What is a stock's 52-week high and low?

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by lucienne , in category: Stocks and Equities , 10 months ago

What is a stock's 52-week high and low?

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by heather , 10 months ago

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A stock's 52-week high and low refer to the highest and lowest prices at which a particular stock has traded during the past 52 weeks or one year. This range helps investors and traders track the price volatility and assess the stock's performance over a longer time period. It is often used as a reference point to evaluate whether the current stock price is relatively high or low compared to its historical trading range.