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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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Here is a list of stocks that set new 52-week highs as of 10am on Thursday:
* AT&T (NYSE:T) was the largest company by market cap to set a new 52-week high.
It then rallied to 52-week highs of almost $30 by early-July, before losing two-thirds of its market cap and falling to 52-week lows of $9.88 in late-December.
Named after the famed German zeppelin that burned and crash over New Jersey in 1937, the Hindenburg omen occurs when an unusually high number of companies in the New York Stock Exchange reach 52-week highs and lows.
It's important to note that stocks of retail REITs have been trading at or below their 52-week highs. And into beginning of the second half, shares of retail REITs have been maintaining their price momentum.
Before 10 am on Wednesday, 162 companies set new 52-week highs.
The bullish interest comes the week after shares took a stab at $36, to within striking distance of August 2018 52-week highs of $36.14.
Before 10 am Thursday, 89 stocks hit new 52-week highs.
The stock up 37% from mid-October 52-week lows, but still a far cry from 52-week highs north of $6 February last year.
During the first half-hour of trading on Wednesday, the following stocks set new 52-week highs:
A total of 48K calls and 21K puts trade in the name and 30-day implied volatility dropped .5% to 64 after setting 52-week highs earlier today.
The following stocks set new 52-week highs as of 10am on Tuesday: