The NBJ Index made an impressive showing through the first three quarters of 2005, up 18.6% compared to a relatively flat performance by the major indices. However, it must be noted that the three highest NBJ Index companies in share value— Whole Foods Market ($135/share), USANA ($48) and Hansen ($47), with 2005 gains of 41%, 39% and 29%, respectively—now account for 40% of the share value of the entire NBJ Index of 36 companies (excluding conglomerates). So while decliners led gainers 20 to
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