Price

120‑Day Average Adjusted Price (Premium Library)

Unit: Dollars

The Average Adjusted Price of the stock evaluated over the last 120-day period.

120‑Day Avg Price (Premium Library)

Unit: Dollars

The average split-adjusted price over the last 120 days.

20‑Day Avg Price

Unit: Dollars

The average split-adjusted price over the last 20 days.

200‑Day Avg Price

Unit: Dollars

The average split-adjusted price over the last 200 trading days.

5‑Year Price Range

Unit: Current Percent of Range

The 5-year high and low price compared to the current price. This metric is graphical.
This metric is updated live when markets are open.

50‑Day Avg Price

Unit: Dollars

The average split-adjusted price over the last 50 trading days.

52‑wk High

Unit: Dollars

The stock’s highest split-adjusted intraday price in the last 52-week period.

52‑wk Low

Unit: Dollars

The stock’s lowest split-adjusted intraday price in the last 52-week period.

52‑wk Range

Unit: Current Percent of Range

The 52-week high and low price compared to the current price. This metric is graphical.
This metric is updated live when markets are open.

52‑wk High Date

Unit: Calendar Date

The date on which the stock hit its 52-week high.

52‑wk Low Date

Unit: Calendar Date

The date on which the stock hit its 52-week low.

Beta 1‑Year

Unit: Number

Beta 1-Year measures risk by tracking how much a stock’s price moved relative to the market over the past year. A value of 1 means it moved with the market, a value of 2 means it moved up and down with the market but twice as much, and a value of .5 means it moved up and down half as much as the market did.

Negative values are uncommon but a value of -1 for example would mean that the stock moved equal but opposite to the market.

Beta 3‑Year

Unit: Number

Beta 3-Year measures risk by tracking how much a stock’s price moved relative to the market over the past 3 years. A value of 1 means it moved with the market, a value of 2 means it moved up and down with the market but twice as much, and a value of .5 means it moved up and down half as much as the market did.

Negative values are uncommon but a value of -1 for example would mean that the stock moved equal but opposite to the market.

Daily Price Range

Unit: Current Percent of Range

The daily high and low price compared to the current price. This metric is graphical.
This metric is updated live when markets are open.

Days Since 52‑Week high (Premium)

Unit: Number

The number of calendar days since the 52 week high occurred.

Days Since 52‑Week low (Premium)

Unit: Number

The number of calendar days since the 52 week low occurred.

Last Close

Unit: Dollars

The prior day’s closing price. This value is updated just before the market opens.

Last Trade Time

Unit: Calendar Date

The last time this equity was traded on its exchange.
This metric is updated live when markets are open.

Open

Unit: Dollars

The most recent opening trade price of the stock.
This metric is updated live when markets are open.

Previous Closing Price

Unit: Dollars

The previous closing price, or next-to-last closing price of the stock.

Previous Day Price Change (%) (Premium)

Unit: Percentage

The price change percent in the previous trading day

Price

Unit: Dollars

The last trade price of the stock. Depending on the time of day this is either the intraday price or the last close price.
This metric is updated live when markets are open.

Price Change ($)

Unit: Dollars

The price change in dollars from the last close, see Return (1 Day) for related % change.
This metric is updated live when markets are open.

Price Change (%)

Unit: Percentage

The price change percent from the last close, synonomous with the 1-Day Return column.
This metric is updated live when markets are open.

Price to Target Buy (%)

Unit: Percentage

The percentage change needed for the holding to hit its target price.
This metric is updated live when markets are open.

Price to Target Sell (%)

Unit: Percentage

The percentage change needed for the holding to hit its target price.
This metric is updated live when markets are open.

Price vs 5‑Year High (%) (Premium)

Unit: Percentage

The current price as a percent of the 5-year high price shows assets that have had a large drawdown from their prior highs. Some research shows that stocks with large drawdowns go on to outperform the market in future years.

Price vs 52‑wk High (%)

Unit: Percentage

The current price as a percent of the last 52-week high price. When this is above 100 a new 52-week high is being reached.
This metric is updated live when markets are open.

Price vs 52‑wk Low (%)

Unit: Percentage

The current price as a percent of the last 52-week low price. When this is below 100 a new 52-week low is being reached.
This metric is updated live when markets are open.

Target Buy Price

Unit: Dollars

A user-defined price at which you think the stock is fully valued.

Target Sell Price

Unit: Dollars

A user-defined price at which you think the stock is fully valued.

Volatility 1‑Year

Unit: Number

This risk measurement shows how dramatically daily prices changed over the past year. Volatile stocks have values greater than .4 and more chance of big gains and losses.

Volatility 1‑Year Percentile

Unit: Number

The Volatility 1-Year percentile rank over all symbols tracked in Stock Rover. A value of 0 indicates the least risky investment and 99 means the price change is extremely volatile.

Volatility 3‑Year

Unit: Number

This risk measurement shows how dramatically daily prices changed over the past three years. Volatile stocks have values greater than one and more chance of big gains and losses.

Volatility 3‑Year Percentile

Unit: Number

The Volatility 3-Year percentile rank over all symbols tracked in Stock Rover. A value of 0 indicates the least risky investment and 99 means the price change is extremely volatile.

Volume

Unit: Number

The number of shares traded. Depending on the time of day, this will either show the intraday total or the prior day’s total.
This metric is updated live when markets are open.