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Near 52 Weeks High Stocks

by srpatterson on Tuesday, October 1, 2013 10:36 AM
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Near 52 Weeks High Stocks

A company's stock, which has been consistently high over a period of time is what investors prefer. The stock price is a good indicator of how popular a stock is and also how well the company is performing. The near 52 weeks high is a dependable indicator that helps those investing in stocks know their present value and predict future market trends. The highest price a stock traded in during a 52 week period is termed as a 52 week high, and the lowest at which it traded is called a 52 week low. When the price of a stock nears a 52 week high or a 52 week low, investors either buy or sell the stock.

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BorgWarner Inc. (BWA) Rallies with Market

by srpatterson on Tuesday, September 14, 2010 7:41 AM

BorgWarner Inc. (BWA) Rallies with Market

BorgWarner is an Auburn Hills Michigan power train manufacturer that has had recent gains in earnings and sales with the stock close to reaching a new 52 week high just yesterday. A member of the S&P 400 Mid Cap Index, the company has beat earnings estimates its past four quarters and expects sales to increase 34% this year. Analyst have increased their expectations for the current quarter from 48 cents a share to 59 cents a share over the past 90 days.

   
    
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