What do open, high and low mean?
Written by Chanel
Updated over a week ago

Open, High and Low refer to the price of a stock at specific points in the trading day.

  • Open: indicates what the stock was worth when the market opened for trade that day.

  • High: shows the highest value the stock reached during that trading session.

  • Low: refers to the lowest value reached during that trading session.

Just a little below this information on each share, you’ll notice figures for a 52 week High and a 52 week Low; these simply indicate the highest and lowest prices, annually.

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