52-Week High

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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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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.
The criteria are; 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.
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.