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I'm sure many equity traders, myself included, would really appreciate a way to see the different sectors the stocks in a ProRealTime watchlist are from. This way you can instantly see which sectors have momentum currently. Also it isn't always clear from the company's name what sector it's from. This would make an already great platform even better.



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