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Universal Insurance Holdings's Customers Performance

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UVE's Source of Revenues Universal Insurance Holdings's Customers have recorded a growth in their cost of revenue by 56.33 % in the 4 quarter 2018 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 46.43 %, for the same period Universal Insurance Holdings, Inc. recorded revenue increase by 7.48 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 4.96 %.

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Universal Insurance Holdings's Customers have recorded a growth in their cost of revenue by 56.33 % in the 4 quarter 2018 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 46.43 %, for the same period Universal Insurance Holdings, Inc. recorded revenue increase by 7.48 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 4.96 %.

List of UVE Customers


   
Customers Net Income fell in Q4 by Customers Net margin fell to %
-12.28 % 5.61 %



Universal Insurance Holdings's Customers, Q4 2018 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry      9.53 %
Customers in Construction Raw Materials Industry      3.54 %
Customers in Aerospace & Defense Industry -4.5 %   
Customers in Construction Services Industry      23.74 %
Customers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry      5.3 %
Customers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry -18.16 %   
Customers in Conglomerates Industry -10.27 %   
Customers in Auto & Truck Parts Industry -13.76 %   
Customers in Oil And Gas Production Industry      19.95 %
Customers in Oil & Gas Integrated Operations Industry      28.87 %
Customers in Oil Well Services & Equipment Industry    
Customers in Accident & Health Insurance Industry      19.75 %
Customers in Life Insurance Industry      7.59 %
Customers in Insurance Brokerage Industry      37.46 %
Customers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry -2.78 %   
Customers in Miscellaneous Financial Services Industry -13.09 %   
Customers in Professional Services Industry -5.86 %   
Customers in Transport & Logistics Industry      1.78 %
Customers in Airline Industry -1.82 %   
Customers in Special Transportation Services Industry      21.82 %
Customers in Railroads Industry      1.66 %
Customers in Marine Transportation Industry      15.99 %
Customers in Natural Gas Utilities Industry -1.08 %   
Customers in Automotive Aftermarket Industry      9.43 %
     
• Customers Valuation • Segment Rev. Growth • Segment Inc. Growth • Customers Mgmt. Effect.


Universal Insurance Holdings's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


Florida
According to the U.S. Census Bureau,, Florida was the third largest state in terms of population, with approximately 20 million people. The University of Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research estimates that Florida is expected to reach a population of approximately 26 million people by 2040, an increase of 38% from 2010. Property ownership and development represent key drivers of the Florida economy. Because of its location, Florida is exposed to an increased risk of hurricanes during the entire six months of the Atlantic hurricane season, which spans from June 1 through November 30. While a significant hurricane has not made landfall in Florida since 2005, eight hurricanes in 2004 and 2005, including Hurricanes Charley, Katrina, Rita and Wilma, caused combined estimated nationwide property damage of over $127 billion, a significant portion of which occurred in Florida. As a result, availability of personal residential insurance and claims servicing are vitally important to Florida residents.


The Florida residential insurance market is highly fragmented and dominated by in-state insurance companies, including Citizens. Significant dislocation in the Florida property insurance market began following Hurricane Andrew in 1992 and accelerated following the 2004 and 2005 hurricane seasons. National and regional insurers significantly reduced their share of the market in Florida between 1999 and 2012. As national and regional insurance companies reduced their exposure in Florida, Citizens, which was at the time and remains today, by law, an insurer of last resort, increased efforts to provide affordable residential insurance to those residents unable to obtain coverage in the private market. As a result, Citizens’ policy count grew from roughly 800,000 policies in 2005 to a peak level of approximately 1.5 million policies in late 2011. To reduce Citizens’ risk exposure, beginning in 2010, Florida elected officials encouraged Citizens to focus on reducing the size of its portfolio by returning policies to the private market. Depopulation efforts have been successful, as Citizens’ policy count at September 30, 2015 was approximately 570,000. To be eligible for a Citizens policy, an applicant must either be denied comparable coverage offers from the private insurance market or have received coverage offerings from the private insurance market requiring premium payments that are more than 15% higher than a comparable Citizens policy.


All residential insurance companies that write business in Florida, including us, are required to obtain a form of reinsurance through the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund (the “FHCF”), a state-sponsored entity that provides a layer of reinsurance protection at a price that is typically lower than what would otherwise be available in the general market. The purpose of the FHCF is to protect and advance the state’s interest in maintaining insurance capacity in Florida by providing reimbursements to insurers for a portion of their catastrophe hurricane losses. The FHCF provides limited capacity, which may be adjusted by statute from time to time.

We market and sell our products solely through our network of approximately 7,800 licensed independent agents, which we continue to build both in Florida and in other states. Of these independent agents, the top 20% accounted for approximately 80% of our direct written premium for the year ended December 31, 2015. Currently we have approximately 4,500 independent agents in Florida and approximately 3,300 independent agents outside of Florida. Our relationships with independent agents and their relationships with their customers are critical to our ability to identify, attract and retain profitable business. We actively participate in the recruitment and training of our independent agents and provide each agency with training sessions on topics such as submitting claims and underwriting guidelines, either over the phone or through an internet portal. We also engage a third-party market representative to assist in ongoing training and recruitment initiatives in all of the states in which we write business.


A key part of our distribution strategy is to utilize an attractive commission-based compensation plan as an incentive for independent agents to place business with us. We also attempt to provide excellent service to our independent agents and brokers, maintaining a consistent partnership with our independent agents and a consistent presence in our target markets through hard and soft market cycles. Our internal staff and specialists provide support to our independent agents, including use of various technologies to assist with the delivery of service to our policyholders. Our independent agents have access to all policy and payment information through our online, proprietary system. This system allows our independent agents to provide quotes within minutes, and because we control our technology, we are able to quickly respond to agents who need troubleshooting assistance or who offer recommendations for improvement. This system has evolved into a highly valued tool that enables agents to quickly understand the status of a policy and assist their clients with any policy-related questions. We regularly monitor and enhance the system to provide the best point of sale tools possible. Agents are provided dedicated internal contacts should they need assistance, and agencies are proactively contacted on a quarterly basis to solicit feedback.


Universal Insurance Holdings's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


Florida
According to the U.S. Census Bureau,, Florida was the third largest state in terms of population, with approximately 20 million people. The University of Florida Bureau of Economic and Business Research estimates that Florida is expected to reach a population of approximately 26 million people by 2040, an increase of 38% from 2010. Property ownership and development represent key drivers of the Florida economy. Because of its location, Florida is exposed to an increased risk of hurricanes during the entire six months of the Atlantic hurricane season, which spans from June 1 through November 30. While a significant hurricane has not made landfall in Florida since 2005, eight hurricanes in 2004 and 2005, including Hurricanes Charley, Katrina, Rita and Wilma, caused combined estimated nationwide property damage of over $127 billion, a significant portion of which occurred in Florida. As a result, availability of personal residential insurance and claims servicing are vitally important to Florida residents.


The Florida residential insurance market is highly fragmented and dominated by in-state insurance companies, including Citizens. Significant dislocation in the Florida property insurance market began following Hurricane Andrew in 1992 and accelerated following the 2004 and 2005 hurricane seasons. National and regional insurers significantly reduced their share of the market in Florida between 1999 and 2012. As national and regional insurance companies reduced their exposure in Florida, Citizens, which was at the time and remains today, by law, an insurer of last resort, increased efforts to provide affordable residential insurance to those residents unable to obtain coverage in the private market. As a result, Citizens’ policy count grew from roughly 800,000 policies in 2005 to a peak level of approximately 1.5 million policies in late 2011. To reduce Citizens’ risk exposure, beginning in 2010, Florida elected officials encouraged Citizens to focus on reducing the size of its portfolio by returning policies to the private market. Depopulation efforts have been successful, as Citizens’ policy count at September 30, 2015 was approximately 570,000. To be eligible for a Citizens policy, an applicant must either be denied comparable coverage offers from the private insurance market or have received coverage offerings from the private insurance market requiring premium payments that are more than 15% higher than a comparable Citizens policy.


All residential insurance companies that write business in Florida, including us, are required to obtain a form of reinsurance through the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund (the “FHCF”), a state-sponsored entity that provides a layer of reinsurance protection at a price that is typically lower than what would otherwise be available in the general market. The purpose of the FHCF is to protect and advance the state’s interest in maintaining insurance capacity in Florida by providing reimbursements to insurers for a portion of their catastrophe hurricane losses. The FHCF provides limited capacity, which may be adjusted by statute from time to time.

We market and sell our products solely through our network of approximately 7,800 licensed independent agents, which we continue to build both in Florida and in other states. Of these independent agents, the top 20% accounted for approximately 80% of our direct written premium for the year ended December 31, 2015. Currently we have approximately 4,500 independent agents in Florida and approximately 3,300 independent agents outside of Florida. Our relationships with independent agents and their relationships with their customers are critical to our ability to identify, attract and retain profitable business. We actively participate in the recruitment and training of our independent agents and provide each agency with training sessions on topics such as submitting claims and underwriting guidelines, either over the phone or through an internet portal. We also engage a third-party market representative to assist in ongoing training and recruitment initiatives in all of the states in which we write business.


A key part of our distribution strategy is to utilize an attractive commission-based compensation plan as an incentive for independent agents to place business with us. We also attempt to provide excellent service to our independent agents and brokers, maintaining a consistent partnership with our independent agents and a consistent presence in our target markets through hard and soft market cycles. Our internal staff and specialists provide support to our independent agents, including use of various technologies to assist with the delivery of service to our policyholders. Our independent agents have access to all policy and payment information through our online, proprietary system. This system allows our independent agents to provide quotes within minutes, and because we control our technology, we are able to quickly respond to agents who need troubleshooting assistance or who offer recommendations for improvement. This system has evolved into a highly valued tool that enables agents to quickly understand the status of a policy and assist their clients with any policy-related questions. We regularly monitor and enhance the system to provide the best point of sale tools possible. Agents are provided dedicated internal contacts should they need assistance, and agencies are proactively contacted on a quarterly basis to solicit feedback.





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UVE's vs. Customers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Universal Insurance Holdings, Inc. UVE 1,070 824 117 392
C H Robinson Worldwide Inc CHRW 12,713 15,380 525 11,521
Swift Transportation Co SWFT 4,231 4,118 155 21,274
Pam Transportation Services Inc PTSI 297 475 44 2,911
Knight-swift Transportation Holdings Inc. KNX 6,223 3,425 541 5,485
Dthera Sciences KNMX 0 0 -3 0
Usa Truck Inc USAK 132 516 22 2,800
Universal Logistics Holdings, Inc. UACL 0 0 0 4,218
Marten Transport Ltd MRTN 1,111 712 92 3,240
Heartland Express Inc HTLD 1,645 611 73 4,500
Celadon Group Inc CGI 88 681 23 6,415
Saia Inc SAIA 1,804 1,525 114 8,900
Werner Enterprises Inc WERN 2,567 2,178 215 188
Old Dominion Freight Line Inc ODFL 12,784 3,529 507 16,443
Hunt J B Transport Services Inc JBHT 10,777 7,509 702 20,158
Covenant Transportation Group Inc CVTI 373 720 60 4,400
Yrc Worldwide Inc. YRCW 264 4,935 0 33,000
Hub Group, Inc. HUBG 1,486 4,492 153 2,568
Con-way Inc. CNW 0 5,473 99 30,100
Janel Corp JANL 5 82 3 101
Arcbest Corp ARCB 879 2,875 77 13,238
American Fiber Green Products, Inc. AFBG 1 0 0 3
Brunswick Corp BC 4,724 4,505 154 12,165
Malibu Boats, Inc. MBUU 842 433 28 509
Marine Products Corp MPX 472 299 28 605
Mcbc Holdings, Inc. MCFT 447 296 33 470
Seacor Holdings Inc CKH 994 745 152 4,901
Navios Maritime Acquisition Corporation NNA 73 188 -82 1
Overseas Shipholding Group Inc OSGIQ 0 0 0 890
Teekay Corp TK 451 1,708 -58 6,800
Teekay Lng Partners L.p. TGP 1,306 511 27 5,561
Gener8 Maritime, Inc. GNRT 539 323 -169 85
Golar Lng Ltd GLNG 2,111 441 -168 30
Ship Finance International Ltd SFL 1,357 419 74 7
Capital Product Partners L.p. CPLP 1,409 343 99 1
Frontline Ltd FRO 1,378 742 -8 118
Golden Ocean Group Ltd GOGL 803 656 85 25
Top Ships Inc. TOPS 13 41 -11 1
Nordic American Tankers Ltd NAT 292 289 -95 21
Ultrapetrol Bahamas Ltd ULTR 0 0 0 1,614
Stealthgas Inc. GASS 0 0 0 758
Tsakos Energy Navigation Ltd TNP 294 530 -101 1
Teekay Tankers Ltd. TNK 273 756 -53 1,239
Dynagas Lng Partners Lp DLNG 79 139 17 1
Dorian Lpg Ltd. LPG 431 146 -34 50
Navigator Holdings Ltd. NVGS 609 310 -6 37
Sino-global Shipping America, Ltd. SINO 10 20 2 20
Ardmore Shipping Corp ASC 223 345 -24 802
Overseas Shipholding Group Inc OSG 183 383 54 890
Genco Shipping & Trading Ltd GNK 300 248 -99 1,530
Navios Maritime Holdings Inc. NM 533 463 -165 491
Navios Maritime Partners L.p. NMM 0 231 -13 1
Safe Bulkers, Inc. SB 0 0 0 692
Freeseas Inc. FREE 0 0 0 1
Newlead Holdings Ltd. NEWL 0 0 0 40
Paragon Shipping Inc. PRGN 0 0 0 2
Caspian Services Inc CSSV 0 26 10 400
Euroseas Ltd. ESEA 8 43 -6 6
International Shipholding Corp ISH 0 0 0 458
Pangaea Logistics Solutions Ltd. PANL 147 380 15 408
Scorpio Bulkers Inc. SALT 336 243 -13 4
Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc. EGLE 366 270 -33 900
Star Bulk Carriers Corp. SBLK 611 652 58 150
Velt International Group Inc. ACUG 15 1 0 4
Apache Corp APA 13,774 6,313 1,442 4,950
Devon Energy Corp DVN 17,393 14,212 346 6,600
XTO Energy Inc. XTO 0 0 0 0
Eog Resources Inc EOG 60,216 12,279 3,193 3,000
Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. BR 13,636 4,355 408 0
Exxon Mobil Corp XOM 346,105 246,512 20,541 75,300
Anadarko Petroleum Corp APC 33,309 11,186 238 6,100
Conocophillips COP 78 33,774 -492 19,100
EL PASO CORP EP 0 0 0 0
Marathon Oil Corp MRO 15,012 5,426 -410 3,359
Occidental Petroleum Corp OXY 47,575 13,314 1,902 11,700
Williams Companies Inc WMB 23,511 8,131 2,210 6,742
PEOPLES ENERGY CORPORATION PGL 0 0 0 0
Denbury Resources Inc. DNR 998 1,208 181 1,523
Chevron Corp CVX 229,318 146,065 10,229 64,700
Murphy Oil Corp MUR 4,778 2,146 -202 1,712
Range Resources Corp RRC 2,405 3,283 -1,746 990
Questar Gas Co STR 0 957 74 1,745
Eqt Corp EQT 3,145 3,447 438 1,750
Pioneer Natural Resources Co PXD 29,935 6,137 1,074 4,075
Cabot Oil & Gas Corp COG 11,301 2,188 557 691
Noble Energy Inc NBL 9,868 8,701 978 2,527
Southwestern Energy Co SWN 2,381 3,396 737 2,781
Chesapeake Energy Corporation CHK 3,064 9,709 2,401 5,500
Loews Corp L 15,467 14,406 1,333 17,510
Hess Corp HES 20,384 5,520 -3,710 3,045
Oneok Inc OKE 28,498 12,526 673 2,269
Newfield Exploration Co NFX 3,414 1,930 366 1,331
Qep Resources, Inc. QEP 1,903 1,944 -136 765
Fluor Corp FLR 5,751 19,509 175 37,508
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc JEC 10,994 11,854 237 60,000
Quanta Services Inc PWR 6,304 9,706 308 24,600
Aecom ACM 5,230 19,120 257 92,000
Emcor Group Inc EME 4,591 8,131 284 27,000
Matrix Service Co MTRX 529 1,745 2 4,826
Crane Co CR 5,384 2,912 178 11,300
Dover Corp DOV 14,365 6,795 545 27,000
Eaton Corp Plc ETN 37,637 20,807 3,041 102,000
Emerson Electric Co EMR 45,987 12,499 1,393 103,500
Genuine Parts Co GPC 15,469 18,886 794 39,000
Itt Inc. ITT 5,571 2,649 169 9,400
Johnson Controls International Plc JCI 34,248 30,729 2,310 139,000
Parker Hannifin Corp PH 25,744 13,981 1,001 54,750
Textron Inc TXT 14,200 14,523 466 34,000
Tyco International Plc TYC 0 0 0 57,000
BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC. BRK 0 0 0 316,000
Pentair Plc PNR 6,826 4,538 459 28,400
Honeywell International Inc. HON 124,682 40,294 6,813 131,000
Tat Technologies Ltd TATT 0 0 0 507
Flowserve Corp FLS 6,240 3,714 1 18,000
Chicago Bridge & Iron Co N V CBI 1,878 11,185 523 54,000
Kbr, Inc. KBR 3,054 4,913 310 25,000
Hill International, Inc. HIL 142 516 -34 4,558
Willdan Group, Inc. WLDN 370 260 12 637
Tutor Perini Corp TPC 983 4,668 130 10,626
Argan Inc AGX 785 564 61 862
Idex Corp IEX 12,007 2,407 384 6,801
Xylem Inc. XYL 15,002 5,207 549 12,700
Hillenbrand, Inc. HI 2,712 1,688 70 6,000
Hollysys Automation Technologies, Ltd. HOLI 1,267 432 69 3,600
Geo Point Resources, Inc. GCNG 0 0 0 0
Geo Point Resources, Inc. GPRI 0 0 -5 1
Pernix Group, Inc. PRXG 0 0 0 475
Sterling Construction Co Inc STRL 372 1,027 21 1,565
Badger Meter Inc BMI 1,631 415 29 1,514
Babcock & Wilcox Co BWC 0 4,093 412 5,300
Bwx Technologies, Inc. BWXT 5,216 1,717 159 5,300
Receivable Acquisition & Management Corp RCVA 0 0 0 4
Ace Ltd ACE 0 28,994 3,758 20,000
American International Group Inc AIG 42,599 48,600 -6,318 65,000
Aon Plc AON 43,828 10,707 1,568 69,000
Cigna Corporation CI 36,649 42,611 2,556 37,200
Marsh & Mclennan Companies, Inc. MMC 52,296 21,494 1,385 57,000
Safeco Corporation SAFC 0 0 0 0
Unum Group UNM 8,134 11,380 1,038 9,500
Regions Financial Corp RF 17,400 5,622 1,312 23,723
Chubb Ltd CB 65,230 32,564 3,850 10,200
Xl Group Ltd XL 15,041 11,388 -543 4,663
Countrywide Financial Corporation CFC 0 0 0 0
Genworth Financial Inc GNW 1,885 8,239 876 5,300
Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings Inc AAWW 1,299 2,271 234 1,724
Capital Financial Holdings, Inc CPFH 1 15 0 20
Partnerre Ltd. PRE 0 5,590 -86 1,035
Reinsurance Group Of America Inc RGA 9,997 12,681 1,777 2,201
Amerinst Insurance Group Ltd AIGT 0 15 0 22
Gallagher Arthur J & Co AJG 14,872 6,585 717 21,500
Brown & Brown, Inc. BRO 8,633 2,014 344 7,807
Cninsure Inc. CISG 0 0 0 4,288
Crawford & Co CRDA 267 1,175 28 8,941
Erie Indemnity Co ERIE 9,488 6,271 1,048 4,800
Willis Towers Watson Plc. WSH 0 8,175 461 23,700
Argo Group International Holdings, Ltd. AGII 2,751 3,631 56 1,313
Corvel Corp CRVL 1,289 571 39 3,508
Arch Capital Group Ltd. ACGL 4,531 5,592 522 2,030
Medixall Group, Inc. CRCX 0 0 -3 1
Gatx Corporation GMT 0 1,366 521 2,213
Usd Partners Lp USDP 292 113 23 1
Rand Logistics, Inc. RLOG 1 -50 -5 515
Amerisafe Inc AMSF 1,131 377 50 449
Southwest Airlines Co LUV 30,212 21,230 3,587 45,861
Delta Air Lines Inc DAL 38,958 44,942 4,118 80,000
United Continental Holdings, Inc. UAL 23,649 41,860 2,274 84,000
Alta Mesa Resources, Inc. AMR 0 18,118 -859 0
Baltia Air Lines Inc BLTA 0 0 0 65
Great Lakes Aviation Ltd GLUX 0 0 0 442
American Airlines Group Inc. AAL 15,876 44,541 1,412 113,300
Allegiant Travel Co ALGT 2,085 1,553 208 2,411
Alaska Air Group, Inc. ALK 7,624 8,016 939 13,952
Skywest Inc SKYW 3,142 3,222 448 9,642
Jetblue Airways Corp JBLU 5,884 10,882 168 15,500
Republic Airways Holdings Inc RJET 0 0 0 5,935
Spirit Airlines, Inc. SAVE 4,181 1,654 177 4,219
Hawaiian Holdings Inc HA 1,550 2,787 355 5,380
Virgin America Inc. VA 0 0 0 2,965
Employers Holdings, Inc. EIG 1,378 800 141 716
Enstar Group Ltd ESGR 3,455 945 219 1,327
Essent Group Ltd. ESNT 4,417 616 424 366
American Financial Group Inc AFA 2,292 6,908 463 6,500
Aspen Insurance Holdings Ltd AHL 2,586 2,653 -332 1,121
Allied World Assurance Co Holdings, Ag AWH 1,677 2,122 157 1,433
Axis Capital Holdings Ltd AXS 4,771 4,843 -316 1,225
Blue Capital Reinsurance Holdings Ltd. BCRH 61 47 -43 1
Emc Insurance Group Inc. EMCI 692 668 32 1
Endurance Specialty Holdings Ltd. ENH 0 2,539 283 1,154
Global Indemnity Ltd GBLI 430 481 -16 460
Greenlight Capital Re, Ltd. GLRE 390 245 -311 30
Maiden Holdings, Ltd. MHLD 58 2,897 -174 204
Markel Corp MKL 10,469 6,841 -130 10,600
Oxbridge Re Holdings Ltd OXBR 7 22 -22 2
Everest Re Group Ltd RE 9,427 2,682 -3 1,207
Renaissancere Holdings Ltd. RNR 6,110 2,050 -395 376
Rli Corp RLI 3,524 818 64 902
Third Point Reinsurance Ltd. TPRE 1,105 813 150 26
Validus Holdings Ltd VR 5,393 2,817 -478 876
Alleghany Corp Y 10,054 6,477 122 3,135
Assured Guaranty Ltd AGO 5,456 1,505 610 300
Accuride Corp ACW 0 0 0 2,290
Meritor Inc MTOR 2,184 4,459 261 8,400
American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc AXL 1,825 7,075 349 13,050
Dana Corporation DCN 0 0 0 0
Dana Inc DAN 3,002 8,471 238 22,600
Borgwarner Inc. BWA 25,408 7,437 651 30,000
China Automotive Systems Inc CAAS 92 514 -21 4,230
Cooper-standard Holdings Inc. CPS 1,091 3,683 153 29,000
Fuel Systems Solutions, Inc. FSYS 0 0 0 1,300
Greenkraft, Inc. GKIT 4 1 0 18
Horizon Global Corp HZN 68 907 -52 2,700
Sorl Auto Parts Inc SORL 62 424 29 3,070
Superior Industries International Inc SUP 906 1,320 1 3,050
Allison Transmission Holdings Inc ALSN 6,750 2,426 572 2,700
Gentherm Inc THRM 1,489 1,038 42 10,098
Enerpulse Technologies, Inc. ENPT 0 0 0 8
Curaegis Technologies, Inc. TOVC 0 0 0 13
Wabco Holdings Inc. WBC 8,340 2,721 662 12,429
Tetra Tech Inc TTEK 3,584 2,110 139 13,000
Omnitek Engineering Corp. OMTK 2 1 -1 11
Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc. WMS 1,565 1,330 65 4,615
Titan International Inc TWI 426 1,602 13 600
Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings, Inc. CCO 1,890 2,591 -628 0
Minerals Technologies Inc MTX 2,254 1,702 205 3,583
Circor International Inc CIR 728 792 -10 2,400
Franklin Electric Co Inc FELE 2,427 1,200 84 5,200
Global Power Equipment Group Inc. GLPW 55 159 -39 1,449
Mcdermott International Inc MDR 1,428 6,705 -2,678 12,400
Mueller Water Products, Inc. MWA 1,752 871 109 3,900
Nf Energy Saving Corp NFEC 50 8 -2 220
Enpro Industries, Inc NPO 1,557 1,383 546 5,000
Sun Hydraulics Corporation SNHY 1,516 359 33 1,100
Watts Water Technologies Inc WTS 2,949 1,488 80 4,800
Altex Industries Inc ALTX 1 0 0 1
Amazing Energy Oil & Gas, Co. AMAZ 19 0 -5 6
Antero Resources Corp AR 2,564 3,687 453 528
Arete Industries Inc ARET 1 1 -4 1
Approach Resources Inc AREX 35 108 21 100
Abraxas Petroleum Corp AXAS 236 108 13 109
Bill Barrett Corporation BBG 231 567 -126 111
Breitburn Energy Partners L.p. BBEP 0 635 -44 671
Petrolia Energy Corp BBLS 8 0 -3 7
Bonanza Creek Energy, Inc. BCEI 467 -9 102 231
Bakken Resources Inc BKKN 4 2 -1 1
Freedom Holding Corp. BMBM 5 49 4 310
Barnwell Industries Inc BRN 11 9 -1 29
Breezer Ventures Inc. BRZV 0 0 0 1
Black Stone Minerals, L.p. BSM 1,870 420 138 7
Centennial Resource Development, Inc. CDEV 2,726 585 144 57
Cardinal Energy Group, Inc. CEGX 0 -1 -5 4
Cobalt International Energy, Inc. CIE 155 44 -589 111
Citadel Exploration, Inc. COIL 5 1 -3 3
Callon Petroleum Co CPE 1,643 413 129 121
Chaparral Energy, Inc. CPR 0 270 765 343
Carbon Natural Gas Co CRBO 72 22 8 55
California Resources Corp CRC 1,071 2,025 -305 1,450
Carrizo Oil & Gas Inc CRZO 984 820 67 227
Comstock Resources Inc CRK 99 274 -130 117
Concho Resources Inc CXO 17,502 2,921 1,141 1,085
Daybreak Oil & Gas, Inc. DBRM 1 1 -2 6
Discovery Energy Corp. DENR 41 0 3 1
Dorchester Minerals, L.p. DMLP 618 99 41 24
Encana Corp ECA 7,024 4,459 547 2,200
Eclipse Resources Corp ECR 343 392 -21 138
Energen Corp EGN 7,055 1,076 392 390
Vaalco Energy Inc EGY 147 83 14 104
Empire Petroleum Corporation EMPR 3 0 -1 1
Ageagle Aerial Systems Inc. ENRJ 1 1 6 10
Ep Energy Llc EPE 76 1,025 -138 502
Evolution Petroleum Corp EPM 228 39 17 5
Erin Energy Corp. ERN 351 94 -190 74
Earthstone Energy Inc ESTE 201 134 -33 48
Ev Energy Partners, Lp EVEP 6 237 -99 7
Enxnet Inc EXNT 1 0 0 1
Energy Xxi Gulf Coast, Inc. EXXI 129 482 -309 237
Diamondback Energy, Inc. FANG 10,596 3,233 554 158
Fieldpoint Petroleum Corp FPP 2 2 -3 3
New Concept Energy, Inc. GBR 4 1 -3 41
Goodrich Petroleum Corp GDP 162 49 -8 43
Gulfport Energy Corp GPOR 1,210 1,313 371 241
Gulfslope Energy, Inc. GSPE 52 0 -3 7
Gastar Exploration Inc. GST 12 79 -53 45
Gran Tierra Energy Inc. GTE 1,103 616 103 387
Hyperdynamics Corp HDYN 1 0 -20 16
Halcon Resources Corp HK 214 292 297 245
Houston American Energy Corp HUSA 15 1 -2 3
Infinity Energy Resources, Inc IFNY 1 0 0 2
Isramco Inc ISRL 321 69 -24 170
Jones Energy, Inc. JONE 13 205 -204 90
Kosmos Energy Ltd. KOS 2,702 612 -244 270
Legacy Reserves Lp LGCY 33 612 -6 328
Lilis Energy, Inc. LLEX 86 73 -64 19
Lonestar Resources Us Inc. LONE 101 113 -63 44
Laredo Petroleum, Inc. LPI 751 893 567 324
Laredo Oil, Inc. LRDC 3 9 0 70
Mid-con Energy Partners, Lp MCEP 24 50 -41 1
Contango Oil & Gas Company MCF 78 89 -18 67
Amplify Energy Corp MEMP 0 305 -519 289
Midstates Petroleum Company, Inc. MPO 286 213 -99 124
Matador Resources Co MTDR 2,278 601 145 165
Mexco Energy Corp MXC 10 3 0 3
New Century Resources Corp NCRC 0 0 0 1
Northern Minerals & Exploration Ltd. NMEX 5 0 -1 1
Northern Oil & Gas, Inc. NOG 171 210 -23 19
Oasis Petroleum Inc. OAS 1,925 1,522 107 477
Viva Entertainment Group Inc. OTTV 358 0 12 4
Pdc Energy, Inc. PDCE 2,915 922 -128 395
Parsley Energy, Inc. PE 5,573 1,200 191 298
Pedevco Corp PED 19 3 -36 6
Panhandle Oil & Gas Inc PHX 1,033 45 15 21
Park Place Energy Inc. PKPL 10 4 -2 1
Primeenergy Resources Corp PNRG 492 118 15 155
Petroquest Energy Inc PQ 15 112 -4 64
Petroshare Corp. PRHR 11 13 -10 7
Petrogas Co PTCO 2 0 0 1
Ring Energy, Inc. REI 298 84 6 30
Resolute Energy Corp REN 681 597 -16 206
Rex Energy Corp REXX 3 218 -137 104
Royale Energy Funds, Inc. ROYL 20 1 -2 11
Rsp Permian, Inc. RSPP 7,572 910 283 115
Sandridge Energy Inc SD 3,935 1,983 -514 509
Silverbow Resources, Inc. SFY 118 195 63 151
Stone Energy Corp SGY 710 378 -383 241
Sm Energy Co SM 1,979 1,526 82 607
Sanchez Energy Corp SN 29 1,051 29 235
Sustainable Projects Group Inc. SPGX 27 0 -1 1
Spindletop Oil & Gas Co. SPND 26 6 0 23
Samson Oil & Gas Ltd SSN 1,172 10 -6 12
Src Energy Inc. SYRG 0 465 188 96
Transatlantic Petroleum Ltd. TAT 41 57 -37 169
Tengasco Inc TGC 11 5 1 14
Tiger Oil & Energy, Inc. TGRO 0 0 -2 2
Torchlight Energy Resources Inc TRCH 109 1 -1 4
Uniti Group Inc. UNIT 2,080 993 27 0
Ultra Petroleum Corp. UPL 91 908 314 166
Us Energy Corp USEG 8 6 0 2
Premier Product Group, Inc. VHMC 0 0 -1 2
Viper Energy Partners Lp VNOM 3,754 402 134 1
Vanguard Natural Resources, Inc. VNR 0 460 -44 357
Victory Energy Corp VYEY 5 0 -20 2
Whiting Petroleum Corp WLL 2,505 1,625 -1,136 850
Wpx Energy, Inc. WPX 5,875 1,249 -223 650
Wildhorse Resource Development Corporation WRD 1,684 592 -86 85
W&t Offshore Inc WTI 938 497 83 302
West Texas Resources, Inc. WTXR 3 0 0 1
Exco Resources Inc XCO 15 298 -195 183
Cimarex Energy Co XEC 6,588 2,038 550 925
Extraction Oil & Gas, Inc. XOG 882 845 -105 161
Yuma Energy, Inc. YUMA 4 24 -13 30
Zion Oil & Gas Inc ZN 40 0 -13 23
Camber Energy, Inc. CEI 3 8 -25 10
Echo Global Logistics, Inc. ECHO 707 2,440 29 2,350
Par Pacific Holdings, Inc. PARR 868 2,603 60 863
Radiant Logistics, Inc RLGT 357 810 5 758
Rosehill Resources Inc. ROSE 26 31 388 4
Roadrunner Transportation Systems, Inc. RRTS 383 2,210 -124 4,645
Reserve Petroleum Co RSRV 32 7 0 8
Atlas Growth Partners, L.p. AGP 0 10 -43 389
Calumet Specialty Products Partners, L.p. CLMT 283 3,785 -102 2,000
Imperial Oil Ltd IMO 24,502 28,345 552 5,600
Rice Energy Operating Llc RICE 6,408 1,441 21 467
Trecora Resources TREC 242 261 19 310
Deep Down, Inc. DPDW 10 16 -5 59
Fortem Resources Inc. FTMR 225 0 -1 2
Nuverra Environmental Solutions, Inc. HEK 0 407 -37 791
Nuverra Environmental Solutions, Inc. NES 102 125 -73 0
Alpha Energy Inc ALPHA 0 0 0 4
Schneider National, Inc. SNDR 3,831 4,677 303 19,600
Telkonet Inc TKOI 19 8 -3 49
SUBTOTAL 2,207,306 1,625,534 98,712 3,004,391


             
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