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Reading Stock Quotes

Stock Quote Terms

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52-week high This column gives you the highest price that particular stock has reached in the most recent 52-week period
52-week low This column gives you the lowest price that particular stock has reached in the most recent 52-week period
Yield % Rate of return, on a stockholder’s investment. It is figured by dividing the annual dividend by the current price of the stock
P/E Ratio Price to earnings ratio. The P/E is the relationship between a company's earnings and it share price. Calculated by dividing the current price by the earnings per share.
Sales in 100's, also known as volume The total amount of stock traded during the previous day. Multiply amount by 100 for actual total
Stock The symbol representing the name of the company
Dividend Amount of profits paid to stockholders expressed in $
High Highest price paid for the stock during the previous day
Low Lowest price paid for the stock during the previous day
Last or Day Last The last price paid for the stock at the end of the previous day
Change The difference between the last trade and the previous day’s price
Created by: Nrobinson