52-Week High and Low

52-week high and low refer to the highest and lowest trading prices of a stock, options, bonds or other financial instrument over the past 52 weeks, exactly one year. Traders and investors often use the 52-week high and low as a reference point for assessing the current price of a stock and for making trading decisions.

It’s important to note that just like the 52-week high and low, the all-time high and low are historical prices and do not necessarily indicate the future performance of a stock. The stock's current price and future prospects should be evaluated based on a variety of factors, including its financial performance, industry trends, and broader economic conditions.