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Stock Prices Lookup History

Lookup current or historic stock prices for all publicly traded stocks. In the United States, a share must be priced at $1 or more to be covered by NASDAQ. If the share price falls below that level the stock is "delisted", and becomes an OTC (over the counter stock). A stock must have a price of $1 or more for 10 consecutive trading days during each month to remain listed. Below you can find stock prices lookup history and lookup the biggest gainers and losers. You can also visit the main stock prices pages for more detailed stock priceslookup history.

Lookup Stocks Historic Prices

On this page you can lookup stocks pricing history and spot this week's biggest losers and gainers. A corporation can adjust its stock price by a stock split, substituting a quantity of shares at one price for a different number of shares at an adjusted price where the value of shares x price remains equivalent. Many major firms like to keep their price in the $25 to $75 price range.In economics and financial theory, analysts use random walk techniques to model behavior of asset prices, in particular share prices on stock markets, currency exchange rates and commodity prices. This practice has its basis in the presumption that investors act rationally and without bias, and that at any moment they estimate the value of an asset based on future expectations. Under these conditions, all existing information affects the price, which changes only when new information comes out. By definition, new information appears randomly and influences the asset price randomly. Technical stock analysisuses most of the anomalies to extract information on future price movements from historical data. Use the Stocknod research center to lookup stock prices history and find the biggest losers and gainers. Value Stock Picksand Momentum Stock Picksare specifically designed stocks based around stock prices also known as swing trading.