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## Comments

If you can find a list of the Russell symbols in Excel format (I couldn't, just pdfs), you could divide it up into 5 files of 400 each (or four of 500) and make 5 (or 4) lists. Then write a scan with an "or" statement that includes those lists. A bit of work but it should be possible.

On the other hand, if you run a scan for SCTR.small < 50, and then another for SCTR.small > 49, you get total hits of 1944. That's pretty close to 2000, so if you just use SCTR.small you should get pretty similar results to using Russell 2K, if SC had such a group.