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Quote for UUP
SymbolPriceChange% ChangeVolumeAvg Daily VolumeBidAskLast TradeMarket CapName
UUP21.62 +0.04 +0.19% 33780670120321.8521.20N/A - 21.62N/APowerShares DB US
Traders that have a holding in UUP
UsernameAvg. Purchase PriceSharesLong
overlord299792458 22.1154541,100.00True
amsecbank 23.9399626.00True
mcintosh123 23.99500.00True
jim22278 21.9999158.00True
bovine_u 21.19100.00True
noirauxtaine 22.6852100.00True
about2010 24.060341.00True
sredart2007 23.7741.00True
01pot 23.8941.00True
BadAngel 21.7983625.15False
* See note at bottom for explanation on shares held short.
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* When a 'Sell Short' is executed (Long = False), the dollar amount of the shares is added to the Available Cash.
The Portfolio Value is reduced by the same dollar amount.

When a 'Buy to Cover' is executed, the dollar amount to buy back the shares is subtracted from the Available Cash.
The Portfolio Value is increased by the same dollar amount.
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