As the name implies, a 52-Week High-Low is the highest and lowest price a stock, bond, or security has reached in 1 year. It’s a good indicator of a market trend. The price could be stable or wildly different. This could be an indication of a risky stock, poor earnings, or a sector issue. 52-Week High-Low and 52-Week High/Low are the same thing.
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