What Are 52-Week Highs and Lows? Why Do They Matter?

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By TheStreet Staff What Are 52-Week Highs and Lows? Stocks (and other tradable securities) change value constantly as a result of supply and demand, but when they approach certain prices, investors and analysts pay particularly close attention. Two of these important price levels are the 52-week high and the 52-week low. A stock’s 52-week high is the highest price it has closed at over the last year. Similarly, its 52-week low is the lowest price it has closed at within the last year. Together, these two prices act like upper and lower bookends that define the price range within which a stock …

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