Price vs. 52 Week Low %

What is the definition of % vs. 52w Low?

This compares the current price to the lowest Price the stock has traded at in the last 12 months expressed as a percentage.

To screen for companies that are within 10% of their 52wk Lw, the criteria would be Price vs. 52 Week Low < 10, rather than greater than 90, i.e. it's a comparison rather than a rank. Here's a sample screen that you can fork.


Stockopedia explains % vs. 52w Low...

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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