A stock's 52 week high and low refer to the highest and lowest prices at which the stock has traded over the past 52 weeks. These extremes can provide valuable information for investors and traders as they can help to identify trends and potential buying or selling opportunities.
One important technical indicator that is derived from a stock's 52 week high and low is the 52 week range. This is the difference between the stock's 52 week high and low, and it can provide insight into the stock's volatility and trend. A stock with a wide 52 week range may be more volatile and prone to significant price swings, while a stock with a narrow 52 week range may be less volatile and more stable.
New 52 Week High alerts are triggered when a stock's price exceeds the previous 52 week high set.
New 52 Week low alerts are triggered when a stock's price falls below the previous 52 week low set.
Percent Change From 52 Week High alerts are triggered when a stock's price moves by a certain percentage from the current 52 week high.
Percent Change From 52 Week low alerts are triggered when a stock's price moves by a certain percentage from the current 52 week low.
With Stock Alarm you can set 52 week high and 52 week low alerts on stocks, etfs, crypto, indices, commodities, and more. When your alert triggers you will receive a notification via push notification, email, phone call, or text message.
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