New Lows

What is the definition of New Lows?

This shows stocks that are trading at their lowest price over the last 52 weeks (12 months). Academic research suggests that stocks at or close to their 52 week lows tend to outperform.


Stockopedia explains New Lows...

The 52 week low lists are common hunting grounds for bargain and value investors. Behavioural finance has shown that investors tend to over-react on bad news, providing opportunities for investors with a greater tolerance for uncertainty. The 52 week low is a metric which was extensively used by famous value investor and bargain hunter, Walter Schloss.

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