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52-Week Low

The lowest 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 low in order to determine its recent performance as well to help gauge whether it has become overvalued or undervalued.
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After news of the recapitalization and the changes in liability structure were announced Tuesday morning, The Mills' stock rebounded sharply from the 52 week low of $12.
Shares of Wireless fell as much as, 30% and reached at one point on August 5, 2004, its 52 week low of $4.
We believe the stock is a much better buy today at $15 per share than it was when it was at its 52 week low of $9 and change.
65 per share on May 15, 2002, the date Dynegy announced the cancellation of the Project Alpha tax benefit and the restatement of its net income, and closing at a 52 week low of $6.
The Company is currently trading very close to its 52 week low representing a valuation that, in our opinion, does not properly reflect the Company's historical and projected revenue and earnings growth, with estimated 2002 sales reaching $26.
00, although it is trading close to its 52 week low CRG feels the company has plenty of potential.
com slumps 20 percent to a 52 week low as a Lehman Brothers Analyst says the e-tailing giant has a weak balance sheet, poor working capital management, and financial characteristics that could lead to disaster.
The price of Adams Golf stock reached $16 per share soon after the July 10, 1998 IPO, rose to 18 7/8 later that month, and then fell to a 52 week low of 2 11/16 this month.
All of this coupled with the fact that the company appears to be rebounding off a 52 week low makes it highly attractive.
Thomas, company President & CEO, stated that the action is being taken due to the fact that the present share price is approaching the stocks 52 week low.
With help from last weeks rebound, and tempted and seduced by some 52 week lows (or less) on many stocks, many investors jumped back into the market place yesterday.