52 Week Low

  • NSE
  • BSE

The 52-week low is the lowest price a share was traded at during the past 52 weeks. Here is a comprehensive list of all the stocks that hit their 52-week low on the NSE and the BSE today.

Frequently Asked Questions

What to check before investing in a stock near its 52-week low?

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It is important to check the reason for the stock’s price decline, the company’s fundamentals and its growth prospects before you invest in a 52-week low stock.

What are the reasons for shares reaching their 52-week lows?

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Typically, stocks hit their 52-week low points because of financial underperformance, poor quarterly earnings, negative events like lawsuits or an overall bearish sentiment in the market. 

Is it a good idea to invest in a 52-week low stock?

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If it is a fundamentally good stock, investing in it may be an effective strategy. However, the technique may be risky if the stock price falls further. 

How often should traders check the 52-week low?

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Generally, weekly or monthly monitoring may be sufficient. For more active traders, daily checks may be more suitable. 

Are there any risks in buying a 52-week low share?

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The main risk in buying such a stock is that its price may continue to fall, leading to losses for the investor. 

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