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Open High refers to the strike prices of a stock that started the day higher than it did the day before.

Open Low refers to the strike prices of a stock that opened below where it closed the prior day.

A stock’s price will grow as a result of higher demand if there are more buyers than sellers—that is if there are more buyers than sellers—of the stock. On the other side, a stock’s price will drop if more individuals are selling it than are buying it.


Analysis→ Open High Open Low

Why do we need it?
These prices will help us determine our trading and investing plan. These are extremely critical in analyzing the performance of a stock or any asset.



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