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Derivatives

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Sula Vineyards IPO

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Mutual Funds

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Why Fundamental Analysis Is Important

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52 week low A stock’s 52-week low is the lowest price a stock has traded in the previous year. This price is used by traders and investors to help them understand the stock’s current value as well as how markets and price trends work. 52 week high The 52-week high of a stock is the highest price at which it has traded in the previous year. This price is used by traders and investors to help them understand the current value of the stock as well as how markets and price trends work.