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Financial websites and publications such as MarketWatch.com and NASDAQ.com provide users with quick ticker symbol lookup data boxes. Enter a few simple criteria into the box, including the exchange where the stock trades... More »

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A stock symbol, or ticker symbol, is a sequence of characters assigned to a particular company's stock by a stock exchange. The NASDAQ, AMEX and New York Stock Exchange are the primary exchanges in the United States that... More »

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Visit a finance website's stock information page, and enter the name of the company into the appropriate field, notes Marketwatch. Choose the country in which the company is incorporated, and choose the type of investmen... More »

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Mutual fund symbols are available at Bloomberg.com and MarketWatch.com, as of 2015. These websites provide symbols for funds such as the Fidelity Contrafund and the Auxier Focus mutual funds. More »

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Regions Financial is listed with the ticker symbol RF on NASDAQ, the world's second largest stock exchange, as shown at NASDAQ.com. In addition to up-to-date quotes, investors can obtain the daily and 52-week highs/lows,... More »

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Stock market symbols are company abbreviations, a convention derived from the use of the ticker tape used at the close of the Civil War. Tradingcharts.com is one location users can consult to look up either a company nam... More »

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Stock exchange tickers tend to read with letters, numbers and symbols; generally, the letters represent a specific company's stock ticker symbol while the numbers and symbols indicate how many shares have traded at what ... More »

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