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52-Week High

The highest price for a stock or other security over a trailing 52-week period. Investors often compare the current price for a stock to its 52-week high in order to determine its recent performance as well to help gauge whether it has become overvalued or undervalued.
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In other words, he wanted the stocks to be near their highs, but most of all, he was looking for stocks that had been turned back from their recent highs, had consolidated their advances on their trek higher to those highs and were just now starting to make a run at the 52 week high again.
Expressed as Current Price / 52 Week High greater than or equal to .
00 mark in the short term while breaking their 52 week high in the longer term.
The stock is well of it's 52 week high down from 47 currently trading at around 18.
America Online (NYSE:AOL) closed to day up 12 1/8 points to reach a new 52 week high of $144 1/2.
Stock currently trading 65 % Below 52 week high of 12 1/2.
NASDAQ:HLIT) reached new 52 week highs on Jan 23 and Jan 24 as the company heads toward its fourth quarter and year-end reporting date on Wednesday.
What Kevin is looking for is; stocks with 50% or greater EPS growth for the last 2 quarter over quarter periods (Q0 over Q-1 and Q-1 over Q-2), positive EPS surprises for the last 2 quarters, positive EPS Estimate Revisions over the last 4 weeks and that are trading within 20% of their 52 week highs.