Price vs 52w Low

The Price vs. 52 Week Low indicator compares the current price to the lowest price at which the stock has traded at in the last 52 weeks (12 months). It is the Current Price, less the 52 Week Low, divided by the 52 Week Low.

Stockopedia explains Price 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.

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

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The 5 lowest Price vs 52w Low Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name Price vs 52w Low StockRank
HKG:2892 Million Cities Holdings -12.5 89
LON:MPLF Marble Point Loan Financing -7.63 50
LON:GWI Globalworth Real Estate Investments -1.48 52
HKG:1570 Weiye Holdings -1.23 71
LON:FA17 Fair Oaks Income -0.86 83
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