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Firm % change in producing reps ▲
138Tower Square Securities Inc.
137Edward Jones
136Foresters Equity Services Inc.
135Finance 500 Inc.
134Williams Financial Group
133D.A. Davidson & Co.
132Packerland Brokerage Services Inc.
131Protected Investors of America Inc.
130Quincy Cass Associates Inc.
129Financial Services International Corp.
128First Republic Securities Co.
127Financial Telesis Inc.
126Sterne Agee Financial Services
125Cantella & Co. Inc.
124WRP Investments Inc.
123Wunderlich Securities Inc.
122Wall Street Access
121MSI Financial Services, Inc.
120Park Avenue Securities LLC
119vFinance Investments Inc.
118LifeMark Securities Corp.
117Bolton Global Capital
116Hilltop Securities Independent Network Inc.
115National Holdings Corp.
114Foothill Securities Inc.
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