52 Weeks High Low Price | How it Misleads Investors | Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE)

52 Weeks High Low Price | How it Misleads Investors | Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE)
52 Weeks High Low Price | How it Misleads Investors | Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE)

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Topic: 52 Weeks High Low Price | How it Misleads Investors | Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE)

52 Weeks High Low Price is considered as an indicators for choosing potential stocks for investment. Usually, stocks that are trading close to the 52 Weeks Low are considered as good investment choice and stocks that are trading close to the 52 Weeks High are considered as bad investment choice. But from the historic price change of stocks listed in Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), we see that price of many companies’ stock are increasing continuously over the years. In the similar way, we also see that price of many companies’ stock are falling continuously over the years. This happens due to the earnings change of the companies. If a company keeps having good revenue and profit over the years, price of stock should go up over the years and if a company keeps having worse and decreasing revenue and profit over the years, price of stock should go down over the years. So, investing by looking at 52 Weeks High Low Price may be misleading for investors. But 52 Weeks High Low Price can be useful for investors if fundamentals are intact. For example, if profit of a company is growing but due to market imperfection, price fallen toward the 52 Weeks Low then that stock can be considered for investment.

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52 Weeks High Low Price | How it Misleads Investors | Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE)