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What is your take on the recent IPO of Sealy (ZZ) ?-- Anonymous
: I believe the nation's leading mattress maker, which went public last week at $16 a share, remains attractive to purchase below $18. The company can likely earn more than $1 a share in 2007, is paying down debt and will likely initiate a cash dividend over the coming quarters. With that in mind, I believe Sealy can eventually trade up toward $20 a share.
What exactly does the volume indicator at the bottom of a stock chart represent?-- Austin from Indiana
: In most cases, this chart refers to the total volume, or number of shares, traded for any given period. On a longer-term chart, this is usually measured on a daily basis. That said, more advanced software tools will break the data down by hour or minute.
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