls CHH .86 1.1 39 85.35 59.60 196 79.40 +2.3ChrisBnk CBK ... ... ...dd 1.55 .95 108 1.09 -14.6ChubbLtd CB 2.86e 2.1 17 157.50 128.82 1195 134.45 -8.0ChungTel CHT 1.29e 3.6 ... 39.33 33.10 122 36.06 +1.7ChurchDwt s CHD .87f 1.9 ... 54.18 43.21 2865 46.69 -6.9CienaCorp CIEN ... ... ...dd 27.98 19.40 2482 25.35 +21.1Cigna CI .04 ... 17 227.13 158.79 1462 178.91 -11.9Cimarex XEC .64 .6 21 130.16 87.98 1413 99.39 -18.5CincB pfB CBBpB 3.38 6.8 ... 52.37 48.15 3 49.60 -2.7CinciBell rs CBB ... ... 74 22.20 13.00 278 17.05 -18.2Cinemark CNK 1.28f 3.5 16 44.00 32.03 1151 36.33 +4.3CinerRes CINR 2.27 9.3 12 29.36 22.61 26 24.46 -2.6Circor CIR .15 .3 30 68.76 39.84 81 50.17 +3.1Cision CISN ... ... 35 14.19 9.90 186 13.42 +13.1CapAcIII wt CISNW ... ... ... 2.01 1.52 1.88 CitGBP Dl n UGBP ... ... ... 32.62 24.92 1 25.09 -5.2CitCHF Dl n UCHF ... ... ... 32.08 22.60 1 22.84 -13.9Citi GBP n DGBP ... ... ... 23.78 18.65 0 23.51 +10.3tCitEUR Dl n UEUR ... ... ... 31.62 24.18 1 24.06 -12.7Citi EUR n DEUR ... ... ... 26.54 18.78 9 25.04 +9.2Citi AUD n DAUD ... ... ... 26.05 18.62 1 25.02 +25.1CitAUD Dl n UAUD ... ... ... 32.65 23.10 4 23.82 -10.8Citi JPY n DJPY ... ... ... 22.83 18.17 22.58 -1.0CitJPY Dl n UJPY ... ... ... 39.22 26.61 26.61 -9.0Citi CHF n DCHF ... ... ... 26.77 19.08 1 26.52 +12.5CitiStratDv DIVC ... ... ...q 37.34 30.51 36.39 +4.0Citigp pfN CpN 1.97 7.4 ... 27.81 25.85 93 26.60 -3.2sCgpVelLCrd UWT ... ... ... 39.98 10.01 2617 40.10 +63.6tCgpVelICrd DWT ... ... ... 44.68 7.22 6076 7.20 -48.8Citigroup C 1.28 1.8 13 80.70 59.87 14875 71.56 -3.8Citigp wtA C/WS/A ... ... ... .18 .06 .12 +23.0Citigrp pfC CpC 1.45 5.8 ... 26.16 24.70 30 25.02 -1.7Citigp pfJ CpJ 1.78 6.4 ... 30.45 27.59 38 27.81 -3.6Citigp pfK CpK 1.72 6.4 ... 29.99 26.85 104 27.02 -5.3Citigrp pfP CpP 2.03 7.9 ... 28.71 25.65 25.68 -1.3Citigrp pfS CpS 1.58 6.1 ... 27.40 25.44 36 25.95 -3.6Citigrp pfL CpL 1.72 6.7 ... 27.88 25.71 22 25.77 -3.0CitizFincl CFG .52 1.2 13 48.23 31.51 3580 42.50 +1.2CitizInc CIA ... ... ...cc 8.87 6.01 49 7.51 +2.2CityOffce g CIO .94 ... 9 13.93 10.03 192 11.50 -11.6CityOff pfA CIOpA 1.66 6.8 ... 26.47 22.78 1 24.45 -2.9Civeo CVEO ... ... ...dd 4.20 1.57 388 3.67 +34.4CivitasSolu CIVI ... ... 29 19.90 11.15 250 15.25 -10.8ClaudeR g CGR ... ... ... .18 ClayGSCn GCE 1.43e 9.2 ...q 17.55 14.85 15.60 -6.3CleanHarb CLH ... ... ...cc 59.86 44.75 432 51.87 -4.3ClearChan CCO ... ... ...dd 5.75 3.35 22 4.65 +1.1ClrBrEnTR CTR 1.35e 11.6 ...q 13.38 9.50 103 11.66 +.3ClrLgCap n LRGE ... ... ... 31.89 26.78 31.31 +6.5ClrbrgMLP CBA .80m 10.0 ...q 9.58 6.53 224 7.97 -3.7ClearEnFd CEM 1.76f 11.7 ...q 17.36 12.10 218 14.98 -1.9ClrbEOpFd EMO 1.47e 12.6 ...q 13.36 9.56 101 11.70 -.8ClearwPpr CLW ... ... 15 50.60 22.51 160 26.55 -41.5ClevCliffs CLF ... ... 7 9.15 5.56 10691 8.95 +24.1ClipRlty n CLPR .38 ... ... 13.00 7.62 20 8.99 -10.0Clorox CLX 3.84f 3.2 19 150.40 113.57 943 118.33 -20.4CloudPeak CLD ... ... ...dd 5.70 2.76 707 3.09 -30.6Cloudera n CLDR ... ... ... 23.35 12.57 1222 15.85 -4.1CloughGA GLV 1.44 11.2 ...q 14.39 12.25 43 12.87 -3.5CloughGEq GLQ 1.38 9.9 ...q 14.39 12.33 75 13.97 +4.5ClghGlbOp GLO 1.20 10.9 ...q 11.67 10.40 162 11.00 +1.1CCFemsa KOF 1.75e 2.9 ... 91.85 58.65 164 59.69 -14.3CocaCola KO 1.56 3.7 72 48.62 41.45 14757 42.30 -7.8CocaCEur n CCE 1.04 2.7 ... 44.75 36.17 1090 38.32 -3.8Coeur CDE ... ... ...cc 9.98 6.71 2297 8.26 +10.1Cohen n COHN .80 7.1 ...dd 12.00 7.50 0 11.31 +41.1CohSClosed FOF 1.04 8.1 ...q 13.52 11.60 63 12.78 -4.0CohStGlbI INB 1.12 12.0 ...q 10.44 9.05 62 9.37 -5.2Cohen&Str CNS 1.32f 3.3 19 47.83 36.29 77 40.04 -15.3CohStInfra UTF 1.60 7.3 ...q 24.61 20.88 215 21.97 -8.5C&SLtDP&I LDP 1.87 7.4 ...q 27.25 24.85 71 25.39 -2.6C&SIncEgy MIE 1.32 12.6 ...q 11.43 8.86 95 10.45 +2.0CohStQIR RQI .96 8.6 ...q 13.19 10.55 219 11.20 -11.5CohStRE RNP 1.48 8.1 ...q 21.98 17.91 98 18.33 -13.8CohStSelPf PSF 2.06 8.0 ...q 29.16 25.16 32 25.72 -8.9CohenStTR RFI .96 8.0 ...q 13.03 11.50 53 12.03 -5.8Colfax CFX ... ... 25 43.29 29.03 299 32.54 -17.9ColgPalm CL 1.68f 2.7 22 77.91 61.28 3895 62.29 -17.4ColNthSC n CLNC ... ... ...dd 21.20 18.16 293 19.10 -7.0ColNrthS n CLNS ... ... ... 14.74 5.28 8198 5.91 -48.2ColNrth pfB CLNSpB 2.06 8.2 ... 25.76 22.26 4 25.05 -1.5ColNrth pfD CLNSpD 2.13 8.5 ... 26.46 23.78 6 25.14 -1.6ColNrth pfE CLNSpE 2.19 8.6 ... 27.52 23.86 22 25.50 -4.0ColNrth pfG CLNSpG 1.88 8.1 ... 27.25 22.49 4 23.25 -7.6ColNrth pfJ CLNSpJ ... ... ... 24.84 21.48 27 23.03 -6.2ColNrth pfI CLNSpI 1.79 7.8 ... 25.94 21.81 15 22.95 -8.9ColNrth pfH CLNSpH 1.78 7.8 ... 26.00 21.61 16 22.95 -8.2Col BdSt n GMTB ... ... ... Col Sust n ESGW ... ... ... 32.13 27.20 30.30 +.4Col SusInt n ESGN ... ... ... 32.31 27.17 6 30.41 -.5Col SusUS n ESGS ... ... ... 32.51 28.62 0 29.90 +1.1ColumTr ef n DIAL ... ... ... 20.09 19.78 19.80 -.7Col Bey BBRC .50e 2.7 ...q 20.47 16.65 3 18.21 -1.2ColEmxChi XCEM ... ... ...q 30.22 25.67 0 26.80 -3.2ColQualDv HILO .32e 2.1 ...q 17.10 13.72 15.40 -3.1Col EMCns ECON .10e .4 ...q 29.87 25.06 246 25.25 -10.2Col IndiaC INCO .03e .1 ...q 51.06 39.93 10 46.53 -6.2Col IndiaInf INXX .10e .7 ...q 16.79 13.03 8 13.51 -14.8Col IndSC SCIN .17e .9 ...q 25.98 17.79 3 19.10 -18.5ColumbPT CXP .80 3.8 13 23.31 19.55 868 21.30 -7.2ColSelTec STK .92a 4.2 ...q 24.58 20.09 74 21.89 -1.6Comcst29 CCZ 1.58e 2.8 ... 64.00 50.00 0 57.04 -9.2Comerica CMA 1.36f 1.4 19 102.66 64.04 1316 99.37 +14.5Comeric wt CMA/WS ... ... ... 65.50 34.89 65.50 +12.3ComfrtS FIX .32 .7 29 48.95 31.90 118 46.10 +5.6ComndSec MOC ... ... ...dd 3.55 1.50 40 1.64 -46.5CmclMtls CMC .48 2.0 49 26.72 17.05 932 24.04 +12.8sCmtyBkSy CBU 1.36 2.2 17 60.83 48.89 204 60.76 +13.0CmtyHlt CYH ... ... ...dd 10.18 3.69 1402 4.54 +6.6CmtyHcT n CHCT 1.60f 6.2 89 30.64 22.41 176 25.72 -8.5CBD-Pao CBD .08e .4 ... 25.90 18.60 351 21.32 -9.5CompDivHd CODI 1.44 9.4 ...dd 18.35 14.60 163 15.40 -9.1ComDivH pf CODIpA 1.81 8.4 ... 25.75 20.01 8 21.56 -12.6CompssMn CMP 2.88 4.2 25 76.65 56.50 211 69.20 -4.2Compx CIX .20 1.3 14 16.63 12.30 15 15.20 +14.3ComstkM rs LODE ... ... ... 1.34 .21 160 .34 -14.1ComstkRs rs CRK ... ... ...dd 10.72 4.01 828 10.19 +20.4ConAgra CAG .85 2.3 17 40.24 32.16 2345 37.72 +.1ConchoRes CXO ... ... 23 163.11 106.73 1641 154.92 +3.1ConcdMed CCM ... ... ...dd 4.29 2.46 0 3.99 +19.8CondHos rs CDOR .78e 7.8 ...dd 11.19 8.13 2 10.00 +.5Conduent n CNDT ... ... ... 20.32 14.95 1529 19.07 +18.0sConocoPhil COP 1.14f 1.6 57 70.59 42.27 5593 70.66 +28.7ConEd ED 2.86 3.9 15 89.70 73.73 1362 73.94 -13.0CnsTom CTO .24 .4 9 67.97 51.02 5 62.08 -2.2ConstellA STZ 2.96f 1.3 19 236.62 176.21 817 222.15 -2.8ConstellB STZ/B 2.68f 1.2 26 234.00 177.65 222.40 -2.2Constellm CSTM ... ... ... 14.10 6.20 1384 12.35 +10.8CnE pfB CMSpB 4.50 4.4 ... 105.95 101.10 0 103.05 -.9sContainStr TCS ... ... 13 7.10 3.53 171 7.29 +53.8Contango MCF ... ... ...dd 7.37 2.22 481 4.50 -4.5ContlBldg CBPX ... ... 20 31.00 21.00 130 29.50 +4.8ContMatls CUO ... ... 20 24.60 16.55 1 17.00 -10.5sContlRescs CLR ... ... ...cc 68.84 29.08 1727 68.83 +29.9Cnvrgys CVG .44f 1.8 16 26.66 21.13 732 23.82 +1.4CooperCo COO .06 ... 26 260.26 211.67 448 230.81 +5.9CooperTire CTB .42 1.6 19 40.78 22.58 762 25.55 -27.7CooperStd CPS ... ... 14 135.00 95.33 105 128.86 +5.2CopaHold CPA 3.48f 3.0 13 141.34 107.98 689 114.46 -14.6Copel ELP .26e 4.0 ... 9.69 6.38 596 6.49 -14.9sCoreLabs CLB 2.20 1.7 71 126.61 86.55 245 128.83 +17.6CoreMold CMT .05 ... ... 24.50 13.53 29 13.96 -35.7Corecivic CXW 1.72 8.4 12 31.86 18.61 552 20.55 -8.7CoreLogic CLGX ... ... 22 51.99 41.70 481 51.60 +11.7CorEn pfA CORRpA 1.84 7.3 ... 26.93 24.50 30 25.10 -2.5CorEnInf rs CORR 3.00 8.4 15q 39.42 31.50 117 35.87 -6.1CoreSite COR 3.92 3.8 38 120.85 89.76 190 102.65 -9.9Corindus n CVRS ... ... ...dd 2.25 .66 1019 .81 -19.4CorMedix CRMD ... ... ...dd .78 .17 696 .19 -62.0CrnstTotR CRF 3.35 22.7 ...q 16.98 13.62 515 14.75 -3.5CrnrstnStr CLM 3.40 22.9 ...q 17.21 13.10 686 14.83 -4.1Corning GLW .72 2.6 ...dd 35.10 26.11 6077 27.83 -13.0CpBT JCP JBN 1.75 14.8 ... 16.50 9.92 12 11.84 -5.8CorpCapT n CCT 1.61 9.7 ... 19.00 14.43 343 16.62 +4.0CorpOffP OFC 1.10 4.1 14 36.03 24.55 806 26.61 -8.9Cort1Aon27 KTN 2.05 6.3 ... 35.11 30.31 8 32.52 -.6CortsJCP97 KTP 1.91 14.1 ... 18.00 11.06 8 13.54 -5.1CortsJCP JBR 1.75 14.8 ... 16.49 9.82 19 11.83 -5.3CortsPE KTH 2.00 6.2 ... 34.50 30.26 1 32.35 Cosan Ltd CZZ .26e 2.7 ... 11.89 5.63 1154 9.68 -.2Costamre CMRE .40 5.4 ... 8.18 5.45 281 7.44 +28.9Costam pfB CMREpB 1.91 7.9 ... 27.43 22.23 0 24.27 -3.0Costmr pfC CMREpC 2.13 8.6 ... 26.24 23.60 3 24.88 -2.2Costam pfD CMREpD 2.19 8.6 ... 26.89 23.85 5 25.48 -1.4Cotiviti n COTV ... ... ... 45.97 30.84 339 34.29 +6.5Cott Cp COT .24 1.5 ...cc 17.78 13.00 660 15.92 -4.4Coty COTY .50 3.5 ... 21.68 13.87 6586 14.18 -28.7Cntwd pfB CFCpB 1.75 6.8 ... 26.77 25.46 25.72 -2.6CousPrp CUZ .26f 3.0 13 9.63 8.23 6864 8.71 -5.8CovantaH CVA 1.00 6.4 ...dd 17.30 13.00 580 15.70 -7.1CovrAll n COVR ... ... ... Crane CR 1.40 1.6 29 102.65 71.23 322 86.52 -3.0CrwfdA CRD/A .28 3.6 56 9.95 6.78 12 7.86 -7.5CrwfdB CRD/B .20 2.5 57 12.40 7.54 32 7.95 -17.4Credicp BAP 8.57e 3.8 ... 239.54 166.70 231 223.26 +7.6CS EnEur50 FIEU ... ... ...q 153.69 109.31 1 134.66 -1.9CS FILgCG FLGE ... ... ...q 264.50 171.43 2 247.71 +8.6CS LgSh n CSLS ... ... ... 27.99 26.49 27.99 CrSuisInco CIK .26 8.4 ...q 3.50 3.15 123 3.16 -4.5tCS InvBr n DBRT ... ... ... 85.47 27.45 0 24.87 -50.4sCS LgBrnt n UBRT ... ... ... 293.41 115.89 1 307.00 +72.1CS MthlMtg REML ... ... ... 33.50 22.00 2 26.13 -14.6CS MthlyP AMJL .99e ... ... CSVLgNG rs UGAZ ... ... ...q 213.70 49.72 62.90 -13.5sCS CrdeOil OIIL ... ... ... 43.03 25.46 0 43.34 +23.1CS MAsHi MLTI 1.30e ... ... 29.48 27.00 26.91 -3.9CS SP mlp MLPO 1.12e 7.8 ... 16.20 13.92 14.33 +.4CredSuiss CS 1.22e 7.3 ... 19.98 13.28 1099 16.73 -6.3CrSuiHiY DHY .29 11.0 ...q 2.91 2.60 265 2.61 -8.1CrescPtE g CPG .12 1.4 48 10.03 6.40 1171 8.60 +12.9sCrestEq rs CEQP 2.40 7.8 ...dd 30.35 20.00 309 30.65 +18.8InergyM wi NRGM/WI ... ... ... 22.72 tCrossAmer CAPL 2.10m 12.0 40 29.80 17.28 118 17.49 -26.4CrosTim CRT 1.02e 7.0 14 15.80 12.99 13 14.50 -1.3CrwnCstle CCI 4.20 4.1 ...cc 114.97 93.14 1965 101.91 -8.2CrwnCst pfA CCIpA 1.72 .2 ... 1160.00 1023.93 7 1027.74 -9.3CrownHold CCK ... ... 17 62.27 42.63 1115 44.11 -21.6Cryolife CRY .12 .5 60 27.10 16.80 108 25.40 +32.6CrystalRk CRVP ... ... ...dd 1.24 .69 .97 +16.3CubeSmart CUBE 1.20 4.1 27 30.98 22.83 918 29.53 +2.1Cubic CUB .27 .4 ...dd 72.40 39.58 140 70.25 +19.2CullenFr CFR 2.68f 2.2 22 120.49 81.09 285 119.53 +26.3CullnF pfA CFRpA 1.34 5.4 ... 25.96 24.11 8 24.92 -.8Culp Inc CULP .36f 1.2 16 34.05 26.15 8 31.05 -7.3Cummins CMI 4.32 3.0 41 194.18 140.60 930 146.36 -17.1CurEuro FXE ... ... ...q 120.65 107.60 69 113.30 -2.0CurAstla FXA .62 .8 ...q 81.36 73.74 10 75.12 -3.8 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next pageMONEY & MARKET$Page 2 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Friday, May 18, 2018

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CurBrit FXB ... ... ...q 139.24 122.75 18 131.12 -.1CurrCda FXC .03e ... ...q 81.49 72.97 36 77.09 -1.8CurrChina FXCH ... ... ... 78.37 70.87 76.81 +2.5CurJpn FXY ... ... ...q 91.62 83.92 111 86.46 +1.6CurSwed FXS ... ... ...q 121.32 106.17 108.69 -6.5CurSwiss FXF ... ... ...q 102.27 93.42 58 93.78 -3.1CurShSinga FXSG ... ... ...q 75.87 70.72 73.33 CurtisWrt CW .60 .5 27 143.38 84.53 358 131.86 +8.2Cush Jn37 n PPLN ... ... ... 24.42 16.55 17.86 -10.5CushTRet rs SRV 1.08 8.8 ...q 13.48 10.00 26 12.26 +2.7CushngRen SZC 1.64 8.9 ...q 21.30 15.35 45 18.45 -9.1CushRoy rs SRF .48 4.9 ...q 10.10 7.81 37 9.83 +5.0CustomBcp CUBI ... ... 10 33.85 24.75 95 29.56 +13.7CustBcp 18 CUBS 1.59 6.3 ... 26.50 25.25 2 25.41 -1.2CustBc p C CUBIpC .57p ... ... 27.35 26.26 4 26.51 -.2CustBc pfD CUBIpD ... ... ... 28.20 24.60 1 26.50 -.6CustBc pfE CUBIpE ... ... ... 27.15 25.35 13 26.20 -1.3CustoBc pf F CUBIpF ... ... ... 27.71 25.02 2 26.00 -.8CynergT n CTEK ... ... ... 5.45 2.70 21 4.14 +2.2CypressEn CELP .84 12.7 37 8.30 5.50 36 6.60 +10.0D -DCP Mid DCP 3.12 7.6 58 42.79 29.70 545 40.83 +12.4DCT IndlTr DCT 1.44 2.3 31 66.53 52.06 683 63.90 +8.7DDR Corp DDR .76 10.6 18 10.87 6.63 2937 7.20 -19.6DDR pfJ DDRpJ 1.63 7.2 ... 25.79 21.38 1 22.56 -10.2DDR pfK DDRpK 1.56 7.3 ... 25.98 21.04 1 21.48 -16.3DDR Cp pfA DDRpA ... ... ... 27.09 22.40 1 22.76 -13.5DGSE DGSE ... ... ...dd 1.74 .70 104 .77 -17.1DHI Grp DHX ... ... 5 3.05 1.25 650 1.90 DHT Hldgs DHT .20e 5.3 29 4.59 3.27 329 3.74 +4.2DNP Selct DNP .78 7.2 ...q 11.57 9.71 279 10.82 +.2DR Horton DHI .50 1.2 16 53.32 32.47 4026 41.39 -19.0Drdgold DRD .03e 1.2 ... 4.11 2.23 34 2.44 -25.0DSW Inc DSW 1.00f 4.0 19 25.71 15.14 1499 25.31 +18.2DTE DTE 3.53 3.6 18 116.74 97.66 1525 99.32 -9.3DTEEn 62 DTQ 1.31 5.4 ... 25.61 23.59 6 24.27 -3.3DTE En76 n DTJ 1.34 5.5 ... 26.04 23.99 19 24.37 -4.3DTE En27 n DTW 1.31 5.5 ... 25.75 23.34 44 23.89 -7.0DTE F76 n DTY 1.50 5.8 ... 27.90 25.37 8 26.04 -2.7DTE En un DTV ... ... ... 58.42 48.68 86 49.99 -7.4DTF TxF DTF .84 6.4 ...q 15.05 13.03 8 13.08 -6.9DXC Tch n DXC .72 .7 ... 107.85 73.51 901 99.91 +5.3DanaInc DAN .24 1.0 19 35.27 19.38 1140 24.12 -24.6Danaher DHR .64 .6 25 104.82 78.97 1443 100.78 +8.6Danaos DAC ... ... 1 3.20 1.05 51 1.28 -12.1DaqoNEn DQ ... ... 7 72.50 19.00 528 65.12 +9.6Darden DRI 2.52 2.9 19 100.11 76.27 2346 85.94 -10.5DarlingIng DAR ... ... 24 19.50 15.44 1851 18.33 +1.1DaVita Inc DVA ... ... 17 80.71 52.51 1012 67.58 -6.5Daxor DXR .15 2.1 ... 21.66 3.40 40 7.10 +55.3DeanFoods DF .36 3.5 13 18.71 8.14 1042 10.22 -11.6DeckrsOut DECK ... ... ...cc 101.75 56.48 447 100.55 +25.3Deere DE 2.40 1.6 34 175.26 112.87 3949 146.81 -6.2DE EnhGlb DEX .90 7.7 ...q 12.70 10.71 12 11.73 -3.3DelaCO VCF .72 5.0 ...q 16.50 14.00 3 14.44 -7.0DelaDvInc DDF .62 5.7 ...q 11.36 10.18 15 11.04 +2.9DelaNatl VFL .72 5.8 ...q 13.94 12.25 7 12.41 -6.4DelaMN2 VMM .63 5.1 ...q 15.10 12.39 12 12.42 -7.8DelekLogis DKL 3.00f 10.2 14 35.54 26.60 325 29.55 -6.8sDelek DK 1.00f 1.9 38 50.53 20.65 2665 52.44 +50.1DellTch n DVMT ... ... ...dd 92.40 60.77 912 74.32 -8.6DelphiTc n DLPH .68 1.3 30 60.39 45.66 1082 52.38 -.2DeltaAir DAL 1.22 2.3 11 60.50 44.59 6062 53.10 -5.2DeltaAprl DLA ... ... ...cc 23.47 16.90 34 18.80 -6.9Dltsh SPX n DMRL ... ... ... 59.02 49.16 0 54.15 -.2Dlt SP400 n DMRM ... ... ... 56.45 48.78 53.55 -.9Dlt SP600 n DMRS ... ... ... 57.48 47.73 55.06 +1.4DltshInt n DMRI ... ... ... 56.65 49.79 53.62 +1.2Deluxe DLX 1.20 1.7 14 78.87 66.98 342 70.40 -8.4sDenburyR DNR ... ... ...dd 3.96 .92 14280 4.09 +85.1DenisnM g DNN ... ... ...dd .64 .38 293 .48 -12.2Despg.cm n DESP ... ... ... 36.56 22.73 178 24.08 -12.4DeutGlHI n LBF ... ... ... 8.82 DeutschBk DB .83e ... ... 20.23 12.90 2618 12.99 -31.7DBDogs22 DOD ... ... ... 30.43 18.57 3 22.42 -12.2DBWMTR WMW ... ... ... 32.46 26.55 30.30 +.9DB Cap pf DTK 1.90 7.6 ... 26.54 25.42 25.00 -2.7DeutBCT2 pf DXB 1.64 6.4 ... 26.51 25.07 86 25.65 +.7DeutBCT5 pf DKT 2.01 7.8 ... 27.24 25.40 37 25.63 -1.9DBCmdyS DDP ... ... ...q 57.02 38.00 48.33 +8.6DBCmdDL DYY ... ... ...q 4.09 2.08 2 2.97 -21.8DBCmdDS DEE ... ... ...q 77.00 DB AgriLg AGF ... ... ...q 13.46 9.40 9.79 -2.6DB AgriSh ADZ ... ... ...q 34.80 33.40 33.40 -4.0DB AgriDL DAG ... ... ...q 3.81 2.60 2.81 -1.7DB AgDS AGA ... ... ...q 32.50 22.38 24.46 -9.1DBGoldSh DGZ ... ... ...q 14.68 13.01 1 13.91 +2.2DBGoldDL DGP ... ... ...q 29.42 21.65 19 24.18 -3.2DBGoldDS DZZ ... ... ...q 6.29 4.88 60 5.55 +3.5DBGlbHY23 FIEG ... ... ...q 184.00 132.32 0 164.80 -3.6Deut HiOp DHG .72 4.8 ...q 15.20 14.53 14.97 -.3Deut Multi KMM .51 5.8 ...q 8.99 8.59 12 8.82 -.3Deut Muni KTF .84 7.6 ...q 13.72 10.97 68 11.04 -7.2Deut StInc KST .66a 5.3 ...q 12.66 12.11 3 12.34 -.8Deut StMu KSM .84 7.8 ...q 12.80 10.70 28 10.75 -8.8DBXEmMkt DBEM .36e 1.5 ...q 26.32 21.41 12 24.38 +1.2DBXEafeEq DBEF .95e 2.9 ...q 33.05 29.64 930 32.78 +3.1DBXBrazEq DBBR .13e 1.0 ...q 14.00 10.03 2 13.14 +9.3DBXGerEq DBGR .35e 1.2 ...q 29.78 25.97 2 28.90 +1.6Deu HYBd n HYLB ... ... ... 51.56 48.68 182 49.30 -2.2Dbx Tr etf DESC ... ... ... 36.00 30.65 35.01 +3.0DeutBarI n IFIX ... ... ... 50.76 49.59 49.90 -.3DeuBrcIn n IGVT ... ... ... 50.12 48.32 0 48.94 +.2DbXR1KECo DEUS ... ... ...q 33.87 28.70 25 32.15 +.2tDeutEmCo DEMG ... ... ... 30.95 26.98 5 27.52 -4.6DBXJapnEq DBJP .91e 2.0 ...q 46.61 37.94 353 44.52 +1.0DbXDvxEU DEEF ... ... ...q 31.76 26.99 5 30.17 +.5Deut 300Ch ASHX .74p ... ...q 24.14 19.06 0 21.09 -4.5DbxItalyHE DBIT .22p ... ...q 26.39 22.95 24.44 +4.9DeutSthE n DBSE ... ... ... Deut Austrl n DBAU ... ... ... DbxEafeSC DBES .26p ... ...q 30.96 27.81 30.90 +4.1DbxAllWHiD HDAW .27e ... ...q 27.42 25.36 1 26.38 -1.4DbxEafeHiD HDEF .43e 1.1 ...q 25.41 23.42 24.64 -.3DbxNikk400 JPN ... ... ...q 31.67 25.97 13 29.86 +1.8Deut S&P n DBIF ... ... ... Deut InRE n DBRE ... ... ... DBX MSCI DBEZ 1.28e 4.0 ... 31.82 28.70 31.82 +4.8DeuMunInf RVNU .71 2.7 ...q 27.23 25.99 4 26.23 -3.4DBX EMBd EMIH .99e 4.0 ...q 25.69 24.34 24.54 -2.2DBX IGBd IGIH .77 3.2 ...q 24.99 23.33 1 24.08 -1.4DBXHYCpB HYIH 1.20 5.1 ...q 23.75 22.42 23.40 +1.7DBXChiSC ASHS ... ... ...q 37.50 30.24 3 34.22 -1.8DBXHrvChi CN .30e .8 ...q 42.41 29.90 3 38.57 +3.3DBXMexHd DBMX 4.12e 15.2 ...q 21.63 18.31 18.31 -7.2DBXSKorH DBKO .03p ... ...q 32.94 28.56 0 31.08 -1.0DBXAWxUS DBAW 1.33e 3.1 ...q 29.07 25.86 8 28.38 +2.1DBXAsiaPH DBAP .74e 2.5 ...q 30.70 26.04 0 30.03 +5.7sDBXEurHgd DBEU .65e 2.2 ...q 29.50 26.57 500 29.57 +4.0DBXUKHdg DBUK .89e 4.0 ...q 22.40 19.98 22.40 +2.8DBXHvChiA ASHR ... ... ...q 34.89 24.63 1420 30.30 -2.4DevonE DVN .24 .6 27 45.16 28.80 6620 42.36 +2.3ElevWat n WTRX ... ... ... 33.44 28.83 30.85 -2.5Diageo DEO 3.20e 2.2 ... 147.62 117.73 397 146.28 +.2DiamOffsh DO .50 2.6 31 20.41 10.06 1552 18.98 +2.1DiamRk DRH .50 4.2 16 12.11 9.87 1310 11.78 +4.3DianaShip DSX ... ... ...dd 4.65 3.07 598 4.32 +6.1DianaS pfB DSXpB 2.22 9.2 ... 25.12 21.00 7 24.14 -2.7DianaSh20 DSXN 2.13 8.4 ... 26.18 22.76 8 25.30 -1.5DicksSptg DKS .90f 2.8 10 42.76 23.88 2676 32.07 +11.6Diebold DBD .40 3.1 14 28.50 11.43 1937 12.75 -22.0DigitalPwr DPW ... ... ...dd 5.95 .40 2.31 -28.0DigitalRlt DLR 4.04 3.8 50 127.23 96.56 1743 105.50 -7.4DigitlR pfG DLRpG 1.47 5.9 ... 26.04 24.27 7 24.98 -2.0DigtlR pfH DLRpH 1.84 7.1 ... 28.21 25.94 6 26.09 -2.2DigitRlt pfC DLRpC 1.09 4.1 ... 28.18 26.44 26.87 -2.6DigitRlt pfJ DLRpJ ... ... ... 25.30 22.13 36 23.19 -7.6DigitalR pfI DLRpI 1.59 6.2 ... 28.18 25.48 6 25.72 -6.5Dillards DDS .40 .5 10 88.51 48.20 1710 76.53 +27.4Dillard38 DDT 1.88 7.4 ... 26.40 25.13 23 25.42 -1.7DineEquity DIN 2.52m 3.5 5 81.78 36.71 308 71.93 +41.8DiploPhm DPLO ... ... 74 27.78 14.23 941 25.21 +25.6Dir SilMBl n SHNY ... ... ... 12.28 7.00 3 8.11 -14.8DirBrCm n COM ... ... ... 25.50 23.23 4 25.50 +3.9DirChInt n CWEB ... ... ... 69.08 41.71 41 52.51 +2.8Dir CnSt n SPLZ ... ... ... Dirx Euro n EUXL ... ... ... 33.40 22.79 1 26.70 +1.7DirxAero n DFEN ... ... ... 58.00 25.75 78 48.59 +9.2DrxTrnBl n TPOR ... ... ... 43.11 23.47 8 33.58 -2.7DxEmMkt n EMBU ... ... ... 26.61 20.84 0 21.20 -17.9Dir UtBr n UTLZ ... ... ... DirxUtil n UTSL ... ... ... 34.73 19.59 9 21.45 -22.1DirxInds n DUSL ... ... ... 44.53 25.88 8 33.59 -8.6tDirxMex n MEXX ... ... ... 33.36 15.84 82 15.85 -23.0DrxRBkBr rs WDRW ... ... ...q 56.13 21.55 21.99 -28.2DxRsaBr rs RUSS ... ... ...q 44.39 14.43 92 18.88 -17.9DxSOXBr rs SOXS ... ... ...q 33.69 9.35 2393 10.48 -36.5DxGBull rs NUGT ... ... ...q 44.03 21.25 3495 24.67 -22.2DrGMBll rs JNUG .09e .6 ...q 25.76 11.34 6402 14.11 -20.6DirSPX Br SPDN ... ... ... 34.57 28.53 2 29.82 -2.6DxGlMBr rs JDST ... ... ...q 85.50 40.90 638 50.20 -2.2DirSPBear s SPXS ... ... ...q 43.47 24.22 4132 26.55 -11.4Dir7-10TBr TYNS ... ... ...q 29.46 27.74 29.46 +4.3DrxDlySpxB LLSP .10p ... ...q 40.38 31.62 1 36.83 +2.3DxChiABear CHAD ... ... ...q 40.44 27.67 1 31.14 tDrxNGBear rs GASX ... ... ...q 47.19 18.20 88 17.68 -24.6tDxSPOGBr rs DRIP ... ... ...q 28.73 6.67 6994 6.09 -48.7DrxRBkBull DPST ... ... ...q 95.94 43.51 14 89.45 +23.0DirDGlBr rs DUST ... ... ...q 35.88 19.01 2532 24.63 +3.9DxSPXBll s SPUU ... ... ...q 57.21 40.57 6 50.86 +2.6DxEuFnBl EUFL ... ... ... 65.95 40.00 0 43.00 -9.5DirGlMin n MELT ... ... ... 28.00 23.20 24.48 sDirSCBll s SMLL .27e .5 ...q 55.75 39.39 2 55.81 +9.0Drx EurF n EUFS ... ... ... DxHiYldBr HYDD ... ... ... 20.15 10.08 19.19 +2.1DrNsd100 rs QQQE ... ... ...q 47.40 39.20 12 44.90 +4.0sDrxDlySCB LLSC .10p ... ...q 38.65 31.02 0 38.71 +9.0Dir TcBr n TECZ ... ... ... Dir FnBr n FAZZ ... ... ... DrxiBillion IBLN .21e .6 ...q 35.52 28.04 32.96 +2.2Drx Eng n ERYY ... ... ... DrX EuEq n EURZ ... ... ... 25.65 24.03 24.18 -.2DxRusBll s RUSL ... ... ...q 73.38 29.06 352 44.31 -12.2DiEurBll3x EURL .14e .4 ...q 47.12 29.48 42 38.61 +1.4DrxEMBll rs EDC ... ... ...q 168.70 81.25 212 111.72 -11.1Dir MLPHi ZMLP 1.60m 10.5 ...q 18.29 13.61 22 15.30 -4.3DxLatBll s LBJ ... ... ...q 49.13 21.06 28 29.55 -8.5DirTotBBr SAGG ... ... ...q 32.27 30.87 32.27 +3.7DxBrzBull s BRZU ... ... ...q 65.25 23.05 2704 32.84 -18.5DxBiotBll rs LABU ... ... ...q 116.54 41.40 838 92.62 +19.0DxIndiBll rs INDL ... ... ...q 120.64 70.91 50 76.13 -25.4DxNGBll rs GASL ... ... ...q 31.99 14.60 300 25.48 +.4DrDevMBr DPK ... ... ...q 16.44 10.08 2 11.43 -7.2sDxSPOGBl s GUSH ... ... ...q 40.06 15.04 1409 43.45 +43.2DxREBear DRV ... ... ...q 15.62 9.81 78 12.62 +20.5Dir HltBr n SICK ... ... ... Dir20yrTBr TYBS ... ... ...q 21.58 19.69 21.10 +5.9DrxFtseEm LLEM .47p ... ...q 23.59 DrxJpBull JPNL ... ... ...q 96.48 52.93 2 77.54 +.5 DxEnBear rs ERY ... ... ...q 77.60 34.86 54.00 DxEMBear EDZ ... ... ...q 15.20 6.67 8.27 -8.7DxEMBear rs EDZ/WI ... ... ...q 76.00 33.35 -100.0DirPhr Bear PILS 1.50p ... ... 43.52 DrxPhMd n PILL ... ... ... 42.90 25.23 27.35 +.5Dir CySc n HAKK ... ... ... DrxSKBull KORU ... ... ...q 72.86 42.01 13 52.28 -16.1tDxSCBear rs TZA ... ... ...q 18.89 9.81 9864 9.74 -20.6DxFnBr rs FAZ ... ... ...q 19.80 9.71 1070 10.49 -10.3Dx HmSu n CLAW ... ... ... DrxHmbBull NAIL ... ... ...q 110.62 39.34 69 55.52 -39.8Dx30TBear TMV ... ... ...q 22.45 17.07 1058 22.11 +25.4DxFnBull s FAS ... ... ...q 82.80 42.53 701 67.83 -.8DxBiotBea rs LABD ... ... ...q 113.20 27.10 37.40 DrxTcBr rs TECS ... ... ...q 59.08 23.64 31.35 DrxACInsi KNOW .48e 1.2 ...q 43.81 38.11 19 41.43 -.2DxMCBr rs MIDZ ... ... ...q 19.74 11.55 5 11.88 -11.7DxChiBr rs YANG ... ... ...q 111.00 36.30 51.00 Drx300Chin CHAU ... ... ...q 37.53 18.64 71 27.90 -6.1DxHcrBll s CURE ... ... ...q 63.45 35.05 146 44.74 -4.0DxTcBull s TECL ... ... ...q 149.65 69.95 133 132.45 +18.1DxRetlBll s RETL ... ... ...q 45.73 21.33 25 38.24 +6.1DxSOXBll s SOXL .12e .1 ...q 209.00 78.00 582 159.78 +15.9tDir30TrBul s TMF ... ... ...q 23.46 17.06 566 16.97 -23.2sDir10TrBear TYO ... ... ...q 15.93 13.12 5 15.99 +13.7tDx10yTBull TYD ... ... ...q 47.36 38.35 15 38.44 -12.4DxMCBull s MIDU ... ... ...q 53.91 33.43 59 48.21 +3.8DrxREBull s DRN ... ... ...q 24.73 14.68 56 17.13 -25.0DirxChiBull YINN .38e 1.1 ...q 53.89 21.08 565 34.44 +1.2DirxDMBull DZK ... ... ...q 100.54 64.13 1 82.74 +.4DrxSCBull s TNA .41e .5 ...q 81.75 48.17 2300 79.93 +13.7DrxSPBull s SPXL ... ... ...q 54.49 32.59 4139 44.65 +.7DirxEnBull ERX ... ... ...q 44.29 21.37 2602 42.88 +22.8Discover DFS 1.40 1.8 14 81.93 57.50 1682 77.83 +1.2Disney DIS 1.68f 1.6 15 113.18 96.20 7317 104.34 -2.9Div&Inco DNI 1.63 13.1 ...q 14.25 11.61 44 12.44 -7.4tDrReddy RDY .29e 1.0 ... 42.97 29.17 1548 29.17 -22.3DocuSec rs DSS ... ... ...dd 3.16 .56 56 1.37 -23.9DolbyLab DLB .64 1.0 65 74.29 48.00 309 62.55 +.9DollarGen DG 1.16f 1.2 21 105.82 65.97 2568 96.67 +3.9DomMidst DM 1.34f 9.1 11 34.85 13.90 580 14.65 -51.9DomEngy D 3.34 5.2 13 85.30 62.31 2781 63.68 -21.4tDomRes un DCUD ... ... ... 53.58 43.16 20 43.11 -16.6DomRs76 n DRUA ... ... ... 25.94 23.04 59 24.50 -4.2Dominos DPZ 2.20f .9 42 255.00 166.74 336 246.55 +30.5Domtar g UFS 1.74 3.7 17 52.58 35.72 628 46.92 -5.3Donaldson DCI .72 1.5 26 52.20 42.59 338 47.40 -3.2DonlleyRR rs RRD .56 8.4 7 12.99 6.28 960 6.63 -28.7DonnlyFn n DFIN ... ... ... 23.75 16.41 136 16.77 -14.0DorianLPG LPG ... ... ...dd 8.79 6.20 85 7.23 -12.0DoubIncSol DSL 1.80a 9.0 ...q 21.56 19.56 544 19.92 -1.3tDblLOppCr DBL 2.00a 9.7 ...q 26.09 20.52 38 20.55 -7.4DougDyn PLOW .96 2.2 32 47.40 28.55 99 44.55 +17.9DEmmett DEI 1.00 2.7 24 41.59 34.72 523 36.83 -10.3Dover DOV 1.88 2.4 20 109.06 75.74 1166 77.76 -23.0sDoverDG DDE ... ... ...dd 2.05 .92 1267 2.02 +98.0DoverMot DVD .08f 3.8 10 2.45 1.80 5 2.10 +7.7DowDuPnt DWDP 1.52 2.2 22 77.08 60.39 8120 68.16 -4.3DrPepSnap DPS 2.32 1.9 27 126.65 83.23 628 119.38 +23.0Dry Gl24 n DCF .22f 2.3 ... 10.05 9.15 15 9.25 -1.6DryHYSt DHF .35 11.0 ...q 3.60 3.12 93 3.15 -5.7DrMuBdInf DMB .75 6.1 ...q 13.54 12.10 80 12.29 -5.5DryfMu DMF .54 6.7 ...q 10.00 7.93 31 8.01 -9.9DryStrt LEO .52 6.8 ...q 9.18 7.53 132 7.59 -12.2DrySM DSM .50 6.7 ...q 8.85 7.43 67 7.45 -12.9Dril-Quip DRQ ... ... ...dd 56.55 35.85 688 48.50 +1.7sDriveShack DS .48 7.1 18 6.49 2.41 1559 6.77 +22.4DriveS pfB DSpB 2.44 9.5 ... 26.49 24.67 2 25.58 -.5DriveS pfC DSpC 2.01 8.1 ... 26.08 23.36 2 24.95 -.7DriveS pfD DSpD 2.09 8.3 ... 25.84 24.25 0 25.10 -1.4DuPnt pfA DDpA 3.50 4.1 ... 96.65 82.01 1 86.31 -6.6DuPnt pfB DDpB 4.50 4.4 ... 110.00 100.00 1 101.80 -6.0Ducomun DCO ... ... 19 35.55 25.06 42 32.96 +15.9Df&PGblUt DPG 1.40 9.7 ...q 17.29 13.50 114 14.43 -7.0DufPUC DUC .60 7.1 ...q 9.33 8.40 96 8.40 -5.1DukeEngy DUK 3.56 4.8 16 91.78 72.93 3470 74.15 -11.8DukeEn 73 DUKH 1.28 5.1 ... 26.60 23.71 25 24.97 -1.5DukeRlty DRE .80 2.9 22 30.14 24.30 2178 27.49 +1.0DunBrad DNB 2.09 1.7 18 130.95 101.17 277 125.46 +6.0Dycom DY ... ... 23 123.99 73.95 410 114.00 +2.3Dynagas DLNG 1.69 21.1 ... 16.47 7.51 124 8.00 -26.3tDynags pfA DLNGpA 2.25 8.9 ... 26.98 25.36 14 25.39 -2.4Dynegy 7 DYNC 1.75 2.2 ... 85.58 56.36 78.88 -.4DynexCap DX .72 11.1 15 7.41 6.02 280 6.49 -7.4Dynex pfA DXpA 2.13 8.3 ... 26.00 25.04 1 25.60 +.4Dynex pfB DXpB 1.91 7.9 ... 25.16 23.25 2 24.07 -2.8E -ETracBDC BDCS 1.84e 9.1 ...q 23.41 18.72 9 20.13 -3.0ETrMLPSht MLPS ... ... ...q 15.50 11.06 0 11.93 -3.6ETrAlerNG MLPG 1.86e 8.2 ...q 26.63 19.00 5 22.70 -5.8E-TrAlerInf MLPI 1.88e 8.0 ...q 28.29 20.31 214 23.46 -3.0ETBbgCmd DJCI ... ... ...q 16.67 14.33 16.53 +3.1ETrAlerian AMU 1.45e 8.4 ...q 20.05 14.59 55 17.18 -.8E-TrFood FUD ... ... ...q 19.82 17.55 17.69 -1.7E-TrcEngy UBN ... ... ...q 10.00 5.67 0 9.54 +22.6E-TrcIMet UBM ... ... ...q 22.54 13.55 17.75 +4.0E-TracAg UAG ... ... ...q 21.45 16.11 17.72 -.4ETr2xBDC BDCL 3.52e 23.0 ...q 20.09 13.13 71 15.31 -6.9sE-TrcCmci UCI ... ... ...q 16.07 12.85 11 15.99 +3.9E-TrcSilv USV ... ... ...q 22.76 19.91 0 20.56 -5.5E-TrcGld UBG ... ... ...q 35.00 31.00 33.26 +.7E-TrLvstk UBC ... ... ...q 21.19 15.85 18.18 -8.1ECA MTrI ECT .33e 15.9 5 2.55 1.45 70 2.05 -4.7EG Comp AGEM ... ... ...q 22.55 EGBasMat LGEM ... ... ...q 10.05 EG CnsGds GGEM ... ... ...q 23.42 EG CnsSvc VGEM ... ... ...q 22.28 EG Fincl FGEM ... ... ...q 20.32 EG HltCre HGEM ... ... ...q 23.77 EG Tech QGEM ... ... ...q 21.71 EG MetMn EMT ... ... ...q 9.98 EG Energy OGEM ... ... ...q 22.23 EG Utils UGEM ... ... ...q 15.87 EG Telecm TGEM ... ... ...q 19.72 ELF Inc n ELF ... ... ... 28.50 16.82 305 19.99 -10.4EMCOR EME .32 .4 23 85.08 61.97 816 77.00 -5.8EMX Roy g EMX ... ... ... 1.04 .67 64 .96 +14.9ENI E 1.29e 3.3 ...dd 40.15 29.44 742 39.08 +17.7sEOG Rescs EOG .74f .6 ...dd 121.87 81.99 5718 126.15 +16.9EP Energy EPE ... ... ...dd 4.85 1.27 2455 3.14 +33.1EPAM Sys EPAM ... ... 72 131.75 77.96 270 125.63 +16.9EPR Prop EPR 3.84 6.6 15 75.55 51.87 411 58.07 -11.3EPR pfC EPRpC 1.44 5.8 ... 29.73 23.38 1 24.98 -7.2EPR pfE EPRpE 2.25 6.6 ... 37.59 33.48 0 34.01 -7.7EPR Pr pfG EPRpG 1.44 6.5 ... 25.23 21.60 4 22.12 -11.6EQT Corp EQT .12 .2 ...dd 67.84 43.70 2431 53.94 -5.2EQT GP n EQGP 1.03e 4.1 12 31.77 21.05 179 24.88 -7.5EQT Mid EQM 4.26f 7.7 11 78.75 50.89 570 55.04 -24.7sETF SITRis RISE ... ... ...q 25.17 22.59 3 25.16 +5.9ETF JrSil SILJ ... ... ...q 13.81 9.79 18 11.29 -.5ETF Cyber HACK ... ... ...q 38.33 28.38 344 37.21 +17.6ETF BigD BIGD ... ... ...q 28.47 26.40 27.78 sETF MobP IPAY ... ... ...q 38.65 28.75 93 38.61 +10.7ETF M AlH MJ ... ... ... 39.72 26.02 169 29.75 +1.7ETF M Vid GAMR ... ... ... 51.93 39.50 12 51.36 +7.2ETF Drone IFLY ... ... ... 38.00 33.54 8 35.02 -6.3ETF AIPw n AIEQ ... ... ... 28.00 24.03 64 27.76 +7.3ETF MgT ef WSKY ... ... ... 35.50 31.34 4 32.82 -4.0Pure Fintch FINQ ... ... ... 29.73 27.44 28.95 sBlStIsrTc n ITEQ ... ... ... 34.18 30.11 14 34.29 +8.4ETF Clim ETHO ... ... ...q 37.25 29.90 0 35.17 +3.5sETFAlpAlt ALFA ... ... ...q 47.05 38.79 6 46.90 +9.6ChngFnDvr CHGX ... ... ... 20.37 18.02 2 19.08 +1.9ETF EmM n EEMD ... ... ... 28.41 24.66 1 24.94 -4.6ETF spx H n SPDV ... ... ... 28.19 25.00 1 26.69 +2.1ETF AptF n FTVA ... ... ... 30.36 24.74 0 27.26 +.4ETF GOP n MAGA ... ... ... 29.82 24.92 3 27.88 -.1NtDUSEq ef MXDU ... ... ... 28.40 25.93 0 27.25 -4.0NtRkBsInt ef RBIN ... ... ... 27.45 25.53 26.33 -4.1RsBsUSE ef RBUS ... ... ... 27.19 24.83 25.76 -5.3ETF RvCp n RVRS ... ... ... 16.76 14.84 6 16.00 +.6ETF BrVl n BVAL ... ... ... 16.70 14.46 15.14 -4.7ETFDeepV DVP .66e 1.9 ...q 36.90 26.95 14 34.53 +5.3GlGoGld n GOAU ... ... ... 14.13 11.39 2 12.96 -.4ETF OCIO n OCIO ... ... ... 27.81 25.44 2 26.78 +.1ETF Seren ICAN ... ... ... 28.54 25.35 1 27.83 +2.6PremisCap TCTL ... ... ... 31.57 27.59 2 30.06 +.3AmCusSat ACSI ... ... ... 30.55 AptBehMo BEMO ... ... ... 33.93 27.10 3 33.71 +11.2EtfAlphacln ALFI ... ... ...q 26.95 22.64 0 25.92 +3.9EtfUSGblJ JETS ... ... ...q 34.75 27.69 19 30.52 -6.3ETF Master HIPS 1.29 7.7 ...q 18.64 17.22 16.80 -5.3EtfDiaHVal DHVW .99e 3.1 ...q 33.86 30.05 9 32.31 -3.3EtfInfcMLP AMZA 2.08 26.9 ...q 10.56 6.55 1480 7.73 -10.2ETF BioPr n BBP ... ... ... 45.18 37.33 0 43.03 +6.1ETF ClinT n BBC ... ... ... 36.25 25.88 11 33.52 +17.9InfrCpPfd PFFR ... ... ... 25.13 23.61 0 24.05 -4.0EtfNwfMSec NFLT 1.13e 4.6 ...q 25.95 23.87 11 24.38 -3.4EtfReavUt UTES ... ... ...q 34.83 30.92 30.97 -4.9tEtf VirtEM EMEM ... ... ... 28.57 24.44 0 24.42 -6.8Virt GlFc ef VGFO ... ... ... 27.82 25.00 27.82 +5.8ETF Virt n CUMB ... ... ... 26.08 24.38 0 24.61 -3.4ETF PrMtl GLTR ... ... ...q 68.06 59.21 14 63.29 -2.6ETFS Com BCI ... ... ... 25.79 18.58 13 25.17 +2.8ETFS Comd BCD ... ... ... 27.15 23.25 2 27.09 +5.2sETFS EnCm BEF ... ... ... 28.85 22.55 0 29.22 +15.1ETFSGold SGOL ... ... ...q 132.10 117.19 16 124.40 -1.4ETF Pall PALL ... ... ...q 107.47 71.96 152 92.99 -8.4ETF Plat PPLT ... ... ...q 97.94 83.35 132 84.75 -4.2EagleCGr GRF .50e 2.4 ...q 8.59 7.11 1 7.36 -7.3EagleGrInc EGIF 1.31 8.6 ...q 17.45 14.83 14 15.29 -7.8EagleMat EXP .40 .4 25 122.49 86.51 708 106.24 -6.2EaglePtCr ECC .80 4.4 ... 21.60 17.28 284 18.03 -4.1EagleP pfA ECCA 1.94 7.7 ... 26.36 24.96 4 25.19 -2.5EaglePt 20 ECCZ 1.75 7.0 ... 26.00 24.70 25.17 +.1EaglPt pfB ECCB 1.94 7.4 ... 26.60 25.50 10 26.07 -.9EagleP27 n ECCY ... ... ... 26.75 24.80 25.41 Earthstone ESTE ... ... ...dd 12.17 7.85 493 9.57 -10.0EastGvP n DEA 1.04 5.3 30 22.32 19.03 267 19.80 -7.2EstANG wd NGT/WD ... ... ... Eastgrp EGP 2.56 2.9 31 95.03 77.74 239 88.83 +.5EastChem EMN 2.24 2.1 15 112.45 78.39 813 108.48 +17.1EastCh wt EMN/WS ... ... ... .55 EKodak wt KODK/WS ... ... ... 2.79 .01 1.15 +22900.0EKodk wtA KODK/WS/A ... ... ... 3.15 .00 .91 +8960.0EKodak KODK ... ... ...dd 13.28 2.95 195 5.15 +66.1Eaton ETN 2.64f 3.4 18 89.85 69.82 1607 77.67 -1.7EatVn 22 n EFL ... ... ... 10.09 9.08 40 9.50 +2.8EatV HiIn21 EHT .60 6.1 ... 10.52 9.34 38 9.88 -1.2EV CAMu EVM .68 6.7 ...q 12.89 10.15 67 10.21 -11.3EVCAMu2 EIA .62 5.8 ...q 13.00 10.55 15 10.73 -6.7EVCAMu CEV .71 6.2 ...q 13.01 11.23 9 11.39 -6.3EatnVan EV 1.24f 2.2 22 60.95 44.91 603 57.60 +2.1EV EnEq EOI 1.04 6.7 ...q 15.71 12.94 127 15.53 +7.0EV EEq2 EOS 1.05 6.1 ...q 17.43 14.29 114 17.10 +12.4EV FltRt EFT .91 6.1 ...q 15.33 14.03 87 14.91 +4.0EVFltRtIP EFF 1.13 6.9 ...q 17.55 15.93 41 16.44 +.8EV LtdDur EVV 1.22 9.6 ...q 14.29 12.67 385 12.73 -6.7EV MAMu MAB .65 5.1 ...q 16.00 12.35 7 12.66 -4.2EVMAMu MMV .69 5.6 ...q 14.04 12.28 1 12.30 -6.2 EV MIMu MIW .71 5.5 ...q 14.39 12.52 0 12.97 -3.6EVMIMu EMI .71 5.6 ...q 14.52 12.04 0 12.67 -1.2EVMuniBd EIM .77 6.5 ...q 12.99 11.60 90 11.73 -6.2EVMuni2 EIV .70 6.0 ...q 12.95 11.47 54 11.62 -5.6EVMunTT ETX .85 4.4 ...q 21.20 18.81 15 19.52 -5.8EV MuIT EVN .85 7.3 ...q 13.13 11.39 30 11.67 -5.9EV NMuOp EOT 1.03 5.1 ...q 23.54 20.11 36 20.18 -10.4EV NJMu EMJ .75 6.4 ...q 13.52 11.51 4 11.80 -5.1EVNJMu EVJ .73 6.5 ...q 12.95 10.99 7 11.18 -4.8EVNYMu2 NYH .69 6.4 ...q 13.64 10.48 13 10.73 -7.2EV NYMu ENX .72 6.4 ...q 13.34 11.01 34 11.22 -9.0EVNYMu EVY .74 6.2 ...q 13.56 11.84 25 11.94 -6.1EV OHMu EIO .70 6.2 ...q 14.70 11.35 4 11.41 -10.2EVOHMu EVO .73 5.9 ...q 14.11 12.10 2 12.43 -4.6EV PAMu EIP .77 6.6 ...q 13.35 11.62 1 11.75 -5.5EVPAMu EVP .73 6.4 ...q 12.66 11.27 0 11.33 -7.1EVRiskMgd ETJ 1.12 11.9 ...q 9.92 8.74 214 9.36 -2.8EV SrFlt EFR .95 6.5 ...q 15.06 14.01 93 14.69 +1.7EV SrInc EVF .42 6.4 ...q 6.87 6.31 134 6.59 +1.1EVShDur EVG 1.08 8.1 ...q 14.64 13.22 78 13.26 -7.6EVTxABdO EXD 1.16 12.0 ...q 11.98 9.17 49 9.67 -5.7EV TxAd EVT 1.74 7.7 ...q 24.43 21.01 117 22.61 -2.8EV TxAG ETG 1.23 7.2 ...q 18.45 16.06 138 17.12 -1.2EV TxAOp ETO 2.16 8.4 ...q 26.83 22.60 78 25.77 +1.5EV TxDiver ETY 1.01 8.1 ...q 12.57 10.17 599 12.55 +3.0EVTxMGlo EXG .98 10.4 ...q 9.84 8.02 584 9.38 EVTxBWIn ETB 1.30 8.1 ...q 17.27 15.28 48 16.04 -4.1EVTxGBW ETW 1.17 10.0 ...q 12.74 11.15 234 11.71 -1.8EVTxBWOp ETV 1.33 8.6 ...q 15.63 14.19 194 15.39 +.1EclipseRs ECR ... ... 25 3.10 1.23 3738 1.74 -27.5Ecolab ECL 1.64 1.1 31 150.46 125.74 893 147.07 +9.6Ecopetrol EC .16e .7 ... 23.34 8.60 1637 21.84 +49.3Edenor EDN ... ... ... 63.29 28.88 74 45.73 -8.0Edgewell EPC ... ... 11 78.04 39.50 563 44.74 -24.7EdisonInt EIX 2.42f 4.0 14 83.38 57.63 2092 61.22 -3.2EducRltTr EDR 1.56 4.7 27 40.84 30.07 1050 33.47 -4.2EdwLfSci s EW ... ... 45 143.22 100.20 630 135.83 +20.5eHiCarSvc EHIC ... ... ... 13.43 8.89 105 13.26 +14.68x8 Inc EGHT ... ... ...dd 23.05 10.30 797 22.00 +56.0ElPasoEl EE 1.34 2.5 23 61.15 48.05 413 54.40 -1.7ElPasE pf EPpC 2.38 5.0 ... 51.33 45.41 4 47.25 -3.1EldorGld g EGO .02e ... 10 3.66 .80 3790 .98 -31.5Electrmed ELMD ... ... 20 7.96 4.12 0 5.15 -15.2ElevCr n ELVT ... ... ... 9.48 5.90 184 8.51 +13.0EliLilly LLY 2.25 2.8 77 89.09 73.69 2808 81.66 -3.3Elk HiQPfd EPRF ... ... ... 25.00 22.14 6 23.08 -2.8Elkh LoVl n LVHB ... ... ... 34.44 29.71 30 30.93 -4.5ElkFdCm ef RCOM ... ... ... 30.34 22.87 28.34 +.9EllieMae ELLI ... ... 72 114.95 79.71 240 102.47 +14.6EllingtnF EFC 1.76 11.0 12 17.00 14.12 25 16.02 +10.4EllingtRM EARN 1.48 13.3 14 15.74 10.23 115 11.14 -7.5Ellomay ELLO ... ... ... 11.09 7.50 1 7.86 -12.7EllswthFd ECF .80e 8.6 ...q 9.88 8.79 14 9.35 -.6Ellswt pfA ECFpA 1.31 5.5 ... 26.20 23.39 1 23.98 -4.6eMagin EMAN ... ... ...dd 3.00 1.23 123 1.55 -6.1EAndinA AKO/A .68e 2.8 ... 28.25 21.51 24.12 -9.0EAndinB AKO/B .74e 2.7 ... 31.80 23.42 16 27.28 -6.8Embraer ERJ .13e .5 ... 28.55 17.90 1124 24.64 +3.0EmerExp n EEX .29f 1.4 ... 24.56 18.19 208 20.68 +1.7EmergeES EMES 2.68m ... ...dd 13.40 5.65 874 8.91 +23.9EmergBio EBS ... ... 29 55.91 29.15 146 50.64 +9.0EmrgBio wi EBS.WI ... ... ... EmersonEl EMR 1.94 2.7 28 74.45 57.39 2718 72.97 +4.7EmerR hs MSN ... ... ...dd 1.89 1.07 11 1.50 +2.4EmpOPES ESBA .34 2.1 ... 21.53 15.17 3 16.05 -22.4EmpOP60 OGCP .34 2.1 ... 21.30 15.28 0 16.22 -20.4EmpOP250 FISK .34 2.1 ... 21.26 16.24 16.54 -18.9tEmpStRTr ESRT .34 2.1 41 21.66 16.23 1469 16.12 -21.5EmployH EIG .80 2.0 14 50.45 38.35 146 40.50 -8.8tEElChile EOCC 1.07e 4.9 ... 29.41 21.48 42 21.81 -19.0EnLinkLP ENLK 1.56 9.5 ... 18.58 12.75 870 16.47 +7.2EnableMid ENBL 1.27 8.3 17 16.49 12.89 1100 15.28 +7.5EnbrdgEM EEQ 1.40t ... ...dd 17.37 8.38 2472 9.77 -27.0EnbrdgEPt EEP 1.40 13.6 12 17.94 8.89 3874 10.29 -25.5Enbridge ENB 2.68 ... ... 42.31 29.00 5734 33.00 -15.6EnCana g ECA .06 .4 23 14.31 8.01 15968 13.74 +3.1EncompHlth EHC 1.00 1.6 23 64.73 42.21 444 63.13 +27.8HlthSth wt HLS/WS ... ... ... .57 EndvSilv g EXK ... ... 48 3.24 1.94 655 2.85 +19.2EnduroRT NDRO 1.55e 45.6 9 4.41 2.18 1887 3.40 +7.9EnerCre wt ENCR/WS ... ... ... EnerCore n ENCR ... ... ... Energen EGN .08 .1 24 70.27 46.16 1684 68.37 +18.8Energizer n ENR 1.16 2.0 20 64.00 40.64 557 56.90 +18.6Engy&Exp ENXP ... ... ... EnFuel grs UUUU ... ... ... 2.21 1.30 491 2.01 +12.3EgyTrEq s ETE 1.22 7.2 20 19.34 12.80 4756 16.92 -2.0EngyTrfPt ETP 2.26 11.9 18 23.72 15.06 5970 19.02 +6.1EnerJexR ENRJ ... ... ...dd .85 .11 .21 -6.8sEnerpls g ERF .12e .9 17 12.76 7.55 1608 12.79 +30.6EnersisAm ENIA .21e 2.0 ... 12.11 9.07 724 10.28 -8.0EnersAm wi ENIA/WI ... ... ... 8.16 EnerChile ENIC .22e 3.9 ... 6.57 5.03 604 5.65 -.5EnerSys ENS .70 .9 28 84.24 61.33 659 79.16 +13.7Engility EGL ... ... ...cc 35.63 21.19 95 29.83 +5.1EnLinkLLC ENLC 1.05f 6.3 14 20.00 13.80 225 16.65 -5.4Ennis Inc EBF .80 4.3 14 21.50 15.90 76 18.80 -9.4EnovaIntl ENVA ... ... 20 34.50 11.15 390 34.35 +126.0EnPro NPO .96f 1.3 42 94.79 65.12 343 74.60 -20.2ENSCO ESV .04 .6 ...dd 7.74 4.10 28857 7.07 +19.6sEnservco ENSV ... ... ... 1.20 .28 845 1.29 +100.3EnSync ESNC ... ... ... .65 .31 267 .35 -11.6Entercom ETM .36 4.6 10 12.43 7.20 2197 7.80 -27.8EntArk66 n EAI 1.22 5.0 ... 25.29 23.08 10 24.16 -3.9EntArk 63 EAE 1.19 5.0 ... 25.60 22.51 3 23.95 -3.9EntArk 52 EAB 1.23 5.1 ... 25.45 23.26 3 24.11 -4.4Entergy ETR 3.56 4.7 33 87.85 71.95 1292 76.26 -6.3EntLA 66 ELC 1.22 5.0 ... 25.17 23.08 10 24.19 -2.5EntgyLA52 ELJ 1.31 5.2 ... 25.75 23.76 3 24.96 -.6EntLA 63 ELU 1.18 4.9 ... 25.72 22.61 3 24.14 -2.7EntMS FtM EMP ... ... ... 25.49 23.18 4 24.15 -4.0EntgyNO n ENO ... ... ... 26.99 24.25 7 24.99 -2.5EntgyNO 52 ENJ 1.25 5.2 ... 25.90 23.17 24.25 -2.9EntgyTx64 EZT 1.41 5.5 ... 27.67 25.02 3 25.53 -3.7EntProdPt EPD 1.71f 6.1 21 29.51 23.10 5738 28.13 +6.1Entravisn EVC .20 4.5 44 7.90 4.00 463 4.40 -38.5EntrResc EGI ... ... ... .69 .34 12 .35 -41.8Envestnet ENV ... ... 45 60.28 35.00 105 55.15 +10.6EnviroStr EVI .20e ... 81 43.10 18.90 5 39.85 -.4EnvisnHl n EVHC ... ... ...dd 64.00 23.79 2652 42.47 +22.9Enviva n EVA 2.50f 8.4 ...cc 31.95 25.01 99 29.90 +8.1EnzoBio ENZ ... ... ...dd 12.04 5.35 71 6.78 -16.8Equifax EFX 1.56 1.4 20 147.02 89.59 634 114.67 -2.8EquityCmw EQC ... ... 31 32.35 27.96 526 30.38 -.4EqCm pfD EQCpD 1.63 6.3 ... 27.24 25.24 3 25.61 -2.8EqCm pfE EQCpE 1.81 ... ... EqCmw 42 EQCO 1.44 5.7 ... 26.64 24.56 25.05 -1.4EqtyLfPrp ELS 2.20 2.5 26 91.94 79.78 418 86.85 -2.4EqtyRsd EQR 2.16 3.6 29 70.46 54.97 1645 59.74 -6.3EquusTR EQS ... ... 30q 2.97 2.16 27 2.41 +.4sEraGroup ERA ... ... 12 12.41 8.00 55 12.67 +17.9Eros Intl EROS ... ... ...dd 16.90 6.65 264 12.45 +29.0EscoTech ESE .32 .6 19 66.80 50.30 97 56.50 -6.2Espey ESP 1.00 3.5 59 29.97 21.07 1 28.70 +19.8Essent ESNT ... ... 9 50.08 32.73 549 35.83 -17.5EssexPT ESS 7.00 3.1 27 270.04 214.03 314 227.40 -5.8EsteeLdr EL 1.52 1.0 49 153.88 91.88 2476 144.90 +13.9Esterline ESL ... ... 18 102.70 67.15 260 76.50 +2.4EtfSilver SIVR ... ... ...q 17.70 14.92 47 16.01 -3.1EthanAl ETH .76 3.1 17 33.13 21.50 169 24.35 -14.9Etrac2xMtg MORL 3.31e 22.1 ...q 19.50 12.50 135 15.01 -15.0Et2xDJDiv DVYL 3.55e 5.1 ...q 77.86 60.01 2 69.66 -4.8Etr2xHomb HOML ... ... ...q 70.00 31.60 48.82 -18.9sEtrCrdOil n OILX ... ... ... 41.50 25.90 0 41.74 +28.0tEtHiDLwV HDLV 2.57e 10.8 ... 33.35 23.89 2 23.84 -25.9Etr2xSPX SPLX ... ... ...q 73.35 35.85 0 55.65 +2.6Etr2xCEFd CEFL 2.88 18.3 ...q 18.98 15.40 41 15.77 -13.0EtrcDvsHi DVHL 2.85e 15.1 ...q 22.87 17.57 4 18.83 -6.8EtrWFxEn LMLP 1.90e 11.9 ... 19.00 13.94 4 15.95 +1.3EtracReit LRET 2.00e 9.5 ...q 27.57 19.32 2 21.15 -19.5UBS VlHdg XIVH ... ... ... 82.84 11.86 3 15.39 -80.1VelShSP46 BSWN ... ... ... 24.95 9.02 10.97 -38.6UBS VlVIX LSVX ... ... ... 33.40 12.32 15.07 -50.8Etr EnhGl FIHD ... ... ... 191.45 145.40 8 164.39 -4.5FI EnhEu n FIEE ... ... ... 202.02 151.77 1 175.08 -1.3Etr SP MLP MLPZ .06p ... ... 55.22 31.45 2 39.50 -7.9Etr MLP In MLPQ .08p ... ... 52.15 25.63 82 33.86 -10.2EtrAlerTRt AMUB .36p ... ...q 19.00 16.38 16.38 -5.3EtrAlerInf MLPB .99e ... ...q 27.35 20.87 0 21.13 -9.1EtrBCmdty UCIB ... ... ...q 15.88 10.10 15.88 +5.8EtrWFBsD BDCZ .91e ... ...q 26.16 19.08 19.92 -4.5Etr2xLevLg LBDC 2.89e 19.2 ...q 20.88 13.65 15.09 -7.4EtrMtgReit MRRL 1.70e ... ...q 19.46 11.51 5 14.97 -15.5EtrSCHiDv SMHD 3.06e 17.6 ...q 21.90 14.27 13 17.38 -11.5Euronav n EURN 2.41e ... ...dd 9.65 6.90 262 8.25 -10.8EuroEqFd EEA .17e 1.7 ...q 10.88 9.02 1 9.82 -.5EvansBc EVBN .92f 2.0 19 47.08 37.80 8 46.90 +11.9Evercore EVR 2.00f 1.8 25 109.35 66.80 304 109.20 +21.3EverestRe RE 5.20f 2.3 25 277.17 208.81 234 227.80 +3.0EveriHldgs EVRI ... ... ...dd 8.99 6.08 448 7.46 -1.1EversrceE ES 2.02 3.5 19 66.15 55.93 1888 57.10 -9.6sEvertec EVTC .40 1.8 18 21.85 12.60 929 21.90 +60.4EvolentH n EVH ... ... ...dd 27.50 10.30 853 19.65 +59.8EvolPetrol EPM .40 4.3 20 9.50 6.35 121 9.40 +37.2EvoquaWt n AQUA ... ... ...cc 25.36 18.05 610 18.96 -20.0ETYldShHi YYY 1.92 10.4 ...q 20.00 18.26 28 18.45 -5.3ExTrRobo ROBO .07e .2 ...q 46.20 33.79 365 41.86 +1.3RxVlmxWk VMAX ... ... ... 31.03 2.69 2 19.96 +63.0Ber Gl Rs n BRGL ... ... ... 28.14 24.89 27.33 +4.9Ber US Rs n BERN ... ... ... 29.41 24.94 1 28.66 +6.6ExTTactUS HTUS ... ... ...q 29.30 24.04 18 26.99 -.6ETF IndExp TETF ... ... ... 21.64 15.30 3 21.05 +10.5RxVlmxInF VMIN ... ... ... 46.55 2.37 49 3.17 -90.8ExTrGldE GHE ... ... ... 26.95 26.94 26.95 ExTGldSP GHS 1.33e 4.1 ... 36.05 28.94 1 32.67 ETEMeCmc EMQQ .02p ... ...q 43.50 31.07 173 37.76 -.8Exelon EXC 1.38f 3.5 11 42.67 34.91 6401 39.35 -.2Express EXPR ... ... 29 11.34 5.28 1126 9.05 -10.8ExtendStay STAY .88f 4.5 41 21.28 16.27 1352 19.48 +2.5Exterran n EXTN ... ... ...cc 33.69 23.29 119 29.75 -5.4ExtraSpce EXR 3.12 3.4 22 95.96 73.70 549 92.02 +5.2ExxonMbl XOM 3.28f 4.0 18 89.30 72.16 11223 81.88 -2.1F -FB Finl n FBK .06p ... 18 45.43 32.84 65 43.08 +2.6FBL Fn FFG 1.84 2.3 18 81.75 59.75 9 79.05 +13.5FCB Fin FCB ... ... 23 60.70 39.90 506 59.95 +18.0FGL Hldg n FG ... ... ... 11.94 8.65 702 8.95 -11.1FGL Hld wt FG/WS ... ... ... 2.50 .97 1.48 -2.0FMC Corp FMC .66 .7 18 98.70 71.43 1562 92.40 -2.4FNBCp PA FNB .48 3.5 14 14.92 12.02 1595 13.57 -1.8FNB FL pfE FNBpE ... ... ... 31.65 27.64 13 27.94 -4.4FTFQAntiB BTAL ... ... ...q 20.77 18.31 18.98 -1.6FTFQMom MOM ... ... ...q 26.26 22.36 5 25.93 +7.9FTFQuSize SIZ ... ... ...q 21.94 19.25 19.75 -1.2FTFQValu CHEP ... ... ...q 27.13 23.73 1 24.19 -7.2FTFQHgDiv DIVA 1.08e 2.9 ...q 25.68 23.17 2 23.56 -5.2FqfOAsiaDv OASI .43e ... ...q 32.18 27.53 0 29.27 -2.4FqfOEurDiv OEUR .15e ... ...q 26.90 23.65 8 24.81 -2.6 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 3 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Friday, May 18, 2018

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FQFO USDv OUSA .20e ... ... 33.39 28.98 41 30.47 -4.5FS Invest FSIC .76 9.7 8 9.40 6.95 970 7.85 +6.8FTE Net n FTNW ... ... ... 26.25 14.10 5 14.75 -10.6FTI Cnslt FCN ... ... 26 60.94 31.65 214 60.56 +41.0sFTS Intl n FTSI ... ... ... 20.09 18.84 699 21.27 +8.5Fabrinet FN ... ... 13 47.02 24.02 273 36.62 +27.6FactsetR FDS 2.56 1.3 25 217.36 155.09 135 197.90 +2.7FairIsaac FICO .08 ... 46 181.89 131.14 160 180.30 +17.7FairmSant FMSA ... ... 39 6.39 2.47 2622 6.20 +18.5FangHldg SFUN .20e 3.6 ...dd 5.69 3.01 2318 5.52 -1.1Farmland FPI .51 6.3 74 10.09 7.15 215 8.09 -6.8Farmln pfB FPIpB 1.50 6.1 ... 27.96 24.60 7 24.63 -4.4FedExCp FDX 2.00 .8 15 274.66 189.44 1080 248.46 -.4sFedAgric AGM 2.32 2.5 ... 92.57 58.17 23 91.69 +17.2FdAgricA AGM/A 2.32 2.7 25 85.56 56.10 1 84.79 +16.5FAgMt pfA AGMpA 1.47 5.8 ... 26.88 24.75 1 25.19 +.2FAgMt pfB AGMpB 1.72 6.6 ... 28.80 25.52 2 25.87 -1.8FAgMt pfC AGMpC 1.50 5.7 ... 31.25 26.02 26.50 -4.7FedRlty FRT 4.00 3.5 20 135.59 106.41 392 114.21 -14.0FedRlt pfC FRTpC 1.25 5.7 ... 25.48 21.32 15 22.00 -12.6sFedSignl FSS .28 1.2 29 24.18 15.47 190 24.19 +20.4FedInvst FII 1.08f 4.3 9 36.76 24.11 617 24.95 -30.8FedPMu FMN .88 6.7 ...q 15.07 13.22 20 13.23 -5.8Ferrari n RACE ... ... ... 141.56 83.44 177 133.73 +27.6Ferrellgs FGP .40 10.7 ...dd 5.75 2.87 65 3.75 -12.4Ferro FOE ... ... 17 25.50 16.48 230 21.48 -8.9FiatChrys FCAU ... ... ... 24.95 10.21 3047 22.18 +24.3FibriaCelu FBR .09e .5 ... 22.05 9.56 1790 18.97 +29.0tFidCorpBd FCOR 1.58 3.3 ...q 51.30 48.23 12 48.13 -5.5FidLtdTm FLTB .98 2.0 ...q 50.75 49.21 8 49.25 -1.7tFidTotBd FBND 1.20e 2.5 ...q 51.74 48.51 24 48.54 -3.4FidCnsDis FDIS .40e 1.0 ...q 42.99 34.66 39 41.18 +5.3FidCnsStpl FSTA .87e 2.9 ... 35.47 29.50 43 30.14 -12.2sFidEnergy FENY .53e 2.4 ...q 21.69 17.01 355 21.98 +9.6FidFinan FNCL .60e 1.4 ...q 43.90 34.09 105 41.42 +1.6FidHlthCre FHLC .70e 1.7 ...q 44.44 36.07 62 40.91 +2.3FidIndls FIDU .56e 1.5 ...q 41.28 33.96 65 38.37 -.9Fid Val n FVAL ... ... ... 35.18 28.51 20 32.95 +.3Fid Qual n FQAL ... ... ... 34.02 28.07 9 32.39 +1.9FidInfoTch FTEC .42e .8 ...q 56.55 42.32 229 55.02 +10.1Fid Moment FDMO ... ... ... 33.84 27.54 14 33.18 +6.1Fid LowVol FDLO ... ... ... 32.45 27.39 8 30.84 +.8Fid RisR n FDRR ... ... ... 32.71 27.78 70 30.66 Fid CoreD n FDVV ... ... ... 30.41 26.24 35 29.29 +2.1FidMsciRE FREL .86e 3.8 ...q 25.36 21.73 56 22.90 -7.3FidUtils FUTY 1.21e 3.7 ...q 37.01 30.99 58 32.37 -6.2FidTelecm FCOM .76e 2.7 ...q 33.57 27.59 16 28.19 -8.8FidelMatls FMAT .53e 1.5 ...q 37.11 30.35 26 34.74 -.8FidlNatFn FNF 1.20f 3.1 15 42.52 29.76 1098 38.15 -2.8FidNatInfo FIS 1.28 1.2 19 105.02 83.25 1686 103.82 +10.3FidClayOp FMO 1.72f 14.2 ...q 15.43 10.27 149 12.12 -7.8Fieldpt wt FPP/WS ... ... ... .39 .00 .00 FifthStF 24 FSCE 1.47 5.8 ... 25.45 24.92 25.15 58.com WUBA ... ... ...cc 89.90 40.02 517 85.32 +19.2FstAccept FAC ... ... ...dd 1.50 .78 .81 -31.9FstAFin n FAF 1.52 2.8 22 62.71 42.42 558 53.59 -4.4FtBcp pfA FBPpA ... ... ... 12.30 FtBcp pfB FBPpB ... ... ... 12.00 FtBcp pfC FBPpC ... ... ... 12.07 FtBcp pfD FBPpD ... ... ... 12.69 FtBcp pfE FBPpE ... ... ... 12.03 sFstBcpPR FBP ... ... 26 7.88 4.48 3371 7.93 +55.5sFstCash FCFS .88f 1.0 35 91.85 52.65 325 92.50 +37.1FstCwlth FCF .36f 2.3 22 15.78 12.05 597 15.75 +10.0FstData n FDC ... ... 10 19.85 14.73 8844 19.30 +15.5FstHorizon FHN .48 2.5 17 20.86 15.84 3265 19.54 -2.3FstHrz pfA FHNpA 1.55 6.1 ... 26.06 24.77 4 25.21 FstInRT FR .87 2.8 21 32.91 27.61 761 31.18 -.9FMajSilv g AG ... ... ...dd 9.24 4.93 1676 7.14 +5.9FstRepBk FRC .72 .7 ... 105.52 84.56 817 99.04 +14.3FstRep pfB FRCpB 1.55 6.0 ... 25.63 FstRep pfD FRCpD 1.38 5.4 ... 26.36 24.16 3 25.37 -.6FstRep pfE FRCpE 1.75 6.7 ... 27.45 25.75 12 25.97 -.6FstRep pfF FRCpF 1.43 5.6 ... 27.00 24.65 6 25.46 -1.2FtRepB pfH FRCpH 1.28 5.2 ... 25.97 23.30 3 24.74 -2.6FtRpBk pfG FRCpG ... ... ... 27.50 24.09 8 24.98 -3.4FtTr 22 n FIV ... ... ... 10.10 9.02 103 9.44 +3.4tFtTrGlob FAM .90 8.6 ...q 12.15 10.57 66 10.52 -9.2sFT MCGr FNY .15e .3 ...q 43.00 33.60 22 43.06 +9.9FT MCVal FNK .40e 1.1 ...q 37.68 32.17 6 35.91 -1.0FT Austrla FAUS .80e 2.4 ...q 34.27 30.12 33.19 -2.4sFT SCGr FYC .04e .1 ...q 46.47 36.49 104 46.77 +10.0FT SCVal FYT .26e .7 ...q 38.64 32.07 2 37.69 +2.3FT MegaCp FMK .44e 1.3 ...q 36.82 29.16 4 34.45 +2.8FTEurSelDv FDD 1.09e 7.6 ...q 14.79 12.90 161 14.31 +4.2sFTDJMic FDM .49e 1.0 ...q 49.66 41.59 7 49.92 +5.2FT DynEq FDEU 1.45 8.3 ...q 20.20 16.46 37 17.52 -6.4FtTEqCom ERM ... ... ... 23.64 19.95 18 22.11 -1.1FtT EqTact TERM ... ... ... 23.62 19.41 7 22.15 -.9FT PfdSec FPE 1.02e 5.3 ...q 20.25 19.20 810 19.36 -3.2FT HeitGl PRME ... ... ... 20.81 17.96 19.84 -.6FT EM Sl n RNEM ... ... ... 59.26 51.56 0 53.40 -2.0FT LgShEq FTLS .16e .4 ...q 41.72 35.60 7 39.38 +.2tFT PfInc n FPEI ... ... ... 21.03 19.39 14 19.44 -3.5FT VolIn n HDMV ... ... ... 36.34 32.75 5 34.59 +.8FT VolD n HUSV ... ... ... 23.72 21.53 25 22.58 -1.7FTEgyInco FEN 2.32 10.0 ...q 28.00 21.34 54 23.22 -12.4FTEnInfra FIF 1.32a 8.2 ...q 19.23 14.57 48 16.14 -9.4FtTrEnEq FFA .96 6.2 ...q 16.67 14.00 45 15.44 -4.6FTArcaBio FBT ... ... ...q 147.10 102.93 29 137.85 +10.7FTDJInet FDN ... ... ...q 133.25 92.00 262 131.39 +19.6FtTVixTail VIXH ... ... ... 26.06 FT RNG FCG .22e .9 ...q 24.67 18.65 211 23.55 +3.4FT ConDis FXD .30e .7 ...q 45.57 35.88 145 41.13 -2.3FT ConStap FXG .75e 1.6 ...q 51.57 44.32 29 46.11 -5.3sFT Engy FXN .33e 1.9 ...q 16.91 12.25 517 17.31 +11.8FT Fincl FXO .65e 2.0 ...q 32.92 27.30 304 31.82 +1.6FT HlthCr FXH ... ... ...q 76.92 63.32 52 72.68 +4.1FT IndPrd FXR .16e .4 ...q 42.74 34.52 161 40.00 -1.5FT Matls FXZ .37e .8 ...q 46.43 37.38 83 43.73 -.3FT Tech FXL .13e .2 ...q 59.90 43.15 124 56.75 +10.6FT Utils FXU .67e 2.7 ...q 28.59 23.46 170 25.15 -3.3FTDJGlDiv FGD 1.42e 5.4 ...q 28.07 24.61 37 26.41 +.3FT GlbRE FFR .75e 1.7 ... 47.43 41.42 1 44.00 -3.3FT NAEngy EMLP .93e 4.1 ...q 25.51 21.43 345 22.70 -7.6tFT HiLgSh FSD 1.20 8.0 ...q 18.12 14.91 78 14.94 -9.1FT USIPO FPX .32e .4 ...q 74.54 58.81 49 71.32 +4.5FTChnd FNI .19e .5 ...q 43.90 34.22 72 39.49 -.3FT Dow30 n EDOW ... ... ... 23.50 19.61 2 22.04 -.4FT EngCn FLM .58e 1.0 ...q 63.91 52.97 0 59.02 -.9FT WindEn FAN .46e 3.3 ...q 13.84 12.41 13.81 +4.2FT Wtr FIW .21e .4 ...q 50.09 41.71 25 47.67 -2.1FT RNG rs FCG/WI ... ... ...q tFT IntPfd FPF 1.95 8.9 ...q 25.10 22.03 220 21.94 -10.0FT LCCore FEX .58e 1.0 ...q 62.82 51.81 47 59.99 +2.5FT LCGr FTC .24e .4 ...q 67.59 53.73 33 66.12 +8.1FT LCVal FTA .82e 1.5 ...q 57.69 48.89 140 53.42 -2.2FT MLP&E FEI 1.42 10.7 ...q 16.50 11.68 174 13.22 -14.9FT MCCore FNX .51e .7 ...q 69.65 57.46 27 68.18 +3.7FTMstrDv FDL .79e 2.8 ...q 31.14 27.37 107 28.53 -5.2FTFutStrt FMF ... ... ... 51.53 37.80 1 48.60 +2.1FstTrMtg FMY 1.02 7.6 ...q 14.48 13.34 2 13.36 -6.1FT MultCG FAD .20e .3 ...q 72.43 56.81 2 71.06 +8.2FT MultCV FAB .45e .8 ...q 59.34 50.58 9 56.13 -1.5FT MLPEn FPL 1.26 11.5 ...q 13.58 9.57 93 10.93 -7.9FT REIT FRI .39e 1.8 ...q 24.11 20.20 13 21.53 -7.5sFT SCCore FYX .38e .6 ...q 64.09 52.93 18 64.30 +5.1FTSpecFin FGB .70 11.3 ...q 7.57 5.65 40 6.21 +1.2FTStrHi2 FHY 1.32 11.1 ...q 13.90 11.92 18 11.92 -6.8FTrVL100 FVL .05e .2 ...q 25.04 20.81 0 23.88 +2.1FTrVLDv FVD .57e 1.9 ...q 31.85 28.82 407 29.99 -2.8FT EmOp FEO 1.40 9.4 ...q 17.42 14.50 15 14.92 -8.6FTrSenFlt FCT .72 5.5 ...q 13.70 12.62 73 12.99 +1.2FirstEngy FE 1.44 4.3 7 35.56 28.18 3843 33.25 +8.6Fitbit n FIT ... ... ...dd 7.32 4.51 2248 5.19 -9.1500.com WBAI ... ... 78 23.22 8.51 147 17.83 +76.4FiveOaks OAKS .40m 12.4 10 5.61 2.55 134 3.20 -20.0FiveOk pfA OAKSpA 2.19 8.6 ... 26.20 23.98 2 25.36 +.5FvPntHld n FPH ... ... ... 16.48 12.00 661 12.26 -13.0FlagstarB FBC ... ... 28 40.06 28.43 226 34.18 -8.7tF&C DynPf DFP 1.92 8.2 ...q 28.36 23.50 131 23.31 -12.6FlrtyPfdInc PFD 1.08 8.0 ...q 16.34 13.19 14 13.46 -10.1FlrtyPfdOp PFO .88 8.1 ...q 13.00 10.68 14 10.76 -8.9FlrtyPfdSc FFC 1.63 8.8 ...q 22.44 18.31 77 18.55 -9.3FlrtyTotR FLC 1.63 8.4 ...q 22.51 19.13 31 19.36 -10.4Flanign BDL .25f .9 15 30.95 20.20 1 27.25 +15.5Fleetcor FLT ... ... 26 213.74 135.28 518 205.50 +6.8FlexUSTilt TILT 1.74e 1.5 ...q 118.93 99.75 6 113.75 +1.7FlxEmgTilt TLTE 1.26e 2.2 ...q 65.59 52.45 5 58.55 -2.0FlxUpstNR GUNR .67e 1.9 ...q 35.54 28.03 265 35.36 +6.2Flx3yrTips TDTT .39e 1.6 ...q 24.74 24.06 313 24.11 -1.0tFlx5yrTips TDTF .54e 2.2 ...q 25.46 24.30 187 24.29 -2.6FlxCoreSl n BNDC ... ... ... 28.51 24.03 24.03 -4.1FlexEMTilt TLEH ... ... ...q 33.14 27.67 1 30.90 +.2FlxDMTilt TLDH ... ... ...q 30.34 26.89 1 29.38 +.7FlxGlbQRE GQRE 1.33e 2.2 ...q 64.31 57.24 7 61.46 -2.1FlxGblInfr NFRA .95e 2.1 ...q 49.99 44.91 19 46.17 -5.3FlxDevTilt TLTD 1.88e 2.7 ...q 73.71 62.28 9 69.27 +.1FlxIntDvDf IQDE 1.15e 4.6 ...q 27.04 23.93 9 24.74 -3.0FlxIntDvDy IQDY 1.02e 3.6 ...q 30.65 26.05 1 28.25 -1.2FlxIntlDiv IQDF 1.01e 3.8 ...q 28.63 24.85 82 26.26 -2.0FlxQDvDef QDEF 1.19e 2.7 ...q 46.52 40.00 4 44.38 +.6FlxQDvDyn QDYN 1.22e 2.7 ...q 47.20 39.37 44.38 +.4FlxQualDv QDF 1.22e 2.7 ...q 47.95 40.47 48 45.58 +1.2FlxRdyAcc RAVI 1.23 1.6 ...q 75.97 67.87 103 75.42 -.1FlexSolu FSI ... ... 11 2.58 1.33 17 1.64 -9.9Flor&Dec n FND ... ... 48 58.28 32.72 1234 46.33 -4.8Flotek FTK ... ... ...dd 10.70 3.15 2691 3.59 -23.0FlowrsFds FLO .68 3.5 22 22.82 16.80 5737 19.56 +1.3Flowserve FLS .76 1.7 ...cc 50.43 37.51 1628 44.10 +4.7TigerM wt IDI/WS ... ... ... .07 Fluor FLR .84 1.7 37 62.09 37.04 2505 49.78 -3.6FlyLeasing FLY 1.00 7.0 12 14.75 11.54 96 14.34 +11.1FEMSA FMX .74e .9 ... 103.82 82.97 484 84.57 -9.9FootLockr FL 1.38f 3.1 18 61.00 28.42 1956 43.93 -6.3FordM F .60a 5.2 6 13.48 10.14 20685 11.46 -8.2ForestCA FCE/A .72 3.7 16 26.30 19.24 680 19.57 -18.8Forestar FOR ... ... 14 26.39 14.10 57 22.50 +2.3ForsightEn FELP .13 ... ...dd 5.29 3.28 4 3.82 -12.6Fortis n FTS 1.70 5.3 ... 38.24 31.41 154 32.37 -11.7Fortive n FTV .28 .4 ... 80.31 61.80 1247 77.35 +6.9FortTrInf n FTAI 1.32 8.0 ...dd 20.13 15.45 140 16.52 -17.1FortunaSlv FSM ... ... 23 6.08 4.03 537 5.54 +6.1FBHmSec FBHS .80 1.4 19 73.62 53.56 1962 56.99 -16.7ForumEn FET ... ... ...dd 17.97 10.05 734 15.55 FoundBld n FBM ... ... ... 16.40 11.03 116 14.68 -.7FourCorP s FCPT 1.10 5.0 17 26.96 21.28 148 22.04 -14.2FourSeEd n FEDU 3.32 47.4 17 10.45 5.67 5 7.00 -22.2FrancoN g FNV .96f 1.4 68 86.06 66.19 326 70.85 -11.4FrankCov FC ... ... ...dd 31.20 17.35 13 26.40 +27.2FrankFn n FSB .40p ... 17 42.65 30.30 52 35.15 +3.1FrankLibInt FLQH ... ... ... 28.16 23.58 34 25.30 -.2FrankLibEm FLQE ... ... ... 35.59 29.67 34 31.91 -3.4FrankLibGl FLQD ... ... ... 30.47 27.37 0 28.04 -3.6FrankLbGlE FLQG ... ... ... 32.51 27.68 0 30.24 -1.1FrnL LoV n FLLV ... ... ... 32.50 28.32 30.66 +1.2FrnkLInvGr FLCO ... ... ... 24.89 23.52 0 23.52 -5.1FrnL IntO n FLIO ... ... ... 31.52 26.84 29.30 -.4FrkL US Eq FLQL ... ... ... 30.33 25.55 6 29.05 +.5FrankL Mun FLMB ... ... ... 25.38 24.31 24.31 -3.1FrnkL MunO FLMI ... ... ... 25.04 24.36 24.36 -2.4sFrkL US Sm FLQS ... ... ... 28.02 24.17 0 28.28 +8.0 FrkL USMid FLQM ... ... ... 29.28 24.87 0 28.07 +.3FrankRes BEN .92f 2.7 11 47.65 31.67 2188 34.04 -21.4FrkShDGv FTSD 1.55e ... ...q FrkStPrp FSP .36f 4.8 9 11.93 7.08 611 7.44 -30.7FrkLtdDur FTF .74 6.8 ...q 12.13 10.91 55 10.97 -7.3FrkUnv FT .47 7.1 ...q 7.39 6.65 42 6.66 -7.1FranksIntl FI .30 3.8 ... 9.15 4.93 654 7.84 +17.9FrptMcM FCX .20 1.2 11 20.25 11.05 18219 16.78 -11.5FresenMd FMS .51e 1.0 ... 57.94 44.88 102 51.87 -1.3FDelMnt FDP .60 1.3 20 53.36 43.02 176 47.02 -1.4FriedmInd FRD .08 1.3 ...dd 6.79 5.15 6 6.19 +9.0Frontlne rs FRO .60e ... 36 6.50 3.79 212 4.70 +2.4FullerHB FUL .62f 1.2 26 58.74 46.62 290 52.14 -3.2FutureFuel FF .24a 1.8 16 16.22 11.32 78 13.41 -4.8G -GAMCO s GBL .10f .4 ... 32.60 23.97 11 26.86 -9.4sGATX GATX 1.76f 2.4 14 75.35 56.00 312 73.87 +18.8GATX 66 GMTA ... ... ... 27.00 22.81 11 25.06 -4.6GCP ApT n GCP ... ... 29 34.79 27.25 379 31.35 -1.7GDL Fund GDL .64 6.8 ...q 10.38 9.13 33 9.41 -3.3GDLFd pfB GDLpB 1.50 3.0 ... 50.80 49.99 50.06 -.5GGP Inc GGP .88 4.3 30 24.37 18.83 4787 20.39 -12.8GGP Inc pfA GGPpA 1.59 6.6 ... 25.94 24.07 2 24.13 -4.4GMAC CpT ALLYpA 2.03 7.8 ... 26.90 25.39 163 25.86 -.3GMS Inc n GMS ... ... 15 39.98 27.21 185 29.52 -21.6GNC GNC .80 23.6 3 10.95 3.08 3052 3.39 -8.1GP Strat GPX ... ... 26 31.25 19.00 25 19.95 -14.0GTT Comm GTT ... ... ...dd 62.32 28.30 399 51.00 +8.6GabCvInc GCV .48 8.0 ...q 6.47 4.91 7 6.02 +2.1GabCv pfB GCVpB 1.50 5.8 ... 27.16 25.53 25.75 -2.8GabDvInc GDV 1.32 5.8 ...q 24.97 21.10 140 22.58 -3.5GabDiv pfA GDVpA 1.47 5.7 ... 27.49 25.26 1 25.63 -2.0GabDiv pfD GDVpD 1.50 5.9 ... 27.40 25.36 1 25.50 -3.2GabDiv pfG GDVpG 1.31 5.2 ... 26.17 24.10 4 25.04 -1.2GabelliET GAB .60 9.6 ...q 6.65 5.87 532 6.28 +1.5GabllE pfD GABpD 1.47 5.8 ... 26.78 25.27 1 25.47 -2.4GabllE pfG GABpG 1.25 5.2 ... 25.25 23.45 6 23.98 -2.9Gabeli pfJ GABpJ ... ... ... 26.72 24.42 0 25.08 -1.8GabEq pfH GABpH 1.25 5.2 ... 25.34 22.50 4 24.06 -4.3GabGSmM GGZ ... ... ... 13.61 11.73 7 12.16 -4.6GabGSm pfA GGZpA 1.36 5.3 ... 26.21 24.16 25.49 GabGUtil GLU 1.20 6.5 ...q 21.96 18.00 7 18.44 -13.4GabGUtil pf GLUpA 3.00 5.8 ... 53.64 47.33 0 51.45 +2.4GabGoAn n GGO ... ... ... 24.74 16.18 18.35 +1.7GabGo pfA GGOpA ... ... ... 43.00 42.00 42.00 -2.3GabHlthW GRX .52 5.3 ...q 10.97 9.12 14 9.83 -4.7GabHW rt GRXr ... ... ... .40 GabHlt pfA GRXpA 1.44 5.7 ... 26.91 25.02 3 25.32 -1.9GabHlt pfB GRXpB 1.47 5.7 ... 27.57 25.49 25.76 -2.2GabMultT GGT .88e 9.2 ...q 10.09 8.42 46 9.53 +3.6GabMT pfB GGTpB 1.50 5.8 ... 27.18 25.26 25.81 -1.8GabMul pfE GGTpE ... ... ... 25.30 22.97 1 23.56 -6.1GabUtil GUT .60 10.4 ...q 7.20 5.71 160 5.79 -18.5GabUt pfA GUTpA 1.41 5.5 ... 26.50 24.89 2 25.63 +.1GabUtil pfC GUTpC ... ... ... 26.19 24.54 8 25.12 -1.3Gasa rs GFA ... ... ... 12.99 5.53 14 6.86 -45.6Gain Cap GCAP .24 2.9 13 13.26 5.63 357 8.14 -18.6Gallaghr AJG 1.64 2.4 25 72.77 55.67 999 66.94 +5.8GamGldNR GGN .84 16.7 ...q 5.81 4.80 376 5.04 -3.3GamGld pfB GGNpB 1.25 5.4 ... 25.30 22.50 0 23.05 -7.1GamNRG&I GNT .84 13.2 ...q 7.23 6.00 56 6.34 -5.5GamNR pfA GNTpA 1.30 5.5 ... 26.27 22.77 3 23.52 -6.0GameStop GME 1.52 11.2 ...dd 24.60 12.20 2912 13.62 -24.1Gannett n GCI .64 5.6 ...cc 12.38 7.42 1572 11.52 -.6Gap GPS .97f 3.1 15 35.68 21.02 3351 31.39 -7.2GardDnv n GDI ... ... ... 38.00 19.91 1633 34.30 +1.1Gartner IT ... ... 40 142.16 111.57 1052 133.23 +8.2GasLogPt GLOP 2.09f 8.8 11 25.55 21.80 91 23.85 -3.6GasLPt pfA GLOPpA ... ... ... 27.24 25.06 7 26.31 +.8GasLog GLOG .56 3.0 38 22.55 12.75 365 18.75 -15.7GasLog pfA GLOGpA 2.19 8.3 ... 27.63 25.48 6 26.40 -.8GastarExp GST ... ... ...dd 1.39 .38 1265 .75 -28.3Gastar pfA GSTpA 2.16 13.3 ... 20.42 6.40 11 16.20 -9.6Gastar pfB GSTpB 2.69 14.6 ... 23.47 8.46 12 18.37 -2.7GatesInd n GTES ... ... 28 18.72 14.77 516 15.23 -15.8GazitGlobe GZT .37e 3.9 ... 11.00 9.01 15 9.58 -9.0GeeGroup JOB ... ... ...dd 5.88 2.00 2 2.49 -10.4GencoSh rs GNK ... ... ...dd 18.98 8.47 229 17.73 +33.1Generac GNRC ... ... 18 53.78 33.77 189 49.33 -.4GAInv GAM 1.15e 1.0 ...q 36.59 32.20 27 34.66 +.8GAInv pfB GAMpB 1.49 5.7 ... 27.11 25.65 3 25.92 -2.5GnCable BGC .72 2.4 37 30.18 14.95 1846 29.85 +.8GenDynam GD 3.72f 1.8 21 230.00 191.00 1208 201.76 -.8GenElec GE .48 3.2 ...dd 29.47 12.73 50618 15.03 -14.0GECap5-53 GEK 1.18 4.8 ... 25.74 22.61 24.50 -1.8GECap 1-53 GEH 1.22 4.9 ... 25.81 22.60 25.05 GEC 10-52 GEB 1.22 4.9 ... 25.55 22.48 25.10 +.8GenMills GIS 1.96 4.6 11 60.69 41.01 3687 42.81 -27.8GenMoly GMO ... ... ...dd .53 .28 80 .41 +24.6GenMotors GM 1.52 4.0 ...dd 46.76 31.92 9139 38.30 -6.6GMot wtB GM/WSB ... ... ... 28.76 14.90 25.44 +8.7Gener8M n GNRT ... ... ...dd 6.94 4.17 143 5.89 -11.0Gensco GCO ... ... 13 47.03 20.90 209 45.00 +38.5GenesWyo GWR ... ... 26 84.40 63.70 228 77.49 -1.6GenesisEn GEL 2.88f 13.0 54 32.59 18.42 548 22.21 -.6GenesisHlt GEN .24 13.9 ...dd 2.17 .60 600 1.73 +126.7GenieEn n GNE .30 5.6 ... 8.01 3.82 82 5.33 +22.2GenieE pfA GNEpA .64 8.7 ... 7.94 7.02 0 7.33 -.2Genpact G .30 ... 19 34.79 26.47 979 30.36 -4.3GenuPrt GPC 2.88f 3.1 21 107.75 79.86 528 92.67 -2.5Genworth GNW ... ... 2 4.15 2.66 5332 3.53 +13.5GeoGrp s GEO 1.88 8.0 14 33.40 19.05 768 23.50 -.4sGeoPark GPRK ... ... ... 15.81 6.48 376 16.17 +63.2GaPw 77 n GPJA ... ... ... 26.14 23.01 20 24.42 -4.6Gerdau GGB .02e .4 ... 5.32 2.60 9220 4.81 +29.3GerNew GF 1.23e .4 ...q 21.49 15.85 20 19.79 +1.8GettyRlty GTY 1.28 5.2 13 29.89 22.68 89 24.52 -9.7GigCapit n GIG ... ... ... 10.22 9.60 0 9.79 +1.6GigCapit rt GIGr ... ... ... GigCapit wt GIG/WS ... ... ... Gildan s GIL .45 1.6 17 34.19 27.56 421 28.82 -10.8Glatfelter GLT .52 3.0 13 23.85 15.76 94 17.24 -19.1Glaukos n GKOS ... ... ... 44.76 23.08 349 34.50 +34.5GlaxoSKln GSK 2.89e 7.2 ... 44.54 34.52 1835 40.10 +13.1GblBrCopp BRSS .24 .8 12 36.50 27.50 90 31.20 -5.7GlbMed n GMRE .20p ... ...cc 10.25 6.34 46 8.43 +2.8GlMed pfA GMREpA 1.88 7.6 ... 25.82 23.50 2 24.80 -2.1GlobNetL n GNL .94 5.1 30 22.99 15.55 375 18.53 -10.0GlNetL pfA GNLpA 1.81 7.4 ... 25.97 24.29 3 24.42 -4.9GlobPtrs GLP 1.85 10.8 ...dd 19.80 15.17 55 17.20 +3.0GlobPay s GPN .04 ... 38 118.94 87.30 919 113.84 +13.6GlbShipLs GSL .40 26.8 ...dd 1.94 .97 160 1.49 +28.4GlbShip pfB GSLpB 2.19 9.0 ... 25.36 20.00 1 24.24 +1.3GlbXNordic GXF .83e 3.7 ...q 24.68 21.86 4 22.72 +.1GbXSpDvE SDEM .63e ... ...q 17.90 15.17 7 15.39 -5.5GbXUSRota SCTO .12p ... ...q 28.03 24.51 26.35 +.1GblXEffic EFFE .16p ... ...q 27.69 25.00 18 26.45 -.7GblXPortgl PGAL .36e 2.8 ...q 13.33 11.06 9 13.02 +9.5GblXColum GXG .41e 4.0 ...q 11.51 9.33 97 10.37 +3.5GblXEmFtr EMFM .40e 1.7 ...q 26.16 21.04 2 23.15 -3.5GbXMLP&E MLPX .60 4.6 ...q 14.60 11.36 58 13.05 -4.0GblXChMat CHIM .24e 1.1 ...q 24.12 15.85 0 21.67 +3.9GblXArg ARGT .09e .3 ...q 38.46 27.40 158 31.67 -10.3GblXSDvUS DIV 1.93 7.9 ...q 25.98 23.43 55 24.27 -5.2GXSupInPf SPFF .99 8.4 ...q 12.96 11.65 45 11.76 -3.3GblXGuru GURU .28e .9 ...q 31.88 26.57 7 31.05 +4.5GbXGreece GREK .13e 1.4 ...q 11.56 8.57 426 9.56 -7.0GblXChCon CHIQ .12e .6 ...q 19.96 13.90 27 18.80 +.7GblX MLP MLPA .90e 9.6 ...q 11.36 8.14 729 9.38 -4.9GblXFertil SOIL .25e 2.3 ...q 11.01 9.18 2 10.70 +1.6GblXChiEn CHIE .41e 3.1 ...q 13.77 10.55 5 13.08 +15.2GblXSupDv SDIV 1.42e 6.6 ... 22.60 20.09 160 20.77 -4.6GlbXChiFn CHIX .34e 1.8 ...q 21.04 14.76 84 18.64 +3.6GbXSEAsia ASEA .42e 2.5 ...q 18.44 14.90 1 17.11 +.6tGblXPakist PAK ... ... ...q 19.10 11.80 43 11.65 -5.9GblXChiInd CHII .35e 2.3 ...q 16.58 13.44 1 15.07 -1.3GblXNorway NORW .83e 5.7 ...q 14.71 11.19 38 14.62 +11.3GblXScUS n SCIU ... ... ...q 32.53 27.96 1 31.46 +1.7GblXScEu n SCID ... ... ...q 29.75 26.22 2 28.40 +2.5GblXScAs n SCIX ... ... ...q 27.08 24.01 1 26.07 +.7GblXScJp n SCIJ ... ... ... 33.72 28.63 31.60 -.3GblX Icon ef LOGO ... ... ... 16.00 GbX US pf n PFFD ... ... ... 26.22 23.70 12 24.02 -3.5GbXNigeria NGE .31e 1.4 ...q 27.10 15.42 39 22.63 +4.2GbX US Inf PAVE ... ... ... 17.80 13.80 30 16.71 -.4GblFound n BOSS ... ... ... 20.72 15.50 1 18.90 +9.1GlbXCop rs COPX .43e 1.6 ...q 29.34 19.28 31 27.37 +.1GlbXSilv rs SIL ... ... ...q 36.92 28.21 55 30.75 -5.8GlbXLith rs LIT ... ... ...q 41.21 28.71 445 34.80 -10.2GbX Gold rs GOEX ... ... ...q 25.21 20.08 2 22.78 -2.3GbXUran rs URA ... ... ...q 16.36 11.81 62 13.82 -8.2GlblScape GSB .06 1.6 20 5.51 3.27 5 3.66 +3.1Globalstar GSAT ... ... ...dd 2.37 .53 2127 .69 -47.3GlobantSA GLOB ... ... 59 55.74 34.82 343 50.81 +9.4GlobusMed GMED ... ... 43 52.56 27.79 797 51.07 +24.3Glowpoint GLOW ... ... ...dd .65 .15 66 .21 -40.8sGoDaddy n GDDY ... ... 100 69.83 40.22 1314 70.65 +40.5GolLinhs s GOL ... ... ... 14.48 4.33 553 7.72 -11.9GoldFLtd GFI .02e .6 ... 4.70 3.33 1763 3.62 -15.8sGoldResrc GORO .02 .3 73 5.69 3.37 509 5.85 +33.0GoldStdV g GSV ... ... ... 2.07 1.25 346 1.51 -13.7Goldcrp g GG .24 1.8 19 15.55 11.64 3339 13.51 +5.8GoldenMin AUMN ... ... ... .68 .36 111 .42 -3.9GoldStr g GSS ... ... 6 .92 .56 609 .69 -22.2GldFld GV ... ... 11 6.38 3.60 42 4.40 -10.2GoldS pfJ GSpJ 1.38 5.4 ... 28.35 25.43 44 25.70 -3.1GS BDC n GSBD 1.80 8.6 11 23.25 18.78 84 20.88 -5.9GS ActbtInt GSIE ... ... ...q 32.48 27.37 81 30.61 +2.0GS ActEM GEM ... ... ...q 39.44 30.92 212 35.47 -.9GS ActEur GSEU .60e ... ... 33.94 29.45 6 32.29 +1.9GS ActJpn GSIY ... ... ... 36.02 29.67 3 34.57 +2.8GS US LgC GSEW ... ... ... 46.27 40.58 5 43.90 +1.0GS HYBd n GHYB ... ... ... 50.32 48.05 1 48.39 -2.3GS CpBd n GIGB ... ... ... 50.44 47.73 3 47.75 -4.9GS ActLgC GSLC ... ... ...q 57.42 47.45 162 54.77 +2.6GS 0-1Yr n GBIL ... ... ... 105.09 99.91 30 100.06 +.1GS Indus n GVIP ... ... ... 57.97 45.03 12 54.67 +3.2sGS SCap n GSSC ... ... ... 45.78 39.39 5 45.95 +6.1GSCI37 GSC ... ... ...q 27.91 17.55 1 27.36 +14.1GoldmanS GS 3.20f 1.3 23 275.31 209.62 2426 239.10 -6.1GoldS pfK GSpK 1.59 5.9 ... 30.09 26.86 24 27.11 -5.1GoldS pfN GSpN ... ... ... 28.34 25.95 76 26.01 -6.6GoldS pfB GSpB 1.55 6.0 ... 27.10 25.20 19 25.82 -.2GoldS pfC GSpC 1.02 4.5 ... 24.21 21.52 20 22.90 +.7GoldS pfA GSpA .96 4.3 ... 24.46 21.25 21 22.31 -1.1GoldS pfD GSpD 1.02 4.5 ... 24.16 21.46 56 22.49 -.4GS MLPEn GER .64 9.2 ...q 8.04 5.25 521 6.98 +13.5GS MLPInc GMZ 1.38 14.5 ... 10.50 7.55 167 9.54 +6.7GoodrPet n GDP ... ... ... 15.75 8.20 37 14.36 +31.6sGormanR GRC .50 1.5 29 33.76 23.55 60 33.37 +6.9vjGrace GRA .96 1.3 21 77.37 58.48 530 72.66 +3.6Graco s GGG .53 1.1 15 49.69 34.89 296 46.09 +1.9sGrahamCp GHM .36 1.5 17 24.66 17.97 26 24.67 +17.9GrahamH s GHC 5.32f .9 23 625.45 536.90 13 605.70 +8.5Graingr GWW 5.44f 1.8 27 309.80 155.00 462 306.80 +29.9Grmrcy pfA GPTpA 1.78 7.0 ... 27.76 24.41 2 25.59 -5.0GrmPrTr rs GPT 1.50 5.4 ... 31.26 21.12 2120 27.53 +3.3sGranTrra g GTE ... ... ...dd 3.43 1.93 1725 3.41 +26.3GranaMon GRAM .25e 7.3 ... 5.15 2.25 30 3.43 +20.4GraniteC GVA .52 .9 29 68.58 45.78 300 59.26 -6.6 GranitPnt n GPMT 1.52f 8.5 54 19.30 16.15 124 17.88 +.8GraniteRE GRP/U 2.30 ... ... 42.49 36.24 1 40.70 +4.1Gran Gld n BAR ... ... ... 142.87 123.68 2 128.74 -1.2GranCom n COMB ... ... ... 27.07 24.80 70 26.82 +2.5GranSP n COMG ... ... ... 32.29 24.96 0 30.74 +11.0GrphTInt n EAF ... ... ... 20.01 14.44 809 19.06 +23.0GraphPkg GPK .30 2.0 16 16.74 12.65 6636 14.77 -4.4GrayTelev GTN ... ... 6 17.80 10.70 767 11.60 -30.7GrayTvA GTN/A ... ... 16 15.30 9.60 0 10.35 -27.9GrtAjax n AJX 1.20 9.0 9 15.40 12.27 23 13.26 -4.1GrtAjx24 n AJXA ... ... ... 26.80 24.54 4 25.10 -1.1GrtBasG g GBG ... ... ... .09 GtPanSilv g GPL ... ... ... 1.46 1.06 178 1.22 -5.4GtPlainEn GXP 1.10 3.5 15 34.72 28.38 996 31.80 -1.4GrtWstBcp GWB 1.00f 2.3 17 45.00 33.27 231 43.26 +8.7GreenDot GDOT ... ... 37 74.23 35.67 396 72.25 +19.9sGreenTrH n GHG ... ... ... 14.69 10.75 1035 15.48 +19.5GreenbCos GBX .92f 1.8 11 54.45 41.45 1001 50.25 -5.7sGreenhill GHL .20 .7 ...dd 27.15 13.80 291 27.05 +38.7Greif A GEF 1.68 2.8 20 65.60 47.97 205 59.54 -1.7Greif B GEF/B 2.51e 3.9 20 71.95 52.50 3 63.90 -7.9Griffon GFF .28f 1.2 24 24.50 17.45 168 22.65 +11.3Group1 GPI 1.00 1.4 10 84.47 51.62 155 72.63 +2.3GrubHub GRUB ... ... ...cc 112.41 41.35 956 103.38 +44.0GAeroPac PAC 2.78e 3.1 ... 119.87 87.66 159 88.52 -13.9GpoASur ASR 3.31e ... ... 229.45 164.65 51 168.31 -7.8GpoAvalAc AVAL .40 4.8 ... 9.51 7.86 131 8.37 -1.5GpFnSnMx BSMX .30e 4.1 ... 10.82 6.99 7.35 +.5GpoRadio RC ... ... ... 11.53 GpoSimec SIM ... ... ... 11.74 8.97 1 9.85 +5.3GpSuprvi n SUPV ... ... ... 33.85 16.11 939 20.84 -28.9GpTelevisa TV ... ... ... 27.37 14.20 2495 17.80 -4.7GuangRy GSH .63e 2.2 ... 37.43 24.43 2 28.74 -14.0Guess GES .90 3.5 ...cc 25.86 9.76 1236 25.64 +51.9GuggBAB GBAB 1.66 7.8 ...q 23.32 20.97 13 21.39 -5.9Gug 27Cp n BSCR ... ... ... 20.12 19.11 19.23 -3.8Gug 25Cp n BSJP ... ... ... 25.23 23.92 6 24.10 -3.1GugCrdAllo GGM 2.18 10.0 ...q 23.93 21.08 28 21.65 -1.3GuggChina YAO .54e 1.5 ...q 39.91 28.72 35.63 +2.0GugSPEW RSP 1.31e 1.3 ...q 107.44 91.01 98.14 -2.9GugRus50 XLG 3.03e 1.6 ...q 204.48 169.29 184.20 -3.1GugSPVal RPV 1.18e 1.8 ...q 71.34 57.86 64.18 -3.2GugSPGth RPG .59e .5 ...q 117.34 92.75 109.46 +4.4Gug LCap n GMFL ... ... ... 28.81 24.75 27.33 +.6GugS&P100 OEW ... ... ... 35.08 27.88 31.88 -2.9GuEqWREst EWRE .27e ... ...q 28.67 23.75 26.03 -6.2GugMCVal RFV .86e 1.3 ...q 73.80 59.99 65.19 -6.6GugEMk EW EWEM .56e 1.6 ...q 37.81 31.42 35.51 +2.2GugMC400E EWMC ... ... ... 67.95 56.98 62.70 -2.5GugSC600E EWSC ... ... ... 58.12 47.01 53.61 -1.5GugMCGth RFG .75e .5 ...q 167.46 136.99 155.08 +.6GugSCVal RZV .67e .9 ...q 76.68 60.09 70.78 -3.2GugTotRet GTO ... ... ... 53.54 50.85 52.26 -1.0GugUtil RYU 2.62e 3.2 ...q 91.25 77.44 82.64 -3.6Gug US Lg OVLC ... ... ... 31.49 27.80 29.51 -4.0GugSCGth RZG .56e .5 ...q 122.75 98.02 114.05 -.4GugTech RYT 1.09e .7 ...q 163.73 123.77 147.21 +3.0RydxMatls RTM 1.19e 1.1 ...q 118.47 95.55 105.06 -6.8GugIndls RGI .84e .7 ...q 127.94 104.86 118.81 -1.5GugHlthC RYH .75e .4 ...q 199.28 163.98 179.20 -.2GugFncl RYF .93e 2.1 ...q 47.40 37.09 43.81 -.7GugEngy RYE .79e 1.5 ...q 63.47 48.58 53.97 -7.4GugConStp RHS 2.05e 1.6 ...q 138.61 119.71 126.70 -5.2GugCnsDis RCD 1.12e 1.1 ...q 108.68 89.16 97.66 -2.4GugEnhEq GPM .96 11.1 ...q 9.42 7.72 138 8.62 -3.1GugChinTc CQQQ .60e 1.0 ...q 67.24 44.75 59 59.64 -1.6GugWater CGW .48e 1.4 ...q 36.40 32.11 33.82 -4.8GugCdnEn ENY .49e 5.8 ...q 8.98 7.25 61 8.38 -.1GugSPHiInf GHII 1.03e 3.9 ...q 29.49 24.90 4 26.60 -3.6sGugSolar TAN .83e 3.1 ...q 26.92 18.03 288 26.73 +6.4GugShippg SEA 1.48e 14.2 ...q 12.60 10.31 10.45 -10.0GugIntMult HGI .59e 3.5 ...q 18.58 16.40 16.88 -3.2GugFront FRN .47e 2.9 ...q 16.28 13.53 16.15 +8.8GugChinSC HAO .76e 2.4 ...q 33.23 24.68 23 32.12 +8.6GugChRe TAO .40e 1.3 ...q 33.38 23.83 30.32 +5.7GugGTimb CUT .52e 1.6 ...q 33.90 27.13 32.72 +2.9Gug BRIC EEB .41e 1.1 ...q 42.00 31.28 7 38.19 +2.3Gug 26CpBd BSCQ ... ... ... 19.98 18.75 18.95 -3.8Gug 24HYBd BSJO ... ... ... 26.07 24.64 24.81 -3.2GugDJIADv DJD .02p ... ...q 36.38 29.78 32.96 -3.5GugHYBd23 BSJN .15e ... ...q 27.06 25.48 25.87 -1.9GugCpBd25 BSCP ... ... ...q 20.95 19.83 19.96 -3.6GugInsidr NFO .90e 1.4 ...q 65.75 54.72 63.14 +1.9GugBlt22HY BSJM 1.27 5.2 ...q 25.59 24.17 24.49 -1.7GugB21HY BSJL 1.27 5.2 ...q 25.32 24.12 24.58 -1.4GugBlt24CB BSCO .58 2.9 ...q 21.17 20.09 20.19 -3.3GugBlt23CB BSCN .65 3.2 ...q 21.34 20.20 20.32 -2.4GugBlt22CB BSCM .58e 2.8 ...q 21.72 20.62 20.69 -2.3GugBlt21CB BSCL .56 2.7 ...q 21.80 20.70 20.78 -1.7ClayWilMic WMCR .68e 2.0 ...q 37.04 29.79 33.98 -8.0GugB20HY BSJK 1.30e 5.3 ...q 24.99 23.91 24.21 -1.3GugB19HY BSJJ 1.22e 5.0 ...q 24.79 23.84 24.19 -.8GugB18HY BSJI 1.28e 4.6 ...q 25.45 24.73 25.11 ClyWUSRE WREI 1.53e 3.2 ...q 48.78 40.99 0 43.12 -8.9GugMultAs CVY 1.07e 5.0 ...q 23.50 20.59 21.47 -4.2GugCpBd20 BSCK .61e 2.9 ...q 21.60 20.98 21.04 -1.2GugBlt19CB BSCJ .47e 2.2 ...q 21.30 20.92 20.97 -.6GugBlt18CB BSCI .40e 1.8 ...q 21.37 21.08 21.11 +.1GugSpinOff CSD .70e 1.3 ...q 56.40 46.20 53.08 +1.9sGugRJ SB1 RYJ .59e 1.3 ...q 46.73 38.09 10 46.95 +7.9GugEShDur GSY .65e 1.3 ...q 50.41 50.11 50.16 GugMCCre CZA 1.02e 1.6 ...q 68.99 58.56 64.81 -1.2GugGlDiv LVL .52e 4.8 ...q 11.80 10.69 10.89 -3.9GugDefEq DEF .85e 1.8 ...q 49.26 41.97 46.41 -.2GugStrOp GOF 2.19 10.4 ...q 21.85 18.80 85 21.08 -2.3Guidewire GWRE ... ... ...dd 92.95 62.20 553 92.81 +25.0GlfmOff wt GLF/WS ... ... ... 3.50 .72 .79 +9.7GlfmrkOf n GLF ... ... ... 36.28 17.80 45 34.02 +19.4H -HCA Hldg HCA .35p ... 16 106.84 71.18 1863 103.10 +17.4HCI Grp HCI 1.50f 3.5 ...dd 49.25 27.11 57 42.42 +41.9HCP Inc HCP 1.48 6.4 13 33.67 21.48 2663 23.14 -11.3HDFC Bk HDB .37e .4 ... 110.77 83.50 548 97.92 -3.7HECO pfU HEpU 1.62 6.2 ... 28.45 25.05 26.12 -1.3HFF Inc HF 1.80e ... 15 51.74 30.28 226 34.00 -30.1HMG HMG ... ... ...dd 16.33 8.94 1 14.00 +12.1HNI Corp HNI 1.18f 3.2 18 46.53 31.16 125 37.04 -4.0HP Inc HPQ .56f 2.5 14 24.75 17.10 7262 22.30 +6.1HRG Grp HRG ... ... ...dd 19.77 9.42 2184 12.45 -26.5HSBC HSBC 1.50e 3.0 ... 55.89 43.12 1203 49.64 -3.9HSBC prA HSBCpA 1.55 6.0 ... 26.74 25.52 30 25.84 +.1HSBC Cap HSEA 2.03 7.7 ... 27.99 26.16 26.36 -3.6HSBC Cap2 HSEB 2.00 7.6 ... 27.59 26.05 26.18 -2.5sHaemonet HAE ... ... 83 89.39 38.47 373 89.57 +54.2HalconRes wt HK/WS ... ... ... 1.30 .30 .80 +21.2HalconRs n HK ... ... ... 9.07 3.69 5284 5.58 -26.3Hallibrtn HAL .72 1.3 ...dd 57.86 38.18 10189 54.37 +11.3HalyrdHlt HYH ... ... 26 54.46 35.79 230 52.96 +14.7HamBchBr HBB .34 1.2 ... 41.00 20.97 20 27.45 +6.9HancFinOp BTO 1.48 3.8 ...q 41.00 31.24 32 39.42 +.2tHanJS JHS .87e 6.5 ...q 15.12 13.40 25 13.36 -10.0tHanJI JHI 1.45e 9.0 ...q 18.85 16.20 14 16.17 -7.6HanPrmDv PDT 1.08a 7.1 ...q 17.33 14.50 53 15.30 -10.7HanPfEq HPI 1.68 8.1 ...q 22.58 19.73 26 20.66 -3.6HanPfd2 HPF 1.68 8.4 ...q 22.71 19.39 34 20.11 -6.4HanPfd3 HPS 1.47 8.2 ...q 19.48 16.80 53 17.82 -5.0HanTxAdv HTD 1.45 6.5 ...q 26.79 21.00 88 22.27 -9.7Hanesbds s HBI .60 3.3 9 25.73 16.38 11857 18.14 -13.2HannArms HASI 1.32 7.0 34 25.28 17.33 243 18.88 -21.5HanoverIns THG 2.16 1.8 65 121.39 81.73 225 119.04 +10.1HanovIns53 THGA 1.59 6.3 ... 26.00 25.02 10 25.27 -.2HarleyD HOG 1.48 3.5 13 56.95 39.34 1742 42.57 -16.3HarmonyG HMY .05 ... ... 2.53 1.56 1753 1.80 -3.7HarrisCorp HRS 2.28 1.5 27 170.54 107.78 939 152.84 +7.9sHarsco HSC .20m .9 61 23.60 13.75 439 23.65 +26.8HarteHk rs HHS ... ... ... 14.40 7.27 5 10.31 Hrt TotR n HTRB ... ... ... 40.25 38.76 38.99 -2.7HrtMuOp n HMOP ... ... ... 42.46 39.53 39.73 -1.1HartfFn42 HGH 1.97 6.8 ... 32.00 28.57 28 28.95 -1.1HartfdFn HIG 1.00 1.9 18 59.20 48.53 1850 53.27 -5.3HartfFn wt HIG/WS ... ... ... 53.33 42.66 51.29 -.5Haverty HVT .72 3.6 21 27.23 17.70 119 20.15 -11.0HavertyA HVT/A .38a 2.0 15 27.10 18.00 19.35 -17.1HawaiiEl HE 1.24 3.7 23 38.72 31.71 445 33.14 -8.3Hc2 Hldgs HCHC 1.29 ... ...dd 7.79 4.30 275 6.08 +2.2HlthcrRlty HR 1.20 4.6 42 36.25 26.27 980 26.31 -18.1HlthcreTr HTA 1.22 5.0 47 32.84 24.19 1374 24.46 -18.6HeclaM HL .01e .3 ...dd 6.13 3.25 3379 3.95 -.5HeclaM pfB HLpB 3.50 6.5 ... 61.99 51.27 53.75 +1.4Heico s HEI ... ... ... 93.55 56.47 229 90.18 Heico A s HEI/A ... ... 57 78.65 47.00 139 73.45 HelixEn HLX ... ... 3 8.70 4.82 1019 8.30 +10.1HelmPayne HP 2.80f 3.8 ...dd 75.02 42.16 1060 73.31 +13.4Hemisphrx rs HEB ... ... ... .74 .28 708 .30 -12.1HennCap n HCAC ... ... ... 10.49 8.97 9.97 +1.7HennCap wt HCAC/WS ... ... ... HennCap un HCAC/U ... ... ... 11.53 10.04 10.70 +3.2Herbalif s HLF ... ... 23 56.75 30.36 2917 53.22 Herbalife HLF/O ... ... 24 113.49 60.71 111.17 +64.2HercHld n HRI ... ... ... 72.99 35.10 168 58.71 -6.2HercTGC HTGC 1.24 9.9 12q 13.97 11.55 313 12.47 -5.0HercTG 24 HTGX 1.56 6.2 ... 25.82 25.01 4 25.10 -2.0HeritageIns HRTG .24 1.4 60 19.15 8.85 154 17.52 -2.8Hersha pfC HTpC 1.72 7.1 ... 26.28 23.82 4 24.09 -4.2Hersha rs HT 1.12 5.7 14 19.87 16.60 288 19.56 +12.4Hersha pfD HTpD 1.63 7.0 ... 26.49 22.61 25 23.16 -6.1Hersha pfE HTpE ... ... ... 26.40 22.66 4 23.23 -6.1Hershey HSY 2.62 2.8 20 116.49 89.10 1088 92.60 -18.4HertzGl HTZ ... ... ... 27.27 8.52 3316 18.04 -18.4sHess HES 1.33f 2.0 ...dd 63.84 37.25 4110 65.17 +37.3sHess pfA HESpA ... ... ... 71.68 48.24 129 72.93 +26.0HessMidP n HESM 1.33f 6.5 20 25.23 18.32 108 20.53 +3.6HP Ent n HPE .56f 3.2 44 19.48 12.70 10600 17.67 +23.1sHexcel HXL .50 .7 26 70.44 49.95 355 70.43 +13.9Hi-Crush HCLP 1.05e 7.2 16 15.35 7.25 1603 14.60 +36.4HighPtRs HPR ... ... ...dd 7.38 2.66 2390 6.85 +33.5HighlFlR n HFRO ... ... ... 16.60 15.00 82 15.99 +3.2HighwdPrp HIW 1.85 4.2 19 53.34 41.34 608 44.20 -13.2Hill Intl HIL ... ... ...dd 6.00 4.25 108 5.60 +2.8Hill-Rom HRC .80 .9 23 91.11 71.91 398 89.78 +6.5HillenInc HI .83 1.7 23 49.35 34.65 280 47.80 +6.9HillmCT pf HLMp 2.90 8.8 ... 36.95 29.63 1 32.96 -4.0HilltopH HTH .28 1.2 12 28.32 21.47 865 22.98 -9.3HilGrVa n HGV ... ... ... 47.75 32.20 1882 39.05 -6.9Hilton HLT .60 .7 42 88.11 60.54 1309 83.30 +4.3HoeghLP HMLP 1.72 9.7 11 20.00 15.33 85 17.75 -4.8Hoegh pfA HMLPpA 2.19 8.6 ... 27.42 25.02 16 25.45 -5.4HollyEngy HEP 2.62f 8.8 14 36.05 26.09 180 29.86 -8.1sHollyFront HFC 1.32 1.8 18 69.49 23.46 2963 72.43 +41.4HomeDp HD 4.12 2.2 25 207.61 144.25 4226 185.33 -2.2Honda HMC .84e 2.5 ... 37.29 27.05 266 33.10 -2.9HonwllIntl HON 2.98 2.0 65 165.13 131.35 1968 147.12 -4.1Honwll wi HON/WI ... ... ... HorMan HMN 1.14f 2.6 26 47.65 33.85 136 44.35 +.6HorizGbl n HZN ... ... 28 19.26 5.13 519 5.95 -57.6HorizFn22 n HTFA ... ... ... 26.00 25.26 1 25.80 +1.6HrzMngR n USMR ... ... ... HorzSPCvC HSPX 2.52e 3.8 ... 52.96 46.37 4 50.03 -.6 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 4 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Friday, May 18, 2018

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HorGKWld KLDW ... ... ...q 35.73 30.14 6 34.69 +3.6HoizWear n WEAR ... ... ... 17.90 Horz Saba n CEFS ... ... ... 23.00 20.35 3 20.52 -4.1JamesBibl ef JBRI ... ... ... 26.01 HrzProSp n FANZ ... ... ... 23.37 19.92 1 22.52 +1.1Hormel s HRL .75 2.1 22 38.00 29.75 1618 36.38 Hornbeck HOS ... ... ...dd 4.87 1.51 434 3.40 +9.3HostHotls HST 1.00a 4.9 17 21.53 17.26 5414 20.31 +2.3HoulihnL n HLI 1.08 2.2 19 52.81 32.72 271 48.86 +7.6HstnAEn HUSA ... ... ... 1.05 .22 517 .26 -21.2HovnanE HOV ... ... ...dd 3.41 1.65 1812 1.86 -44.5HHughes HHC ... ... 27 140.38 114.28 151 129.58 -1.3HuanPwr HNP 2.45e 8.8 ... 31.85 23.64 71 27.85 +11.4Hubbell HUBB 3.08 2.9 20 149.03 100.55 460 106.03 -21.7HubSpot HUBS ... ... ...dd 124.45 63.00 289 110.35 +24.8HudBayM g HBM .02 ... 11 10.25 4.60 463 7.35 -16.5HudBay wt HBM/WS ... ... ... .70 .07 .31 HudsPacP HPP 1.00 3.0 27 36.14 28.25 692 33.09 -3.4HugotnR HGT .09e 12.4 2 2.05 .55 108 .73 -48.1Humana HUM 2.00f .7 24 299.85 223.40 402 290.92 +17.3HuntgUSEq HUSE 1.86e .6 ...q 41.03 37.35 13 39.89 +4.0HuntgtnEco HECO .47e .2 ...q 44.87 38.84 41.94 +.6HuntgtnIng HII 2.88 1.3 21 276.69 183.42 432 220.88 -6.3Huntsmn HUN .65 2.0 11 36.09 23.12 2792 32.32 -2.9sHuya n HUYA ... ... ... 22.75 15.25 8329 20.00 +24.5Hyatt H ... ... 38 83.02 54.38 1106 81.07 +10.2HysterYale HY 1.21 1.8 18 93.90 62.62 46 68.46 -19.6I -IAMGld g IAG 1.52f 25.7 99 7.25 4.19 2031 5.92 +1.5ICICI Bk IBN .16e 1.8 ... 11.26 7.89 3649 8.67 -10.9IDT Cp IDT 1.00f 18.3 ... 17.71 5.08 199 5.45 -48.6IEC Elec IEC ... ... ...cc 5.49 3.35 36 5.25 +27.4tING ING .14e .9 ... 20.58 15.69 3424 15.58 -15.6ING 6.125 ISG 1.53 6.0 ... 26.37 25.20 14 25.57 +.1ING 6.375 ISF 1.59 6.2 ... 26.24 25.40 62 25.76 +.2ION Geo rs IO ... ... ...dd 32.45 3.20 168 28.35 +43.5iPInvVix IVOP ... ... ...q 39.03 36.70 38.00 -.9IQ M Intr n MMIT ... ... ... 25.10 24.63 24.63 -1.8IQ M Ins n MMIN ... ... ... 29.89 24.66 1 24.90 -1.3IQ HdgMult QAI ... ... ...q 33.13 29.17 58 30.59 +.5IQ Hedge MCRO ... ... ...q 27.20 25.57 26.48 -.3IQ HdgLgS QLS ... ... ...q 24.53 20.55 0 22.09 +.9IQ Ch SC n CSML ... ... ... 29.58 23.89 86 28.29 +.9IQ HdgEv QED ... ... ...q 22.00 20.65 21.13 +1.1IQ HiYlVl n HYLV ... ... ... 25.58 22.89 4 24.14 -4.0tIQ CorePl n AGGP ... ... ... 21.05 18.82 60 18.82 -5.7tIQ CoreBd n AGGE ... ... ... 19.86 18.36 4 18.35 -6.2IQHdgMNt QMN .34e 1.3 ...q 26.08 24.19 25.88 +.5IQ GTAA QGTA ... ... ...q 25.44 22.97 15 24.27 -.6IQ 50HJpn HFXJ ... ... ...q 23.96 19.58 22.56 IQ 50HgEur HFXE ... ... ...q 21.45 19.05 370 20.57 +1.1IQ 50HIntl HFXI ... ... ...q 22.80 20.00 2 21.95 +1.4IQ RealRtn CPI ... ... ...q 27.85 27.17 27.63 +.8IQUSReSC ROOF 1.43e 5.8 ...q 27.88 22.60 9 24.52 -6.8IQMrgArb MNA ... ... ...q 31.92 30.18 62 30.70 -1.1IQ AustSC KROO .88e 4.4 ...q 20.49 15.89 19.82 +1.4IQ AgriSC CROP .41e 1.2 ...q 35.99 31.64 1 33.70 -3.5IQGblOilSC IOIL .29e 2.8 ...q 12.25 9.01 10.40 -7.6IQ CdaSC CNDA .18e 1.0 ...q 20.13 16.16 17.22 -9.3IQ GlbRes GRES .10e .4 ...q 29.30 24.87 34 28.35 -.8IQVIA Hldg IQV ... ... 12 110.67 82.83 1891 97.83 -.1IRSA IRS ... ... ... 32.97 18.04 66 20.91 -29.4iShGold IAU ... ... ...q 13.11 11.61 10461 12.38 -1.0siShGSCI GSG ... ... ...q 18.00 13.16 242 18.03 +10.7iSAstla EWA 1.01e 4.4 ...q 24.19 21.07 1090 22.86 -1.3iSAstria EWO .37e 1.5 ...q 27.41 20.43 23 24.79 +.6iShBelg EWK .51e 2.5 ...q 23.00 19.33 12 20.49 -2.5iShBrazil EWZ .67e 1.7 ...q 47.85 32.70 33273 39.08 -3.4iShCanada EWC .48e 1.6 ...q 30.60 25.92 2998 29.32 -1.1iShEMU EZU .86e 1.9 ...q 47.13 40.03 4544 44.50 +2.6iSFrance EWQ .58e 1.8 ...q 33.73 28.51 1221 32.76 +4.9iShGerm EWG .60e 1.8 ...q 35.87 30.08 2859 33.01 iSh HK EWH .61e 2.4 ...q 26.93 23.03 2683 25.89 +1.8iSh SKor EWY .65e .9 ...q 79.07 65.76 2605 73.11 -2.4iShMexico EWW .78e 1.7 ...q 57.82 46.25 5934 46.31 -6.0iShNeth EWN .66e 2.1 ...q 34.09 28.69 243 32.00 +.9iSPacxJpn EPP 1.66e 3.5 ...q 50.34 43.68 311 47.95 +.3iShSoAfr EZA 1.02e 1.6 ...q 76.53 54.81 1167 64.87 -7.3iShSpain EWP .99e 3.0 ...q 36.38 31.52 1074 33.20 +1.3iSSwedn EWD .76e 2.2 ...q 36.71 32.02 185 33.98 +.2iShSwitz EWL .75e 2.2 ...q 37.84 33.43 357 34.44 -3.2iShFrntr100 FM .30e 1.0 ...q 36.19 28.36 395 31.49 -4.9tiShGlHiY bt GHYG 2.09e 4.2 ... 51.63 49.30 22 49.28 -2.3iShxUSH bt HYXU .92e 1.7 ...q 57.19 49.67 3 53.47 -1.8iShEMCBd bt CEMB 2.28 4.7 ...q 51.78 48.49 2 48.62 -5.0iShEMkHY EMHY 3.98 8.5 ...q 51.12 46.57 82 46.89 -6.2iShAsiaPDv DVYA 2.29e 4.9 ...q 51.42 45.60 2 46.64 -6.9iShEmMDv DVYE 1.83e 4.4 ...q 46.11 39.59 28 41.30 -1.3iShGblSilv SLVP .29e 2.8 ...q 12.00 9.34 13 10.54 -2.7siShGblEnP FILL .59e 2.4 ...q 24.20 17.81 24 24.26 +12.6iShGblAgri VEGI .55e 1.9 ...q 31.00 26.36 46 29.66 +1.0iShMsciWld URTH 1.57e 1.7 ...q 94.23 79.81 189 89.76 +1.9iShEMktSC EEMS .89e 1.7 ...q 57.36 46.02 15 51.73 -2.6iShEMkBd LEMB .42e .9 ...q 50.78 45.96 135 46.20 -4.1iShWldMnV ACWV 1.93e 2.3 ...q 88.22 78.14 36 83.53 -.9iSEMMnVol EEMV 1.15e 1.9 ...q 65.55 54.85 544 60.64 -.2iShJpnSC SCJ 1.81e 2.2 ...q 85.34 68.50 33 82.36 +3.2iShThai THD 1.88e 2.0 ...q 103.71 76.79 180 94.89 +2.6iShIsrael EIS .81e 1.6 ...q 55.29 46.67 5 51.28 iShChile ECH .71e 1.4 ...q 56.53 41.34 317 51.94 -.4iShBRIC BKF .54e 1.2 ...q 50.94 36.83 23 45.30 +1.8iShsUSA EUSA .67e 1.2 ...q 59.06 49.97 7 56.31 +1.6iShSilver SLV ... ... ...q 17.14 14.44 4987 15.47 -3.3iShS&P100 OEF 1.92e 1.6 ...q 127.67 105.73 362 119.98 +1.1iShMrnLV JKF 2.46e 2.4 ...q 112.57 94.16 3 103.12 -2.3iShAcwiMV HACV ... ... ...q 29.95 27.42 29.10 -2.3iShMrnLG JKE 1.20e .7 ...q 173.88 137.79 15 170.18 +8.7iShMrnLC JKD 2.24e 1.4 ...q 167.90 144.00 15 157.24 -1.0iShBrazSC EWZS .40e 2.8 ...q 18.14 12.25 8 14.54 -10.7iShIntlPfd IPFF .96e 5.3 ...q 19.76 16.68 68 18.18 -2.5iShSPTUS s ITOT ... ... ...q 65.40 54.59 725 62.58 +2.4iShSTNtMu SUB .86 .8 ...q 106.40 104.31 115 104.56 -.3tiShAgcyBd AGZ 1.81 1.6 ...q 114.58 110.51 8 110.51 -2.3tiShTIPS TIP 1.69e 1.5 ...q 115.26 111.27 719 111.06 -2.6iShChinaLC FXI .87e 1.8 ...q 54.00 39.32 17962 47.79 +3.5iShTransp IYT 1.70e .9 ...q 206.73 160.64 187 193.73 +1.1siShChinaSC ECNS 1.73e 3.1 ...q 55.78 44.65 25 55.47 +9.7iSCorSP500 IVV 4.38e 1.6 ...q 288.69 240.33 2290 273.88 +1.9iSMornMC JKG 2.32e 1.3 ...q 194.94 166.17 8 183.56 -1.1tiShUSAgBd AGG 2.65e 2.4 ...q 110.66 105.15 2789 105.03 -3.9iShEMkts EEM .59e 1.3 ...q 52.08 40.90 73012 46.46 -1.4tiShiBoxIG LQD 3.87 3.4 ...q 121.85 113.99 3272 113.81 -6.4iSKokusai TOK 1.60e 2.4 ...q 69.65 59.34 2 65.97 +2.1tiShCorUSTr GOVT .33 1.4 ...q 25.60 24.27 728 24.27 -3.2iSh2017Mu s IBMF .23 .8 ...q 27.26 27.16 27.20 iSGblTelcm IXP 2.31e 4.1 ...q 62.55 56.00 15 56.00 -7.5iShGblTech IXN 1.10e .7 ...q 171.45 129.32 29 165.88 +8.0iShAaa-ACp QLTA 1.51e 3.0 ...q 53.16 50.03 25 50.14 -5.1iSMrnMCG JKH .59e .3 ...q 220.00 179.51 1 215.91 +6.6iShIndones EIDO .35e 1.4 ...q 30.61 23.77 933 24.39 -14.2iSSP500Gr IVW 2.03e 1.3 ...q 166.51 135.56 389 161.17 +5.5iShNYMun s NYF ... ... ...q 56.36 54.26 9 54.43 -2.4iShGblHcr s IXJ ... ... ...q 61.56 53.04 31 56.81 iShGblFin IXG 1.28e 1.8 ...q 76.01 60.88 26 69.80 -.2iShUSAQlt QUAL 1.04e 1.2 ...q 88.63 73.25 189 84.19 +1.6siSSPGlbEn IXC 1.01e 2.6 ...q 38.89 30.34 393 39.24 +10.4iShCalMn s CMF ... ... ...q 59.75 57.68 44 57.93 -2.1iSh CMBS CMBS 1.00 2.0 ...q 52.29 49.27 7 49.40 -3.6iShUSASize SIZE 1.26e 1.5 ...q 88.35 75.90 2 83.65 -.3iSGblInfra IGF 1.27e 2.9 ...q 46.80 41.66 90 43.10 -4.7siShNANatR IGE .85e 2.2 ...q 38.02 30.59 55 37.97 +7.1iSh JPXNik JPXN ... ... ... 70.78 57.37 4 66.13 +1.8iShUSAVal VLUE 1.49e 1.8 ...q 89.40 72.52 626 85.05 +1.7iShLatAm ILF .60e 1.8 ...q 39.54 29.22 3804 34.17 iShUSAMo MTUM .81e .7 ...q 113.60 86.60 607 110.59 +7.2iShMrnMCV JKI 2.72e 1.7 ...q 168.36 144.10 9 160.70 +.8iShPhilpns EPHE .20e .6 ...q 40.19 32.21 132 33.08 -14.8iSSP500Val IVE 2.14e 1.9 ...q 121.12 103.10 429 112.04 -1.9iShNMuBd MUB 2.59 2.4 ...q 111.66 107.56 871 108.13 -2.4iShUKSC bt EWUS 1.38e 3.0 ...q 46.20 37.79 1 45.60 +4.6iSRTop200V IWX 1.17e 2.3 ...q 55.82 47.89 9 51.61 -1.5iShIntlDev WPS 1.16e 3.0 ...q 42.27 36.34 2 39.19 -.8iShAsia50 AIA 1.02e 1.5 ...q 72.96 56.04 100 67.08 +1.6tiSh20 yrT TLT 3.05 2.6 ...q 129.57 116.51 7331 116.21 -8.4iSRTop200G IWY .82e 1.1 ...q 79.55 63.41 55 76.83 +5.0iShRTop200 IWL 1.02e 1.6 ...q 66.19 54.63 5 62.82 +2.2iShIntSelDv IDV 1.51e 4.1 ...q 35.93 32.19 524 34.04 +.7iS Eafe EFA 1.66e 2.3 ...q 75.27 64.56 16189 71.59 +1.8iShGerSC bt EWGS .69e 1.0 ...q 70.42 51.54 7 65.94 +2.5iSRusMCV IWS 1.59e 1.8 ...q 92.95 81.56 233 88.35 -.9tiShCrLTBd ILTB 2.54 4.3 ...q 65.21 59.20 15 59.07 -8.8iSRusMCG IWP 1.02e .8 ...q 130.04 106.51 144 126.61 +4.9iShNorC bt ENOR .58e 2.0 ...q 28.87 21.48 4 28.69 +11.2iShRusMid IWR 2.85e 1.3 ...q 220.02 188.02 86 211.73 +1.7iShMrnSC JKJ 1.78e 1.0 ...q 182.30 153.97 1 178.40 +2.4iShIreland EIRL .55e 1.1 ...q 50.12 42.90 3 48.18 +.4iSCorSPMid IJH 1.89e 1.0 ...q 199.91 168.25 1768 194.78 +2.6tiSh10yCBd CLY 2.67 4.6 ...q 63.67 57.62 32 57.46 -9.1iShiBxHYB HYG 5.09 6.0 ...q 89.04 84.07 13198 85.49 -2.0iShFinlC bt EFNL .51e 1.2 ...q 45.01 38.26 6 43.85 +11.2iShSft IGV .12e .1 ...q 185.41 131.86 135 180.26 +16.6iShCorUS n FTY ... ... ... 51.01 43.20 403 45.44 -8.4iShDenC bt EDEN .81e 1.2 ...q 71.11 61.78 6 67.86 +.4iShNetw IGN .25e .5 ...q 55.29 44.16 3 51.80 +6.9iShNATch IGM .73e .4 ...q 195.60 143.13 31 190.26 +12.7iShResRE REZ 2.01e 3.5 ...q 67.72 53.83 15 57.60 -7.5iSh2019Mun IBMH .27 1.1 ...q 25.65 24.92 27 25.31 -.1iShC&SRE ICF 2.97e 3.2 ...q 104.37 88.40 77 92.56 -8.6iShKLDSoc DSI 1.11e 1.1 ...q 106.16 87.75 21 100.92 +2.7iShGbl100 s IOO ... ... ...q 49.47 41.97 28 47.27 +3.0iSh2018Mu IBMG .23 .9 ...q 25.54 25.32 57 25.40 iShConsSv IYC 1.50e .8 ...q 198.53 160.53 13 187.34 +4.5tiShGvCrBd GBF 2.86 2.6 ...q 115.65 109.31 0 109.28 -4.1iShIndia bt INDA .24e .7 ...q 38.21 31.54 3583 33.37 -7.5iSR1KVal IWD 2.41e 2.0 ...q 131.56 114.01 944 122.82 -1.2iSMrnSCG JKK .87e .4 ...q 196.20 155.41 4 195.00 +8.7iShPoland EPOL .42e 1.8 ...q 30.19 23.25 348 23.73 -12.4iSMCGth IJK 1.88e .8 ...q 230.66 190.88 171 224.76 +4.1iShIntGvC GVI 1.99 1.9 ...q 111.75 106.93 28 106.98 -2.5iSR1KGr IWF 1.45e 1.0 ...q 146.15 116.99 700 141.60 +5.1iSIndiaSC bt SMIN .10e .2 ...q 55.13 41.90 15 46.20 -12.1iSRus1K IWB 2.36e 1.6 ...q 159.31 132.90 454 151.60 +2.0iSR2KVal IWN 1.98e 1.5 ...q 131.46 112.01 1172 130.46 +3.7siSR2KGr IWO 1.36e .7 ...q 201.80 161.33 424 201.77 +8.1tiSh10-20TB TLH 2.99 2.3 ...q 140.10 127.78 14 127.56 -6.2iShFltRtB FLOT .32 .6 ...q 51.10 50.79 2705 51.01 +.4siShR2K IWM 1.77e 1.1 ...q 161.32 134.12 18614 161.66 +6.0iShCorHiDv HDV 2.90e 3.4 ...q 94.20 82.07 491 84.91 -5.8iShChina MCHI .61e .9 ...q 76.72 53.41 2178 69.49 +4.4iSEafeMnV EFAV 2.81e 3.8 ...q 76.51 68.11 217 73.96 +1.3iSRus3K IWV 2.47e 1.5 ...q 169.20 141.38 169 161.79 +2.3iSGblMatl MXI 1.02e 1.4 ...q 75.19 58.54 14 71.53 +2.1iShUtils IDU 4.54e 3.6 ...q 142.50 119.51 53 124.54 -6.3iSUSAMinV USMV .87e 1.7 ...q 55.45 48.24 913 52.31 -.9iSMrnSCV JKL 2.98e 2.0 ...q 158.15 134.66 5 150.50 -1.2iShMCVal IJJ 2.16e 1.3 ...q 166.09 142.74 52 161.82 +1.1iShGblUtil JXI 1.99e 4.1 ...q 53.07 45.15 22 48.32 -2.4iShTelecm IYZ .68e 2.5 ...q 34.00 26.34 72 27.13 -7.8iShTech IYW 1.20e .7 ...q 184.45 138.25 137 178.50 +9.7iShGblIndl EXI 1.40e 1.5 ...q 100.28 83.44 3 92.74 -.1 iShGblCSt s KXI ... ... ...q 54.58 47.79 26 48.41 iShREst IYR 2.76e 3.7 ...q 83.27 71.27 9778 75.32 -7.0iSGblCnDis RXI 1.39e 1.2 ...q 119.68 97.88 70 115.62 +5.7iSh0-5Tips STIP ... ... ...q 101.11 99.27 102 99.39 -.5iShHmCnst ITB .09e .2 ...q 46.56 32.22 3174 37.92 -13.3iShInds IYJ 1.65e 1.1 ...q 158.32 128.54 20 147.40 iShAerosp ITA 1.31e .7 ...q 207.47 154.10 125 197.77 +5.1iShHltcare IYH 3.01e 1.7 ...q 193.31 156.90 39 176.65 +1.4iShFinSv IYG 1.21e .9 ...q 142.14 105.64 83 136.25 +4.4iShRegBks IAT .61e 1.2 ...q 54.74 41.83 70 52.68 +6.9iShInsur IAK .82e 1.3 ...q 69.95 59.34 45 64.44 -3.2iShFincls IYF 1.45e 1.2 ...q 126.54 102.39 116 120.47 +.9iShBroker IAI .65e .9 ...q 70.58 49.35 31 68.62 +9.3siShUSEngy IYE 1.14e 2.6 ...q 42.87 33.70 502 43.34 +9.3iShESGSel KLD 1.14e 1.0 ...q 119.20 99.78 7 112.71 +1.5siShCrSPS s IJR ... ... ...q 82.06 66.77 4286 82.28 +7.1iShMedDev IHI 1.57e .8 ...q 198.58 157.03 85 196.43 +13.2iShConsGd IYK 2.43e 2.1 ...q 130.93 111.06 10 114.49 -9.7iShHltcPrv IHF .24e .1 ...q 172.85 139.29 22 171.69 +9.5iShCorTInt IXUS 1.28e 2.0 ...q 67.93 56.86 310 63.89 +1.3iShPharm IHE 3.11e 1.0 ...q 166.06 139.28 11 149.39 -3.2iShBasM IYM 1.42e 1.4 ...q 108.32 87.35 62 102.63 +.4iShPeru EPU .70e 1.6 ...q 44.95 32.98 36 42.80 +4.4iShCorEafe IEFA 1.56e 2.3 ...q 70.84 60.28 3731 67.50 +2.1siShOilEq IEZ .86e 2.1 ...q 40.47 29.57 73 40.29 +12.2iShDJ US IYY 2.01e 1.5 ...q 143.07 119.62 11 136.49 +2.1siShO&GEx IEO 1.06e 1.4 ...q 74.71 50.49 133 76.75 +18.1iShAggrAllo AOA .98e 1.8 ...q 56.94 51.02 30 54.10 +.4iShEurope IEV 1.12e 2.3 ...q 50.81 43.99 402 48.10 +1.8iShGroAllo AOR .81e 1.8 ...q 46.77 43.07 48 44.76 -.4siSRusMic IWC 1.08e 1.0 ...q 102.83 83.45 36 103.27 +7.9iShModAllo AOM .71e 1.9 ...q 39.05 36.79 72 37.57 -1.2iShMorMl bt IYLD 1.33e 5.2 ... 25.96 24.39 36 24.63 -4.6iSMsciVal EFV 1.66e 3.0 ...q 59.57 50.97 4379 55.98 +1.4siSSCVal IJS 1.73e 1.1 ...q 161.56 132.50 73 162.09 +5.5iShConsAllo AOK .64e 1.9 ...q 35.27 33.55 39 34.01 -1.8iShEafeGr EFG 1.37e 1.7 ...q 85.81 72.88 74 82.18 +1.8iShB3-18xF s IBCC ... ... ...q 24.73 24.55 24.60 iShiB3-20F s IBCD ... ... ...q 24.82 24.24 2 24.33 -.8tiShiB3-23x s IBCE ... ... ...q 24.76 23.43 2 23.43 -3.5iShBd3-18 s IBDB ... ... ...q 25.75 25.49 25.62 +.2tiShBd3-23 s IBDD ... ... ...q 26.95 25.51 3 25.52 -3.5iShBd3-20 s IBDC ... ... ...q 26.38 25.81 33 25.90 -.7iStar STAR ... ... 4 12.49 9.75 384 10.69 -5.4iStar pfD STARpD 2.00 7.9 ... 26.12 24.29 25.35 -.1iStar pfG STARpG 1.91 7.6 ... 25.94 24.21 2 25.21 -1.2iStar pfI STARpI 1.87 7.5 ... 25.94 24.25 5 25.03 -.6ITT Inc ITT .54f 1.0 17 57.62 36.93 344 54.06 +1.3tiBio IBIO ... ... ...dd .55 .14 994 .14 -20.3Idacorp IDA 2.36 2.7 22 100.04 79.59 223 88.04 -3.6IDEX IEX 1.72f 1.2 30 150.72 106.39 192 138.02 +4.6iGATE PTI ... ... ... 19.52 ITW ITW 3.12 2.1 30 179.07 135.07 1447 145.77 -12.6Imax Corp IMAX ... ... ...cc 27.78 17.58 344 23.85 +3.0ImunC wt rs IMUC/WS ... ... ... .29 .01 .04 -12.5ImunoCll rs IMUC ... ... ...dd 2.79 .17 323 .28 -11.4ImpacMtg IMH ... ... 3 16.83 7.18 19 8.66 -14.8ImpOil g IMO .57 1.7 66 33.11 25.91 407 32.75 +5.0IncOpR IOR ... ... 28 13.79 8.51 1 12.77 +15.2IndCDrillg ICD ... ... ...dd 5.48 2.72 234 5.10 +28.1IndepHld IHC .12f .3 14 39.85 17.25 14 36.00 +31.1IndepRT IRT .72a 7.8 18 10.63 8.26 334 9.21 -8.7IndiaFd IFN 1.82e 1.9 ...q 28.81 24.23 77 24.39 -6.6IndiaGCap IGC ... ... ...dd 1.63 .30 142 .61 -39.5IndoTel s TLK .67 ... ... 36.19 23.66 424 24.68 -23.4IndBach IBA .87e 1.5 ... 67.61 54.25 3 57.61 +.5Infosys INFY .40e 2.3 16 18.71 13.88 3977 17.36 +7.0InfrREIT n HIFR 1.00 4.7 17 23.22 17.60 315 21.12 +13.7InfuSystem INFU ... ... ...dd 2.95 1.25 44 2.90 +26.1IngerRd IR 1.80 2.0 21 97.67 79.63 1698 89.97 +.9sIngevity NGVT ... ... ... 83.21 53.62 347 83.60 +18.6Ingredion INGR 2.40 2.1 15 146.28 107.77 699 113.38 -18.9InnovInd n IIPR 1.00f 3.0 ... 36.88 15.72 47 33.50 +3.7InnoInd pfA IIPRpA ... ... ... 28.80 25.50 1 27.70 -.9Innsuites IHT .01 .4 ...dd 3.70 1.23 504 2.27 +29.7Inphi IPHI ... ... 17 44.25 23.65 403 33.13 -9.5InsightS n INSI ... ... ... 21.10 18.40 20 18.47 -7.2sInsperity s NSP ... ... 29 89.90 34.88 171 89.65 +56.3sInsprMed n INSP ... ... ... 32.65 22.50 127 33.38 +33.6InspMD wt NSPR.WS ... ... ... .18 .01 .05 +63.3InspMD wtB NSPR.WSB ... ... ... .06 .01 .02 InspMD rs NSPR ... ... ... .73 .12 .16 +21.1InstlldBPd IBP ... ... 32 79.40 48.25 190 59.85 -21.2Instructre n INST ... ... ...dd 46.50 24.55 104 42.25 +27.6sIntegerHl ITGR ... ... ...dd 67.40 38.95 164 66.85 +47.6Intellichk IDN ... ... ...dd 4.55 1.50 30 2.04 -20.3IntellgSys INS ... ... ...dd 8.24 3.30 16 7.15 +56.8Intelsat I ... ... ... 14.86 2.44 4373 14.36 +323.6InterXion INXN ... ... ... 67.19 43.51 334 63.51 +7.8IntcntlExc s ICE .88e 1.2 17 76.30 59.22 1730 72.40 +2.6IntCtlHtls IHG ... ... ... 69.23 49.03 116 64.89 +2.2IBM IBM 6.28f 4.3 10 171.13 139.13 3147 144.50 -5.8IntFlav IFF 2.76f 2.2 32 157.40 123.19 1035 125.07 -18.0sIntlGmeT n IGT .80 2.6 ... 30.96 17.25 2464 30.38 +14.6IntMktCt n IMC ... ... ... IntPap IP 1.90 3.5 18 66.94 50.00 2352 55.06 -5.0IntlSeaw n INSW ... ... ... 23.43 15.23 84 18.76 +1.6IntTower g THM ... ... ...dd .78 .29 84 .65 +51.2Interpublic IPG .84f 3.5 16 26.01 18.30 2858 23.93 +18.7IntstP pfD IPLpD 1.28 5.1 ... 26.90 23.44 1 25.16 -1.2inTestCorp INTT ... ... 17 10.25 5.75 26 6.80 -21.4sIntPotash IPI ... ... ...dd 5.12 2.03 2754 4.99 +4.8Intrexon XON ... ... ...dd 25.88 10.26 1121 15.95 +38.5Inuvo INUV ... ... ...dd 1.39 .68 84 .71 -12.3Invacare IVC .05 .3 ...dd 19.20 11.25 205 17.30 +2.7Invesco24 n IHTA ... ... ... 10.33 8.28 44 9.10 -11.8InvHiIn23 n IHIT ... ... ... 10.32 9.53 23 9.87 +.8InvAdvMu2 VKI .78 7.5 ...q 11.93 10.33 69 10.46 -8.1tInv Bond VBF .83a 4.7 ...q 20.29 17.58 39 17.59 -11.6InvCAVal VCV .79 6.8 ...q 13.20 11.53 116 11.61 -7.7InvDynCrd VTA .90 7.7 ...q 12.28 11.33 247 11.64 -.6tInvHiInc2 VLT 1.24 9.1 ...q 15.25 13.57 13 13.56 -7.8Invsco iim IIM .84 6.0 ...q 15.47 13.64 109 14.04 -5.8Invesco IVZ 1.16 4.0 12 38.43 27.35 2074 28.65 -21.6InvMtgCap IVR 1.68f 10.5 7 18.86 15.15 673 15.95 -10.5InvMtg pfA IVRpA 1.94 7.8 ... 25.70 24.24 4 25.03 +.1InvMtg pfB IVRpB 1.94 7.6 ... 26.44 24.25 4 25.48 -1.1InvMtg pfC IVRpC 1.88 7.7 ... 25.73 23.40 15 24.26 -2.9Invsco oia OIA .39 5.3 ...q 8.25 7.34 94 7.37 -7.9InvMuOpTr VMO .88 7.6 ...q 13.37 11.52 109 11.60 -6.5InvMuniTr VKQ .82 7.0 ...q 13.04 11.51 79 11.68 -6.6InvPAVal VPV .79 6.7 ...q 12.68 11.54 41 11.74 -3.4Invsco iqi IQI .76 6.5 ...q 13.04 11.70 87 11.76 -6.0InvSrInco VVR .31 7.1 ...q 4.71 4.26 294 4.41 +.5InvTrIG VGM .88 7.2 ...q 13.80 12.09 182 12.16 -7.7InvTrNY VTN .85 6.7 ...q 14.00 12.61 35 12.65 -7.8InvTech ITG .28 1.2 ...dd 23.96 17.63 179 22.70 +17.9InvRlEst IRET .28 5.5 4 5.93 4.05 301 5.13 +2.8InvRlE pfC IRETpC 1.66 7.1 ... 26.08 22.29 12 23.33 -10.3Invitae n NVTA ... ... ...dd 10.44 4.35 431 6.54 -28.0InvitHm n INVH .44 2.0 ... 24.30 20.25 1876 22.14 -6.1iPBetaCmd BCM ... ... ...q 32.00 25.00 1 31.04 +6.1iPS&PWtd SBV ... ... ...q 26.59 19.42 23.51 +12.8iPBtaCocoa CHOC ... ... ...q 38.83 26.69 36.88 +32.4iPBetaCoff CAFE ... ... ...q 13.64 10.35 10.48 -7.8iPBetaCttn CTNN ... ... ...q 35.76 28.65 35.02 +17.6iPBetaSug SGAR ... ... ...q 29.50 19.26 19.26 -11.2iPBetaAlu FOIL ... ... ...q 30.20 25.96 27.14 -8.3iPBetaCopp CUPM ... ... ...q 36.42 28.15 33.56 -7.5iPBetaLead LEDD ... ... ...q 43.61 35.16 39.24 -6.7iPBetaNick NINI ... ... ...q 22.79 14.71 21.83 +3.0siPBetaCrOil OLEM ... ... ...q 21.44 12.86 1 21.48 +21.3iPBetaNGs DCNG ... ... ...q 19.05 16.19 16.70 -1.5iPBetaAgri DIRT ... ... ...q 33.32 28.84 30.91 +5.7iPGrains WEET ... ... ...q 35.91 30.53 33.13 +7.7iPBetaSfts GRWN ... ... ...q 22.59 19.54 19.54 -9.4iPBetaIMet HEVY ... ... ...q 35.00 28.13 32.29 -4.6iPBetaEgy ONG ... ... ...q 20.99 15.48 20.41 +4.0iPBtaLvstk LSTK ... ... ...q 47.53 39.79 42.10 -6.0iPBtaPrMt BLNG ... ... ...q 34.40 31.25 33.44 +4.3iP LXR2K RTLA ... ... ...q 209.90 209.90 209.90 +4.4iPathLong SFLA ... ... ... 214.83 214.83 214.83 iPLgEEmM EMLB ... ... ...q 119.99 62.61 80.80 -32.7IronMtn IRM 2.20 6.9 28 41.52 30.78 1207 32.05 -15.1iShItaly rs EWI ... ... ...q 34.45 27.27 5355 32.40 +6.4iShJapan rs EWJ ... ... ...q 64.71 52.81 4412 61.16 +2.1iSMlasia rs EWM ... ... ...q 36.56 31.21 990 34.65 +5.1iShSing rs EWS ... ... ...q 28.35 23.28 368 27.21 +4.9iSTaiwn rs EWT ... ... ...q 39.36 34.13 3608 36.82 +1.7iSh UK rs EWU ... ... ...q 38.05 32.82 1109 37.08 +3.5iSh0-5IGCp SLQD .79 1.6 ...q 50.73 49.48 49 49.51 -1.5iShCmdOpT CMDT ... ... ...q 41.95 33.50 1 38.31 +3.1iShCvBd ICVT .67e ... ...q 58.93 51.90 19 57.95 +5.1iShCorEM IEMG .95e 1.7 ...q 62.70 49.43 13832 56.30 -1.1tiSh 10 Cp n LLQD ... ... ... 51.31 46.67 0 46.49 -9.3iSh 5-10Cp n MLQD ... ... ... 49.96 47.08 47.13 -4.6iShColomC ICOL .43e 2.9 ...q 16.51 13.45 3 14.80 +2.5iShEnhBd n IGEB ... ... ... 50.77 47.60 47.64 -5.3iShDefBd n HYDB ... ... ... 51.96 49.25 49.39 -2.6iShFSIntSC ISCF .12p ... ...q 34.73 27.98 12 33.46 +3.1iShRs2500 n SMMD ... ... ... 45.58 38.87 6 45.35 +3.8iShFacSIntl INTF .17p ... ...q 31.21 26.10 143 29.79 +3.3iShArgGl n AGT ... ... ... 32.94 24.18 4 27.08 -10.3iShFS USA LRGF .19e ... ...q 33.93 28.11 73 32.56 +2.4iShFSUsaSC SMLF .23e ... ...q 41.79 34.88 12 41.41 +4.8iShFacSGbl ACWF .11p ... ...q 34.07 26.75 5 31.35 +2.2iSh iBd23 n IBML ... ... ... 25.96 24.64 19 24.82 -1.6iSh IntDv n IDEV ... ... ... 62.47 53.10 7 59.35 +1.5iShMgRE rs REM ... ... ...q 48.54 39.80 73 43.31 -4.2iSh0-5HYCp SHYG 2.38 5.1 ...q 48.07 45.93 489 46.75 -.8iShDvlValu IVLU ... ... ...q 28.44 23.75 18 27.08 +2.5tiSh 3-10yr n IMTB ... ... ... 50.70 47.24 8 47.25 -4.9iShSaudi KSA ... ... ... 31.62 24.50 64 30.10 +15.0iSh MinVl n SMMV ... ... ... 30.51 27.20 0 30.22 +3.5iShIntDevM IMTM .30p ... ...q 33.00 27.90 18 31.32 +2.7iShIntDevQ IQLT .55p ... ...q 31.40 27.21 5 30.25 +2.0iShLwCarb CRBN .94p ... ...q 125.97 106.96 3 118.97 +1.8iShShMBd bt NEAR .35 ... ...q iShDvlSize ISZE ... ... ...q 29.72 26.10 28.12 -.7iShCHdEM HEEM 1.26e 1.8 ... 28.95 23.58 25 26.81 +1.2iShMsciChA CNYA ... ... ... 35.68 26.05 3 31.60 -1.3iSh IntDvGr IGRO ... ... ... 62.04 53.76 9 57.04 -4.0iShMultiTc TCHF ... ... ... 42.80 34.12 0 41.74 +7.7iShMultInd INDF ... ... ... 33.67 29.24 30.87 -3.2iShMultHl HCRF ... ... ... 35.18 28.35 8 32.40 +2.5iShiB20Mun IBMI .24 1.0 ...q 25.44 25.18 41 25.26 -.4iShMultMat MATF ... ... ... 36.19 29.62 1 33.85 -1.0iSh MultFin FNCF ... ... ... 37.85 30.16 3 35.10 -.7siShMultiEn ERGF ... ... ... 30.28 23.28 1 30.47 +7.6iShIntHdHi HYGH 4.56 5.0 ...q 92.42 88.33 18 91.53 +.7iShCHAust HAUD 1.81p ... ...q 25.23 22.42 0 24.49 -.1iSh MultCnS CNSF ... ... ... 27.25 23.37 23.58 -10.9iShCDivGr DGRO .65e 1.9 ...q 37.22 30.67 386 34.60 -.5iSh MulConD CNDF ... ... ... 34.24 27.45 0 32.63 +4.2iSh MultUt UTLF ... ... ... 28.56 23.93 25.65 -3.8iShCHEmu HEZU .64e 1.6 ...q 31.55 28.32 209 31.40 +5.3iShGblReit REET .94e 3.8 ...q 26.68 23.40 57 24.63 -5.6iSh AdapJp DEWJ .18p ... ... 31.33 25.92 29.68 -.2iSh AdapC DEFA .48p ... ... 30.45 27.17 29.15 -.9iSh AdapEu DEZU .56p ... ... 30.64 27.16 29.74 +3.4iShCoreInt IAGG ... ... ... 53.61 51.09 25 52.25 +.4iShEurSC HEUS ... ... ...q 31.31 27.52 31.28 +4.4 iShCorePac IPAC 1.06e 1.7 ...q 63.99 53.28 28 60.80 +2.0iShEurMV HEUV .98 3.9 ...q 25.74 23.44 0 25.26 +2.4iShIntHdCp LQDH 2.76 2.9 ...q 99.18 94.38 14 96.65 -.7iShCHCda HEWC 1.41e 1.7 ...q 26.97 24.31 2 26.77 +1.4iShJpMinV JPMV .70e 1.0 ...q 72.41 61.22 1 69.69 +2.6siShEafeMV HEFV ... ... ...q 28.12 26.08 1 28.27 +2.5iShEuMinV EUMV .67e 2.6 ...q 26.69 24.16 3 25.68 +1.3iShCHNk400 HJPX .19p ... ...q 32.09 26.36 29.87 -1.7iShCorEur IEUR 1.18e 2.3 ...q 53.97 46.46 192 51.26 +2.2iShxJMinV AXJV .84p ... ...q 38.95 32.91 0 37.01 +1.8iSh2022Mu IBMK .09e ... ...q 26.37 25.24 37 25.37 -1.2iShEm exCh EMXC ... ... ... 58.49 50.03 1 51.99 -3.6tiShYdOpBd BYLD .75 3.1 ...q 26.66 24.01 9 24.00 -4.0iSh2021Mu IBMJ .07e ... ...q 26.08 25.19 66 25.29 -.5iSHgxUSHY HHYX .67e ... ...q 28.14 26.86 27.89 iShRussia rs ERUS ... ... ...q 39.23 27.18 433 34.00 +1.4iSCHeafe HEFA .70e 1.5 ...q 30.88 27.65 173 30.65 +3.3iShCHMex HEWW 1.41p ... ...q 21.71 18.72 0 18.80 -6.0iShH10yCBd CLYH .31e ... ...q 27.42 24.97 2 26.14 -1.1iShCHSpain HEWP .31p ... ...q 24.22 20.85 5 23.01 +3.8iShHEmBd EMBH .30e ... ...q 27.37 25.29 0 26.01 -2.0iShCHItaly HEWI .55p ... ...q 19.17 16.12 6 18.42 +9.4iShShMMu MEAR .27e ... ...q 50.18 49.61 17 49.78 -.1siSCHEafSC HSCZ .19p ... ...q 32.18 28.02 0 32.30 +4.3iShUSFxBal FIBR 2.20e ... ...q 101.15 98.54 98.80 -1.4iShCHAcxUs HAWX 1.38e 3.8 ...q 28.00 24.85 27.48 +2.3iShGbMM rs PICK ... ... ... 37.91 25.02 133 36.68 +5.9iShCHAcwi HACW .94e 2.0 ...q 30.93 26.76 30.03 +2.1siShTrFRBd TFLO .07e .1 ...q 50.73 50.00 31 50.28 +.1siShCH UK HEWU .24p ... ...q 25.11 22.21 4 25.16 +3.4iSh ESG s ESGE ... ... ... 74.08 31.70 17 72.04 iShCHSwitz HEWL 1.43e 2.2 ...q 27.79 25.03 0 27.13 +.4iShEMktMV HEMV ... ... ...q 29.20 25.12 1 27.90 +1.9iShLqdty bt ICSH .25e .5 ...q 50.54 49.98 89 50.10 +.1iShCHJpn HEWJ .74e .5 ...q 35.29 28.82 260 33.67 +1.0iShCHSoK HEWY .48p ... ...q 32.01 28.41 30.37 +.4iShFacEmg EMGF .13p ... ...q 53.84 41.63 41 49.84 +.7iSh iBd26 n IBDR ... ... ... 24.92 22.99 1441 23.08 -5.9iSiBd12-18 s IBDH .30 1.2 ...q 25.50 25.07 25 25.13 iSiBd12-16 s IBDF .13 .5 ...q 25.04 iSiBd12-20 s IBDL .62e 2.5 ...q 25.66 24.94 157 25.00 -1.2iSiBd12-19 s IBDK .37e ... ...q 25.11 24.70 152 24.78 -.4tiSiBd12-23 s IBDO .56e ... ...q 25.55 24.14 49 24.16 -3.6tiSiBd12-22 s IBDN .55e ... ...q 25.42 24.21 71 24.22 -3.0iSiBd12-25 s IBDQ .64e ... ...q 25.37 23.70 46 23.71 -5.3tiSiBd12-24 s IBDP .63e ... ...q 25.44 23.87 34 23.92 -4.5iSiBd12-21 s IBDM .47e ... ...q 25.19 24.27 107 24.29 -2.1IsoRay ISR ... ... ...dd .65 .36 761 .55 +37.8IsraelChm ICL .27e 5.8 ... 4.95 3.85 127 4.64 +14.9IssuerDir ISDR .20 1.2 59 18.95 11.65 0 17.10 -6.8sItauCorpb ITCB 2.48e 15.2 79 16.26 10.28 1 16.34 +21.6ItauUnibH ITUB .32e 2.6 ... 16.98 10.35 17574 12.34 -5.0IvyHiInOp IVH 1.50a 10.6 ...q 16.10 13.92 90 14.20 -6.1J -JAlexHld n JAX ... ... 35 12.80 8.70 32 12.15 +25.3JJill n JILL ... ... ... 13.71 4.17 198 5.73 -26.5JBG Smth n JBGS .90 2.5 ... 37.38 30.79 398 35.43 +2.0JMP Gp27 n JMPD ... ... ... 25.62 24.11 8 24.90 -1.5JMP Grp JMP .36 7.0 73 7.70 4.92 3 5.11 -8.8JMP Gp 23 JMPB 2.00 7.8 ... 26.00 25.10 1 25.66 +1.5JPMCh pfE JPMpE 1.58 6.1 ... 27.30 25.53 25 25.85 -4.4JPMDvsRt JPGE .96e 1.5 ...q 68.02 56.65 10 62.52 JPMIntEq JPIN 1.08e 1.8 ...q 63.18 55.18 90 60.68 +1.0JPMDvREm JPEM 1.31p ... ...q 64.42 51.69 13 58.33 JPM DREq JPUS .26p ... ...q 74.59 64.00 15 70.61 +.1JPM DivInt JPIH ... ... ... 30.65 27.59 30.55 +1.9JPMDsfEu JPEU ... ... ... 64.34 56.44 1 61.52 +2.0JPM DivEu JPEH ... ... ... 29.58 26.58 29.41 +4.0JPM Val n JVAL ... ... ... 27.44 24.90 25.40 -2.7JPM Qual n JQUA ... ... ... 27.51 24.85 0 26.29 +.8JPM Mom n JMOM ... ... ... 27.55 24.95 0 26.96 +5.1JPM MinV n JMIN ... ... ... 26.62 24.93 25.52 -1.0JPM US Dv JDIV ... ... ... 26.74 24.18 0 25.22 -4.8JPM DivAlt JPHF ... ... ... 28.92 24.93 8 25.41 -2.9JPM FutSt n JPMF ... ... ... 25.34 24.33 2 24.49 -2.6JPM UlSh n JPST ... ... ... 51.03 48.88 266 50.15 +.2JPM SCap n JPSE ... ... ... 30.81 27.03 14 30.68 +3.4JPM GlB n JPGB ... ... ... 52.89 50.08 2 50.21 -1.9JPM Evnt n JPED ... ... ... 25.40 24.55 25.40 +.8JPM Disc n JPHY ... ... ... 52.80 49.72 11 49.86 -2.8JPM USMid JPME ... ... ... 66.84 58.01 4 64.47 +1.1JPMorgCh JPM 2.24f 2.0 16 119.33 81.64 8599 112.96 +5.6JPMCh wt JPM/WS ... ... ... 73.85 40.53 72.89 +9.7JPMCh pfA JPMpA 1.36 5.4 ... 26.06 24.52 24 25.15 -.9JPMCh pfB JPMpB 1.68 6.4 ... 27.62 25.76 29 26.24 -3.0JPMAlerian AMJ 2.29 8.4 ...q 31.81 23.17 1084 27.33 -.5JPMCh pfY JPMpF 1.53 5.9 ... 27.20 25.32 34 25.90 -2.8JPMCh pfG JPMpG 1.52 5.9 ... 27.38 25.30 53 25.96 -3.7JPM FTLgC JFT ... ... ...q 42.00 JPMCh pfH JPMpH 1.54 5.8 ... 27.41 24.03 97 26.35 -2.2JRJR Ntw JRJR ... ... ...dd .75 .10 .13 -29.7Jabil JBL .32 1.1 16 31.77 23.70 1194 28.11 +7.1JacobsEng JEC .60 .9 25 72.18 49.31 730 63.96 -3.0JaggedPk n JAG ... ... ... 16.55 11.40 1293 13.22 -16.2JHardie s JHX .38e 2.2 80 18.79 13.55 4 17.33 -1.6Jan HlFit n FITS ... ... ... JanTailRsk TRSK .24e .8 ...q 33.32 29.08 29.57 -5.6AlpVSVolLC SPXH .51e 1.5 ...q 38.83 32.16 33.55 -8.2Jan ShDur n VNLA ... ... ... 50.42 49.95 92 49.99 -.4JanusHn n JHG 1.44f 4.4 ... 41.64 30.24 653 33.10 -13.5JpnSmCap JOF .13e 1.0 ...q 13.06 9.70 55 12.41 +5.1Jarden JAH ... ... 53 58.97 JeldWen n JELD ... ... ...dd 42.27 26.32 1337 28.20 -28.4JernignC n JCAP 1.40 7.4 11 24.89 15.90 40 18.92 -.5Jianpu n JT ... ... ... 9.49 4.75 143 5.85 -9.7JinkoSolar JKS ... ... 36 30.50 16.06 344 19.92 -17.2JBeanTch JBT .40 .5 34 122.65 83.75 367 87.65 -20.9JHMultLgC JHML .10p ... ...q 37.14 31.13 84 35.46 +1.9JH MultMdC JHMM .08p ... ...q 36.30 30.45 22 35.02 +2.7JH MultCns JHMC .07p ... ...q 33.38 27.14 2 31.21 +2.1JH MultFin JHMF .08p ... ...q 39.70 31.02 2 37.95 +3.2JH MultHltC JHMH .05p ... ...q 34.56 28.52 2 31.61 +1.5JH MultTch JHMT .09p ... ...q 47.35 35.22 8 45.14 +9.9sJH MultEn JHME ... ... ... 32.90 24.30 4 33.58 +13.2JH MultMat JHMA ... ... ... 38.20 30.31 3 35.75 -.5JH SmCap n JHSC ... ... ... 28.27 24.27 8 26.76 +2.5JH MultDev JHMD ... ... ... 32.58 27.75 7 30.98 +1.9JH MultUt JHMU ... ... ... 29.74 25.00 0 26.40 -4.0JH MulCnSt JHMS ... ... ... 28.79 24.55 24.90 -10.2JH MultInd JHMI ... ... ... 37.55 29.96 2 34.94 -.4JH HedgEq HEQ 1.50 8.6 ...q 17.95 15.87 20 17.46 +.3JH TxAdY HTY 1.28 15.0 ...q 10.25 8.27 27 8.52 -3.4JohnJn JNJ 3.60f 2.9 16 148.32 121.28 6452 123.85 -11.4JohnContl n JCI 1.04e 2.8 25 44.37 32.89 3624 36.51 -4.2JonesEngy JONE ... ... ...dd 2.45 .54 1878 .70 -36.4JonesLL JLL .82f .5 29 178.75 111.66 363 168.81 +13.3Jumei Intl JMEI ... ... 28 4.20 2.00 669 2.49 -14.7JnprNtwk JNPR .72 2.7 15 30.44 23.61 6382 26.72 -6.2Jupai n JP .40f 1.8 22 29.00 7.36 149 22.25 +20.3tJustEngy g JE .41 ... 4 5.91 3.86 1343 3.71 -13.5JustEn pfA JEpA ... ... ... 26.98 21.29 13 23.86 -4.1K -K12 LRN ... ... 57 19.92 12.72 215 16.03 +.8KAR Auct KAR 1.40 2.6 19 56.75 40.27 817 54.38 +7.7KB FnclGp KB ... ... ... 63.96 44.21 77 53.15 -9.2KB Home KBH .10 .4 30 38.80 20.68 1662 25.82 -19.2KBR Inc KBR .32 1.8 12 21.70 13.36 1592 17.44 -12.1KCAPFn 19 KAP 1.84 7.2 ... 25.99 25.05 0 25.56 +1.1KKR KKR 1.31e 5.8 10 24.50 17.96 3107 22.71 +7.8KKR pfA KKR.PRA ... ... ... 27.69 25.45 33 27.03 +.1KKR pf B KKRpB 1.63 6.1 ... 27.37 25.31 11 26.50 -.9KKR Inco KIO 1.50a 9.4 ...q 18.63 15.38 71 15.98 -.4KKR RE n KREF 1.72e ... ... 23.99 18.09 64 20.13 +.6KMG Chm KMG .12 .2 26 70.60 45.65 124 68.38 +3.5KT Corp KT ... ... ... 18.82 12.70 559 12.99 -16.8Kadant KAI .88f .9 28 114.00 68.60 60 97.40 -3.0Kadmon n KDMN ... ... ... 5.86 2.05 286 3.78 +4.4sKaman KAMN .80 1.1 35 71.31 47.43 157 71.84 +22.1KCSo pf KSUp 1.00 3.9 ... 29.50 25.22 1 25.52 -6.3KC Southn KSU 1.44f 1.3 20 114.91 89.98 1196 108.84 +3.4KapStoneP KS .40 1.2 12 35.01 20.21 503 34.40 +51.6KaynAEnD KED 1.60 9.0 ...dd 19.07 14.10 30 17.78 +2.1KA EngTR KYE 1.32m 13.5 ...q 11.82 8.30 110 9.79 -2.7KA MLP KYN 1.80 9.4 ...q 20.38 14.38 484 19.08 +.2KAMLP pfF KYNpF .88 3.5 ... 25.82 25.07 3 25.09 -.6KAMidsEn KMF 1.80m 13.4 ...q 16.00 11.36 66 13.42 -2.8KeanGrp n FRAC ... ... ... 19.83 12.51 2239 16.68 -12.3Kellogg K 2.16 3.5 15 74.28 56.40 1793 61.18 -10.0KelsoTch g KIQ .03f 5.7 ... .89 .24 9 .53 +1.3Kemet KEM ... ... 26 27.35 11.73 5566 18.65 +23.8sKemper KMPR .96 1.3 23 75.00 36.35 263 75.75 +9.9Kemper 54 KMPA 1.84 7.1 ... 28.25 25.40 3 25.99 -.3Kennamtl KMT .80 2.0 25 52.52 32.23 557 39.73 -17.9KennWils KW .76 3.8 ...cc 20.60 15.95 680 20.00 +15.3KenonHld n KEN ... ... ... 33.22 12.13 1 15.69 -27.5KeyEngy KEG ... ... ... 21.25 8.20 185 17.44 +47.9Keycorp KEY .48f 2.3 15 22.40 16.28 6211 20.64 +2.3Keycorp pfI KEYpI ... ... ... 29.97 27.01 16 27.11 -6.3Keysight KEYS ... ... 40 55.21 35.62 980 53.76 +29.2KilroyR KRC 1.70 2.4 15 77.70 62.91 391 72.15 -3.3KimbRoy n KRP 1.68f 8.8 ... 20.24 15.06 34 19.13 +17.7KimbClk KMB 4.00 3.8 21 134.30 97.10 1785 104.87 -13.1Kimco KIM 1.12 8.0 14 21.24 13.16 2560 14.00 -22.9Kimco pfI KIMpI 1.50 6.4 ... 25.49 23.33 11 23.62 -6.2Kimco pfJ KIMpJ 1.38 6.5 ... 25.61 21.10 8 21.30 -14.9Kimco pfK KIMpK 1.41 6.4 ... 25.56 21.60 5 21.88 -12.9Kimco pfL KIMpL ... ... ... 25.99 20.01 46 20.59 -16.8KindMorg KMI .80f 4.9 23 21.25 14.69 14535 16.30 -9.8KindM pfA KMIpA ... ... ... 45.00 29.98 73 31.75 -16.4KindredHlt KND .48 5.4 ...dd 11.90 5.50 696 8.95 -7.7Kingsway KFS ... ... ...dd 6.35 3.65 25 4.30 -14.9Kinross g KGC ... ... 27 4.91 3.48 8615 3.56 -17.6KirbyCp KEX ... ... 38 91.45 59.25 412 90.45 +35.4KirklLak n KL .02e ... ... 19.83 11.52 317 19.31 +25.7KiteRlty pf KRGp 2.06 8.2 ... 25.03 KiteRlty KRG 1.27 8.7 5 21.57 13.87 581 14.60 -25.5KlondexM g KLDX ... ... ... 3.89 1.29 1787 2.48 -5.0KnSwftT rs KNX .24 .6 25 51.94 31.07 2312 39.75 -9.1Knoll Inc KNL .60 2.9 14 24.00 16.57 113 20.37 -11.6KnotOffsh KNOP 2.08 10.3 ... 24.00 19.15 66 20.25 -2.4Knowles KN ... ... 12 19.13 10.95 902 14.53 -.9Kohls KSS 2.44f 3.8 12 69.48 35.16 3471 63.72 +17.5Koppers KOP 1.00 2.5 11 51.80 33.90 145 39.85 -21.7KoreaElc KEP ... ... ... 20.38 14.12 200 16.64 -6.0KoreaFd KF 4.50e ... ...q 44.64 38.03 6 40.69 -1.4KornFer KFY .40 .7 23 56.18 31.53 486 54.38 +31.4KosmosEn KOS ... ... ...dd 8.62 5.15 1821 7.52 +9.8KrNwChin s KFYP ... ... ...q 44.18 30.07 34.82 +4.0KrS ChIn n KWEB ... ... ... 68.39 53.99 826 60.96 +4.0KranChinA KBA 9.93e ... ...q 39.22 27.68 202 34.14 -.9KraneChCm KCNY .22e .6 ...q 37.87 32.68 2 37.00 +5.4KranShFtse KEMP ... ... ...q 29.85 23.34 26.08 -2.0KrnChEnv n KGRN ... ... ... 27.96 23.37 0 24.16 -4.5KrnOnBelt n OBOR ... ... ... 28.16 24.47 3 25.60 +.2KrS CnTc n KEMQ ... ... ... 28.97 23.87 36 25.04 -1.9 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 5 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Friday, May 18, 2018

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KratonCp KRA ... ... 16 53.99 30.70 194 48.95 +1.6Kroger s KR .50 2.0 13 31.45 19.69 16018 25.30 -7.8KronosWw KRO .68 2.7 9 29.49 17.11 315 24.96 -3.1Kyocera KYO ... ... ... 71.92 53.79 8 60.76 -7.3L -L Brands LB 2.40 7.0 10 63.10 30.70 2812 34.05 -43.5L-3 Tch LLL 3.20 1.6 19 218.71 161.04 557 193.95 -2.0LCI Inds LCII 2.20 2.5 16 132.73 85.66 116 88.85 -31.7LG Display LPL ... ... ... 17.05 10.21 578 10.54 -23.4LGL Grp LGL ... ... 19 6.70 4.25 5.38 -4.2LMP CapIn SCD 1.24f 9.5 ...q 14.75 12.22 18 13.01 -6.7LSB Inds LXU ... ... ...dd 11.71 5.29 117 5.41 -38.2LSC Com LKSD 1.04f 8.4 ... 22.43 11.58 394 12.39 -18.2LTC Prp LTC 2.28f 5.8 17 52.85 34.46 348 39.06 -10.3LaQuinta LQ ... ... 69 21.06 13.62 1273 20.61 +11.6LaZBoy LZB .48 1.6 21 34.25 23.15 286 30.75 -1.4LabCp LH ... ... 21 181.72 137.83 626 176.30 +10.5LadderCap LADR 1.26 8.4 14 15.39 12.83 1070 15.08 +10.6LadThalFn LTS .04 1.1 ...dd 3.84 2.11 170 3.78 +19.6LadTh pfA LTSpA 2.00 7.9 ... 25.70 24.63 33 25.26 -.2LadThal27 n LTSL 1.63 6.7 ... 25.16 23.85 5 24.40 -2.1LambWst n LW .77 1.1 25 68.70 42.58 727 67.00 +18.7Lannett LCI ... ... 6 30.35 13.15 1293 16.20 -30.2LaredoPet LPI ... ... 4 13.46 7.41 4157 9.98 -5.9LVSands LVS 3.00 3.8 22 79.84 57.25 2211 78.06 +12.3LaSalleH LHO 1.80 5.7 17 31.88 24.10 873 31.65 +12.8LaSalH pfI LHOpI 1.59 6.5 ... 25.80 23.87 28 24.49 -2.4LaSalHt pfJ LHOpJ 1.58 6.5 ... 25.99 23.67 2 24.24 -5.8Latam Air LTM ... ... ... 17.39 10.80 723 13.41 -3.5LatAmDisc LDF .03e .3 ...q 13.25 10.09 2 10.63 -7.4LattDvMkt RODM .62e 2.1 ...q 31.02 26.80 79 29.60 +1.4LattEmMkt ROAM .43e 1.8 ...q 28.12 23.04 115 24.55 -4.7Latt RE n RORE ... ... ... 16.02 13.27 1 14.09 -9.1LattUSEqt ROUS .39e ... ...q 33.42 27.04 3 31.86 +1.9LattGblSC ROGS .57e 1.8 ...q 33.42 27.93 4 32.36 +2.5HrtLoVol n LVIN ... ... ... 29.40 25.52 0 28.03 +1.0LazGlobTR LGI .95 5.1 ...q 19.39 15.68 23 18.45 +2.5Lazard LAZ 1.76f 3.1 15 60.00 40.50 475 56.05 +6.8LazWldDiv LOR .69 6.2 ...q 12.63 10.74 11 11.10 -4.6LeafGrp LFGR ... ... ...dd 10.15 6.35 72 10.00 +1.0sLearCorp LEA 2.80f 1.4 15 202.42 135.62 544 202.67 +14.7Lee Ent LEE ... ... 5 2.75 1.75 38 2.30 -2.1LegacyAc n LGC ... ... ... 9.91 9.51 27 9.66 +.3LegacyA wt LGC/WS ... ... ... .45 .39 .40 -4.8sLegacyA un LGC/U ... ... ... 10.05 9.82 9 10.10 +1.6LeggMason LM 1.36f 3.5 11 47.13 36.24 770 39.13 -6.8LegMas56 n LMHA ... ... ... 28.47 25.57 39 25.77 -5.5LegM 5,4 56 LMHB ... ... ... 25.73 23.37 33 24.09 -4.6LMGblInco BWG 1.32a 10.5 ...q 13.74 12.46 12.54 -1.8LM IntLoV LVHI ... ... ... 29.13 25.85 1 27.64 -1.9LM EM LoV LVHE ... ... ... 31.44 26.58 2 28.76 +4.5LeggPlat LEG 1.52f 3.6 20 53.96 39.57 1597 41.88 -12.3LeGS3.5s34 JBK 1.59 6.2 ... 26.71 23.50 25.51 +1.5LeidosHld LDOS 1.28a 2.1 21 70.11 50.94 698 60.76 -5.9LejuHldgs LEJU .20e ... ...dd 3.14 .96 19 1.27 -11.8LendingClb LC ... ... ...cc 6.56 2.57 2353 3.41 -17.4LennarA LEN .16 .3 14 72.17 49.52 2533 51.30 -18.9LennarB LEN/B .16 .4 11 58.65 40.31 48 41.19 -20.3Lennox LII 2.56f 1.3 28 223.05 160.18 188 203.10 -2.5Leo Hld un LHC ... ... ... 10.90 9.40 10.09 +1.2LeucNatl LUK .40 1.7 43 28.30 21.61 1841 23.44 -11.5LevelBr n LEVB ... ... ... 5.52 3.50 42 4.76 +9.4LexRltyTr LXP .71f 8.8 10 10.65 7.59 1246 8.07 -16.4LexRT pfC LXPpC 3.25 6.6 ... 54.43 48.25 48.89 -4.8Libbey LBY .47 6.8 ...dd 10.30 4.60 129 6.94 -7.7LbtyASE USA .72e 11.3 ...q 6.80 5.51 595 6.37 +1.1LbtyASG ASG .38e 6.2 ...q 6.49 4.67 59 6.10 +10.1LibOilSv n LBRT ... ... 67 23.30 16.00 517 22.61 -1.3LibtProp LPT 1.60 3.8 15 45.40 37.77 649 42.42 -1.4LifeStorg LSI 4.00 4.4 31 93.16 69.00 271 90.01 +1.1LightInBox LITB ... ... ...dd 3.46 1.61 2 2.26 -1.7LilisEn n LLEX ... ... ...dd 5.60 2.96 300 4.29 -16.0LincNat LNC 1.32 1.9 10 86.68 63.10 1655 69.02 -10.2LincNtl wt LNC/WS ... ... ... 82.24 59.11 82.24 +8.5Lindsay LNN 1.20 1.2 47 100.40 83.37 65 96.96 +9.9LineCp n LN ... ... ... 47.81 33.91 61 35.88 -12.5LionsGat A LGF/A .09p ... ... 36.48 21.54 266 23.96 -29.1LionsGat B LGF/B ... ... ... 34.41 19.97 266 22.25 -29.9LiqTech LIQT ... ... ...dd .84 .25 662 .65 +14.4LithiaMot LAD 1.16f 1.2 12 127.99 86.05 336 98.07 -13.7LiveNatn LYV ... ... ...cc 49.11 33.13 1387 44.43 +4.4LloydBkg LYG .47a 13.2 ... 4.21 3.26 2737 3.58 -4.5LoanCore n LCRT ... ... ... LoanDpt n LDI ... ... ... LockhdM LMT 8.00 2.5 39 363.00 273.73 962 320.42 -.2Loews L .25 .5 15 53.59 45.01 722 51.45 +2.8LomaNeg n LOMA ... ... 17 26.89 13.27 335 15.35 -33.4LaPac LPX .13p ... 15 31.19 22.07 1007 27.77 +5.8Lowes LOW 1.64 1.9 20 108.98 70.76 3181 85.47 -8.0Lubys LUB ... ... ...dd 3.43 2.35 49 2.50 -5.3LumberLiq LL ... ... ...dd 41.33 19.41 1307 20.34 -35.2LuxferHld LXFR .50 3.6 ... 16.21 11.30 13.80 -12.7Luxoft LXFT ... ... 21 67.85 38.50 127 41.90 -24.8Lydall LDL ... ... 14 60.00 37.50 71 41.35 -18.5LyonBas A LYB 4.00f 3.4 10 121.95 78.01 2309 116.19 +5.3M -M&T Bk MTB 3.20f 1.7 21 197.37 141.12 544 184.25 +7.8M&T Bk wt MTB/WS ... ... ... 113.50 68.29 112.00 +14.8M&TBk pfA MTBp 63.75 6.3 ... 1090.00 1009.50 0 1006.57 -7.7M&TBk pfC MTBpC 63.75 6.2 ... 1086.00 1012.48 0 1029.52 MAG Slv g MAG ... ... ... 13.84 9.29 173 11.43 -7.5MBIA MBI ... ... ...dd 10.97 6.04 1150 8.67 +18.4MDC MDC 1.20 4.0 11 35.18 26.45 596 30.04 -5.8MDU Res MDU .79 2.9 23 29.28 24.29 463 27.51 +2.3MFA Fncl MFA .80 10.5 10 8.90 6.72 1050 7.64 -3.5MFA Fn42 MFO 2.00 7.8 ... 26.36 25.32 1 25.76 -2.3MFA pfB MFApB 1.88 7.5 ... 25.89 23.96 15 25.15 -.6MFC Bcp MFCB ... ... ...dd 9.62 5.69 15 6.34 -18.6tMFS CAMu CCA .60 5.9 ...q 14.00 10.25 5 10.24 -11.0MCR MCR .72a 9.1 ...q 8.76 7.90 164 7.91 -6.7MGF MGF .41 9.1 ...q 5.01 4.46 43 4.49 -6.3MFS HInM CXE .30 6.1 ...q 5.51 4.84 46 4.88 -6.9MFS HYMu CMU .28 6.1 ...q 4.89 4.37 18 4.56 -1.3MFS IHI CIF .25 9.4 ...q 3.03 2.60 102 2.64 -10.2MIN MIN .42 11.0 ...q 4.35 3.82 213 3.82 -8.0tMFS InvG CXH .50 5.5 ...q 10.33 9.20 43 9.18 -5.5MMT MMT .52 9.2 ...q 6.29 5.62 161 5.62 -7.4MFM MFM .38 5.9 ...q 7.41 6.41 84 6.50 -5.4tMFV MFV .58 10.0 ...q 6.84 5.71 26 5.78 -2.4MGIC Inv MTG ... ... 8 16.21 9.97 3468 10.78 -23.6MGMGrPr n MGP 1.68 ... ... 31.83 25.31 374 28.41 -2.5MGM Rsts MGM .48 1.5 9 38.41 29.53 10196 32.18 -3.6MI Homes MHO ... ... 13 37.41 24.08 249 28.22 -18.0MPG pfA MPGpA ... ... ... 25.85 MPLX LP MPLX 2.47f 6.9 33 39.38 30.88 1815 35.81 +1.0sMRC Glbl MRC ... ... 22 20.77 14.01 1035 20.66 +22.1MSA Safety MSA 1.52f 1.7 52 91.74 65.95 160 90.34 +16.5MSC Ind MSM 2.32 2.4 18 99.94 65.42 491 94.80 -1.9MSCI Inc MSCI 1.52 1.0 42 162.29 98.21 411 156.76 +23.9MSG Netw MSGN ... ... 9 26.30 16.25 361 19.95 -1.5MV OilTr MVO .76e 8.0 7 9.80 4.80 58 9.39 +11.8MVC Cap MVC .60 6.0 ...q 10.97 8.66 4 10.07 -4.6MVC 22 n MVCD 1.56 6.1 ... 27.25 25.12 4 25.51 -1.3MacQUtlDv MFD 1.20 9.9 ...q 14.75 11.44 38 12.12 -2.5MacQGInf MGU 1.48 6.5 ...q 26.50 21.32 22 22.63 -12.2Macerich MAC 2.96 5.4 30 69.73 52.12 859 54.59 -16.9MackCali CLI .80 4.6 8 28.51 15.86 511 17.55 -17.8Macquarie MIC 5.24e 14.1 7 79.51 36.20 1336 37.26 -42.0sMacys M 1.51 4.5 11 33.40 17.41 23437 33.84 +34.3MadCvCall MCN .72 9.6 ...q 8.15 7.09 10 7.50 -2.8MadSqGd n MSG ... ... 83 270.29 189.96 131 266.56 +26.4MadStSec MSP 1.04 8.7 ...q 12.33 10.72 3 11.93 +1.9MagellMid MMP 3.75f 5.4 20 75.82 54.82 1100 69.60 -1.9Magna g s MGA 1.32f 2.0 12 66.52 43.18 976 66.24 +16.9MagnaChip MX ... ... 7 13.40 8.40 220 10.85 +9.0Maiden prA MHpA 2.06 10.1 ... 25.81 18.80 20 20.47 -17.1Maiden pfC MHpC 1.78 9.3 ... 26.67 16.73 40 19.18 -21.5MaidnH pfD MHpD 1.68 9.5 ... 25.05 14.85 17 17.64 -15.8MaidenHld n MHLA .60 3.0 ... 27.28 16.68 9 20.06 -12.8MaidHld 43 MHNC 1.94 9.2 ... 27.34 18.64 9 21.15 -13.4MainStCap MAIN 2.28f 5.9 13 41.79 34.37 273 38.42 -3.3MainStC 23 MSCA 1.53 5.9 ... 26.50 25.23 25.79 +2.1MainSDTMu MMD 1.18 6.2 ...q 20.49 18.54 70 19.06 -3.9Majesco n MJCO ... ... ... 6.43 4.35 4 5.39 +.4Mallinckdt MNK ... ... ... 49.12 11.65 2689 16.07 -28.8MgdDInvG MZF .74 5.2 ...q 14.35 13.05 47 14.20 +5.7ManchUtd MANU .36 1.8 1 22.15 15.86 44 20.40 +3.0Manitowc rs MTW ... ... ... 44.03 21.48 622 26.81 -31.9ManngNap MN .32 10.3 13 4.95 2.95 37 3.10 -13.9ManpwrGp MAN 1.86 2.0 11 136.93 93.47 776 94.07 -25.4Manulife g MFC .44 ... ... 22.16 17.03 1773 19.46 -6.7sMarathnO MRO .20 .9 ...dd 21.68 10.55 10013 21.65 +27.9MarathPt s MPC 1.84 2.3 12 83.27 49.30 9675 80.71 +22.3MarcusMill MMI ... ... 24 38.26 23.54 236 37.61 +15.3Marcus MCS .60f 1.9 25 34.60 23.55 76 32.00 +17.0MarinSft rs MRIN ... ... ... 15.45 5.70 33 6.15 -43.8MarineP MPX .40f 2.5 29 17.12 12.00 9 16.32 +28.1MarineMx HZO ... ... 23 24.45 13.80 236 23.90 +26.5Markel MKL ... ... 64 1194.98 949.72 21 1123.01 -1.4MarriotVac VAC 1.60 1.4 19 154.14 107.58 340 117.69 -13.0MarshM MMC 1.50 1.9 23 86.54 74.52 1425 81.00 -.5MartMM MLM 1.76 .8 31 241.33 189.27 753 213.51 -3.4Masco MAS .42 1.1 19 46.45 35.79 3878 37.50 -14.7Masonite g DOOR ... ... 13 79.90 50.40 120 65.30 -11.9Mastec MTZ ... ... 12 55.53 38.40 570 49.45 +1.0MastechD MHH ... ... 20 16.93 6.13 10 16.58 +64.8MasterCrd MA 1.00 .5 44 194.72 117.58 2378 191.20 +26.3MatadorRs MTDR ... ... 26 35.22 20.13 1922 34.28 +10.1sMaterion MTRN .42f .7 36 56.55 33.15 85 56.25 +15.7MatinasB n MTNB ... ... ... 3.08 .43 101 .55 -52.3Matson MATX .80 2.4 6 40.32 21.63 167 33.68 +12.9MauiLand MLP ... ... 20 27.80 9.95 30 11.20 -35.3MaxarTc n MAXR 1.48 3.1 ... 67.30 42.11 212 47.33 -26.4Maximus MMS .18 .3 18 72.71 58.58 374 61.95 -13.5MaxLinear MXL ... ... 13 32.47 17.54 322 19.10 -27.7McClatch rs MNI ... ... ...dd 11.51 5.75 19 10.16 +13.8McCorm vot MKC/V 2.08f 2.0 ... 112.92 90.60 0 105.22 +4.7McCorm MKC 2.08f 2.0 16 111.46 90.25 1035 105.15 +3.2McDerI rs MDR ... ... 10 27.21 16.14 20.70 McDnlds MCD 4.04 2.5 24 178.70 146.84 2910 161.31 -6.3McKesson MCK 1.36 .9 12 178.86 134.25 1247 150.99 -3.2McEwenM MUX .01 .5 ...dd 2.94 1.82 1033 2.12 -7.0Mechel pf MTLp ... ... ... 1.34 .80 0 1.04 -1.0Mechel rs MTL ... ... ... 5.80 3.30 120 3.69 -29.8Medequit n MRT .84 8.1 ... 13.06 9.67 126 10.39 -7.4MedProp MPW 1.00f 7.6 15 14.19 11.82 1566 13.08 -5.1sMedifast MED 1.92 1.4 58 131.84 40.00 159 132.91 +90.4MedleyCap MCC .40m 11.0 6 6.65 3.48 181 3.65 -30.1MedleyC 23 MCV 1.53 6.1 ... 25.98 23.93 9 24.93 -1.2MedleyC 21 MCX 1.63 6.5 ... 26.39 25.02 0 25.25 -2.1Medley n MDLX .22p ... ... 25.09 23.76 2 24.19 -2.4Medley24 n MDLQ ... ... ... 25.66 24.51 2 25.25 +.2MedleyMgt MDLY .80 16.2 15 7.15 4.90 49 4.95 -23.8Mednax MD ... ... 12 63.04 40.56 734 47.55 -11.0Medtrnic MDT 1.84 2.2 34 89.72 76.41 3518 85.11 +5.4Merck MRK 1.92 3.3 22 66.41 52.83 7830 59.07 +5.0MercGn MCY 2.50 5.3 42 61.51 41.41 252 47.48 -11.2tMeredith MDP 2.18 4.4 12 72.25 48.80 685 49.15 -25.6 Meritage MTH ... ... 12 55.50 38.80 290 43.70 -14.6Meritor MTOR ... ... 7 29.54 14.97 1026 22.01 -6.2MerL pfK MERpK 1.61 6.2 ... 26.53 25.26 34 25.82 -1.0MerL pfP MERpP 1.84 7.0 ... 27.53 25.80 26.35 -3.0ML CZN46 PIY 2.09 12.7 ... 26.88 11.66 1 16.43 +11.7MLRRD29 PYS 1.58 8.2 ... 24.85 17.20 2 19.25 -4.9MLGS t PYT .76 3.4 ... 22.60 20.40 2 22.00 +5.0MLIdxPl33 IPB 1.51 5.5 ... 28.91 26.50 3 27.26 -1.6MesaRoyl MTR 1.46e 9.5 15 19.85 11.25 2 15.33 -16.9Mesab MSB 1.49e ... ... 30.92 12.95 128 25.45 +1.2Methode MEI .44 1.0 37 48.44 36.05 154 42.50 +6.0MetLife MET 1.68f 3.5 10 55.91 43.36 4076 48.18 -4.7MetLfe pfA METpA 1.02 4.1 ... 25.67 23.50 28 25.11 +1.1MetroBkH n MCB ... ... ... 51.30 36.35 27 49.28 +17.1MettlerT MTD ... ... 39 697.26 544.64 175 562.10 -9.3MexcoEn MXC ... ... ...dd 7.18 3.00 39 6.14 +56.3MexEqt MXE 1.62e .1 ...q 12.22 9.91 11 9.92 -3.4MexEqt pf MXEp ... ... ... 15.11 tMexicoFd MXF .60 4.0 ...q 18.24 15.00 42 14.92 -5.3MKors KORS ... ... 20 70.00 32.38 2036 66.71 +6.0MicrFoc n MFGP ... ... ... 36.21 12.67 1452 18.07 -46.2MicrSol n MICR ... ... ... 4.29 3.19 25 3.81 +8.9MidAApt MAA 3.48 3.9 16 110.95 85.16 420 88.24 -12.3MdAApt pfI MAApI 2.13 3.3 ... 68.51 61.56 65.30 -3.0MidsthBcp MSL .28m 1.9 ...cc 15.40 11.05 58 14.40 +8.7MidstPet MPO ... ... ... 19.04 10.87 111 14.09 -15.0Milacron n MCRN ... ... ... 22.62 15.09 258 20.17 +5.4MilestnSci MLSS ... ... ... 1.80 .64 20 .73 -38.2MHowHiInc HIE 1.39 11.6 ...q 14.17 10.93 71 11.94 -4.3MillerInds MLR .72 2.7 16 29.00 23.85 31 26.50 +2.7MinTech MTX .20 .3 17 77.15 62.55 234 72.55 +5.4MissP pfD MPpD 1.31 5.1 ... 27.67 24.63 0 25.47 -.8Mistras MG ... ... 36 23.83 17.00 31 19.29 -17.8MitsuUFJ MUFG ... ... ... 8.11 5.95 1326 6.55 -9.9MiX Tele MIXT .22e ... ... 21.00 5.62 168 19.19 +50.4MizuhoFn MFG ... ... ... 4.00 3.37 207 3.68 +1.1MobileTele MBT .53e 5.2 ... 12.80 7.77 1622 10.23 +.4Model N MODN ... ... ...dd 19.60 12.40 457 17.95 +14.0Modine MOD ... ... 14 25.75 12.40 166 18.30 -9.4Moelis&Co MC 1.88f 3.2 48 58.75 34.65 333 58.45 +20.5Mohawk MHK ... ... 16 286.85 206.74 782 211.84 -23.2MolinaHlth MOH ... ... ...dd 93.98 56.68 1304 87.09 +13.6MolsCoor A TAP/A 1.64 2.7 6 94.94 58.93 60.15 -28.4MolsCoorB TAP 1.64 2.7 10 97.50 58.75 2253 60.26 -26.6MonRE MNR .68 4.5 24 18.45 13.87 179 15.09 -15.2MonRE pfB MNRpB 1.97 7.9 ... 25.07 25.01 25.03 MonRE pfC MNRpC 1.53 6.5 ... 26.74 22.82 32 23.66 -5.5Monsanto MON 2.16 1.7 22 126.80 114.19 1937 125.49 +7.5Moodys MCO 1.76 1.0 37 174.80 114.48 464 171.54 +16.2Moog A MOG/A .25p ... 22 93.93 67.24 201 83.93 -3.4Moog B MOG/B .25p ... 21 91.71 68.69 82.75 -6.8MorgStan MS 1.00 1.8 14 59.38 41.07 4576 54.87 +4.6MorgSt pfE MSpE 1.78 6.3 ... 30.01 27.96 38 28.42 -1.9MorgSt pfF MSpF 1.72 6.3 ... 29.79 27.34 193 27.38 -3.7MorgSt pfI MSpI 1.59 6.0 ... 29.01 26.51 39 26.60 -4.5MorgS pfG MSpG 1.66 6.4 ... 28.17 25.75 11 26.02 -2.6MorgSt pfK MSpK ... ... ... 27.72 25.55 100 25.65 -5.4MS Asia APF .14e .8 ...q 19.99 16.13 4 17.76 -3.5MS China CAF 13.33e ... ...q 27.79 20.50 165 25.64 +9.7MS CushHi MLPY 1.28e 19.6 ...q 8.00 6.09 5 6.54 -7.4tMS EMD MSD .57e 6.3 ...q 10.27 8.98 33 8.98 -10.0tMSEMDDbt EDD .80m 11.2 ...q 8.37 7.20 239 7.16 -7.0MSEmMkt MSF .05e .3 ...q 19.86 15.97 19 17.30 -3.3MS icb ICB .54a 2.9 ...q 19.79 17.93 46 18.33 -.1MS India IIF .04e ... ...q 35.14 28.02 22 29.81 -10.1MSJCP97 HJV 1.75 14.8 ... 16.72 10.00 15 11.86 -3.9MkVRMB CNY ... ... ...q 49.12 38.95 45.72 +6.3MkVRupee INR .20p .5 ...q 45.42 39.52 0 39.61 -9.3MSDLEur URR ... ... ...q 21.49 16.65 18.64 +2.8MSDSEur DRR ... ... ...q 57.46 44.20 0 51.90 +7.2MorgSt pfA MSpA 1.01e 4.5 ... 24.50 21.49 53 22.55 -.4MosaicAc n MOSC ... ... ... 9.90 9.49 206 9.70 Mosaic MOS .10 .4 38 29.20 19.23 5085 28.02 +9.2MotrlaSolu MSI 2.08 2.0 20 111.91 80.97 1122 106.25 +17.6Movado MOV .80f 2.0 ...cc 42.25 20.50 136 40.65 +26.2Mueller MLI .40 1.3 22 37.57 25.26 201 29.96 -15.4MuellerWat MWA .20 1.7 27 12.99 9.59 737 11.89 -5.1MurphO MUR 1.00 3.1 ...dd 35.16 22.21 1809 31.87 +2.6MurphUSA MUSA ... ... 13 89.69 61.05 466 68.49 -14.8MyersInd MYE .54 2.7 40 24.60 15.40 521 19.80 +1.5Myomo n MYO ... ... ... 23.20 2.07 386 3.42 -8.8Myovant n MYOV ... ... ...dd 24.14 9.92 60 21.45 +69.7N -NCI BldSy NCS ... ... 22 21.20 13.05 265 18.55 -3.9NCR Corp NCR ... ... 28 43.24 26.00 1562 31.22 -8.1NGL EnPt NGL 1.56 14.3 ...dd 17.65 8.58 685 10.90 -22.4NGL En pfB NGLpB 2.25 9.4 ... 25.56 23.10 10 23.84 -2.3NL Inds NL ... ... 7 16.05 6.00 212 9.50 -33.3LinkMotion LKM ... ... 20 4.68 1.58 2.20 -45.3NRG Egy NRG .12 .4 54 35.17 15.53 3486 33.55 +17.8NRG Yld A NYLD/A 1.12f 6.5 35 19.91 15.30 198 17.22 -8.6NRG Yld C NYLD 1.24f 7.1 24 20.15 15.55 553 17.40 -7.9NTN Buzz rs NTN ... ... ...dd 8.40 3.01 8 5.00 +18.8NVR NVR ... ... 21 3700.00 2253.55 23 2980.32 -15.0nVent El n NVT ... ... ... 26.34 21.00 1133 24.99 +10.0Nabors NBR .24 2.8 ...dd 10.75 5.32 23188 8.61 +26.1NACCO NC .66 1.8 4 92.60 23.80 16 35.90 -4.6NamTai NTP .28 2.3 45 13.90 7.70 35 12.10 -3.6NanoViric NNVC ... ... ...dd 1.64 .48 234 .55 -38.1Nashville NASH .75e .7 ...q 29.66 25.34 29.00 +3.7sNatBkHldg NBHC .56f 1.5 32 37.41 30.10 183 37.79 +16.5NatFuGas NFG 1.66 3.2 16 59.92 48.31 262 51.38 -6.4NatGrid NGG 2.89e 5.0 ... 70.76 51.44 941 58.25 -1.0NtHlthInv NHI 4.00 5.8 16 81.60 62.71 95 69.27 -8.1NHltcre NHC 1.92f 3.0 24 74.80 57.00 29 64.76 +6.3sNOilVarco NOV .20 .5 ...dd 42.25 29.90 3214 42.93 +19.2NatPresto NPK 1.00a .9 15 121.40 88.80 51 108.25 +8.8NatRetPrp NNN 1.90 4.8 18 43.90 36.25 963 39.18 -9.2tNRetP pfE NNNpE 1.43 6.1 ... 26.38 23.48 23 23.53 -7.9NtRetP pfF NNNpF 1.30 5.8 ... 25.58 21.97 49 22.40 -10.7NatlStor n NSA 1.12 4.3 90 28.55 21.17 206 26.04 -4.5NtStorAf pfA NSApA ... ... ... 26.30 23.57 11 23.90 -8.2NtWst pfC NWpC 1.94 7.6 ... 26.60 25.48 25.59 Nationstar NSM ... ... 15 20.71 15.95 191 18.51 +.1NatxIntV n MVIN ... ... ... 47.10 43.78 45.32 +1.7NatGsSvcs NGS ... ... 72 29.55 22.40 19 24.35 -7.1sNatrlGroc NGVC ... ... 34 10.91 4.79 121 11.14 +24.7NatRsPt rs NRP 1.80 5.6 9 37.70 22.81 34 32.00 +23.1Natuzzi NTZ ... ... ... 3.00 1.41 9 1.60 +.2Nautilus NLS ... ... 18 19.25 11.30 334 15.70 +17.6NavideaBio NAVB ... ... ...dd .68 .21 168 .24 -34.5sNavigCons NCI ... ... 22 23.65 14.62 167 23.69 +22.1NavigatrH NVGS ... ... ... 13.25 7.00 87 11.10 +12.7NaviosAcq NNA .08 10.7 ...dd 1.65 .67 291 .75 -32.4Navios pfG NMpG 2.19 19.1 ... 19.99 10.18 6 11.47 -29.2Navios NM ... ... ...dd 1.90 .68 513 .78 -34.8NavMH pfH NMpH 2.16 18.9 ... 18.89 10.36 3 11.40 -30.1NavMMid NAP 2.00f 50.0 ... 11.17 3.26 123 4.00 -58.0NaviosMar NMM 1.69f 90.9 6 2.62 1.45 270 1.86 -21.2Navistar NAV ... ... ...cc 47.73 25.06 396 39.27 -8.4Navistr pfD NAVpD ... ... ... 23.12 9.33 23.04 +34.7NeenahP NP 1.64 2.0 18 95.40 75.20 105 81.20 -10.4sNelnet NNI .64 1.0 14 62.03 38.72 62 62.14 +13.4NeoPhoton NPTN ... ... ...dd 9.78 4.56 842 6.46 -1.8Netshoes n NETS ... ... ... 26.96 2.00 2089 2.34 -70.4Netw1Tch NTIP .10 3.5 95 4.60 2.25 20 2.85 +18.8tNBCAInt NBW .74 5.9 ...q 14.61 12.57 40 12.53 -7.9NeuB HYld NHS .96 8.7 ...q 12.35 10.84 23 10.99 -6.5NBIntMu NBH .90 6.6 ...q 16.00 13.42 23 13.61 -8.0NB MLP NML 1.26 13.9 ...q 9.05 NBNYInt NBO .58 5.0 ...q 13.06 11.46 3 11.62 -4.4NBRESec NRO .36 7.6 ...q 5.70 4.29 191 4.76 -13.9NevGCas UWN ... ... 28 2.86 1.87 5 2.48 -7.1NevroCorp NVRO ... ... ...dd 94.34 65.00 508 74.27 +7.6Nevsun g NSU .04 1.2 ...dd 3.86 1.96 546 3.44 +41.0NewAmHi HYB .78a 9.0 ...q 10.20 8.48 62 8.66 -7.9NewConcEn GBR ... ... 27 2.45 1.16 48 1.37 -12.1NE Realty NEN 1.00 1.5 2 75.25 66.55 0 67.25 -8.3NwGold g NGD ... ... ...dd 4.25 2.22 2951 2.30 -30.1NewHome NWHM ... ... 10 13.55 9.53 75 9.92 -20.8NwIreland IRL 2.15e 1.3 ...q 14.24 11.90 4 12.06 -3.8NJ Rscs s NJR 1.09 2.5 14 45.45 35.55 380 42.90 +6.7NewMedia NEWM 1.48 8.7 30 17.95 12.41 254 17.07 +1.7NwMtnFin NMFC 1.36 9.9 10q 14.85 12.05 127 13.80 +1.8NewOriEd EDU .40e ... 45 108.40 69.91 1071 93.66 -.4NewRelic NEWR ... ... ...dd 91.79 39.11 1155 90.13 +56.0NewResid NRZ 2.00 11.1 6 18.43 15.04 1564 18.01 +.7NewSenInv SNR 1.04 14.0 14 10.57 6.77 568 7.43 -1.7NY&Co NWY ... ... ...dd 4.31 1.28 150 3.94 +37.8NY CmtyB NYCB .68 5.6 14 14.53 11.48 3141 12.07 -7.3NY Cmt pfA NYCBpA ... ... ... 30.39 26.12 19 26.87 -6.0NYCmty un NYCBpU 3.00 6.1 ... 56.99 48.75 3 49.57 -2.3NY REIT rs NYRT 4.85c ... ... 19.81 15.04 100 17.75 NY Times NYT .16 .7 ...cc 25.70 16.95 2641 23.45 +26.8NewellRub NWL .92f 3.4 6 55.08 23.85 6866 27.02 -12.6NewdExp NFX ... ... 15 35.20 22.72 3581 29.34 -6.9NewMarket NEU 7.00 1.9 20 478.84 358.33 60 372.87 -6.2NewmtM NEM .56 1.4 30 42.04 31.42 3083 39.36 +4.9sNewpkRes NR ... ... ...dd 10.85 6.58 586 10.75 +25.0NexGen g NXE ... ... ... 2.85 1.65 218 1.91 -25.4NexaRsc n NEXA ... ... 13 21.20 15.27 18.82 -4.0NexPtCr rs NHF 2.40m 10.4 ...q 25.64 21.30 109 23.12 -8.6NxPtRsT n NXRT 1.00 3.7 9 29.40 22.84 43 27.01 -3.3NxtEraLP NEP 1.57f 3.7 30 45.38 33.47 219 42.84 -.6NextEra 72 NEEpI 1.28 5.2 ... 25.48 23.17 14 24.42 -2.2NextEra 73 NEEpJ 1.25 5.2 ... 25.62 22.88 13 24.15 -3.2NextEra76 NEEpK ... ... ... 25.99 23.62 39 24.89 -2.7NxtEra pfQ NEEpQ 3.19 4.6 ... 73.50 63.25 25 69.66 +.1NextEraEn NEE 4.44f 2.8 12 165.15 137.00 1487 156.42 +.1NxtEra pfR NEEpR ... ... ... 58.46 52.85 90 55.53 -1.2NiSource s NI .78 3.2 30 27.76 22.44 3054 24.36 -5.1NiaM pfB NMKpB 3.60 3.7 ... 104.75 94.00 96.20 +.1NiaM pfC NMKpC 3.90 4.0 ... 107.80 94.40 98.00 -1.1Nielsen plc NLSN 1.40f 4.5 18 43.61 29.65 3776 31.25 -14.1sNikeB s NKE .80 1.1 67 71.51 50.35 6055 70.94 +13.4sNoahHldgs NOAH ... ... 38 67.11 25.98 606 67.09 +45.0tNobilisH n HLTH ... ... ... 2.10 1.20 1457 1.20 -11.1sNobleCorp NE .08 1.4 ...dd 5.80 3.14 9970 5.85 +29.4sNobleEngy NBL .44 1.2 37 35.63 22.99 2919 36.25 +24.4NobleMid n NBLX 1.91e ... 13 57.98 41.90 197 51.35 +2.7NokiaCp NOK .19e 3.1 ... 6.65 4.51 8509 6.19 +32.8sNomadF n NOMD ... ... ... 17.86 13.05 1583 17.90 +5.9Nomura NMR ... ... ... 6.83 5.28 239 5.48 -5.8Norbord n OSB 1.29 3.2 ... 42.97 28.16 116 40.96 +21.1NordicAOff NAO .18 15.8 ... 1.60 1.02 158 1.14 -4.9NordicAm NAT .41e 18.5 ...dd 7.20 1.82 2697 2.21 -10.2Nordstrm JWN 1.48a 2.9 20 54.00 37.79 5068 50.91 +7.5NorkSo NSC 2.88 1.9 23 157.15 111.44 1323 152.48 +5.2NortelInv NTL .64e 1.3 ... 51.97 29.00 50.99 NoAmEn g NOA .08 ... ... 6.20 3.70 5.85 +18.2NEurO NRT .78e 8.8 10 9.40 5.94 28 8.90 +27.9NoWestCp NWE 2.20 4.1 16 64.47 50.01 416 53.26 -10.8tNDynMn g NAK ... ... ... 2.34 .70 2143 .68 -61.6NthnO&G NOG ... ... 30 2.97 .63 5451 2.40 +17.1NorthropG NOC 4.80f 1.5 34 360.88 248.58 1013 324.52 +5.7NStREur n NRE .60 4.3 ... 14.81 10.08 363 13.87 +3.3NwstNG NWN 1.88 3.2 ...dd 69.50 51.50 188 58.35 -2.2NorwCruis NCLH ... ... 16 61.48 49.52 2048 52.49 -1.4NovaBay rs NBY ... ... ...dd 5.00 2.25 7 2.85 -26.0NovaGld g NG ... ... ...dd 5.05 3.35 579 4.86 +23.7 Novartis NVS 2.75e 3.6 15 94.19 75.73 2099 77.15 -8.1NovoNord NVO .96e 2.0 ... 58.37 41.03 504 48.99 -8.7NOW Inc DNOW ... ... ...dd 18.37 9.12 1249 14.91 +35.2NuSkin NUS 1.47 1.9 38 79.40 53.50 409 79.30 +16.2Nucor NUE 1.52f 2.3 16 70.48 51.67 2824 65.76 +3.4tNush EnhYl NUAG ... ... ... 24.87 23.39 9 23.40 -4.2tNush 1-5yr NUSA ... ... ... 25.18 24.27 2 24.26 -2.0NushLCGr NULG ... ... ... 34.05 28.19 16 33.71 +8.0NushLCVal NULV ... ... ... 30.70 25.90 1 28.75 +.6NushMCGr NUMG ... ... ... 31.52 26.50 1 30.69 +4.5NushMCVal NUMV ... ... ... 29.85 25.08 3 28.01 -.7sNushSmCap NUSC ... ... ... 29.95 25.30 35 30.04 +5.6NushShTrm NURE ... ... ... 27.05 23.57 25.64 -2.7NushEsg ef NUDM ... ... ... 27.24 tNus AgBd n NUBD ... ... ... 25.60 24.04 3 24.05 -3.6NushEs ef NUEM ... ... ... 30.00 NustarEn NS 2.40m 10.6 22 47.99 19.22 473 22.65 -24.4NustEn pfA NSpA 2.13 9.3 ... 27.09 21.53 6 22.95 -7.6Nustar pfB NSpB 1.91 8.7 ... 25.75 20.00 15 21.96 -3.0Nustar pfC NSpC ... ... ... 26.43 22.31 28 23.88 -8.0NustarGP NSH 1.32m 10.5 ... 26.90 10.40 159 12.60 -19.7Nustar 43 NSS 1.91 7.5 ... 25.93 24.55 102 25.35 +1.4Nutrien n NTR .40p ... ... 54.35 40.41 1438 51.53 -.7tNuvNYVl2 n NYV ... ... ... 15.50 13.27 12 13.26 -7.5NuvCr22 n JCO ... ... ... 10.10 9.26 31 9.48 -.1Nuv Mun21 NHA ... ... ... 10.96 9.29 4 9.49 +.5NuvHiInO n NMZ ... ... ... 13.91 12.28 170 12.40 -8.9Nuv Pf22 n JPT ... ... ... 27.14 23.35 17 23.68 -5.7Nuv 11-21 n JHB ... ... ... 10.15 9.48 120 9.62 -3.4tNuvCA V2 n NCB ... ... ... 18.40 15.25 22 15.42 -9.3NvHiInDc19 JHD ... ... ... 10.36 9.72 39 9.84 -1.8Nuv RE In JRS ... ... ... 11.90 9.39 67 9.59 -14.8NuvMO Pr NOM ... ... ... 17.58 12.87 4 13.33 -4.4NuvAllCEn JMLP 1.37 16.6 ...q 10.12 6.79 37 8.25 -3.6tNuvAZ NAZ .80 6.3 ...q 15.43 12.62 63 12.66 -10.5NuvBldAm NBB 1.34 6.6 ...q 22.13 20.10 58 20.23 -8.0NBldAmOp NBD 1.30 6.0 ...q 23.08 21.50 12 21.63 -6.2NCaAMTFr NKX .86 6.4 ...q 16.17 13.30 82 13.40 -12.8NCADvA NAC .91 6.9 ...q 15.58 13.18 171 13.27 -7.3NCalMunV NCA .47 4.9 ...q 10.70 9.16 98 9.53 -6.5NuvCASel NXC .63a 4.6 ...q 17.17 13.51 11 13.77 -7.7NCTDv2 pfC NGKpC .26 2.6 ... 10.02 NCTPI NTC .68a 5.9 ...q 12.57 11.38 14 11.60 -2.7NuvCorEqA JCE 1.21a 7.9 ...q 16.19 13.95 23 15.24 +4.4NvCredStr JQC .62 7.6 ...q 8.81 7.90 359 8.08 -1.7NvDvrsDiv JDD 1.04 8.6 ...q 13.25 11.50 30 12.07 -1.8NuvDivA NAD .85a 6.5 ...q 14.46 12.92 320 13.03 -7.3NuvEnhM NZF .83a 6.3 ...q 13.17 -2.6NvDow30DO DIAX 1.06 5.5 ...q 19.79 15.43 83 19.33 +2.6NuEnMLP JMF 1.35 12.1 ...p 13.65 9.65 208 11.11 -2.5NEnhMuV NEV .96a 7.1 ...q 15.25 13.18 82 13.48 -5.1NuvFloat JFR .72 6.6 ...q 12.04 10.66 213 10.85 -3.2NuvFltOp JRO .76a 7.0 ...q 11.95 10.55 116 10.74 -5.8NvGADiv2 NKG .64a 5.7 ...q 13.55 11.29 10 11.33 -9.9tNuvGblHIn JGH 1.58 10.0 ... 17.45 15.86 77 15.86 -6.2NuvHi2020 JHY .68 6.9 ...q 10.50 9.67 62 9.82 -.9NuvHIDec18 JHA ... ... ...q 10.18 9.67 46 9.81 -1.1NuvEnhMu NVG ... ... ... 15.83 14.06 390 14.72 -4.7NNYAmtF NRK .70 5.8 ...q 13.44 11.88 157 12.00 -7.4NuvAmtFr NEA .75a 5.9 ...q 14.18 12.70 266 12.81 -6.8NuvIntMu NID .68 5.5 ...q 13.77 12.10 69 12.38 -4.7NvIntQMu NIQ .57 4.6 ...q 13.49 12.22 26 12.39 -3.7NMDPI NMY .67a 5.5 ...q 13.27 11.88 9 12.02 -4.5tNvMAP NMT .71a 5.6 ...q 15.00 12.60 7 12.62 -11.6NMIQI NUM .74 5.9 ...q 14.05 12.41 22 12.55 -5.4NuvMNMu NMS .80 5.9 ...q 17.00 13.49 1 13.59 -7.6NuvMtgOp JLS 1.52 6.5 ...q 26.33 23.16 7 23.41 -5.2NuMtgOp2 JMT 1.53 6.7 ...q 25.40 22.21 4 22.69 -4.4NuvMultM JMM .48 6.8 ...q 7.77 6.60 3 7.05 -7.5NvMuI NMI .50a 4.5 ...q 12.87 10.77 3 11.10 -4.0NuvMuVal NUV .39a 4.1 ...q 10.46 9.32 342 9.42 -7.0Nv AMT-Fr NUW .78a 5.0 ...q 18.59 15.50 41 15.50 -10.2NuvNJDiv NXJ .82a 6.3 ...q 14.04 12.86 102 12.95 -5.4NuvNJMV NJV .59a 4.2 ...q 15.45 14.55 14.14 -1.7NNYDvA NAN .80a 6.4 ...q 14.57 12.39 60 12.46 -9.9NNYMV NNY .39a 4.2 ...q 10.65 9.03 12 9.28 -2.3NuvNYSel NXN .55 4.3 ...q 14.37 12.58 1 12.74 -6.5NNCPI NNC .59a 4.9 ...q 13.67 12.06 31 12.09 -6.3NOHQI NUO .80 5.9 ...q 15.46 13.48 34 13.60 -7.1NvPA NQP .81a 6.5 ...q 13.78 12.34 61 12.44 -5.4NuvPaMV NPN .62a 4.2 ...q 16.81 14.85 14.77 -1.5NuvPf&Inc JPI 1.95a 8.2 ...q 25.61 23.00 46 23.70 -4.3NvPfdInco JPC .80 8.3 ...q 10.75 9.60 202 9.73 -5.9NuvQPf2 JPS .70 7.5 ...q 10.47 9.24 282 9.32 -8.6NuvREAst JRI 1.49a 9.1 ...q 19.00 15.75 68 16.30 -8.4NuvEqtP BXMX 1.00 7.1 ...q 14.54 13.00 142 14.07 -1.3NEqPrmG SPXX 1.04 5.7 ...q 19.00 14.92 67 18.37 +6.1NvSMM NIM .31a 3.2 ...q 10.55 9.49 12 9.60 -3.6NSTFI NXP .55a 3.9 ...q 15.16 13.85 28 14.08 -3.7NSTFI2 NXQ .53a 4.0 ...q 14.33 13.28 37 13.51 -3.1NSTFI3 NXR .55a 3.8 ...q 15.69 14.04 24 14.46 -4.8NuvSnIn NSL .42 6.5 ...q 6.98 6.28 132 6.50 -.2NuShDCrd JSD 1.16a 6.9 ...q 18.12 16.45 32 16.89 +1.6Nv TA Div JTD 1.23 7.2 ...q 18.44 15.66 10 17.01 -3.2NvTxATR JTA 1.04 7.7 ...q 14.69 12.50 91 13.45 -3.6NTXQI NTX .65 5.1 ...q 14.94 12.42 27 12.89 -10.1NVAPI NPV .65a 5.4 ...q 13.46 12.08 17 12.16 -5.1NuverEnv n NES ... ... ... 26.50 9.25 24 16.77 -7.8O -OCI Ptrs OCIP .70e 6.8 29 10.25 6.76 11 10.23 +27.1sOFG Bncp OFG .24 1.7 11 14.38 7.80 292 14.30 +52.1OFG pfA OFGpA 1.78 7.5 ... 25.70 21.39 4 23.80 -1.3OFG pfB OFGpB 1.75 7.5 ... 24.78 20.77 6 23.43 +6.2OFG pfD OFGpD 1.78 7.4 ... 25.24 21.29 1 24.00 +7.0OGE Engy OGE 1.33 4.0 18 37.32 29.59 1391 33.31 +1.2OM AsstM OMAM .32 2.1 16 18.62 13.20 15.35 -8.4ONEGas OGS 1.84 2.6 21 79.51 62.20 197 70.61 -3.6OaktreeC OAK 3.59e 9.0 11 48.50 38.80 181 39.90 -5.2sOasisMid n OMP 1.57 8.0 ... 19.65 15.57 170 19.69 +12.9sOasisPet OAS ... ... ...dd 12.34 6.69 8900 12.76 +51.7Obsidian g OBE ... ... ... 1.63 .82 3512 1.20 -3.2sOcciPet OXY 3.08 3.6 ...cc 86.14 57.84 4929 86.16 +17.0Oceaneerg OII .60 2.5 ...cc 27.55 17.11 1566 24.26 +14.8Och-Ziff OZM .87e 42.2 23 3.95 1.91 331 2.06 -17.6OcwenFn OCN ... ... ...dd 4.84 2.46 638 4.65 +48.6Oi SA C OIBR/C ... ... ... 9.71 4.76 12 5.72 +1.6OilStates OIS ... ... ...dd 38.95 20.23 965 38.00 +34.3Oil-Dri ODC .92f 2.5 18 50.82 33.61 16 37.09 -10.6OldRepub ORI .78 3.7 18 22.34 17.92 1216 20.92 -2.2Olin OLN .80 2.4 10 38.84 27.79 2247 33.19 -6.7Om Asst 31 OMAA 1.28 5.3 ... 25.09 22.66 24.13 -3.2OmegaHlt OHI 2.64 9.3 10 34.84 24.90 1510 28.37 +3.0Omnicom OMC 2.40 3.2 16 85.44 65.32 1182 74.30 +2.0Omnova OMN ... ... ...dd 11.90 8.10 247 10.10 +1.0OnAssign ASGN ... ... 31 86.13 44.66 81.88 +27.4OnDeckCap ONDK ... ... ...dd 6.36 3.43 210 5.91 +3.0OncoCyte n OCX ... ... ... 7.85 1.10 11 2.50 -46.2OneLibrty OLP 1.80 7.3 13 27.70 21.02 43 24.80 -4.3OneSmart n ONE ... ... ... 11.86 8.56 119 10.48 -3.9OneMain OMF ... ... 17 36.32 22.10 672 34.52 +32.8sONEOK OKE 3.18f 4.8 49 66.83 47.14 1730 66.52 +24.5Ooma n OOMA ... ... ...dd 12.75 7.30 19 11.30 -5.4OppLgCap RWL .72e 1.4 ...q 55.31 45.65 53 51.39 Opp RUT n OMFS ... ... ... 26.75 24.71 26.50 +1.5OppMidCap RWK .59e .7 ...q 64.10 53.65 7 61.19 +.8OppSmCap RWJ .59e .8 ...q 73.30 60.34 25 72.12 +3.2OppUltDiv RDIV 1.15e 3.1 ...q 37.95 32.12 44 36.89 +.8OpR1000V n OVLU ... ... ... 27.53 25.07 25.54 -4.0OpR1000L n OVOL ... ... ... 26.19 24.80 25.34 -2.3OpR1000S n OSIZ ... ... ... 27.42 25.05 25.82 -1.6OpR1000Y n OYLD ... ... ... 26.20 24.36 25.43 -3.0Op R1000D n OMFL ... ... ... 27.47 24.74 1 26.24 +.5OpIntRev n REFA ... ... ... 30.89 25.65 0 28.43 +2.1OpGlbRv n RGLB ... ... ... 30.09 25.62 0 28.05 +.6Opp Rev n ESGL ... ... ... 33.09 27.88 2 30.93 -.4OppGlRv n ESGF ... ... ... 33.63 28.24 0 31.41 +.1OppenFin RWW .58e .9 ...q 74.63 57.67 1 68.16 -1.2OpEMRev n REEM ... ... ... 30.65 25.82 27.96 +.6OppenHldg OPY .44 1.5 ...dd 29.10 15.35 38 28.95 +8.0Oracle ORCL .76 1.6 57 53.48 43.74 10153 46.54 -1.6Oragenics rs OGEN ... ... ... 6.80 .60 Orange ORAN .41e 2.4 ... 18.57 15.82 237 17.22 -1.0OrbitATK OA 1.28 1.0 23 134.59 95.84 792 133.52 +1.5OrchidIsl ORC 1.08e 15.0 38 10.52 6.77 519 7.18 -22.6OrchidsPP TIS 1.40 25.4 9 15.74 5.05 60 5.52 -56.9OrientPap ONP ... ... 3 2.45 .75 18 1.15 -10.9OrionECarb OEC .72 ... ... 30.25 17.15 567 27.70 +8.2OrionGpHl ORN ... ... ...dd 8.38 5.17 57 7.30 -6.8Orix IX ... ... ... 100.03 77.52 20 89.67 +5.8OrmatTc ORA .49 .9 31 70.68 51.39 223 53.32 -16.6OshRusS n OUSM ... ... ... 27.78 24.76 206 26.97 -.3OshIntQ n ONTL ... ... ... 29.06 25.73 1 27.00 -2.3OshkoshCp OSK .96 1.3 17 100.26 62.87 401 76.48 -15.9OsiskoGl n OR .20 ... ... 14.39 9.31 317 10.07 -12.9OutfrontM OUT 1.44 7.3 11 25.30 17.75 682 19.84 -14.5OversSh wi OSG/WI ... ... ... 2.75 OverSh rs OSG ... ... ... 4.08 1.67 392 3.56 +29.9OwensMin OMI 1.04 6.2 10 32.76 14.26 551 16.90 -10.5OwensCorn OC .84 1.3 20 96.52 60.62 1651 65.57 -28.7OwensIll OI ... ... 14 25.90 17.95 1915 18.55 -16.3OwensRM ORM .80f 5.0 11 18.72 13.71 17 16.00 -.1OxfordInds OXM 1.36f 1.7 20 84.32 52.62 82 80.03 +6.4P-QsPBF Engy PBF 1.20 2.7 13 42.41 18.48 3041 44.40 +25.2PBF Logist PBFX 1.96f 10.1 10 22.30 17.75 212 19.35 -7.6PCM Fund PCM .96 8.3 ...q 12.13 10.15 41 11.60 +.3PG&E Cp PCG 2.12f 5.0 7 71.57 37.30 4979 42.22 -5.8PGT Inc PGTI ... ... 25 19.60 11.15 747 19.45 +15.4PHH Corp PHH ... ... ...dd 15.00 8.01 175 10.74 +4.3PIMCO1-3Tr TUZ .34a .7 ...q 50.80 49.84 2 49.85 -.9Pimc1-5Tip STPZ .53e 1.0 ...q 52.53 51.49 21 51.56 -.8Pim15TIPS LTPZ .42e .7 ...q 69.37 64.23 15 64.55 -6.8tPimBrdTIPS TIPZ .80e 1.4 ...q 61.03 56.74 2 56.64 -2.7PimLwDur LDUR 2.82e 2.0 ...q 101.52 99.30 9 99.68 -.7tPimcoTR BOND 6.13e 6.0 ...q 107.65 102.07 50 101.99 -3.8Pim0-5HYCp HYS 5.21e 5.2 ...q 101.95 97.52 314 99.87 -.6tPimIGBd CORP 3.12a 3.1 ...q 106.25 99.57 27 99.63 -5.7PimShMat MINT .82e .8 ...q 101.87 101.39 849 101.52 PimIntMu MUNI 1.26 2.4 ...q 54.58 52.31 44 52.56 -2.0tPimSTMun SMMU .47e .9 ...q 50.80 49.50 5 49.66 -.4Pim25yrZro ZROZ 3.07e 2.9 ...q 124.10 106.57 11 107.49 -11.5PJT Part n PJT .20 .4 ...dd 55.99 35.47 114 54.31 +19.1PLDT Inc PHI 1.60e 6.1 ... 38.54 25.50 43 26.01 -13.5PNC pfP PNCpP 1.65 6.1 ... 30.06 26.65 44 26.87 -5.1PNC pfQ PNCpQ 1.34 5.4 ... 25.79 24.15 21 24.85 -2.0PNC PNC 3.00 2.0 14 163.59 116.63 1527 150.65 +4.4PNC wt PNC/WS ... ... ... 89.25 49.95 88.25 +13.5PNM Res PNM 1.06 2.8 19 46.00 33.75 339 37.80 -6.6POSCO PKX ... ... ... 93.12 58.50 224 83.49 +6.9PPDAI n PPDF ... ... ...dd 13.68 6.39 418 8.08 +13.6PPG s PPG 1.80 1.7 18 122.07 100.36 1293 104.41 -10.6PPG wd PPG/WD ... ... ... 138.47 PPL Cap 73 PPX 1.48 5.9 ... 26.75 24.83 9 25.03 -2.2tPPL Corp PPL 1.64 6.1 12 40.20 26.88 6451 26.74 -13.6PQ GrpH n PQG ... ... 32 17.65 12.88 255 15.46 -6.0PS BusPk PSB 3.40 2.9 29 137.60 107.91 61 116.07 -7.2 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page6 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Friday, May 18, 2018

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PSBPk pfU PSBpU 1.44 5.9 ... 25.99 24.36 11 24.59 -2.6PSBPk pfV PSBpV 1.42 5.9 ... 26.65 24.06 10 24.38 -3.6PS BusP pfY PSBpY ... ... ... 24.78 22.04 9 22.10 -10.2PS BusP pfX PSBpX 1.31 5.7 ... 25.50 22.32 45 22.93 -9.2PS BsPk pfW PSBpW ... ... ... 25.77 22.23 4 22.59 -10.5PVH Corp PVH .15 .1 20 163.78 100.37 1038 156.24 +13.9PcrTrnd750 PTLC ... ... ...q 30.73 25.55 114 29.26 +2.2PcrTrnd450 PTMC ... ... ...q 32.86 27.62 57 31.97 +2.8PcrTrnd100 PTNQ ... ... ...q 33.90 26.38 26 32.66 +8.0PacrCash n GCOW ... ... ... 34.59 29.33 11 31.22 -.8PacrTrendp PTEU ... ... ... 33.39 28.11 21 29.68 -3.3Pacr Wlth n PWS ... ... ... 27.67 23.99 11 26.25 +4.0sPac Cash n CALF ... ... ... 28.03 22.60 1 28.20 +8.0PacDvCsh n ICOW ... ... ... 31.03 25.13 8 29.52 +.6PacCashCow COWZ ... ... ... 28.80 PacifCstOil ROYT .15e 6.7 5 2.75 1.36 623 2.18 +12.4PacDrill rs PACD ... ... ...dd 2.16 .37 .38 PacGE pfA PCGpA 1.50 6.0 ... 33.49 21.19 6 25.18 -10.7PacGE pfB PCGpB 1.37 5.9 ... 33.00 22.05 11 23.48 -9.1PacGE pfC PCGpC 1.25 5.9 ... 29.01 20.60 4 21.32 -13.3PacGE pfD PCGpD 1.25 6.0 ... 26.95 20.01 1 20.90 -13.5PacGE pfE PCGpE 1.25 6.2 ... 29.48 20.30 0 20.30 -17.6PacGE pfG PCGpG 1.20 5.9 ... 32.05 19.11 2 20.18 -17.9PacGE pfH PCGpH 1.12 5.8 ... 29.54 18.65 3 19.44 -15.7PacGE pfI PCGpI 1.09 5.7 ... 26.84 19.00 0 19.00 -15.7Pacif pf PPWp 5.00 5.0 ... 100.26 PackAmer PKG 3.16f 2.6 19 131.13 99.23 946 120.33 -.2Pagsegur n PAGS ... ... ... 39.97 30.32 1318 32.96 +4.0PalatinTch PTN ... ... ...dd 1.59 .34 2014 1.19 +38.5PaloAltNet PANW ... ... ...dd 207.94 115.01 845 200.02 +38.0PampaEng PAM ... ... ... 72.98 46.25 530 54.20 -19.4Pandora P ... ... ...dd 9.98 4.09 8568 7.41 +53.7PanhO&G PHX .16 .7 ...cc 25.30 17.65 33 21.60 +5.1ParPetr rt PARR/r ... ... ... .06 ParPetrol PARR ... ... 56 21.94 15.90 17.87 -7.3ParTech PAR ... ... 34 16.45 7.31 103 13.97 +49.4ParaGold n PZG ... ... 4 1.80 1.16 9 1.51 +16.2ParamtGp PGRE .40f 2.8 ... 16.79 13.70 615 14.41 -9.1Paretem rs TEUM ... ... ...dd 3.59 .50 1087 2.45 +18.4ParkEl PKE .40 2.0 46 20.50 13.88 52 19.90 +16.7ParkHot n PK 2.20f 7.2 ... 30.84 23.91 2720 30.44 +5.9ParkNatl PRK 3.84f 3.3 19 116.75 92.42 35 114.85 +10.4ParkDrl PKD ... ... ...dd 1.60 .49 1084 .59 -41.2ParkerHan PH 3.04f 1.7 22 212.80 152.01 890 178.32 -10.7ParsleyEn PE ... ... 54 33.43 21.12 7021 32.14 +9.2PartRe pfF PREpF 1.47 5.8 ... 26.24 24.70 1 25.17 -1.6PartRe pfG PREpG 1.63 6.2 ... 27.59 25.81 6 26.30 -2.0PartRe pfH PREpH 1.81 6.5 ... 30.82 26.81 15 27.64 -3.6PartRe pfI PREpI 1.47 5.8 ... 27.08 24.91 4 25.26 -3.9PartyCity n PRTY ... ... 13 17.00 9.50 1322 14.70 +5.4PaycomSft PAYC ... ... 96 118.45 62.17 942 101.69 +26.6sPeabodyE n BTU .60 1.4 ... 41.98 22.58 1412 42.11 +7.0PeabEn pfA BTUp 2.13 ... ... Pearson PSO .80e 6.4 ... 12.51 7.62 369 12.41 +26.4Pebblebrk PEB 1.52 4.0 22 39.74 30.15 624 38.09 +2.5Pebble pfC PEBpC 1.63 6.6 ... 26.05 23.93 5 24.48 -3.1Pebbleb pfD PEBpD 2.09 8.6 ... 26.43 24.11 10 24.37 -5.4Pedevco rs PED ... ... ... 1.15 .26 182 .34 +6.3Pembina g PBA 1.50 ... 26 36.99 29.28 430 34.74 -4.0PengthE g PGH .04 ... ...dd 1.23 .54 258 .84 +6.0Penney JCP ... ... 7 5.63 2.35 73602 2.69 -14.9PennaRE PEI .84 8.7 13 13.02 8.86 607 9.66 -18.8PenRE pfB PEIpB 1.84 8.2 ... 25.77 20.21 4 22.45 -10.8PenRE pfC PEIpC 1.80 8.4 ... 26.98 19.44 76 21.43 -17.2PenRE pfD PEIpD 1.72 8.3 ... 25.83 19.01 5 20.69 -17.6PennyMFn PFSI ... ... 6 25.20 16.00 204 20.20 -9.6PennyMac PMT 1.88 10.2 19 18.59 14.87 356 18.50 +15.1Penny pfA PMTpA 2.03 8.0 ... 25.84 23.11 8 25.48 +1.0PennyM pfB PMTpB ... ... ... 25.45 23.68 16 25.10 -.3Penske PAG 1.40f 2.9 12 54.83 38.33 451 48.63 +1.6Pentair PNR .70 1.5 14 74.84 43.51 1835 45.72 -35.3sPenumbra n PEN ... ... ...dd 155.50 77.75 174 155.35 +65.1PerfFood n PFGC ... ... 22 36.25 25.40 497 35.20 +6.3PerkElm PKI .28 .4 29 84.49 61.78 336 74.40 +1.8PermRck n PRT ... ... ... 16.69 15.00 133 15.80 +1.9Prmian PBT .56e 5.6 28 10.30 7.80 82 10.08 +13.6Perrigo PRGO .76 1.0 ...dd 95.93 63.68 693 75.86 -13.0PetChina PTR .70e .9 ... 82.33 60.69 84 77.94 +11.4PetroArg PZE .07e ... ... 14.80 9.34 24 11.26 -17.1sPetrbrsA PBR/A ... ... ... 14.98 6.96 11570 14.11 +43.5Petrobras PBR ... ... ... 17.20 7.61 34135 16.48 +60.2Pfenex PFNX ... ... ...dd 8.42 2.07 128 7.58 +185.0Pzer PFE 1.36 3.8 14 39.43 31.67 12349 35.71 -1.4Pzer wd PFE/WD ... ... ... 28.25 PhlpsSelEn DSE 1.26 21.4 ... 7.74 4.89 145 5.89 +.7PhilaEn n PESC ... ... ... PhilipMor PM 4.28 5.3 21 123.55 79.40 5713 81.04 -23.3PhilipsNV PHG .88e 2.1 ... 43.24 34.99 1411 42.73 +13.0sPhillips66 PSX 3.20f 2.6 28 119.16 75.85 3570 121.87 +20.5Phill66LP PSXP 2.71f 5.4 19 56.48 44.40 194 50.60 -3.3PhoenixCo n PFX ... ... ... PhxNMda FENG ... ... 92 8.14 2.43 558 5.51 -15.1PhysRltTr DOC .92f 6.3 38 21.85 14.13 1288 14.60 -17.8PiedmOfc PDM .84 4.7 8 21.80 16.69 909 17.84 -9.0Pier 1 PIR .28 12.3 12 5.92 2.15 2952 2.28 -44.9PimUS Eq n MFUS ... ... ... 29.49 25.01 6 28.24 +2.3Pim IntEq n MFDX ... ... ... 28.41 25.32 3 27.05 +1.2PimEmMkt MFEM ... ... ... 28.32 24.30 4 25.68 -1.9PimcoCA PCQ .92 5.8 ...q 17.89 14.43 26 15.86 -8.2PimcoCA2 PCK .65 8.0 ...q 10.42 8.01 61 8.09 -20.4PimcCA3 PZC .72 7.3 ...q 12.97 9.55 29 9.89 -5.3PimcoCp&I PCN 1.35 7.9 ...q 17.95 15.84 79 17.15 -.3PimCpOp PTY 1.56a 8.6 ...q 18.29 15.86 238 18.06 +9.7PimDyCrd PCI 1.97 8.6 ...q 23.53 21.61 366 22.92 +2.1PimDyInco PDI 2.65a 8.6 ...q 31.61 28.60 247 30.82 +2.6PimcIncStr PFL 1.08 9.0 ...q 12.44 11.15 46 11.97 +2.5PimIncStr2 PFN .96 9.0 ...q 10.89 10.00 76 10.61 +1.7PimStPls PGP 2.20 15.9 ...q 19.85 12.37 38 13.81 -10.2PimcoHiI PHK 1.24 15.4 ...q 8.96 7.19 317 8.04 +7.8PimIncOpp PKO 2.28a 8.4 ...q 27.85 24.50 27 27.09 +4.6PimcoMuni PMF .98 7.5 ...q 14.23 12.29 87 12.97 -.2PimcoMu2 PML .78 6.1 ...q 13.56 11.80 76 12.75 -3.3PimcMu3 PMX .75 6.7 ...q 12.28 10.76 66 11.38 -1.7PimcoNY PNF .68 5.9 ...q 13.63 11.26 34 11.62 -9.1PimcoNY2 PNI .80 7.6 ...q 12.51 10.42 11 10.45 -12.9PimcNY3 PYN .63 7.4 ...q 10.27 8.52 2 8.53 -14.0PimcoStrIn RCS .96 10.0 ...q 10.65 8.62 104 9.56 +4.1PinnaclFds PF 1.30 2.0 13 66.67 52.25 568 63.65 +7.0PinWst PNW 2.78 3.6 18 92.42 73.81 686 76.37 -10.3PionDvrsHi HNW 1.38 9.4 ...q 16.86 14.64 20 14.69 -6.7sPionEnSvc PES ... ... ...dd 5.70 1.60 1283 5.95 +95.1PionFltRt PHD .72 6.3 ...q 12.22 11.27 230 11.38 -.8PionHiIn PHT 1.14 12.0 ...q 10.12 9.29 64 9.49 -2.3PioMuAdv MAV .84 7.7 ...q 11.88 10.50 64 10.89 -4.2PioMunHi MHI .84 7.4 ...q 12.35 11.10 94 11.31 -4.6sPioNtrl PXD .32f .2 ...cc 206.85 125.46 1373 212.31 +22.8PiperJaf PJC 1.50f 1.9 13 99.80 52.75 60 77.25 -10.4PitnyBw PBI .75 8.2 6 16.13 8.30 1746 9.19 -17.8PitnyBw 43 PBIpB 1.67 7.0 ... 26.96 21.46 101 24.10 -1.2PivotSft n PVTL ... ... ... 19.62 15.11 1376 18.18 +15.6PlainsAAP PAA 1.95 7.9 32 28.42 18.38 1963 24.83 +20.3PlainsGP rs PAGP 1.70 ... 40 28.77 18.98 1483 24.84 +13.2PlanetFit n PLNT ... ... 2 41.67 20.60 981 40.90 +18.1sPlantron PLT .60 .9 23 68.79 41.28 287 69.59 +38.1PlatfmSpc PAH ... ... 15 14.82 9.09 6551 11.25 +13.4tPlatGpM rs PLG ... ... 1 1.23 .13 1813 .13 -57.2PlayAGS n AGS ... ... ... 24.04 16.66 131 22.90 +23.8PlymInd n PLYM 1.50 8.4 ...dd 19.00 16.20 7 17.77 -3.8PlymInd pfA PLYMpA 1.88 7.6 ... 26.07 23.68 1 24.60 -2.2PolarStarR PSRT ... ... ... Polaris PII 2.40 2.2 29 137.66 82.77 625 110.77 -10.7PolyMet g PLM ... ... ...dd 1.36 .57 107 .79 -8.1PolyOne POL .70f 1.6 20 47.48 34.15 177 43.60 +.2PortGE POR 1.45f 3.7 19 50.11 39.02 691 39.66 -13.0PostHldg POST ... ... 47 88.93 70.66 435 76.73 -3.2PowrREIT PW ... ... ...dd 8.69 5.50 4 6.01 -2.4PwREIT pfA PWpA ... ... ... 26.55 25.02 25.50 -.4PS AlphaQ PQY ... ... ...q PSActUSRE PSR 2.33e 2.0 ...q 83.71 72.60 1 76.23 -7.1PS SPXDn PHDG .41e 1.3 ... 34.48 24.96 4 28.26 +3.6PS GrMult PSMG ... ... ... 14.48 12.82 0 13.95 +.9PS BalMul PSMB ... ... ... 13.94 12.78 3 13.47 PS ModCon PSMM ... ... ... 14.45 12.79 2 13.05 -.5PS Consrv PSMC ... ... ... 12.98 12.60 12.74 -.9tPSCrudeDS DTO ... ... ...q 173.13 58.80 2 58.80 -33.7PwSBMetS BOS ... ... ...q 20.70 13.07 17.00 -14.1PSBMetDL BDD ... ... ...q 11.60 6.21 9.50 -9.8PSBMetDS BOM ... ... ...q 13.14 4.24 7.61 +2.5sPSCrudeLg OLO ... ... ...q 6.41 3.71 1 6.37 +25.0PSCrudeSh SZO ... ... ...q 100.57 57.13 0 57.41 -25.1sPwshDB DBC ... ... ...q 18.12 13.69 1645 18.14 +9.2PwShCurH DBV ... ... ...q 24.90 21.17 1 24.24 +2.2sPS Engy DBE ... ... ...q 17.11 10.78 1127 17.16 +18.1PS PrcMet DBP ... ... ...q 40.26 35.71 4 37.80 -1.8PS Silver DBS ... ... ...q 27.91 23.50 0 25.16 -3.3PS Agri DBA ... ... ...q 20.37 18.18 220 18.66 -.5sPS Oil DBO ... ... ...q 12.56 7.40 837 12.56 +23.7PS Gold DGL ... ... ...q 43.28 38.49 84 40.79 -1.4PS BasMet DBB ... ... ...q 19.94 15.29 63 18.74 -3.5PS USDBull UUP ... ... ...q 25.29 23.09 797 24.59 +2.3PS USDBear UDN ... ... ...q 23.27 21.32 34 21.95 -1.9PShPuLgGr PXLG .42e .8 ...q 50.50 38.93 16 49.07 +8.0PShPuLVal PXLV .76e 2.0 ...q 40.74 35.41 7 38.71 PSAerDef PPA .50e .9 ...q 59.40 45.19 47 56.60 +5.0PwShBio PBE .57e 1.1 ...q 54.28 41.36 8 51.37 +8.9PS BldCns PKB .07e .2 ...q 36.44 28.22 34 30.65 -11.6sPwSClnEn PBW .07e .3 ...q 26.99 4.07 36 26.76 +5.5sPS EnEx PXE .50e 1.9 ...q 25.99 17.35 131 26.66 +16.4PwSFoodBv PBJ .41e 1.2 ...q 34.97 30.89 4 32.86 -2.9PwSLgCG PWB .21e .5 ...q 45.22 35.31 44 44.81 +8.0PwSLgCV PWV .69e 1.9 ...q 40.51 34.88 363 36.68 -5.5PwShLeis PEJ .15e .3 ...q 46.77 39.50 25 46.23 +4.6PowShMkt PWC .97e 1.0 ...q 103.21 84.32 1 100.95 +6.0PwShMda PBS .27e .9 ...q 31.86 26.74 2 30.19 +7.4PwSMidGr PXMG .19e .4 ...q 48.71 35.66 30 48.15 +13.4PwSMidVal PXMV .64e 2.1 ...q 32.07 28.87 3 30.97 -1.1PwShNetw PXQ ... ... ...q 52.75 42.37 1 52.04 +12.5sPS OilSv PXJ .28e 2.6 ...q 10.69 7.99 40 10.64 +11.5PwSPharm PJP 3.84e 4.2 ...q 71.42 57.93 31 64.98 +1.3PS Retail PMR .34e .9 ...q 40.82 32.00 0 37.61 +1.1sPwSSmGr PXSG .08e .2 ...q 35.61 27.86 23 35.82 +11.5PwSSmVal PXSV .60e 1.9 ...q 32.10 27.39 1 31.91 +3.6PwSSemi PSI .04e .1 ...q 58.15 41.22 41 54.06 +7.1PwShSoft PSJ .10e .1 ...q 75.90 54.75 9 74.34 +17.1PSS&PQlty SPHQ .38e 1.2 ...q 32.41 27.54 123 30.41 -.1sPwSZMicro PZI .15e .7 ...q 20.00 17.23 4 20.23 +4.6PSWHPrgE PUW .17e .6 ...q 28.11 24.08 0 26.19 -3.1PSPrivEq PSP .66e 5.3 ...q 13.52 11.71 184 12.34 -.9PSFinPf PGF 1.11 6.1 ...q 19.17 18.01 224 18.26 -3.2PSCleantch PZD .44e 1.0 ...q 45.28 38.08 2 44.58 +5.5PSR2KEqW EQWS .41e .9 ...q 45.14 37.76 44.54 +2.6PSRslMdC EQWM .49e 1.0 ...q 50.09 42.99 1 48.82 +2.3PSRussl200 EQWL .80e 1.5 ...q 56.31 46.82 1 53.33 +.6PS US1K PRF 1.91e 1.7 ...q 120.82 102.03 155 113.88 +.3PS EmgInf PXR .50e 1.3 ...q 41.00 33.63 1 37.15 +.2PS US Ag n PBND ... ... ... 25.01 24.06 24.06 -3.8PS Dv exNA PBDM ... ... ... 27.90 25.06 25.92 -.4PS USA SC n PBSM ... ... ... 27.92 24.80 27.92 +5.0PS USA Pt n PBUS ... ... ... 28.95 25.70 27.14 +1.6PS SP500 n SPMV ... ... ... 28.51 25.24 27.22 -1.1PS Rs1000 n USEQ ... ... ... 29.01 24.69 2 27.55 -.2PS SP SC n XSHQ ... ... ... 28.90 24.10 28.50 +5.6 PS SP Val n SPVM ... ... ... 30.41 25.05 28.65 -.9PS SP IntD IDHD ... ... ... 30.80 27.75 29.07 +.5PS SC High XSHD ... ... ... 26.03 23.12 1 24.49 -2.7PS TrCol n CLTL ... ... ... 106.03 105.27 1 105.89 +.6PS LowVRot DWLV ... ... ... 33.00 27.33 7 32.38 +4.0tPSBldABd BAB 1.31 4.5 ...q 30.98 29.34 44 29.32 -4.5PS LowVol XRLV .46 1.3 ...q 36.20 29.82 11 34.18 +.6PSR1KEqW EQAL .39e 1.2 ...q 32.78 27.97 20 31.61 +1.3PS VarPfd VRP 1.20 4.8 ...q 26.49 24.86 275 24.98 -2.7PS SCLowV XSLV .73e 1.6 ...q 48.33 42.32 103 46.67 +.9PS MCLwV XMLV .64e 1.4 ...q 46.85 42.05 63 45.57 +.4PS SPX HiD SPHD 1.30 3.3 ... 43.25 38.14 268 39.83 -6.1PS EMLwV EELV .60e 2.3 ...q 27.59 23.61 40 25.77 +1.7PS EMkMom EEMO ... ... ... 22.52 17.03 2 20.02 -2.4PSS&PMom SPMO ... ... ...q 38.04 28.86 9 36.88 +7.2PS IntLwV IDLV 1.11e 3.3 ...q 35.35 31.82 93 33.42 -.7PSS&PVal SPVU ... ... ...q 37.53 30.64 10 34.96 +.6PSSPIntDv IDMO .59e 2.1 ...q 30.54 24.48 28.75 +2.1PSShTHYB PGHY 1.08 4.6 ...q 24.53 23.19 101 23.62 -.9PS YuanDS DSUM .77 3.2 ...q 24.73 22.07 18 24.25 +4.8tPS FdIGBd PFIG .67 2.7 ...q 26.70 24.55 48 24.62 -3.7PS SrLoan BKLN 1.01 4.8 ...q 23.32 22.96 3261 23.09 +.2PS SP LwV SPLV .85 1.8 ...q 49.36 43.88 594 46.43 -2.7PS SP HiB SPHB .49e 1.1 ...q 46.04 36.07 73 44.49 +4.7PS IntlBd PICB .57 2.1 ...q 28.77 25.77 10 26.49 -4.0PS CEFInc PCEF 1.91 8.3 ...q 24.24 22.35 97 23.05 -3.6PSVrdoTF PVI ... ... ...q 26.18 24.51 1 24.92 PShCalMu PWZ .80 3.1 ... 26.50 25.41 15 25.66 -2.7PShNYMu PZT .86 3.6 ... 24.80 23.71 4 23.87 -3.2PShNatMu PZA .87 3.5 ... 25.90 24.84 163 24.98 -3.2PSHYCpBd PHB .84 4.5 ...q 19.14 18.34 201 18.45 -2.6PwShPfd PGX .86 6.0 ...q 15.20 14.10 1151 14.39 -3.2PShEMSov PCY 1.50 5.6 ... 30.23 26.69 1842 26.95 -8.8PShGClnEn PBD .17e 1.3 ...q 13.78 11.53 3 13.10 -.3PSEmgMkt PXH .49e 2.2 ...q 25.32 19.49 388 22.41 +.4PSDvMxUSs PDN .53e 1.5 ...q 36.59 30.66 7 35.15 +2.2PSDvxUS PXF 1.11e 2.4 ...q 48.75 41.18 30 46.11 +1.6PShIntlDev IDHQ .33e 1.3 ...q 25.51 22.10 2 24.49 +1.3PSAsxJ PAF 1.91e 3.3 ...q 62.67 53.79 0 58.63 -.5PSIndia PIN .12e .5 ...q 27.95 22.54 13 24.60 -6.8PSS&PBW PBP 1.07e 3.4 ...q 23.00 19.67 81 21.73 +1.3Praxair PX 3.30 2.1 36 166.95 127.36 1520 159.86 +3.3sPrecDrill PDS .28 ... ...dd 4.00 2.26 2080 4.03 +33.4PfdAptCm APTS 1.02f 7.3 ...dd 22.71 13.60 326 14.01 -30.8Prestige rs PBH ... ... 3 269.50 27.84 1201 35.01 -21.2Pretium g PVG ... ... ... 12.44 6.17 982 7.00 -38.7Primerica PRI 1.00 1.0 13 108.05 70.00 195 97.45 -4.0PrinEdgAIn YLD .75e ... ...q 42.10 39.36 1 40.25 -2.5PrinActGl GDVD ... ... ... 29.52 25.15 0 28.35 +1.3Prin Cont n PVAL ... ... ... 26.97 25.45 25.51 +.1Prn MegC n USMC ... ... ... 28.10 24.58 6 25.87 -1.5PrinSpec n PREF ... ... ... 101.70 95.90 7 96.23 -4.1PrincREstI PGZ 1.32m 7.8 ...q 19.52 16.21 28 16.85 -2.0PrinEq n PEM ... ... ... tProAssur PRA 1.24a 3.1 22 63.45 39.78 313 39.95 -30.1ProLogis PLD 1.92 3.0 24 67.53 55.17 2824 63.28 -1.9ProPetr n PUMP ... ... ... 22.88 10.84 2357 20.49 +1.6ProShtDow DOG ... ... ...q 17.87 13.89 592 14.72 -1.5ProShtMC MYY ... ... ...q 12.71 10.71 1 10.86 -3.1PrUltDow s DDM .79e .6 ...q 152.41 93.60 310 130.15 -1.5ProUltMC MVV .11e .1 ...q 136.15 96.87 9 127.63 +3.8PrUltQQQ s QLD ... ... ...q 91.48 56.21 1296 83.36 +13.7ProUltSP s SSO .40e .4 ...q 125.72 86.72 1222 111.61 +2.0PrUShCnG SZK ... ... ...q 17.35 12.80 3 16.37 +20.3ProShtHY SJB ... ... ...q 23.91 22.91 11 23.23 +.5ProUShBM SMN ... ... ...q 18.74 11.73 5 12.54 -5.0tPro20 yrT UBT 1.13e 1.6 ...q 86.90 70.45 8 70.02 -16.2tPro7-10yrT UST .42e .8 ...q 60.83 51.95 48 51.94 -9.5tProSShOG DDG ... ... ...q 27.58 20.95 0 20.71 -9.9ProSShFn SEF ... ... ...q 13.70 10.90 9 11.36 -1.8ProLCCre s CSM .67e 1.0 ...q 71.46 59.01 18 68.01 +1.9ProUltTl s LTL ... ... ...q 56.39 35.57 0 38.00 -12.0ProHdgRep HDG ... ... ...q 46.26 43.93 13 45.73 +.9ProUltEM EET ... ... ...q 114.48 68.94 4 88.65 -5.7ProRaLS RALS .62e 1.7 ...q 38.35 36.43 36.70 -2.4sProUSL7-10T PST ... ... ...q 23.75 20.50 120 23.82 +10.5ProShtEafe EFZ ... ... ...q 28.00 23.78 2 24.97 -2.0ProShtEM EUM ... ... ...q 21.20 16.23 393 17.94 -.1ProUltEafe EFO ... ... ...q 150.78 111.23 1 133.77 +.9ProUEurop UPV ... ... ...q 66.95 48.62 59.84 +2.1ProShtBM SBM ... ... ...q 21.23 16.90 17.42 -1.5ProUltSEM EEV ... ... ...q 11.76 6.82 25 8.16 -2.5ProUltRE s URE ... ... ...q 68.58 50.79 29 56.83 -13.8ProUltFin s UYG .51e .4 ...q 143.58 93.80 12 127.72 -.2ProShtRE REK ... ... ...q 17.94 15.62 2 16.85 +6.5ProShtChi50 YXI ... ... ...q 23.50 16.42 1 18.15 -5.7ProUltSem s USD ... ... ...q 162.32 77.16 11 143.26 +17.0ProUltUt s UPW ... ... ...q 54.09 37.86 6 41.35 -12.1PrUltTech s ROM ... ... ...q 111.39 63.94 40 103.01 +17.4ProUltJpn EZJ ... ... ...q 151.38 101.17 0 131.77 +1.1sProUltO&G DIG .46e 1.0 ...q 46.10 28.35 78 46.48 +17.4ProUltInd s UXI ... ... ...q 83.64 54.98 0 70.89 -2.9PrUltHCr s RXL .63e .7 ...q 107.49 70.98 1 88.07 -.2ProUCnsSv s UCC ... ... ...q 99.90 64.24 0 87.07 +6.9PrUCnsGd s UGE ... ... ...q 52.04 37.81 0 39.09 -20.3ProUBasM UYM .15e .2 ...q 82.75 53.74 6 73.10 -1.3PrUlPR2K s URTY ... ... ...q 95.99 56.50 160 94.03 +14.2PUltM400 s UMDD .03e ... ...q 134.39 80.45 1 119.69 +2.4sProUltSC s SAA ... ... ...q 110.60 75.95 0 112.09 +11.3ProUPD30 s UDOW ... ... ...q 116.82 56.19 776 90.14 -4.4sProUlR2K s UWM ... ... ...q 78.13 54.70 128 78.00 +10.4sProSht20Tr TBF ... ... ...q 23.78 21.58 985 23.77 +8.7PUltSP500 s UPRO .21e .1 ...q 172.45 99.15 1711 141.44 +.9ProUChin50 XPP ... ... ...q 113.86 59.43 5 86.40 +3.0PrUSSilv s ZSL ... ... ...q 40.09 27.80 39 33.16 +5.6PUVixST rs UVXY ... ... ...q 48.88 8.52 18173 11.54 +13.0ProVixST rs VIXY ... ... ...q 47.40 21.24 1096 28.81 +24.4PS ShCrd rs OILD ... ... ... 138.96 31.56 35.52 sPS Crde n OILU ... ... ... 61.48 14.90 252 61.64 +65.6sPrUCrude rs UCO ... ... ...q 33.48 12.36 3966 33.55 +43.1PrUltYen rs YCL ... ... ...q 65.77 56.16 2 58.28 +1.4PrSUltNG rs BOIL ... ... ...q 63.95 25.20 26.50 PVixMTFut VIXM ... ... ...q 30.12 19.88 14 22.41 +6.0PrUltSilv AGQ ... ... ...q 39.51 28.47 98 31.11 -8.1PrUltShN s KOLD ... ... ...q 52.12 26.59 71 40.58 +2.3ProUShGld GLL ... ... ...q 80.66 63.08 6 70.74 +2.4PrSUShAus CROC ... ... ...q 51.74 42.20 0 49.04 +7.3PrUltShYen YCS ... ... ...q 76.95 64.93 3 73.18 -2.4ProSUltGold UGL ... ... ...q 44.38 35.62 20 39.11 -3.8ProShtVx s SVXY ... ... ...q 139.47 9.53 7341 13.41 -89.5tPrUShCrd s SCO ... ... ...q 52.16 15.89 1360 15.86 -35.4ProShtEuro EUFX ... ... ...q 42.85 38.37 1 41.00 +2.5ProUltEuro ULE ... ... ...q 18.97 15.34 5 16.52 -5.4ProUShEuro EUO ... ... ...q 24.37 19.46 85 22.24 +4.9ProctGam PG 2.87f 3.9 19 94.67 70.73 8051 73.96 -19.5ProgsvCp PGR .69e 1.1 22 62.99 41.26 3645 60.36 +7.2ProsHldg PRO ... ... ...dd 34.91 21.36 189 33.85 +28.0ProShtQQQ PSQ ... ... ...q 40.94 31.45 523 32.45 -8.8ProShSP rs SH ... ... ...q 34.06 28.14 1843 29.37 -2.7PrUShSP rs SDS ... ... ...q 52.48 35.66 3799 38.35 -6.6PrUShDow DXD ... ... ...q 12.48 7.52 1329 8.33 -4.1PUShtMdC MZZ ... ... ...q 24.14 16.91 3 17.32 -7.6PUShtQQQ QID ... ... ...q 17.87 10.37 4059 10.92 -18.4tPrShRs2K rs SRTY ... ... ...q 50.00 25.78 353 25.60 -20.9PrUShD3 rs SDOW ... ... ...q 33.70 15.67 2459 17.92 -8.1PUltShtF rs FINZ ... ... ...q 15.50 6.47 7.22 -10.9PrSUlhGM rs GDXS ... ... ...q 18.19 12.07 1 14.61 +4.4ProUShL20 TBT ... ... ...q 39.86 32.99 4338 39.63 +17.3tPrShR2K rs RWM ... ... ...q 48.51 39.64 145 39.57 -6.4PrUShHC rs RXD ... ... ...q 36.46 24.68 1 28.48 -5.3PrUShCnS rs SCC ... ... ...q 30.80 20.44 0 21.37 -11.7PrUShRE rs SRS ... ... ...q 37.33 28.35 22 32.72 +11.9tPUShtR2K TWM ... ... ...q 23.16 15.17 1018 15.09 -13.6tPrUShtSC SDD ... ... ...q 21.14 13.71 2 13.35 -14.5PUShChi50 FXP ... ... ...q 25.79 12.37 22 14.77 -13.6PS DecRt n EMTY ... ... ... 38.59 31.27 2 33.52 +.1PUShtIndl SIJ ... ... ...q 22.83 14.55 2 16.28 -3.3PS OnlSt n CLIX ... ... ... 50.04 37.63 18 46.89 +19.3PrShtSmC SBB ... ... ...q 39.75 32.28 32.36 -5.7PUPShtMC SMDD ... ... ...q 15.02 8.80 0 9.02 -10.1sPrSh K1 n OILK ... ... ... 25.96 16.51 48 26.00 +20.1PUShtEur EPV ... ... ...q 37.85 26.83 2 29.21 -5.7PUShtSPX SPXU ... ... ...q 16.49 9.19 7741 10.07 -11.4PrUOGEx rs UOP ... ... ...q 24.77 16.57 18.82 PUShtJpn EWV ... ... ...q 35.15 22.75 24.89 -5.9ProSPDvA NOBL 1.00e 1.6 ...q 67.98 56.89 145 62.76 -2.0PUltShEafe EFU ... ... ...q 27.50 19.90 21.44 -5.9PrUGMin rs GDXX ... ... ...q 50.96 33.56 3 37.12 -11.8PrUltBra rs UBR ... ... ...q 107.88 51.76 12 69.74 -10.7PrSht20yTr TTT ... ... ...q 31.13 25.95 71 30.83 +15.9ProGblInf TOLZ 1.63e 3.9 ...q 44.51 39.30 1 41.45 -3.3tPUltShOG DUG ... ... ...q 53.46 30.05 115 29.18 -21.2PS MngdF FUT ... ... ... 41.47 39.00 40.21 -.1PrGPrEq bt PEX 1.53e 4.2 ...q 43.79 34.68 3 36.68 +2.4ProEurDiv EUDV .15p ... ...q 44.13 39.62 2 42.54 +1.9PHYIntH bt HYHG 3.16 4.7 ...q 70.99 65.87 3 67.64 +.6ProSPxTch SPXT .23p ... ...q 55.03 47.55 4 51.99 -.6ProSPxHC SPXV .24p ... ...q 59.27 50.12 0 57.39 +5.4ProMerger MRGR .12e .3 ...q 36.45 34.73 35.41 -2.3ProSPxFin SPXN .23p ... ...q 56.41 49.37 54.48 +.4ProSPxEgy SPXE .22p ... ...q 59.30 44.29 1 56.57 +.2PrUltPFn FINU .29e .3 ...q 134.30 60.50 24 101.90 -3.3PrUltPFn s FINU/WI ... ... ...q PrS HdJp n HGJP ... ... ... 30.04 PrIGIntH bt IGHG 2.15 2.8 ... 78.88 75.16 34 75.99 -1.4sProSht7-10y TBX ... ... ...q 29.70 27.55 27 29.77 +5.2ProUShHm HDZ ... ... ...q 14.35 ProUHome HBU ... ... ...q 20.75 PrUSOGEx SOP ... ... ...q 17.88 13.33 16.08 PrUShBrz s BZQ ... ... ...q 15.40 6.41 768 9.03 -1.4PrSPMCDv REGL .65e 1.2 ...q 56.00 49.97 11 53.69 -1.5ProSR2KDv SMDV .47e ... ...q 58.30 51.18 22 55.13 -.1PSSTEm bt EMSH 4.88e 6.5 ... 79.67 74.29 75.08 -2.4ProUltHY UJB 1.72e 2.7 ...q 68.07 62.89 64.63 -1.4PrUShtUtl SDP ... ... ...q 31.15 22.19 12 28.05 +11.2PrUltShtTc REW ... ... ...q 23.63 12.49 10 12.99 -21.1PrUShtFn SKF ... ... ...q 29.44 18.61 18 19.89 -4.8Pro CovBd n COBO ... ... ... PUShtSem SSG ... ... ...q 17.63 7.35 8 7.74 -25.4ProMornAlt ALTS .38e 1.0 ...q 39.39 36.94 8 37.74 -.7Pro30BEI RINF .58e 2.0 ...q 29.48 26.66 3 29.26 +5.5ProDivGro EFAD .70e 1.9 ...q 37.52 PS EMkDv EMDV ... ... ... 64.49 51.81 4 58.05 -.9ProCdNASh WYDE ... ... ...q 33.66 32.10 32.54 +.4Pr GBIGl n GGOV ... ... ... ProsCap 24 PBB 1.56 6.1 ... 26.50 25.21 5 25.63 -1.0ProspBcsh PB 1.44 1.9 19 79.20 55.84 302 74.64 +6.5Protalix PLX ... ... ...dd .99 .39 205 .42 -36.5ProtLf n PLpE 1.50 ... ... ProtoLabs PRLB ... ... 62 128.22 62.60 110 118.60 +15.1Provect wt PVCT/WS ... ... ... .02 ProvidFS PFS .80 2.9 19 28.76 23.19 139 27.32 +1.3ProvMtgC PMCA ... ... ... Prudentl PRU 3.60 3.5 11 127.14 95.83 2300 102.61 -10.8Prudentl18 PFK .65 2.6 ... 25.90 24.92 24.99 -.4PrudFn 52 PJH 1.44 5.7 ... 26.45 24.90 17 25.26 PrudtlF 53 PRH 1.43 5.7 ... 26.41 24.90 19 25.12 -.7PruSDHiY GHY 1.32 9.6 ...q 15.26 13.70 105 13.74 -4.6PruUK pf PUKp 1.69 6.5 ... 27.17 25.66 4 26.07 -.5PruUK pfA PUKpA 1.63 6.2 ... 27.21 25.47 12 26.15 +.2Prud UK PUK 1.49e 2.9 ... 55.36 44.67 123 51.97 +2.3tPruShHiY ISD 1.32 9.4 ...q 15.66 14.00 108 14.04 -4.9 PSEG PEG 1.80 3.6 17 53.28 41.67 2547 49.56 -3.8PubStrg PSA 6.80 3.3 22 219.93 180.48 598 203.84 -2.5PubSt pfU PSApU 1.41 5.7 ... 25.57 24.59 17 24.84 -1.2PubSt pfV PSApV 1.34 5.5 ... 25.67 23.63 16 24.40 -3.2PubSt pfW PSApW 1.30 5.5 ... 25.67 22.92 45 23.73 -5.0PubSt pfX PSApX 1.30 5.5 ... 25.79 22.93 8 23.70 -5.2PubSt pfY PSApY 1.59 6.1 ... 27.83 25.72 7 25.92 -2.6PubSt pfZ PSApZ 1.50 5.9 ... 27.56 25.38 77 25.57 -3.3PubSt pfG PSApG ... ... ... 25.63 22.49 19 23.76 -4.8PubSt pfF PSApF 1.29 5.4 ... 25.69 22.00 32 23.83 -4.8PubSt pfE PSApE 1.23 5.2 ... 25.48 22.29 12 23.47 -5.7PubSt pfD PSApD 1.24 5.3 ... 25.41 22.39 36 23.63 -5.6PubSt pfC PSApC ... ... ... 26.45 23.05 42 24.27 -4.7PubSt pfB PSApB ... ... ... 26.69 23.90 15 24.89 -3.1PubSt pfA PSApA 1.47 5.8 ... 27.79 25.32 8 25.37 -4.4PulteGrp PHM .36 1.2 17 35.21 22.52 4361 29.58 -11.0sPureStrg n PSTG ... ... ...dd 23.85 9.91 3803 23.88 +50.6sPutHiInSec PCF .37 4.0 ...q 9.31 8.60 26 9.27 +2.8PMMI PMM .44 6.2 ...q 7.72 6.89 123 7.00 -5.5PMIIT PIM .31 6.5 ...q 4.89 4.61 57 4.77 PMOT PMO .71 6.2 ...q 12.85 11.44 82 11.55 -6.5PPrIT PPT .31 5.7 ...q 5.68 5.05 173 5.49 +3.0PzenaInv PZN .41e 4.3 21 13.15 8.25 33 9.46 -11.3Q2 Hldgs QTWO ... ... ...dd 58.60 31.95 175 57.80 +56.9sQEP Res QEP .08 .6 38 13.14 7.02 3963 13.19 +37.8QIAGEN QGEN ... ... 39 36.34 30.20 424 35.09 +13.4QTS RltTr QTS 1.64 4.8 31 61.55 31.58 626 34.38 -36.5QuadGrph QUAD 1.20 6.1 10 31.29 17.73 385 19.74 -12.7QuakerCh KWR 1.48f 1.0 31 165.93 129.98 42 154.16 +2.2QuaCare QCP ... ... ... 22.91 12.25 2265 20.92 +51.5QuanexBld NX .16 .9 23 24.60 16.50 116 17.40 -25.6QuantaSvc PWR ... ... 25 40.11 30.23 1123 36.72 -6.1QntmDSS rs QTM ... ... 46 8.75 3.32 157 3.66 -35.0Qu Insp100 n BIBL ... ... ... 29.74 25.14 54 26.90 +3.1QnForSm n FFSG ... ... ... 27.15 24.51 23 26.16 +1.4QnForTcG n FFTG ... ... ... 26.55 24.19 16 25.34 -.9Sage Esg ef GUDB ... ... ... 49.13 MainSecR n SECT ... ... ... 29.56 24.41 59 28.42 +3.9InspCpBd n IBD ... ... ... 27.94 24.07 2 24.32 -3.6QuaInsp n ISMD ... ... ... 28.21 23.78 47 28.08 +6.2QuaInsLg n BLES ... ... ... 30.44 25.93 57 28.91 +1.7tFormInco n FFTI ... ... ... 27.57 23.92 36 23.93 -4.1FrmHdGr n FFHG ... ... ... 29.49 24.03 15 28.24 +2.5QuanReal n QXRR ... ... ... 26.19 23.44 0 25.51 +.9QuanDyn n XUSA ... ... ... 28.95 25.12 28.49 +2.0QuanMulT n QXTR ... ... ... 26.83 24.56 0 26.39 +1.4QuanMulIn n QXMI ... ... ... 26.53 24.73 0 25.18 -2.0QuanGrw n QXGG ... ... ... 29.10 25.62 1 27.91 +.4Qudian n QD ... ... ... 34.91 9.55 1295 11.89 -5.2QstDiag DGX 2.00f 2.0 20 112.97 90.10 706 101.71 +3.3sQuintEn n QES ... ... ... 10.00 7.10 99 9.67 +7.4QuormHl n QHC ... ... ... 10.00 2.91 337 4.86 -22.1QuotientTc QUOT ... ... ...dd 17.85 10.35 301 13.60 +15.7Qwest 54 CTV 1.72 7.6 ... 26.40 20.64 20 22.57 -4.1Qwest 9-51 CTW 1.88 7.4 ... 25.89 24.20 59 25.34 +.6Qwest 4-52 CTX 1.75 7.5 ... 25.95 21.27 23 23.22 -2.3Qwest 7-52 CTU 1.75 7.3 ... 25.79 21.36 15 23.81 +.3Qwest53 CTY 1.53 7.4 ... 25.57 18.66 20 20.65 -6.1Qwest 25 CTZ 1.66 7.6 ... 25.96 20.17 16 21.73 -4.0Qwest 56 CTAA ... ... ... 27.77 21.51 28 24.98 +1.1Qwest57 n CTDD ... ... ... 25.97 20.51 46 22.06 -3.6Qwest56 n CTBB ... ... ... 25.60 19.86 48 21.78 -3.3R -RAIT pfA RASpA 1.94 21.9 ... 21.76 5.90 8.84 -27.2RAIT pfB RASpB 2.09 24.1 ... 23.77 6.21 8.66 -31.2RAIT pfC RASpC 2.22 22.9 ... 25.39 6.35 9.70 -26.7RAIT Fn 24 RFT 1.91 11.3 ... 24.49 15.99 16.91 -11.4RAITFn 19 RFTA 1.78 8.6 ... 25.22 16.60 20.66 -8.2RELX NV s RENX .45e 2.1 ... 23.30 19.96 99 21.31 -7.6RELX plc s RELX .54e 2.5 ... 24.03 20.31 959 21.91 -7.6RH RH ... ... 63 109.53 41.52 614 101.93 +18.2RLI Corp RLI .88f 1.3 27 67.55 50.34 104 66.86 +10.2RLJ LodgT RLJ 1.32 6.1 12 23.96 18.68 1582 21.49 -2.2RLJ Lod pfA RLJpA .49 1.9 ... 28.85 25.23 14 25.30 -6.3RPC RES .40 2.0 26 27.07 16.70 1473 19.56 -23.4RPM RPM 1.28 2.5 18 56.69 46.36 780 50.88 -2.9RSP Perm RSPP ... ... 86 51.51 28.76 1503 49.00 +20.5RYB Edu n RYB ... ... ... 31.80 15.50 142 16.53 -2.1RadianGrp RDN .01 .1 10 23.49 14.06 1187 16.39 -20.5RadiantLog RLGT ... ... 68 6.59 3.46 347 4.08 -11.3tRadLog pfA RLGTpA 2.44 9.6 ... 27.50 25.36 2 25.50 -1.5RafaelHl n RFL ... ... ... 9.01 3.05 76 8.28 +69.0RLauren RL 2.00 1.8 19 119.33 66.06 1173 113.62 +9.6RamcoG RPT .88 7.8 9 15.00 11.15 372 11.27 -23.5RamcG pfD RPTpD 3.63 7.4 ... 58.62 48.87 1 49.17 -14.7RangeRs RRC .08 .5 17 25.96 11.93 8358 15.67 -8.1RngrEnS n RNGR ... ... ...dd 15.70 6.88 82 8.53 -7.6RJamesFn RJF .88f .9 21 99.26 71.35 1393 98.66 +10.8RayAdvM RYAM .28 1.4 25 22.96 12.52 779 19.55 -4.4RayAdv pfA RYAMpA 2.00 1.5 ... 157.11 98.70 134.92 -6.3Rayonier RYN 1.00 2.7 40 39.14 27.60 841 37.42 +18.3Raytheon RTN 3.47f 1.6 30 229.75 158.32 1110 210.62 +12.6RealityETF DIVY .46p ... ...q 28.89 25.25 20 26.83 +2.9RltDvcDiv LEAD ... ... ...q 34.32 27.90 3 32.48 +1.7RealDivc n DFND ... ... ...q 28.60 24.70 0 27.12 -.5RealDivG n GARD ... ... ...q 26.84 21.56 25.22 +.9Realogy RLGY .27p 1.1 16 35.18 23.52 1131 24.64 -7.0RltyInco O 2.53 4.9 29 60.05 47.25 1206 51.72 -9.3ReavesUtl UTG 1.82 6.4 ...q 36.73 27.13 123 28.15 -9.0ReavesU rt UTGr ... ... ... .55 .09 .14 RedHat RHT ... ... 89 173.58 86.26 1522 161.08 +34.1RedLionH RLH ... ... ...dd 11.70 6.15 86 10.45 +6.1RedwdTr RWT 1.12 6.8 12 17.45 14.29 364 16.40 +10.7Reeds REED ... ... ... 3.35 1.30 102 2.65 +71.0RegalBel RBC 1.12f 1.4 16 87.50 67.84 212 80.30 +4.8RegalEnt RGC .88a 3.8 24 23.17 13.90 22.99 -.1RgcyCtrs REG 2.22f 3.9 20 70.64 54.87 951 56.27 -18.7RgcyC pfG REGpG 1.50 6.0 ... 25.59 25.12 25.20 RegHlthPr RHE ... ... 4 1.16 .16 407 .23 +34.1tRegHlt pfA RHEpA 2.72 59.6 ... 22.90 5.18 21 4.56 -43.0sRegnlMgt RM ... ... 16 36.44 19.49 90 36.31 +38.0RegionsFn RF .36 1.9 18 20.21 13.03 8104 19.32 +11.8Regions pfA RFpA 1.59 6.2 ... 26.20 25.23 13 25.67 +1.3Regns pfB RFpB 1.59 5.8 ... 29.82 26.40 15 27.19 -4.4Regis Cp RGS ... ... ...cc 17.46 9.09 125 16.58 +7.9ReinsGrp RGA 2.00f 1.3 13 165.12 122.37 326 150.35 -3.6ReinsGp42 RZA 1.55 5.7 ... 30.06 26.54 27 27.22 -1.1ReinsG56 n RZB 1.44 5.7 ... 29.86 25.33 14 25.42 -9.2RelStlAl RS 2.00 2.1 21 95.97 68.46 813 95.40 +11.2RELM RWC .08 2.3 18 4.80 3.40 25 3.50 -1.4RemaxHld RMAX .80f 1.5 59 67.50 43.85 96 52.80 +8.9RenaisIPO IPO .02e .1 ...q 30.61 24.59 1 28.85 +2.3RenIntIPO IPOS .24e 1.0 ...q 27.06 20.77 23.90 -2.0RenaisRe RNR 1.32 1.0 ...dd 152.00 116.50 156 127.23 +1.3RenRe prE RNRpE 1.34 5.5 ... 25.98 23.45 13 24.36 -3.1RenRe prC RNRpC 1.52 6.0 ... 26.05 25.05 9 25.46 -.2ReneSola rs SOL ... ... ... 3.79 2.12 27 2.80 +5.3RennFund RCG ... ... ...q 2.20 1.11 144 1.72 +14.4Renren rs RENN ... ... ...dd 18.70 6.01 194 8.75 -15.8RepubSvc RSG 1.38 2.1 30 69.40 60.26 866 66.61 -1.5ResMed RMD 1.40 1.4 49 104.78 68.41 486 101.43 +19.8ResolEn rs REN ... ... ... 44.44 23.64 837 34.18 +8.6ResoluteF RFP ... ... ...dd 12.15 4.10 279 10.40 -5.9ResCap pfA RSOpA 2.13 8.6 ... 25.58 23.65 24.57 ResCap pfB RSOpB 2.06 8.4 ... 25.37 23.50 24.60 -1.6ResCap pfC RSOpC 2.16 8.3 ... 26.00 24.57 9 25.98 +1.8ResCap rs RSO .20 2.0 ...dd 11.38 8.51 103 9.76 +4.2RestBrnds QSR 1.80 3.2 18 68.89 53.09 1025 56.00 -8.9RetailProp RPAI .66 5.9 11 13.78 10.84 1176 11.20 -16.7RetractTc RVP ... ... ...dd 1.48 .54 22 .91 +33.1RevGp n REVG .20 1.1 ... 33.15 16.79 461 18.11 -44.3Revlon REV ... ... ...dd 27.90 15.60 124 18.45 -15.4RexAmRes REX ... ... 17 102.00 70.48 34 76.51 -7.6RexahnPh rs RNN ... ... ...dd 4.37 1.42 266 2.15 +6.4RexfordIR REXR .64f 2.1 52 32.91 26.07 418 30.90 +6.0RexfdIn pfA REXRpA ... ... ... 26.41 22.53 23.57 -8.3RexfInR pfB REXRpB 1.47 6.3 ... 24.98 22.33 0 23.45 -5.4Rexnord RXN ... ... 23 31.44 22.43 621 28.72 +10.4Rexnrd pfA RXNpA ... ... ... 66.44 52.57 31 61.06 +4.3RiceMidstr RMP 1.22f 6.8 13 25.50 16.87 465 18.04 -16.0RingCentrl RNG ... ... ...dd 81.20 32.70 650 76.90 +58.9RingEngy REI ... ... ...dd 17.35 10.88 692 16.59 +19.4RioTinto RIO 2.27e 3.8 ... 59.27 37.66 1521 58.98 +11.4RitchieBr RBA .68 2.1 37 35.17 24.08 291 32.76 +9.5RiteAid RAD ... ... 3 4.21 1.38 13909 1.69 -14.2RivrnOpp n RIV 1.68 7.9 ... 21.63 19.10 22 21.39 +6.8tRiv/Doubl n OPP ... ... ... 19.76 17.45 56 17.43 -5.2RoadrnTrn RRTS ... ... 3 9.75 1.98 465 2.11 -72.6sRobtHalf RHI 1.12f 1.8 26 63.70 42.92 1194 63.73 +14.7RockwlAut ROK 3.68f 2.0 27 210.72 155.81 1136 179.75 -8.5RockColl COL 1.32 1.0 21 139.63 103.17 1278 135.98 +.3RogCm gs RCI 1.57 ... 14 54.95 43.11 244 48.43 -4.9Rogers ROG ... ... 33 184.00 104.25 113 120.02 -25.9Rollins s ROL .56 1.1 62 54.25 39.90 411 50.00 +7.5Roper ROP 1.65 .6 29 292.97 221.57 454 275.25 +6.3RosettaStn RST ... ... ...dd 15.93 8.71 87 15.61 +25.2Roundys RNDY ... ... ...dd 3.60 Rowan RDC .40 2.4 29 17.33 9.02 3280 16.74 +6.9RBCda pfT RYpT 1.69 ... ... 31.75 28.13 1 28.27 -5.6RoyalBk g RY 3.76f ... ... 87.10 68.56 373 78.93 -3.3RBScotlnd RBS ... ... ... 8.74 6.24 661 8.06 +5.5RBSct prF RBSpF 1.91 7.4 ... 27.08 25.67 25.86 RBSct prH RBSpH 1.81 7.0 ... 26.90 25.58 25.68 RBSct prL RBSpL 1.44 5.7 ... 25.74 25.12 25.25 RBSct prS RBSpS 1.65 6.5 ... 27.63 25.35 90 25.45 RylCarb RCL 2.40 2.2 14 135.65 103.76 1739 107.35 -10.0sRoyDShllB RDS/B 3.76 4.9 ...cc 75.99 53.50 1483 76.20 +11.6sRoyDShllA RDS/A 3.76 5.1 ...cc 73.00 51.91 3271 73.33 +9.9RoyceGVal RGT .10e ... ... 11.73 9.31 13 10.95 +1.3RoyceMC RMT .63e 6.4 ...q 9.99 8.09 77 9.92 +5.1Royce RVT 1.20e 7.3 ...q 17.18 14.02 260 16.35 +1.1RubiconPrj RUBI ... ... ...dd 5.79 1.48 1154 2.46 +31.6sRudolph RTEC ... ... 22 32.70 21.10 152 32.55 +36.2Ryder R 2.08f 3.0 17 90.26 63.27 525 68.63 -18.5RyersonH RYI ... ... 43 12.90 7.65 377 12.15 +16.8RymanHP RHP 3.40f 4.2 17 83.20 57.78 140 80.84 +17.1S -S&P Glbl SPGI 2.00f 1.0 29 201.44 137.66 847 197.66 +16.7SAP SE SAP 1.31e 1.1 ... 116.90 99.20 526 114.55 +1.9tSCANA SCG 2.45 7.2 8 71.28 33.97 1344 34.02 -14.5SCE TrV n SCEpK ... ... ... 29.56 24.70 10 25.25 -4.5SCE I pfF SCEpF 1.41 ... ... SCE II prG SCEpG 1.28 5.5 ... 25.89 21.93 10 23.05 -4.6SCE Tr pfH SCEpH 1.44 5.5 ... 29.43 25.05 15 26.17 -3.3SCETr pfJ SCEpJ 1.34 5.3 ... 28.94 23.96 5 25.24 -2.2SCE Tr pfL SCEpL 1.25 5.6 ... 25.77 21.75 14 22.46 -6.5SJW SJW 1.12a 1.9 21 69.29 47.13 99 59.31 -7.1SK Tlcm SKM ... ... ... 28.97 22.74 570 23.03 -17.5SLGreen SLG 3.25 3.4 28 109.00 89.46 990 94.57 -6.3SL Grn pfI SLGpI 1.63 6.4 ... 26.50 24.94 4 25.25 +.7SM Energy SM .10 .4 ...dd 28.20 12.29 3430 26.50 +20.0Spd LgGl n GLDW ... ... ... 124.05 114.86 121.57 +.6SpdrDJIA DIA 3.98e 1.6 ...q 265.93 208.32 2055 247.74 +.1SpdrGold GLD ... ... ...q 129.52 114.80 7780 122.36 -1.0SpdrStxx50 FEU 1.24e 3.5 ...q 38.51 33.60 69 35.69 -.6SpdrNoANR NANR ... ... ...q 37.79 30.22 85 37.00 +4.3 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next pageMONEY & MARKET$Page 7 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Friday, May 18, 2018

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Spd InDiv n HDWX ... ... ... SpdrLwCbn LOWC 1.69e 1.8 ...q 96.40 82.10 1 91.41 +1.8SpdrEuro50 FEZ 1.18e 2.8 ...q 44.23 38.18 1971 41.59 +2.2Spd MsciCh XINA ... ... ... 26.62 20.39 0 23.35 -2.4S&PEAsia GMF 1.81e 1.7 ...q 116.07 89.45 19 105.15 +.5Spdr UKS QGBR 1.33e 2.4 ...q 56.39 50.42 1 55.76 +3.5Spd Spain n QESP ... ... ... SpdrGermS QDEU 1.17e 1.8 ...q 70.20 58.70 65.17 -.5SpdrJpnS QJPN .85e 1.1 ...q 83.54 70.88 80.63 +2.5SpdrCdaS QCAN 1.61e 2.7 ...q 62.76 54.05 0 60.18 -1.6Spd Austl n QAUS ... ... ... SpdrEuSmC SMEZ 1.15e 1.8 ...q 69.46 56.49 7 63.81 -.3S&PChina GXC 1.31e 1.2 ...q 123.91 86.95 73 112.62 +5.1SpdrWldQu QWLD 1.30e 1.7 ...q 80.30 69.06 76.02 +.8SpdrEMQu QEMM 1.31e 2.1 ...q 69.92 57.19 10 63.65 -1.3SpdrEafeSt QEFA 1.62e 2.5 ...q 68.94 60.04 5 65.88 +1.3SpdrGblDv WDIV 3.11e 3.8 ...q 74.14 64.89 5 69.22 -2.3SpAcwiIMI ACIM 1.50e 1.9 ...q 84.34 71.17 11 79.62 +1.0SpdEMkt s SPEM ... ... ...q 42.47 32.81 523 37.71 -1.2SpdrEMDv EDIV 1.68e 5.0 ...q 36.64 29.33 60 33.47 +1.9sSpdrGlbNR GNR .93e 1.8 ...q 53.00 40.56 62 53.03 +8.1Spd Russ n RBL ... ... ... Spd EmEu n GUR ... ... ... Spd IntUt n IPU ... ... ... Spd IntTl n IST ... ... ... Spd InTc n IPK ... ... ... Spd IntMt n IRV ... ... ... SpdIntInd n IPN ... ... ... Spd IntHl n IRY ... ... ... Spd IntFn n IPF ... ... ... Spd EMLA n GML ... ... ... Spd IntEn n IPW ... ... ... Spd IntCn n IPS ... ... ... Spd CnDi n IPD ... ... ... SpdrDJ RE RWO 1.57e 3.4 ...q 49.41 43.96 86 46.39 -5.1SpdrEMSmC EWX 1.00e 2.0 ...q 55.81 45.81 30 50.44 -3.0SpdrIntDiv DWX 2.22e 5.6 ...q 42.92 38.61 54 39.94 -3.1Spd EmM n GAF ... ... ... SpdMS xUS CWI .79e 2.0 ...q 42.01 35.26 252 39.44 +1.1SpdrSPGbl GII 1.63e 3.3 ...q 53.74 47.61 3 49.31 -4.8SpdrIntRE RWX 1.25e 3.1 ...q 42.54 37.13 492 39.99 -1.2SpdrIntlSC GWX 3.63e 1.4 ...q 37.99 32.84 70 36.07 +1.7SpdrWldxUS SPDW .79e 2.5 ...q 33.84 28.84 248 32.20 +1.6SP Mid MDY 2.94e .8 ...q 363.70 307.28 786 354.58 +2.7S&P500ETF SPY 4.13e 1.5 ...q 286.63 238.82 56357 272.01 +1.9SpdrRRtn RLY .44e 1.6 ...q 27.62 23.57 34 27.32 +3.4SpdrIncAll INKM 1.08e 3.3 ...q 34.66 31.96 5 32.67 -2.9SpdrGblAll GAL 1.04e 2.6 ...q 40.37 35.27 7 38.46 +.5SpdrSenLn SRLN 1.96 4.1 ...q 47.69 47.08 704 47.26 +.2SpdrUShBd ULST .16 .4 ...q 40.82 40.15 7 40.27 +.2SpdrCreEq SYE 1.63e 1.3 ...q 80.09 67.60 2 76.38 +2.4SpdrDblTac TOTL 1.17e ... ...q 49.66 47.11 204 47.15 -3.1SpdrValEq SYV 4.21e 1.5 ...q 70.61 58.70 2 68.19 +3.0SpdrGroEq SYG 1.85e .8 ...q 86.17 68.96 1 81.99 +3.2SpdrBiot s XBI .44e .5 ...q 97.98 66.66 2667 93.78 +10.5Spdr Div SDY 3.80e 2.0 ...q 98.29 87.61 340 92.03 -2.6SpdrGbDow DGT 1.52e 1.8 ...q 91.75 76.25 0 85.61 +.1SpdrHome XHB .15e .4 ...q 47.20 37.17 2388 39.32 -11.2SpdrS&PBk KBE .53e 1.1 ...q 52.00 39.61 2553 50.18 +6.0SpdrS&PCM KCE .91e 1.5 ...q 62.51 45.89 4 61.15 +5.5SpdrS&PIn s KIE ... ... ...q 32.34 27.81 104 30.69 Spd LgCap s SPLG ... ... ...q 33.54 28.02 198 31.96 +2.1SpdrLCpG s SPYG ... ... ...q 35.96 29.31 391 34.82 +5.5SpdrLCapV s SPYV ... ... ...q 32.54 27.92 204 30.12 -1.8Spd MidC s SPMD ... ... ...q 35.09 29.60 163 34.71 +4.0SpdrMCpG MDYG 2.19e .8 ...q 166.10 139.27 24 161.87 +4.1SpdrMCpV MDYV 3.45e 3.3 ...q 106.67 92.30 19 104.01 +1.1SpdrNY Tch XNTK .41e .4 ...q 97.64 71.73 12 92.32 +10.1SpdrSemi s XSD .16e .2 ...q 76.57 60.17 45 73.63 +5.5sSpdrSCapG SLYG 8.53e .8 ...q 246.33 206.75 27 247.13 +8.7SpdrSCapV SLYV 7.98e 1.3 ...q 133.39 112.91 86 132.66 +5.5SpdrRs3K s THRK ... ... ...q 35.46 29.71 253 34.00 +2.4SpdrWilRE RWR 2.90e 3.3 ...q 95.73 81.59 157 86.77 -7.4SpdrShTTr SPTS .27 .9 ...q 31.78 29.45 61 29.48 -1.3SpFcStIn n XITK ... ... ... 94.85 68.30 5 93.77 +20.1SPDR SrTr XTH ... ... ... 82.74 70.83 80.21 +10.5SPDR Intrnt XWEB ... ... ... 75.39 65.06 71.47 +5.0Spdr1500VT VLU 4.85e 1.7 ...q 108.76 91.15 0 102.46 +.5SpdrScored CBND .99 3.2 ...q 32.92 30.80 30.80 -4.5SpdrIntCBd IBND .14e .4 ...q 36.87 32.63 21 34.12 -3.5SpdrIGFlt FLRN .20 .6 ...q 30.85 30.62 1092 30.79 +.4SpdrHYMu HYMB 2.55 4.6 ...q 57.97 54.01 27 55.82 +.3SpdrWFPf PSK 2.59e 6.1 ...q 45.44 41.81 56 42.66 -3.1SpdrBarITB BWZ .01e ... ...q 33.49 30.78 28 31.68 -1.4SpdrBarcCv CWB 3.55e 4.3 ...q 53.80 48.85 1746 52.91 +4.6tSpdrLTBd s SPLB ... ... ...q 28.77 26.00 43 25.92 -9.4SpdrITBd SPIB .92 2.8 ...q 34.72 33.07 208 33.08 -3.3SpdrBarMBB MBG .83 3.3 ...q 26.51 25.09 28 25.11 -3.5tSpdrEMBd EBND ... ... ...q 30.91 28.12 183 28.09 -5.4SpdrShTHiY SJNK 1.58 5.8 ...q 28.15 26.94 1091 27.38 -.7SpdrLehHY JNK 2.30 6.4 ...q 37.46 35.35 12025 35.70 -2.8SpdShTBd SPSB .40e 1.2 ...q 30.74 30.09 301 30.13 -1.0SP IntTip WIP .41e .3 ...q 60.27 54.71 165 55.03 -4.3SPLIntTB s BWX ... ... ...q 29.72 27.23 183 27.94 -1.7SpdrTrans s XTN .25e .4 ...q 69.36 51.31 11 64.50 -1.0SpdrTelcm XTL .68e 1.0 ...q 74.86 65.10 6 70.64 +3.4SpdrHCSv s XHS .61e .1 ...q 68.43 56.18 7 68.08 +10.6sSpdrHCEq s XHE 3.22e .1 ...q 75.49 56.90 52 75.45 +17.2SpdrSf&Sv s XSW .19e .2 ...q 81.54 61.12 4 79.98 +15.2SpdrMLCrs CJNK 1.01e 3.9 ...q 27.04 25.36 13 25.37 -4.6SpdrAerDf s XAR 1.70e 1.1 ...q 91.55 68.10 56 88.22 +5.6tSpdAgBd n SPAB ... ... ... 28.84 27.61 546 27.57 -4.1tSpdrBarcTip IPE 1.04e 1.8 ...q 57.26 54.68 35 54.62 -2.9SprBl 1-3b rs BIL ... ... ...q 91.55 91.37 2799 91.51 +.1tSpdLgTr s SPTL ... ... ...q 37.32 33.60 217 33.46 -8.6SpdrLehIntTr ITE .74 1.3 ...q 60.59 57.94 17 57.94 -2.5SpdrS&P RB KRE .74e 1.1 ...q 65.33 49.31 3685 64.47 +9.5Spdr1500MT MMTM 1.61e 1.3 ...q 123.70 100.61 2 119.80 +4.4SpdrRetl s XRT .49e 1.0 ...q 49.09 37.72 4409 47.00 +4.0SpdNuBMu s TFI ... ... ...q 49.42 47.52 513 47.67 -2.7SpdrPhm s XPH 3.00e .9 ...q 47.11 38.71 34 42.14 -3.1sSpdrOGEx XOP .73e 1.7 ...q 42.34 28.96 24392 43.52 +17.1SpNuBST rs SHM ... ... ...q 48.95 47.51 537 47.63 -.6SpdrGendr SHE ... ... ... 75.63 65.51 5 71.67 +1.2SpdrOGEq XES .49e 2.6 ...q 19.29 12.90 1190 18.88 +10.2SpdR1KLVF ONEV ... ... ... 76.79 68.57 0 72.02 -.8SpdrMetM XME .24e .6 ...q 39.62 27.86 1764 37.95 +4.3SpdrR1KMo ONEO ... ... ... 77.42 68.40 11 73.58 +1.2SpdrR1KYF ONEY ... ... ... 75.25 65.47 0 69.93 -.2SpdSPXHiD SPYD ... ... ...q 38.74 34.60 79 36.21 -3.3SpdrFosFFr SPYX ... ... ...q 69.64 57.85 10 65.89 +1.7SpdrR1KLV LGLV 5.40e 1.9 ...q 94.43 84.95 3 89.65 -1.0SpdrUsaSt QUS .54e ... ...q 82.07 68.82 5 77.45 +.3sSpd SP600 SLY 3.97e 1.0 ... 142.14 117.23 18 142.59 +7.2SpdrSPXBbk SPYB .41e ... ...q 67.80 51.33 63.61 +2.0sSpdrSCap n SPSM ... ... ... 31.78 28.11 186 31.87 +1.2Spdr1-10Tip TIPX .08e .4 ...q 21.00 18.41 9 19.07 -1.1Spd 0-5Tip n SIPE ... ... ... SpdrR2KLV SMLV 2.16e 2.3 ...q 100.14 84.63 14 92.08 +.8SPX Cp SPXC ... ... 15 34.48 23.41 198 34.08 +8.6SPX Flow n FLOW ... ... 42 54.92 31.10 152 44.45 -6.5sSRC Eng SRCI ... ... 18 12.38 6.19 2742 12.69 +48.8STMicro STM .40 1.7 26 25.30 14.07 2479 23.92 +9.5tSABESP SBS .39e 5.2 ... 11.96 7.38 3424 7.46 -28.6SabnR SBR 2.29m 4.7 23 50.00 36.80 17 48.70 +9.2SachemC n SACH .42 11.4 ... 5.10 3.30 17 3.70 -6.1SafeBulk SB .04 1.3 ... 4.00 1.76 182 3.16 -2.2SafeBlk pfB SBpB 2.00 7.8 ... 26.76 25.00 25.50 +1.2SafeBlk pfC SBpC 2.00 8.9 ... 24.26 18.26 7 22.52 -5.8SafeB pfD SBpD 2.00 8.7 ... 24.20 18.00 44 23.02 -2.2SafegdSci SFE ... ... ...dd 14.40 10.65 61 13.30 +18.8SafeInco n SAFE .60 3.3 ... 20.00 15.57 28 18.38 +4.4SagaComm SGA 1.20 3.1 4 51.70 36.10 4 39.00 -3.6SailptTch n SAIL ... ... ...dd 26.92 12.82 975 22.34 +54.1StJoe JOE ... ... 54 20.00 16.75 294 17.90 -.8Salesforce CRM ... ... ...cc 131.00 83.55 5551 126.05 +23.3SalMidMLP SMM 1.30 12.7 ...q 13.05 8.53 92 10.22 -7.3SallyBty SBH ... ... 10 21.36 14.05 1371 15.35 -18.2SJuanB SJT .77e 10.6 15 10.54 6.04 233 7.25 -12.0SanchezEn SN ... ... ...dd 7.65 2.78 7146 4.12 -22.4SanchzM rs SNMP 1.80 14.0 ...dd 15.10 9.35 111 12.85 +15.8SandRidge SD ... ... ... 21.90 13.02 357 15.12 -28.2SandRMiss SDT .22e 22.4 1 1.55 .73 91 1.00 +21.1SandRMs2 SDR .21e 17.9 1 1.51 .74 1078 1.20 +41.0SandRdgP PER .50e 21.4 5 3.10 1.80 170 2.35 +14.6SandstG g SAND ... ... ... 5.64 3.26 1035 4.43 -11.2Sano SNY 1.58e 4.1 ... 50.65 37.43 986 38.89 -9.6SantCUSA SC .23e ... 6 20.18 11.12 1304 19.78 +6.2SantFn pfA SANpA 1.70 6.6 ... 26.69 25.38 25.88 +.2SantFn pfB SANpB 1.03 4.3 ... 24.93 23.30 24.22 +.5SantFn pfC SANpC 1.63 6.4 ... 26.25 25.45 25.39 -2.0SantFn pfI SANpI 1.60 6.4 ... 26.45 25.25 25.15 -2.2Santand pfC SOVpC 1.83 7.1 ... 26.89 25.10 25.77 +.4SaratogaI SAR 2.00f 9.0 8 22.90 19.62 12 22.14 -1.0SaratIn23 n SAB 1.69 6.6 ... 26.79 25.34 104 25.66 -.5Sasol SSL 1.41e 3.7 ... 38.75 26.92 112 37.93 +10.9SaulCntr BFS 2.08 4.4 16 65.43 46.71 23 47.79 -22.6SaulCtr pfC BFSpC 1.72 6.9 ... 25.98 23.79 1 24.76 -2.2MastThera MSTX/O ... ... ...dd .13 Schlmbrg SLB 2.00 2.7 47 80.35 61.02 10741 74.43 +10.4SchndrNt n SNDR .24 .8 ... 30.00 18.35 1220 28.52 -.1SchwUSMkt SCHB .96e 1.5 ...q 69.07 57.65 398 66.03 +2.3SchwUSLgC SCHX .98e 1.5 ...q 68.43 57.00 557 65.09 +2.1SchwLCGr SCHG .63e .8 ...q 76.83 62.40 216 74.86 +5.9SchwLCVal SCHV 1.14e 2.1 ...q 58.00 49.42 370 53.94 -1.3SchwMCap SCHM .59e 1.1 ...q 56.22 47.16 203 54.51 +2.3SchUSSmC SCHA .76e 1.0 ...q 73.45 61.62 395 73.21 +5.0SchwEMkt SCHE .49e 1.8 ...q 31.08 24.47 655 27.63 -1.1Sch 1000 n SCHK ... ... ... 28.14 24.88 66 26.82 +2.1SchEMLgC FNDE .39e 1.3 ...q 33.13 26.11 199 30.21 +1.8SchIntSmCo FNDC .55e 1.5 ...q 38.22 32.30 104 36.49 +1.5SchIntLgCo FNDF .61e 2.0 ...q 32.54 27.60 234 31.11 +2.3SchUSSmCo FNDA .36e .9 ...q 39.68 33.34 170 39.38 +3.9SchUSLgCo FNDX .54e 1.4 ...q 39.96 33.54 237 37.79 +.9SchUSBrd FNDB .61e 1.6 ...q 39.71 33.37 14 37.69 +1.1SchwUSDiv SCHD 1.13e 2.3 ...q 54.60 44.75 470 49.54 -3.2SchwIntEq SCHF .71e 2.1 ...q 36.35 31.35 1603 34.56 +1.4tSchwAggBd SCHZ 1.09 2.2 ...q 52.82 50.14 320 50.08 -3.8SchwREIT SCHH .89e 2.3 ...q 42.54 36.27 377 38.54 -7.4SchIntUSTr SCHR .86 1.7 ...q 54.67 51.57 66 51.57 -3.3SchSTUSTr SCHO .35 .7 ...q 50.57 49.55 178 49.58 -.9tSchUSTips SCHP ... ... ...q 56.10 54.06 280 54.03 -2.5SchwIntSC SCHC .59e 1.6 ...q 39.15 33.02 120 37.37 +2.0Schwab SCHW .40 .7 33 59.94 37.63 6028 59.32 +15.5Schwb pfC SCHWpC 1.50 5.8 ... 27.94 25.53 17 25.68 -4.5Schwb pfD SCHWpD ... ... ... 27.90 25.49 25 25.65 -5.0SchwitMau SWM 1.72 3.9 15 48.06 36.26 195 44.09 -2.8SciApplic SAIC 1.24 1.4 24 90.84 60.21 472 86.19 +12.6ScorpioB19 SLTB 1.88 7.4 ... 25.80 23.79 2 25.50 +.2ScorpBlk rs SALT .08 1.1 ... 8.85 5.70 340 7.55 +2.0ScorpioTk STNG .04 1.4 ... 4.23 1.85 3222 2.80 -8.2ScorpioT 20 SBNA 1.69 6.9 ... 25.03 23.40 4 24.60 -1.1ScorpT19 n SBBC ... ... ... 26.51 24.62 1 25.29 -.5Scotts SMG 2.12 2.5 20 110.12 76.60 547 85.84 -19.8ScrippsEW SSP .05p ... 42 20.35 10.69 580 13.00 -16.8Sea Ltd n SE ... ... ... 15.73 10.06 1827 11.74 -11.9SbdCp SEB 6.00 .1 14 4690.00 3725.50 0 4064.20 -7.8SeabGld g SA ... ... ... 13.70 9.50 163 10.35 -8.4SeacorHld CKH ... ... ...dd 59.00 31.90 214 53.19 +15.1SeacrMar SMHI ... ... ... 25.00 11.66 115 22.95 +96.2sSeadrillLtd SDRL ... ... 1 .68 .15 69193 .58 +151.1Seadrill SDLP .40 10.8 ... 4.20 2.60 704 3.72 +1.6 SealAir SEE .64 1.5 22 49.94 40.76 1468 43.57 -11.6Seaspan SSW .50 5.8 13 9.30 5.02 1309 8.62 +27.7Seaspn pfE SSWpE 2.06 8.0 ... 25.68 21.39 56 25.61 +3.2Seaspan 19 SSWN 1.59 6.3 ... 26.01 24.96 51 25.41 -.5Seaspn pfD SSWpD 1.99 8.0 ... 25.20 20.76 9 24.90 +1.1Seaspn pfH SSWpH ... ... ... 24.96 20.14 38 24.28 +2.7Seaspn pfG SSWpG ... ... ... 25.20 21.98 23 24.92 +2.6Seaspan n SSWA ... ... ... 24.58 23.15 5 23.87 -1.9SeaWorld SEAS ... ... ...dd 18.63 10.42 1579 17.19 +26.7SelEngS n WTTR ... ... ... 21.96 11.22 1069 17.07 -6.4SelMedHld SEM ... ... 13 19.78 13.30 404 18.50 +4.8SelctIns 43 SGZA 1.47 5.9 ... 25.83 24.72 8 24.84 -1.4SemGroup SEMG 1.89 7.3 ...dd 33.90 20.20 796 26.00 -13.9SemiMfg SMI ... ... 20 9.14 4.49 136 6.64 -22.4SempraEn SRE 3.58f 3.5 19 122.98 100.63 1821 102.18 -4.4Sempra pfA SREpA ... ... ... 104.97 96.15 22 96.90 -2.3SendGrid n SEND ... ... ...cc 32.03 17.50 958 26.08 +8.8SensataT ST ... ... 18 57.40 40.01 50.49 -1.2Senseon n SENS ... ... ... 2.48 Sensient SXT 1.32 1.9 23 84.98 65.56 197 69.08 -5.6SequansC SQNS ... ... ...dd 4.75 1.44 171 1.73 -9.4Seritage n SRG 1.00 2.7 ... 50.00 34.07 162 37.67 -6.9Seritge pfA SRGpA 1.75 7.3 ... 24.52 20.02 0 23.92 -1.8ServiceCp SCI .68 1.8 25 40.28 31.52 511 37.58 +.7ServiceMst SERV ... ... 33 58.41 36.65 398 57.63 +12.4ServcNow NOW ... ... ...dd 182.59 99.01 1444 171.71 +31.7Servotr SVT .16e 1.8 ...cc 12.80 8.50 3 9.05 -18.7sShakeShk n SHAK ... ... 90 59.50 30.12 977 59.66 +38.1ShawCm g SJR 1.18 ... ... 23.44 18.50 520 20.35 -10.9ShellMidst SHLX 1.39f 5.8 21 31.69 19.42 984 24.05 -19.3Sherwin SHW 3.44f .9 29 435.15 326.68 390 380.23 -7.3ShinhanFn SHG ... ... ... 50.37 40.44 47 44.48 -4.1ShipFin SFL 1.40 9.7 12 15.98 12.30 937 14.50 -6.5Shopify n SHOP ... ... ...dd 154.82 81.55 1438 146.10 +44.7Shutterstk SSTK ... ... 38 52.78 29.85 148 46.49 +8.0SibanyeG SBGL .14r 4.9 ... 6.50 2.82 3865 2.87 -40.9SiderurNac SID ... ... ... 3.55 1.76 3451 2.52 +2.9SierraMt n SMTS ... ... ... 3.00 2.13 39 2.63 +6.0Sifco SIF ... ... ...dd 8.00 5.00 1 5.75 -13.5SignetJwlrs SIG 1.24f 3.2 6 77.94 33.11 1021 38.97 -31.1Silvrbow n SBOW ... ... ... 34.76 19.89 24 30.30 +2.0SlvrcpMt n SVM .02 ... ... 3.43 2.12 364 2.85 +8.8SimonProp SPG 7.80 5.1 21 173.02 145.78 1065 153.68 -10.5Simon pfJ SPGpJ 4.19 6.1 ... 77.98 67.36 0 68.60 -4.1sSimpsnM SSD .88f 1.4 32 62.08 39.82 143 61.98 +8.0SinopcShg SHI ... ... ... 70.53 50.67 24 69.07 +21.2sSiteone n SITE ... ... 74 80.56 48.19 526 80.67 +5.2SixFlags SIX 3.12 4.9 21 70.44 51.25 1141 64.26 -3.5Skechers s SKX ... ... 16 43.08 22.99 3279 30.24 -20.1sSkyline SKY ... ... 31 29.10 5.07 41 29.22 +127.4Smart&Fnl SFS ... ... 20 13.95 4.45 588 5.25 -38.6Smartsh n SMAR ... ... ... 21.70 18.06 82 19.46 -.2Smith&N SNN .61e 1.7 63 40.41 33.72 587 36.13 +3.2SmithAO s AOS .72 1.1 35 68.39 53.23 495 63.22 +3.2Smucker SJM 3.12 2.8 15 134.12 99.57 752 111.32 -10.4tSnapInc A n SNAP ... ... ... 21.94 10.51 26907 10.57 -27.7SnapOn SNA 3.28 2.2 15 185.47 140.83 390 151.83 -12.9SocCapH n IPOA ... ... ... 10.85 9.85 10 10.00 -.9SocCapH un IPOA/U ... ... ... 10.97 10.02 2 10.55 -.5SocQ&M SQM .99e 1.8 ... 64.20 32.38 3220 54.96 -7.4Sogou n SOGO ... ... ...cc 14.69 7.91 1081 9.48 -18.1Sol-Wind n SLWD ... ... ... SolarOilf n SOI ... ... ... 23.98 9.90 770 16.46 -23.1Solitario XPL ... ... ...dd .88 .39 78 .43 -29.5SonicAut SAH .24 1.1 11 22.75 15.95 257 22.00 +19.2SonocoP SON 1.56 3.0 26 55.77 46.55 596 51.71 -2.7SonyCp SNE ... ... ... 53.91 35.38 1139 48.80 +8.6Sothebys BID .40 .7 19 57.95 42.78 344 57.62 +11.7SourcC SOR 1.00 2.5 ...q 42.97 38.02 10 40.51 -.6SoJerInd s SJI 1.12 3.5 28 37.55 25.96 469 32.07 +2.7SthcrssEn SXE ... ... ...dd 4.44 1.44 96 1.70 +.6SCEd pfB SCEpB 1.02 4.8 ... 25.00 20.36 21.29 -7.4SCEd pfC SCEpC 1.06 4.8 ... 25.25 20.30 21.90 -7.7SCEd pfD SCEpD 1.08 4.8 ... 26.43 21.37 0 22.49 -6.7SCEd pfE SCEpE 1.20 4.9 ... 27.56 22.73 8 24.49 -3.7SouthnCo SO 2.40f 5.5 48 53.51 42.38 5042 43.62 -9.3SouthCo 75 SOJA 1.56 6.0 ... 27.52 25.60 33 26.12 -3.2SouthCo ef SOJB ... ... ... 26.25 23.71 38 24.72 -3.8SouthCo77 n SOJC 1.31 5.4 ... 25.78 23.25 32 24.25 -4.7SthnCopper SCCO .23e .4 44 58.09 33.63 414 51.99 +9.6SwstAirl LUV .64f 1.2 9 66.99 49.76 6223 52.47 -19.8SwtGas SWX 2.08 2.9 22 86.87 62.54 116 71.10 -11.7SwGA Fn SGB .44 2.1 16 24.00 18.50 21.25 -11.5SwstnEngy SWN ... ... 6 7.26 3.42 19830 4.65 -16.7SprkNtSE wi LOV ... ... ... 15.40 10.15 3 12.77 +.9Sparton SPA ... ... 20 23.59 16.35 29 17.65 -23.5SpdFosFr n EFAX ... ... ... 77.82 67.00 4 73.24 +.5SpdDbShDu STOT ... ... ... 50.03 47.00 27 48.76 -1.3SpdEmFos EEMX ... ... ... 76.80 60.73 3 69.11 -1.0SpdDbEMk EMTL ... ... ... 52.27 48.41 2 48.58 -3.6SpecOpps SPE 1.19e 2.3 ...q 16.20 14.48 10 15.11 +1.5SpcOpp pfB SPEpB .88 3.5 ... 26.54 25.17 3 25.50 -1.4SpectraEP SEP 3.01f 9.0 10 46.47 31.16 2841 33.49 -15.3SpectrmB SPB 1.68 2.1 14 138.45 60.13 1023 78.75 -29.9SpeedM TRK .60 3.5 19 23.47 16.88 35 17.36 -8.0SpF LgCap n FMDG ... ... ... 33.20 26.89 5 29.58 +5.6tSpinMedT n FFIU ... ... ... 25.15 24.20 27 24.22 -2.4Spire SR 2.25 3.2 19 82.85 60.09 425 69.50 -7.5SpiritAero SPR .48f .6 19 105.20 53.47 774 85.62 -1.9SpiritAir SAVE ... ... 16 54.84 30.32 1378 37.13 -17.2SpiritRltC SRC .72 8.7 13 8.81 7.15 8608 8.31 -3.1SpiritR pfA SRCpA 1.50 7.3 ... 26.40 20.25 15 20.65 -16.9Spotify n SPOT ... ... ...dd 171.23 135.51 2469 158.76 +6.5SpragueRs SRLP 2.61 11.2 13 30.75 22.80 18 23.35 -3.5Sprint S ... ... 3 9.02 4.81 8153 5.09 -13.6SprottSilv PSLV ... ... ...q 6.85 5.83 224 6.07 -4.3SprottGold PHYS ... ... ...q 11.15 9.83 382 10.47 -1.1SprottPPP SPPP ... ... ... 9.91 7.44 21 8.64 -7.5SprottRL g SILU ... ... ... 1.25 Square n SQ ... ... ... 58.46 19.98 14456 54.82 +58.1STAG Indl STAG 1.39 5.5 34 28.95 22.42 759 25.33 -7.3STAG pfB STAGpB 1.66 6.6 ... 26.16 24.91 1 25.08 -.7STAG pfC STAGpC ... ... ... 27.74 24.76 8 25.38 -3.1StageStrs SSI .20 6.8 ...dd 3.18 1.45 360 2.95 +75.6SP Matls XLB .98e 1.6 ...q 64.17 52.35 10367 59.78 -1.2SP HlthC XLV 1.01e 1.2 ...q 91.79 74.80 6610 82.99 +.4SP CnSt XLP 1.28e 2.6 ...q 58.95 48.76 19569 49.85 -12.4SP Consum XLY 1.12e 1.1 ...q 109.34 87.89 6364 105.00 +6.4sSP Engy XLE 2.04e 2.6 ...q 78.39 61.80 16246 78.72 +8.9SPDR Fncl XLF .46e 1.6 ...q 30.33 23.10 45059 28.18 +1.0SP Inds XLI 1.12e 1.5 ...q 80.96 66.47 7515 74.89 -1.0SP Tech XLK .78e 1.1 ...q 71.34 54.25 10790 69.16 +8.1SpdrRESel XLRE ... ... ...q 34.02 29.17 1758 30.54 -7.3SP Util XLU 1.55e 3.2 ...q 57.23 47.37 11274 48.98 -7.0StdMotor SMP .84 1.9 25 54.73 40.56 81 43.37 -3.4Standex SXI .72 .7 21 110.00 85.85 23 98.95 -2.8StanBlkDk SWK 2.52 1.8 20 176.62 135.07 975 143.16 -15.6StanB&D 52 SWJ 1.44 5.7 ... 26.00 24.88 18 25.23 StanBlD un SWP ... ... ... 128.00 105.13 18 108.49 -11.6Stantec g STN .55f ... 17 29.25 22.80 3 25.65 -8.2StarGas SGU .47f 4.8 15 11.70 8.74 26 9.76 -9.2Starret SCX .40 5.7 23 9.75 5.80 26 6.99 -18.7Startek SRT ... ... 49 14.78 6.11 191 6.84 -31.4StarwdPT STWD 1.92 9.0 11 23.01 19.47 1188 21.45 +.5StateStr STT 1.68 1.7 17 114.27 80.38 1080 101.24 +3.7StateSt pfC STTpC ... ... ... 25.55 24.01 8 25.01 -.8StateSt pfD STTpD ... ... ... 28.96 26.10 57 26.19 -4.6StaStCp pfG STTpG ... ... ... 28.45 25.50 27 25.71 -5.2StateSt pfE STTpE ... ... ... 27.16 25.47 19 26.09 -1.4Statoil ASA STO .92e 3.4 ... 27.35 16.18 27.14 +26.7SteelPtrs SPLP .38p ... 8 20.70 16.65 8 17.35 -11.3SteelPr pfA SPLPpA ... ... ... 22.74 19.75 19 20.45 -3.4Steelcse SCS .51 3.6 16 18.15 12.50 731 14.30 -5.9StellusCap SCM 1.36 10.6 11 14.48 11.07 64 12.87 -2.1Stepan SCL .82 1.2 17 92.97 68.09 145 70.52 -10.7Steris plc STE 1.24 1.2 26 104.31 75.65 361 103.27 +18.1SterlingBc STL .28 1.1 15 26.50 21.00 2551 24.55 -.2SterlBc pfA STLpA ... ... ... 26.74 25.65 12 25.85 -1.8StewInfo STC 1.20 2.8 29 47.37 34.48 74 42.56 +.6StifelFin SF .48f .8 19 68.76 41.93 300 60.05 +.8Stifel pfA SFpA 1.56 6.0 ... 27.73 24.50 6 26.21 -3.2Stif 47 ef SFB ... ... ... 26.20 23.25 13 24.00 -3.7StoneHEM EDF 2.16 15.1 ...q 17.31 13.50 106 14.29 -10.2StonHEmM EDI 1.81 13.1 ...q 16.79 13.37 60 13.88 -10.9StoneMor STON 1.32 21.8 ...dd 9.62 4.61 64 6.05 -7.8Stonerdg SRI ... ... 22 31.93 14.16 279 31.59 +38.2StoreCap STOR 1.24 4.9 21 26.58 20.08 920 25.53 -2.0StratALL36 GJT .29 1.4 ... 21.00 19.20 20.50 +2.5Strat D35 GJP .74 3.3 ... 23.69 21.80 0 22.49 -2.0StratGS33 GJS .32 1.5 ... 21.52 19.12 20.90 +3.2StratNWS95 GJV 1.75 6.8 ... 26.72 25.05 3 25.80 -.3StratPG34 GJR .27 1.2 ... 22.87 20.85 21.60 -1.9StratUSM GJH .64 6.5 ... 10.35 9.37 9.90 -1.5StratWMT GJO .22 .9 ... 22.90 21.72 0 22.80 +2.4Stryker SYK 1.88 1.1 29 172.99 136.82 759 171.26 +10.6SturmRug RGR 1.28f 2.1 21 68.80 43.00 243 60.00 +7.4SubPpne SPH 2.40 10.4 33 27.05 21.85 218 23.11 -4.6SumitMitsu SMFG ... ... ... 9.67 7.15 6069 8.54 -1.7SummitHtl INN .72 4.9 14 19.39 12.77 246 14.60 -4.1SumtH pfC INNpC 1.78 7.1 ... 26.22 25.14 24.90 -2.0SummtH pfD INNpD 1.61 6.6 ... 27.58 23.50 3 24.50 -3.9SumHP pfE INNpE ... ... ... 26.25 22.82 14 23.59 -8.1SumtMtls n SUM .29t ... 27 34.06 25.89 1106 29.04 -7.6SummitMP SMLP 2.30 14.9 ...cc 24.75 13.10 147 15.45 -24.6SunCmts SUI 2.84f 3.1 92 96.08 80.12 403 91.50 -1.4SunLfFn g SLF 1.90f ... ... 44.50 32.22 476 43.58 +5.6SunCokeE SXC .99e ... 7 13.43 8.20 362 13.21 +10.2SunCokeEn SXCP 1.60m 10.3 9 21.95 15.05 125 15.50 -11.2sSuncor g SU 1.44 ... ... 41.26 27.96 3574 41.41 +12.8SunlOnl n STG ... ... ... 14.08 6.80 227 10.30 -7.2SunLink SSY ... ... ...dd 2.08 1.27 2 1.37 -13.8SunocoLP SUN 3.30 12.3 79 33.11 24.76 348 26.87 -5.4SunstnHtl SHO .20 1.2 19 17.46 14.09 1359 16.34 -1.1SunstHt pfE SHOpE ... ... ... 27.22 24.65 16 25.18 -3.6SunstHt pfF SHOpF 1.61 6.7 ... 26.98 23.60 2 23.90 -7.6Suntech STP ... ... ... .54 SunTrst STI 1.60 2.3 14 73.37 51.96 2920 69.38 +7.4SunTr wtB STI/WS/B ... ... ... 25.36 9.86 24.38 +16.6SunTr wtA STI/WS/A ... ... ... 35.62 18.87 34.28 +7.2SunTr pfA STIpA 1.50 6.1 ... 25.83 23.37 10 24.56 -.1SunTr pfE STIpE 1.47 6.0 ... 25.86 25.06 24.70 -2.1SupDrillg SDPI ... ... ...dd 2.33 .59 45 2.19 +49.0sSupEnrgy SPN .32 2.6 ...dd 12.31 7.66 3431 12.47 +29.5SuperiorInd SUP .36 2.1 27 20.95 12.70 185 17.25 +16.2Supvalu rs SVU ... ... 8 29.12 13.60 1198 16.57 -23.3SuthrlAs n SLD 1.52 10.0 ... 16.20 13.55 22 15.15 SuthrAsM23 SLDA 1.75 6.9 ... 26.00 24.58 1 25.36 -1.1SwEBioFu23 FUE ... ... ... 8.47 6.45 6.88 -1.7SwEGrain23 GRU ... ... ... 4.25 3.29 2 3.68 +10.0SwRCmETR RJN ... ... ... 3.72 1.87 38 3.28 +17.4SwRCmMTR RJZ ... ... ... 9.20 7.76 6 8.73 -2.2SwLgCap22 EEH ... ... ...q 20.52 17.06 20.43 +4.4SwRCmATR RJA ... ... ... 6.57 5.88 28 6.24 +3.9SwERCmTR RJI ... ... ... 5.96 4.64 163 5.81 +7.6SwisHelv SWZ .64e .2 ...q 13.74 12.07 41 12.38 -3.0Switch n SWCH .03e ... ... 20.45 12.85 1464 12.99 -28.6Synchrony SYF .60 1.7 13 40.59 26.34 3691 34.93 -9.5Synnex SNX 1.40 1.3 14 141.94 93.87 218 110.26 -18.9Synovs pfC SNVpC 1.97 7.7 ... 28.97 25.34 6 25.53 -2.3sSynovusFn SNV 1.00f 1.8 19 54.51 40.21 642 54.46 +13.6SynthBiol SYN ... ... ...dd 1.05 .19 464 .25 -51.4Sysco SYY 1.44 2.3 25 64.77 48.85 1901 63.86 +5.2 Systemax SYX .22 .7 30 34.91 15.40 45 31.64 -4.9T -TAL Educ s TAL ... ... ...cc 42.06 18.64 2193 40.93 +37.8TC PpLn TCP 2.60m 10.3 8 59.32 23.27 333 25.28 -52.4TCF Fncl TCF .60 2.3 16 26.13 14.58 1017 26.03 +27.0TCF Fn wt TCF/WS ... ... ... 5.45 .91 5.30 +34.4TCF deo pfC TCFpD ... ... ... 26.06 24.02 39 24.20 -5.9TCF F pfC TCFpC 1.61 6.4 ... 26.50 25.09 25.10 -2.3TCW Strat TSI .21 3.8 ...q 6.16 5.34 65 5.42 -7.7TE Connect TEL 1.76f 1.8 27 108.23 74.71 1411 95.43 +.4THL Crd21 TCRX ... ... ... 25.94 25.07 0 25.33 +.5THLCred22 TCRZ 1.69 6.6 ... 26.98 25.40 0 25.60 -1.3THLCSenL TSLF 1.32 7.6 ...q 18.53 16.30 17 17.45 +3.5TIM Part TSU .28e 1.5 ... 23.12 13.97 1926 18.14 -6.1TJX TJX 1.56f 1.8 21 87.31 66.44 4953 86.27 +12.8sTPG Pace n TPGE ... ... ... 10.74 9.67 2130 10.77 +10.5TPG Pac n TPGH ... ... ... 9.90 9.67 0 9.88 +1.5TPG RE n TRTX 1.68f 8.3 24 20.70 18.22 121 20.21 +6.1TPG SpLnd TSLX 1.56 8.1 9 21.74 17.00 247 19.19 -3.1TableauA DATA ... ... ...dd 97.09 57.25 998 93.49 +35.1TahoeRes TAHO .24 5.1 ... 9.68 3.76 2057 4.75 -.8TailorBr TLRD .72 2.1 19 35.94 9.40 787 34.47 +57.9Taiwan TWN ... ... ...q 22.25 18.95 6 20.58 -1.4TaiwSemi TSM .73e 1.9 18 46.57 34.31 7946 38.96 -1.7Takung n TKAT ... ... ... 7.01 1.88 2.37 -5.6TallgEGP n TEGP 1.95f 9.3 ...dd 28.94 17.14 268 21.05 -18.2TallgrsEn TEP 3.90f 9.0 12 52.84 34.37 251 43.25 -5.7TalosEn rs TALO ... ... ...dd 40.16 16.76 204 32.66 +1.6StneEn wt SGY/WS ... ... ... 7.50 1.85 7.21 +44.2TangerFac SKT 1.40f 6.9 10 27.88 19.86 791 20.16 -24.0TanzRy g TRX ... ... ... .68 .24 202 .56 +100.7Tapestry TPR 1.35 3.0 28 55.50 38.70 3319 44.42 +.4TargaRes TRGP 3.64 7.5 ... 52.08 39.59 1732 48.57 +.3TargaR pfA NGLSpA 2.25 8.4 ... 28.07 25.82 14 26.78 +1.1Target TGT 2.48 3.3 14 78.70 48.56 5476 75.83 +16.2TaroPhrm TARO ... ... 12 128.46 93.01 87 115.53 +10.3Taseko TGB ... ... ... 2.46 1.05 451 1.21 -48.1TataCom TCL ... ... ... 6.62 TataMotors TTM ... ... ... 37.62 22.56 1385 23.02 -30.4Taubmn TCO 2.62f 5.0 18 66.61 44.78 595 52.21 -20.2Taub pfJ TCOpJ 1.63 6.8 ... 25.63 23.61 23 23.96 -4.6Taub pfK TCOpK 1.56 6.6 ... 26.16 22.72 12 23.48 -6.9TaylorMH TMHC ... ... 14 28.42 19.68 772 21.87 -10.6Team TISI ... ... ...dd 26.80 10.45 762 20.70 +38.9Technip FTI .13 ... 19 35.00 24.53 3843 33.95 +8.4TeckRes g TECK .16e ... ... 30.80 14.56 1926 28.60 +9.3Teekay TK .22 2.7 ...dd 10.90 5.14 3398 8.11 -13.0TeekLNG TGP .56 3.1 ... 21.65 14.05 717 18.05 -10.4TeekLN pfA TGPpA 2.25 9.0 ... 26.36 24.20 8 25.03 -.9TeekOffsh TOO .04m 1.4 ... 3.70 1.65 737 2.90 +22.9TeekOf pfA TOOpA 1.81 8.5 ... 24.49 12.69 13 21.29 -7.8TeekOf pfB TOOpB 2.13 9.1 ... 26.00 14.75 18 23.35 -6.0TeekOf pfE TOOpE 2.22 9.0 ... 25.10 24.30 22 24.57 -1.9TeekayTnk TNK .21 19.3 ... 2.20 1.08 2384 1.09 -22.1Tegna TGNA .28 2.6 6 15.61 10.00 2289 10.86 -22.9TejonRnch TRC ... ... ...cc 26.25 18.59 66 25.30 +21.9TeklaHlth HQH 1.92e 8.9 ...q 26.37 20.36 96 21.51 -4.6TeklaHcrOp THQ 1.35a 8.1 ...q 19.00 16.02 82 16.75 -4.4TeklaLfSci HQL 1.95e 10.3 ...q 22.24 18.01 25 18.97 -3.4TeklaWH n THW 1.40 10.7 ...q 15.39 12.47 94 13.04 -4.2TelInstEl TIK ... ... 39 6.35 2.05 12 2.70 +3.8Teladoc n TDOC ... ... ... 49.85 27.35 768 48.70 +39.7Telaria n TLRA ... ... ...dd 5.30 3.42 244 4.00 -.7TlcmArg TEO .71e 3.1 ... 40.19 21.13 894 23.11 -36.9TelItalia TI ... ... ... 11.28 7.57 79 8.99 +4.2TelItaliaA TI/A .30e 3.8 ... 9.60 6.27 25 7.99 +10.8Teledyne TDY ... ... 31 201.40 123.29 125 196.69 +8.6Teleex TFX 1.36 .5 32 288.78 195.36 270 259.48 +4.3TelefBrasil VIV .64e 5.0 15 17.33 12.45 1153 12.68 -14.5TelefEsp TEF 1.20e 12.7 ... 11.58 8.99 1401 9.44 -2.5TelData TDS .64f 2.5 9 29.87 23.54 427 25.98 -6.5TelData45 TDI 1.66 6.5 ... 26.61 23.29 4 25.59 +.1TelData 61 TDA 1.47 6.0 ... 25.64 23.11 5 24.35 -2.2TelData60 TDJ 1.75 6.9 ... 26.48 23.95 6 25.42 +.6TelData59 TDE 1.72 6.9 ... 26.21 24.26 6 24.92 -1.5Telus gs TU 2.10 ... ... 38.50 32.94 239 35.65 -5.9TmpDrgn TDF 4.00e 2.2 ...q 24.65 19.31 48 22.46 +4.4TmpEMF EMF 1.28e 2.0 ...q 18.00 14.58 68 15.60 -4.9TmpEMI TEI .80a 7.4 ...q 11.98 10.41 44 10.78 -3.5TmpGlb GIM .30 4.7 ...q 6.77 6.24 211 6.33 -2.0TempurSly TPX ... ... 14 68.05 41.10 1057 50.40 -19.6sTenaris TS .69e 1.7 ... 39.59 25.91 2970 40.35 +26.6sTenetHlth THC ... ... ...dd 33.67 12.25 1439 33.75 +122.6Tengsco TGC ... ... ...dd 1.19 .55 39 .75 -6.3Tennant TNC .84 1.1 ...cc 77.20 59.00 98 76.50 +5.3Tenneco TEN 1.00 2.1 7 65.59 43.48 363 48.12 -17.8TVA 28 TVC .96 3.9 ... 25.97 24.21 8 24.43 -2.7TVA 29 TVE .84 3.5 ... 26.98 23.71 22 23.71 -5.2Teradata TDC ... ... 24 42.84 27.05 1624 38.86 +1.0Teradyn TER .36 1.0 29 50.68 29.68 3260 37.72 -9.9Terex TEX .40 1.0 37 50.17 32.48 1543 42.00 -12.9Ternium TX 1.10e 2.7 13 42.43 24.60 211 40.81 +29.2TerraNitro TNH 5.15e 6.1 10 89.60 75.20 83.96 +5.2TerrenoRlt TRNO .88 2.4 33 39.27 31.56 230 37.29 +6.4sTetraTech TTI ... ... ...dd 4.76 1.85 825 4.80 +12.4TeucrCorn CORN ... ... ...q 20.05 16.53 73 17.99 +7.3TeucrSug CANE ... ... ...q 11.30 7.30 48 7.51 -23.2TeucrWht WEAT ... ... ...q 8.43 5.80 224 6.56 +9.3TeucrSoyb SOYB ... ... ...q 19.64 17.27 38 18.14 +1.5TeucrmAgs TAGS ... ... ...q 25.70 21.17 22.47 +1.7TevaPhrm TEVA .73e 3.5 6 33.82 10.85 13728 21.12 +11.5sTexPacLd TPL .29f ... ...cc 677.15 279.33 42 690.09 +54.5Textainer TGH .96 5.4 ...dd 26.50 10.15 189 17.90 -16.7sTextron TXT .08 .1 42 66.16 45.00 1044 66.24 +17.1Thai TTF .25e ... ...q 11.31 8.58 11.27 +4.7ThermoFis TMO .68f .3 26 226.44 170.07 1319 211.01 +11.1Thermon THR ... ... 49 26.50 15.74 45 24.17 +2.1ThirdPtRe TPRE ... ... 11 17.10 12.25 615 13.20 -9.9ThomsonR TRI 1.38 3.5 16 48.61 36.52 1498 39.07 -10.4Thor Inds THO 1.48 1.5 13 161.48 87.96 558 100.84 -33.13D Sys DDD ... ... 50 23.19 7.92 2772 12.62 +46.13M Co MMM 5.44f 2.7 30 259.77 191.44 2266 200.36 -14.9Tidwtr TDW 1.00 3.2 ...dd 35.98 .70 222 31.50 +29.1Tidwtr wtA TDW/WS/A ... ... ... Tidwtr wtB TDW/WS/B ... ... ... TierREIT n TIER .72 3.4 ...cc 21.57 15.96 268 21.29 +4.4Tiffany TIF 2.00 1.9 35 111.44 84.15 1250 104.18 +.2Tillys TLYS ... ... 28 16.57 8.42 83 11.86 -19.6TimeWarn TWX 1.61 1.7 15 103.90 85.88 4710 92.88 +1.5Timken TKR 1.12f 2.3 19 55.65 41.85 510 49.45 +.6TimknSteel TMST ... ... ...dd 20.24 12.48 392 19.01 +25.1Titan Intl TWI .02 .2 ...dd 14.53 7.97 252 11.61 -9.9TollBros TOL .44f 1.0 13 52.73 36.55 2454 42.40 -11.7Tompkins TMP 1.92 2.3 24 90.50 71.27 60 83.84 +3.1TootsieR TR .36b 1.3 26 37.48 27.45 103 28.80 -18.5TopBuild n BLD ... ... 34 84.03 51.16 174 80.33 +6.1Torchmark TMK .64 .7 7 93.60 74.33 327 85.67 -5.6Trchmk pfC TMKpC ... ... ... 27.68 25.44 10 26.13 -2.4Toro Co s TTC .80f 1.3 25 73.86 56.60 507 59.41 -8.9sTorDBk gs TD 2.68f ... ... 61.06 46.58 715 59.06 +.8MonTNAPpl TPYP .45p ... ...q 24.31 20.22 6 22.88 -2.1TortWat n TBLU ... ... ... 30.84 25.31 1 28.70 -3.7TortEnInd NDP 1.75 13.0 ...q 15.81 10.70 106 13.50 +1.7TortEnInf TYG 2.62 8.7 ...q 34.35 24.24 157 30.08 +3.4TortMLP NTG 1.69 8.7 ...q 21.09 14.91 221 19.41 +10.5TortPplE TTP 1.63m 9.0 ...q 21.36 15.55 46 18.19 -3.2TortPw&E TPZ 1.65 8.5 ...q 23.17 17.51 14 19.31 -6.3sTotal SA TOT 2.71e 4.2 ... 64.37 48.15 916 63.99 +15.8TotalSys TSS .52f .6 22 90.74 57.53 1221 86.26 +9.1TowerIntl TOWR .48 1.6 13 33.65 21.00 64 29.30 -4.1TownsqMda TSQ .30 4.5 9 11.63 6.28 96 6.72 -12.5Toyota TM ... ... ... 140.99 103.62 73 136.67 +7.5TrCda g TRP 2.76 6.5 16 51.85 39.16 2250 42.16 -13.3TransEntx TRXC ... ... ...dd 5.00 .45 4221 2.85 +47.7TransUn n TRU .07p ... 28 69.70 41.07 630 68.92 +25.4Trnsalta g TAC .23 ... ... 6.60 5.00 14 5.23 -12.2TrnsatlPet TAT ... ... ...dd 2.18 .58 376 1.95 +40.3TrnsRty TCI .20p ... ...dd 52.00 18.30 6 41.00 +30.9TransDigm TDG 24.00 ... 22 338.89 249.57 213 324.33 +18.1TrnsMont TLP 2.48f 6.6 15 47.45 33.98 26 37.49 -5.0sTransocn RIG ... ... ...dd 13.73 7.20 21387 13.71 +28.4TrGasSur TGS ... ... ... 24.22 14.10 249 17.81 -19.9Travelers TRV 3.08f 2.4 17 150.55 113.76 808 130.72 -3.6Travelport TVPT .30 1.7 ... 18.06 12.10 674 17.17 +31.4TrecoraRs TREC ... ... 19 14.40 10.25 26 13.55 +.4sTredgar TG .44 2.0 29 21.35 14.65 54 21.60 +12.5TreeHseF THS ... ... 15 85.99 36.35 616 46.75 -5.5Trex TREX ... ... 32 125.93 61.57 183 114.29 +5.4TriPointe TPH ... ... 14 19.55 12.11 1826 16.85 -6.0TriContl TY 1.07e 3.9 ...q 28.32 22.63 84 27.11 +.6TriCntl pf TYp 2.50 5.0 ... 52.95 48.56 50.21 -.4TrianglCap TCAP 1.20 10.6 ... 18.50 8.91 339 11.30 +19.1Triangle 22 TCCA 1.59 6.3 ... 25.87 24.09 3 25.31 +.8TriangC 22 TCCB 1.59 6.3 ... 26.70 23.99 1 25.32 +.5TribMda A TRCO 1.00 2.6 73 43.71 34.81 478 37.85 -10.9TrilogyMtl TMQ ... ... ...dd 1.64 .58 124 1.34 +22.9TrimShrk n TTAC ... ... ... 36.76 28.51 14 35.86 +6.3TrimAllC n TTAI ... ... ... 29.03 24.67 1 27.71 +1.9TriNetGrp TNET ... ... 35 53.59 30.21 435 53.22 +20.0Trinity TRN .52 1.4 8 38.25 25.05 2107 35.98 -4.0TrinityPlce TPHS ... ... ... 7.59 5.86 22 6.94 -.1Trinseo SA TSE 1.44 1.9 9 85.35 57.70 280 75.95 +4.6TrioTch TRT ... ... 16 8.47 4.05 7 5.21 -25.7TriplePtV TPVG 1.44 10.9 8 14.19 11.12 24 13.20 +4.0TripPt22 n TPVY ... ... ... 26.99 24.77 2 25.24 -2.5sTriple-S GTS ... ... 33 34.85 15.05 255 35.94 +44.6TritonInt n TRTN 2.08f 5.7 ... 43.85 26.71 491 36.21 -3.3TriumphGp TGI .16 .7 5 34.80 21.50 808 24.15 -11.2Tronox TROX .18 1.0 44 28.40 12.88 1804 18.59 -9.4TrueBlue TBI ... ... 16 29.50 19.30 205 25.45 -7.5Tsakos TNP .20 5.6 ... 5.27 3.11 210 3.55 -9.2TsakE pfB TNPpB 2.00 8.0 ... 26.08 24.80 25.09 -.8Tsakos pfC TNPpC 2.22 8.8 ... 26.29 25.00 1 25.30 -.8Tsakos pfD TNPpD 2.19 8.5 ... 25.93 24.04 3 25.69 +3.8TsaksE p E TNPpE ... ... ... 25.89 24.58 19 25.59 +1.5Tuppwre TUP 2.72 6.0 ...dd 73.61 40.78 584 45.67 -27.2tTurkcell TKC ... ... ... 11.29 7.34 384 7.28 -28.6sTurnPtBr n TPB .16 .7 ... 24.21 14.45 65 24.37 +15.3TurqHillRs TRQ ... ... 27 3.59 2.44 1055 2.95 -14.0TutorPerini TPC ... ... 11 29.90 18.90 308 20.90 -17.622ndCentry XXII ... ... ...dd 4.44 1.33 1438 2.19 -21.8Twilio n TWLO ... ... ... 56.00 23.25 1806 53.73 +127.7Twitter TWTR ... ... ...dd 36.80 15.67 10718 32.58 +35.7TwoHrb pfA TWOpA 2.03 7.8 ... 28.17 25.38 15 26.04 -4.5TwoHrb pfB TWOpB 1.91 7.6 ... 27.06 24.54 4 25.26 -3.8TwoHrbI rs TWO 1.88 12.1 6 17.26 13.85 1046 15.48 -4.8TwoHrIn pfC TWOpC ... ... ... 25.38 23.26 20 24.13 -3.8TylerTech TYL ... ... 53 232.48 160.12 128 227.23 +28.3Tyson TSN 1.20 1.7 13 84.65 57.20 1799 68.64 -15.3U -sUBS 3xLCr WTIU ... ... ... 39.08 9.44 19 39.18 +66.4tUBS 3xInvC WTID ... ... ... 49.24 7.72 17 7.79 -49.0VelDlyIn n EXIV ... ... ... 61.00 26.21 5 40.15 -17.0VelLngVS n EVIX ... ... ... 23.61 9.60 9.60 -19.9UBS FILCG FBGX ... ... ...q 264.15 161.21 2 247.88 +9.1UBS2xSPDiv SDYL 3.40e 4.3 ...q 91.38 59.18 1 78.99 -7.6 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page 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UBS Grp UBS .69e 4.3 ... 20.89 15.77 1607 16.07 -12.6UDR UDR 1.29f 3.7 22 40.71 32.88 1132 34.73 -9.8UGI Corp UGI 1.04f 2.1 11 52.00 42.51 981 48.83 +4.0UMH Prop UMH .72 5.2 27 17.90 11.38 132 13.84 -7.1UMH pfB UMHpB 2.00 7.7 ... 28.16 25.95 3 26.10 -4.5UMH pfC UMHpC 1.69 6.7 ... 28.46 24.56 1 25.21 -7.2UQM Tech UQM ... ... ...dd 1.79 .69 102 1.13 -18.7sUS FdsHl n USFD ... ... 23 35.75 25.43 1802 35.87 +12.3US Geoth rs HTM ... ... ...cc 5.50 3.11 5.45 +58.0USPhysTh USPH .92 1.0 52 95.20 56.50 55 92.65 +28.3US Silica SLCA .25 .7 43 40.98 23.75 2013 33.39 +2.5USA Cmp USAC 2.10 11.5 ...dd 19.33 14.30 476 18.20 +10.0Usaa USA Vl ULVM ... ... ... 55.24 48.81 32 52.31 +.6sUsaa SCVal USVM ... ... ... 53.15 47.00 6 53.26 +5.0USAA IntlVl UIVM ... ... ... 55.54 49.30 36 52.56 +2.2Usaa EMVl UEVM ... ... ... 56.13 48.97 3 50.93 -.9Usaa STrBd USTB ... ... ... 54.88 49.34 3 49.46 -1.2tUsaa IntBd UITB ... ... ... 50.30 48.14 3 48.10 -4.2sUSANA s USNA ... ... 30 114.30 52.80 150 117.55 +58.7sUSCF Oil n USOU ... ... ... 71.98 22.66 22 72.35 +68.3tUSCF ShOil USOD ... ... ... 26.29 5.79 1 5.70 -49.6USCF shpei BUY ... ... ... 27.03 23.45 26.25 +3.6sUSCF shpen BUYN ... ... ... 27.42 23.45 0 27.83 +7.4USD Ptrs USDP 1.41f 12.8 ... 14.43 9.00 14 11.05 -1.8USG USG ... ... 23 42.14 25.60 354 41.59 +7.9tUltrapar UGP .55e 3.8 ... 26.48 14.41 592 14.48 -36.3UndrArm s UAA ... ... 35 23.46 11.40 6369 20.38 +41.2UnAr C wi UA ... ... ... 21.81 10.36 4480 17.84 +33.9Uni UFI ... ... 15 39.21 27.21 54 31.61 -11.9sUniFirst UNF .15 .1 24 176.15 135.95 69 174.40 +5.8UnilevNV UN 1.43e 2.6 ... 61.62 51.56 995 55.82 -.9Unilever UL 1.48e 2.7 ... 60.13 50.74 1496 55.27 -.1UnionAc un LTN/U ... ... ... 10.30 10.00 5 10.12 +.8sUnionPac UNP 2.92 2.0 11 143.26 101.06 2716 142.49 +6.3UniqueF n UFAB .60 6.3 11 10.85 7.05 2 9.50 +28.0Unisys UIS ... ... ...dd 13.90 6.90 364 11.90 +46.0Unit UNT ... ... 12 26.82 15.29 408 23.17 +5.3UtdContl UAL ... ... 10 83.04 56.51 2721 69.49 +3.1UtdMicro UMC .09e 3.4 ... 2.75 1.96 818 2.67 +11.7UPS B UPS 3.64 3.1 20 135.53 101.45 3693 116.59 -2.1UtdRentals URI ... ... 9 190.74 100.62 778 170.36 -.9USNatGas UNL ... ... ...q 11.03 8.54 2 9.27 +1.0sUS12MoOil USL ... ... ...q 25.33 15.45 42 25.32 +21.0USAntimny UAMY ... ... ... .46 .20 73 .29 -10.3US Bancrp USB 1.20 2.3 14 58.50 49.03 4636 51.15 -4.5US Bcp pfA USBpA 35.49e 3.8 ... 931.70 873.48 0 925.00 +4.2US Bcp pfH USBpH .89e 3.9 ... 24.55 21.61 37 22.72 +.6US Bcp pfM USBpM 1.63 5.9 ... 30.37 27.24 29 27.62 -2.1US Bcp pfO USBpO 1.29 5.2 ... 26.50 23.95 8 25.03 -1.0US Bc pfN USBpN ... ... ... sUS Brent BNO ... ... ...q 22.09 11.88 189 22.13 +22.3US Cellular USM ... ... 48 41.82 32.06 109 36.66 -2.6US Cellu60 UZA 1.74 6.8 ... 26.26 23.80 7 25.43 +.8US Cellu 63 UZB 1.81 7.0 ... 27.83 24.46 14 25.97 +1.0US Cell64 UZC 1.81 6.8 ... 27.50 24.55 28 26.46 +2.1sUSCmdtyFd USCI ... ... ...q 44.95 36.98 50 44.91 +5.6sUSDslHtOil UHN ... ... ...q 21.25 12.90 2 21.62 +11.8sUS GasFd UGA ... ... ...q 35.92 22.30 62 35.83 +12.5USCoppFd CPER ... ... ...q 21.26 16.00 0 19.57 -7.1USAgriFd USAG ... ... ...q 17.98 15.87 16.55 +.2US NGas rs UNG ... ... ...q 30.88 20.40 3612 23.26 sUS OilFd USO ... ... ...q 14.48 8.65 17192 14.49 +20.6tUS ShrtOil DNO ... ... ...q 81.00 46.57 6 46.52 -18.1USSteel X .20 .5 22 47.64 19.20 7461 37.54 +6.7UtdTech UTX 2.80 2.2 22 139.24 109.10 3329 124.61 -2.3UtdhlthGp UNH 3.00 1.2 23 250.79 172.60 2376 242.96 +10.2UNITIL UTL 1.46 3.2 24 52.84 40.92 40 45.87 +.5Univar n UNVR ... ... ...cc 31.95 25.79 1125 27.96 -9.7UnvslCp UVV 2.20 4.6 36 70.20 45.95 144 47.65 -9.2UnvHR UHT 2.64 4.5 34 84.90 53.00 62 58.11 -22.6UnivHlthS UHS .40 .3 15 128.15 95.26 953 118.70 +4.7sUniv Insur UVE .69a 2.0 12 35.60 15.08 352 35.35 +29.3UnvSecInst UUU ... ... ...dd 3.50 1.15 15 1.43 -16.2UnivTInst UTI .08 2.6 ...dd 3.80 2.21 21 3.13 +30.4UnumGrp UNM .92 2.4 2 58.73 37.57 2574 38.86 -29.2Ur-Energy URG ... ... 74 .79 .50 546 .74 +7.6UraniumEn UEC ... ... ...dd 2.00 .96 482 1.57 -11.3UrbnEdg n UE .88 4.3 24 26.19 19.51 806 20.31 -20.3UrstdBid UBP 1.06f 6.3 17 18.92 15.36 1 16.84 -.6UrsBidA UBA 1.08f 5.3 16 23.94 17.20 49 20.39 -6.2UrsBid pfG UBPpG 1.69 6.8 ... 26.60 24.81 2 25.03 -4.8UrstBid pfH UBPpH 1.56 6.7 ... 26.88 22.97 22 23.21 -11.2V -VF Corp VFC 1.84 2.3 42 84.38 52.35 1877 79.96 +8.1VICI Pr n VICI ... ... ... 21.33 17.58 3875 19.70 -5.7VOC EnTr VOC .47e 7.9 13 6.66 3.15 82 5.95 +.5sVaalcoE EGY ... ... ... 1.69 .68 4468 1.87 +168.3VailRsrt MTN 5.88 2.5 50 239.54 197.48 125 236.61 +11.4Vale SA VALE .29e 1.9 15 15.24 7.65 24579 15.03 +22.9ValeantPh VRX ... ... 6 24.43 10.94 7229 22.03 +6.0sValeroE VLO 3.20 2.7 32 116.43 60.69 5770 119.71 +30.2ValeroEPt VLP 2.03f 5.0 15 48.66 33.25 38 40.41 -9.2Valhi VHI .08 1.1 66 9.24 2.13 254 7.27 +17.8Validus VR 1.52 2.3 15 67.80 41.15 348 67.50 +43.9Validus pfA VRpA ... ... ... 26.12 24.12 7 25.49 -1.7Validus pfB VRpB ... ... ... 26.23 24.15 35 25.14 -1.9VlyNBcp VLY .44 3.5 22 13.38 10.61 3271 12.72 +13.4VlyNB wt18 VLY/WS ... ... ... .33 .04 .15 +32.7VlyNBc pfA VLYpA 1.56 6.0 ... 31.79 25.83 5 26.19 -5.6VlyBcp pfB VLYpB ... ... ... 27.32 24.99 12 25.64 -3.1Valmont VMI 1.50 1.0 21 176.35 137.90 92 146.50 -11.7Valvoline n VVV .30 1.4 ... 25.63 19.86 1602 21.31 -15.0VanEMGold OUNZ ... ... ...q 13.44 11.93 26 12.70 -1.2VanEGold GDX .06e .3 ...q 25.58 20.84 21498 22.19 -4.5VnE LgFl n LFEQ ... ... ... 28.49 24.98 15 26.56 +.9VanE Grn n GRNB ... ... ... 27.50 25.81 1 26.05 -3.5sVnEkSteel SLX .40e .8 ...q 51.91 35.06 34 51.51 +12.3MV Pharm PPH 1.30e 2.2 ...q 58.24 VnEkHiIn rs YMLP ... ... ...q 25.49 20.51 8 22.22 -4.8VanE Env EVX .53e .6 ...q 91.77 77.29 1 89.53 +3.0VanE 12-17 n ITML ... ... ... VanE USBd IGEM ... ... ...q 25.19 23.27 23.27 -5.4VanE EMHi HYEM 1.57 6.7 ...q 24.95 23.19 774 23.27 -4.9VanEHiYM HYD 1.45 4.7 ...q 31.47 30.22 268 31.15 -.2VanE ChiBd CBON .68e ... ...q 24.34 21.60 23.82 +4.9VnEkShHY SHYD .81 3.3 ...q 25.30 24.04 32 24.28 +.4VanE TrH n THHY ... ... ... VnEkRus RSX .01e ... ...q 24.33 18.11 6272 21.36 +.7VanE BDC BIZD 1.47e 8.9 ...q 18.41 15.39 23 16.56 -.2VEckPfSec PFXF 1.24e 6.5 ...q 20.27 18.60 111 19.03 -3.2VanE FallA ANGL 1.63e 4.6 ...q 30.39 28.76 215 29.05 -3.0tVanE IntHY IHY 1.26 5.1 ...q 26.20 24.78 71 24.83 -3.1VanE Reit MORT 2.36e 8.2 ...q 25.41 21.20 8 23.13 -3.9VnEkCfMun XMPT 1.35 5.4 ...q 27.65 24.80 14 24.97 -6.2VanE EmM EMAG .92 4.4 ...q 22.45 20.70 20.90 -4.3VanE IGFlt FLTR .15e .6 ...q 25.42 25.13 353 25.33 +.2VanE EMBd EMLC .98 5.5 ...q 19.91 17.82 3636 17.85 -6.0VanEAltEn GEX 1.07e 1.7 ...q 64.75 57.00 1 62.64 +2.4VEckMun PRB .15e .6 ...q 24.71 24.08 2 24.28 -.1VnEkSMu SMB .20 1.2 ...q 17.67 17.05 21 17.16 -.5VanE LgMu MLN .62 3.2 ...q 20.43 19.41 34 19.62 -3.5VanEIntMu ITM .54 2.3 ...q 24.33 23.25 160 23.36 -2.9VnEkHiInInf YMLI 1.20 9.5 ...q 15.43 11.07 6 12.61 -6.1VanE GenDr GNRX ... ... ... 26.68 20.60 1 24.60 +1.2sVanE OilR CRAK ... ... ...q 33.21 22.33 81 33.35 +8.6V IntMoat MOTI ... ... ...q 36.88 32.70 3 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1.8 ...q 20.50 14.01 353 17.43 -2.5VanEBrzSC BRF ... ... ...q 26.12 18.45 34 20.32 -13.3VanEIndo IDX .25e 1.2 ...q 26.90 21.05 11 21.60 -13.0VanENatRs HAP .64e 1.7 ...q 39.67 32.28 58 38.29 +3.2VanE VAfr AFK .53e 2.1 ...q 27.39 21.35 4 25.56 +2.8VanE Gam BJK 1.07e 2.2 ...q 50.18 38.91 32 49.47 +6.1tVangLTBd BLV 3.92e 4.3 ...q 95.98 86.90 112 86.61 -8.9tVangIntBd BIV 2.17a 2.7 ...q 85.85 79.95 391 79.95 -4.6VangSTBd BSV 1.08e 1.2 ...q 80.25 77.83 1275 77.89 -1.5tVangTotBd BND 2.06e 2.3 ...q 82.71 78.37 2036 78.33 -4.0tVangExDur EDV 4.81e 3.3 ...q 123.85 107.67 75 107.89 -10.8VangMegG MGK 1.33e 1.1 ...q 121.09 99.08 89 117.26 +5.3VangMegV MGV 1.53e 2.0 ...q 81.59 68.12 49 75.76 -.9VangMega MGC 1.47e 1.5 ...q 96.61 81.76 96.61 +5.3VanHiDvY VYM 2.10e 2.5 ...q 90.93 77.08 1150 84.31 -1.5VangEMI VXF 1.13e 1.0 ...q 118.06 99.23 124 116.76 +4.5VangGrth VUG 1.38e .9 ...q 152.38 125.78 455 147.86 +5.1VangLgCp VV 1.84e 1.5 ...q 131.68 109.55 173 125.06 +2.0VangMidC VO 1.76e 1.1 ...q 164.17 140.54 266 157.68 +1.9VangSmCp VB 1.63e 1.1 ...q 155.86 131.25 331 154.43 +4.5sVangSCG VBK 1.19e .7 ...q 173.32 141.74 163 173.11 +7.6VangSCV VBR 1.96e 1.4 ...q 138.96 118.55 209 135.46 +2.0VangTSM VTI 2.17e 1.5 ...q 146.87 122.64 1659 140.51 +2.4VangValu VTV 2.05e 1.9 ...q 113.46 94.73 816 105.53 -.7VangSP500 VOO 3.81e 1.5 ...q 263.37 219.23 1714 249.88 +1.9VangMCVal VOE 1.76e 1.6 ...q 117.97 101.23 160 111.43 -.1VangMCGr VOT .82e .6 ...q 136.45 115.92 294 133.11 +4.2VangREIT VNQ 3.08e 4.1 ...q 86.14 72.05 3998 75.74 -8.7VangDivAp VIG 1.82e 1.8 ...q 108.99 91.05 509 101.86 -.2VangAllWld VSS 2.83e 2.3 ...q 127.14 106.63 271 120.82 +1.3VangTotW VT 1.53e 2.0 ...q 78.12 67.02 78.12 +5.2VangAllW VEU 1.34e 2.4 ...q 58.90 49.58 1364 55.08 +.7VangEmg VWO 1.10e 2.4 ...q 50.99 40.29 10316 45.37 -1.2VangPacif VPL 1.37e 1.9 ...q 77.96 64.78 284 73.69 +1.1VangEur VGK 1.71e 2.8 ...q 63.60 54.60 6297 60.12 +1.6VangTEBd VTEB .28e ... ...q 52.07 50.36 434 50.62 -2.0Vang500Gr VOOG 1.62e 1.1 ...q 149.28 121.74 26 144.61 +5.6Van500Val VOOV 2.01e 1.9 ...q 116.72 99.40 26 107.89 -1.9sVanSC600V VIOV 1.66e 1.2 ...q 139.36 114.49 7 140.08 +5.9sVanSC600G VIOG 1.13e .7 ...q 158.00 128.05 8 158.59 +8.7sVangSC600 VIOO 1.19e .8 ...q 149.15 121.82 21 149.66 +7.4VanMC400V IVOV 1.50e 1.2 ...q 126.33 109.00 7 123.63 +1.5VanMC400G IVOG 1.16e .8 ...q 142.23 118.23 63 138.89 +4.4VanMC400 IVOO 1.57e 1.2 ...q 134.59 113.66 13 131.40 +2.7VangFTSE VEA 1.10e 2.4 ...q 47.89 40.88 5153 45.41 +1.2VangCnD VCR 2.03e 1.2 ...q 171.48 138.69 48 164.18 +5.3VangCnS VDC 3.69e 2.8 ...q 151.29 126.78 103 129.97 -11.0sVangEngy VDE 2.37e 2.2 ...q 107.20 83.80 373 108.59 +9.7VangFncl VFH .90e 1.3 ...q 75.48 58.63 940 71.25 +1.7VanHC Etf VHT 1.96e 1.2 ...q 171.30 139.00 97 157.87 +2.4VangIndl VIS 2.25e 1.6 ...q 151.28 125.41 78 140.73 -1.2VangInfT VGT 1.61e .9 ...q 186.36 139.43 326 181.30 +10.1VangMat VAW 2.12e 1.6 ...q 144.65 118.30 154 135.72 -.7VangUtil VPU 3.41e 3.1 ...q 125.54 104.82 169 109.57 -6.0VangTel VOX 3.14e 3.8 ...q 96.48 81.62 39 83.29 -8.6VantageEn VEI ... ... ... VarianMed VAR ... ... 90 130.29 94.81 595 118.27 +6.4VectorGp VGR 1.60b 8.5 23 23.14 18.70 1153 18.83 -15.9Vectren VVC 1.80 2.6 27 70.76 57.48 730 69.49 +6.9Vectrus VEC ... ... 14 41.48 25.17 111 31.24 +1.3VedantaLtd VEDL 1.20e 7.2 ... 21.99 13.85 1262 16.57 -20.5VeevaSys VEEV ... ... 93 79.15 52.17 629 76.15 +37.8VenatorM n VNTR ... ... ... 26.90 17.03 394 18.33 -17.1Ventas VTR 3.16 6.1 14 72.36 46.55 2218 51.46 -14.2VentasR 43 VTRB 1.36 5.5 ... 25.80 24.15 2 24.90 -1.0Vereit VER .55 8.0 ...cc 8.75 6.52 6044 6.88 -11.7Vereit pf VERpR 1.68 6.7 ... 27.05 24.43 92 25.05 -2.0VeriFone PAY ... ... 17 23.14 14.90 909 22.83 +28.9Veritiv VRTV ... ... ...dd 46.10 20.35 30 32.10 +11.1VerizonCm VZ 2.36 4.9 7 54.77 42.80 8893 47.85 -9.6VerizonC 54 VZA 1.48 5.8 ... 27.23 25.39 21 25.57 -3.1VermilnE g VET 2.03 ... ... 40.59 29.91 287 36.20 -.3sVerso Cp VRS ... ... ... 20.48 3.17 502 20.65 +17.5Versum VSM .24f .6 ... 42.74 30.57 284 39.43 +4.2ViadCorp VVI .40 .8 25 61.85 42.99 64 50.60 -8.7Vicon VII ... ... ...dd .76 .30 134 .36 -9.8VictSCHiD CSB .60e ... ...q 45.62 39.13 1 44.46 -.3VinaConc VCO .66e 1.5 ... 47.99 30.43 2 44.50 +20.3VinceHlg rs VNCE ... ... 3 9.52 3.20 23 8.90 +43.8Vipshop VIPS ... ... 25 19.14 7.79 17996 12.15 +3.7VirnetX VHC ... ... ...dd 8.75 2.10 424 3.30 -10.8VirDynCr n BLHY ... ... ... 25.49 24.36 4 24.58 -.9VirShUS n VESH ... ... ... 24.93 21.19 1 22.60 -1.1ZweigTR ZTR .97 8.9 ...q 14.18 10.74 58 10.92 -18.5VirtGblMSc VGI 1.87 12.7 ...q 19.46 13.76 32 14.78 -15.5Visa s V .84 .6 43 132.50 92.43 4911 129.93 +14.0VishayInt VSH .34f 1.6 ...dd 23.85 15.95 1127 21.45 +3.4VishayPrc VPG ... ... 33 36.35 16.55 57 36.00 +43.1VistaGold VGZ ... ... ...dd .97 .60 46 .72 +2.6VistaOutd n VSTO ... ... ...dd 25.07 12.36 1225 14.09 -3.3VistraEn n VST ... ... ... 24.39 14.70 4051 22.88 +24.9VitaminSh VSI ... ... 5 12.25 2.95 439 5.00 +13.6VivintSolar VSLR ... ... 16 6.10 2.70 613 4.15 +2.5VMware VMW ... ... 69 165.00 85.45 1271 137.51 +9.7VoceraCm VCRA ... ... ...dd 32.23 22.43 264 25.66 -15.1VolarisAv VLRS ... ... ... 16.00 5.47 350 5.55 -30.8VolitionRX VNRX ... ... ... 4.00 1.85 84 2.37 -19.4VoltInfoSci VISI ... ... ...dd 6.05 2.16 19 2.90 -23.7Vonage VG ... ... ...dd 11.94 6.28 1031 11.40 +12.1Vornado VNO 2.52 3.8 23 80.92 64.14 702 66.25 -15.3Vorndo pfK VNOpK 1.43 5.9 ... 25.87 23.64 13 24.00 -5.0Vorndo pfL VNOpL 1.35 5.9 ... 25.78 22.37 45 22.71 -8.8Vornad pfM VNOpM 1.31 6.0 ... 25.18 21.57 66 21.73 -13.4Voxeljet VJET ... ... ... 6.37 3.07 37 3.49 -23.6VoyaAsPcD IAE 1.02 9.9 ...q 11.38 10.04 18 10.26 -2.1VoyaEmHi IHD .92 10.1 ...q 9.86 8.47 28 9.08 +2.0sVoyaFincl VOYA .04 .1 20 54.87 33.53 3293 55.15 +11.5VoyaGlAdv IGA 1.12 9.8 ...q 11.85 10.45 33 11.43 VoyaGlbDv IGD .91 12.5 ...q 8.16 7.00 255 7.28 -6.1VoyaInfra IDE 1.46 9.5 ...q 17.66 14.35 53 15.37 -8.8VoyaIntHD IID .83 12.0 ...q 7.94 6.69 17 6.88 -8.8VoyaPrRTr PPR .29 5.7 ...q 5.44 4.98 333 5.10 +.6VoyaNatRs IRR .81 12.5 ...q 7.00 5.63 59 6.48 +3.5VulcanM VMC 1.12 .9 27 141.20 108.17 1081 126.04 -1.8W -sW&T Off WTI .40 4.8 14 8.04 1.81 4910 8.27 +149.8WBI TacGr WBIA .03e .1 ...q 26.51 22.50 8 24.35 -3.1WBI TactV WBIB .08e .3 ...q 27.48 23.67 5 24.17 -8.3WBI TacYd WBIC .28e 1.2 ...q 23.53 20.92 6 22.56 +.8WBI TacSel WBID .05e .2 ...q 25.62 21.85 6 23.90 -2.5WBI LCTG WBIE .19e .7 ...q 28.05 23.50 8 25.87 -.7WBI LCTV WBIF .22e .8 ...q 30.46 25.25 7 28.17 -2.6WBI LCTY WBIG .31e 1.2 ...q 28.00 22.29 10 25.63 -.9WBI LCTS WBIL .04e .1 ...q 29.15 24.55 8 26.70 -2.7WBI PwFact WBIY ... ... ... 27.90 22.34 10 26.98 +1.4WBITacRot WBIR ... ... ... 26.78 24.02 3 25.71 +1.0WBI TacInc WBII .26e 1.1 ...q 25.76 23.89 17 23.92 -5.7WBI THiInc WBIH .45e 1.9 ...q 25.43 23.47 52 23.85 -4.4WEC Engy WEC 2.21 3.7 19 70.09 58.92 1269 60.39 -9.1sWEX Inc WEX ... ... 35 181.93 99.90 338 180.49 +27.8WGL Hold WGL 2.06f 2.3 17 88.34 80.91 377 87.95 +2.5WNS Hldg WNS ... ... 26 49.85 31.47 88 48.35 +20.5WP Carey WPC 4.06f 6.3 18 72.41 59.23 336 64.04 -7.1WPP plc WPP 3.91e 4.4 ... 109.20 76.68 148 89.08 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16.15 30.65 +11.5WellsF pfY WFCpY ... ... ... 26.50 24.33 62 24.83 -4.3WellsF pfX WFCpX ... ... ... 26.16 24.15 67 24.78 -3.0WellsF pfW WFCpW ... ... ... 26.65 24.32 44 25.10 -3.4WellsF pfV WFCpV ... ... ... 26.82 25.00 17 25.85 -3.6EvgGlbDiv EOD .54m 9.6 ...q 6.51 5.57 196 5.63 -5.1WFAdvInco EAD .82 10.1 ...q 8.97 7.80 118 8.05 -4.2WFAdMSec ERC 1.16 9.1 ...q 13.65 12.66 138 12.74 -2.5WFREI pf WFEpA 1.59 6.2 ... 27.40 25.20 5 25.84 -2.5WFAdUtlHi ERH .90 7.4 ...q 13.59 9.51 7 12.21 -7.5Welltower WELL 1.68e 3.1 12 78.17 49.58 1837 53.93 -15.4Welltwr pfI HCNpI 3.25 5.8 ... 69.82 54.50 49 55.80 -6.8WescoAir WAIR ... ... ...dd 11.30 6.05 365 10.55 +42.6Wesco Intl WCC ... ... 18 69.35 48.95 960 59.05 -13.4WestPhrm WST .56 .6 38 103.36 80.02 199 88.42 -10.4WestarEn WR 1.60 3.0 23 57.32 47.06 652 52.90 +.2WstnAlliB WAL ... ... 18 62.49 44.64 435 62.11 +9.7WstnAll56 WALA 1.56 6.1 ... 26.71 25.15 2 25.52 -2.6WstACpLn TLI .87 8.3 ...q 11.69 10.30 61 10.45 -.7WAstEMkt EMD .84 6.2 ...q 16.16 13.59 187 13.65 -12.2WsADefOp GDO 1.36 8.2 ...q 18.58 16.41 32 16.55 -8.1WAstGlbHi EHI 1.16 12.4 ...q 10.40 9.23 111 9.32 -8.8WstAstHI2 HIX .80 13.5 ...q 7.37 5.97 311 6.53 -6.3WAHiInOp HIO .43 8.8 ...q 5.21 4.76 235 4.83 -4.7WAstHYOp HYI 1.32 9.0 ...q 16.14 14.47 72 14.67 -3.0WstnAsst PAI .69 5.1 ...q 17.37 13.32 26 13.66 -13.7WstnAsInt SBI .48 5.5 ...q 9.98 8.58 71 8.67 -6.9WAstDefOp IGI 1.20 5.7 ...q 23.67 19.85 12 21.22 -7.2WAMgdMu MMU .78 6.2 ...q 14.60 12.64 104 12.67 -10.0WstAstMtg WMC 1.24e 12.1 8 10.95 8.54 229 10.28 +3.3WAMtDOp DMO 2.82a 11.6 ...q 27.29 22.88 35 24.25 -1.7WA MunDef MTT 1.01a 4.8 ...q 23.85 20.45 18 20.98 +.4WstAMunHi MHF .34 4.6 ...q 8.05 7.08 73 7.28 -1.7WAMunPrt MNP .87 6.2 ...q 16.26 13.94 23 14.02 -7.9tWAstBdF WEA 1.08 8.6 ...q 14.40 12.64 13 12.63 -8.5WstAVari GFY .93 5.5 ...q 17.79 16.59 5 17.05 -1.8WAstInfSc WIA .38 3.4 ...q 12.10 11.10 45 11.29 -4.2WAstInfOpp WIW .40 3.6 ...q 11.75 10.94 93 11.07 -3.1WstC&G gs WRN ... ... ... 1.44 .71 860 .93 -7.9WstnGasEq 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WstnUnion WU .76f 3.8 11 22.21 18.38 3845 20.11 +5.8WestlkChm WLK 1.59f 1.3 12 121.94 60.23 769 120.83 +13.4WestlkCLP WLKP 1.55 6.9 16 25.65 21.10 53 22.50 -9.8WestmRs s WMLP .46m 42.4 ...dd 4.60 .98 40 1.09 -60.9WestpacBk WBK 1.52e 7.0 ... 26.38 21.13 205 21.82 -10.5WestRck WRK 1.72 2.8 18 71.55 51.95 1280 62.28 -1.5WestwdH WHG 2.72 4.7 12 71.00 53.00 24 58.16 -12.2Weyerhsr WY 1.28f 3.5 32 37.89 30.95 2997 36.29 +2.9WheatPr g WPM .28e ... 27 22.72 18.32 1300 21.60 -2.4Whrlpl WHR 4.60f 2.8 34 202.99 145.59 3897 161.85 -4.0WhtMtIns WTM 1.00 .1 59 903.26 786.23 52 882.36 +3.7WhiteWB wi WWAV/B/WI ... ... ... WhitestnR WSR 1.14 10.0 29 15.15 10.06 393 11.44 -20.6sWhitngPet rs WLL ... ... ...dd 49.73 15.88 5488 51.76 +95.5WidOpW n WOW ... ... ... 17.89 6.03 445 8.48 -19.8WidePoint WYY ... ... ...dd .73 .40 109 .50 -23.1WildhRs n WRD ... ... ... 29.67 10.36 2871 26.47 +43.8WileyJA JW/A 1.20 1.8 22 68.40 50.08 145 67.00 +1.9WileyJB JW/B 1.20 1.8 22 68.00 50.52 0 66.88 +1.8WLyonHm WLH ... ... 13 32.95 18.85 636 25.07 -13.8WmsCos WMB 1.36 4.9 11 33.67 24.00 24220 28.01 -8.1WillmsPtrs WPZ 2.46f 5.9 49 44.06 32.74 7467 41.49 +7.0WmsSon WSM 1.72f 3.5 14 56.38 42.68 1285 48.79 -5.6Winnbgo WGO .40 1.1 15 58.65 24.15 288 37.35 -32.8Wipro s WIT .03e .6 ... 6.40 4.54 623 4.63 -15.4WirelessT WTT ... ... ...dd 2.64 1.35 16 2.42 -.4WT IntQua IQDG ... ... ... 32.75 27.93 9 31.13 +1.4WT ST HiYl SFHY ... ... ... 50.79 48.47 0 49.55 +1.1WT ShTr n SFIG ... ... ... 49.88 48.58 48.71 -1.3WT HiYld n WHFY ... ... ... 52.27 48.87 0 49.37 -2.0WT Corp n WFIG ... ... ... 50.34 47.40 0 47.45 -5.0WT EmMDv DVEM ... ... ... 36.70 29.65 2 33.24 +.1WT G exMx XMX ... ... ... 31.68 26.79 29.96 +1.1WT DyCEu DDEZ ... ... ... 33.88 29.43 32.06 +1.8WT DyInEq DDWM ... ... ... 32.00 28.25 14 30.93 +1.3WT DyInSm DDLS ... ... ... 34.74 30.07 33.53 +.1WT DynCJp DDJP ... ... ... 31.29 27.03 29.65 -.7WTBearEq DYB ... ... ...q 26.34 24.64 0 25.89 -.7WT LgSEq DYLS ... ... ...q 34.53 29.07 11 33.20 +1.9WT EuLoc EZR ... ... ... 34.19 27.88 1 31.57 +1.4WT GlExUS HDRW ... ... ... 29.34 26.12 27.52 -1.6WT SCDiv HGSD ... ... ...q 26.52 23.81 26.13 -.3WT GlSmC GSD ... ... ... 35.24 30.06 32.60 -1.4WTWkDUSE USWD ... ... ...q 34.04 28.95 32.50 +2.5WT StrDl n EMSD ... ... ... 29.79 27.09 28.46 +1.8WT DomE n WUSA ... ... ... 33.00 27.87 31.10 -1.2WT JpnHCr DXJH 4.10e .6 ...q 38.12 32.26 37.83 +2.7tWTUSEnYd AGGY 1.44 3.0 ...q 55.58 48.23 42 48.21 -4.9WTxUSDiv DXUS .04e ... ...q 28.05 25.16 26.19 -2.6WTEurSmC EUSC .53e ... ...q 32.83 28.83 17 32.00 +2.9WT PutStr PUTW ... ... ... 30.04 26.65 51 29.39 +1.1WT EMexSt XSOE .77e 2.5 ...q 35.10 26.36 36 31.34 -1.6WT JpDvG JHDG ... ... ...q 30.34 25.63 1 29.03 +.2WTIntHDv IHDG .70e 1.4 ...q 32.86 29.34 59 32.55 +2.7WT EurDiv EUDG .51e 1.9 ...q 28.46 24.74 3 26.93 -.1WTFltRtTr USFR ... ... ...q 27.90 24.96 59 25.11 +.4sWT EurHdg HEDJ 3.51e 2.2 ...q 66.99 60.26 586 67.05 +5.2tWT AsiaDb ALD 1.02 2.3 ...q 46.97 44.40 1 44.49 -2.6WTEmLDbt ELD 1.74 4.8 ...q 40.08 36.10 53 36.24 -5.7WT GlRlR n RRF ... ... ... 40.35 WisDynCu n DHDG ... ... ... 26.16 23.26 25.58 +2.1WisYldEn n SHAG ... ... ... 52.53 48.69 5 48.82 -1.8Wis US Mul USMF ... ... ... 29.45 24.68 0 28.81 +3.7GrnHCmdty GCC ... ... ...q 19.78 17.92 17 19.38 +.8WT Diefa DWM .74e 1.3 ...q 59.63 51.45 14 56.30 +.9WT DefaEq DTH 1.75e 3.9 ...q 47.40 41.49 5 44.56 +.4WTDv exF DTN 2.48e 2.9 ...q 92.93 80.20 33 86.81 -1.8WTEurEq DEW 1.75e 3.7 ...q 51.17 44.94 2 47.26 -2.6WTEurSC DFE 1.48e 2.1 ...q 75.61 63.66 34 71.08 +.7WT EqInco DHS 2.10e 3.0 ...q 75.26 66.21 130 69.05 -5.2WTIntD exF DOO 2.01e 4.5 ...q 46.39 40.29 4 44.57 +2.7WT IntLC DOL 1.69e 3.3 ...q 54.18 46.87 223 51.14 +1.0WTIntMC DIM 1.53e 2.2 ...q 73.72 63.06 16 70.03 +1.5WTIntSC DLS 1.16e 1.5 ...q 81.62 68.71 98 77.26 +.6WTGxUSDv DNL .99e 1.7 ...q 62.84 52.50 1 58.70 -.8WTJpnSC DFJ 1.26e 1.5 ...q 85.64 68.86 75 82.38 +2.4WTJpHedg DXJ 1.37e 2.3 ...q 62.78 50.80 1538 58.48 -1.4WT LCD DLN 1.84e 2.0 ...q 97.25 82.74 37 90.29 -2.0WT MCD s DON ... ... ...q 36.59 31.65 151 35.06 -.6 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page A -:A-MarkPM AMRK .32 2.5 56 18.83 10.39 3 12.97 -11.5AAON AAON .26 .8 37 40.25 29.05 282 31.05 -15.4AC Immun n ACIU ... ... ... 13.91 6.03 13 10.02 -21.7ACI Wwde ACIW ... ... ...cc 26.37 20.23 1154 23.85 +5.2ACM Rsc n ACMR ... ... ... 15.60 4.74 37 11.40 +117.1ACNB Cp ACNB .92f 2.9 17 32.00 24.45 5 31.90 +8.0AGNC Inv AGNC 2.16 11.5 7 22.34 17.84 2076 18.84 -6.7AGNC pfB AGNCB 1.94 7.6 ... 26.87 25.28 5 25.56 -1.1AGNC pfC AGNCN 1.75 6.8 ... 26.79 24.95 15 25.60 -.5ALJ Reg n ALJJ ... ... ... 3.78 1.77 77 1.96 -37.8sAMAG Ph AMAG ... ... ...dd 24.55 11.93 599 24.65 +86.0AMC Net AMCX ... ... 11 67.44 46.89 376 57.32 +6.0ANGI Hme ANGI ... ... ... 15.77 10.24 724 14.04 +34.2ANI Ph h ANIP ... ... 26 74.70 42.23 84 64.61 +.2ARC Grp ARCW ... ... ...dd 4.00 1.80 8 2.40 +14.3ARCAbio rs ABIO ... ... ...dd 2.71 .45 413 .57 -57.9ARMO Bi n ARMO ... ... ... 57.19 25.10 585 49.80 +67.5ASLAN n ASLN ... ... ... 6.83 5.08 109 6.21 +10.7ASML Hld ASML 1.71e .8 41 216.00 126.03 524 202.38 +16.4ASV Hld n ASV ... ... ... 10.80 6.22 63 7.10 -30.0ATA Inc ATAI .41e 8.0 ...dd 6.62 3.04 0 5.10 +10.4ATN Intl ATNI .68 1.3 ...dd 71.25 49.50 44 52.38 -5.2AV Homes AVHI ... ... 4 20.50 14.65 67 16.90 +1.5AXT Inc AXTI ... ... 21 10.75 5.80 153 6.65 -23.6Abaxis ABAX .72f .9 71 83.78 43.66 1106 83.72 +69.1AbeonaTh ABEO ... ... ...dd 22.75 4.55 881 21.45 +35.3Abeona wt ABEOW ... ... ... 17.56 2.50 9.55 -17.7Ability rs ABIL ... ... ... 16.90 2.35 14 2.54 -42.2Abiomed ABMD ... ... ...cc 387.21 129.80 536 379.94 +102.7Ablynx n ABLX ... ... ... 55.29 17.75 36 52.90 +111.7Aboro n ABP ... ... ... sAbraxas AXAS ... ... 44 2.99 1.45 5852 3.08 +25.2AcaciaC n ACIA ... ... ...dd 50.10 24.72 1082 32.55 -10.2AcaciaTc ACTG .50 12.8 ...dd 5.50 2.90 333 3.90 -3.7AcadiaHlt ACHC ... ... 18 54.34 26.92 464 42.05 +28.9AcadiaPh ACAD ... ... ...dd 41.20 14.51 1957 18.13 -39.8Acasti g rs ACST ... ... ...dd 3.36 .60 135 .70 -25.9AccelrDiag AXDX ... ... ...dd 30.45 16.75 383 22.15 -15.5Acceleron XLRN ... ... ...dd 46.93 24.37 250 34.70 -18.2AccessNt ANCX .60 2.1 24 30.99 24.36 50 27.92 +.3Accuray ARAY ... ... ...dd 6.15 3.60 255 4.90 +14.0AcelRx ACRX ... ... ...dd 5.75 1.55 1277 3.00 +48.1AcerTh rs ACER ... ... ... 22.63 5.70 14 19.82 +43.1AcetoCorp ACET .04m 1.4 ...dd 17.10 2.22 353 2.76 -73.3Achaogen AKAO ... ... ...dd 27.49 9.83 869 12.49 +16.3AchvLfS rs ACHV ... ... ...dd 6.27 1.01 34 1.14 -15.1Achillion ACHN ... ... ...dd 5.66 2.58 874 3.59 +24.7AclarisTh n ACRS ... ... ...dd 30.08 16.01 144 19.64 -20.4AcordaTh ACOR ... ... ...dd 29.60 13.60 349 24.15 +12.6ActivsBliz ATVI .34f .5 46 79.63 53.66 6446 71.66 +13.2Acxiom ACXM ... ... ...cc 32.93 18.60 1800 27.50 -.2AdamasPh ADMS ... ... ...dd 44.00 13.50 582 32.67 -3.6AdamisPh ADMP ... ... ...dd 6.45 2.35 639 4.35 -1.1Adaptim n ADAP ... ... ... 14.63 4.28 397 12.02 +79.9AddusHmC ADUS ... ... 44 55.75 30.95 69 53.00 +52.3ADDvtgTch AEY ... ... ...dd 2.33 1.21 15 1.29 -12.3 AdestoTc n IOTS ... ... ...dd 9.95 4.00 87 8.70 +34.9AdmaBio ADMA ... ... ...dd 5.70 2.01 467 5.42 +68.8AdobeSy ADBE ... ... 70 243.34 130.82 1675 236.85 +35.2Adomani n ADOM ... ... ... 18.31 .50 39 .63 -85.7Adtran ADTN .36 2.4 41 25.10 14.30 313 14.75 -23.8AduroBio n ADRO ... ... ...dd 14.05 5.83 552 8.10 +8.0AdvEmis n ADES 1.00 8.4 3 12.20 7.00 254 11.84 +22.6AdvEnId AEIS ... ... 18 95.00 57.35 276 66.14 -2.0AdvMatls CDTI ... ... ...dd 3.55 1.09 1.17 -25.8AMD AMD ... ... ... 15.65 9.04 37921 12.82 +24.7Advaxis wt ADXSW ... ... ... 5.18 .62 .87 -13.3Advaxis ADXS ... ... ...dd 9.55 1.51 694 1.77 -37.7AdverumBi ADVM ... ... ...dd 8.59 2.40 690 6.00 +71.4AdvS Vice n ACT ... ... ... 29.50 24.23 1 25.18 -3.9Aegion AEGN ... ... 22 28.19 19.11 95 25.41 -.1AegleaBio n AGLE ... ... ...dd 11.35 2.81 144 10.68 +97.4AehrTest h AEHR ... ... ... 4.83 2.12 29 2.36 -12.9Aemetis AMTX ... ... ...dd 3.12 .45 82 1.71 +210.9AeriePhm AERI ... ... ...dd 66.60 38.23 248 51.15 -14.4AeroViron AVAV ... ... 63 62.20 30.03 1870 55.80 -.6AEtern g rs AEZS ... ... ...dd 3.29 .82 186 1.90 -19.5Aethlon rs AEMD ... ... ...dd 3.85 .79 247 1.27 +11.9AeviGeno GNMX ... ... ...dd 2.65 .98 74 1.62 +35.0AffimedNV AFMD ... ... ...dd 2.85 1.15 255 2.43 +86.5Agenus AGEN ... ... ...dd 6.19 3.06 1060 3.35 +2.8AgileThera AGRX ... ... ...dd 5.60 1.93 272 2.50 -7.1Agilysys AGYS ... ... ...dd 13.00 9.32 23 12.54 +2.1AgiosPhm AGIO ... ... ...dd 89.33 45.96 158 86.01 +50.4AgroFresh AGFS ... ... 16 9.05 4.94 117 7.09 -4.2AgroFr wt AGFSW ... ... ... 1.25 .13 .50 +22.0AileronT n ALRN ... ... ... 15.48 5.01 28 5.24 -50.3Aimmune n AIMT ... ... ...dd 42.00 15.97 308 30.01 -20.7AirT Inc AIRT ... ... ...dd 34.83 14.40 1 31.65 +28.2AirTrnsp ATSG ... ... ...dd 27.67 19.17 452 21.62 -6.6AirMedia AMCN ... ... ...dd 2.87 .61 53 .67 -42.1Airgain n AIRG ... ... 33 15.54 7.31 41 8.14 -9.5AkamaiT AKAM ... ... 69 78.28 44.65 6090 76.09 +17.0AkariTh rs AKTX ... ... ... 11.95 1.70 27 1.90 -56.1AkceaTh n AKCA ... ... ... 33.99 8.10 142 22.93 +32.1AkebiaTher AKBA ... ... ...dd 20.25 8.93 248 10.50 -29.4AkersBios AKER ... ... ...dd 1.82 .12 2972 .51 +279.9Akorn Inc AKRX ... ... 41 33.95 10.76 2310 14.24 -55.8Akoustis n AKTS ... ... ... 10.80 4.86 75 6.58 +5.6Alarm.cm n ALRM ... ... 42 49.49 31.28 415 41.53 +10.0AlaskCom ALSK ... ... 57 2.91 1.39 51 1.72 -35.8Albireo ALBO ... ... ... 39.87 15.31 69 32.82 +28.2Alcentra ABDC .72 10.7 ...dd 14.40 5.90 43 6.71 -20.0AlderBioPh ALDR ... ... ...dd 20.00 8.60 877 14.55 +27.1AldeyraTh ALDX ... ... ... 11.90 3.90 220 9.18 +34.9Alexion lf ALXN ... ... 46 149.34 96.18 756 121.15 +1.3Alico ALCO .24 .8 ...dd 34.80 25.55 12 30.45 +3.2AlignTech ALGN ... ... ...cc 296.47 134.68 922 292.72 +31.7tAlimeraSci ALIM ... ... ...dd 1.65 .76 396 .78 -41.3Alkermes ALKS ... ... ...dd 71.22 41.15 823 46.01 -15.9AllgnceBc n ABTX ... ... 30 43.25 31.75 12 42.45 +12.7AllegiantT ALGT 2.80 1.7 12 181.45 111.54 140 160.75 +3.9AllenaPh n ALNA ... ... ... 17.56 6.13 419 16.00 +59.0AlliHold AHGP 2.99f 11.4 7 31.79 22.56 89 26.14 -2.4All MMA n AMMA ... ... ... 3.07 .31 29 .37 -68.0 AllnceRes ARLP 2.06f 11.5 5 23.05 15.55 462 17.90 -9.1AldHlPrd rs AHPI ... ... ...dd 5.25 1.64 12 2.57 +23.0sAlliedMot AMOT .12f .3 46 47.66 22.78 57 47.73 +44.2Alliqua rs ALQA ... ... ...dd 4.60 1.58 13 2.19 +21.0AllotComm ALLT ... ... ...dd 6.09 4.74 20 5.35 +.4AllscriptH MDRX ... ... ...dd 16.13 10.78 985 12.72 -12.6AlnylamP ALNY ... ... ...dd 153.99 62.60 865 101.64 -20.0AlphaOmg AOSL ... ... 20 20.40 12.92 123 14.91 -8.9Alphabet C GOOG ... ... 28 1186.89 894.79 1031 1078.59 +3.1Alphabet A GOOGL ... ... 33 1198.00 915.31 1285 1081.26 +2.6Alphatc rs ATEC ... ... ...dd 4.27 1.58 126 3.67 +38.0AlpImmu n ALPN ... ... ...dd 12.87 2.15 27 8.81 -21.3sAlpsRtSec n SWIN ... ... ... 31.35 26.11 1 31.39 +5.5Altaba AABA ... ... ...cc 80.56 47.74 1956 76.50 +9.5sAltair A n ALTR ... ... ...dd 35.35 16.55 585 36.16 +51.1Altimm rs ALT ... ... ...dd 5.70 .48 1672 .51 -74.6Altisrce n ASPS ... ... 2 31.49 18.53 72 28.99 +3.5AltraIndlM AIMC .68 1.6 25 53.70 38.80 67 43.05 -14.6AmTrstFn AFSI .34 2.5 13 16.37 8.80 2966 13.43 +33.4Amarin AMRN ... ... ... 4.60 2.66 1651 3.26 -18.7Amazon AMZN ... ... ...cc 1638.10 927.00 2131 1581.76 +35.3AmbacF wt AMBCW ... ... ... 12.50 5.04 5.76 +.3AmbacFin AMBC ... ... 8 22.02 13.17 519 18.92 +18.4Ambarella AMBA ... ... 25 66.23 40.06 4142 49.68 -15.4Amdocs DOX 1.00 1.5 18 71.72 60.82 1062 65.56 +.1Amedica rs AMDA ... ... ... 6.94 1.05 677 1.19 -63.6sAmedisys AMED ... ... 43 74.16 45.60 266 74.42 +41.2AMERCO UHAL 2.50e ... 18 400.99 326.30 88 353.96 -6.3AmeriHld n AMRH ... ... ... 13.50 1.10 38 1.14 -63.2AmerHl wt AMRHW ... ... ... 7.58 .25 .84 +9.8AFMulti ATAX .50 8.1 21 6.50 5.75 181 6.20 +2.5AmCarM CRMT ... ... 13 56.80 33.05 17 54.65 +22.4AmAirlines AAL .40 .9 7 59.08 40.65 5326 43.63 -16.1ACapSenF ACSF 1.16 9.4 6 13.65 10.35 76 12.40 +17.8AmElTech AETI ... ... ...dd 2.25 .62 81 .81 -46.0AmerNtl AMNB 3.28f 8.5 17 43.00 34.60 13 38.80 +1.3AmNatIns ANAT 3.28 2.7 22 134.03 110.43 38 120.70 -5.9AmOutBr AOBC ... ... 7 24.49 8.32 665 11.48 -10.6AmPubEd APEI ... ... 33 45.75 17.40 130 39.80 +58.9AmRailcar ARII 1.60 4.0 5 42.52 34.29 60 40.37 -3.0AmrRvr AMRB .20 1.3 29 16.49 12.21 0 15.58 +2.2ASoft lf AMSWA .44 3.3 25 13.69 9.00 33 13.21 +13.6AmSupr rs AMSC ... ... ...dd 7.15 2.89 47 6.70 +84.6AWoodmk AMWD ... ... 24 148.44 78.75 177 86.40 -33.7AmerisBc ABCB .40 .7 21 59.05 41.05 156 55.90 +16.0Amerisafe AMSF .88 1.5 24 67.82 51.20 61 60.25 -2.2AmrSvFin ASRV .06 1.4 ...dd 4.40 3.80 19 4.20 +1.2AmSvFn pf ASRVP 2.11 7.4 ... 30.10 26.50 0 28.57 -1.5AmesNatl ATLO .92f 3.1 20 31.90 26.00 7 29.90 +7.4Amgen AMGN 5.28 3.0 15 201.23 152.16 2265 174.65 +.4AmicusTh FOLD ... ... ... 17.40 7.41 4817 16.56 +15.1AmkorTch AMKR ... ... 8 12.35 8.19 748 8.86 -11.8Amphastar AMPH ... ... ... 20.45 14.40 202 16.22 -15.7AmpOnRt ef IBUY ... ... ... 47.99 32.75 54 46.48 +13.7AmtechSys ASYS ... ... ... 15.45 6.76 285 8.74 -13.2 Nasdaq Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 9 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Friday, May 18, 2018

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Amyris rs AMRS ... ... ...dd 7.30 1.86 988 5.10 +36.0AnalogDev ADI 1.92f 2.0 45 98.38 76.07 3344 95.04 +6.8Anlogic ALOG .40 .5 ...dd 101.80 66.00 127 83.75 Anaptys n ANAB ... ... ... 134.00 18.15 212 89.39 -11.2Anavex rs AVXL ... ... ...dd 6.27 1.85 249 2.55 -20.8AnchBcWA ANCB ... ... 18 25.50 23.70 0 25.40 +2.4Andersons ANDE .66 2.0 ...dd 38.05 29.60 87 32.45 +4.2AngioDyn ANGO ... ... ... 20.71 14.97 212 19.77 +18.9AnikaTh ANIK ... ... 18 69.81 30.91 163 39.03 -27.6Ansys ANSS ... ... 51 173.20 119.14 311 164.58 +11.5AntaresP ATRS ... ... ...dd 4.09 1.58 724 2.59 +30.2tAntherP rs ANTH ... ... ... 2.97 .29 639 .29 -82.5Apellis n APLS ... ... ... 32.00 12.45 286 24.50 +12.9ApogeeE APOG .63 1.5 15 59.76 37.24 89 42.15 -7.8ApollEnd rs APEN ... ... ... 8.50 3.55 58 6.54 +16.8ApolloInv AINV .60 10.6 ... 6.50 5.18 550 5.64 -.4ApolMed n AMEH ... ... ... 30.00 10.00 11 16.19 -32.5AppFolio n APPF ... ... ...cc 58.40 27.20 52 57.60 +38.8Appian A n APPN ... ... ... 43.26 14.60 333 31.45 -.1Apple Inc AAPL 2.92f 1.6 22 190.37 142.20 17014 186.99 +10.5ApplRecy h ARCI ... ... ...dd 1.75 .52 7 .79 -24.0AplDNA wt APDNW ... ... ... 1.04 .21 .37 +1.9ApldDNA APDN ... ... ...dd 3.45 .90 27 1.48 -6.9AppGenTc AGTC ... ... ...dd 6.05 3.25 71 5.50 +52.8ApldMatl AMAT .80f 1.5 17 62.40 40.79 19672 53.96 +5.6ApldOptoel AAOI ... ... 13 103.41 22.54 607 33.74 -10.8Approach AREX ... ... 12 4.21 2.19 929 2.74 -7.4Apptio n APTI ... ... ... 33.28 14.09 424 31.33 +33.2ApricusB rs APRI ... ... ...dd 3.34 .25 230 .30 -83.6sAptevoTh n APVO ... ... ... 6.06 1.15 491 5.94 +40.1AptoseB g APTO ... ... ... 3.97 1.00 104 3.34 +49.1AquaMetal h AQMS ... ... ...dd 13.85 1.42 267 3.22 +51.2AquaB Tc n AQB ... ... ... 9.99 2.25 55 3.01 -14.5AquinoxPh AQXP ... ... ...dd 16.90 10.02 216 13.07 +11.1sArQule ARQL ... ... ...dd 3.53 .94 1237 3.63 +120.0Aradigm h ARDM ... ... ...dd 7.35 .78 11 1.42 -78.8AralezPh ARLZ ... ... ...dd 2.98 .38 1307 .44 -68.9AratanaTh PETX ... ... ...dd 7.67 3.67 207 5.57 +5.9ArbutusB g ABUS ... ... ...dd 8.25 3.20 84 6.40 +26.7sArcBest ARCB .32 .7 17 49.25 16.95 578 48.35 +35.2ArcadB rsn RKDA ... ... ... 66.56 3.60 844 10.00 +81.8ArchCap ACGL ... ... 24 102.60 77.12 440 78.82 -13.2ArchCap pfF ACGLO 1.36 5.7 ... 25.99 23.67 15 24.01 -5.2ArchC pfE ACGLP 1.31 5.5 ... 25.25 22.75 22 23.65 -5.9ArchrkPtrs APLP 1.14 7.5 ...cc 16.59 10.58 15.30 +28.5Arcimoto n FUV ... ... ... 6.35 2.50 6 2.85 -28.9ArcturusT rs ARCT ... ... ... 15.19 4.78 21 6.17 -22.4Ardelyx ARDX ... ... ... 8.65 4.05 104 5.75 -12.9sArenaPh rs ARNA ... ... ...dd 47.22 11.30 809 47.29 +39.2AresCap ARCC 1.52 9.2 8 16.96 15.03 1214 16.57 +5.4Argenx n ARGX ... ... ... 99.99 17.33 77 94.49 +49.7ArkRst ARKR 1.00 3.8 98 29.49 21.75 10 26.41 -2.3Arotech ARTX ... ... 26 4.35 2.70 147 3.73 +4.9ArrayBio ARRY ... ... ...dd 18.78 7.15 1597 15.75 +23.0ArrisIntl ARRS ... ... 31 30.38 22.60 2306 26.58 +3.5ArrowFn AROW 1.00b 2.7 17 38.60 29.81 10 37.70 +11.0ArrCountR n DWCR ... ... ... 33.04 29.75 30.20 ArwDWATc DWAT .09e .7 ...q 12.50 10.52 34 12.05 +3.5ArrowPhm ARWR ... ... ...dd 10.10 1.42 972 9.53 +159.0Arsanis n ASNS ... ... 21 28.69 10.40 54 19.65 +54.0ArtesRes ARTNA .95f 2.6 25 43.22 32.00 11 36.81 -4.5ArtsWay ARTW .05 1.8 ...dd 3.40 2.00 0 2.78 -7.0AscenaRtl ASNA ... ... ...dd 3.34 1.65 3586 3.03 +28.9Ascendis n ASND ... ... ... 70.50 21.95 65 66.92 +67.0AscentCap ASCMA ... ... ... 17.84 2.11 51 2.36 -79.5AsiaPWire APWC .10e ... ... 3.10 2.26 9 2.50 -9.1AspenGp n ASPU ... ... ... 9.61 5.35 42 8.08 -9.4AspenTech AZPN ... ... 39 95.09 53.51 526 93.84 +41.8AssembBio ASMB ... ... ...dd 67.36 18.60 145 42.53 -6.0AstaFund s ASFI 5.30e ... ...cc 5.30 2.82 1 3.63 +5.3Astec ASTE .40 .7 33 64.80 45.70 60 57.90 -1.0sAstroNova ALOT .28 1.4 40 19.75 11.00 16 19.55 +41.2Astronics ATRO ... ... 62 49.45 23.95 106 35.77 -13.7tAstrotch rs ASTC ... ... ... 6.60 1.85 30 1.83 -45.4AsureSftw h ASUR ... ... ...dd 19.78 9.89 114 17.17 +21.6AtaraBioth ATRA ... ... ...dd 49.90 11.80 565 47.90 +164.6athenahlth ATHN ... ... 96 158.66 106.22 288 149.43 +12.3Athenex n ATNX ... ... ... 20.79 11.21 150 17.00 +6.9Athersys ATHX ... ... ...dd 2.63 1.29 968 2.43 +34.3AtlAcq n ATAC ... ... ... 15.00 9.75 10.02 +1.6AtlAcq un ATACU ... ... ... 11.00 9.56 10.55 +3.4AtlAcq rt ATACR ... ... ... .66 .33 .60 AtlanAmer AAME .02 .7 25 4.00 2.65 2 2.75 -19.1sAtlCapBc n ACBI ... ... 35 20.63 15.20 56 20.75 +17.9AtlCstFin ACFC ... ... 31 11.21 7.05 23 10.89 +15.5AtlanticaYd AY 1.18e 6.1 ... 25.99 18.00 261 19.48 -8.2Atlanticus ATLC ... ... ... 2.76 1.95 2.01 -16.3AtlasAir AAWW ... ... 8 70.00 45.45 198 69.25 +18.1AtlasFin AFH ... ... ...dd 21.50 9.90 74 10.80 -47.4AtlasFin pf AFHBL 1.66 6.7 ... 27.87 24.50 0 24.85 -4.6Atlassian n TEAM ... ... ...dd 66.00 32.58 639 61.64 +35.4Atomera n ATOM ... ... ...dd 8.00 2.45 31 5.49 +26.8AtriCure ATRC ... ... ...dd 25.18 14.88 146 24.00 +31.6Atrion ATRI 4.80 .8 45 694.00 516.85 3 596.85 -5.4AttisInd hn ATIS ... ... ... 3.63 .42 152 .46 -56.6AttisI wt h ATTSW ... ... ... .55 .10 .14 -12.5Attunity ATTU ... ... ...dd 11.07 6.25 377 10.59 +51.7aTyrPhm n LIFE ... ... ... 6.50 .80 1866 .98 -72.1AubNB AUBN .96 2.2 20 48.95 33.22 3 44.39 +14.1sAudentes n BOLD ... ... ...dd 41.80 13.90 1881 41.39 +32.4AudCodes AUDC ... ... 19 8.43 5.87 32 7.16 -2.7AuriniaPh AUPH ... ... ...dd 8.19 4.41 1181 6.11 +34.9AutoWeb AUTO ... ... 10 14.30 2.88 38 3.58 -60.3Autodesk ADSK ... ... ...dd 141.26 93.07 1404 136.52 +30.2AutoData ADP 2.76f 2.2 34 129.51 96.76 1592 127.99 +9.2AvadelPh AVDL ... ... 11 11.93 6.17 614 6.98 -14.9AveThera n ATXI ... ... ... 8.58 3.40 9 4.35 +20.2AVEO Ph h AVEO ... ... ...dd 4.24 .58 1258 2.13 -23.7AviatNet rs AVNW ... ... ...dd 21.85 12.90 26 18.54 +22.2AvidBios rs CDMO ... ... ... 5.78 2.24 223 3.47 -10.6AvidB pfE CDMOP 2.63 11.1 ... 27.00 20.62 23.59 -3.3AvidTech AVID ... ... ...dd 7.65 3.99 65 4.96 -8.0Avingr nrs AVGR ... ... ...dd 38.24 .95 288 1.32 -81.9AvisBudg CAR ... ... 15 50.88 20.71 1769 44.75 +2.0AvistaHl un AHPAU ... ... ... 10.45 10.05 10.14 -1.6AvistaHl wt AHPAW ... ... ... .51 .20 .39 +39.3AvistaHl n AHPA ... ... ... 10.20 9.28 9 10.00 +.8Avnet AVT .76f 1.9 10 44.85 35.67 564 39.18 -1.1Aware AWRE ... ... 36 5.40 3.70 1 4.00 -11.1Axcelis rs ACLS ... ... 6 37.05 18.60 188 22.40 -22.0AxoGen AXGN ... ... ...dd 46.00 13.05 363 42.45 +50.0AxonEntpr AAXN ... ... ...cc 58.18 20.57 5515 57.12 +115.5Axovant n AXON ... ... ...dd 27.98 1.02 306 1.23 -76.7AxsomeT n AXSM ... ... ...dd 6.45 2.05 72 3.50 -37.5AytuBioSc n AYTU ... ... ... 6.82 .32 1342 .38 -83.0AzurRx n AZRX ... ... ... 5.25 2.31 16 2.46 -32.4B -:tB Comm BCOM 3.58e ... ... 21.50 10.62 0 10.44 -43.3BRileyFn RILY .49e 2.4 21 22.00 13.55 63 20.85 +15.2BRileyF 7.5 RILYL 1.88 7.4 ... 26.84 25.28 1 25.50 -1.9BRiley27 n RILYZ 1.88 7.5 ... 26.20 24.76 7 25.08 -3.0BRileyF27 n RILYG ... ... ... 25.90 24.49 13 24.58 -3.2BCB Bc BCBP .56 3.6 16 16.10 12.05 13 15.45 +6.6BFC Cp pf BANFP 1.80 6.6 ... 29.45 26.05 5 27.20 -1.2BGC Ptrs BGCP .72 5.9 ...cc 16.97 11.03 3441 12.26 -18.9BIO-key n BKYI ... ... ... 3.67 1.20 24 2.16 +22.0BJsRest BJRI .44 .8 22 57.65 28.00 537 54.05 +48.5BldrsAsia ADRA .72e 2.0 ...q 37.70 29.81 6 35.24 +2.0BldrsDev ADRD .72e 3.0 ...q 25.31 21.63 4 23.71 +.8BldrsEmg ADRE .60e 1.4 ...q 48.92 36.60 9 44.11 +2.3BldrsEur ADRU .78e 3.4 ...q 24.65 21.28 1 22.94 +.2BMC Stock BMCH ... ... 21 25.70 17.10 310 19.60 -22.5BOK BOKF 1.80 1.7 19 107.00 77.10 142 104.84 +13.6BOK 56 n BOKFL 1.34 5.3 ... 26.23 24.47 6 25.29 -1.3BOS Ltd BOSC ... ... ...dd 2.97 1.53 13 2.32 +5.9BSB Bcp BLMT ... ... 22 33.60 27.25 6 33.45 +14.4Baidu BIDU ... ... 11 284.22 173.52 3238 279.68 +19.4Balchem BCPC .42f .5 43 95.83 70.23 121 93.21 +15.6BaldwLy BWINA 1.12 4.8 53 25.10 21.31 2 23.49 -3.1BaldLyB BWINB 1.12 4.8 53 25.35 21.20 16 23.45 -2.1BallardPw BLDP ... ... ...dd 5.94 2.55 198 3.16 -28.3BncFstOK s BANF .84 1.4 21 61.65 45.74 28 59.65 +16.6Bancorp34 n BCTF 1.25e ... ... 17.25 12.84 6 14.54 -1.4sBncpBnk lf TBBK ... ... ...dd 11.63 6.02 582 11.77 +19.1Bandwith n BAND ... ... 28 37.42 18.05 68 34.72 +50.2BkCmcCA BOCH .12 1.0 16 12.40 9.90 13 11.50 sBankMarin BMRC 1.24 1.6 23 78.75 59.05 15 79.25 +16.5BkMont36 n BMLP 3.50e 7.2 ... 53.32 43.00 48.44 +1.5BkPrince n BPRN ... ... ... 34.95 29.43 2 33.11 -3.6BankSC BKSC .60 2.9 20 22.50 15.77 0 20.90 +19.1BkofJames BOTJ .24 1.5 16 16.25 13.87 12 16.15 +8.2BkOzarks OZRK .78f 1.6 16 53.70 40.15 481 49.02 +1.2sBankFncl BFIN .36f 2.0 27 17.69 13.97 54 17.75 +15.7BankwellF BWFG .48 1.5 15 37.95 29.90 7 31.17 -9.2Banner Cp BANR 1.40f 2.4 19 62.75 52.07 168 59.07 +7.2sBaozun n BZUN ... ... ...cc 52.33 18.85 14531 53.51 +69.6sBiPTrLBear DLBS ... ... ...q 22.24 13.54 4 22.49 +37.6sBiP10yTBear DTYS ... ... ...q 24.90 13.93 25 24.96 +36.8BiP2yrTBull DTUL ... ... ...q 65.27 56.03 56.03 -7.4BiPTrSteep STPP ... ... ...q 35.49 29.08 0 32.15 +4.6BiPUrFlat FLAT ... ... ...q 64.99 60.23 62.00 +.4BiP10yTBull DTYL ... ... ...q 77.88 73.11 73.11 -5.2BiP2yrTBear DTUS ... ... ...q 40.02 29.57 0 39.95 +14.1BiPTrLBull DLBL ... ... ...q 78.32 75.08 75.08 -4.1sBarIvrsUST TAPR ... ... ...q 29.98 19.30 22 30.30 +37.9BarHilc n BHAC ... ... ... 12.35 10.20 10.47 +.3BarHilc rt BHACR ... ... ... .47 .11 .19 +18.1BarHilc wt BHACW ... ... ... .26 .03 .22 +211.4BarHilc un BHACU ... ... ... 10.80 8.52 10.40 BarrettB lf BBSI 1.00 1.2 36 90.25 44.52 25 86.51 +34.1BassettF BSET .44 1.6 24 41.30 27.48 45 28.05 -25.4sBayCom n BCML ... ... ... 23.23 22.50 62 24.50 +6.1BeacnRfg BECN ... ... 20 66.48 38.71 1177 39.83 -37.5BeasleyB BBGI .20f 1.8 3 14.40 8.25 4 10.85 -19.0BedBath BBBY .64f 3.6 6 37.49 16.52 2928 17.85 -18.8BeiGene n BGNE ... ... ...dd 194.70 36.51 240 189.11 +93.5BelFuse A BELFA .28f 1.5 19 29.90 15.24 0 18.57 -14.9BelFuseB BELFB .28 1.4 20 33.45 17.10 11 20.50 -18.6Belleroph n BLPH ... ... ...dd 2.74 1.00 479 2.43 -5.8BellicumP BLCM ... ... ...dd 14.49 5.02 692 7.99 -5.0BenefBncp BNCL .24a 1.5 ... 17.50 14.30 163 16.35 -.6Benetfoc BNFT ... ... ...dd 37.10 21.75 124 34.80 +28.9Benitec wt BNTCW ... ... ... .47 .11 .45 +12.5BenitecB n BNTC ... ... ... 4.20 1.85 18 2.52 -14.9Beyondsp n BYSI ... ... ... 48.49 19.55 19 27.61 -5.1Big 5Sprt BGFV .60 7.5 8 14.55 5.05 239 8.05 +5.9BigRockP n BRPA ... ... ... 10.93 9.58 9.85 +1.8BigRock wt BRPAW ... ... ... .44 .30 .39 -3.5BigRock rt BRPAR ... ... ... .74 .29 .45 +21.6BigRock un BRPAU ... ... ... 11.00 9.99 12 10.63 +3.9sBilibili n BILI ... ... ... 14.35 9.62 4409 13.55 +20.6BioTechne TECH 1.28 .8 51 154.56 107.55 175 151.62 +17.0BioDlvry lf BDSI ... ... ...dd 3.60 1.70 1945 2.30 -22.0BioHiTch n BHTG ... ... ... 4.55 2.68 11 3.62 -20.5sBioLifeSol BLFS ... ... ...dd 9.00 2.12 123 9.05 +50.9BioLneRx h BLRX ... ... ... 1.34 .78 663 .92 -15.4BioXcelT n BTAI ... ... ... 11.94 6.76 18 10.54 -4.4BioanlySys BASI ... ... 15 2.95 1.37 14 1.66 -32.2Bioblast rs ORPN ... ... ... 5.99 1.81 3 2.49 +8.9Biocept rs BIOC ... ... ...dd 1.85 .17 1261 .20 -71.2Biocryst BCRX ... ... ...dd 7.39 3.95 1426 5.90 +20.2Biofront n BFRA ... ... 32 17.98 11.25 2 13.94 +14.4Biogen BIIB ... ... 17 370.57 244.28 1705 280.57 -11.9BioMarin BMRN ... ... ...dd 100.03 75.81 726 88.43 -.8Biomeri n BMRA ... ... ... 9.32 2.30 5 3.67 -1.9BiondVax n BVXV ... ... ... 10.75 4.60 5 6.93 +29.3BiondVx wt BVXVW ... ... ... 4.80 1.11 1.59 +23.4BioScrip BIOS ... ... ...dd 3.39 1.62 506 2.50 -14.1BioSpecif BSTC ... ... 26 56.06 38.05 10 43.39 +.1BiostrPh rs BSPM ... ... ...dd 5.97 1.18 115 2.47 +39.5BioTelem BEAT ... ... ...cc 42.36 23.30 246 41.20 +37.8BisnCap n BCAC ... ... ... 10.05 9.67 10.01 +1.4BisnCap wt BCACW ... ... ... .47 .23 .36 BisnCap un BCACU ... ... ... 10.99 10.05 4 10.36 +.9BisnCap rt BCACR ... ... ... .52 .25 0 .35 -7.7BlackBox BBOX .48 18.5 ...dd 9.30 1.80 845 2.60 -26.8BlRidgAc n BRAC ... ... ... 9.78 9.52 9.78 +1.3BlRidgA wt BRACW ... ... ... .35 .24 .32 -4.5BlRidgAc rt BRACR ... ... ... .35 .22 5 .27 -3.6 BlRidgA un BRACU ... ... ... 10.60 9.97 10.32 +1.8BlackLin n BL ... ... ... 45.19 28.79 205 39.52 +20.5BlkRkCap BKCC .72 11.7 88 7.88 5.48 271 6.13 -1.6Blckbaud BLKB .48 .5 66 116.07 78.30 155 98.94 +4.7BlkhwkNet HAWK ... ... ...cc 47.00 32.60 276 44.95 +26.1sBlinkCh n BLNK ... ... ... 7.82 1.28 15754 8.01 +156.7BlinkCh wt BLNKW ... ... ... BloominBr BLMN .36 1.6 18 25.00 16.11 1895 22.01 +3.1sBlucora BCOR ... ... ...cc 35.40 19.05 407 35.70 +61.5BlueBird BLBD ... ... 9 24.99 15.66 216 20.30 +2.0BlueHBcp BHBK .60a 2.9 26 22.05 17.35 30 20.50 +2.0BluebBio BLUE ... ... ...dd 236.17 74.45 892 189.30 +6.3BlueknEP BKEP .58 16.6 ... 7.20 3.30 226 3.50 -31.4Bluekn pf BKEPP .72 10.9 ... 8.09 6.46 33 6.55 -15.7BlueprtM n BPMC ... ... ...dd 109.00 34.38 1465 81.90 +8.6BofI Hld s BOFI ... ... 19 43.50 21.60 470 42.17 +41.0BofI pf BOFIL 1.56 6.1 ... 28.33 24.25 1 25.60 -.8Boingo WIFI ... ... ...dd 28.34 14.33 329 20.75 -7.8Bojangles n BOJA ... ... 9 17.80 11.35 258 15.60 +32.2BonsoElec BNSO ... ... ... 4.10 1.96 2 3.16 +29.0BookingHl BKNG ... ... 29 2228.99 1630.56 303 2089.11 +20.2BorqsTch BRQS ... ... ...cc 10.50 4.00 6 7.05 +29.4BosOma n BOMN ... ... ... 35.49 12.15 143 27.12 -16.3BostPrv BPFH .48 2.8 19 17.15 13.95 279 16.90 +9.4BostPrv wt BPFHW ... ... ... 11.39 8.18 8.54 -11.2BostPrv pf BPFHP 1.74 7.0 ... 26.29 24.92 30 25.02 -2.4BttmlnT EPAY ... ... 63 49.31 23.62 355 46.00 +32.6Boxlight n BOXL ... ... ... 17.40 3.00 1041 8.66 +49.6Brainstorm BCLI ... ... ...dd 5.18 2.88 243 4.06 +3.6BravoBrio BBRG ... ... ...dd 4.80 1.65 21 4.05 +62.0BridgeBcp BDGE .92 2.5 18 37.75 29.80 60 37.20 +6.3tBridglne rs BLIN ... ... ... 4.45 1.40 73 1.46 -40.1BridgBcs n BWB ... ... ... 13.87 12.60 41 13.00 +3.0BridgfdFds BRID ... ... 15 21.55 11.05 15.14 +20.6sBrightcove BCOV ... ... ...dd 10.45 5.83 513 10.45 +47.2BrghtFn n BHF ... ... ... 70.00 46.62 1511 47.97 -18.2BroadcInc AVGO 7.00 2.9 ...cc 285.68 221.98 2278 239.45 -6.8tBroadVis BVSN ... ... ...dd 4.50 2.00 10 2.15 -40.3BrdwyFn h BYFC ... ... 70 2.67 1.82 116 2.11 -10.6BroadwdE BWEN ... ... ...dd 6.05 2.10 74 2.70 -.9BrkdPrp BPY 1.26 6.5 ... 24.96 18.13 672 19.38 -12.5sBrklneB BRKL .40f 2.3 21 17.48 13.60 383 17.65 +12.4BrooksAuto BRKS .40 1.3 32 34.77 21.61 554 29.70 +24.5BrukerCp BRKR .16 .5 29 36.53 25.76 407 30.50 -11.1BrynMawr BMTC .88 1.9 29 47.20 38.75 68 46.25 +4.6Bsquare BSQR ... ... ...dd 5.84 2.90 12 3.20 -31.2BldrFstSrc BLDR ... ... 18 23.28 13.33 2934 19.01 -12.8BusinFst n BFST .08p ... ... 30.00 23.30 4 24.35 -3.6C -:C&F Fnc CFFI 1.36 2.3 19 65.05 45.28 1 58.75 +1.3CA Inc CA 1.02 2.9 16 37.25 30.45 2083 35.07 +5.4sCAS Med CASM ... ... ...dd 1.55 .59 715 1.69 +119.5CASI Phr h CASI ... ... ...dd 8.42 .91 486 7.18 +120.9CB FnSvcs CBFV .88 2.6 23 34.95 25.10 4 34.25 +14.2CBAK Eng CBAK ... ... ... 2.35 1.20 17 1.20 -18.6CBOE Glb CBOE 1.08 1.0 44 138.54 82.54 728 108.38 -13.0CBTX Inc n CBTX .20 .7 ... 30.87 27.00 103 30.00 +1.1CDK Globl CDK .60 .9 25 76.04 59.33 623 64.21 -9.9sCDW Corp CDW .84 1.1 27 79.26 55.80 503 78.91 +13.6CEVA Inc CEVA ... ... 25 51.80 27.35 141 33.25 -28.0CH Robins CHRW 1.84 2.1 26 100.18 63.41 1729 87.56 -1.7CHF Sol rs CHFS ... ... ...dd 32.60 2.50 56 2.88 -16.8CHS Inc pf CHSCP 2.00 6.7 ... 31.47 28.89 9 29.97 -.5CHS pfB CHSCO 1.97 6.9 ... 29.86 27.78 10 28.38 -1.5CHS pfB2 CHSCN 1.78 6.6 ... 29.99 26.16 10 26.93 -1.6CHS pfB3 CHSCM 1.69 6.4 ... 28.99 25.56 16 26.34 -.5CHS pfB4 CHSCL 1.88 6.9 ... 29.90 27.15 23 27.32 -2.9CIM CmTr CMCT .50a 3.4 40 20.45 11.75 14.80 -22.5CIM CT pfL CMCTP ... ... ... 1.00 CM Finan CMFN 1.00 11.5 7 10.80 7.40 15 8.70 +6.7CM SevSt n CMSS ... ... ... 9.82 9.59 9.79 +1.4CM SevSt wt CMSSW ... ... ... .33 .24 .24 -17.2sCM SvSt un CMSSU ... ... ... 10.40 9.93 1 10.45 +4.9CM SevSt rt CMSSR ... ... ... .40 .01 .31 -3.1CME Grp CME 2.80a 1.7 35 171.71 114.88 1091 160.70 +10.0CNBFnPA CCNE .66 2.1 17 31.46 20.91 56 30.80 +17.4CPI Crd rs PMTS ... ... ... 18.50 2.23 27 2.65 -27.8CPS Tech CPSH ... ... 33 2.20 1.02 1776 1.63 -1.8CRA Intl CRAI .68 1.2 29 58.74 32.75 23 55.70 +23.9sCRISPR n CRSP ... ... ... 61.24 13.50 3804 65.40 +178.5CSG Sys CSGS .84f 2.1 25 48.82 37.21 215 40.18 -8.3CSI Comp CCLP .75 11.8 ...dd 8.05 4.12 106 6.33 +15.7CSP Inc CSPI .44 4.6 21 18.89 8.75 2 9.63 -39.1CSW Ind n CSWI ... ... 32 50.00 34.85 24 45.55 -.9sCSX CSX .88f 1.4 10 63.88 47.99 3053 63.52 +15.5sCTI BioP rs CTIC ... ... ...dd 4.30 2.45 571 4.61 +72.0CTI Inds CTIB ... ... ... 6.18 3.25 4.01 -1.4CUI Glbl CUI ... ... ...dd 4.35 2.44 123 2.81 +2.2CVB Fncl CVBF .56 2.4 22 25.49 19.58 348 23.30 -1.1tCVD Eqp CVV ... ... 16 13.50 7.60 44 7.49 -35.5CabotMicro CCMP 1.60f 1.4 43 115.94 68.00 130 115.45 +22.7Cadence CDNS ... ... 52 46.00 32.07 2409 41.52 -.7Cadiz h CDZI ... ... ...dd 16.00 9.65 475 12.70 -10.9CaesarStne CSTE .29e ... 32 41.15 12.50 2033 15.10 -31.4CaesarsEnt CZR ... ... ...dd 14.50 10.48 17658 13.15 +4.0CafePress PRSS ... ... ...dd 2.71 1.26 44 1.40 -24.2Cal-Maine CALM 2.49e 5.2 94 50.45 33.40 204 47.85 +7.6Caladriu rs CLBS ... ... ...dd 6.35 2.63 17 4.21 +19.9CalaCvHi CHY 1.20 9.9 ...q 12.42 10.60 175 12.13 +2.4CalaCvOp CHI 1.14 9.9 ...q 11.75 10.01 174 11.50 +2.8CalaCv&Inc CCD 2.00 9.6 ...q 20.98 18.15 89 20.93 +4.3CalaGDyIn CHW .84 9.2 ...q 9.87 8.11 470 9.13 +.6CalaGTR CGO 1.20 8.6 ...q 16.34 12.36 23 13.95 -7.4CalaStrTR CSQ .99 8.1 ...q 12.91 11.00 196 12.27 +1.6CalAmp CAMP ... ... 46 25.45 17.52 280 21.00 -2.0CalavoGr h CVGW .95f 1.0 39 98.85 64.00 104 93.40 +10.7tCalithera CALA ... ... ...dd 20.05 5.35 689 5.25 -37.1CalumetSp CLMT ... ... ...dd 9.95 3.80 566 7.65 -.6CalvUSInc n CRUSC ... ... ... 100.02 99.99 99.99 Calyxt n CLXT ... ... ... 31.89 9.26 210 15.22 -30.9CambLrn ABCD 1.36 13.7 32 13.77 4.67 243 9.95 +75.2CambrBc n CATC 1.92 2.2 ... 90.95 70.00 3 87.84 +10.1CamdnN s CAC 1.00f 2.2 23 47.41 37.10 21 45.40 +7.8Camtek h CAMT .56 6.8 13 8.60 4.17 97 8.19 +43.2CdnSolar CSIQ ... ... 10 19.09 12.07 729 17.45 +3.5CancerGen CGIX ... ... ...dd 4.35 .82 202 .91 -50.6sCantbryPk CPHC .28f 1.6 27 17.55 10.25 9 17.45 +7.4CpStarFn n CSTR ... ... 56 22.22 16.00 36 19.76 -4.9CapellaEd CPLA 1.72 1.9 25 98.20 65.15 84 89.30 +15.4CapCtyBk CCBG .28 1.2 23 26.50 17.68 9 23.62 +3.0CapProd CPLP .32 10.3 17 4.00 2.98 346 3.12 -7.1CapSwst CSWC .99e 5.8 18 18.00 14.85 22 17.09 +3.3CapitalaF CPTA 1.00 11.7 ...cc 14.06 6.88 100 8.53 +17.2Capitala22 CPTAL 1.50 6.0 ... 26.15 24.13 0 24.84 -1.4CapF cv22 CPTAG 1.44 6.0 ... 25.73 24.25 24.10 -3.0CapFedFn CFFN .34a 2.6 21 15.11 12.19 283 13.10 -2.3Capricor CAPR ... ... ...dd 4.25 .63 131 1.36 -14.0CpstnTur rs CPST ... ... ...dd 1.85 .58 895 1.43 +85.7CarGurus n CARG ... ... ...cc 40.60 25.85 624 32.19 +7.4CaraThera CARA ... ... ...dd 28.50 11.11 368 12.39 +1.2CarbBlk n CBLK ... ... ... 25.84 22.56 210 24.08 +.6Carbonite CARB ... ... ...cc 37.20 18.30 267 35.20 +40.2CardiovSys CSII ... ... ... 33.11 20.58 319 30.15 +27.3Cardlytc n CDLX ... ... ... 22.57 11.10 143 19.45 +45.5Cardtronic CATM ... ... 14 35.98 15.80 423 29.71 +60.4CareTrust CTRE .82f 5.4 30 19.86 12.73 469 15.19 -9.4CareDx h CDNA ... ... ...dd 11.83 .90 308 11.00 +49.9CareerEd CECO .30f 2.1 ...dd 14.68 8.10 259 14.42 +19.4CarlyleGp CG 1.41e 6.3 9 25.90 16.85 367 22.35 -2.4CarlGp pfA TCGP 1.47 6.3 ... 25.85 23.23 21 23.43 -7.6CaroFin s CARO .24 .6 23 42.42 29.67 59 41.69 +12.2CarolTrBk CART ... ... 30 10.00 6.90 4 8.14 -14.8sCarrizo CRZO ... ... 28 26.81 11.10 4079 27.33 +28.4CarrolsRst TAST ... ... 16 13.58 9.90 188 11.85 -2.5sCarverBc lf CARV ... ... ...cc 7.95 2.01 6418 11.00 +278.3CasaSys n CASA ... ... ... 34.21 13.25 502 20.64 +16.2CasellaW CWST ... ... ...dd 27.50 13.32 202 24.56 +6.7Caseys CASY 1.04 1.0 25 128.51 95.62 417 101.23 -9.6CassInfo CASS 1.04f 1.8 29 65.00 53.23 272 58.59 +.7Catabasis n CATB ... ... ... 3.78 1.09 91 1.59 +6.7CatalstB rs CBIO ... ... ...dd 37.00 3.11 359 28.00 +105.3CatalystPh CPRX ... ... ...dd 4.51 1.95 447 3.34 -14.6Catasys n CATS ... ... ... 5.79 3.30 15 5.19 +38.4CathayGen CATY .96 2.3 19 45.59 34.00 401 42.26 +.2CathGn wt CATYW ... ... ... 24.59 16.61 22.21 -.4CausIntV n CIVEC ... ... ... CavcoInd CVCO ... ... 30 183.35 107.05 38 173.25 +13.5Cavium CAVM ... ... ...dd 92.66 56.96 2119 77.06 -8.1CecoEnv CECE .30 4.6 ... 10.69 4.00 229 6.59 +28.5Celcuity n CELC ... ... ... 22.73 11.10 5 19.38 +2.3tCelgene CELG ... ... 24 147.17 81.05 10230 79.98 -23.4Celgene rt CELGZ ... ... ... 1.61 .11 6 .26 -73.2CelldexTh CLDX ... ... ...dd 3.27 .65 1793 .69 -75.6CellectBio n APOP ... ... ... 13.50 6.12 14 7.00 CellectB wt APOPW ... ... ... 4.38 1.43 2.41 +14.0Cellct wt rs CLRBW ... ... ... .33 .10 .10 Celct wtA CLRBZ ... ... ... .85 .39 .49 -1.6Cellectar rs CLRB ... ... ... 2.06 1.03 104 1.06 -22.8Cellectis n CLLS ... ... ...dd 38.85 21.25 158 29.49 +1.2CallularBio CBMG ... ... ...dd 22.75 5.50 12 18.30 +62.7Celsion rs CLSN ... ... ...dd 6.06 1.24 798 2.75 +2.6CelsiusH n CELH ... ... ... 7.00 3.42 90 4.46 -15.0tCelyad n CYAD ... ... ... 64.75 27.96 178 26.05 -39.6Cemtrx wt CETXW ... ... ... .78 .20 .27 +3.8Cemtrex rs CETX .02p ... 7 4.55 1.90 165 2.17 -14.9tCemtrx pf CETXP .58t ... ... 7.62 4.48 15 5.15 +1.8CntRsDvA CDEV ... ... ... 22.14 14.10 4557 19.74 -.3sCntrStBk CSFL .40 1.3 ... 31.63 21.77 391 31.89 +23.9CEurMed CETV ... ... ...dd 5.20 3.73 58 3.80 -18.3CentrlFedl CFBK ... ... 35 2.75 1.95 48 2.46 -10.5CentGard lf CENT ... ... 22 43.30 29.08 96 40.49 +4.0CenGrdA lf CENTA ... ... ... 41.34 28.12 156 38.10 +1.0CntlVyCm CVCY .28 1.3 17 23.28 18.05 5 21.24 +5.3CentAl CENX ... ... 26 24.77 12.79 1755 17.34 -11.7CntyBcMA CNBKA .48 .6 ... 89.40 53.35 3 79.95 +2.2CentCas CNTY ... ... 39 9.85 6.28 52 8.62 -5.6CeragonN CRNT ... ... ... 3.36 1.64 2998 3.26 +64.6Cerecor n CERC ... ... ...dd 5.74 .42 137 3.85 +20.3Cerecor wtA CERCW ... ... ... .60 .02 .26 -14.7Cerner CERN ... ... 31 73.86 52.05 2321 60.62 -10.0CerusCp CERS ... ... ...dd 6.79 1.93 675 6.51 +92.6tCescaTh rs KOOL ... ... ... 6.44 .52 1296 .53 -82.3Chaisma n CHMA ... ... ...dd 2.95 1.25 12 1.55 -8.8ChampO hrs CSBR ... ... ...dd 4.75 2.19 4 4.18 +7.7Changyou CYOU ... ... 7 30.35 18.35 135 19.05 -23.3Chantic rs BURG ... ... ... 5.15 1.81 24 3.30 +25.5CharlsCol h CTHR ... ... ...dd 1.60 .80 39 1.25 -7.4sChartInds GTLS ... ... 52 63.23 32.04 469 62.98 +34.4ChartCm n CHTR ... ... 87 408.83 250.10 1256 268.17 -20.2sCharterFn CHFN .34f 1.3 25 25.21 15.81 33 25.38 +44.7ChkPoint CHKP ... ... 20 119.20 93.76 1519 95.96 -7.4CheckC wt CHEKW ... ... ... 1.61 .15 .33 +80.6CheckC nrs CHEK ... ... ... 25.08 3.12 5491 4.78 -54.2ChckPnt n CKPT ... ... ... 10.50 3.20 32 3.64 -6.2Cheesecake CAKE 1.16 2.2 17 60.13 38.34 589 52.33 +8.6ChefsWhs CHEF ... ... 57 30.32 11.85 127 28.35 +38.3Chembio CEMI ... ... ...dd 9.20 5.70 23 8.80 +7.3ChemFinl CHFC 1.12 2.0 19 59.83 43.61 234 56.64 +5.9ChemoCntx CCXI ... ... 46 15.08 5.42 463 12.47 +109.6ChemungF CHMG 1.04 2.1 23 56.83 36.74 1 48.49 +.8Cherokee h CHKE .20 25.3 ...dd 10.70 .62 73 .79 -58.4ChkSoup n CSSE ... ... ... 13.26 6.19 161 9.03 +.3ChildPlace PLCE 2.00 1.6 27 161.65 94.95 3219 127.03 -12.6Chimerix CMRX ... ... ...dd 5.94 4.17 176 4.80 +3.7ChAdvCns CADC ... ... ...dd 9.75 1.55 5 2.60 -39.5ChinAutLog CALI ... ... ... 8.77 1.50 53 2.77 -13.4ChinaAuto CAAS ... ... 7 5.90 4.04 34 4.42 -7.9ChinaBio CBPO ... ... 19 116.73 71.85 392 78.71 -.1ChinCer rs CCCL ... ... ... 4.28 1.25 3 1.74 -27.2ChiCmCr h CCCR ... ... ... 4.00 .97 21 1.15 -16.7ChiCustR n CCRC ... ... ... 23.40 10.75 132 18.47 +8.3ChiFnOnl JRJC ... ... ...dd 4.14 1.32 60 2.03 -24.3ChinaHGS HGSH ... ... 2 4.48 1.18 12 1.36 +10.7ChinInfoT h CNIT ... ... ...dd 5.20 .84 72 1.77 +19.6ChnaIntNt n CIFS ... ... ... 66.10 10.81 257 24.82 -40.8ChinaJJ h CJJD ... ... ...dd 1.83 1.17 5 1.63 +31.5ChinLend h CLDC .32e 17.2 ... 6.24 1.66 4 1.86 -40.2ChinaLodg HTHT .64e .4 ...cc 173.76 73.68 747 170.11 +17.8ChinaNRes CHNR ... ... ... 4.23 1.88 12 2.11 -21.0 ChiRecy rs CREG ... ... ... 9.39 .95 145 1.73 -38.2ChnaTcF rs CNTF ... ... ... 3.60 2.02 2.12 -18.1ChXDPlas CXDC ... ... 3 5.00 3.55 18 3.95 -14.1ChiCache lf CCIH ... ... ...dd 4.75 .72 134 1.24 -26.6ChinaNt rs CNET ... ... ...dd 11.90 .90 181 2.85 +161.5ChipMOS IMOS 1.97e 14.3 16 21.99 13.49 96 13.76 -22.0ChromaDx n CDXC ... ... ... 7.24 2.86 245 3.72 -36.7ChrchllD CHDN 1.52f .5 37 314.60 162.25 169 309.85 +33.2ChuysHldg CHUY ... ... 30 30.73 18.00 83 28.70 +2.3CideraTh n CDTX ... ... ...dd 8.80 3.70 209 4.75 -30.1Cimpress CMPR ... ... ...cc 171.76 80.61 113 137.46 +14.7CinnFin CINF 2.12 3.0 20 81.98 68.33 286 70.89 -5.4Cinedigm rs CIDM ... ... ... 3.00 1.11 8 1.62 +8.0Cintas CTAS 1.62f .9 34 184.22 119.54 387 182.25 +17.0Cirrus CRUS ... ... 14 71.97 34.78 597 39.13 -24.5Cisco CSCO 1.32f 3.0 23 46.37 30.36 47154 43.46 +13.5CitiTrends CTRN .32 1.0 30 32.49 17.34 54 30.54 +15.4CitiusPh wt CTXRW ... ... ... 1.25 .21 .90 +50.0CitiusPh n CTXR ... ... ... 5.49 2.25 7 2.32 -38.9Citiz&Nthn CZNC 1.08 4.3 21 26.75 22.00 8 24.91 +3.8CtzCmtyBc CZWI .20f 1.4 17 14.43 12.73 4 14.15 +4.8CitizFst CZFC .23e .9 18 26.55 20.15 3 26.54 +10.6CitizHold CIZN .96 4.4 16 26.00 21.18 1 21.95 -5.0CitrixSy s CTXS ... ... 30 108.42 73.34 1294 105.65 +20.1CtyHld CHCO 1.84f 2.5 21 75.85 58.80 43 74.31 +10.1CivistaBcsh CIVB .28 1.2 18 24.69 18.82 38 23.76 +8.0Civista pf CIVBP 1.63 2.2 ... 74.97 60.51 72.59 -1.8Clarus CLAR ... ... ... 8.00 5.20 60 7.35 -6.4CleanEngy CLNE ... ... ...cc 3.05 1.31 2399 2.24 +10.3ClearOne CLRO .28 4.7 ...dd 10.35 5.76 3 5.95 -33.5ClrAllCGr n CACG ... ... ... 30.58 24.37 4 29.57 +6.1ClrDvStr n YLDE ... ... ... 29.07 25.18 0 27.57 -.3Cleareld CLFD ... ... 26 15.30 11.00 27 11.90 -2.9ClearsBio n CLSD ... ... ...dd 15.06 5.30 564 13.04 +86.3ClearSign CLIR ... ... ...dd 4.70 1.65 54 1.98 -45.0ClearS wt CLIRW ... ... ... 1.84 .48 .75 -25.0ClemPhr n CMTA ... ... ... 20.15 11.72 13 18.25 -3.8CleBio hrs CBLI ... ... ...dd 4.36 2.24 2 2.73 -31.9ClovisOnc CLVS ... ... ...dd 99.45 41.72 1538 52.01 -23.5CoDiagn n CODX ... ... ... 6.85 1.45 9 1.71 -35.2CoBizFncl COBZ .40f 1.9 34 22.01 15.39 101 21.54 +7.8CoStar CSGP ... ... 86 396.59 242.76 219 375.87 +26.6CoastwayB CWAY ... ... 74 27.60 19.55 14 27.40 +29.2CocaBtl COKE 1.00 .8 33 249.54 125.56 107 129.76 -39.7CocrystP n COCP ... ... ... 6.45 1.61 62 1.89 -59.0CodaOct n CODA ... ... ... 6.56 3.28 4 3.97 -16.8Codexis CDXS ... ... ...dd 14.30 3.95 326 13.25 +58.7CdrsVlly CVLY .62b 2.1 18 33.46 22.82 5 29.65 +7.7CoffeeH JVA ... ... ...dd 4.97 3.65 12 4.26 +.1CogentC CCOI 2.08f 4.2 ...cc 54.85 35.75 243 50.00 +10.4Cognex s CGNX .18 .4 36 72.99 39.90 1639 46.76 -23.5CognizTch CTSH .80 1.1 24 85.10 63.96 3605 75.78 +6.7CohBar n CWBR ... ... ... 6.97 4.44 27 5.90 +18.7Coherent COHR ... ... 25 329.00 157.47 330 178.11 -36.9CoherusBio CHRS ... ... ...dd 24.70 8.05 423 15.95 +81.3Cohu COHU .24 1.0 30 26.17 15.55 233 23.03 +4.9CollPlant n CLGN ... ... ... 8.99 4.70 5.70 -36.3CllctUnv CLCT .70 4.7 11 30.82 14.23 63 15.03 -47.5Collegium n COLL ... ... ...dd 29.90 8.01 288 25.20 +36.5Colliers CIGI .10 .1 26 77.00 46.60 33 76.40 +26.6ColonyBk CBAN .20f 1.2 17 19.50 11.10 0 16.90 +15.8ColBnkg COLB 1.04f 2.4 22 48.06 35.67 201 43.27 -.4sColumFn n CLBK ... ... ... 17.00 15.30 491 17.12 +11.0ColuSprtw COLM .88 1.0 29 87.97 51.56 304 85.60 +19.1Colmbus CMCO .20f .5 99 44.55 23.19 144 36.72 -8.2Comcast s CMCSA .76 2.3 16 44.00 30.43 23049 32.41 -18.8CommScpe COMM ... ... 30 41.60 26.29 2022 30.00 -20.7CmcBMO CBSH .94f 1.4 20 65.77 49.43 338 65.19 +16.7CmcBc pfB CBSHP 1.50 5.9 ... 27.65 25.00 5 25.39 -3.7ComHub A CHUBA ... ... 81 24.53 16.15 427 22.72 +3.3ComHub C CHUBK ... ... 81 22.76 15.85 136 22.74 +10.4CmclVehcl CVGI ... ... 35 13.90 5.55 138 8.41 -21.3CommSys JCS .16 4.7 ...dd 4.87 3.18 8 3.38 -5.1CmtyBkTr ESXB ... ... 23 9.35 7.65 16 9.00 +10.4CmtyFinCp TCFC .40 1.1 20 40.69 32.06 1 36.91 -3.6CommuFt n CFBI ... ... ... 15.00 10.95 6 11.26 -2.9CmtyHlt rt CYHHZ ... ... ... .05 .01 316 .01 +14.3CmtyTrBc CTBI 1.32 2.6 18 51.90 40.33 32 51.00 +8.3CmtyWest CWBC .20f 1.7 17 12.97 9.95 8 11.65 +9.4CommVlt CVLT ... ... ... 71.45 48.35 337 67.90 +29.3Compugn CGEN ... ... ...dd 5.40 2.25 271 3.25 +30.0CmptrPr CPSI .40 1.3 50 36.15 27.60 63 31.40 +4.5CmpTask CTG .24 3.5 ... 9.62 4.90 51 6.77 +32.7CmstkH rs CHCI ... ... ... 3.90 1.20 35 2.28 +34.1Comtech CMTL .40 1.3 30 32.94 13.75 154 31.11 +40.6ConatusPh CNAT ... ... ...dd 7.95 3.22 323 3.86 -16.5ConcertPh CNCE ... ... ...dd 30.71 11.88 221 20.47 -20.9ConcrdInt g CXRX .30 96.8 1 1.80 .25 71 .31 -52.8Conformis n CFMS ... ... ...dd 5.73 1.15 285 1.31 -45.0ConiferH n CNFR ... ... ...dd 8.00 5.00 3 5.81 +.2sConmed CNMD .80 1.2 24 69.00 47.41 144 68.49 +34.4Conns CONN ... ... ...cc 37.80 15.10 356 26.75 -24.8ConnectOne CNOB .30 1.1 24 31.40 21.04 81 26.80 +4.1ConnWtrSv CTWS 1.25f 2.0 40 69.72 48.86 56 63.73 +11.0ConsolCom CNSL 1.55 13.9 ... 22.17 10.31 785 11.19 -8.2ConsolWtr CWCO .34 2.6 34 15.35 11.20 60 13.10 +4.7ConstAlph n CNAC ... ... ... 9.98 9.55 9.93 +1.8ConstAl wt CNACW ... ... ... .30 .20 .25 +13.6ConstAlp un CNACU ... ... ... 11.21 8.22 10.50 +3.1ConstAl rt CNACR ... ... ... .95 .25 .33 +6.5ConstPrt n ROAD ... ... ... 13.24 12.00 66 12.11 +.1ConsuPtf CPSS ... ... 5 4.91 3.27 9 3.68 -11.3ContraFect CFRX ... ... ... 2.31 .80 204 1.86 +84.2ContraVir CTRV ... ... ...dd .83 .21 173 .26 -27.8Control4 CTRL ... ... 40 35.99 17.06 187 24.14 -18.9ConvrgOn n CVON .02p ... ... 10.83 8.01 42 9.09 -8.9ConvrOn wt CVONW ... ... ... .75 .21 .68 sCopart s CPRT ... ... 39 56.25 28.89 1447 56.29 +30.3CorbusPhm CRBP ... ... ...dd 9.96 5.05 530 6.00 -15.5Corcept CORT ... ... 17 25.96 10.40 1046 17.98 -.4CoreMrk s CORE .40 2.2 23 38.20 17.10 511 18.60 -41.1Corium CORI ... ... ...dd 13.93 5.40 259 9.17 -4.6CorOnDem CSOD ... ... ...dd 49.73 33.24 469 47.81 +35.3CorrevPh g CORV ... ... ...dd 4.84 1.29 2.33 +50.3Corvel CRVL ... ... 28 61.20 44.81 12 52.10 -1.5CorvusPh n CRVS ... ... ...dd 17.64 7.42 86 10.07 -2.8sCostco COST 2.28f 1.1 31 199.88 150.00 2387 199.60 +7.2CountrP rs CPAH ... ... ...dd 7.30 1.75 17 2.44 -24.0CountyBcp ICBK .28 1.0 17 33.94 22.73 3 27.92 -6.2CoupaSft n COUP ... ... ... 55.10 28.52 1094 51.48 +64.9Covenant CVTI ... ... 34 33.36 15.86 112 30.95 +7.7CowenInc s COWN ... ... 43 18.25 11.63 183 15.85 +16.1Cowen27 n COWNZ 1.84 7.2 ... 26.24 24.76 9 25.50 -.8CrackerB CBRL 4.80 3.0 19 179.12 141.75 250 158.85 CraftBrew BREW ... ... 32 20.40 15.60 71 18.95 -1.3Cray Inc CRAY ... ... 72 28.60 17.20 317 26.80 +10.7CreditAcc CACC ... ... 16 377.82 210.26 135 353.64 +9.3CSVixMd rs TVIZ ... ... ...q 20.51 7.93 6 9.33 +4.0CSVixSh rs TVIX ... ... ...q 34.45 4.66 40230 5.07 -8.5CSVixST rs VIIX ... ... ...q 27.21 10.84 56 14.75 +25.2CSSilvCC SLVO .60e 7.8 ...q 8.73 7.28 13 7.65 -3.2CSGoldCvC GLDI .63e 7.1 ...q 9.60 8.55 107 8.88 -1.7CSVS3xInSlv DSLV ... ... ...q 34.67 20.03 154 24.83 +5.2CSVS3xInG DGLD ... ... ...q 55.21 37.83 43 44.98 +3.1CS VS3xGld UGLD ... ... ...q 12.72 9.19 472 10.36 -7.0CSVSVixMT VIIZ ... ... ...q 9.01 5.70 1 6.45 +6.4CSVIVxMT ZIV ... ... ...q 94.42 60.60 102 74.61 -15.8CrS Crd n USOI 2.79e 9.3 ... 30.17 21.21 30.10 +13.0CS VSSilv USLV ... ... ...q 14.96 9.03 2636 9.85 -15.2Cree Inc CREE ... ... ...dd 45.43 20.50 915 44.55 +20.0Cresud CRESY .45e 2.6 ... 23.69 15.53 86 17.01 -23.0Criteo SA CRTO ... ... 19 56.00 21.00 1167 24.30 -6.6Crocs CROX ... ... ...dd 17.43 6.14 846 16.17 +27.9CronosGp n CRON ... ... ... 10.39 5.12 2372 5.80 -23.9CrssCtryHl CCRN ... ... 21 14.65 9.07 132 12.11 -5.1CrownCfts CRWS .32 5.4 12 8.05 5.40 20 5.95 -7.8CryoPrt wt CYRXW ... ... ... 6.77 .94 5.17 -5.2CryoPort rs CYRX ... ... ...dd 10.40 3.05 185 9.29 +8.1Ctrip.com s CTRP ... ... 27 60.65 40.13 2666 42.80 -2.9CueBioph n CUE ... ... ... 17.99 10.30 125 14.20 +22.1CumbldPh CPIX ... ... ...dd 7.96 5.53 10 6.05 -17.8Curis CRIS ... ... ...dd 2.27 .47 590 .55 -21.4Cutera CUTR ... ... 40 56.05 19.65 341 40.00 -11.8Cyanotch h CYAN ... ... ...dd 5.78 3.25 10 4.15 +6.2CybrOpt CYBE ... ... 89 25.69 11.35 31 16.95 +13.0CyberArk CYBR ... ... 81 59.93 39.34 183 59.02 +42.6Cyclacel pf CYCCP .60 9.7 ... 8.75 5.11 0 6.15 -16.8Cyclacel rs CYCC .15p ... ...dd 5.45 1.28 67 1.39 -20.1CymaBay CBAY ... ... ...dd 15.59 3.65 668 12.55 +36.4CypSemi CY .44 2.7 27 18.87 12.50 4762 16.29 +6.9Cyren Ltd CYRN ... ... ...dd 3.15 1.35 23 2.95 +18.0CyrusOne CONE 1.84 3.5 81 65.73 43.49 662 52.03 -12.6CytRx rs CYTR ... ... ... 5.99 1.24 207 1.37 -18.9Cytokinetic CYTK ... ... ...dd 15.95 6.75 246 9.15 +12.3CytomX n CTMX ... ... ...dd 35.00 13.00 548 23.54 +11.5Cytori wt CYTXW ... ... ... .50 .01 .04 +218.2CytoriTh rs CYTX ... ... ...dd 1.21 .22 203 .29 -4.6sCytosorbnt CTSO ... ... ... 9.80 3.30 790 10.05 +54.6D -:DBV Tech DBVT ... ... ... 50.57 20.08 89 24.79 +.8DFB Hlt n DFBH ... ... ... DFB Hlt un DFBHU ... ... ... 10.20 10.00 2 10.20 +2.0DHX Mda n DHXM .08 ... 29 6.05 2.49 37 2.65 -25.4DLH Hldgs DLHC ... ... 68 6.83 4.33 21 6.08 -1.3sDMC Globl BOOM .08 .2 ...dd 42.80 12.40 158 42.55 +69.9DNB Fncl DNBF .28 .8 15 37.15 30.00 10 35.70 +5.9DSP Gp DSPG ... ... ...cc 13.95 10.80 142 12.70 +1.6DXP Ent DXPE ... ... 40 43.21 24.86 92 39.80 +34.6DailyJourn DJCO ... ... ...cc 250.95 195.00 0 232.00 +.8Daktronics DAKT .28 2.9 43 10.86 8.54 175 9.78 +7.1DareBio rs DARE ... ... ... 12.40 .74 760 1.16 -46.3DarioHlth DRIO ... ... ... 3.64 1.32 48 1.82 +13.6DarioHl wt DRIOW ... ... ... .65 .12 .30 +33.2DasanZ rs DZSI ... ... ...dd 11.75 5.45 21 9.62 +3.9Daseke n DSKE ... ... ... 14.52 8.16 216 9.22 -35.5Daseke wt DSKEW ... ... ... 2.08 .88 1.90 -6.9Data IO DAIO ... ... 21 16.49 6.04 82 7.15 -40.6Datawatch DWCH ... ... ...dd 12.65 7.40 47 9.00 -5.3DaveBuster PLAY ... ... 14 73.48 37.85 457 40.08 -27.4DavidsT g n DTEA ... ... ...dd 6.75 3.20 3 3.60 -7.7DavSelFn n DFNL ... ... ... 25.62 20.49 26 24.45 +2.1DavSelEq n DUSA ... ... ... 25.32 20.34 11 24.33 +4.0DavSelW n DWLD ... ... ... 28.88 21.77 38 27.08 +3.2DawsonGeo DWSN .05p ... ...dd 7.80 3.52 36 7.53 +59.1Deciphera n DCPH ... ... ... 29.98 15.15 181 25.73 +13.5DelFriscos DFRG ... ... ...dd 18.85 11.70 164 14.65 -3.9DelTaco TACO ... ... 9 15.99 10.00 194 11.34 -6.4DelTaco wt TACOW ... ... ... 5.60 2.64 3.81 +29.1DelmarPh n DMPI ... ... ... 2.84 .78 92 .97 -10.8DeltaTch h DELT ... ... ... 4.70 .91 29 1.14 +7.5DenaliTh n DNLI ... ... ... 25.79 14.72 195 18.99 +21.4Dennys DENN ... ... 28 17.75 10.87 421 15.18 +14.7Dentsply XRAY .35 .7 ...dd 68.98 44.21 2176 47.95 -27.2Depomed DEPO ... ... ...dd 11.89 4.31 1023 7.58 -5.8Dermira DERM ... ... ...dd 31.59 6.98 517 10.89 -60.8DescSys DSGX ... ... 90 31.23 23.20 46 30.50 +7.4DestMatrn DEST .80 30.1 ...dd 4.98 1.02 52 2.66 -10.4Dest XL DXLG ... ... ...dd 2.75 1.45 690 1.58 -28.4Deswell DSWL .28 9.2 ...dd 3.64 1.87 39 3.03 +11.4Determine DTRM ... ... ...dd 3.93 1.23 93 1.81 +.6DexCom DXCM ... ... ...dd 88.60 42.62 696 86.91 +51.4DiamHill DHIL 7.00e ... 14 219.90 183.34 12 196.94 -4.7sDiambkEn FANG .13p ... 26 137.44 82.77 1970 136.26 +7.9DianaCnt rs DCIX ... ... ...dd 3161.09 1.31 6500 1.67 -58.9DicernaPh DRNA ... ... ...dd 15.80 2.69 282 13.76 +52.4DifferBr rs DFBG ... ... ...dd 2.25 .70 1 1.03 +8.4DiffusP hn DFFN ... ... ...dd 3.93 .42 135 .45 -61.9DigiIntl DGII ... ... 43 12.50 8.50 39 11.95 +25.1Digimarc DMRC ... ... ...dd 41.75 22.85 71 28.55 -21.0Digirad DRAD .22 12.6 ...dd 4.55 1.25 185 1.75 -32.0DigitalAlly DGLY ... ... ...dd 4.95 1.70 21 2.55 -3.8DigitlTurb APPS ... ... ...dd 2.59 .94 309 1.71 -4.5DimeCBc DCOM .56 2.8 19 22.65 17.75 137 20.00 -4.5Diodes DIOD ... ... 35 35.36 23.51 239 33.46 +16.7DiscIncA DISCA ... ... 12 27.92 15.99 7260 23.02 +2.9DiscIncB DISCB ... ... 15 48.85 19.25 28.00 +12.9 Nasdaq Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 10 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Friday, May 18, 2018

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DiscIncC DISCK ... ... 11 27.15 14.99 3795 21.82 +3.1DishNetw h DISH ... ... 16 66.50 28.93 2335 32.65 -31.6Diversicre DVCR .22 3.1 19 12.25 6.45 8 7.05 -29.6DivrsRest SAUC ... ... 2 4.12 1.15 15 1.24 -22.3DixieGrp DXYN ... ... ...dd 5.21 2.50 2 2.60 -32.5DocuSign n DOCU ... ... ... 46.70 37.00 340 44.90 +13.0DgssInt A n DOGZ ... ... ... 6.40 3.55 4 3.68 -37.6DollarTree DLTR ... ... 13 116.65 65.63 1515 94.29 -12.1DolphnEnt n DLPN ... ... ... 5.77 2.47 4 3.08 -14.4DolphEnt wt DLPNW ... ... ... .80 .36 .41 -25.5DonegalA DGICA .57f 4.1 24 18.25 13.28 16 13.79 -20.3DonegalB DGICB .50f 3.6 27 15.91 13.00 4 14.00 -8.0sDorchMin DMLP 1.41e 7.4 19 19.15 13.90 100 19.10 +25.7Dorman DORM ... ... 21 86.32 56.36 125 65.80 +7.6DovaPh n DOVA ... ... ... 37.00 16.98 182 26.65 -7.5DragVic n LYL ... ... ... 14.99 3.09 13 4.32 -.9DrprOkw n DOTA ... ... ... 9.99 9.71 40 9.91 +1.3DrprOk wt DOTAW ... ... ... .90 .41 .90 +34.3DrprOk rt DOTAR ... ... ... .65 .30 30 .54 +7.6DrpOkwd un DOTAU ... ... ... 10.85 10.07 10.60 +.6DropCar rs DCAR ... ... ... 13.52 1.57 87 1.69 -58.6Dropbox n DBX ... ... ... 34.83 27.75 1813 30.55 +7.3DryShips s DRYS .14e ... 1 158.55 .98 1048 3.90 +10.5DuluthH n DLTH ... ... 23 21.78 15.13 486 17.49 -2.0Dunkin DNKN 1.39 2.1 28 68.45 50.89 576 65.83 +2.1DurectCp DRRX ... ... ...dd 2.55 .75 526 1.97 +113.7Dynasil DYSL ... ... 8 2.06 1.09 47 1.30 +10.2Dynatronic DYNT ... ... ...dd 3.75 2.10 2 2.95 +2.3DynavaxT DVAX ... ... ...dd 24.45 5.35 5904 16.70 -10.7E -:sE-Trade ETFC ... ... 25 65.14 33.06 1950 64.85 +30.8eBay s EBAY ... ... 26 46.99 32.99 6260 38.40 +1.7eBay56 n EBAYL 1.50 5.7 ... 27.47 25.00 47 26.10 -3.1EDAP TMS EDAP ... ... ... 3.85 2.07 29 2.52 -12.2eHealth EHTH ... ... ...dd 28.59 13.61 73 18.84 +8.5EMC Inc s EMCI .88 3.4 18 32.19 24.51 18 25.74 -10.3ENDRA n NDRA ... ... ... 5.88 2.05 13 2.21 -54.5ENDRA wt NDRAW ... ... ... 2.00 .26 1.30 +4.0ENGlobal ENG ... ... 4 1.46 .73 37 .94 +7.8ESSA Bcp ESSA .36 2.4 22 16.80 14.16 21 14.85 -5.2EtfLonCanc CNCR ... ... ... 32.32 21.09 35 27.64 +16.2EtfAlpSmC SMCP ... ... ...q 27.10 23.22 26.02 -.3EtfValidea VALX ... ... ...q 30.40 26.20 0 30.11 +3.8IsectPsGr ef PMPT ... ... ... 28.26 24.56 26.81 -1.5EXFO g EXFO ... ... ...dd 5.40 3.55 13 3.65 -16.1EagleBncp EGBN ... ... 18 69.80 46.20 105 60.45 +4.4EagBcMT EBMT .36 1.8 16 21.95 17.35 2 19.75 -5.7EagleBkS rs EGLE ... ... ...dd 5.96 4.18 246 5.57 +24.3EaglFnB n EFBI .22p ... ... 19.57 14.50 0 15.61 -3.5EaglePhm EGRX ... ... 21 92.55 45.05 282 68.59 +28.4sEstWstBcp EWBC .80 1.1 21 71.37 52.86 1130 71.22 +17.1EastrAcq n EACQ ... ... ... 10.30 9.25 10.20 +1.0EastrAc wt EACQW ... ... ... .97 .26 .73 +22.7Easterly un EACQU ... ... ... 11.05 9.97 10.45 -2.6EasternCo EML .44 1.5 41 31.50 24.00 12 30.15 +15.3EastDist wt EASTW ... ... ... 1.00 .02 .54 -16.9EastsDist n EAST ... ... ... 7.75 3.35 9 7.40 +83.6EV StkNx s EVSTC ... ... ... 100.02 49.99 100.02 +100.0EV GlInBu s EVGBC ... ... ... 99.98 49.97 99.98 +100.0EV 5-15Mu s EVLMC ... ... ... 50.03 49.97 49.97 EV DivCrd s OKDCC ... ... ... 100.08 50.00 100 100.04 +99.9Ebix Inc s EBIX .30 .4 24 87.50 52.40 135 75.60 -4.6Echelon rs ELON ... ... ...dd 7.20 4.07 6 4.16 -24.9EchoGLog ECHO ... ... 65 32.95 13.00 293 27.35 -2.3EchoStar SATS ... ... 13 62.50 50.52 207 50.95 -14.9Eco-StimE ESES ... ... ...dd 1.74 .80 4 .92 -27.0sEcologyEn EEI .40 2.8 ...dd 14.00 10.25 9 14.45 +37.6EdgeTher n EDGE ... ... ...dd 17.77 .95 1410 1.01 -89.2tEdgewater EDGW ... ... ...dd 7.30 5.19 28 5.53 -11.4EditasM n EDIT ... ... ...dd 45.02 13.12 1322 37.98 +23.6EducDevel EDUC .36 1.5 42 27.93 6.90 21 24.65 +30.1seGain EGAN ... ... ...dd 10.95 1.45 147 10.80 +105.7tEgaletCp EGLT ... ... ...dd 3.47 .49 1055 .50 -50.2sEigerBio rs EIGR ... ... ...dd 16.20 6.10 1297 16.80 +20.48Point3E n CAFD 1.12 9.3 13 15.92 11.69 32 12.10 -20.4EksoBio n EKSO ... ... ...dd 4.77 .99 168 1.53 -28.2ElPolLoc h LOCO ... ... 67 14.85 9.05 552 10.80 +9.1ElbitIm rs EMITF ... ... ... 3.42 2.12 1 2.47 -13.0tElbitSys ESLT 1.76 1.6 18 153.13 111.05 55 111.60 -16.3sEldorRsts ERI ... ... 57 44.10 18.80 632 44.25 +33.5ElectSci ESIO ... ... 9 27.72 7.46 577 19.79 -7.7ElectroSen ELSE ... ... 12 5.24 2.96 3.92 -3.2ElectArts EA ... ... 29 134.58 99.63 2774 130.81 +24.5EFII lf EFII ... ... ... 50.98 25.28 1806 35.30 +19.5ElectrAc n ELEC ... ... ... 10.50 9.98 10.46 +1.4ElectAc wt ELECW ... ... ... .67 .25 .39 -3.7ElctmAc un ELECU ... ... ... 10.80 8.36 10.40 -1.9ElmiraSB ESBK .92 4.5 17 21.10 18.90 1 20.50 +.2sEloxxPh n ELOX ... ... ... 16.08 11.11 55 16.19 +42.0EltekLtd rs ELTK ... ... ... 8.95 2.65 173 4.29 +5.1EmclaireF EMCF 1.12f 3.4 17 33.98 26.50 2 33.28 +9.7Emcore EMKR 1.50e ... 95 12.20 4.40 415 4.75 -26.4EmmisC rs EMMS ... ... 1 5.84 2.44 100 5.80 +64.8EmpirRst rs NYNY ... ... ...dd 30.98 15.88 7 22.85 -15.4EnantaPh ENTA ... ... 60 107.29 29.46 145 106.12 +80.8EncoreCap ECPG ... ... 12 52.00 35.30 214 43.55 +3.4EncorW WIRE .08 .2 15 58.70 37.30 39 48.15 -1.0Endo Intl ENDP ... ... ...dd 14.15 5.27 3460 6.20 -20.0sEndocyte ECYT ... ... ...dd 13.18 1.17 3307 13.51 +215.7Endologix ELGX ... ... ...dd 7.14 3.75 394 4.95 -7.5EndurIntl EIGI ... ... ...dd 9.50 6.95 297 9.10 +8.3Energous WATT ... ... ...dd 33.50 6.91 597 17.93 -7.8EngyFocus EFOI ... ... ...dd 3.48 1.51 11 2.24 -8.6EnrgyRec ERII ... ... ...cc 11.30 6.13 243 8.76 +.1EnrgXXi hn EGC ... ... ...dd 28.40 3.41 954 7.76 +35.2Enphase ENPH ... ... ...dd 6.04 .65 3105 5.53 +129.5sEnsignGp s ENSG .18 .5 28 34.05 18.00 220 33.99 +53.1EnstarGp ESGR ... ... 18 237.30 180.50 16 211.20 +5.2EntegraFn ENFC ... ... 24 30.70 22.00 8 28.80 -1.5Entegris ENTG .28 .8 32 38.25 21.78 630 36.85 +21.0EntBcpMA EBTC .58 1.5 21 38.25 29.02 14 37.82 +11.1sEntFinSv EFSC .44 .8 19 54.10 36.65 81 54.10 +19.8Epizyme EPZM ... ... ...dd 21.40 9.30 1120 16.95 +35.1ePlus s PLUS ... ... 23 97.75 67.65 115 89.45 +18.9Equinix EQIX 9.12f 2.4 ...cc 495.35 370.79 427 381.93 -15.7EquitFin n EQFN .20p ... ... 10.95 9.90 0 10.65 -2.3EqtyBcsh n EQBK ... ... 26 40.94 29.13 30 40.14 +13.4Ericsson ERIC .13e 1.7 ... 8.05 5.52 3283 7.68 +15.0ErieInd ERIE 3.36 3.0 27 129.73 106.63 51 111.77 -8.3ErytechP n ERYP ... ... ... 30.56 17.50 1 20.00 -9.2sEscalade ESCA .50 3.5 15 14.40 11.31 20 14.45 +17.5Esperion ESPR ... ... ...dd 82.68 30.95 451 42.78 -35.0EsqFnHld n ESQ ... ... ... 25.92 14.51 27 24.35 +23.4EssaPh gs EPIX ... ... ... 51.00 2.00 22 3.52 -19.6Essendant ESND .56 4.3 ...dd 18.30 7.20 2174 13.10 +41.3EstreAm n ESTR ... ... ... 13.38 8.39 6 12.94 +49.8EstreAm wt ESTRW ... ... ... 1.03 .60 .71 -5.3Etsy n ETSY ... ... 43 31.83 11.26 1434 29.47 +44.1EuroTech CLWT ... ... ... 8.45 2.00 173 3.95 +19.3Euronet EEFT ... ... 19 101.07 70.67 265 82.25 -2.4Euroseas rs ESEA ... ... ... 2.73 1.17 31 2.44 +43.3EveloBio n EVLO ... ... ... 16.43 15.75 32 16.00 -1.5Ever-Glory EVK ... ... 10 4.50 1.96 8 4.25 +80.9Everbrdg n EVBG ... ... ...dd 44.07 21.56 156 43.86 +47.6EvrspnTc n MRAM ... ... ...dd 25.39 6.40 115 8.59 +14.5EvineLive EVLV ... ... ... 1.62 .76 198 1.12 -20.0EvofemBio EVFM ... ... ...dd 12.56 .30 23 5.23 +168.2Evogene EVGN ... ... ...dd 5.75 2.66 8 2.90 -5.4EvokePhm EVOK ... ... ...dd 4.09 1.85 140 3.00 +32.7Evolus n EOLS ... ... ... 17.50 6.75 673 12.94 +12.5EvolvgSys EVOL .44 12.9 9 5.85 3.21 28 3.40 -27.7ExOne XONE ... ... ...dd 14.43 6.26 132 6.55 -22.0ExactSci h EXAS ... ... ...dd 63.60 29.45 832 51.12 -2.7ExelaTch n XELA ... ... ... 10.00 4.15 95 4.52 -12.2Exelixis EXEL ... ... 27 32.50 18.03 5222 21.56 -29.1ExlSvcHld EXLS ... ... 40 64.34 49.18 168 54.94 -9.0Expedia EXPE 1.20 1.0 53 161.00 98.52 889 115.67 -3.4ExpdIntl EXPD .90f 1.3 24 73.05 51.96 897 71.94 +11.2sExponent s EXPO 1.04 1.1 56 94.40 56.95 118 93.00 +30.8ExpScripts ESRX ... ... 10 85.07 55.80 6015 76.35 +2.3ExtrOilGs n XOG ... ... ... 17.15 10.28 1748 15.16 +5.9ExtrmNet EXTR ... ... ...dd 15.55 8.10 4221 9.11 -27.2EyePtPh EYPT ... ... ...dd 2.88 .93 777 2.18 +101.9EyegatePh EYEG ... ... ... 2.43 .29 853 .59 -44.9Eyegate wt EYEGW ... ... ... .29 .06 .18 +20.0Eyenovia n EYEN ... ... ...dd 10.74 7.32 8 8.49 -14.4Ezcorp EZPW ... ... 17 15.10 7.55 727 13.10 +7.4F -:F5 Netwks FFIV ... ... 23 174.26 114.63 670 171.14 +30.4FAT Br n FAT .12p ... ... 13.99 5.54 5 6.99 -21.6FC GlbRlty FCRE ... ... ... 1.68 .65 52 .70 -23.6FFBW n FFBW ... ... ... 12.50 10.30 1 10.90 -1.1FLIR Sys FLIR .64 1.2 33 55.67 33.95 990 54.44 +16.8FNB Bnc s FNBG .52 1.4 ... 38.94 25.52 8 37.77 +3.5FNCB Bc n FNCB .04p ... ... 10.00 8.75 1 9.28 +.3FRP Hldgs FRPH ... ... 19 59.95 39.38 28 57.50 +29.9FS Bncp FSBW .56f 1.0 13 59.81 42.77 15 57.90 +6.1FSB Bcp n FSBC ... ... ... 18.23 14.60 1 17.54 +3.2FTD Cos FTD ... ... ...dd 20.65 3.46 381 5.26 -26.8Facebook FB ... ... 34 195.32 144.42 14696 183.76 +4.1FDaves DAVE ... ... ...dd 9.65 3.38 40 7.85 +19.8Fanhua FANH .52e 1.7 51 33.81 7.79 90 29.97 +38.6FarmerBrs FARM ... ... ...dd 35.05 23.60 131 26.80 -16.6FarmMer s FMAO .52 1.2 23 46.00 24.44 10 42.25 +3.6sFarmCB FFKT .50 .9 22 52.90 32.60 21 53.10 +37.9FarmersNB FMNB .28f 1.8 19 15.95 12.80 42 15.90 +7.8FaroTech FARO ... ... ...dd 65.35 32.25 158 53.45 +13.7Fastenal FAST 1.48 2.8 25 58.74 39.79 1969 52.87 -3.3FateThera FATE ... ... ...dd 14.45 2.52 352 10.44 +70.9Fauquier FBSS .48 2.3 41 22.25 17.24 0 20.95 -4.3FedlStAc n FSAC ... ... ... 9.84 9.65 1 9.80 +.9FedlStA wt FSACW ... ... ... 1.30 .95 1.10 -4.3FedlStA un FSACU ... ... ... 10.50 9.53 1 10.45 +2.0sFedNatHld FNHC .32 1.5 19 20.93 9.78 104 21.01 +26.8FenncPhr n FENC ... ... ... 14.99 7.55 90 11.06 +10.4Ferrogl n GSM .16 1.5 ... 17.61 8.54 785 10.69 -34.0Fibrocll rs FCSC ... ... ...dd 4.64 .51 10106 .96 +50.0FibroGen FGEN ... ... ...dd 63.00 25.35 589 51.30 +8.2FidD&D n FDBC .96 1.9 ... 52.00 33.09 0 50.03 +21.1FidNasdIdx ONEQ 2.29e .8 ...q 299.75 236.63 20 290.12 +7.0FidelSo LION .48 2.0 16 24.96 20.28 149 24.20 +11.0FidusInvst FDUS 1.56a 11.2 8q 17.75 12.63 106 13.87 -8.6FidsInv23 n FDUSL 1.47 5.9 ... 28.00 24.85 10 25.07 +.3FiestaRst FRGI ... ... ...dd 27.90 15.50 414 24.55 +29.2FifthThird FITB .64 1.9 11 34.67 23.20 4981 34.31 +13.1FifthT pf FITBI 1.66 6.0 ... 30.90 27.00 43 27.80 -2.551job JOBS ... ... ...dd 105.58 42.57 151 104.53 +71.8FinTcII n FNTE ... ... ... 11.76 9.70 9.97 +.5FinTcII wt FNTEW ... ... ... 1.95 .95 1.25 -9.4FinTcII un FNTEU ... ... ... 11.24 10.15 10.42 -.8FinclEngin FNGN .32 .7 51 44.95 24.45 907 44.55 +47.0FnclInst FISI .96f 3.0 16 34.10 25.65 21 32.15 +3.4Finisar FNSR ... ... 14 28.99 14.25 1151 16.77 -17.6FinLine FINL .46 3.4 30 15.28 6.90 701 13.44 -7.5FinjanH FNJN ... ... 3 4.06 1.66 140 2.91 +34.7FireEye FEYE ... ... ...dd 19.36 13.40 1647 17.60 +23.9FstBcpME FNLC .96 3.3 17 32.33 25.00 11 28.88 +6.1FtBcpNC FBNC .40f 1.0 24 41.76 27.50 115 41.19 +16.7FstBcMiss FBMS .20f .6 21 35.10 26.05 32 34.25 +.1FstBkNJ FRBA .12 .8 31 14.95 11.15 19 14.15 +2.2FstBusey rs BUSE .80f 2.5 21 32.88 27.33 303 31.63 +5.6FBusnFn s FBIZ .56 2.2 19 26.95 20.57 11 26.00 +17.5FrstCap FCAP .89e 2.4 18 43.02 29.81 0 36.35 -1.1FtChoBc n FCBP ... ... ... 29.64 27.17 18 28.97 +4.4FCtzBA FCNCA 1.40 .3 22 463.44 323.74 19 450.00 +11.7sFCmtyBsh FCBC .72a 2.1 22 33.97 24.02 64 33.76 +17.5FCmtyCp FCCO .40 1.7 23 24.87 18.50 27 23.70 +4.9FtConnBcp FBNK .64f 2.5 19 28.50 23.25 33 25.65 -1.91stCnstBn FCCY .24 1.1 17 22.53 16.15 24 21.10 +15.3FstDeFn FDEF 1.20 1.9 16 62.42 47.01 21 61.61 +18.5FFnclOH FFBC .76 2.4 21 32.50 22.80 284 32.10 +21.8FstFnB wt FFBCW ... ... ... 18.00 12.41 18.00 +12.7sFstFnBksh FFIN .84f 1.6 28 52.85 37.31 246 53.00 +17.6FstFnIN THFF 1.02 2.3 19 52.35 39.55 15 43.75 -3.5FstFnNwst FFNW .32f 1.8 20 17.99 13.13 39 17.43 +12.4FstFound s FFWM ... ... 22 19.84 15.06 61 18.89 +1.9FstGtyBc n FGBI .64b 2.3 ... 29.50 20.73 4 27.42 +9.7 FsHawaii n FHB .96 3.4 ... 32.36 26.30 1022 28.51 -2.3FIntntBcp INBK .24 .7 14 42.40 25.48 14 34.05 -10.7FIntBc26 n INBKL 1.50 5.9 ... 27.05 24.75 25.54 -3.7sFstIntBc A FIBK 1.12 2.6 20 42.90 33.33 210 43.05 +7.5FstMerch FRME .88f 1.9 20 45.42 37.09 92 45.24 +7.6FstMidIll FMBH .68a 1.8 16 42.03 31.05 25 37.36 -3.1FMidBc FMBI .44f 1.7 20 26.55 20.50 515 25.70 +7.0FstNwBc n FNWB ... ... 46 18.35 15.04 11 16.67 +2.3FstSavFin FSFG .60f .9 19 80.01 49.31 2 69.32 +21.6FstSolar FSLR ... ... 44 81.72 33.27 1653 71.39 +5.71stSource SRCE .96f 1.8 20 54.65 44.33 18 53.79 +8.8FTNDXTc QTEC .58e .7 ...q 83.42 61.44 125 78.93 +9.7FtTr AbsRet FAAR .84e ... ... 34.79 27.00 5 29.89 +1.9FT RisDv n SDVY .11e .5 ... 22.04 19.62 1 21.04 +.2FT AsiaPc FPA 1.01e 2.9 ...q 38.10 31.47 1 35.05 -1.8FT Europe FEP .65e 1.6 ...q 42.49 34.36 270 41.02 +5.0FT LatAm FLN 2.01e 10.1 ...q 23.27 17.73 3 19.86 -2.7FT Brazil FBZ 1.62e 11.2 ...q 18.24 12.96 0 14.48 -6.7FT China FCA .68e 2.1 ...q 34.79 21.72 2 32.20 +8.4FT Japan FJP .77e 1.3 ...q 63.38 51.01 7 59.58 -.6FT SKorea FKO .59e 2.1 ...q 32.08 25.87 2 28.69 -2.9FT DevMkt FDT .96e 1.5 ...q 67.22 53.84 133 63.96 +2.5FT EmMkt FEM .64e 2.2 ...q 31.32 21.90 111 28.51 +2.2FT Germny FGM 1.04e 2.0 ...q 55.51 42.16 1 51.57 +.7FT Canada FCAN .29e 1.1 ...q 27.35 22.06 0 27.31 +3.0FT UK FKU 1.57e 3.7 ...q 42.89 35.33 11 42.51 +6.6FT Switzld FSZ .78e 1.5 ...q 56.74 48.07 3 53.02 +.5FT HKong FHK 2.82e 6.6 ...q 46.25 36.40 0 42.42 FT IndNif50 FTW 1.47e 3.8 ...q 39.68 34.78 39.03 +8.8FT EmMSC FEMS 1.65e 4.0 ...q 47.47 35.25 34 41.11 -5.1FTDvMkSC FDTS .97e 2.2 ...q 48.51 37.11 0 44.90 +1.1FT EurzAlp FEUZ .50e 1.1 ...q 48.43 37.36 10 45.60 +3.9FstT BICK BICK .34e 1.2 ...q 33.60 24.83 3 29.48 -2.4FtTrInOp n FCEF .36 1.7 ... 23.93 20.04 6 21.60 -2.0FtTrMun n MCEF ... ... ... 19.39 17.65 0 17.73 -5.4tFtTrOpp n FIXD 1.52 3.1 ... 52.92 48.83 278 48.91 -3.6FTNsdGrid GRID .19e .4 ...q 53.73 42.00 0 52.67 +3.3FTMltAInc MDIV 1.20e 6.5 ...q 19.50 17.60 195 18.33 -3.6FTNsqTDv TDIV .86e 2.4 ...q 38.44 30.93 37 36.44 +3.5FTLwDOpp LMBS 1.41 2.8 ...q 52.32 51.08 114 51.15 -1.0FTIntlMltA YDIV .99e 5.5 ...q 19.83 17.33 3 17.99 -3.5FT BuyInc FTHI .96 4.2 ...q 24.00 21.04 25 22.74 -2.5FT StratInc FDIV 2.34 4.8 ... 52.20 46.89 38 48.86 -4.4FT HdgBuy FTLB .66 2.9 ...q 23.65 20.89 2 22.38 -2.9FTEnhSht FTSM 1.11 1.8 ...q 60.09 59.92 385 60.06 +.1FT RisDiv RDVY .40e 1.3 ...q 32.00 26.22 80 30.45 +1.9FT SSICv FCVT .48a 1.6 ...q 32.38 27.01 150 29.96 +4.6FT DWF5 FV .18e .6 ...q 31.03 24.02 686 29.94 +8.6FT AmIndR AIRR .08e .3 ...q 28.40 22.38 23 26.51 -3.3FT AI Rob n ROBT .07p ... ... 30.12 28.50 8 29.80 +3.7FT US Eq RNDV .35e 1.6 ... 23.04 19.30 0 21.42 -1.2FT SmCap RNSC .22e 1.0 ... 22.89 19.03 0 22.11 +2.8FT MdCap RNMC .19e ... ... 22.75 19.19 1 21.87 +.7FT LgCap RNLC .18e ... ... 23.11 19.67 0 21.94 +.8FT EM Sl n RNEM 1.25e ... ... 59.26 51.56 53.93 -1.0FT DevInt RNDM .45e ... ... 55.12 48.94 0 52.00 -.3FTNsTrn ef FTXR .33e 1.3 ... 27.65 22.24 24.90 -4.0FT QualInc QINC .60e 2.4 ...q 26.90 23.20 1 24.57 -3.6FTNsSem ef FTXL .14e .4 ... 36.21 24.11 13 33.46 +10.5FsTrNsRt ef FTXD .82e 3.7 ... 23.93 18.70 3 22.03 +2.7FTNasPh ef FTXH .51e 2.3 ... 23.57 19.06 0 21.74 +1.6sFTNsOil ef FTXN .37e 1.5 ... 24.67 16.85 145 25.40 +20.2FTNaFood ef FTXG .32e 1.7 ... 21.28 19.21 19.21 -7.6FTNsBk ef FTXO .40e 1.3 ... 32.44 24.57 124 30.85 +5.1FTDorW n FVC .17e .6 ... 28.96 22.19 152 27.88 +8.6FT DWInt IFV .32e 1.4 ...q 24.24 18.83 213 22.27 +.1tFTEMCur FEMB 2.68e 6.7 ...q 48.17 39.74 7 39.74 -5.7FT MunHI n FMHI 1.68 3.4 ... 53.47 49.45 50.03 -.9FT RivAsia RFAP 1.14e 1.9 ... 64.93 55.07 4 61.16 +1.0FT RivDev RFDI 1.09e 1.7 ... 68.99 59.24 27 65.51 +2.2FT RvfrDyE RFEM 1.12e 1.5 ... 79.04 60.57 6 72.31 +2.6FT RivEur RFEU .95e 1.4 ... 70.58 60.56 3 66.89 +2.4FT CA Mun FCAL 1.50 3.0 ... 53.00 48.91 0 50.23 -2.6FTCapStrn FTCS .59e 1.1 ...q 54.95 44.36 61 51.43 +.8FTN100ExT QQXT .14e .3 ...q 52.82 44.73 8 48.91 +.6FsTrGrEn QCLN .08e .4 ...q 21.73 16.70 6 20.35 +.2FTrTUSAlp TUSA .24e .7 ...q 34.93 28.50 1 34.27 +3.6FstTrDrcy ef DWPP .27e .9 ... 30.68 25.63 0 29.06 +1.0FTCloudC SKYY .13e .3 ...q 52.76 38.44 111 51.60 +12.5FTNdqAuto CARZ .88e 2.1 ...q 45.00 36.07 15 41.18 -2.4FT GblAg rs FTAG .38e 1.4 ...q 29.98 24.50 0 27.77 -1.3sFT GblNRs FTRI .45e 3.4 ...q 13.15 10.89 0 13.20 +6.6FT Cybersc CIBR .03e .1 ...q 27.37 20.59 126 26.39 +14.1FTIntlIPO FPXI .28e .8 ...q 39.87 30.55 1 36.73 +3.8FTSenLoan FTSL 1.83 3.8 ...q 48.67 47.95 132 48.18 +.3FTTactHY HYLS 2.64 5.6 ...q 49.76 47.28 73 47.51 -2.2sFT GlbCmd FTGC .26e ... ...q 21.57 18.97 58 21.50 +3.8FT MgdMu FMB 1.35 2.6 ...q 54.43 52.06 296 52.36 -2.2FTNDXEq QQEW .27e .4 ...q 63.55 51.97 12 60.18 +3.8sFT NsdABA QABA .75e 1.3 ...q 56.43 45.86 23 56.46 +7.7FTSmartph FONE .86e 1.7 ...q 55.89 47.30 4 51.03 -2.2FstUSBcsh FUSB .08 .7 33 14.38 10.38 4 10.97 -14.3FstUtdCp FUNC .36f 1.7 22 22.90 14.10 5 20.65 +18.7First LI s FLIC .60 2.4 10 33.50 23.30 47 24.95 -12.5FsthdTech SVVC ... ... ...q 12.74 7.29 13 11.57 +29.1FstSvc n FSV .54 .8 38 74.49 57.17 15 70.62 +1.0Fiserv s FISV ... ... 34 74.46 59.37 1512 72.50 +10.6FiveBelow FIVE ... ... ...cc 78.28 44.30 854 75.53 +13.9FivePrime FPRX ... ... ...dd 48.87 15.66 646 18.90 -13.8FiveStar FVE ... ... ...dd 2.10 1.05 31 1.15 -23.3Five9 FIVN ... ... ...dd 34.23 19.53 570 31.15 +25.2Flex Ltd FLEX ... ... 15 19.71 12.93 6474 14.41 -19.9FlexPhm n FLKS ... ... ...dd 8.98 2.68 40 3.77 +8.0FlxGlbImp ESGG ... ... ... 101.95 85.30 1 97.21 +2.3FlxUS Imp ESG ... ... ... 70.00 56.06 6 64.75 +1.8FlxRAstAlo ASET ... ... ... 29.37 26.74 0 27.90 -3.0FlxUSQLgC QLC ... ... ...q 35.78 28.79 2 34.44 +3.3tFlxUSLgCp LKOR .41e ... ...q 55.13 49.71 10 49.59 -9.5tFlxUSCpBd SKOR 1.24 2.6 ... 51.61 48.63 4 48.59 -4.5tFlxDisDur MBSD .62e 2.7 ...q 24.42 23.01 6 23.02 -2.3FlexSh n FPAY ... ... ... 6.56 2.63 80 3.06 -19.4FlexionTh FLXN ... ... ... 32.25 16.51 673 26.64 +6.4Flexstl FLXS .88 2.3 ... 57.79 34.74 31 38.08 -18.6Fluent Inc FLNT ... ... ... 6.95 2.05 210 2.65 -39.8Fluidigm FLDM ... ... ...dd 8.38 2.52 159 5.79 -1.7FlushFn FFIC .80f 3.0 19 31.45 24.59 47 26.71 -2.9Foamix FOMX ... ... ... 7.45 4.15 39 5.35 -11.0Fonar FONR ... ... 9 33.90 21.10 15 26.95 +10.7ForeScTc n FSCT ... ... ... 37.81 21.56 478 31.04 -2.7ForshtAut n FRSX ... ... ... 11.70 2.44 47 2.98 -26.1FormFac FORM ... ... 35 18.65 11.10 480 13.30 -15.0FormulaSy FORTY .34e 1.0 ... 45.65 32.55 35.40 -12.7ForrestR FORR .80 1.9 54 47.75 36.95 25 42.10 -4.8Forterra n FRTA ... ... 51 17.19 3.02 234 8.74 -21.3Fortinet FTNT ... ... ...cc 60.81 35.44 1373 58.29 +33.4FortressBio FBIO ... ... ...dd 5.54 3.14 96 3.66 -8.3FortB pfA FBIOP 2.34 10.3 ... 24.80 20.01 1 22.70 -.2ForwrdA FWRD .60 1.0 26 64.80 49.23 314 58.39 +1.7Forward h FORD ... ... 27 4.45 1.02 191 1.59 +29.3ForwdPh FWP 23.12e ... ... 9.70 1.63 11 2.19 -40.5Fossil Grp FOSL ... ... ...dd 19.90 5.50 1634 19.51 +151.1Foster FSTR .16 .7 ...dd 30.30 16.95 11 22.80 -16.0FndtnMed FMI ... ... ...dd 87.10 31.70 198 79.75 +16.9FoxFactory FOXF ... ... 27 46.80 31.00 139 37.85 -2.6Francesca FRAN ... ... 14 14.98 4.51 1156 5.86 -19.8FrankElec FELE .48f 1.0 27 47.20 36.25 101 45.80 -.2FredsInc FRED .24 13.9 ...dd 14.88 1.54 844 1.73 -57.3FrghtCar lf RAIL .36 2.3 ...dd 20.46 12.53 57 15.54 -9.0FreqElec FEIM ... ... ...dd 10.59 7.53 20 7.95 -15.1sFreshpet FRPT ... ... ...dd 21.10 13.50 369 21.75 +14.8sFronteo FTEO ... ... ... 18.00 10.68 4 19.66 +57.2FrontC pf FTRPR 11.13 74.8 ... 23.01 7.68 563 14.88 +70.9Frontr rs FTR 2.40 25.8 ... 23.10 6.08 2521 9.29 +37.4FuelTech FTEK ... ... ...dd 1.83 .71 18 1.19 +6.3FuelCell rs FCEL ... ... ...dd 2.49 .80 310 1.89 +11.2FulgentG n FLGT ... ... ... 7.90 2.73 6 3.95 -9.8FulingGbl n FORK ... ... ... 6.00 3.00 1 3.75 -5.1FullHseR FLL ... ... ...dd 4.10 2.10 37 3.49 -10.3FultonFncl FULT .48f 2.7 17 19.90 16.45 500 17.50 -2.2Funko n FNKO ... ... 50 9.90 5.81 138 9.55 +43.6FusionCon FSNN ... ... ...dd 4.42 1.11 3.30 -12.0FutFintch lf FTFT ... ... ... 8.00 1.30 81 2.32 -44.4FuweiF rs FFHL ... ... ...dd 4.93 2.39 8 3.59 +22.1G -:GWilliFood WILC ... ... 23 7.66 5.11 40 7.25 +.8G1Thera n GTHX ... ... ... 52.44 12.04 330 48.31 +143.5GCI Lb A n GLIBA ... ... ... 55.47 42.43 582 43.28 -20.9GCI Lb pfA GLIBP .13e ... ... 24.67 18.40 11 23.77 +4.5GDS Hld n GDS .46p ... ... 37.01 6.90 1032 34.77 +54.3GSE Sy GVP ... ... 15 3.75 2.35 5 3.39 +4.3GSI Tech GSIT ... ... ...dd 8.94 6.05 45 7.52 -5.5GSV Cap GSVC ... ... 6 9.39 3.83 111 7.06 +29.5GTY Tch n GTYH ... ... ... 10.45 9.75 10.01 +.8GTY Tc un GTYHU ...