200 day Moving Average

The 200 Day Moving Average is a long term moving average that helps determine the overall health of a stock. A 200 Day moving average is calculated by taking the closing prices for the last 200 days of any security, summing them together and dividing by 200.

Stockopedia explains Moving Average

A stock that is trading below its 200 Day Moving Average is considered to be in a long term downtrend, whereas a stock that is trading above its 200 Day Moving Average is in a long term uptrend. This metric is calculated in the same units and currency as the Quote price for each instrument.

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The 5 highest Moving Average Stocks in the Market

TickerNameMoving AverageStockRank™
KRX:207940Samsung Biologics Co779,820.0025
TYO:3287Hoshino Resorts Reit682,115.0027
KRX:003240Taekwang Industrial Co678,275.0038
KRX:006400Samsung SDI Co674,230.0026
KRX:051910LG Chem667,172.5027